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though i'm carry johnston here with the news. our license, welcome to the program, are coming up the next 60 minutes a report when the front lines of ukraine. russia says it's targeting easton and southern regions, millions displaced and doesn't stay, does heavy rainfall early than usual. sweeps across parts of bangladesh and the north eastern indian state of our sam. more than $32.00 tons of baby formula is about to arrive in the us from europe is america faces a critical shortage and businesses forced to closing markets empty as inflation and drought combined to drug down kin economy. and for tiger woods is pulled out of the u. s. p ga championship, which has been struggling with injury and made the decision after shooting as worst ever score in the tournaments.
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the we start in ukraine by russian forces are stepping out there bombardment of front line cities seeking to gain military momentum. and the 3 months after invading russia is focused on securing and expanding its gains in the eastern dumbass region and don't ukraine's southern coast. among the cities hit by shilling and missile strikes, a ha, keep in the northeast, and the clive. and as a result in the south or puerto acid bake is installer dot a town fitted with craters. there's been yes, 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 it. it's very, very quiet in terms of there's no, not many people act on the street to show you this. this is the main town 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 we understand where the
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installer strike 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 managed to get this, it's up on a hill and gives them a strategic location where they can gain more territory for. 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, make away in by foot and take it about 100 because i could time not had this residential building that they've been taking. i live in bunker because they know fighting again, no way in this time constant. got full aircraft missiles, any sort of current incoming. and that's because this is an we talk about,
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because it's saying that the east of been compelled, the russians have made the health. this is a private for those that remain calm, going to go in. they don't have any way to go to. they don't have the money to not have to go to 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 nice judy because we know bread and she's the only chase open that you're selling bread for these people. i said this fighting going on in the last hour or so. we've heard the strike on this time also because i'm rock it 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 ukraine and a military had the tons of other locations will be well within the
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russian defense ministry gave a briefing about its latest offensive saying its been hitting ukrainian military targets in east. there was like a high precision air based missiles have hit 3 command postal phone, 13 areas where ukrainian troops and military equipment amassed as well as for ammunition, depos, near solar, dark, sold and done. that's peoples republic and new cova in lugens people's republic. a little bit when, meanwhile, people in and around kids fighting a different battle, trying to rebuild their lives off the russian forces, withdrew his name was robert joins us live, not from the ukrainian capital saying what the situation like where you are. well, i'd like to start by giving you some information from another european capital. the german chancellor olaf shoulds announcing today that germany will commit lethal a lethal weapons that will deliver lethal weaponry to ukrainian forces as well as
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money for ammunition artillery and interceptors. this will certainly be welcome news to a city that was for so long under siege and is no more under siege. keith has really changed his profile in recent days and weeks. this is now much more of a political hub. once again, we've seen embassies reopening. we've seen a flurry of visits by european leaders and today a surprise visit by arguably ukraine's closest ally, poland, the president of poland onto to do the here in the capital. keep on a surprise, visit the 1st head of state to speak at the ukranian parliament since russia invaded this country and had a message from the capital of ukraine for world leaders. we've seen many european countries take a very practical approach. in the months since the invasion to russia, as well as ukraine, trying to strike some sort of compromise poll and of course, came down squarely on the side of ukraine. because leaders know if you crane is
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unable to hold back russia the front line of the fight with russia move very quickly to the polish border. the polish president here in ukraine had a message for world leaders. you said there can be no business with russia after what its forces have done to cities like for younger mario, pole, and north of keys in the city of butcher. the bloodletting in boucher 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, but shot the wishes of an idea. she said the people in the hope that it wasn't them until the d. n. a examination should also many scenes indicated that it was too pain, despair, emptiness as isa wounds wounded. this will never show, did you not get on it? when he was in the woods, they were shot. their bodies burned in
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what is left of the car where they died. medical it smells like death. she says. yes, we did. so did they? yes. these men were killed more than a month ago. but they were found identified and buried. just days ago, she was still messed up. everyone's trumpeting about butcher every once trumpeting about half about it. and maria paul, the same thing is happening there in kirsten. it's a horror. it's an order book. it wouldn't be as long as there is, there will be war, she says. and everyone wants peace. who are the war and 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 and flooding has devastated parts of india and bangladesh before the annual monsoon season. in india's northeast, in some states, 800000 people have been displaced and at least 14 killed. i have more that shortly . are we start in a neighboring bangladesh where flood waters have forced more than 2000000 people from their homes? they are holding 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, i want all my furniture is ruined. the entire house is under throat level. water
