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ah. the final round of parliamentary elections in france. president manuel microns coalition hopes to hold off a challenge from a new leftist block. ah, hello to her robin. you're watching out there alive. my headquarters here in doha, coming up in the next 30 minutes bangladesh. it's facing it's worth flooding in more than a century, dozens have been killed, and millions are affected. expanding its cobit 19 vaccination campaign, the u. s. gives the green light for infants as younger, 6 months to get the job. and why mount everest base camp is melting underneath sleeping mountaineers, and what's been done about it. welcome to the program. voting is underway in france in the 2nd round of parliamentary
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elections which could decide the future of president manuel, mac crohn's reform agenda. the 1st round showed macro centrist coalition, coming out just to head in a tight race with a newly formed left wing alliance, the president will lead a majority to push through his plans to raise the retirement age and reduce taxes. joan hall is monitoring events for smart side, the polling station in paris. and jonah, there's a great deal at stake here, isn't there? there is, it's not just an election for a new parliament and an election that will determine the face of the new government based on those results. it is crucially and elections that will define the limits of president microns power in his 2nd term to enact reforms in the face of economic crisis at home. and of course, crisis on the world stage as well. because if his centrist grouping ensemble news, their majority in this parliamentary election,
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it will be the 1st time since he was elected in 2017. that macro has not had a free hand to do basically whatever he wants. now the results of the 1st round, the voting last, we can point to the possibility that that may happen. they may in fact lose that majority. and that is in large part because of this strong challenge from the new leftist green communist grouping. and a former socialist party to john luke mellon from now set to make real waves as frances main opposition party. and within that are the seeds of real conflict. and division in the next parliament because these are 2 groupings with radically different ideas about what needs to be done in order for us to deal with its problems. the centrists want to see tax is lowered, they want to see the welfare system changed, jobs benefits shaken up. so they want the retirement age raised to pay for it all, essentially to make people work much longer whilst the leftists want the retirement age, knowing they want a minimum wage raised and they want more tax on the richest in terms of the
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voters. joe know we often talk about voter apathy across any general election in principle, but in france, vote to turn, i was low last weekend. one does what it's going to be like this weekend. i think it's a real problem. you don't see young people turning up the poles. you see an awful lot of old people and you hear views from voters about anger, apathy this illusion with politics and politicians that low turn up the subject now of much analysis last weekend. fewer than half of all registered voters turn out a majority simply didn't bother. and that looks awful in the results. when you consider that last weekend, the largest grouping, the centrist one, just 11.97 percent of the entire registered electric here in front of france. now the out of this point to potential election fatigue after the presidential in april . they also point as a set to this disillusionment with what is on off
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a few big new ideas. and that is a real worry for the centrists for microns grouping in particular, because low turn out if it's repeated this time, and this, not a lot of people around at the moment would tend not to favor the incumbent. of course, we'll check in with you throughout the voting day, joe hope force in power. thanks, janet. now, colombians are preparing to cast their ballots in the most contested presidential election in recent history. the vote comes one year after a security crank down on st protest fuel by deepening socio economic problems. theresa by reports not from bogota on the promises made by the 2 presidential hopefuls who sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum. a book as well as ela, felix, your miss. it's just a few hours away from the elections. i talked to the columbia that is ready to change, that he's ready to make history says quote, that will be thrown in this commercial ag napoleon via v one. this is the 1st time
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i left when candidate has made it this far in a presidential campaign, an economist, and also a former gorilla. he promises to fight in equality. we think the war on drugs and overhaul. the tax system was a 1000000 plus. so good would we propose in the medium term, his food sovereignty, an energy sovereignty based on clean energy, a process the disconnect says from the economy that i call fossil coal in oil, and which connects us to the agriculture and in industrialization policy. make sure now what he's with us, challenger is a 77 year old business man known as the king of take talk to little foot. amanda shocked the country by making it to this sunday selection. he has based his campaign on attacking corrupt politicians, who he says have failed the columbian people at a man. this is the former may europe who got a manga and many compare his political style to donald trump's. v, as in where they warn you them on june 19th, we have
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a commitment with columbia. we have waited years to get the corrupt out of office side. on june 19th, we can begin to rewrite the new history of columbia, mark like this on the voting cart. you look into my eyes, read my lips, i will not fail. you both candidates promise change, but the elections has people here on the edge. security forces are on high alert for potential political violence. some radical groups have said that they won't acknowledge the result of sunday's roles, and that's why thousands of soldiers and police officers have been deployed across the country to guarantee the safety of the electoral process. protest last year against tax races and health care reform, left dozens dead and hundreds injured ethos with this birth look, it could be the protest showed we had serious and resolved social issues before the pandemic in the cities where the majority lived in the informal sector. when the economy was closed because of the pandemic, many last at all, it continues to be
