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i, i use the z w. news wire from berlin, a disaster unfolding as catastrophic flooding, chilled at least a 120 people in germany and western europe over a 1000. others are still missing. respirators are searching for survivors in towns buried under the trouble. and also coming up on the show, the security situation in afghanistan is deteriorating as taliban fighters, capitalize on the last stages of the us troop withdrawal. people caught up in the fighting are desperately looking for away out. and the south to down runners who
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travel to japan early to get a head start on their framing for the tokyo olympics. 2 years later. and they are still there. and finally, ready to raise who's ah, hello, i'm claire richardson, a very warm welcome to the show. we begin with the devastating flooding which has killed at least a 120 people in western europe. historic towns have been reduced to rubble in 6 countries. in the netherlands, thousands of fled their homes as dikes overflow, and the prime minister has declared a national disaster. meanwhile, here in germany, more than a 1000 people are still missing near the city of cologne. the disaster is pushing climate change up the political agenda in the run up to september's national election. another mock of these devastating floods. a landslide collapses houses into the mud evacuated residence had already started to
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return home. now many a few dead. in other towns, the cleanup effort has already started invalid poets, time residents peak through what's left of their home. they say they had almost no time to react before raging flood waters hit the town of mars and tv. all of a sudden the water breached the damn all the houses here, the same height. so when the water came up from the cell at lightning speed, we all jumped in our cars and drove up the mountain out of pocket of this often back walker farm. we had to get ourselves to safety hundreds of thousands of houses without power of clean water. the internet has been cut and phone reception is down. fall into years have come from nearby areas, bringing whatever equipment they have to help clear roads and houses. yeah,
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i've been younger come when i arrived here, it was a disaster off the entire road behind me was covered in branches and brick cars all mashed into one up to these heights and you couldn't access the building left and right. and we didn't know what we'd find in the rubble. we were warned that we might come across bodies and that we should let the fire brigade and the police reports. i am. many towns are still cut off some major roads of flooded or broken apart. germany's defense minister had called for the army to make rescue efforts a top priority at the latest share. the shock at the ferocity of the disaster is time to try to get us. it is a tragedy that so many have lost their lives. it leaves me stunned dimensions on the land. many people in our country feel for those who are grieving for their
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loved one was i'd like to express my sympathy to those families and it's my thoughts with in and the authority say overflowing dams could still bass, threatening more homes enforcing residents to stay away. while the weather has cleared in some areas, more rainfall is expected. and in those areas where the water has already gone down, rescuers are searching for survivors. dw reporter k to martyr is on the ground for us in the town of ballpark time. in ryan, linda polite, nate, she spoke to some of those affected by the floods and found that many of the survivors are already traumatized by their experiences. everyone i spoke to today said that they found it really difficult to speak to a journalist. he was here because they said it's kind of pop, no tragedy for them because it's something possible went back home and many told me that they just didn't really even have the was to describe the kind or last that
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they have experience. i spoke to one woman and she told me that the house that got damage was actually her grandmother's house and her grandmother passed away when she was quite young for heart was like the treaty pass, no kind of connection to her grandmother. she lost and she said she always felt her grandmother there in the house when she was visiting. and she said, now she just doesn't really have that connection that to this kind of emotional connection to her grandmother. and one of the organizations providing disaster relief is germany's technical relief agency, the t h w. grandma green from the t h w headquarters in bon told the w. how many people his agency has deployed to provide assistance. because now we have, we have 2000 over, 2000 volunteers that are dedicated to happen, deployed through teach w. and they're, they're out in the, in the main areas essentially that, that, that were effected in north trying to failure and, and in right. and what are you most focusing on?