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goes off. 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. foster had got them and re n g buggy here. and every name, 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 on the polled. no than me. i mean, 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 are warming world is making it more unpredictable. the monsoon season hasn't even started yet. leah harding al jazeera convert, challenging, has more from it to that, and bangladesh. 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 a 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. so i'm in india and go through bangladesh into the bay of bengal. not this pattern of flood is been changing, obviously due to impact of climate change. people haven't seen this kind of flood
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what we have to see how the monsoon season affects it farther. anything that comes in ne, india will affect this part because this is the lower valley of ne india, and the water has to rush through here. so this cleared danger of more flood incoming days. now to india's sod zone, has any natal is in a gal in a santos, thanks. this is one of the thousands of homes in the state of a song 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 n lifted in some parts of a some in places like these were flood water levels are considerably high. people
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are being rescued by boat. it is also being 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 neil 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 nearby 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. on the 1st u. s. military air cross carrying 32 tons of baby formula from germany. as does
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landed in u. s. the state of indiana. america has seen a critical shortage due to a product recall by the country's leading baby formula manufacturer as well as supply chain issues by the administration, mobilize the military and invoked the defense production act to quickly restore supplies. id. jo castro has more 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 dubbed 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
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defense production act, allowing the government to more quickly restore formula to store shelf and 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 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 shelf. it's been impossible to find him. a natural 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
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baby fed. she's giving her daughter more solid foods, though it's earlier than what the pediatrician had recommended. print very difficult for us to navigate now that were literally in our last can. the baby formula flights are just a stop gap, and it remains to be seen how quickly the which hungry little mouth, heidi joe castro, al jazeera washington. dr. oscar elaine is an expert in the ologist and public health ex, but he says the shortages could have been avoided in the u. s. there are roughly about 4 companies that account for about over 90 percent of the manufacture formula. so the issue was essentially one of those companies and manufacturers who accounted for about a 5th of the all the infant formulas in the u. s. a centrally what put one of its major plants down by virtue of having some concern around actually,
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but she which the regulatory agency found and made a declaration. so the shut down essentially led to it can be done by virtue of stockpiles or inventory is basically flying off the shelf and really getting us into this particular shortage which was somewhat unseen but could have very much been prevented. it's important to know that the u. s. heavily regulates it's for formula. so their nutritional standards that are sometimes a bit higher in the u. s. than other particular places. so it's not as easy to say, let's use a foreign market. our formula. what has been done centrally looking at ways for the, for the regulatory agency to permit other foreign markets to supply cost me. a quick example of the u. s. requires there to be nutritional standards that
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are rocks from 0 to $12.00. whereas in europe, there may be other variations to that us present. joe biden has landed in japan on the 2nd leg of the asia trip after leaving south korea. and he was to enforce partnerships in asia. buying will attend a summit for the quote alliance of the us, japan, india, and australia. focus will be to count to china's influence in the region. north korea's weapons tests are also high on the agenda from so for st. louis, look, search what was achieved in south korea. 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. in south korea would deal with nuclear or missile threats? we are prepared for anything north korea does. we've had. he fought through. how
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will you fond to whatever they do? and so i am not concerned suggest just before he left for tokyo to continue his tour of asia, fightin and south korean president unit secure, visited an air force command center. julie was on it. he air and 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 miss south bristol. and it is a symbol of the republic of korea, an 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
