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treatments and vaccine keeping you up to date with what's happening on the ground in the world and in the lab. now, more than ever, the world needs w. h of making a healthy, a world for you. for every one aah! ukraine's last offenders and mother, you polled back along inside a steel plant in the middle of a russian ceasefire to rescue civilians. ah, milan, darn jordan, this is out of there alive from dall. so coming up, amanda holland is underway in israel office. 3 people are killed and several wounded and stopping at their televi. covered 19 killed many, 3 times. the number of people reported by governments, but the w h o. death told his question by some of the worst countries,
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and violence breaks out and pots of columbia de often drug cartel bosses extradited to the lighted space. ukraine says russia still attacking the besieged steel plant and mutter you poll. despite announcing a cease, fought the site to let civilians leave some 200 people are still trapped there. many of them women and children together with about 2000 ukrainian fighters. the humans been working with both sides to get people out safely. cateel up as hot a young report. ah, it's considered the last pocket of ukrainian resistance in the shattered city of maria pull and the scene of heavy fighting for weeks. ukrainian forces, the russians are attacking the aso stall steel factory where civilians and soldiers are sheltering. an underground bunkers fight mckibben bell. some of the estimate of
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2000 besieged fighters including women, sing in the dark and wait for j. b. there is not enough food or ammunition even if out numbered. they say they have no intention of surrendering. the rent of the boy watson has the bloody fighting his going on for $71.00 days the defenders of the city have been fighting single handedly with overpowering enemy forces. a 3 day seas fire was promised by russia to allow civilians to scheme. ukraine says the promise has been broken. some women's children and elderly managed to make it out earlier this week, but others remain tramp alongside ukrainian soldiers. what you watch when you already won my family to get out, but not the way we did. it was a miracle we managed to live on the verge of life and death. ukraine's president is
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appealing for help to get the others to safety. today i spoke to you in secretary general, antonio gutierrez, and we discussed what we have already achieved and what is still necessary to do to save maria pole. and the defenders of merrier poll city. there is not a single day that i and my team wouldn't do this, and i am grateful to everybody who helps the kremlin, says accusations of broken promises or propaganda way in the cranium side. and especially those who are hiding in the, as of so planned a well 9 producing an enormous number of laws and folks every day. so we should carefully feel all the information we get from them. ukraine says russia is trying to destroy the strategically important city in the south. the ukrainian counter offensive is unlikely before the middle of the next month, when it hopes more weapons from allies will have arrived. castillo, this is a young al jazeera, been all the un 2nd to general antonio could tell. it says he hopes coordination
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between moscow and key will allow the evacuations to continue so far. in total, nearly $500.00 civilian song found a long way to awaited relief. after living and the relentless shelling and scarce availability of water, food and sanitation, the factories of cher, moving tales with un stuff, mothers, children, and frail, good parents spoke of that trauma. somewhat urgent need that medical attention. i hope that the continued coordination with moscow and key will lead to more military partners civilian safe passage from the fighting and 8 to reach those in critical needs. we must continue to do all we can to get people out of these l scapes. officials in the instance that you have come a tor say at least 25 people have been injured in russian shilling. several homes of school and other civilian infrastructure were damaged. the cities near the front line of fighting and ukraine's done in the province channel struck the
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explosion left the crater around 3 meters. deep flat in the surrounding residential apartment blocks were destroyed, the blast shredded trees in the park. what children usually play? this was one of a number of attacks across criminals in what was the largest similar sailors barrage of rockets in the city. since russia invaded ukraine over 2 months ago. we were sleeping woken by a series of explosions before there was one mass of blast. thank god, no one was killed. a couple of kilometers away this parade of shops and small businesses was also hit. the city men says that 25 people were injured in the attacks. it's miraculous that nobody was killed. soldiers have collected shrapnel to try and identified a weapon that was used until i heard it was