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especially if there's still a search and rescue operation. as you mentioned earlier, there are some towns that are still cut off. obviously the priority there to get to the people that have yet to be contacted. but at the same time, and especially the larger towns where most of the water has gone, at least from the street, there's a lot of clearing of rubble, steam lighting structures, building pumping on basement room, moving, removing rubble of private, providing just to the infrastructure. and then also looking to provide drinking water. meanwhile, in belgium, at least 20 people have died and another 20 are mis in a flooding, the national, the holiday that would normally be celebrated next week as being scaled back. instead, there will be an official day of morning with the rivers still menacing the residence of pippins to begin the long hard task of cleaning up the
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floods have wrecked home, destroyed cars and ruined live. in this small belgian town, everyone shocked. everyone is crying. everyone is only now seeing the real damage of them on that. most people have had no luck deductible, but they say it's distressing. you were all your life to build something and then even with the water levels receding. the danger remains during an interview with the towns, mayor, a tv cru captured the moment, a house partially collapse. that makes, that is, she's the music eclipse with its residence still inside the such scenes of devastation have unfolded across the country and are set to continue to new de la
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gale. and the extension of the weather related disaster. a national state of emergency was triggered yesterday afternoon. let us your situation is changing minute by minute. it was all right, and in many places it remains extremely critical. as the sift through the wreckage pincers, residents can only hope that the worst is behind them. we can take a look now it from the other stories that are making headlines at this. our supporters and opponents of cuba governments have clashed outside the country. consulate in chile, capital santiago, more than 200 people gathered to protest. the porter is called for an end to the us embargo on the islands nation. it opponents of the government demanded a free cuba police. they one person was arrested brazilian
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presidential year. both the noro has appeared on television from his hospital bed in a cell hollow hospital. also nora was admitted on wednesday for a treatment on an intentional obstruction. the 66 year old president is said to be recovering well. however, no date has been set for him to be discharged. we could have africans, president 0 rama pose. that has called on people not to panic by food, saying there was no shortage of supplies. if he came after days of violence, they claimed more than $200.00 lives and led to brooding of supermarkets and shops . the unrest has been driven by widespread anger over poverty and inequality. and visitors can once again enjoy the panoramic views of paris from the top of the eiffel tower. the tower has reopened. doctor krona virus restrictions and renovation for the site to close for 9 months. but even as tourist trudge up the towers stairs or take the elevator, france is introducing new health restrictions to float the spread of the delta
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variance. and afghan forces have clashed with taliban fighters and an operation to retake a key border crossing with pakistan. the unrest at been bolduc follows weeks of intensifying violence. the taliban capitalizing on the last stages of the u. s. troop withdrawal to launch a series of offences. inheriting a curity situation is stretching government forces to their limits and forcing many people to try to leave the country. desperate and looking for way out. hundreds, gather at this close border crossing between afghanistan and pakistan with whatever they can carry. claire the hood, there's a war going on between the government and the taliban. on the other side, the border is closed. they have to stop fighting and let us go through. so we can go home. that's the best battles between afghan forces and tell
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a band fighters have escalated across the country in recent weeks. there really is challenges to cover this kind of story on friday award winning photo journalist denise should iq was killed, new spin bull dogs crossing. he was embedded with special forces when the military attempted to regain control of the crossing. it's an economic lifeline for southern afghanistan, a crucial artery for exporting firm goods. controlling it would be an economical windfall for the taliban. insurgents, recent attack seem tactical, taking advantage of nato and us troop withdrawal. us president joe biden had made a clear nation building, was not part of the war on terror launch. 20 years ago. he says it's time to leave afghanistan future to its people. russia's foreign minister took a swipe it by calling the mission of failure because we faced the truth as president biden had confirmed americans left because they considered their mission
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accomplished. obviously he tried to present the situation in the best way possible, but everyone understand their mission failed. even as districts topple to the taliban, afghan leader liquid optimism towards peace talks. in doha, they say peace will only come from negotiating table and not the battlefield. and the netherlands is paying its respects to murdered crime journalist petto to freeze mortars, lay flowers, where the prominent reporter with guns down last week. family says he died surrounded by loved ones that hospital and spent his career reopening. cold cases. prime minister michael ruetta says his death is almost impossible to comprehend. defeat was involved in a case against a wanted a drug baron, and 2 suspects have been arrested. let's turn our attention it to some forces now and dozens of protesters have marched against the tokyo olympics with the opening
