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my name here. yeah. yeah. where we know my niger on august the aah! i'm sammy say down into the look at the headlines here now just a rapid offensive by the taliban is overwhelming afghan forces. it's now claiming control of a 5th provincial capital in just 3 days. the most significant gain is in the olden city of conduce. the group says it's also taking the nearby city of con and sorry. paul saw the thousands of migrants stranded near columbia as border with panama, beginning the journey north. crossing the treacherous jungle of once known as the
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darion gab, many hope to eventually reach the united states. as a bo has more from taco in columbia. what's happening here are a crisis i regional crisis. to try to find out who the migrant crisis and we're seeing in south america right now. we're just trying to put up an operational planning place to try to guarantee a humanitarian corridor where we are right now. one of the most dangerous areas in the world. the gap with criminal traffickers and other dangerous, but when you talk to people here, they say they're willing to risk it all because they're trying to find a better life where their children, mild fives, is sweeping across parts of east in bolivia, to towns in the santa cruz region have been destroy, the more 3 thousands of hag says a forest to run the threat. strong women stoking the fires. at least 4 huge wild
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fires burning out of control in greece. a growing blaze on the island of a v as in golf, 5 more villages. more than 2000 people have been evacuated since last week. the major un climate change report is due to be released in the coming hours. it's expected to paint a bleak picture of a world already living with the consequences of climate change. while the russian ag 1000 ukraine of held a protest mocking a year since a disputed election in their home country, they want an international investigation into presidents, alexander lucas. shank has violent crack down on opponents. soon as he is kicked off a nation wide vaccination campaign after receiving millions of doses from donor countries, 300000 shots were given out on sunday in the matter of ours. back the top, the
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me, i me in 2017 and book was published called the great level law. it's written by won't push idle and austrian historian. he provides a detailed analysis of the forces in history that have proved powerful enough to transform society and reduce inequality. he writes for different kinds of violent ruptures, have flattened inequality, mass mobilization, warfare,
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transformative revolution, state failure, and leaf appendix. child spaces is that shock, events highlight inequalities and justices and absurdities. bringing them into public consciousness in ways that can force processes of change where clearly know when near whatever transformative change this corona virus pandemic might lead to. we're still in the shocking phase where every way it gets glaringly evident, that the social and economic inequalities that surround us much deeper, more pervasive, and much more problematic than we thought. the
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in india, the 2nd most populous country in the womb, coded 19 treated, looked down, sent shockwave across the nation. it became instantly obvious that the virus is much more brutal, and those were the less who marginalized was systematically impressed. i spoke with alter an activist ern daddy roy who has been spending looked down at her home in delhi, where it's behaving with society exactly the way behaves. the body amplified the diseases you live to inequality of getting near to mac. take in the read, it displayed it all on a single day. the day aren't you speaking about is march 24th. when an 8 p. m prime minister in your, in your moody delivered a televised speech and announced a strict nationwide lockdown. would it be odd that od bought out by some one day to make some warrant logged on when a data,
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a country of 1300000000 people had just 4 hours to prepare for a period of stringent physical. just a thing, it would be a shock for everyone, but particularly if you are among india, we were doing for us to prepare for this most punitive law down in the world. since it was the 24th of march, people hadn't got this salary, the landlord, cindy, crowded in gentlemen from the edges of the 1000000 demanded their grant. of course they were not to show people just begun to walk. the vast majority of the 10s of thousands of indians walking amidst the lockdown were internal micro men, women, and children who gravitate to cities for work, picking up in formal jobs in construction, manufacturing, waste collection and scrap sorting with businesses co used in mass transit at a hope this massive floating population of laborers was lifted,
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drift with no choice, but it was the biggest mass movement of people in the country to the partition of india and pakistan in 1947. this was like the chemical experiment having to be the city tooting working on in sprawled across the hive in network of india. men, women and children have been walking at all in such awful way home. my con, every now going to pass on the bomb. you get to me, buddy, i went out and walked some of to the bordo when i asked him what their idea was us to suppliers and what happened. they said, what does it matter? because we don't have food, we don't have water,
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we don't have any way to escape. so whatever it is for us, this is the problem. and some of them will pretty angry about the fact that you said, why didn't they just stop the rich people won't be the ones who are bringing it in . like, why didn't you just lock them in and not all of them are or style to more government . so one of them said, maybe nobody told him about, you know, maybe he doesn't know about. and that was really heartbreaking. the government did announce a $22600000000.00 relief package to hand out cash and food assistance to the poor. however, it was only implemented $45.00 days after the lockdown began. and then when you miss bureaucratic hurdles and getting aid to people, according to the stranded work, his action network, a relief organization that conducted a survey of more than 11000 migrant workers in the weeks following, the locked down more than 90 percent had not received any russians from the
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government on may 26, india supreme court admitted that there had been quite inadequacies and certain lapses on the part of both the national and regional governments before i don't even help them. and then you'll see that all the people out there and the government doesn't fund submitted to broadway. they have completely their faith. bridgewater wilson is one of india's most relentless activists for the countries poorest and most neglected people. when i called him, he was in the midst of organizing the distribution of food packages, and russians just kill them. wanted to be there with their family and your role with the flight. 64 international flights will be operating from thursday for one week to evacuate. indian stranded in 1200. when the board want to go back to their own, why do you, how much prorated it appears that we are not giving it if we're going to want to,