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a rocket attack. there was a siren and then huge explosion. my apartment is about 100 meters from and all the windows are below. now, the scale of the destruction here shows you just how powerful the explosion was. there are tens of flaps that have been pretty much completely destroyed in the bloss. ukrainian police say that they believe that this was a russian as strike and it comes at a time when the ukranian all me say that russian forces are trying to push it towards cremmit source and neighboring savanski. from the north. we drove north towards the russian controlled city of discarded blood soaked bandages, and a stretcher, wounded ukrainian soldier had been transferred to an ambulance only minutes before massena was really so much in a pre a be show. when all calls go along the road, they stopped shutting it in a shoot. any ambulances vehicles, as you say,
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it doesn't matter. ukrainian soldiers hide in the forest from russian drones above, artillery shell casings, litter of the ground. the soldiers won't let us filming, but they claim they have repelled 3 waves of russian attacks. and last week they gave us this video. they claim shows the retreating from russian artillery se on now holding the defensive position for what they currently can't do is stop cities like criminals. from coming honda, russian tanks, chill stuff, al jazeera cremmit sauce. when areas in southern ukraine also under attacked by russian forces correspondent audible homie is following developments near the kirsten region. what about 2 kilometers from the front? lie north of this region, that's an area that has been occupied by russia. we met some people this morning
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who had just arrived here on the ukrainian side, and they told us that they had to actually walk up to 20 kilometers under cover of darkness. simply because the russians wouldn't allow them to come to the ukraine in the side. they told them if you want to go to a safe area, then you should head south to the crimea, will insula the defense minister in kiva saying that russia is preparing for a big push on the southern front in 2 directions to the west, to the city. of nikolai of, and to the north, to the city of creevy, re susan, the people here say they have the more shelling. there was this morning as some of please don't. the mayor tells us that cluster bombs were found. he showed us some pictures. we cannot confirm that independently, but certainly when you walk around again, this scene, a village is completely abandoned. people left people do this bush will come
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sooner rather than later. those coming out of her. so i say when they're coming out as quick as possible because life there has become unbearable, they lack everything, food medicine, water in many areas. and also the occurrence is about to change from the thing and even to the russian rubel when you asked them, what about talk about a minute and the station of the region when man told us he didn't know exactly what were the plans, but certainly if you thought that those were happening, but he did say that the russians will find no one there because most of the people are trying to leave as quick as possible. a manhunt is underway and israel laughed at least 3 people were killed in a stabbing attack in the central city of a land. it happened as people celebrated the day is referred to as its independence day. stephanie decker reports from western rosalyn. oh ha,
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ha ha. the attack happened as israel celebrated 74 years of independence. this time in a lad and ultra orthodox city in the center of the country. a lad is very close to the occupied west bank. we do knocked her hair full indication. oh, if it's a one tourist or more, we are conducting ah, chase after him. now we have a helicopter with us and we are sucking roadblocks in order to catch him. residents came out to protest in the aftermath. it's the latest in a series of attacks carried out by individuals across israel, which is left at least 14 israelis dead. a spokesperson for hamas reacted by saying these attacks were the result of israel's occupation. the palestinians. u. n. middle east envoy tor venice land tweeted saying he was pulled by the attack and that it was deplorable that hamas and others continue to glorify and encourage such acts. with the one with opening the le bahati mostly the lot is really media
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replayed, a clip from hamas leader in gaza. yes. in war, who in a fiery speech last week called on palestine was to protect the luxembourg compound . referring to the recent escalations at the site by the entry of jewish religious ultra nationalists and encouraging individual attacks. defense minister, many guns met with the military chief of staff and these weighty prime minister naturally bennett, was being updated on the situation. the border crossings from garza and the occupied west bank had been closed since tuesday afternoon, due to memorial day and independence day. in what a standard procedure doing events like these in israel, the west bank closure has now been extended until sunday. as a result of this attack, stephanie decker al jazeera west drew slim. well, the attack happened hours after israeli forces injured 16 palestinians, and arrested dozens of others that the alex and mos compound in ocoee bodies. jerusalem made a report say, elderly men and young children among those detained israeli police vod rather bullets at palestinian groups for they accuse of throwing stones. the confrontation
