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doesn't. sanctions imposed on officials from saudi arabia and russia britain takes actions over the killing of jamal khashoggi and other human rights abuses. player watching al-jazeera live from doha with me for the battle also ahead. mr president don't be a coconspirator of poker donald trump is accused of enabling the spread of the
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coronavirus and is arash to acknowledge it's a major problem china warns the u.k. against interfering in its internal affairs after criticism of the new security law in hong kong and devastation in 7 japan doesn't scale that heavy rains and mudslides 7 roads and buildings in. the u.k. has set its sights on those involved in the matter of saudi journalists. it's unveiled its 1st unilateral sanctions since leaving the european union $49.00 individuals and organizations have been sanctioned under the government's new system to punish human rights offenders russian authorities implicated in the death of lawyer segun magnitsky have also been targeted sonia day go reports. a long awaited action against abuses of human rights the measures announced by the foreign
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secretary committed the u.k. to holding perpetrators of mistreatment to account this government and this house sends a very clear message on behalf of the british people those are blood on their hands the thugs at the sports the henchmen dictators who will not be free to weeks into this country to buy a pro. on the kings road kings road to do their christmas shopping in knightsbridge or frankly to siphon dirty money through british banks or other financial institutions the new regime of sanctions targets 49 individuals and organizations from russia saudi arabia me and ma and north korea designed to encourage better behavior. the sanctions talk at those at the heart of russia's interior ministry such as a leg to chen call accused of being responsible for the death of a magnet ski the russian lawyer arrested after alleging that russian officials were involved in large scale tax fraud and who died in prison also sanctioned by those
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who were involved in the killing of jamal khashoggi including saeed abdullah al qahtani a senior advisors of the crown prince mohammed bin sol mon and the senior official who planned and directed the murder of a saudi journalist using a 15 man team also listed the perpetrators of ethnic cleansing of the rahane in myanmar. and so when the commander in chief and his deputy with me and my armed forces who are least humanitarian disaster that killed thousands and left many more displaced and the 2 organizations responsible for forced labor torture and murder in north korea's gulags the sanctions also signify a change in the u.k. status no longer applies to european union rules it is designed to place human rights front and center of a new push policy you i think timing was very wear and opportunity to delay the departure of the place this weekend and so this was
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a strong. u.k. is going to stand on and it's going to exercise this right the act is set to be extended to may challenge other countries such as china and the week of detention camps and crackdowns on hong kong protesters the question is will they go far enough to effect a change of behavior so yeah go out. and all the news the u.s. now has more than 3000000 corona virus infections and president donald trump is being accused of enabling it spreads new york governor andrew cuomo is urging him to acknowledge the outbreak as a major problem infectious disease expert anthony fox he says the u.s. is still need deep in the 1st wave with more than 50000 new cases a day tweeted about the u.s. tying the world's lowest fatality rate and call for schools to reopen in the fall. we are still need deep in the 1st wave of this and i would say this would not be
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considered a way it was a a surge or resurgence of infections superimposed upon a baseline francis' that really never got down to where we wanted to go if you look at the at the grass from europe europe the european union as an entity it went up and then came down to baseline now they're having little blips as you might expect as they try to we open we would help never came down to baseline and now is surging back so it's a serious situation that we have to address immediately brazil meanwhile which is struggling to contain the virus is easing more restraint sions bars restaurants and other businesses are reopening in south pottle and in india which has become the country with the 3rd highest number of cases well then he 50000 new infections reported in just the past 2 days well have more on the situation in india in just a moment but 1st white house correspondent kimberly hauck has
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a nativist on the situation in the u.s. well there's a spike in cases all across the united states 40 out of the 50 showing really increased and record breaking in some cases numbers of coronavirus cases and that has certainly got the new york governor or the democratic governor concerned as you point out he says the president is enabling the virus what's he talking about well the u.s. president over the weekend really tried to downplay this number saying that the reason that there is an increase is because there's more testing going on in that 99 percent of the people to get coronavirus will that harmless this is certainly something that the new york governor has pushed back on this the president don't be a coconspirator of covert do one simple thing acknowledge to be american people that covert exists. it is a major problem it's going to continue until we
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admit it. to do our work part well the u.s. president has not been admitting that is a major problem instead in the last hour he's been pushing back against his joe biden the democratic presidential nominee he'll be facing off against in november in fact he's saying that far more people would have died if joe biden was in the white house pushing back on the criticisms about closing trav close in the united states travelers from china he's also said that deaths are down 39 percent in the united states and again is pushing for the economy to reopen ease been as we see some states starting to close acknowledging they may have open too soon in the case of southern florida we now see jim's closing as well as some dining room still the u.s. president pushing ahead with reopening twitting and all caps that schools especially should reopen in the fall. brazilian president has been tested folk over 1000 after
