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and i, i molly, inside this is the news ally from joe hall coming up in the next 60 minutes. a report from the front lines of ukraine where russia says it's targeting easton, i'm southern regions. flooding in bangladesh in india millions displaced and dozens are dead. alt monsoon rains come early u. s. president joe biden arise in japan. the next stop on an asia trip overshadowed by the thrust of more north korean weapons tests, and businesses forced to close and mark it's empty as inflation. i'm drought combined to drag down kenny as economy and his school ty, who was half pulled out of the u. s p j championship with has been struggling with injury and made a decision after shooting his was at the school in the tournament. hello
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and welcome to the program. we start in ukraine where russian forces are stepping up their bombardment of frontline cities seeking to gain military momentum. nearly 3 months solved to invading russia is now focused on securing and expanding its gains in the eastern dumbass region, as well as on ukraine southern coast. among the cities hit by shelling and missiles strikes, i'll call cave in the northeast mich alive and south patricia in the south. a reporter i said bag in sola dar town, which is pitted with craters. there's been fighting, taking place over the last few days. and you couldn't get in. it was just basically too dangerous. now we've managed to get in. it's very, very quiet in terms of there's no, not many people act on the street to show you this 310. this is the main can center street. it's very quiet. we've seen a handful of people around today, but if i could just show you some of the damage that's been done, i have to be careful not to triple the mud brick. and this,
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we understand where the installer is striking and this is the main center street. it's left this creature. and this is paul and the reason why so many people have left this time is a strategically located time. if the russians manage to get this, it's up on a hill and gives them a strategic location where they can gain more territory. one. that's why it's been quote over for the last 2 days, we were told that you play a military content. we had to talk about fight may co way in by foot and take it about 100 because i could time not had this residential building that they've been taking off, staying in bunker because they know the flights and stuff again, no way in this is constant. got full aircraft missiles,
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any sort of current incoming. and that's because this is, will we talk about? because it's saying that the east of been compelled, the russians have made the health, this is a private those that remain calm, going to go in. they don't have any way to go to, they don't have the money that has to go to have a place to go to, you know, have and there's only one shop open selling the basement, such as bread and you spoke to the woman. there are 900 for judy because we know bread and she's the only chase open that you're selling bread for these people. as i said, this fighting going on in the last hour or so. we've heard the strike on this time also because a rocket being fired, but this is the battle for solid and the russians managed to take the strategic location. they would have a massive advantage of the ukrainian and military had tons of other locations will
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be well within the washes defense ministry has given a briefing about its latest offensive saying its been hitting ukrainian military targets in the south declared easton republics that moscow banks there was like a high precision air based missiles have hit 3 command post 13 areas where ukrainian troops and military equipment amassed as well as for ammunition depos, near solar, dark, sol, done. that's people's republic, and your cova in lieu guns, people's republic, a little bit of people in and around, keep fighting a rather different battle. they're trying to rebuild their lives off to russian forces with through us go to zane bus. robbie who joins us live from ukraine's capital, saying what is the situation where you will well, unlike what we're seeing in the east, the continued shelling and missiles killing people and car keys husband,
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that's going to last 24 hours. unlike what we've been hearing of reports of russians re mobilizing to battle fields in the south, things are very different key. this is no longer a city undersea just return to its profile as a diplomatic hub. embassies have reopened here and then the last few days, there's been a flurry of visits by european leaders and it surprises it today. by arguably the leader of a country that is ukraine's possibly most important and high profile ally, the head of state, the president of poland. andre on j do, is in ukraine and has been speaking to ukrainians. here he has become the 1st head of state to address ukraine's parliament since the russian invasion of this country . and unlike countries like germany and france that have strong, traditionally strong business and political ties to russia, that have tried to strike a form more balanced and practical diplomatic approach in terms of dealing with russia and ukraine. throughout this conflict, poland has fallen squarely on the side of ukraine because it knows its leaders know
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that if you crane falls, said then suddenly the frontline becomes the polish border and to that effect, the polish president, speaking here in the capital, had a very clear message for a world leaders, for his counterparts in europe, that there can be no business with russia after what its forces have done in places like mario pole or the anchor and north of keith in the city of butcher. the bloodletting in future has made it one of the most notorious examples of russia's brutality in this war, bodies of murdered ukrainians may no longer lay in the street. and people are trying to go back to the way things were. but you don't have to go far to see what the conflict has left behind. so it's like these are common in places that have been taken back from the russian. this tank behind me seems to be pointing a gun. i would, might have been the last thing it was able to shoot at before it was disabled,