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began not the jewish worshippers were allowed on the site the 1st time since the end of ramadan. while the spokesman for the you and 2nd general says, the escalating tension at the holy site is disturbing. we remain deeply concerned about the ongoing tensions in jerusalem, particularly around the holy sites. we once again repeat really a rate for our position at the status quo at the holy sites must be upheld and respected. no excuse for any violence, no excuse for any provocations of the holy esplanade. and they must stop now to prevent any further escalations. our representative on the ground toward venice lawn remains in touch with all the relevant parties to urge to urge calm and urge restraint. israel supreme court has upheld an expulsion order against 8
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palestinian villages in the occupied west bank, around 1500 people face being made homeless. they been fighting to stay in their homes and they must suffer yet a region for more than 20 years. israeli army designated the area and military trainings and in the 1980s. not not so come here now does air including turkey's cost of living rises been any 70 percent hitting a 2 decade high? and could the writing be on the wall for british rule in northern ireland we are in belfast as voting ends in an historic election, more stable. ah hello the stormy weather, the severe storms that swept across oklahoma and texas, they're not quite done with us just yet. so could see this area of low pressure which will drift across see playing the central plains,
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easing up towards the northeast, over the next day or so. i just don't want to southeast, we are still pulling up that warm moist. they're out of the gulf of mexico. see temperatures into the low thirty's here. some of that warmth actually stretching up broad across the plate, up towards the canadian prairies $21.00 celsius for calgary on thursday. we'll transfer into an 18 as we go on 3 friday as some re, some sleep snow also pushes in from western canada into the pacific northwest. that stormy weather that we have around the place or that is pushing up towards the appalachians, easing up towards the lakes, notting up towards new england, grassy, sweeping through. as we go on through sassed, i brightest guys do come backing behind. it warms up in houston temperatures getting up 35 degrees celsius cools down in calgary top temperature, just 11 degrees here. so quite a change over the next few days. not change too much across the caribbean, we still have showers lurking around cuba, hispaniola and also into jamaica. not too bad for the eastern islands, although one or 2 showers over the next couple of days.
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welcome back. a good reminder about top stories here at this hour. ukraine says russia is still attacking the besieged, still plan to matthew polt, despite declaring a ceasefire to let civilians leave. moscow denies is broken. the agreement around $200.00 civilians are trapped inside. at least 25 people have been injured in russian shilling in the eastern ukrainian city of grammar tours, homes or school land infrastructure damaged. he says it's trying to fend off russian troops pushing towards the city. and police have launched a manhunt and israel off at least 3 people were killed in a stabbing italian city of a large televi. 4 others were wounded. 2 of them in a serious condition. now moscow was preparing a military parade to mark the 77th anniversary of the end of the soviet war against nazi germany, known as victory day. crowds watched the rehearsal, but infantry and military vehicles massing in red square has been reported. russian president vladimir putin once a major victory ukraine in time for the parade on may,
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the night is rainy. prime minister says vladimir putin has apologized for his top diplomats remarks about adult hitler having jewish origins, rushes foreign minister survey lab. rob made the comments while trying to justify russia's claim. it was d, not so fine ukraine. that's despite the fact ukraine's president is jewish lab. rob also said jewish people can be the most ardent anti semites. international donors of raised about 6 and a half $1000000000.00 for ukraine. european leaders and officials were in the polish capital view. so for a conference and helping keep cope with the economic and humanitarian fall out of the war, it's triggered europe's worst refugee crisis since world war 2. the world health organization says the coven 19 pandemic lead to many more deaths and previously thought. it's estimated that almost 15000000 people died directly or indirectly from the virus in the past few years. how does your caspar recalls the world health
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organizations estimate of close to 15000000 global deaths due to coven 19? is nearly 3 times the official death count of just under 5 and a half 1000000 as reported by governments. the w h o says it used statistical modeling to arrive at the expanded number, which includes death directly from cove it and from other medical conditions that went untreated due to the pandemic strain on health systems. this is extremely important information for any one to have, especially policy makers and the public. we need to know the true goal of the pandemic. they have to remember that behind these numbers are people, according to the w, h o 's report code related deaths in india, or nearly 10 times higher than the official count. indian health officials pushed back against the report thursday, attacking the w a chose use of statistical modeling. please be sure that these kind