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being taken to a military hospital with a high fever but he says he is lungs that clean area boss narrative further steps to water down along wearing face masks so they no longer have to be one in presence for instance last week he vetoed the use of masks in churches schools and shops. face widespread criticism for not wearing a mask in public and flouting social distancing goals brazil is the hardest hit country in latin america but despite this the largest city zapato is borrowing to pressure from the business sector to rest rections latin america at its embassy in yemen reports. there's something seriously disturbing about this picture at least according to every day milledge ists few if any countries in the world have as many gyms per capita as does brazil with physical fitness is an obsession. but the permission to reopen in gyms forests restaurants and shopping centers in rio de
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janeiro and sao paulo brazil 2 biggest cities comes just as the country surpasses 1600000 infections and more than 65000 deaths from code 19 the glasgow nettled technical director of this jim applauds the move with the article to respond if i am very optimistic because physical activity is part of the solution to the problem people have 2 weeks is ours. but is this graph shows at the top of the list of places people should stay away from during the pandemic are bars gyms and cell service restaurants because of the high risk of contagion sajak it ws i asked epidemiology astutely valley badal if brazil was near the peak of the infections us. in much of brazil not only has it not reached the peak but rather it is spreading to places that have far weaker public health services than in the main cities places that don't have emergency care units or other basics and in
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a country as large as brazil you can just move patients to places with better care . not one of those remote places of course is the amazon rain forest 100 to the indigenous people have already been infected. brazil's public prosecutor is investigating charges presented by indigenous rights advocates that last week's visit to some of the most isolated tribes like the no money by members of the defense ministry has spread the virus. the ministry with thinks the charges. what is a thought how can an organization that is concerned about indigenous people be upset by giving medical treatment and food to indigenous peoples. but world renowned brazilian photographer and amazon preservationists simple sounds algal says that's absurd as a dancer but as it is the brazilian authorities know have known and will see again that the indigenous people don't have the antibodies to protect themselves from
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diseases that come from outside the forest so the penetration into indigenous territories promoted by president both the narrow is really genocide. whether in prisons most remote areas or in its major cities the spread of corona virus remains out of control despite measures spurred by economic pressures that would make it seem that the pandemic is almost over you see in human al-jazeera. india may have the 3rd highest number of cases globally but that's not stopping it from lifting measures some popular monuments have reopened for the 1st time in more than 3 months but historic buildings in the city of agra including the taj mahal remain closed and as for some new delhi. it took emperor ashaji han 17 years to build the taj mahal in the 17th century and for those wishing to see the mob a muslim for his wife months the wait just got longer. we were very excited
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about coming here my daughter's been frustrated and so were we after sitting at home for weeks so we decided to come here when we heard that it was going to open but now we're disappointed. the indian government open many monuments on monday for the 1st time since march but the taj mahal will remain shut because it's surrounded by areas under quarantine elsewhere in the country few people wanted to venture out given the rising number of coronavirus cases delhi's most famous tower the 12th century cook them is usually one of the most popular tourist sites in the country with $8000.00 visitors a day but in the 8 hours since its reopened only about 50 people have come to visit . with international flights still suspended many who depend on tourism a worried about how they'll survive really all guides already voted on a speaking because cases are not declining they're going up because there will be
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fear in the psychology of the. voters about going to a new place and that is definitely has a negative impact not only in delhi with all over india. the indian government says it's tested $10000000.00 people so far but it still has one of the lowest tested rates per capita in the world so reported cases are serious on the true numbers of infections that are probably in the 10s of millions of at this point in time for now it's going to keep continuing to live get some of the hundreds of millions of cases. and i don't really see a reason. because we really don't have an effective control measure. but the central government unwilling to reimpose a national lockdown because of its economic impact states are implementing their own measures to do it on the carillon has begun a one week lockdown allowing only essential services kolkata has suspended flights from the 6 worst hit cities for 2 weeks given india's large size and population
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health experts say different regions will experience a peak in infections at different times elizabeth al jazeera new delhi kenya's president has announced a phased reopening of the country with international flights are resume from august 1st kenyatta has been under pressure to kickstart the struggling economy after nearly 4 months of frustrations a ban on movement in and out of 3 cities including the capital nairobi will be lifted from july 15th but a nighttime curfew will remain in place for another month kenya has the highest number of infections in east africa. still ahead on the program the former partner of billionaire geoffrey epstein is moved to an out of prison have the details and the show must go on why it's no longer the u.k.'s lots.