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a time bomb. and that's why the challenge now is to start addressing all those issues. the winner will inherit a country with solid economic growth, but deep social troubles. troubles that had been ignored for too long. but he said, well, as a seed at border, now dozens of people are known to have died in floods in bangladesh and northeast and india. millions of people have been effected since there was flooding in bangladesh or more than a century, but both countries of called in the army to help with rescue efforts. their affairs are further flooding with more heavy rain forecast. well, following events for us in color in buying militia, tanveer, cerio, correspondent who's standing by tongue. let's just begin with the situation in bangladesh and how the authorities are managing in terms of the rescue and the response effort. very challenging environment
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that lives, that power has been restored to some extent and the rain stops since last night. that has really helped the situation right now. but still many people, especially in the remote villages, are still marrow and they're desperately trying to rescue this. people, many of the homes actually totally washed away, even within the city centers. the flood many of the hospitals got inundated with flat water, which is complicating situation for the rescue people at least those who are harmed or hard during the flood. as far as the military and maybe goes there right now, very much concentrating and rescuing people who are in my room. but people are also in desperate need for fresh water and food. i mean there is really a major challenge right now, particularly when you go into the sean. i'm going to valley of the phillip division . it is a basically a lake area. so a lot of this village are very remote just to reach them itself is challenge whether many of the houses are still there is
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a chris question. you get understanding context. so let just select an india, not this experience, a major flood just end of last month somewhere and then they may. so they're just covered when we have the 2nd waiver of the flood unit 7. 1 didn't last may during the flood that at least 1500000 children in this flood effected areas are prone to via water. brawn disease as malnutrition and even drowning. so obviously a very much challenging environment. the forecast says that it could possibly rain . it's a monsoon season, if it rains again and if there is a torrential rain, things could again get worse, a d j. you mentioned still it better for you, as of course that's in the northeast of bung the dash and to the north is india. they too, have had the same problem because the weather doesn't recognize international borders. the water that's in india inevitably comes through, but that's, but india has its own problems to in date ended the
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state of not based on state of our mega law. and all of this states are encountering flood. and this is also the 2nd wave flowed in mega lion farm. so i'm particularly is badly hid daddy deployed military to rescue people. the area called go ha, t and camper and cockroach are very badly affected in people, or at least around 10000 people are rendered homeless. so a similar situation and the weather pattern are similar. both are some mega le and the bang or the state division of phillip have some of the highest rainfall in the world. so whatever flood water comes in our summer mega le has to come down to sell at valley and into the bail bengal. so they're really intertwine and they could make a system where they could actually predict flooding, bangor, that's from indian side. when they encountered flood, this hasn't been happening. it could really actually prepared people for such flat . but this has been one of the worst flat, and the rain is very interacting due to prime and patterns and very heavy,
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torrential rain which make things very challenging for both the countries right now . of course, we'll continue to check in with you through the day to do that for us in bangladesh . not least 5 people have been killed in southern china, which is also things of a storms. the amount of rain in some areas has been the heaviest and 60 is it's triggered flooding in cities and months lives in rural areas that ample is expected to continue and to early next week to north africa. my protest as into nicea are expected to rally again on sunday, against the president's plans for a constitutional referendum next month. the opposition's, as i said, is trying to tighten his report and the threatening to boycott. the vote. site is all parliament and the seem to get the power lines. chip is also sacked, dozens of judges prompting them to call a national strike, which is entering. it's the week that i'm in the fall and it is that the
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constitution was written in the dark. we don't recognize it. spring was something the, all the chosen parties of the people. i want support one written by the president. no, it's got to be met today. the tennessee and people don't have anything to wait. the simple employee can no longer manage. and the president claims he's helping the paypal. what does he done for the people? he's destroyed the people. that's the war in ukraine where president brother ins. lensky has visited the southern front lines, city of calliope, where he's inspected damage buildings and awarded metal to doctors and service personnel that he was shall buy from fulton on friday. that leads to people were killed. so then he also met troops and what appeared to be an underground shelter and toward the destroyed administration building, where a missiles strike killed. 37 people in march, russian forces moved close to mc live at the start of the invasion, but were then driven back to the edges of the region where fighting is going. still
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a had here on al jazeera. ah, so just as in brazil for a defender of indigenous rights and the british journalist of murdered in the amazon. ah, and the popular kenny had been hoped to revive the african rumba. ah, the journey has begun. the 34 world camp is on its way to catherine book. your travel package today. now there's still a european heat wave, but he's gone away from the british isles has gone away from northern frances. his cloud has been rather more dominant feature here. and look what spinning up in the bay of biscuit that doesn't look like a summer storm does it? because no such thing should exist. but there it is, a spin in which will effect the weather in northern parts of spain,