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we want to actually actually, i'm not understanding the very read the war isn't a vague we are not considering them of the didn't at the heart of any lockdown is the need to stay indoors. stay at home, stay at home and can sit and get her up when a good man he left. but for millions of indians, not only can they not afford to remain indoors without a daily income to ensure their survival, there is no home to physically distance in. in the indian census, the latest form was conducted in 2011. the homeless accounted under the seemingly contradictory title, houseless households. the official definition is bracing in its bluntness. these are people who live in the open on roadsides pavements in pipes and fliers and staircases renew open in places of worship,
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railway platforms. the official figures put india's homeless population at around 1770000. however, civil society organizations estimate about one percent of india is urban population is homeless. that alone is 3000000 people. and it doesn't even begin to count those who are homeless in rural areas, the imagination of the prime minister and the government and this world, and that also a lot downs. and i'm, so don't you saw this contagion somehow done not. it was the excite from imagination, but you fear that you wanted to your home and you did not go to sleep. that people read very and it comes in that you just the what the, my good you have done nothing before declaring why not where did that plea? there is no way that i think the people don't that you're going to be making
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a whole country as a one day. i mean, if you look at places like the, which is the biggest room by which was compressed into 2 square kilometers and $200.00 people share the toilet the y. oh, so sure, this thing are locked down. so most engine means physical compression for new coverage. and that was plenty of the jeopardy indian pouring it was the endless flu, viral images and videos online that illustrated just how sharply inequality cuts through society. food is taken in new delhi. listen, a month after the doctor had been announced, made clear what was already obvious. that the so many indians, there was no possibility of staying in doors. distancing themselves on a train platform in the eastern state of b ha, a video was filmed, the child, unaware his mother was lying dead of starvation. they just made it back in the
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state after days of cross country travel. and then there were the videos of people being ill treated by authorities. some of it seemed to be nothing more than power trips like police in the state of per day punishing people for violating lockdown rules when in fact, been out on the street was the only place they could be. and this video taken at the border between 2 states, showing people being hose down in diluted bleach as some sort of disinfection process after they traveled days to get there, to get to pick the leg to how we kill banks and all that being our women and the children that are covering and the dish is on with one of the mission by the diversity. we are a human being like very human. that is nora, not the gravity for someone to think of just thing,
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not. not to make object that be a lot to how people seeing other people who they think off of below distinction and. and when you speak about people thinking of others as being below the station you're referring to the cost system, right? the sort of social classification of people, the engine that runs in the social hierarchy, which is given sort of divine sanction cost. so you do have a society which preventative dividing mastery and then really kind of green hierarchy to do what total is the idea of inequality. any nicotine, you somehow institutionalizing this new or have someone to a chris and someone to be oppressed by. that is, what does bears water campaigns for the rights of indian legions of manual
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scavengers? these are people who physically enter and clean last sections of the country, sewage system, often without protective gear. he has an up close view of what it means to be a dollar or the lowest, a lower cost in the grip of append to pay for the more stuff that that is, that we are on the way in the cycle. you know what we can to get into that and doing the cut on actually the annotation that's coming down the cleaning of the hot sun every day. you know, even it can flow is no good. that is that is nothing. but we are facing the what the we will bring them into. one of them will be division and he wrote a lot of this is on drama to be up in the we're, we're waiting on the 20
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when i can i get off b, c, b, t, c, c, l is not what i mean. so let me know. josephine martinez is a historian and gender equity activist in spain. i spoke with her to understand how coded and inequality work in an economic and social context. completely different to that of a country like india. but we began with some of the issues that have played out similarly in both countries. for him, mostly in the us, who asked me what you see national what am i
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what i see on the line? what handler? i mean maybe it doesn't sound similar. no, no, i don't. and actually my time, you know, it was me see, let's see. let's it that i don't know if that can then it has really hammered home, some of the realities of the imbalances and divisions that exist in our societies. for instance, laid upon the hierarchy of label divisions between blue color and white color,
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non essential, essential workers of politics, gender women form a vital segment of frontline workers. according to the un, they make up 70 percent of the global health and social care workforce. recent data from italy, spain and the united states showed a $2.00 to $3.00 times higher rate of quivered infection among female health care workers compared to their male counterparts. women also perform more than 75 percent of unpaid care work, and almost 80 percent of domestic work locally affect largely dominated by migrant workers and other marginalized groups of color match the gus in finance on a lot of the meals that are some critter much shops on it and
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then it will not be in that is that it will, it will cost me see if there was a government decrease declared these people essential workers, didn't they? why did that backlash up? know they don't notice the soul. so it took how it is going to chose people who don't necessarily inequality leaves the