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ceremony. now just a week away of the concern remained high. despite the organizers banning spectators from venue, several athletes and staff have tested positive for cope at 19. officials are urging fans to stay home and watch the games on television. and despite that excitement is building before the opening ceremony back in 2019 the south through done running team travel to japan to get a climate id and train for their olympic and dream. but 2 years later, they are still there. p w that chris harrington has more on that. the sell sudanese team got a head start when they came to japan. and even though koby 19 put the games on hold for one year, the team never left. the reason why we have to see the mission we came for is never over the past year. the team have immerse
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themselves in japanese culture. they've taken language lessons and are part of the local community, thanks to donations in tax revenue. the teams host city, my boss, he raised $300000.00 us dollars to support the athletes. some of it even came through this vending machine. but being far away from home, this challenging thing, something then you have to be always ready to be no matter what the circumstances are. so 15 and do these for my country. mean that i am the i am already sacrifice anything. we've been my time with the family or was that when she did? tokyo 2020 will be the 2nd appearance that the olympics for south sudan, the nation. only 10 years old. and a member of the ugandan weightlifting team has gone missing 20 year old julia. that
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keeps her lego failed to show up for a corona virus test. the authorities are now we're trying to find him. athletes and officials have to take regular tests and follow rules on where they can go. here's your news update at this hour. stay tuned for business news with my colleague rob, what that is coming up next. i'm quite richardson in berlin from the team. thanks so much for joining us. ah. my 1st i think, was a sewing machine i found from women are boned by the potions or something as simple as learning how to write a bite type of me. since i was a little girl, i wanted to have a bicycle off my. and it took me years to finally gave up and went to bye bye sewing machines sewing, i suppose, was more appropriate for goods than writing a bite. as now,
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i want to reach out to those women back home for bones by their social rules and inform them about that basic rights. my name is divine and i work at the me, i the way of doing business in hong kong. that's the message the us government is giving to american businesses. it says the situation in the parish re is deteriorating after china's in possession of a new security, not me want america. european allies are under pressure to take a stand on shift in jang. after the u. s, senate passed the bills binding inputs from the chinese region and shave butter is one of africa fastest growing exports, but this is success. bad news,
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and need to be business on a walk in berlin. welcome to the program. the us government is warning businesses about the risks of operating in hong kong, new advice from the state bomb, and those conditions that have changed since chinese introduction of a new national security law. lead protest in the city last year. the advice was a potential, reputational, regulatory, financial, and in certain circumstances, legal risks on friday, china again said it was determined to resist us interference in hong kong. let's have a listen to what president biden had said, just before the advisory application to issue courage, deteriorated, and the chinese government is not keeping this commitment made how to deal with with the hong kong. and so is more of an advisory use to what
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may happen in congress as simple as that. and as complicated is that let's cross to our financial correspondence in new york, jose luis to haro, jose, what all the risks that the state department talking about here. basically rob, we are talking about 4 main risks. the most important one, it's related to data privacy, washington need to worry that gene is going to be able to access that data from american companies as he pleases and with no restriction. also related to deb, it's the, the sense of transparency, maybe the lack of transparency. it's also going to be something that is going to affect the american companies operating in hong kong and related to today's the access to critical information on top of all these and other main concern of washington. it said that the american companies, directly or indirectly, they're going to have some kind of relationship with entities and individuals that