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portugal and probably western front. but this is still very warm, is prague at 38 caves is approaching the 30 mark the heat so long as i think in ukraine as elsewhere, things start to cool down at paris. still stays warm. so to degrees dropping to 23 in back up 28 again, but not as hot as it has been, which is near 40. i have to say, so this is a picture then during monday the cloud, the rain per south was we dropped prior to $29.00 venue to $31.00, but they want is pushed further eastwards and it hasn't entirely gone elsewhere. i mean, one of the worst paced affected because the heat started farther present. ne of spain. i got a still at $36.00 even there will be more cloud and rain. this is also on monday. so the picture then is still a hot one for that part of space and probably a good part of france as well at all of north africa. but look at the difference here. this is, does it in the west? west? sour, martini and yet is rain, significant? rain? that's a rare event. vishal allies of the journey. salaam
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la lake. hm. it's great to see. welcome to the kata economic forum powered by bloomberg. some people say that they say globalization going on, but that prefer to think of every globalization are accomplished. speakers from heads of state to business and policy leaders will discuss evolving technology, education, culture, sustainability, and the impact on the economy. ah, ah ah, the watching of is it meets the hill robin. the reminder of our top story voting is
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underway in france in the 2nd round of parliamentary elections, which could decide the future of president manuel microns reform agenda. his centrist coalition and stacy is strong challenge from a left wing alliance. dozens of people have died in floods in bangladesh and northeast and india. though countries of cold in the army to help with rescue efforts their fears, a further flooding with more heavy rain forecast. and protested into nicea are expected to rally again on sunday, against the president's plans for a constitutional referendum. next month. the opposition says ty site is trying to tightened his grip on power and his threatening to boycott the vote. a memorial ceremony will be held on sunday in honor of al jazeera journal as sharina blackly. it's to mock 40 days since she was killed is ready for a shot serene and ahead. while she was on assignment in janine and the occupied west bank, family and friends held a church service to her on saturday. members of the international community have
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condemned her murder and continue to call for an independent investigation. sharyn was without reserve for 25 years, covering the story of the israeli occupation. bernard smith attended the service in occupied east jerusalem. oh, this is a memorial massey. she read a book, actually is home town. h, alina marking 40 day since she was killed by israeli forces when covering a story in janine and the occupied westbank is an opportunity for sharina, friends and family to remember our colleague. huh. i would want to be remembered for what she did. she was the voice of the voice of truth and she was compassionate. she was empathetic, she wasn't just a journalist at the end of the day, she was also
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a human being. she continued to, to advocate and to talk about just the propeller to me, and i want people to remember her as the fun, humble, cheerful person. she's always furious on tv, but she does not like that or she's always happy. she changes up the mood when chance there's a room she left, she brightens up the room when she answers on the sunday that will be an official memorial in ramallah, given by the palestinian authority and hosted by palestinian present mood about the protest is gathered intel of evil saturday to voice their opposition to israel's occupation at the west bank. the 55 years since israel took control of the territory. israel began its occupation in 1967 during what became known as the 6 day war against the coalition of arab states
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. i could, owes militaries patrolling the capital quito after the president declared a state of emergency. soldiers were brought into control demonstrations led by indigenous people that have led or have turned violent at times. now that hasn't stopped protested from blocking roads for a 6 day that demanding cuts to fuel prices and a temporary ban on debt repayment for small farmers. police and brazil has concerned that human remains sound and the amazon, all those of briana herrera, an expert, all indigenous people. and the british journalists, dom phillips authorities say they were shot with a firearm used for hunting groups. the amazon regional demanding justice monica yaki of reports now from rio de janeiro. ah, this vigil was held on the de brazilian federal police confirmed the 2nd set of
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human remains found in the amazon are those of indigenous expert, bruno bernita, loaners activists work costumes of rain forest. animals to remind brazilians that bid it died, protecting indigenous territories from the legal fisherman and poachers. the blame brazil's president april, so nato and his administration for turning a blind eye and dismantling organizations created to protect the green forest. and its people owe me to my zip with a woman after president bowes, a narrow took office. our attackers have been emboldened missionaries. miners farmers, logs and fishermen, they gained strength and they all won a pace of our land. any beadle from fleet, eta went missing on june 5th. while traveling with british journalist don phillips, whose remains were identified on friday. police say, am i due to the costa and his brother was a ne,
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have confessed to ambushing the men. lisa phillips was killed by a shot to the chest. the leader was shot twice in the chest and in the hand we spoke on a single dockery. we have detained a 3rd suspect who was in the area of the crime when it happened. mother miss lydia was working with the indigenous people of their job id valley was helping them track down legal fishermen who steal their food. last december we accompanied him on an indigenous patrol. he told us at the time that he was being threatened. damn phillips was researching a book on how to save the amazon. their bodies were found deep into the rain forest, 3 kilometers away from the river. the murder of dom phillips and broom video has shocked brazil and the world. another vigil will be held on sunday in the brazilian capital brazilian. meanwhile, the investigations continue,