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president of south korea, president units like y'all. and they already know a lot about biden, 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 efforts may be in the future. north korea is dealing with a severe outbreak of cove at 19 and has not responded to international office of assistance, including from the u. s. sudden, 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 u. s. 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 said 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 sole, and robin mcbride and turco looks ahead to the agenda in japan. president joe biden
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comes to japan with a view to strengthen ties with his very important ally in northeast asia at a time when the united states and japan face a number of challenges on 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 or 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,
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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, 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 discuss, 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 awesome breaking news now, and iran's elite miniature unit. the revolutionary guard says, one of its members has been assassinated in the capital terran gunman on t motorcycles, shot dead son sign on. could the ari in his car outside his home when in
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a separate development, iran's state tv earlier announced that members often israeli intelligent network had been found and arrested. this is allie hudson has a covered iran extensive in joins us here. now what more do we know about what happened? i go for now. there are just few information on this story. the, i do see the information that issued a statement saying that has some say are or they are. he was assassinated by the enemies of that of the lucian, and that he was killed with the 5 bullets and one of the neighborhoods of southern toronto. now, a given the position of hassan southwell doughty as a member of the what's force and also him being operating in syria during the past . yes, it seems this assassination has nothing to do with the nuclear file, rather with iran's intervention or presence in syria. this is the main issue that
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we can, at least from now, somewhat eyes from this assassination. however, the direct announcement from the i r g c. and now we can see several iranian officials are tweeting and talking about this assassination as including the governments spokesperson, who said that enemies can, could kill our spot. this means that we will know more and we will, we will not be afraid of them anymore. so it's for now it's, it's more into the revolutionary rhetoric, maybe in few hours was thought knowing what's the role of has since they are for they are a what he was doing in syria. and what's the message out of this assassination? is it an israeli, for example, assassination? this is what the iranians are, are referring to and they are saying that the enemies of the revolution are behind this assassination. when in fact, yes, the reigning authorities earlier announced that they had arrested and is really
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sell. could these 2 events be linked in anywhere? well, there are separate because the rest of the israeli intelligence. so as for the, the see statement that happened before. now, is this part of an israeli intelligence operation in iran? now they might not be linked together, but at the end it's me, it might, it might be and it might not be that we don't have the answers to this. but at the end, it seems that within all this developments taking place in the region and the rivalry between us or israel and iran, and also iran and other parties and the region that we are. we are actually a witnessing a lot of similar accidents on a similar attacks just 2 years ago, maybe even even less than that. mos in factories either one of the leading iranian nuclear scientists was assassinated near to han and just 3 years ago. and at the
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beginning of 2020 in, in iraq, carson for the money was assassinated by directly by the united states of america. so there is a, there is a pattern, and this might be part of it. okay. but even there for now, are they ashen for now? thank you very much indeed. now there's been an explosion in kabul, and there a hotel where senior taliban figures had gathered. at least 3 people have been killed. commemoration events was taking place near by the taliban, formerly them since seizing power in august. the group has struggled to deal with repeated attacks on major cities, mostly by iso linked groups. and afghans. female tv presenters had begun covering their faces on air under orders by the toy, bangor, as is part of a growing crackdown on women showing their faces in public. and in this month, officials ruled all women that must have fully cover themselves. rights groups are strongly criticized. mckuddle as i am right now before the taliban de craye,
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we were observing to hit jab both on and off screen because this is one of our obligations. and i thank god we must learn why. but this kind of face covering has no islamic justification and is not in our culture out. it's just an outside culture imposed on us crating problems for a presentation at a more. so the heads on al jazeera, i'm sorry on said the cannes film festival references treatment of its former colony being laid back on the big screen. and there's a surprise neither heading into the final day us pga jumped ah hello, we should see raw the quieter weather coming in across sea arrive in peninsula over
