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that in any negotiation, the dignity of this nation should not be hers is already made large weeping promises including fighting corruption, improving the country's economy and maintaining your own best interest in negotiations the wes, but it's not clear yet if you will be able to deliver on his promise ah, facing murder charges, the owner of a factory and bengal dash 7 others are arrested after fire kills more than 50 people. ah result is there a lie for my headquarters in ohio, you navigate also ahead. a confederate monument and sparks of violent white supremacists rally and controversial remarks by donald trump is taken down in charlottesville. the u. s. reject appeal for troops to help secure the country.
after the assassination of president juvenile marie. you says it's reached, its goal of delivering enough covered 1900 shots to vaccinate 70 percent. that fits adults, a warrant. the virus has not yet defeated ah, hello police and bangladesh and arrested the owner of a factory where at least 52 people died in a fire. he and 7 others i've been charged with murder. the blades broke out in a building on the outskirts of the capital dot com on thursday. official say the main exit was locked and many workers jumped from windows to escape. 10 very child re has more from the scene and group guns. banner, the show minister announced that at least 8 person have been arrested, including the owner of the factories. and if for some reason on, police also filed the case. now we know this case, in fact,
a long time to resolve in the code. it could even take up 2 years, but the government has been quite robust in recent years, against the owner of the factories or any building owners that have been negligence and safety issue. since around up accident, things have significantly improve in bangladesh, especially in the garments and textile industry. they've been a signed and called international buyers, where fire safety and other work or safety manager, they're strictly enforced and made up to the european standards. but there are a lot of informal factors that operate illegally, many times plastic factors, chemical factors within residential areas that are real cause for concurrence. now this particular industry is a major in the process industry. they have noise skills not to have wire. second. safety measures are exit, but they have been negligence. we've been talking to a lot of the relatives of those who have been killed in this factory. they're fed.
there have been applied incident a year back despite all those that have not been taken any particular measure against fire safety. many people are still missing according to the relatives. i spoke to the director of operation partner the prior because he said that was about 49 bodies and 52 people have been confirmed dad, over dozen people injured people actually fell to that. that from 3rd floor behind me. you can see the devastating factory over there. now we know the salvage operation is pretty much finished. the 5 people told us that couldn't find any more bodies, but those still keep looking. although that fire was a food and beverage factory, a series of tragedies in bangladesh of focus, global attention on workers rights, especially in the garment industry, is the world's 2nd biggest clothing exporter after china. in february, 2651 people died in a textile factory fire and should have gone beliefs had been sparked by
a short circuit in november 2012. a fire destroyed a 9 story garment factory near dhaka. 112 workers were killed and managers at the plans are accused of preventing victims from escaping on one of the world's worst industrial tragedies happened a few months later in april 2013. more than 1100 people died when the 8 story ran a plaza complex collapse than the capital outrage lead to the bangladesh corps on fire and building safety and european retailers like h t. m and prime mark signed it as well as unions on bangladesh, factory owners. now my actor is the founder and executive director of the our foundation for workers rights. she says that safety negligence is common in bangladesh in factories and children, especially suffer from a lack of protection. we had the law if there is a young law, got workers $5.00 in payroll for 3 hours indication,
but nothing is blink. they're working as they get tend to do a ball or 7 days a week, and they don't follow the rules and regulations because they are not seriously thinking the what is the important and value because they're only greedy and get the rocky because our workers are getting very low, we're just in here. so that is why when the people are getting a trade in the end, right, when they have to freedom of expression, approve of movement. and also the profit sharing very important because they have, you know, they have their own list that they cannot love that bill. and they can not do anything like this. at least 8 people had been killed and others injured in a large explosion in somalia capital mortgage issue. car bomb targeted the police commander, colonel, for han homa data and who survived. the attack was appointed in april after his
predecessor was accused of calling for a cruise to confederate statues. in the u. s. cities charlottesville are being removed for years after white nationalists protested against their removal. this one of robert e. lee was at the center of the 2017 year night, the right rally, which turn violent, is led to counter protest to remove hundreds of confederate statues across the united states. the object was only important because of the race of the man who sat upon the horse, his greatest honor was his whiteness, and a treason that he committed in the attempt to preserve the great american tradition of being able to enslaved rape, pillage and murder, our black people for economic gain. what was growing in the mind? the man who commissioned this statue, my guess would be the desire to continue to perpetuate the erroneous theory. that
whiteness is supreme. hey, tease interim government has asked the international community to send troops to help stabilize the country after the assassination of president of and i'm a weaved but the u. s. said it has no plans to send military assistance. haiti senate has nominated joseph lumber to serve as the new interim president until new elections are held in september. we was killed in his home on wednesday by a heavily armed hit squad, manuel rap hello. lots of details from colombia officials or stepping up assistance to haiti following the assassination of haitian president jim now moves on friday. the colombian government announced that resources and personnel would be sent to aid in the investigation. intelligence officials are also sharing more information about the 26 out of 28 alleged conspirators identified as colombian citizen. don't up the knitting for matthew?