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well, completely destroyed over here is the entrance to ukrainian army base in the forest . now, the russians are no longer there, but the russian threat remains over. here is a sign that says mines which indicates that beyond this fence there are still land mines, an unexploded ordinance that have yet to be cleared. marcia lived under russian occupation in a village outside, boucher. she lost her uncle, brother, and best friend. all 3 men killed in the same place at the same time in the defense of their city for, but she wishes when a year should set the cable in the hope that it wasn't them until the dna examinations should. also many scenes indicated that it was too plain despair emptiness as lisa once. once that will never show, did you not get on the one who was going to the woods? they were shot. their bodies burned
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in what is left of the car where they died. it smells like death. she says look, you know, we did. so did the these men were killed more than a month ago, but they were found identified and buried just days ago about almost every once trumpeting about butcher, every once trumpeting about her mother about it appeared maria paul the same thing is happening there in kirsten. it's a horror, it's an order. wouldn't be as long as there is this, there will be war, she says, and everyone wants peace. it's the war in ukraine has broken so many communities in the towns and villages around ukraine's capital weeks after the slaughter investigations carry on. and as bodies are identified,
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the list of boots has confirmed, the dead gets longer. there are still more people to bury more people to more and more people to miss in basra v o 0 in kasinsky village near butram heavy rain has brought devastating floods to parts of india and bangladesh before the annual monsoon season in india is north west. some state, 800000 people have been displaced at least 14 killed, with moral not shortly, but we'll start a neighboring bangladesh where flood voices have forced more than 2000000 people from their homes. and hunting reports. this highway was one of the only things that didn't flood here in northeastern bangladesh. heavy rains, combined with overflowing rivers inundated this town. oh, well, i've got all my furniture is ruined. the entire house is under throat level. water
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goes off, up on a major embankment on the butter river, has also breached affecting at least a 100 villages. i've seen a huge flood in 2004, but this time it's even bigger, more serious, to be an estimated to 1000000 people are displaced with their homes damaged or destroyed in this farming community. men and women are trying to save the harvest. they have left drying their crops along highways. my face had got a new re, angie, buggy here. and every night, i only managed to harvest one 3rd of my patty from underneath the water. the rest was washed away and it's been 2 weeks since there was any sun. excessive rain has devastated whatever i manage to collect. i can't try this up. it's rotting, i'm appalled. well, no than me. i don't know. i mean, i think many parts of bangladesh are prone to flooding with about
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a 5th of the country submerged every year. but climate scientists say our warming world is making it more unpredictable. the monsoon season hasn't even started yet. leo harding al jazeera. let's go live now to our report, tundra chaudhry, who's in phillips on the dash. clearly, the sun is set where you are. tom better described to us the situation there. how bad is it? it is pretty bad. are mainly within last 2 decades. no one's seen flood like this insulin, this was a flood prone area. you know, not this bangladesh. right. the best thing of the, hey, malloy and the indian state of mega lion. i some so the onrush of water comes every year during the summer and flood suddenly areas are but not a big scale. we spoke to some of the villages where we went before this live and they told us that they haven't seen flood like this for decades. xena and things
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are quite bad. thousands of by actors of farm land. fisher has been destroyed, at least over 500 schools, been destroyed, or underwater. 600 kilometer roads are gone under the water bridges culbert. some of the smaller ones are under water. now people are desperate for fresh water and dry food. that's what the needs and medicine because if the stagnant water stays longer, of course there's that waterborne disease. that's the danger. what we know so far, the water forecasts says that there could be more rain in coming days, which could make things worse. because this is one of the highest rain prone area in bangladesh. it is near to cheat up on the walls, highest rainfall area. and those water will onrush, come from mega lion. i swam in india and go through bangladesh into the bay of bengal. not this pattern off. flood is been changing, obviously due to the impact of climate change. people haven't seen this kind of flood what we have to see how the monsoon season affects it brought there. anything
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that comes in ne, india will affect this part because this is the lower valley of not just india. and the water has to rush through here. so this cleared danger or more flood incoming days. i k 20 chattering deafness in slats, in ne, in bangladesh. thank you. let's go now to india's flood zone. putney michel is in macau, in awesome state. this is one of the houses of homes in the state of some that are now empty. we are in a gown district, this is one of the, this is the was affected district in the state. more than 300000 people here have been affected by these floods. many residents have fled, but there are those who are still living here. some say they're not comfortable leaving their belongings. others say they haven't found space in shelters. now rescue operations our own people are being en lifted in some parts of a sam in places like these where flood water levels are considerably high. people
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are being rescued by boat. it is also been given to people who don't want to leave, but people here have told us that they haven't received it. and those who have say that the food supplies haven't been enough, so they continue to live like this water here is knee deep level, at least in some places. it's even deeper. they say they don't have enough drinking water. they have very little food. they haven't made a living over the last a few days and are hoping that they get some more help from the government. now, the water that you're seeing over here is coming from a real river near by that has overflowed. it has brought with it some fish that villagers are catching to eat. now they are nervous about the fact that the real monsoon season is yet to begin. and usually that comes with heavy showers and flooding which could make the situation over here. even worse, an everton,