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the next few days. the shamal wind, the northerly wind, the brisk wind which lifts a lot of dust and sand, is in the process of just eating off the touch. touching 40 celsius here in dough half a monday. key weight, 47 degrees, blistering heat, here, 44 there for baghdad, we got some showers cold weather up towards the black sea. the caspian sea. of course, some of the shares of the high ground could still be wintry in nature. and a similar picture. as we go, one in 2 were tuesday, perhaps the winds, a little brisk, a hearing doha on tuesday, but we're still touching 40 degrees celsius, lifted dust, and sand into parts, or saudi arabia, paved off the sand into work. well, the sahara has one would expect, it is large, you dry across northern parts of africa, although a chance of one or 2 showers into southern parts of algeria pushing up towards the north. northern parts of morocco, player showers, right across the gulf of guinea, pushing mar, up into marley now. so the seasonal res, making good progress up towards the sa hell. oh shower. so a stand across the heart of africa through cameroon. all the way across northern
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parts of the democratic republic of congo. not too many showers disappointingly dry . that eastern parts offer kenya. plenty of showers for east and south africa, but tony dryer. ah, the frank assessments, what are the political risks of batting russian oil? a gas for western leaders will sanctions on russian energy exports. a recipe for such informed opinions, france is not abandoning to fight against jetty, still resumed media. they're going to be acting from nisha and from chad critical debate. could china actually help in russia's invasion of ukraine in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera women use brand shilling. now, in coming shows, lighting very close to the building to when people need to be heard. and the story
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told, it's kind of inspiring moment for me, for all of them that i see there guy from their community, with exclusive interviews and in depth reports. but there are the what is still remains al jazeera has teens on the ground to bring you more award winning documentaries. and live nice lou ah, be watching out here. remind in our top stories is iran's elite military unit. revolutionary guard says one of its members has been assassinated in the capital tehran gunman on 2 motorcycles, shot dead, a son, a yard. the hiring is carp separately around states
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t. v. early and out that members of israeli intelligence that work has been arrested. russian forces are stepping up their bombardments of front lines, city seeking to gain military momentum. rushes defense ministry says it's been hitting ukrainian military targets. the self declared eastern republics that moscow backs. the 1st u. s. military aircraft carrying 32 tons of baby formula from germany was just landed in u. s. state of indiana. america has seen a critical shortage due to a product recall or a country's leading baby form. the manufacturer, as well as the supply chain issues are thousands of people have protested in istanbul against the conviction of a prominent opposition that politician to non cannon cath, m. c. o glue is accused of spreading terrorist propaganda and insulting i sent the ship to have at one. she's been sentenced to make 5 years. with chrisman vander from politics, the supporters say the charges are politically motivated. australia is the prime
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minister elect his heading straight to work in tokyo, shortly after he's been sworn in on monday, after the album easy from his to reset relations with the world and sweep aside what he calls an ineffective australian response to climate change. sarah clark reports from sydney day one in the nation's top job, and anthony albanese is promised unity and optimism to australian votes. he'll hit the ground running, boarding 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 cor. strayer. 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
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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. i'm given us with right foundation, which we can walk. what has been a very difficult walk. i got to tell you how to the last almost 4 years. but at the last election. ready we 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 abandon candidates from scott morrison's party in blue ribbon seats
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lovely to fit the independent fucking real change and a step forward. and for the environment, a fair like maybe now's the 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 my directional climate change, the grace party is also highly, as the best result ever. which dramatic dines in both the lower and the upper house? the postal vote is still being counted and some seats remain undecided. but the labor party has vowed to get down to business with more united approach to federal politics. sarah clark out his ear seeking people in the toy, a capital banker car voting for a new governor, 6 years after the military seized control of the office. opinion polls suggest independent and opposition candidates are leading. the field i'm at val has more. this is bunk cox,
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1st governor election since the cool 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 nominee of the military. oh yeah, my luck day with that on. yeah, i want to continue serving the people out. it's common to run for an office for another term. i know that i was appointed, but now i want to be elected. one wants perceived closeness to the coup leaders may cost him at the polls. his main rifle engineer and former minister chad chart, city point enjoys 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 open. i'm glad that up doesn't matter if you're an independent candidate or backed by political parties. the governor has to remove
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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. we need to holler bonham. this is i'm all are there is a huge crack. now on young for testers, it's probably the 1st clash between protesters and police officers. you think that those kids will came out to fight on the street? we're 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 this city will move forward. the last bunker government election was in 2013. and for 9 years opposition voters have been waiting for a day like this, hoping it will allow them to get by the ballot box. what was denied them by force.