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are already being sanctioned by washington. the us industries that the government particularly concerned about in terms of their exposure to these risk some of them are we need to have in consideration that mostly financial and tech companies have a big presence in hong kong. according to the latest full though, of the american chamber of commerce, around 42 percent of the american companies that have operations in hong kong are right now considering moving them or maybe just having some doubts of what's going on there. but it's also important to bear in mind that con, calling into still very attractive for american companies in terms of infrastructure and also it's consider door to mainland china and we can see big financial companies. we're talking, for example, citigroup planning to hire 1000 people over the next 5 years, or even goldman sachs with that as we speak. it's
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a hiring around 320 people in deliveries to the new york stock exchange forest. thank you. now this all comes as america, european allies face to face pressure to join the u. s. in planning a ban on inputs from china's sheen jang region. the bill passed by the senate follows claims from washington. i'm human rights group that atrocities are being committed against the muslim weak minority, the rights groups say at least 1000000 weaker are being incarcerated in camps. engine jong, washington band imports of solar panel materials from one chinese company and placed trade restrictions on or others accused of using force to labor. europe has been more cautious while the block has sanctioned chinese officials over rights abuses, actions against businesses that may use force, labor engine young, remain sparse. earlier this year, french prosecutors opened
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a probe into retailers who may have used, forced weaker labor, including japanese owned, unique clo, spanish owned zarbara, and french ready to wear clothing company as m. c. p. german automaker. volkswagen has meanwhile faced criticism for it's john production facility. the auto manufacturer says there's no indication of forest labor, but admit they can't rule it out. to live, don't have a shifting and low to the right. the high roller employee directly. they send a resume and we have a job interview. and then the hate charge department and the operating department make a decision based on the resume. and the impression he gave me was happened to them before is something that it's hard for us to know for us. see if it was exclaimed, we are enough to see chinese authorities have vehemently denied reports of forced
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labor labeling those who make these allegations as quote, western liars policy analysts say the us and europe should show a common front globe. i think it will be a good idea for washington and berlin to send a signal just now we are ready to work together and make it clear to beijing that they cannot simply divide us from pekin. captain lohan does is known as the e. u and us look to strengthen ties, is the e you willing to match the u. s. is assertive stance towards china's action engine, john? well, to answer that, we asked economist l yell change from the constance university of applied sciences . if toughest sanctions from the you would make any difference in the st john case, we talk about human rights politics which are problematic from the rest and
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perspective. but when you look into the experience in the data, how sanction targeted some special area on the constraint area affect the policy in countries like china and russia? the answer is very clear. there will be no change in china policy. and one reason is also that the economic, it's packed that costs for china, of the regional tar just chunk sanctioned are negligible for china. the more important question i believe is it help or other countries will align their policies in the coming months of years with us and also our bill to increase pressure on china. a quick look at some of the other business stories making headlines. the biotech pfizer coded 19 vaccine is on track to become the 1st orange of approved in china. chinese regulations completed experts review of the m r n a back in china looks set to use the drug as a booster or those who have received 2 shops of made faxing and fintech company
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square is planning a new firm that's focused on bitcoin. not according to square and twitter c o jack dorsey he wants to create an open, develop a platform to make it easier to provide the centralized financial services following the pattern for squares previously, an out digital wallet, a bit quite a northern gone as not harvesting season, is a crucial time for many rural women who earn a living, making shape butter. but a surgeon multinational companies exporting the roar nuts is now threatening their livelihoods. i saw souk reports, a large immortal house and is among dues, profiting from an increase. international interest in gun is not industry. he buys the produce from thomas, incense it on to mark national. this particular budget destined to be shipped to
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techie business. he says, is me as 820182019 coffee supply more than $10000.00 to my company and $29.00 in 2020 i sell about $18000.00 metro dos. ganna is, was the weakest head, largest exporter of the money in booking up a su during the countries not season. many women get temper wake in the industry habits and storing the produce. the industry has really reliable source of income because many women would prefer to run us. we're not exploited. then there will be a good morning. the role not is not good for us. they rush and buy everything cheaply and there won't be some in the system. again. we prefer the empower with skills to add good values on it. that way we will be empowered about that young