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we'll have an update on the forecasts, bangladesh in india, shortly in the weather. also ahead on the program, spain is feeling the heat. we look at how people are coping with unprecedented may temperatures. also whispering in his step, but there's little leisure time falster, alias prime minister legs and in sport. a shock defeat on day one of the french open sun. it will be here with all the action. ah, out is there. a media network continues to demand a rapid, independent, and transparent investigation into the killing of its journalist in the occupied west bank. serene barclay was shot in the head by israeli forces while she was on assignment in janine earlier this month. on the day of her funeral israeli forces storm the procession and started beating mourners, causing pallbearers to li,
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drop her casket. it didn't stop thousands of palestinians for marching through occupant east jerusalem to take part in her funeral and burial. members of the international community have condemned her killing and have been calling for an independent at investigation. sharina barkley was with al jazeera for 25 years covering the israeli occupation. she was known as the voice of palestine. has been an explosion in kabul near a hotel where senior taliban figures had gathered. 3 people have been killed. a commemoration event was taking place nearby for the taliban, former leader. since seizing power in august, the group has struggled to deal with repeated attacks on major cities. mostly i so linked groups he was president, joe biden has landed in japan on the 2nd leg of his asia trip after leaving south korea. as he works to reinforce partnerships in asia biden will attend our summit
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for the quad, which is in alliance of the u. s. japan, india, and australia. their focus will be, how's a counter china's influence in the region north korea's weapons test that also high on the agenda from. so florence larry looks at what was achieved in south korea who it doesn't get more succinct than a mere hello. that was you as president joe biden's response when asked if he had a message for north korean leader kim jong would. but he offered a lengthy answer. when asked how the u. s. and south korea would deal with nuclear or missile threats. we are prepared for anything north korea does. we've had we thought through how will you farm to whatever they do. and so i'm not concerned but she just just before he left for tokyo to continue his tour of asia. fightin and south korean precedent units. so pure visited an air force command center. julie
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was on a he, aaron space operation center. here is a key place for the republic of korea and united states to jointly respond to the increasingly sophisticated north korean nuclear and missile crystal. and it is a symbol of the republic of korea and u. s. alliance challenge legal, the joint appearance, the choice of location, to showcase the country's strong security alliance. a day earlier, the 2 leaders had agreed to step up military exercises and possibly deploy more strategic weapons to the region to counter north korean threats. there was also an offer to return to negotiations. although some analysts say north korea is unlikely to respond just yet. i think they're waiting to gauge what is going on with the new president of south korea, indian circle. and they already know a lot about i'm from his house dealings in the u. s. senate and his vice president . so i think they're just going to sort of buy their time and see what cooperative
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efforts may be in the future. north korea is dealing with a severe outbreak of coven 19, and has not responded to international office of assistance, including from the u. s. on and but to biden's visit was as much about security as it was about the economy. and he used it to highlight multi $1000000000.00 investments. south korean companies were making in the us biden will be in japan till tuesday, where he's expected to continue with the overarching theme of his trip to asia. that the u. s. is committed to the region. and although he's not set this explicitly, analysts say the u. s. once countries in the region to see it as a counterweight to china's rising influence, florence louis al jazeera soul. and rhode mcbride is in turkey. he looks ahead to the agenda in japan. president joe biden comes to japan with a view to strengthen ties with this very important ally in north east asia at a time when the united states and japan face a number of challenges on
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a number of different fronts. this is meant to send a message and to north korea at a time of increased missile testing and speculation about a possible and nuclear test. it also is meant to send a very clear signal to bay ging about. it's increasing assertiveness in the asia pacific region and its territorial demands. that is something which is felt very keenly here in japan, which is in dispute with china, her over various territorial claims in the east china c, a with events in ukraine. i think it also sends a very strong message to russia as the united states is leading. the international community in its condemnation are also in boycotts and sanctions. it is something which is supported by japan. and in fact, the u. s. has praised japan full rallying other countries in asia pacific to also condemn russia for its actions. all of these things will be discussed in the next a couple of days. this central part of tokyo, the streets at the moment,
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are quiet this sunday. but there is a very, a very strong police presence, and in the next couple of days, there will be all sorts of motor cade's back and forth to these meetings where all of these issues will be discussed, culminating in a meeting on tuesday of the so called quad security alliance of a japan united states, australia, and india. again, this loose alliance, which is meant to try to constrain china's diplomatic and military ambitions in asia pacific, australia's prime minister select his heading straight to walk to toko, shortly off to his sworn in on monday. and to the album easy promises to reset relations with the world and sweep aside what he calls an ineffective australian response to climate change. sarah clock reports from sydney day one in the nation's top job. and anthony albanese is promised unity and optimism to australian voters. he'll hit the ground running, boarding