yeah, we have the 1st details about the travel, some of them made dates from where they went. what kind of airline this is not only shared with haiti's interval central office, but with a dominican republic, as the people linked to the incident used as a port of arrival, the dominican republic to travel to haitian territory shuttle. the unrest on the streets of haiti's capital has largely subsided. though tensions remain high. outside the u. s. embassy in port a prince, a crowd gathered with many seeing they seek to flee the country in anticipation of a worsening political crisis. of wisdom with norma, you're all here since last night. it's a normal thing to do to try to get out of the country since our president was assassinated. the death of president moiz at the hands of foreign mercenaries left the country in shock on friday evening. the haitian senate named joseph lambert as the countries interim president, former haitian prime minister, the moth pills,
al jazeera, that international cooperation in this investigation is by regarding the immediate future re both concerned because of course of fascination of presidents and its aftermath. but i'm hopeful that the current government is making the right moves into inviting international community to come in opening up the investigation to the international partners. this way, we will insure a fair investigative process that would lead us to, to who whoever is paid for this in the us. the biden administration also pledged to provide resources to uncover exactly who killed the haitian president and wine and response to the haitian governments request for security and investigative assistance. we will be sending senior s t i n d h officials to port a prince. as soon as possible to assess the situation and how we may be able to assist the international investigators or also looking into how such
a deadly security lapse that he's presidential palace could have occurred. the head of the general security unit for the police guard demitria. rog, now under investigation, manuel up a little al jazeera and the gallagher has more from washington dc. we know that the us is sending in various agents to help with the investigation at the un pulled out in 2017 any request to them to send troops and would take time because the, you like to discuss things for very long time. meanwhile, as this investigation goes on, all sorts of conspiracy theories and now starting to emerge and swirling around this beleaguered nation, including that these so called ex colombian soldiers turned up after the fact of the assassination of job. now my ways that you know my ways, his personal security guards weren't injured in this assassination. so all of this just creates potential chaos for this nation because most patients are just sitting at home. they're waiting for news if they're not just stocking up on provisions
preparing for the worst and there is no leader in place. you've got 3 different politicians, all claiming to be the next president. you got elections that are supposed to take place in september. the are highly unlikely to take place because i haven't been elections in 18 for at least a couple of years. so all of this really puts an already unstable nation on an even nor precarious edge what the haitian government really needs to do is coalesce behind one leader. put out one single message to the people of haiti and what is an extremely precarious situation. so the heads are to 0, anger and frustration across the rock as the number of activists down journalists, murder continues to rise ahead of elections. i'm charlie angela in, sorry, one of the largest feed producers is running into trouble with distribution. one of thousands of businesses affected by chronic shortage. a truck driver.
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a step back from this last week and just building up again. now in the forecast, and that's consistent with the monsoon rain. also building at one small we had a load up in the northeast of india back pretty was pretty good. obviously concentrating further west of the western gas and good europe. but there are a shout, they're running up towards new delhi and la horse. so a good part of northern pakistan sees and decent. right? central pakistan, not. and rochester, not still the pre monsoon heat, but the rest of you nice. but a rain sponsor cut on airways. the corona virus pandemic has altered modern society. as governments have grappled with soaring cases, contact, tracing, and huge data collections are causing concern amongst civil rights activists. people in power investigates the ever increasing powers of government and businesses as they access peoples most personal data. and asks,
what has been done to regulate the flow of sensitive information under the cover of coven on the jazz? ah, ah ah, hello again. the top stories on al jazeera police and bangladesh have arrested the owner of the factory where 52 people were killed in a fire. 7 others have been charged with murder, home minister, whose wor, no one will be fair to find if negligence are found. a tease interim government to the international community, extending troops to help stabilize the country, following the assassination of president job. and believe the u. s. said it has no plans to send military assistance to confederate statutes in the u. s. city of
charlotte, filipino taken down 4 years ago, white nationalist demonstrated against trying to remove them. spark and violence found a national debate in the world's wealthiest nations are sound in the alarm about the spread of the highly contagious code. 1900 delta a, variance g 20 leaders finance leaders have met in italy to discuss the risk to global recovery. cases arising and 69 countries. the international monetary fund has warned that unequal vaccine access is a threat to recovery efforts. and the european union says it's delivered enough vaccines to member states to immunize 70 percent of adults. but the blocks leader says, the fight is not over. our vaccination campaign has accelerated tremendously since the beginning of the year. our joint approach is