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of assumptions to reuse for the national pos heiss. norfolk argument size. i am to put us in board light is not desirable. other countries with large discrepancies, include pakistan, where, according to the w, h o, excess deaths were 8 times higher than the official covey death count. in egypt, it was 12 times higher. and in mexico it was double. i think on the experts all along are, were very aware of the, i let say shortcomings or tools that were not available right from the beginning. so, on the amount of testing in cetera, would mean that there were many desks that went on on, accounted for the w h o says most of the acts as des, were concentrated in southeast asia, europe, and the americas, and were in middle income countries. they also confirmed the global death toll was higher for men who accounted for 57 per cent of deaths. the w h o is the 1st to
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caution that it's report on global covered related deaths is an estimate in thus imperfect, but the agency says it is nevertheless important to get an accurate accounting of those hand damaged, told to better prepare for future threats. i did your castro al jazeera washington . there been reprisal attacks in columbia are often notorious cocaine. cartel boss was expedited to the u. s. to face trial. members of the clan, dell gopher, burned more than 30 trucks and buses, across northeastern columbia. security forces had been deployed there, the head of the organization known as, as tanya pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking and other charges in a u. s. federal court on thursday may hot report he was the most wanted man in columbia until his arrest in october. now wearing protective military gear. dido antonio saga, also known as
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o. tanelle has been flown to the united states, charged with drug trafficking, murder, extortion, and kidnapping. gas c o. h. that i thought i'd like to inform you that di, euro antonio will sugar yes. or, or torn, yell was extradited, is this criminal is comparable only to pablo escobar, killer of social leaders, abuser of children, boys, girls, and teenagers alike, the killer of police officers, and one of the most dangerous criminals in the world. atanya is widely considered to be the boss of the cleanser golfer, a powerful drug cartel that controls cocaine roots into mexico in the united states . is there one view this band? it was extradited to serve drug trafficking sentences in the us. but i want to be clear enough that once he serves those, and he will return to columbia to pay for the crimes he committed in our country. who toenails lawyer argued against his extradition, seen, he should be allowed to confess his role in columbia as nearly 6 decades of
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internal conflict. but that request was denied with the $5000000.00 bounty on his head, a tonia is now at the mercy of us courts to decide his feet. leah harding al jazeera us stop markets of slumped to day after the federal reserve announces biggest interest rate increase in more than 2 decades. all 3 major american indices went down with the dow jones, dropping about 3 percent tech stocks lead the sell off. the decline wiped out games on wednesday as investors faced most aggressive tightening of u. s. monetary policy since 2000 kristen fleming has more now from new york. this comes one day after the federal reserve decided to raise interest rates a half a percentage point that increased was widely anticipated and the market actually rallied after the announcement. it seemed to take comfort in the fact that the federal reserve chairman jerome powell said that there were not planning to raise
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interest rates more than 5 percent going forward. and in a bigger chunk that they would keep this kind of pace going forward. and the markets were reassured by that it rally, but today we're seeing all of those games are raced and investors seem to be having 2nd thoughts about where the economy is going and renewed fears that a recession could be looming. one key indicator that came out today is productivity . u. s. productivity declined 7 and a half percent in the 1st quarter. that's the most. it's declined in many, many years since 1947. so that's a big concern at a time when labor costs are up and that's a combination that is going to weigh on profits for companies. and so investors are concerned and pulling back. so today's declines have completely erased the games that were made yesterday, indicating a very volatile market and a very concerned group of investors. well, inflation is on the rise around the world. one of the worsted countries is turkey.
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consumer prices were up nearly 70 percent last month compared to a year earlier, so them cost the only reports from istanbul on the rising cost of living there. turkish citizens have been overwhelmed with rising prices, especially in energy and food. in the last one year, the annual inflation has reached nearly 7 to percent is expected to continue this way a but for the regular turkish citizens. the rising prices, especially in food, is making their lives more difficult. the reason the of the, the price hikes and turkey is one, the regional problems like the war in ukraine of between kia and moscow. and also turkey is domestic monetary policy. turkish central bank cut interest rates from 19 percent to 15 percent last september, which calls occur in sick crash and because of that turkish near our lost valley.