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hello there still some very heavy rainfall calls across japan and central and eastern areas of china is long line of cloud you can see it is old tied to the stationary front this my you by your friends and it has been indeed particularly stationary of the last couple of days that have a station across into q she has been widespread that being at least a dozen deaths due to these rains but this damage you can see is not just teach the rental rains the river cooma actually bongs and just roared through this town just look at a station the lady there pointing out the height of the water as that river water came rushing through the town now unfortunately there is more very heavy rain in the for much of tuesday cue show again they get some very heavy downpours on the front still line through the central and eastern areas of china now on wednesday we could actually even see some heavier rain developing through central and eastern china still of course on its way towards q ship and some very heavy downpours across central areas of honshu so this could be the next area where we see the
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results of a flooding me one across into india the monsoon rains to be very active the last few days they will stay that way this little bundle head just sitting off the coast this is no pressure feeding in a particularly large amount of moisture say tuesday and wednesday and go drives we could actually pick up as much as hoth a meter of rain. al-jazeera explores prominent figures of the 20th century and how rivalries influenced the course of history steve jobs and much better market to bill gates for apple's going to reinvent the phone bill made software what it is today. 2 high tech visionaries whose breakthroughs inspired the digital revolution jobs and gates face to face on al-jazeera.
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the one. on the back our top stories on al-jazeera this hour the u.k. has announced economic sanctions on those involved in the matter of saudi journalist jim after shoji $49.00 individuals and organisations have been targeted under the government's new system to punish human rights offenders the u.s. is still in need deep in the 1st wave of coronavirus with more than $50000.00 new cases a day that's according to a top infectious disease expert expert anthony found cheap at present donald trump says it has the world's noah's mortality rate and is calling for schools to reopen in the fall and the bars and restaurants in brazil's biggest cities are palo have
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reopened after more than 3 months of restrictions classes fight infections showing no sign of slowing present votes now meanwhile has been tested for corona virus after suffering a fever. that china has warned the u.k. to stay out of hong kong's affairs or face consequences as unhappy at criticism of the new national security law imposed there and prime minister boris johnson's plan to offer millions from hong kong a path to british citizenship the u.k. side knows what hong kong is no longer under its colonial rule and the hong kong has retained john and now john you'll hear has no solvent. diction or rights of supervision over long after and go all over the ok government. making you responsible remarks on hong kong. through its so-called 6 monthly recall.