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brazilian investigators say the suspect more people are involved in what seems to be a prime crime monitor and i give al jazeera rio de janeiro. now brazil's president has visited the state where those remains were found. gibe also narrow, hasn't responded to critics who say his government played a part in the men's deaths by allowing organized crime to flourish. ball scenario is looking to galvanized support ahead of october's presidential election. the u. s . health officials of approve k with 19 vaccine for children as young as 6 months. it means that america's last remaining age group has been approved for the job meetings of doses of in order for distribution and will be available from next week . dr. william schaffner is a professor of infectious diseases at vanderbilt university medical center. he says, pediatricians have been eagerly awaiting this moment. you know, if we just look at these children age 6 months, through 4 years of age,
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up to their 5th birthday. thinking back just in the united states, over 20000 of them, 20000 of them have been hospitalized. there have been over 200 deaths in children. this is an opportunity to prevent children, small children from dying. and so it's very exciting. the american academy of pdf of pediatrics as well as the c c. and people such as myself, are enthusiastic about this and are going to be encouraging parents to bring their children into their doctors to be vaccinated. first of all, they're safe. that's very important. parents mostly want to know about that. and then on the effectiveness side, they should have a level of effectiveness against severe disease keeping children out of the hospital comparable to what we have for older children, adolescents, and young adults. in other words,
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that we think that they'll be about 80 percent effective as about as good as we can get with our current generation or vaccines. there will be, according to our surveys about a quarter of parents who will bring their children in very promptly because they have been waiting for this. and then the vast majority will be a bit more cautious. and we urge them to go to their doctors, their family doctors, their pediatricians ask their questions to the point that they feel comfortable in doing that. and i hope that that happened soon. the pole may have to move the everest base camp because of global warming and human activity, making it unsafe. the camp is uncomfortable. glass in scientist say is sitting by up to a meter. yeah. cracks and crevices can suddenly appear putting people's lives at risk. a committee has recommended moving the kind of hundreds of meters down the mountain where there's less ice cold about will go wrong,
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is the secretary general of nipples mountaineering association. he's as the area has been heavily impacted by the increasing number of climbers a lead to more men. this is spring, 2022 also add a little bit co. good for sure. the friend has a sort of like your package mounting tourism in the way, but this year, i mean they spring, 2022 had a be show to rico bird and the enemy donating association. is stakeholders, as well as the government, collectively have been advocating that every has to be cleaned up. i mean they, you know, need to be cleaned and surely the mountain environment has to be jacket. so the cam has research and also the clambers existing breaches as well as government also have been saying that actually maybe better to the best
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. and so that the blessed year and also the ice, you know, at least they're protected in, in the, over the mountain in by means project. so the need, this is, this issue has been raised to get as number of the clambers every year. has been increasing. certainly this is the right time to advocate and raise the boys together and not only talk the boys. we need 230000. more than 40000 people in mexico city have punched their way into the guinness world record for the largest attendance. a boxing class shots as the previous record of 3000 people, which was held by moscow. mexican box in champions led the 30 minute session. it was socially distance to keep people safe and k with 19 to make sure the record was the only getting knocked out. now, one of kenny is most prolific, run the bones making
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a comeback. blaze when he come reunited has to more than 20 years a while the democratic republic of congo is then as a capital of african rumba kenya, has a thriving scene too. as malcolm web explains from nairobi. ah, it was more than 40 years ago when these musicians 1st played together and more than 20 since they were lost on stage, i was 19 seventies to the 1990 s less one acre, one of kenya's most loved when the some of the original band members had passed away the rest and now back together. that's why you were calling because of their people. not getting out, or maybe there was one
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african room. the music began in the democratic republic of congo. nearly a century ago in the seventy's, nairobi became a hub for bands fleeing censorship and seeking a market. and so the scene boomed in east africa to as when he can read some of the most popular and enduring song that rarely stating the crown might be a little bit older than me when i was younger, my dad would have to read every day on the way to the style of known creating poetic lyrics. it sometimes tell stories the songs and owed to a female social light of the time who the sing i loved deeply and then a devastating breakup.
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i require you to get a job, fred, or batch him. a ciocca knows the scene better than most. he was in the room when less, when he kept formed in $978.00. when i came over the nearly 50 years, he's been broadcasting room records. can him pop music become more influenced by foreign sounds? from america, nigeria, in jamaica. but his weekly room, the show on kenya's most listened to radio station is still wildly popular. he says, because the songs just don't grow old. when you listen to a song once and you like it, you want to listen to it again. and then when you listen to it the 3rd time, you want to sing it the 4th time, you own it. and so those guys were artists ah, there's what he can say. they have to stay and to keep.


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