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a flight to tokyo on monday for his 1st official meeting as a nation's leader. obviously, the quad latest meeting is an absolute priority for strategy. and it is, it enables us to send a message to the world that way. or there is a change of government. there will be some changes in policy, particularly with regard to climate change in our engagement with the world on those issues or to selection race was run on personality over policy. powerful swings let the conservative coalition party, without the numbers to hold on to government. voters drove the liberals out of key margin receipts. the outgoing prime minister returned to his church, conceding his party, misjudged the electorate. you've given us with right foundation from which we can walk what has been a very difficult walk. i got to tell you, i was the last almost 4 years boxer at the last election and we
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really understood that it was for such a time as this. and our now we both know it was for such a time as then new to parliament or at least 9 high profile female independence. the group campaigned for more action on climate change and legislating a federal integrity commission to investigate political corruption. that appealed to voters who abandoned candidates from scott morrison's party in blue ribbon seats love to fit the independence. i think real change and a step forward and for the environment, a fair like maybe nozzle time for us to do something different. and if we can get action on climate change, then that's going to be quite exciting. this election has seen a seismic shift in australia's political landscape. not only is there a new group of independence, demanding major action on climate change, the grains party is also highly, as the best result ever dramatic gains in both the lower and the upper house. the
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postal vote is still being counted and some seats remain undecided that the labor party has vowed to get down to business with a more united approach to federal politics. sarah clark out his ear seeing let's get an update on the weather now. focusing on asia. he is everton, follow the seasonal rains. really pretty lively across southern parts of china with the moment and there will be further heavy downpours as we go through the next day . or so you can see this massive cloud, this weather from that is the a may you front, getting a little stretched out as it pushes out into the open waters. it's now with the process of easing away from japan. japan last heat royal or the will be some showers just rattling their way across the hall. kado northern parts of han, she replied disguised, come back in by the end of monday, $25.00 celsius in tokyo. not too bad. hot and dry for sol over the next couple days . 29, maybe 30 degrees here. similar temperature to into beijing. plenty of water for more than parts of china. plenty of dry weather as well. but the wet weather will
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continue across southern areas. joining up with a heavy showers that we have across northern parts in particular of are in though china joining up with the monsoon range. which of really packed up just around me and mar, northern parts of thailand, said live, shouting to the philippines into malaysia. wanted to shout still in place there, across indonesia, plenty a shout across southern parts of india, a lot of work. whether continuing into the eastern side of the bourbon goal, the monsoon race pumping some really wet weather into a good part of being mar, noticed some wet weather. she was a less hot weather for northwestern india and pakistan. lol to spain on. during reco breaking temperatures, some of the whole series of rates more than 40 degrees celsius, which is unprecedented. for this time of year. people have been advised to keep out of the sun. that's not possible for everyone. katya lopez, hota young reports, warnings have been issued in at least 10 regions in spain, most exceeding 40 degrees celsius, from the capital, madrid, to utter,
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gone in the northeast, and in the city of high in, in the south. it's 15 degrees hotter than usual. for those who work outside, there's no escaping the intense heat. naya is a dancer in seville, she was looking forward to more crowds after co, with 19 long towns. now the new challenge is the temperature. you know, i ordered a rama, we don't have another option. we live in seville, so we have to get used to it from now until september. otherwise we can work. so despite the heat, we just have to push through sandra, works in tourism and is used to being our doors for hours, but not under the scorching heat ominously. give it about it. no. so that i wouldn't recommend that we have our sales staff here on the street and the weather does affect them. but our company makes sure to bring us water all day. so it's not bad. i try to drink a lot of water and stand near air conditioning for a bit when i can say we, i mean a lot of asi,
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but air conditioning isn't an option for everyone. maria's sympathy the month of may has always been cool. but this year it seems, it went directly to summer, but we have to be outside spain's record breaking spring. weather is a result of hot air coming from north africa. scientists say climate change is making heat waves more frequent and more intense. and they worn things make it worse. katya locus of the young al jazeera, chandra bush on his chief executive b international form for environments, sustainability and technology. he says heavy rain and heat waves, the proof of climate change. one should have expected of such heat in spain, greece and bought you go somewhere in june, but yeah, i mean to say 40 degrees now is backed up along with the fact that the videos also
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have bravo city to forest fires. we have seen the last few years, huge lot of fire in greece, portugal in spain, so not good for spain. and as every scientist in saying that you can see the piercing nature of climate change and this is climate change. this is the beginning of the was part of climate change that the world is experiencing, have a started to experience. you know, the science is clear. if you a higher temperature, you will have higher evaporation. so if you look at the part of northern and not waste, india and pakistan on that extreme heat and extreme hit, also left to, you know, huge in please in moisture, which has fallen on northeastern part of india and butler. these and these are not mom. so, and these are, these are most of the still to come. so high heat will always be a company by high precipitation, extreme weather, even again, the clear signature of climate change. so last few weeks, we were talking about 49 d, b temperature in the sun,