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meanwhile 3 prominent hong kong activists have appeared in court charged with organizing an illegal protest last year the trio included pro-democracy leader joshua wan who denied the charges his political party disbanded last week after trying to impose a controversial national security law in hong kong he said activists would be prime targets of the law which bans any activity beijing considers civ. was outside of the hearing in hong kong. 3 arrived at court to appear on charges of inciting taking part and all denies in what was deemed an illegal assembly in june last year at the place headquarters and this was at the beginning of those anti extradition antigovernment protests that joshua won and ivan lamb they pleaded not guilty to all those charges i discharge pleaded guilty to 2 of them inciting and knowingly taking part of the 3 valid to continue their fight for democracy in hong kong but
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in light of the introduction of the new national security laws the big knowledge they face an uphill battle in the court on the international community to help free up us i worry about our future with the fret of life sentences and also big by beijing but we also encourage the global community to let our voice being heard in the world with the hope to let the world to know that now is the congress time of hope and now is the time for home home and keep our momentum joshi along with the face of the occupier pro-democracy movement back in 2014 and has long been a target of a political target and by china and hong kong government he's told the media he expects to be pursued under these new national security laws and could be extradited to china but he says he want to kowtow to beijing is already had his books removed from government libraries in hong kong but he says he won't be silenced as well. at least 40 people have been killed in 3 days a flooding in southern japan including 14 elderly residents of
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a nursing home more to wrenshaw rain is forecast and half a 1000000 people have been advised to evacuate rob mcbride reports. a weekend of punishing rains across the southern japanese island of kew shu and this is the result. wide scale flooding and landslides especially along the swollen cooma river which burst its banks as the rains intensified thousands of people were urged to leave their homes but some opted to stay fearing the coronavirus despite assurances from the authorities that they'd be safe one elderly care home was inundated with a number of its residents presumed dead or missing. rescue teams have been sent to the area to help look for missing people and to help with the clean up i wish there was someone who can help us says this restaurant owner the government says it's mobilizing all resources to tackle the emergency pierce south shore over 40000
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members from the units of the police fire department self defense forces and coast guard are putting all their effort into searching in rescuing to save people's lives. for japan it's the worst natural disaster since a typhoon struck last october which killed around 90 people q shoe is used to powerful some of the logs and has in place strong defenses against them but for now with more rain is forecast those defenses seem to be over the world. rob looked bright 0 an iraqi analysts who was a leading expert on i saw and other on who was has been shot dead in baghdad he. was shot at close range by a gunman outside his home he died of his wounds in hospital weeks before his killing a shammy said he feared he was being targeted by armed groups backed by iran the analysts was an authoritative voice on conflicts in the region and advised iraq's
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government along with the u.s. backs coalition fighting i saw the number of corner virus infections is soaring in the occupied west bank the palestinian authority is imposing a strict law down but its reach its limit is limited to the areas under its control a need to abraham has more from ramallah. the numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in palestine have increased 5 fold in the past 2 weeks this has caused the palestinian authority to impose a blanket lockdown starting on friday for 5 days and that could be extended the postin health minister says that the transmission rate is very hard and that most of the cases have contracted the virus from wedding and funerals she says not many people have been abiding by social distancing measures supposed to be a lot further he has erected several checkpoints this is one of them but there are
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areas that the palestinian authority doesn't have control over. israel close all crossings with palestine and will send a request to the united nations supervision organization to monitor along 967 lines i asked the workers to stay in their workplaces and north across the crossings. a short minutes drive from a lot of the put i thought it was like this one devolved into a poet he doesn't have control and cannot last down and march with it is good for within this area because of security coordination between the palestinian authority and israel but the palestinian president. decided to stop all security coordination with israel because of its plans to annex parts of the occupied west bank this is why business here continues.
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the u.s. says it will force foreign students to leave the country if all of their classes are moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic while most colleges are yet to announce their plans harvard says all of its classes from september will be conducted on line last month the trumpet ministrations suspended visas for some foreign workers saying it would create jobs for americans but critics say the white house is exploiting the pandemic to tighten immigration rules. the former partner of convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein has been moved to a new york city jail british social maxwell was arrested and charged in new hampshire on thursday she'd been held over the weekend at a jail near her luxury home maxwell is accused of working with epstein to facilitate a sex trafficking ring kimberly zone has this update from new york. certainly a far cry from the rich and glamorous life they deal in maxwell was used to leading