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i'm. i would share but they're becoming more popular. when a woman, they came to process and did not themselves but michel international qualities panda through me major challenge less than 10 percent of the got up redoing gun portable. this has led many women employed in the industry to call and the government in companies to provide them with the steel to produce better quality. but instead of allowing the less to export it better, the companies could come down to educate as well on how to produce quality better for them that would benefit us, given that that, that they could by the nuts and bring it to us to process the better for them on the way them powering us what they are doing is crippling our businesses at the number. what would export targets on the rise from
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attempt to a woman training in ship but up to system minutes? that if nothing is done to regulate the export brionas will many rural areas could face a trade to live in. who's with this big companies, we are really, really afraid of what makes them better for us to see how the government can come in and then help us to reduce the exports of the out the for many women. and we're gonna the chance to have scheme, food, use your own share, but could be key to sustaining an income for your families. and just finally, the eiffel tower in paris has reopened to visitors. after 9 months of shut down. it has happened, eager to return, they pre books around 70000 tickets to take them to the top of the tower bus and round half the usual number of people being allowed in. this is will soon also need
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to show proof vaccination or negative test results. mark hadn't been closed for this long since the 2nd world war in paris. hopes the reopening is assigned, the tourists will soon be coming back. the. 6 and that's all from us here on the business program until next time. take the issue. the issue is shaping the continent of africa. was gone. med, what's making headlines? what's behind the industries to give you in the reports on the inside all the trans stuff to you next on dw,
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the do you like it? do you want to okay, then buckle up, put the pedal to the metal. let's ride the red in 60 minutes on d. w o. the devastating. how is this after we can when cars caring climate change of one of our or station in the rain forest continues. carbon dioxide emissions have risen again. young people all over the world are committed to climate protection. what impact will
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change doesn't happen on it. don't use, make up your own mind. w. 4 mind the this is the w news, africa coming up on the program, south africans with little to lose thought, killing up off the loosing often. and despite the country, the unrest highlights rolling in the quantities. how should the government deal with this crisis? south africa is also be hit by an aggressive fed wave. october design team that's rolling over the continent. task mozambique looked to african nations for military help. one stepped off by sending troops to fight a growing is such as the in the north of the country. we meet the dance top female
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police chief, the commissioner, direct thousands of police officers on women's face, african refugees athletes ready to take on the lympics, despite hardships on the road to help you ah, hello, i'm bringing them home. it is good to have you with us. of africa is facing, it's was unrest in recent years was originally started as protests of arrests of and jailing. former presidential consumer shifted to violence and anger over the country is dia, social, and economic issues. now will keno populations underway off the days of losing or shopping centers and businesses that the supply chains and transport length. the government has the poor security forces to contain pensions in several provinces.
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more than 100 people have been killed. and over 2000 arrested. a week off, the process started present still from a post, visited the effective sites and says the economy has been hit hard. now there are fears of food and fuel sausages dw, christine wind. war has more on the residence, talking up on basic supplies. i mean, a shopping mall in alexandra township. this is in johanna. good. and this really is one of the last more standing in this particular township. and throughout the day, the members of the alexander community has been coming along to do their shopping. here. it's already been monitored really well, you've had soldiers patrolling the area. of course, there is some panic buying that's starting to happen now is people fear that they're not going to have access to food and other essentials in the coming days that they really end up not having some time to me. this is one of the more that
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was lift gate. i just be protected very much by a number of officials. so in a short while from now you're going to see members of the south africa. national defense forces patrolling the area basically just touching base to see that everything still remains calm. and in order to just give us a sense of how much longer you feel that you guys are going to be careful we are going to be here for some time. as long as the splitting and the painting of warehouses. we are still going to be in the crowd. their presence is making it possible for a shop like this one behind me to stay open at this time because of course, the threat level is still very much alive here. well, joining me from johanna, but to discuss this further is economists do not koobooley. i don't know. we've seen some of the worst violence in south africa since apartheid in the 900 ninety's . how did this spiral out of control?