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since the military, coal, i'm at one or 0, ukraine's war is a significant factor in high inflation around the world. in kenya, there are warnings of civil unrest if a government can't control rising prices. i am a tosser reports from campbell. oh my god, i am with selina youngest, is she struggling to feed her family? she sells fish. and with the cost of living rising in kenya, she's noticed a drop in customers when her commander chiquita every day, prizes are going up and things aren't happy. 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've got a good government coming cushion treating people like audits on responding to wheat
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con could be petted us, miriam. ellen's recently closed on her cellphone. she says she couldn't afford the rent electricity bills and other expenses. she blamed the government for failing to stop the rise in the prices got so badly and many have been closed down. and if it goes like we, if it goes on like these, moral beasley is, is i'm going to shut down across king 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
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struggling said they're not feeling the growth for many of them. life is just getting harder, harder matessa out there. campbell, king roster snapshot now of inflation that elsewhere in africa. it's nearly 17 percent in nigeria, driven by higher fuel and food crisis is closer to 13 percent in egypt where its central banks been raising interest rates to bring it down. and south africa has been doing the same. it's inflation rate pushed 6 percent and march and april on this guitar is the managing partner at g, b s, africa, and provides economic and political risks, intelligence for businesses operating in east africa. she joins us from london. i thanks for being on the program. so i'm looking at, can you say how big an impact has the war in ukraine been in terms of a lack of wheat imports to the country and the rise in prices? thank you very much for having me. kenya in port only 44 percent of the suite from
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both russia and ukraine. so you can imagine the casa brand has gone up by 40, except this is a base, the commodity in the country brand. i think coastal energy transport calls will be, well the box ok is in general. so with the price of basic food items, as you say, they're an energy rising so fast. what are the social risks of all this? you know, when this is an election year, as the report hello saying earlier, you know, the alleged an uncertainty given can years history or 30, the depression depreciating kenya, currency against the major currency piece. not only, you know, you don't want to be at predict, or you don't want to be, what is it called a negative. but these could obviously have some impact and also perhaps caused some
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social and rescue. the people cannot afford to put bread on the table. if people are not able to to, to support their families, then what do they look up to? they look at politician for answers and at the moment, move on to heal busy campaign. we have no or little time to address the rising, flashing. fortunately, as you mentioned from a titian's them, and can the government actually do anything and would increasing interest rates, for example, help or hinder. so day meeting from this or with the central bank a committee on that, it will make hopefully like what other countries sometime hopefully they're going to increase interest rate and try to to be another in the government can try to to they will be providing subsidies. another done that in the energy sector, shortages of pet eliza is a subsidies for the pharmacy issues that they have what they need to try and grow. these are the planting season for corn and which should be the plant life again, due to the impact of russia, ukraine crises. ready if the government can into the providing this the other areas
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that the government can try and and help already struggling canyons. and i know you may, they raised minimum wages might very slightly, but still this has been really helped me. canyons are struggling to say to put food on the table and tenure is not the only country in the region suffering from high inflation. is it certainly not certain age shows you how clearly lived unbearable economy is. and we, and not a, obviously with, with the crisis or the crane in russia, you'd expect to be too far removed from these courses. right. but it is said, asian countries like nigeria and the big economies that egypt higher digits. so it is not just kenya, but it needs to be in my view, at global risk to try and support the most vulnerable who my to suffer with
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nebraska is ok. i can get our former g b s. africa. thank you. feel inside to the, on the program. parts of spain are experiencing record breaking temperatures. some of the hardest hit errors have reached more than 40 degrees celsius, which is unprecedented. for this time of year. katya lopez, hurry, honorable warnings have been issued in at least 10 regions in spain, most exceeding 40 degrees celsius from the capital, madrid, to utter, 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 cove at 19 long towns. now the new challenge is the temperature. you know, i ordered a mama, we don't have another option. we live in seville,