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but her current home now at least for the foreseeable future is in the metropolitan detention center in brooklyn a big federal prison that holds about $1500.00 inmates both men and women that are facing all sorts of various crimes and serving sentences for all sorts of a range of things maxwell will be there for the foreseeable future after being moved from new hampshire where after more than a year of searching for her and essentially even hiding she was arrested by the f.b.i. last thursday in this sprawling home that she bought in new hampshire in a very remote area about a hour and a half north of the city of boston she apparently paid for that home in new hampshire buy in cash and under assumed name in order to hide her identity but f.b.i. was able to track her down and now she is in in this jail awaiting the next steps in the process here facing 6 federal counts by federal prosecutors too for
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conspiracy 2 for perjury and one for enticing a minor and transporting minors as young as 14 years old into sex and transfer into another another area for that so she's facing a lot of charges and this case is certainly going to garner quite a bit of attention. a white woman who called police and falsely accused a black man a threatening her life in new york's central park is now facing charges amy cooper was socks from her job after the incident in may christian or was birdwatching when he asked her to respect spock walls and put her dog on a leash the video he took of her making the call costs public outrage she is charged with filing a false police report and will appear in court in october. the french president has reached his cabinet but has kept most of his government's key figures is the man you're mccraw to replace his interior minister christophe casts an heir will face
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heavy criticism for his response to block lies matter protests just last week mccraw replace his prime minister following local elections. now the british government is offering it to $1000000000.00 lifeline to save the arts and culture sector it is museums and music venues have remained empty during the course of a sop break the government says a support package will save the crown jewels of the u.k.'s auto industry but can't protect every job only chalons reports from london's west end the a what is a theatre without an audience or a gallery with no art lovers nothing more than expensive real estate with high bills and 0 income for weeks the u.k.'s arts and culture industry has been begging for government help saying that this is music venues galleries and museums shuttered by covert 19 whenever reopened late on sunday night the government's responded. one half 1000000000 pounds is the world beating pattern has ever been
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anything of this scale in the u.k. for culture and indeed globally we have to accept that we won't be able to say absolutely everyone but we try we will try to stretch as far as we can the announcement of $2000000000.00 in grants and loans has been met with gasps of relief this small theater in london's west end would have been 4 plays into its season by now count robie is deputy director she says if the german street theater sees some of the money it could start filling seats again early next year but that's far from clear yet obviously is brilliant at this money has be this package has been announced but there are huge questions about how that will then be spread between all of the different industries that work in the arts so you've got theatres museums galleries music the news artists and selves how they were going to individually be exposed chosen or selected for how much what the money will do is give venues that receive it a lifeline but cope it has changed how many people can be squeezed into often quite
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cramped spaces and that has huge and perhaps long term implications for places that rely on crowds most theatres have to fill at least 2 thirds of their seats just to stay afloat but in a socially distance world they may have to keep 2 thirds of their seats empty to operate safely so despite this government lifeline big questions remain about the future of the industry or italians al-jazeera london. well again i'm fully back to bill with the headlines on al-jazeera the u.k. has announced economic sanctions on those involved in the murder of south sudan mr mashaal g. 49 individuals and organizations have been targeted under the government's new system to punish human rights and this. there is the blood on the hands of the thugs of the sports the henchmen of dictators free 2 weeks into this country to buy
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property on the king's road king's road to do their christmas shopping in knightsbridge frankly to siphon dirty money through british banks run the financial institutions the u.s. is still need deep in the 1st wave of coronavirus with more than 50000 new cases a day that's according to infectious disease expert on 3 found but president trump says the country has the world's lowest mortality rate and is calling for schools to reopen in the fall bars and restaurants in brazil's biggest city sao paulo have reopened after more than 3 months of a strike that's despite infections showing no sign of slowing present been tested for the virus after suffering a fever china has won the u.k. to stay out of hong kong's affairs beijing is unhappy about criticism of its new national security law and a plan to offer residents a path to british citizenship china's ambassador to london said the u.k.
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no longer has any say over hong kong but case making irresponsible remarks 7 japan is bracing for more rain after days of flooding at least 40 people have been killed including 14 elderly residents of a nursing home a 1000000 people have been advised to evacuate their homes and iraqi analyst who was a leading expert on ice all in other armed groups has been killed in baghdad he. was shot a close range outside his home jess weeks ago hashimi said he feared he was being targeted by armed groups backed by iran. and the former partner of convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein has been moved to a new york city jail british socialite get maxwell was arrested and charged in new hampshire say she'd been held over the weekend day jail near her home x. well he's accused of working with epstein to facilitate a sex trafficking brain those are the headlines on al-jazeera inside story is coming up next stay with us.
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could the u.s. shut down the open skies president donald trump wants to pull out of the treaty that helps to kill peace after the cold war so what's behind the move and has the military cracked become outdated in today's well this is inside story. hello welcome to the program on iran come on it's known as one of the pillars of global security after the end of the cold war the open skies treaty allows the us
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russia canada and european countries to fly over each other's territories.


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