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it is, and amc government has betrayed the hopes and dreams of our people liberation. you remember that from 994, when the monday became president until 2020, our economy has expanded capital terms, but only 18 percent. so what we see now is what's happening now. we've got overlapping and public health, humanitarian, economic crisis. we've also got a political crisis and policy that is at war with itself. and we also have a public safety security crisis to start off as a political issue over the jailing of former president jacob's duma. so is there a political motive behind the latest violence? ok started is it is a political reasons and whether you are 3 or don't agree with what jacobs. you
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might say there is a political reasons that has to be addressed and are really disappointed about political leaders, especially the president the a ship. when this thing started on flattening, they should have been on the 1st claim to, to, to the province of puzzle. do not talk to talk to the people and calm down the situation. because the content security response is not proceeded by political response. but now it has moved into something to be in the original crisis. we are seeing practical honda we're seeing and people stealing food and the major feature . often people are hungry, a survey was done for that to go with 10000000 people, our population, 60000000 people. we had 100 in april and may when the survey was done and 3 of those people were children. so we've got a huge monetary crisis at the moment. have we covered 19 restrictions imposed by the government played a part in causing this unrest and,
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and i think and many countries in europe was just going back to normal. just call the situation. the government has watched it from day one. and what happens is that they are now a another when i pulled an over the top lock down. and they didn't locate even towards the millions of people who would be affected by its devastating impact. and that is one of the many things that happened just yet in terms of the bad management of the economy, because the government started with their budget. one of the most of d f, i just post the politics used to when they said they're going to withdraw about 255000000 rent drummed economy. due to these of derek and measures, the custom social security court, it was given to people during code and that, and then they implemented. it's huge for what we haven't figured right now. and via
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society, good unemployment, young people, 74 percent, almost african people. indigenous african people about 47.8 percent. african females. and just do 1.5 percent in 2 problems is the problem because i'm interested. unemployment is about 50 percent. so we have questions, i'm fibers will psyche, district people what solving and told to the advisor at the moment and to suck, punching off the mismanagement of the economy over a long period back to them to full. so what needs to be done and what solution to addressing the level of the quality when you can and when you have in the earthquake, you start to military and response. so you provide medicines for people who effectively provide income to their families. and shelton manufacturer can fight. so when they are calling for basic income drugs,
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they can be paid to and people who are between the age of 18 and 59 and without conditions can be a conditional cash transfer to these people. and i'm saying that it can be implemented over treated because what we need to address the immediate humanitarian press and shall we what you call country in the world. we've got shocking little gym, or african, the last time 64 percent of people were testified as under the policy. so what i can do is to reduce poverty over 3 years by 66 percent. and then the next thing we have to do integers, universal social security, and that can eliminate poverty as well. 3 appeared to be completely speaking to us from johannesburg. thank you very much for your insights. now health care services have also been effected by the rest of africa faces a 3rd wave of current of virus infections. the highly contagious delta variant is
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where the concerns of virus could spreads even more quickly. this is great progress for any being able to exercise. again, i came in costing, coughing, coughing, today i'm 100 percent better than just came to tell me that all my bloodwork x rica, responding well with the medication. any night i was lucky to get a bed in this emergency covered 900 centre into a charity organization set up this ward because public and private clinics are overwhelmed. now they to us struggling to cope rainy and say because it's so stations in the community. so phoning me from the community for how and when we for a year,
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then we still need to help them and we don't want them to be lost through the system. and the reason the unrest in the country could have the corona, i was even more quickly. south africa's president my plaza is concerned or sick cannot get medication from pharmacies. food does not rigid supermarket shelves and health workers cannot go to work. we will soon be facing a huge risk of food insecurity and medication insecurity. in a few weeks, our vaccination program has been severely disrupted, just as it is gaining momentum. only about 2 percent of south africa population