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and northern and western part of india. now we are talking about extreme rainfall in northeast and part of the vision and still ahead on al jazeera stalking up the emergency action. that's being taken in the us to help feed babies. also. i'm charlie on site at the cannes film festival, where frances treatment of its former colonies is being laid back on the big screen . and one last pep talk manchester cities quest for another english premier lee title comes down to the final game of the season. as in the sports coming up with summer. ah, dep light emitted from history kept alive only in the family. tales of those who survived is hard to believe for people who didn't finish the astonishing story of the polish women and children who endured the siberian glass and sought refuge in
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ah. the watching out as a reminder on top stories this hour, he was president joe biden has landed in japan. alta leaving south korea is sought to bolster secures, in economic ties on his bus asia trip. on tuesday, his g to meet the leaders of india, australia, and japan. millions stranded in bangladesh and india with floods have submerged villages where links have been cut off in the northeast indian stage of his psalm, where more rain is cost. ukraine's war is a significant factor in causing high inflation around the world in kenya, there warnings of civil unrest if the government can't control rising prices. r m a toss our reports from campbell i. selina younger says she's struggling to feed her family. she sells fish, and with the cost of living rising in kenya, she's noticed
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a drop in customers are in the command of computer every day. prices are going up and things at half up. you're not seeing any improvement. and things have got worse when the price of fuel went up to your credit, as in so many other countries around the world. the curve at 19 pandemic. and the economic problems that followed have hit kenya hod taxes and prices are both on the rise in albany as it's a one time thing because it can be true. demonstrations been prior to a sustained period. we got a good government coming cushion treating people like carlos on responding to wheat con could be petted us miriam. ellen's recently closed on her cellphone. she say she couldn't afford the rent electricity bills and other expenses. she blamed the government for failing to stop the rise in the prices to hurt or by do and many have been closed down. and if we goes like we, if it goes on like these moral businesses, i'm going to shut down across king
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a household budgets aren't buying as much as they used to a general election is due to be how'd here in august the economy and price increases a bound to play a big role in how people vote some say they may not even vote at all outside the city. the situation is worse in northern kenya, a drought has left millions of people facing severe hunger. the world bank projects king as economy will grow by around 5 percent this year in some parts of the capital nairobi, new buildings at infrastructure are being constructed. but people who are struggling said they not feeling the growth for many of them. life is just getting harder, harder matessa autism, campbell king. let's get a snapshot of inflation elsewhere in africa. it's nearly 17 percent in nigeria, driven by higher fuel on food prices. the figure is closer to 13 percent in egypt, where it's central banks been raising interest rates to try and bring it down.
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south africa has been doing the same. it's inflation rate pushed 6 percent in march and april. can if a is a lead consultant at the economic community of west african states or equal and at the central bank of nigeria, he joins us from a boucher thank you for your time. the african economies tend to be much no problem . you're very welcome. african economies tend to be much more fragile than western nations in light of that, how much harder they hit by soaring prices. they had indeed because they were struggling. i mean, quite a few things. one, the tribe beauty because when we were asked troubling 2, could we be the impact of could be done practically every aspect of economic latch, on not least to be fiscal stretched out many african countries or had been to fish on none of the poor fit you now have climate challenges and, and you have me, quinn there, russia war, putting watch, bridge on,
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on prices. not just the prices of things coming directly to africa. ledford lies, but also rises off. all the indoor for materials are sent to africa for i can't even accept them in if you think niger for them did percent holloman factoring capacity depend on it booked and roger and they also have narrative portal gamble that lit and i cups all of my students and i am, i priced monthly because of the christian oil prices, but also to find that the russia controls quite this'll 1st was a wild gas to europe. and you can see the impact rat training. you look it big treatment, but not africa. and as well as different leather that pushing to bridle for less than the gases also involved in that. and any on wheat, which is a major practice, i'm going about 50 percent is of course interests. i saw all of the sugar cane i she got now going on. so all of the, my impact in african they come is, you know,
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when i was in before, because this is a combination of all sort, fucked. the whole thing that can go on capitol is gone wrong on well, we're having a hard time dealing with this. i'm of course in the spring meeting on the ward back and i am the ward band, w t o m f f o. and they're you and what, what food program come to get on, you should enjoy it one in that that needs to but to, into me look at when we have to be pushed below the poverty line and, and there's an urgent need to invest those top way i mean, pending apostrophe, and evidence is not far fetched in america. you've seen them getting an interest player in a cindy hired since what to use you get some bison the highest and i was at the saw it just locked your thoughts. yes, it was up. oh, come on. yes. been that don't smoke? watch me though we. we really are the shop. yes. so what can be done about it? because we've seen in south africa, for example, the central bank put up interest rates to bring down prices. how effective a tool is that in bringing down prices in african countries?