a success because we will only come out of this crisis together. but covet 19 is not yet defeated. we are prepared to deliver more vaccines including against new variance. now, member states must do everything possible to increase vaccinations. only then will we be safe. and in england where a current of virus restrictions are being eased. infection rates are back to levels last seen during the winter phone a ago has more on the plans to ease restrictions in england. only in autumn are you going to start to see a certain control measures being put into place to allow not only just the economy to open up, but open up responsibly as well. and the guys being that if you can control that and that should hopefully allow for people to open up fully and in
a responsible way. now what needs to happen is that you either have to prove that you've had to back scenes, or that you've proven, given a negative test the day before, the area, the way you plan to go to. but it's also, i think, another burden of cost to businesses as well as they're going to be the ones that have to sort of put in the infrastructure to, to be able to put in that way of proving that dinos or people who want to go out all able to do so in that, but this is just also just one measure that's being put in place in the face of the supposed opening up of the country on the 19th of july. when now the legal obligations are going to be dropped, including mosque wearing and now it's going to be up to a question of personal responsibility. and common sense has been sort of told by the prime minister and the health secretary. this, despite the fact with
a health secretary himself such a job, it has said that infections could rise by as much as a 100000 cases every day. in a month's time will say, russia has reported its high a single day record of covert 19 deaths and recorded more than 25000 new infection down slightly from the previous day. the latest outbreak has been blamed on the delta variance. almost half of the new cases are in moscow. officials are speeding up the countries vaccination program. in several countries, a pledge a to tennessee battles a record breaking surgeon covered 1900 infections on death. more than a 1000 cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. putting severe stress on oxygen supplies. cuts are, has sent to a military plane with a field hospital on board, including 200 medics and 100 respirators. dr. mohammed sophia, and then kathy is head of the department of general surgery. it's been just died hospital. he explains what's behind the recent surge down. busy below the
nation getting eating, we have a lack of vaccine that is going to be that the not a very hard look down on the population to menu menu problems, social problem economy problems for the nation. the situation need be very hard right now on your official said that's not enough. we are here. we are doing our medical plan the the nurses are the drivers and everybody the we like and i love the. ready people that we love the razors we need to be looked down for at least
2 or more, maybe 3 weeks. it could be a month that we are hurt just in front of a very, very difficult situation. you know that the reason separate from the law, the industry also under all the credit rating to now from 19 me, we look down in 23 months from mars and publishing it. he was envoy to have danced on his on his way to they'll have her talks to push for a cease fire between the government and the taliban. zalman kills ob, tweeted he is hopeful of a deal despite fierce fighting across the country. the afghan government as long as airstrikes in kandahar and sorry pole. the taliban claims that controls 85 percent of the country. supporters of south africa, the former president jacob's do more protesting his imprisonment. overnight
demonstration, certain violence after court just miss dumas base to suspend his prison sentence. the 79 year old former president began serving a 15 month term for failing to appear before a corruption inquiry in iraq. protests had been held since last october over what human rights groups describe is assassinations carried out with impunity? rights group say, nearly 600 protesters have been killed since 2019. and now activist and journalists are being ambushed and murdered natasha. the name reports from baghdad. bullet holes riddle this s u v. where i made a bill summit was murdered in basra in january. the prominent television journalist and father of 3 young children was driving home after covering an anti government protest. his photographer was also killed. the lot of the top of our lives are in danger. we could be killed at any 2nd. there is no security,
there is no government, just on grooves and political parties for men have been arrested in connection with the murders. no trial date has been set in iraq. abdul some ads case is a rare instance where arrests have been made. the rocky high commission for human rights says since anti government protest began in 201935 journalists and activists have been murdered. and there have been 82 assassination attempt. no one has been convicted. armed groups are widely suspected with elections due in october. the commission believes the assassinations will increase a negative non legal, illegal competition. and even we can say it is criminal competition between the traditional parties and the new a newly formed one. so everyone trying to to say that i am number one and them the most powerful and the absence of accountability,
absence of any realistic from the government. making the case more complicated. prime minister mustafah academy paid a visit to this heartbroken father last august. rehab you're cool, was killed in her car while stopped at an intersection in bus rock. her sister and her friend were also shot and survived. your crew was an outspoken voice during protests and had been threatened on social media affairs, while the shuffling very much that she influenced many people in our society and may be rem, was a role model for iraqi women in basrah. they should have a personality and opinion, a clear vision for the future and goals. thank god, ram achieved so many of hers. your cubes family is still waiting for news of arrest . as anger against the violence grows across iraq. the government is asking people to be patient and promises arrest will be made. the families of your coup and abdul