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a fully inoculated with a number of new infections around 20000. the day, speeding up the vaccination rate is essential. but in the protests and looting that's been difficult. class food sausages make it hard for people to award the crowds. if we have members of the public flocking into the shops and more to buy food stuff, we're also risking the spreads of private 19. and it will go to control uncontrollable levels with a delta event that is currently prevented in our country in the emergency war test cost was about the 3rd wave of corona, virus infections, a lot more great. it's easily transmitted. patients are now presenting with more of yes, symptom to, for patients here, a traumatized. many will only admitted to this war when this symptoms became severe
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. not being able to breathe, talking to my son, to have him to go to the phone where to turn in with him explaining to him to this with the machine changed the machine from another machine. another one experience because you don't know work later. hey, you know, they look at the news and say people are going on, you know, passing in things. that's the most frightening experience. if the numbers keep skyrocketing the best, he could also soon be filled south africa. the nation was hit by the via, with an africa, with more than 65000, pull the death to know me . now to most, i'm be where the northern province of cover delgado was facing a long running security crisis attacks by an on groups that relate to the so called
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the stomach states have escalated in recent months. the fighters have rank fact towns gained control of key roads and destroyed infrastructure. many women and children have been kidnapped and thousands killed. dotted, shooting and attacking the village, but my baby was asleep, so i went to get him and they followed me. when i picked up the baby, they shouted stop, stop, we'll kill you. i beg to know, please don't kill us. i took the baby in my arms. he was naked. no clothes on. nothing at all. he fell on a new one is around 750000 people have fled their homes to escape the violence. many are seeking safety in coastal communities. the south of couple delgado agencies are wanting a humanitarian catastrophe. around half of the children have chronic malnutrition and last week one to deployed 1000 troops to help combat the seats. for one of the
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soldiers are being joined by forces from the 16 nation southern african developments community also known as other flooring. this i'm joined by gilbert's cadet professor of international relations at the university of it of what a strong in johanna stuck. thank you very much indeed for being with us on t w. news africa. thank you very much. that i wonder, is not considered the richest country in africa, nor is it the most powerful in times of military light. what do you think you were wanting troops will be able to achieve in couple delgado. it is expected that because of the many years, maybe that experience then can be used to have them are going to be kind of as a one from there in about another number's going to be going to also experience in keeping us africa or india. so the issue is that they've stick this in the
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means of professional army, and it can help in combating robles. so what role will play in mozambique and doesn't have the resources and the political will to manage such an undertaking. so that is not well tested in these kinds of properties. and then we have also 7 incident ending in the problem the one of how to code in the setup process. but he clearly how to put in it was we, there must be a nice defense. again, there is wanda, which is already part of the operation. so i don't know how it will have to wait and see. one of the boys is going to be more room for,
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for the nation. the reason it's you, it's so non dissipate justice and where they divide up the entire region on who actually is going to do what we did, the broader regional problem you're suggesting that they may be conflicting priorities and perhaps even friction at the military command level with so many groups involved, why is it that the most them big military cause seem to handle this by themselves? it started in october to 2017. so it's been 3 or 4 years. says that in science, if you go when it begun, the mother because government rely on military companies, mirage them once they was defeated. that is glenda was because god and now instead it says look good. how could you expand on the grievances among the community in cub delgado?
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good, good, muslim population filled my lies from the central government in my grave. it says out in many, but i think they're coming up more clearly over the last 3 years. we the discovery of the not for us recalls as in the reader. so the read don't sales marginalized and they don't thing the government. i've taken them seriously until recently. and there was because none of the new development projects there on the address. yeah. grievances frequently we discovery of the nice says in the regions. so of course when you have these kinds of says you coming up to contain those grievances. all right, gilbert gala, thank you very much for your time. the.