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what are the downsides? because that's been reluctance in some countries like nigeria for example, to put uprights. what is it the thing is that do you need a combination of fiscal quantitative? fiscal? i'm looking to trade policy innovation, and to be able to act imperative to actually reduce the impact. for example, you will need more support to the family because in the household doesn't have the money that the demand will be diminished. so whatever you do on my side, you have to do it got to get to one, we collapse at the same time, you need to soften if i the central banks in these areas will have to am at craig banks to lend duct cheap rates. and then you also saw africa, and by coming the concentrate on a 1500000000 actually back lindy, you had on, i say, will want one with a little reduced in offered a mall. and a one you don't have does offer him of our land to be used for rice one. we don't
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have a for me to $50000.00 for so good. i'm going to preach it back on her bus will. so yeah, so by the practical, by getting 5 medium funds. but you just want other countries to do the same. we need to try get different modem from us and then get them as much. grandson lost a greg graham grant and, and lucas interest. and that goes on close to 3 of those and then subtlety for me. i went from the central bank to the commercial banks to the store, to the loan. so those more funds so that you know and let them enjoy it. very smooth. and so that you can push more resources at both ends, the productive and the most. i did one fact that for the good so that you need but but, and also of course the i m f on the me. there was bank also we cannot measure that . we use the partial payment for some of those after that conscious to keep the supply line group or because if they don't have or not. but i'm in fact the find
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that the, who the newest bank does hidden for hi, chris, in the wanted to point to rates doesn't mean that they will start to reprising the loans. i'm over 60 percent or more bits are denominated in box. yeah, you are going to see what i to space here. 9 are conscious older and briefly briefly mr. j. as you've been saying, african countries is much more vulnerable to economic shocks in the west, people already living on minimum wages. so obviously price is jump, it will hurt more. what are the risks in light of that, of political and instability in these countries? oh, but you know, you security, but the good, what's cool is the ability. i'm all of the security inclusive dollars, jim banditry, i head off on my crushes, 0 percent bridges, easement on board. they are actually giving the highest impact on food because the new woman can go out to the fans and those who have to have that covered. so that
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the biggest will and these are symmetric, so you couldn't do much about the, the conference, us metric in mitchell. so it is not so deep joy is it to respond to those. but by the biggest shock that we have on off with us on the system. so government have to come to that. they give moment conversation greenville suppliers office. i, i, you know, as seeds on them, you know, getting more from us, the support sort of coming up could production and that's where to continue to go. i just read it to chris. ok for me to get the book. ok can really get to talk to a very difficult situation at lee consulting at the economic community of west african states, also known as eco s. sink is people in the tie capital bank hawk are facing for a new governor. 6 years after the military seized control of the office opinion policy, jess independent and opposition. candidates are leading field ma'am advertisement.