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shop imprints wherever it's measurable and it's also not possible. take the city of buffalo now, where residence of poor neighborhoods has been $6.00 to $7.00 times more likely to contract the virus than those in wealthy areas. in april, the rate of infection in the market area of sun survosity was $77.00 per 100000 inhabitants. meanwhile, just 6 kilometers away. look at this. the rate of infection was $533.00. in our prep, the oregon and sun here it said delivered jets working class satellite towns just outside of buffalo. now the rate of infection was even higher still at 604701 per 100000 inhabitants, respectively. manuel franco is a professor of epidemiology and public health at the university of color and madrid, and then john hopkins school of public health in the us. i asked him what might explain the differences between the neighborhood, one of them,
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what is the quality of housing and the amount of people living with you within the same household unit where we know so far is that you live in a small, flat 56 people it's pretty much impossible to keep the social distance in that we are right now. encouraging people to get the way our cds are segregated and organized nowadays. and doesn't matter if it's madrid, barcelona london or new york is some people get to choose or to pick where they want to live and others don't get to choose. and that's because of also where he started the reasons, it's not a fancy area with that, with lots of renew loan. then the perfect phase were low income people and you guys are going to come list. so at the end, you have an, a mixture of low income, elderly people with immigrants from different countries of origin getting to live in this area where we are seeing high rates of infection. again, that might get the money went up initial, but also law for the proto sally called
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us your mas now, for the month or so, i'm familiar with my bonus. it be when my shortest, how well will took a look if we need to get to my we tend to think that i see photographs a picture out in one moment live. they were stuff, but that's not the reality of our students. students are vibrant and one of the highly dynamic and those dynamics sometimes means for the better, sometimes means, or the worse. the real social distance in terms of health, in general, and very particular in this pandemic, is how are we stratified and how are we layered and organized on our society?
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at the end of 2017, the world health organization issued a report in which it said, at least half of the world's population, cannot obtain essential health services. and each year, large numbers of household being pushed into poverty because they must pay for health care out of their own pocket. what the w h o report was pointing to was that preexisting inequalities be they poverty, race, or gender? they will compounded by the fact that the systems and institutions that a meant to provide a safety net for the public have been chipped away up for decades. making them increasingly unable to provide the services they were created to deliver feel up to the book, but also what is the pickup? medicals, because i'm been like, i'm
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a come on the last. they did up the whole mucho really, really held emergency before you know. so how will it again, that is something that has been just undermined over the years. dr. di this is sort of hoping that you seems to consider that people have a right to him. i mean, almost a 1000000 to die every year or diarrhea and the hydrogen. you have a 1400 a di, dying of to work. so all of these crises are deepening now because they're not being get, well, no matter where you work or what country you're in. we're all at risk of the corona
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virus. however, that doesn't make the pandemic the grade level or some would have us believe it does not even add inequalities, because although the virus doesn't discriminate our current social and economic structures do that 2017 book i spoke about at the start of all this, the great level on the also head side. appendix is a force that could in the long run even out from inequalities. how was it in the historical data he studied? it was a catastrophic loss of life that pushed the changes. many more people have died of course 19 than should have. but if anything is going to push for reform and change post grown of ours, it's going to be the acute, an inescapable realization that are unequal systems not only unjust. a completely unsustainable in the early months of this year or in daddy wrote a piece calling this pandemic, a portal. i asked him what she meant by that. so what, when i said the pin down into the portal, i said we can choose either to walk through it,
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dragging the caucus to the own up page. you do 2 years and on we can go to it like leave it a new imagination. right now. those who are responsible for the data ideas are consolidating and they have to begging to drag all of this and all of us with them to the good people dying. of course, for people who didn't never cared about who have been out of the hands. and now, because just because it's contagious, because half of the of sex can reach. that is the reason. but perhaps you can really move towards the situation in which we just do not allow this one to continue. we have a good imagination. there's not going to fall into,
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i'm not going to have to wait long before the call, the crisis broke, the world was grappling with another global crisis. the climate breakdown, destruction of nature can lead to destruction of people. all hail the locked down, examines links between these 2 crises and asked why it took a panoramic to bring on changes that should have been made long ago. all these things, we would tell him a complete impulse suddenly become connected, the wake up call that can't be ignored on just the hello. here's the situation. weatherwise across the middle east. we are tapping into a bit of a sham ball down the golf at times. so for joe, we'll see that when northwest,
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but also shifts toward the northeast when it is the northwest, when it's dryer. so usually by the morning and by night you'll really feel that humidity ramp up. 43 degrees will be the high look at this 46 on wednesday, while above the average. next stop, we're go into pakistan and the winds have died down for southern areas of karachi. so southern areas of pakistan including karachi. so that means our risk of sand industrial ins starts to peel back as well, but don't get used to it because in the days ahead we will see those wind a ramp up as well off to turkey, where crews are battling fires for the 12 day in a row, a bit of rain rolling through, but look at this, this is concerning toward the black sea region. we do have forest fires, but we've also had flooding there for places like our hobby. and that is certainly not good news. talking about a lot of what weather for bungie, 50 millimeters of rain over the past 24 hours. seen those big storms pop up through the p. o. p. in highlands. pushing into south sit down further to the south,
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