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so some possible to you but as his city changes, he's moving with and going on the roads. the stories we don't often hear told by the people who lived in the master barbara of berlin. this is europe on al jazeera ah, struggling to govern israel's coalition. leaders agree to dissolve parliament, forcing new elections later this year. ah, lauren taylor, this is out here, alive from london. was it coming up? a landmark election in columbia where the country's 1st left wing president and 1st black female vice president have been ushered into power course to boil flood water
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to stay alive. the real reality for many in bangladesh as the country experiences the worst flooding in a century. and is in by way striking nurses reject the offer of a 100 percent pay rise because it doesn't keep pace with soaring inflation. ah no, israel's coalition government will be disbanded and parliament dissolved, putting the country on course for new elections. the 5th in 3 years, it was the prime minister natalie bennett, replaced by foreign minister. yay lapierre. who will lead the country until a vote is held in october or november. i've been struggling to keep the alliance together and been without a majority in parliament for more than 2 months. the coalition was made up of a diverse range of political forces and made history by becoming the 1st is really
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government to include a palestinian israeli party. moved to dissolve. parliament comes after the coalition failed to renew a law on the status of illegal israeli settlers in the occupied west bank. he might be able to assure. busy home on friday, i held a series of talks with legal and security officials and i realized that in 2 days with the expiration of the west bank regulations, israel will experience serious security damages and legal chaos. i couldn't allow that will kill la sophomore. we spirit know if and then a galvanized through me that was needed to pass the regulations. but unfortunately, if it's poor, no fruit can therefore, my friend and i have decided to act together to dissolve parliament and sit and agreed upon date for elections. the up, the more that i am sure. what about what comes next? even if i'm going to elections in a few months, a challenge to be faced with not wait, we need to talk with the cost of living. we have to campaign against iran, hamas and hezbollah. and stand against the forces threatened to turn israel into
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a non democratic country, one man hoping to return to power in the next selection is full of prime minister benjamin netanyahu, who's now the opposition leader. but smith has more from west jerusalem. as israel had to, it's 50 election in 3 and a half years. it's a surprise to many israelis that this coalition has lasted as long as it has when it was pulled together just over a year ago. it was a strange combination of colleges from the far right, the right, the left for the 1st time palestinian israelis were included in the government, but its sole purpose really was to get rid of benjamin netanyahu as prime minister . he's been in israel prime minister previously for a total of 15 years, and netanyahu wants the job back. and he was he who engineered the collapse of his government with his position partners. he's voted against the extension of a settler bill every 5 years. this comes up in israel's parliament and it's normally past automatically extended. it allows the extension of. busy israeli law
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into the settlements by failing to extend this law. netanyahu's coalition has precipitated the collapse of the government, the war expires at the end of this month because there's going to be new elections . it will be automatically extended for another 6 months. those new elections will be held probably before some time in mid october. and until then. yeah, i like people stand in inter and prime minister and you levy is president of the u . s. middle east project. and a former israeli negotiator. he says it was always going to be a challenge for the 8 party coronation to stay together. it held together for a year. and what you saw was members from the right peeling off, just one or 2. it was a government with a tiniest majority. so one or 2 and that's what happened. one peeled off right at
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the beginning. another left, a 3rd has now said that he would leave all paradoxically, perhaps from the party of the prime minister, natalie bennett. he only won 7 seats out of a 100. 20 became prime minister all peeled off, over issues that the government wasn't doing quite enough for the hard. right. but all because their constituency also wasn't really with them. it's not a great surprise that this has happened. perhaps the exact timing that the government has initiated are going to new elections rather than waited to lose about that was a little bit of a surprise, but no. the fact that one could not together is not. it is not a great surprise. ah, the european union says it's russia's fault that drain supplies to many african nations have been disrupted by the war and ukraine. he credit is one of the world's
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largest producers of grade you to promote. so be meeting luxemburg to discuss the conflict effects on food security. one can not imagine that the millions of don reed remain walking ukraine. you are the rest of the world. people are suffering hunger. this is a real war crime, repeating. and they have to warn again, why do reese? of a great, i mean, you know, special, you know, dominant cane has more there is no suggestion that the e u is sensitive to the suggestion that its sanctions against russia are counter productive in one sense. namely that certain countries in africa and elsewhere that rely on the sorts of food stuff that are produced in ukraine are having difficulty in accessing them. certainly the suggestion was put to us at borrow. hi, representative for the on external and foreign policy about precisely that. and his