. some i'd say. iraqis must carry on the mission. their loved ones began to help build their country into a place where its citizens are no longer murdered. with impunity, natasha name al jazeera baghdad. the palestinian presidents mahmoud abbas is on a 3 day visit to turkey to meet president or tuan talks or focusing on ways to boost bilateral cooperation and ease the humanitarian situation across the occupied territories. reconciliation efforts between rival palestinian factions and plans to go through a delayed elections role. so high on that agenda. businesses across britain are being effected by an unprecedented shortage of truck drivers. haulage bosses have appealed to the prime minister to personally intervene or face empty supermarket shelves and a supply chain collapse. charlie angela reports the team at toes the seeds has spent the last 5 years. developing a 170 different varieties of leak producing seeds. it will be resistant to disease
. they will eventually account the 15 percent of leak for g for delays distribution mean they might now miss their windows for getting into the ground. a shortage of truck drivers is impacting businesses up and down the country. it's going to cause enormous issues for us. our customers obviously need it in time to so and if they miss their sewing windows, that will mean the crops a later if the crops later that may basically cause problems with a supermarket contracts. and you know, alternately that means that the products that ado to be on the shelf sometime in the future may not be written is short around 800000 heavy good vehicle drivers. according to the road haulage association, the combination of bricks, it cove at 19 lessons and test missed because of the pandemic and a profession. failing to new, a new recruit, who created the perfect storm. we've been cooling up my agency. i mean up,
but it's been code up for at least 5. you have a wait, right drive. it can get a lot of money. as a result, supermarket, the warning is empty shelves, school meals are being delayed, which could 4 schools to close when they just reopened. and rubbish collection being miss. one of britain's biggest food companies has asked the government to consider using the army to distribute goods to keep supply chains from collapse. going to switch kate less than started diamond logistics almost 30 years ago. she says shelves will be empty by christmas and left the government steps in. so even in a warehouse such as this, normally by this time you, you'd expect to say it a lot more filled. and that's because the supply chain challenges, ultimately speaking, if laurie's aren't able to refill fulfillment center, such as this. and then when are able to sell those goods on bound. and that means that a variety of people throughout the supply chain suffer. the e commerce companies often retail businesses of pivoted to
e commerce to stay alive during this very tricky time, are unable to replenish the goods that it just takes. industry is urging the government to issue european hgtv drivers with temporary work visas. but the government has refused saying firms mis find domestic drivers instead. but there is no pool of qualified drivers in the u. k. just sitting around in peak delivery season is just around the corner. charlie angela out to 0. sorry. wildfires are burning and eastern russia which is suffering it to dry a summer and a 150 years. firefighters are battling 100 just separate blazes in the future region. it's mostly covered by forest and is particularly vulnerable to wildfires. or football is by far spain's most popular sport. but when the city verse alona asked residence to vote on what new facility should be built, the answer came as a surprise showed a holics things 5 years or lifetime. and my
brother also playing cookies and he's like, i want to be anything that you guys are going to be feeling very excited left because goes also the already more they want to learn. that thing actually i'm putting this is the unlikely story of how a women's cricket team in a country not known for cricket. one public support to have a ground built for them to play on and get and beat those mildred's. but in 2013, we started the young cricket barcelona project. when i became clear, there were a large pakistani indian unbundled the she communities in barcelona playing cricket on the streets. it was a sport being played westerns of north lorna, but with no or to play it. and i could get, the woman's team has spearheaded the project in recent years, especially because it has allowed us to work not only on social creation alone, but also gender empowerment when barcelona city council asked the public to vote on
a range of new facilities to be built using municipal funds, the young women launched a campaign for the city's 1st cricket ground and won the most boats. and this is it, a disused football pitch to be transformed into an astro turf oval at a cost of nearly $2000000.00. part of a project promoting community relations through sport. an unusual use of the city's budget. as more established immigrant cricket is in the amator capital and lee will tell you what people think about 34 teams over here, but it's not overly popular with the spaniards. you can imagine they will thing that it goes on for days and days and it's the sort of baseball with a funny stick and i don't really get it soon. the sound of leather own willow will ring out from the barcelona international cricket club. the plan is to turn this field of debt into barcelona. the field of dreams,
as the movie said, if you build it, they will come and they'll be following in the footsteps of their heroes. and i always see on tv. they are playing crooked, like barbara shadow in my mom has, i'm on and there are months every clear and i get the idea from there. i want to play this game. jonah whole al jazeera, barcelona ah headlines on al jazeera police and bangladesh or the rest of the owner for factory where 52 people were killed in a fire. he and 7 others have been charged with murder. the whole minister has wor, no one will be spared, if signs of negligence are found. country or child re has more from the seeing. and .