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this is bunker box 1st governor election since the crew that brought the military to power in 2030. the military removed the previous elected governor in 2016 to his tom, please general asked when one more in the job. now he says he's running as an independent candidate, though many still see him as the chosen hominy of the military guy. yeah, my luck day with are going. yeah, i want to continue serving the people down. it's common to run for an office for another term. i know that i was appointed, but now i want to be elected with them. one wants perceived closeness to the crew leaders may cost him at the polls. his me rival, engineer, and former minister chad chart, city point and joys white support among young people who fill the streets on many occasions to protest against the military coup and demands reform. he says he has a vision for a more modernized, more prosperous capitol. like then,
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i'm glad that up doesn't matter if you're an independent candidate or backed by political parties. the governor has to remove his allegiance to a political party and has to try his or her best to take care of the people. city points, young supporters who failed to have their demands met through protests, see the selection as unlikely opportunity for change. they don't want to miss it. this is a mall, or there is a huge crack down on young for testers. it's probably the 1st clash between for testers and police officers. you think that those kids who came on to fight on the street were not comfortable with that. hm. hey, i've been gone today and i, i think it will show that young people care about politics and they are aware of what's going on. they are not just someone who hides behind the keyboard. it is time for us to choose who should lead us and how the city will move forward. the last bank or government election was in 2013. and for 9 years or position, voters have been waiting for a day. you like this,
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hoping it will allow them to get by the ballot box. what was denied them by force since the military cool. armored fun. jessica? well, my mom, now female news readers in afghanistan must cover their faces while on air. as of sunday, it's been decreed by a ruling the taliban. earlier this month, the country's leaders declared that all women must fully cover themselves again in traditional head to toe book has a decrease have drawn protests from right after i write activists. ma cobbler's umbrella before the taliban de craye. we were observing to hija both on and off screen because this is one of her obligations. thank god we are muslim. what this kind of face covering has no islamic justification and is noted in our culture out . it's just an outside culture imposed on us creating problems for a presentation. mom. all the 32 tons of baby formulas being brought into the u. s. military base and germany. a critical shortage is due to product recall by leading
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manufacturer is one of supply issues. audio customer has moved from washington. these us soldiers are loading precious cargo onto a military plane in germany. 32 tons of baby formula, enough to fill one and a half 1000000 bottles for hungry children back in the us. we're getting to help american citizens who are in need of help and you can always depend on us when you need a president. joe biden announced the campaign operation, fly formula this week. several flights will take formula manufactured in europe to america. after the us food and drug administration lifted some import restriction bite and also invoked the defense production act, allowing the government to more quickly restore formula to store shelf. and i've directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's an up safe baby formula. and then as quickly reaching families needed the most. this is one of my
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top priorities. biden has come under increasing pressure to resolve the countries baby formula shortage down about 40 percent from normal supply levels. the problem began with pandemic supply chain issues and grew worse in february when a major formula factory closed due to contamination issues. the f. d. a says abbot nutrition plant in michigan is now safe and will resume production soon, but it could be months before its product returns to shelves. it's been impossible to find kim unnatural, is on the last can of formula she has saved for her 5 month old daughter. like other parents. she's had to turn to in perfect solutions to keep her baby fed. she's giving her daughter more solid foods. it was earlier than what the pediatrician had recommended. a friend pretty difficult for us to navigate now that were literally in our last can. the baby formula flights are just a stop gap,
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and it remains to be seen how quickly the which hungry little mouth, heidi joe castro al jazeera washington films on colonial history of drawing attention at the cannes film festival. to film delve into the treatment of africans conscripted into the french army. charlie angela reports from can frances colonial past one of the big themes on the screen a can this year generating discussion and introspection. i saw the soldiers set in well, one is the story of a young senegalese man, forced to serve in the french army his father than enlist to watch over him. shot on the handheld camera, it shows the horror of war for the thousands of senegalese, torn from their countries to fight for france. it does now see of the netflix theory lupa. he says we have the same story but not the same memories. cultural
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commentators say depictions of this aspect of francis colonial history, a very rare phone. in fact, it's the 1st time that we've ever seen a film of this scale on this subject with a well known cast, including all massey who's a make a saw here in france. and abroad. so it is a very big deal to see. feel like this and see the screen. it can either be another story. is aki follows a few of the $200000.00 difference, recruited into the french army to fight against that countryman. and it depicts how most are he abandoned, how many killed, when algeria gained, independence, director phillips will call his generation later. children of these fighters still carry shame and stigma that new truck. it's a story that has had wide repercussion. human damage not only promotes live through the war, but also the generations that followed. and there are more stories yet to be told. now jerry or the ocoee are still considered traitors. act mohammed move,
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fuck admit his family. were wary of him taking the road. that's why my dear my father, so many questions. why was it being feel in morocco? why is it being directed by a frenchman? you said, why do you have to play a hockey? but then i read him the script and he gave me permission to go a while a menu on that call government has acknowledge mistakes made and al jerry and west africa. the details of these events are not widely known in from both direct to say it's vital these stories a told and we've can is a launching pad. hope that films will generate discussion about these painful periods of history. charlie angela out there can so i had a net sport with santa there is a surprise way to heading into final dave the u. s. p. j a
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. how do you state control information in china local go. if you tried to search the war tenement, we find it is trying to make the whole country for kit. how did the narrative improve public opinion? the headline died and that allowed the children to continue to die too. how is citizen journalism we framing the story? i'm here to document the war crimes committed by with his resume, the listening post dissects the media on al jazeera. the latest news, as a brilliant grave, has now been sealed, but even after her death, she continued to tell the policy in store with detailed coverage. a newly released report says that gun related death in the united states reach an all time high. during the pandemic from around the world, the heavy pushback has long been a whole lot of the outgoing administration. rodrigo to tear date, had little tolerance with.