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so we have to get used to it from now until september. otherwise we can't work. so despite the heat, we just have to push through sandra, works and tourism and is used to being our doors for hours, but not under the scorching heat. ominously covered it. okay. and also 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 dirt 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 fe, we, i mean a lot of asi, but air conditioning isn't an option for everyone. maria's him does he, 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
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worse. katya locus of the young al jazeera live in indigenous women have developed an up to fight domestic violence. whenever an s o s button is activated 3 close contacts or potential victim on notified that she's in danger. is being down noted hundreds of times since november we're still ahead on al jazeera in sports is advantage miami in the eastern conference finals. basketball actually ah, talk to al jazeera, we ask, what is the time table in your mind? when do you think that you are, can be off of russian gas? we listen or, and i have seen and played football with these refugees. i look at them and they're happy, they smile in we meet with global news makers. i'm talk about the store restock
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matter on al jazeera in just under a year's time, catherine al bate stadium will house the opening match of the 2022 world cup. the official opening of the stadium came on day one of the arab cup, but many fans were already counting down to the big kickoff. next, november, c, u. r. o 1022. as this tournament unfolds over the coming days, it will play a key role. organize is getting ready to host the middle east's biggest ever sporting event next year, and for the castle national same as they get used to playing in front of expected home crowds. bobby hoping to convince both the fans and themselves that they really are ready to take on the world. ah ah,
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musicians and mexico had revived effects. so post for tea is by the pandemic. in jewels artists from all corners of the country represents more than 30 gina's folk music. on a rapid reports from mexico city. ah, a weekend of traditional music in the mexican capital. the event is soon, but a meal, a cultural festival that highlights the great diversity of mexican folk music. and perhaps more importantly, a perfect excuse to bus to move. what does that mean? what we feel a tremendous pride because this music style is from our region in mexico. we enjoyed dancing to it because we like to represent our state wherever we go. soon, but amelia began as a way for artists to honor beloved mexican choreographer. at amelia rojas and i gone who passed away in 2002 to day the festival has grown into one of the city's
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most important annual cultural events. one that encourages visitors of all ages to hit the dance floor this year, the sun, but i mean cultural festival the celebrating its 20th anniversary. the occasion has drawn some 80 different musical groups and performances representing nearly every corner of mexico. one of the most attractive aspects of the festival is watching visitors proudly dawning traditional attire. ah, after being shut down for 2 years, due to coven 19 restrictions, the festival has made a big comeback, giving visitors an introspective look at cultural heritage through more than 30 genres of mexican folk music. her mammals have lit up in november for 1000. what have communities all around the world turn to look at their own traditions? the cultural wealth of latin american countries is immense. but we are often forced to listen to just one type of music like reagan, which is horrible. event organizers say they hope the festival will continue to
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grow and attract more international visitors who are curious about the great many customs and traditions that make up mexican culture. ah manuel, rap, hello al jazeera, mexico city films on the clone. your history join attention the kind of film festival 2 films built into the treatment of africans conscripted into the french army. its subjects often avoided in france as charlie angelo reports from cat francis colonial past. one of the big themes on the screen a can this year generating discussion and introspection. i saw the soldier set in well, one is the story of a young cynically man, forced to serve in the french army his father than enlist to watch over him. shot on a handheld camera. it shows the horror of war for the thousands of senegalese, torn from that countries to fight for france. it does now see of the netflix theory,
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lisa, who says we have the same story, but not the same memories. cultural commentators say depictions of this aspect to front of 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 a feel like this and see the screen at can either one of the to 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 many kills. when algeria gained independence, director phillips will call says 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