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answer was no, that is not the case. the impact of sanctions for the ears impose is not affecting the ability of african countries to get hold of fertilizer and then foods to us for their economy, for their peoples. but there is also the suggestion that by de swift, in certain russian banks that means by sanctioning russian banks not letting them use the swift transaction system that to has impacted upon african countries and other countries in developing world. and how they get hold of the sorts of things they need for their people. and again, mr. bar else contention is that that is not the case. in his view, the problems that many countries on are facing of the consequence of russia's actions and not the sanctions. tens of thousands of georgians her rallied in their capital tbilisi in support of joining the european union after the use executive and held back from endorsing the countries candidacy ukraine. moldova,
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and georgia applied for you. membership after russia invaded ukraine last week, the are paying commission agreed to support ukraine and mo davis bid, but said it would decide on georgia later in the year. once the government implemented reforms. and the georgia government has been accused of corruption and weakening democracy. dominant has killed 8 people and kidnapped $38.00 into tax on churches in northern nigeria is also targeted morning services at the catholic and baptist church in the state of kaduna on sunday. officials are the attackers also ransacked. villages and newton shops comes weeks after gunman killed 40 people at a church in the south. west. east african leaders have agreed to deploy a regional force to eastern democratic republic of congo as the country is pushed to the brink of war with the lender. leaders from the 7 nation east african community bank announcement after summit in nairobi, they didn't say when troops would be sent on groups reeked havoc in eastern d. c,
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where the government accuses rhonda of supporting m 23 rebels randa denies the allegations on friday, randa said calmly, soldier cross the border and fight at security forces and civilians before being shot dead. armed men of killed at least a 130 people in a massacre in central molly, the modern government has blamed and all counter affiliation on group for carrying out the attack on neighboring towns. in the multi region, a local official said it appeared to be a reprisal attack. after the group clashed with government soldiers 2 weeks ago. still to come on out as her extreme drought conditions, fuel and historic water shortage in the mexican state of new only own and send protest us to the streets lost looking for reconciliation. ultra violent colonial passed belgium returns the remains of accomplish independence hero to his family. ah
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hello, then let's have a look, just rayleigh and another winter front is bought, unsettled conditions to the southeast. we've got wind warnings out for the likes of victoria tasmania as well as some coastal areas of new south wales. but that system is blowing out rather quick. it is bringing still some showers and some snow to mountainous areas, but temperatures are recovering for the likes of adelaide and melbourne. now for much of the country to the laundry, fine and dry picture, we're seeing some showers. however, kiss coastal regions of northern queensland. we've got wind warnings out here. we've also got some wind warnings out the southern areas of weston, australia. it's fine and dry, but tuesday in perth, but it is gonna turn rather wet as we go into the mid week. if we have a look at the 3 day temperature sitting at 20, but there will be some sunshine coming back in from friday, a little bit of
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a cool down. now as we talk about cool weather, we have to head to new zealand. we've got, who am cloudy conditions for both islands. a bit of a chilly wind blowing across the north island, much more settled and quiet in the south with lots of spells of sunshine. now we can move to southeast asia. this is where we're seeing the heavy rain with more intense showers, continuing to plague the malay peninsula with thunderstorms in koala lumper to the weekend. ah! what is the ocean's witness? claim this witness? difference is witness. change. witness, happiness. witness. maud. witness. sunlight, witness de la. witness. last witness. charity witness. confusion. witness. clarity . witness. family, witness. friends. witness. the beginning. witness. the end witness. life
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witness went out. keeper, lou ah, reminder the top stories you'll notice era. israel's foreign minister yale up here to we'll take overs. intern? prime minister often of tele bennett, announced he was disbanding. is coalition and dissolving parliament. elections will be held in october or november the 5th in 3 years. the european union says it's russia's fault grain supplies to vulnerable areas of africa have been disrupted by the war and ukraine. it's one of the biggest produces, and the hit to exports is driving. i'm in worries in places like sudan and gunman of killed 8 people and kidnapped 38 of those and to tax on churches in northern
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nigeria assaults targeted morning services at a catholic and baptist church in the state of could do not one sunday after years of conservative rule columbia will have its 1st ever left wing president. former rebel fighter was to have a petro defeated the right been populist for go for an under as in sundays run off petro running ment mate, frontier marquez will be columbia. the 1st black female vice president, there is a bull reports from the capital book. oh, the rain did not stop thousands of people from gathering outside goose, double petals, headquarters, o b economist in former left when guerrilla, when the elections with just over 50 percent of the vote. it's a new air ang, columbia. the 1st time i left, when candidate has won the presidency, i don't wanna, i want to cry. this is the 1st time we are going to have a popular government from the left, from the people of those who have suffered the armed conflict. and he is someone