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what's in the w news africa still to come the refugee and then seem looking to make tribes and when medals as a tokyo game. the united nations has commended as female female police chief in the air for her work and keeping women safe. her son, how says he's aware or has the name be 2021 us population award laureate the recognition on as individuals for improving people's lives. d. w. west africa correspondent effect moony has a story on how she's making changes within the national police force in the army. they're most powerful female police officer in asia. she is in charge of tons of police offices, hitting the national police division to protect miners and women. each morning,
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she views reports of violence against women and children from across the country. if it's a game, she guys hi deputies to out the work fighting domestic violence under where we shouldn't be leaving legs is no woman, no child should accept the injustice and violence is and just i've made domestic violence my personal battle because it's not normal. normal to all the women was men beat, i'm terrorized them, feel safe enough to make a complaint to the police. but those who come to commission as well as do find a sympathetic welcome from the women of wife a mother and the sister. i mean the right position to understand the situation of women. i'm in a good position to understand issues facing children because of my experiences.
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she visits women at the safe house for domestic abuse survivors in the a may. she paid a part in getting men of these women away from the men who were abusing their model . comission as well as team sometimes have to intervene right at the start of someone's life. sometimes they end up bringing children to these orphanage to the kids vulnerable, and they find themselves in from a hiding situation that can affect their all life. so it's important that i make time for them play with them. i think the whole commission as we keep the survive as she meets in mind when looking at the big picture. she's often involved in training the next generation of or you sophie says,
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he's a company 6. they came to these trainings, we'd better understand how violence against people work. and we've also learned about the different ways that we can protect women and children, and people vulnerable to all forms of violence. quantify it from gives you alarm level, but because you're busy impact that this training has had on me is that i have learnt the role. i need to play as a police officer in protecting women children and men or job with somebody from a defeat. it was, he does when she's out of uniform, the children commissioners will take care of all. she's the generation of family to the police officer, even with high sky and it cation. there will still be what to do if one of her children decides before in how footsteps
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ah, now the 2nd, as a refugee olympic team will compete at the tokyo games next week. and with many new faces, there are more competitors this year compared to the previous games in rio in 2016 among the athletes, or several from south to dunn, who had to baffle through tough cooper, 900 restrictions to get that some athletes proved their insurance in the race for a middle, arguably, these refugee athletes from south threw down have proven it just by making it to these training camp. on the outskirts of the canyon camp tonight would be. the pandemic delayed the games for the testing, their ability to stay on track for the tokyo olympics. so yes, you seem to 19, so you had been a good ship. so now 2020 the coroner's county. so service law down on
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a daily visit when they come leaves a bit of changing is going on in corona virus restrictions for these athletes to relocate face been crucial months early this year in a refugee camp rather than in a training camp. the saw the group completely cut off from the coaches and training regime that was a big blow to their ambitions and fitness were getting the fact that their program through the group trying to follow up to the coaches that you were done with. so it was not that easy, but with them go that we come up with a, you know, we continue move into the refugee team will be represented across 12 sports
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including athletics, boxing, cycling, taekwondo, shooting and wrestling and staying with the olympic games. here's one of the athletes that many people on the african continent hope will bring home a metal canyon en route to target. that's the marathon was record in berlin in 2018 . and he still hoping to become the 1st man to ever run a marathon in less than 2 hours. this is how the olympic marathon might look a field of runners, but no view is as it was during this test run earlier in the year in the japanese city of the hallway. that's where the marathon will take place in august. by the you know, respect authority with respect to challenges, you know, at least a matter on his life and real nice health the lives of many people. so it's a,
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it's a hi jennifer, i'm not a step what i oh, see, and local organized community work to find out beside it. that will be enough. that's ok. so, but i'm excited actually. but spirit that ran into a nice a portal on, even without facts. this is because for keep turkey, it is not only about winning the marathon world record holder has been trying for several years to officially run the distance under 2 hours. that means with fans to tear him on or not. turkey will be racing in support to beat the clock. this is the w news africa. you can find much more stories, a diesel, b dot com, forward slash africa with them to visit us on facebook and on twitter. now we'll leave you with pictures of some of the african actually taking pods in the olympic games or halo mohamad. thank you for watching the
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