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ah ah, it's time for the thought here. santa thank you very much, marlene, well taco was, has pulled out of the u. s. p. j championship, which has been struggling with injury and made the decision after shooting his worth ever score in the torment. and which is in reports. moments like this have been all too rare for tiger woods at the u. s. pga championship ah. the struggle saturday before his 3rd round even began in oklahoma woods, his injury issues were clearly evidence why this was only his 2nd tournaments since
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suffering multiple leg fractures in a car crash last year. 3rd, before 5, he went on to record 5 consecutive bogey's for the 1st time in a major sitting in joint last place. after a 9 over par, round of $79.00, the 15 time major champion, the decision to withdraw from the tournaments. the top of the leaderboard has an unfamiliar look playing in just his 2nd major. mito pereira has a 3 shot advantage over the rest of the field, which elaine had no hesitation in naming psych, a woods as his biggest go think, inspiration, who are your role models? when you were young, we looked at them and said, that's how to do it. i mean, tiger for sure. any more local or how me not tire was the biggest one. he did what he had to whenever he had to do it. heading into sundays, final round,
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none of soft 6 of one a major. england's maps, fitzpatrick is in a time the 2nd after a 3 into par, round of 67, he can really look of not many chances to win. but when i have played well have not lost it so ah, yeah, i'm more just looking forward to more than anything. you know it's, it's a chance to win. and i just wanna, you know, i'm a for alpha omega t of now if we can 1st round leader roy macro did go close to a hole in one on saturday. but his title hopes of faded mcroy is now 9 shots off the lead. and he richardson al jazeera well, the current open house started the, with the big upset in the women's store. number succeed, their own stubborn lost and 3 sets against that my belly net of poland. going to
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this match the tennessee and had been the leading women's players on play the season after 17 when on the surface and a title thread or effort. your 1st grand slam title has ended on the winners of the english premier league. it will be decided in the next few hours . manchester city have a one point advantage over liverpool heading into the final round of games. if city beats aston villa, then the title is there's in recent weeks that city manager pet. guardiola has suggested that most of the countries back in liverpool, he was surprised to find out that many majesty united fans would actually prefer his team to win the championship. so united legs more stephen liverpool. oh my god, then no you don't. you the true. so i was wrong, one is saying that every one, once liverpool in this country,
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liverpool are at home to wolf's an have to hope but city slip up. the team are sicilian with the chance of winning the quadruple of trophies. they've already secured the f, a cop and the cup and next week it take on rail madrid and the champions league final 2 games to go is only one hour and over. 2 games was unbelievable. it's if it's like 5 minutes ago. it was 7 games. that's how it is was, is it was like this bam. and here we go to files while really to file to play file since ages, but now really to finals and it's massive. it's absolutely massive. and yes, it is the most exciting type of micro clam bap here has celebrated his decision to stay pi sanchez. martin style he netted 3 times for the friend champions and their final league game of the season. as they beat mets at 5 mill, bobby had been linked with the move to rail madrid. but he said decided extend his deal with p. s t. he spanish league describe the deal as scandalous,
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claiming the agreement threatened the economic sustainability of european football and miss penalty decided the winners of the german cub path to the final finished level at 11, r b. leipzig at beats a fable in the shootout. slide 6 1st ever made it trophy the all women's team have won a record extending 8th that european champions league title, spectacular effort from amount in all he got them going as they beat barcelona in front of more than 30000 spectators in touring the on did all their scoring in the 1st half of the final to win the game 3. 1 is, was the 6 champions league 3 and 7 years and the miami, he'd have regained the leader in their playoff series with the boston celtics,
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were just over 2 minutes ago, boston got within the single point of the heat in game 3 of the eastern conference finals but miami, held on to secure the win and take it to one lead in the best of felony. and thus those wilful man to back to merlin. thank santa. and that's it for me, molly, inside for this news hour. i'll be back at the top of the hour. warn you. stay with us. lou. a with an honest with me. i'm a for this to you for those. and we say that the home and i ya today, and i was in the 1000000 a reseller to, well,
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the home that the put up with a, you know, you're the one i don't the building in a shooting avita to live a deadly hunt that was eliminated. from most of australia decades ago is killing young women in most indigenous communities. one of one e. investigation on the algae there. a
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diverse range of stories from across the globe. from the perspective of and networks, journalists on al jazeera blue. i was raised in france. these are my grandparents. these are my parents, and this is mean fighting both isis and the 1st of a 2 part epic tale of a remarkable family. the father, the son, and that he had bought one on al jazeera in australia, snowy mountains, thousands of wild horses, grey's own alpine plains giving spine poetry books and films, creating an epic, me about these intelligent creatures and their place in australian culture. but today they're at the heart of a bit of battle by say it from the perspective of the country and they're not meant
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