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who represents us, the people on the streets, these people have been demanding change in this country, were liberals and conservatives have been sharing powered for years. oh no, yeah. i agree with everything you may believe that the beginning of change. this was petra's 3rd presidential bid. he's now a seasoned politician who's victory at columbia to the list of latin american countries that have elected center left precedence in recent years. on sunday evening, he was presented to his supporters by his running mate, france, jamarkis, who will be columbia's 1st, afro colombian woman vice president. look at, we are writing history right now. the new history for latin america. what is coming
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here is change real change in which we commit to life itself. we are not going to distant gentile voters that have been screaming that from now on columbia changes oh, bitter defeated, 77 year old populace roller for a man. this who was referred by many as the king of tick tock. oh, but bit that will face many challenges. 47 percent of the country did not vote for him annually say he will have to negotiate his reforms in congress for it's not only the 1st time that i live in candy, it is been elected in columbia. but also the 1st time that we have op left when congress to because back to study, goddard social movement behind gustavo, better was able to elect, ah, a good number of congress members saw. he will have our, our congress that he's in favor of him not complete majority hassan car, bama, european congress. but he has a good number of congress members. and dad is also
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a something that are signs that he could harbor success. in his turn, i saw peter will take off his in august for many, his government will empower the people in the country who have been ignored by authorities for years. but he said, well, i'll just cedar border. and i've been called the worst flood to hit bangladesh in more than a century. dozens of people are dead, and millions are stranded. after torrential rains, hit bangladesh and india authorities are struggling to deliver food and clean drinking water tank. chandry reports from select one of the worst areas. i'm please 20 kilometers from the salon city. this area is called magic by there. you can see right behind me, lot of this village or miles after miles her inundated with flood water. i've been sport speaking to some of the villagers here. they said they don't have any fresh water. they've been using the flood water, boiling them, and drinking them,
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and using whatever means to cook food in a dry space, whatever they have here. and they haven't received any flood, some of the people on their own took shelter and the school nearby. they received some rice ration from the government agencies and local politician. but nothing else in the government has deployed military navy, coast guard, even air force rescue holly partners are making recognizance slide tried to rescue people from remote areas. so for at least 100000 people have been evacuated or rescued by the military's in this region. it's a bangladesh has about a division, so that is one division which is about 4 districts. so it's a big area and at least 60 percent of that division is inundated with flood water. it is one of the worst in more than a 100 years, according to the government, does lester and relief ministry. now, the main issue here is getting fresh water food and emergency medicine. some of the hospitals also are inundated, so it's
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a very challenging environment. and the flood forecasts a center said that the next 2 days is possibly gonna be more rain. torrential rain, which is a bad news if that happens. the flood could actually next 2 days get worse. and so is northern bangladesh, which most of the rivers are going and flowing through danger level. so northern bangladesh is also clear danger or flooding. at least 14 districts are already flooded. particularly cory graham and natural khana is heavily flooded and across the border in india, weeks of heavy rain and flooding, showing no signs of ending either a sum state is the worst affected. hundreds of thousands of people are stranded with at least 71 people killed since april. have new metal reports from ranga in awesome. all these people are out to get a daily supplies this road connect 40 villages and is a major lifeline for the town of wrong. yeah, it's been under water for nearly
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a week. so i had dinner this year. well, it's been more than $6.00 to $7.00 days since the floating started in the area. the water came into our house the day before yesterday. my house was submerged at night . heavy flooding in a solid state has affected more than 4000000 people. thousands of villages are flooded and many people have been forced to free their homes. what heavy rays usually fall at this time of year in some areas like wrong, you haven't seen this kind of flooding in many years. many people were unprepared and they're concerned that the main source of water is being polluted and could bring disease. at least a 150000 people have been moved to count. the government has set up centers to distribute food and supplies. health workers are conducting malaria chess mclaughlin, for this relief camp is in criminal district, was conducting health checkups for all those living in the relief camp was also providing the people with their white medicine. one mostly in fever cases. we have