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and it is this meant for the turkeys citizens that they can buy less with the same amount of money. the government has tried to improve the living conditions of the regular turkish citizens by increasing the minimum wage and the pensions. however, people we have spoken to tell us that it, despite the increase in their wages, it is difficult for them to deal with the prices that are changing nearly every day . cash, you're cutting all costs and buying cheaper, otherwise it's impossible to survive. logan, i checked around today and all prices have risen, but i guess we will get used to us because i believe prices will eventually come back down. partially. turkish policymakers will believe that this high inflation is a temporary problem for the turkish people and the turkish economy. by keeping the interest rates low and a turkish new raw week against the u. s. dollar turkey will boost its exports and
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production and will a create a budget surplus by the end of the year. this is what the turkish economy administration things. however, the spike, they minutes, real finance believes that this problem will be overcome a by the need here. many experts warned that the impacts of this high inflation will be felt among the residents up to 3 years. some of the residents believe that the government is going to overcome this crisis as there is an election coming up in 2023. but experts warn this may not be possible. an opposition politician intern is here says the countries president is planning to dissolve all political parties and arrest prominent leaders. ok. magnitude chevy has called for protests. as anti said has been accused of a power grab after he dissolved parliament just over a month ago. i think superior, our people considers all the exceptional procedures illegal. the
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parliament should be also part of this national dialogue. i think they, we need not these acts of the president. we need not to suffer from these acts and these procedures, but this is to march. we'll, we'll continue our resistance heavy. now polls of clothes in northern ireland were a party that wants to leave the u. k. predicted to come out on top and elections for the regional assembly. shouldn't fain was once the political wing of an armed movement, which opposed british rule, but its dream of a united ireland is still a long way off. gentle hug force from belfast. a wind for the nationalist shouldn't fain, as opinion polls predict, would make history in northern ireland. it up ends a century of dominance by parties dedicated to the union with great britain putting on top a republican party that exists to forge a united ireland. that isn't going to happen imminently. and many voters were
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swayed instead by more immediate concerns. all united allens on the cards, new database leg, optum horton, me. what do you think that achievement think will teeth of a vice versa get equal rates will get better and better hospitals just to wishing open game she'd frame was once the political face of the irish republican army that waged a decades long conflict with the british army and pro british loyalist paramilitaries. its electoral success will have struck fear into the hearts of many unionists who already feel marginalized by westminster handling of breakfast negotiations with the e. u. and a new trade border in the i received that they say undermines northern islands place within the united kingdom that need to get a we call my. nobody wants to shouldn't be a minister in the union. the people don't want to be a minister coach for 1st,
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1st and foremost, if we have a day and you're going to call for a border poll, i don't know if there's even a question mark over whether the democratic unionist party leader will take up his position as deputy 1st minister behind, she feigns michel o niel. jeffrey donaldson says he wants to see border protocol removed 1st. in northern island, symbolism matters hugely. so while power sharing enshrined in the good friday peace agreement ensures that the positions of 1st minister and deputy 1st minister shared between the largest unionist and nationalists parties have exactly equal powers. the changing of places in the store months assembly. and this election carries enormous symbolic way. unionism isn't a very unfair place. northern ireland had its antique re last year. the celebrations were rather muted. and there was the sense of the future of the union, very much being at stake. and partly because breaks it and what that means,
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the northern ireland change relationship between overland and the rest of the u. k . with the tall agreements in the protocol. and but also what's going on with in unionism itself, it's very fragmented. and with that fragmentation comes the fun certainty over political stability in the short term and longer term questions about the future of northern ireland itself. joe, the whole al jazeera belfast ah . type of headlines here on algebra. ukraine says russia still attacking the besieged steel plant in matthew polt, fight and declaring a c 5. let civilians leave moscow denies. it's broken. the agreement around $200.00 civilians are trapped inside the us trying to get them out so far. in total, nearly 5.


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