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the war, but also the generations that followed. there are more stories to be told. you know, jerry, the ocoee is still considered traitors act and mohammed mo fuck admits his family. were wary of him taking the role for the song walker that acquired mcgee, but my father asked so many questions. why was it being human morocco? why is it being directed by french man? you said, why do you have to play your hockey isn't, but then i read him the scripts and he gave me permission to go up her. while emmanuel, my calls government has acknowledged mistakes, made an algerian west africa. details of these events are not widely known in france, both direct to say it's vital these stories a told and we can is a launching pad. hope that films will generate discussion about these painful periods of history. tale on to the out is there can was time for look at all the sports needs now his far carry. thank you so much. rebels match for shop and has one formula. one spanish grand prix. he's now live to the top. the world
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championship standings ahead of charles or clare. the writing champion had technical issues with his car and qualifying became good on race day in barcelona. with his teammate sergio perez coming 2nd. it was by day for ferrari's a charles laclare having started in paul. he had to retire due to a power issue less than half way through the race. tiger woods has pulled out of the u. s. b j championship. woods has been struggling with injury and made the decision after shooting his worse ever score. in the tournament. andy richardson reports ah moments like this have been old to riff at sancho woods. the u. s. p. j championship. ah, the struggle saturday before his 3rd round even began in oklahoma would cease injury issues were clearly evidence. while this was only his 2nd tournaments since suffering multiple, like french's in a car crash last year, 3rd before 5,
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he went on to record 5 consecutive bogey's for the 1st time in a major, sitting in joint last place after a knowing overpower around a $7915.00 time made a champion to the decision to withdraw from the tournament. the. the top of the leaderboard has an unfamiliar look playing and just his 2nd major. mito pereira has a 3 shot advantage over the rest of the field. that you lay and had no hesitation in naming cycle woods as his biggest go think, inspiration, who are your role models? when you were young, where you looked at them and said, that's how to do it. i mean tiger for sure. and even more local or, i mean now tell you was the biggest one. he did what he had to do whenever he had to do it. heading into sundays funnel round, none of the top 6 of one of major. england's mat fits patrick is in time. the 2nd after a 3 in de paul round of $67.00. ok. yeah. if you
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really look up, not many chances to win but when i have played well have not lost it so yeah. i'm more just looking forward to it more than anything you know it's, it's a chance to win and just wanna, you know, i'm a for alpha legacy of now if we can 1st around 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. the french open has started with a big upside and the women's drawn number succeed on stripper lost in 3 sat against magdalen, nat at poland. going into this match, but in these end had been the leading women's player on clay this season. but after 17 winds on the surface and a tattle in madrid or apprehensive heal. if 1st grand slam title ended on day one,
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it of stirred. obviously a mom a little bit disappointed because her oh spectrum myself to, to go for in the storm, especially with the close season starting very well for me. but you know, that's denise her. try to focus on the, the positive and reflect a lot on this much to time run her up down neck team has gone out. the 2020 u. s. a. been checking ma street sets to bolivia is hugo deleon. the austrian is still looking for his 1st when of the year. exactly was not, not a good match at all, but um, it is what it is. so i knew that it's gonna take time on that delay voice is extremely high from all the players competing urine, them. i'm not there yet. it's all about my lands, 2 famous clubs and the italians had all raised ac milan or to point to had an inter heading into their final game while inter are the reigning champions, ac, or hoping to win syria for the 1st time since 2011 1000000000. and bobby,
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his celebrated his decision to stay at paris censure man in style in added 3 times for the french champions and their final league game of the season as they beat mats, 5 bill. but bay had been linked with the move to rail madrid, but instead decided to extend his deal with yes. g especially described the deal as scandalous claim in the agreement threatens the economics sustainability of european football. i miss county decide the winners of the german cap after the final finished level at $11.00 our be like to say to beat fryeburg in a shoot out. it's like 6 1st ever meacham trophy. leon women's team had won a record extending aid that european champions league title is spectacular effort from amadine henri got them going as they beat barcelona in front of more than $30000.00 spectators in turin. we all did all their scoring and the 1st half of
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a final to win the game $31.00. this was their 6th championship victory and 7 years i'm, i'm here to have regained the lead in their playoff series with the boston celtics to just over 2 minutes to go. boston got within a central point of the heat and gain free of eastern conference, finals. miami, held on to secure the wind and taking to one lead in the best of 7 series. okay. and that is all your sport now back to you carry for. thank you very much indeed. not sit there for this news. i but i'll be back in a moment, 2 more days and you're staying with ah aah!
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