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not found symptoms of any other disease yet. although evacuations are under way. the military is also rescuing people. but they're being hampered by constant rain and rising water level. people from polo banga were coming to sell milk and vegetables. 9 people were traveling in the bullet which sank. 4 of them had been rescued. the mountain season began early this month and rainfall has already broken back odds. that's making people anxious about what they'd face before it and bob knew middle i'll just the rough wrong. yeah, in northeast india, extreme drop conditions and mexico fueling historic water shortage in the state of new evolution. let's take governance as people are experiencing an extreme climate crisis. people have gathered in monterey to draw attention to the issue. as many rapid reports, there is a water crisis playing out in monterey. mexico taps across the city have been
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running dry since the weekend desperate. maria lee said roblis, a local resident has been filling up buckets from a nearby municipal water tank. roblis says it's the only water available for drinking. she also plans to use it for cooking and cleaning her home. and not many people ask us why we take that water, but what else are we supposed to do? city officials in monterey have been limiting water access to 6 hours a day. the water shortage has led to growing public anger. many say the response by public officials to meet the needs of residents has not been enough. oh, every day they cut off our water at 9 in the morning and it doesn't come back until one the next morning. we're staying awake waiting for the water to arrive filling containers. this is the way it has been since the wood cuts for now. more than half of mexico is currently facing moderate to severe drought conditions. according to
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canada, mexico national water commission. in other parts of mexico like animal seal, a lack of access to potable water, recently sport demonstrations were thousands, marched on the streets of the city. experts say climate change is behind the excessive heat. fueling the crisis, the city of monterey in the mexican state of new level they own, is regarded as mexico's industrial capital. mexico's president has placed part of the blame for the water shortage on excessive extraction of water by bottling companies that are cash in myrtle is the case of nearby leon is one to think upon. it has to be said, there are too many come hands that have been installed, that require water, where there are simply not enough water descent. so there must be better planning on moving forward. this situation will be resolved yet. we are all helping the private sector is hoping to out,
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but we will have to think about how we move forward. water and sewage authorities in level they own, warned the 2 main dams that supply water to the monterey metropolitan area. home to some 5300000 residents could be completely dry as early as tuesday. with a hot summer in mexico just underway. many hope the seasonal rains that come with it will arrive soon and put an end to the worsening water crisis. manuel rap alone al jazeera health workers in bob. we're striking in protest over low salaries and poor working conditions is the 2nd walk out by nurses and other health professionals. since the start of the pandemic. the situation is so bad, even though 100 percent wage increase, how short of what they say they needed or will test the reports from a demonstration in the capital. hurry ah protests against bob is government urrea, doctors and nurses in the public health sector. know they are taking
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a huge risk in the past. some workers had been victimized or fired for speaking out about working conditions and felonies for these people are growing increasingly desperate and say they wages are being eroded by rising inflation. this is an act of last resort. we ask the public to hold the government accountable for how they're treating health workers. but more importantly, how they're treating just a general civil service. it's common knowledge that the currencies imperial, but they have not taken action. most of the people you see here don't own houses, is the 2nd world caught by health with has during the clover 19 pandemic. last week, unions reject to the government's offer to double member selling a 100 percent wage increase may sound like a lot, but inflation reached more than 130 percent in may. that means it'll do middle tell people facing a rising cost of living. i public sector
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employees want the wage is paid in u. s. donors union leaders say the lowest paid government worker take some less than 20 thousands of bobby dollars a month. that's less than $100.00 us dollars. they want that to go up to $540.00 us dollars, but that may not be feasible. god meant then is to d, monetize the or financial sector convert there is in dollar balances and other savings in zoomed will us into you is the last august that requires a huge amount of money, which government may automotive work, stoppages and go slows, are common in the public health sector, zimbabwe and so can't afford treatment at private hospitals, suffer before again because of this 6. because this is easy. even if you are in a bid situation in images, they were attentive. people are doing because of that. so it affects us much striking health with his insist they want to put fidgety until they demand for more
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money is mit others worried about their pay getting docked? if they missed a shift they, they will be in the woods, or they'll be on or go slow, harder. matessa al jazeera holiday, french president emanuel mac holes government is scrambling to form new alliances and avoid political paralysis. archer, as coalition failed to win a majority in france, his most powerful house of parliament is osama coronation, which means together is the largest group with $245.00 seats in the national assembly. but that's far short of the $289.00 needed for an overall majority. it's a serious blow to mack holes plans to push through reforms. just months after he was re elected candidates from the working class have emerged as surprise winners in that election. one of them is a hotel worker who successfully lead strikes for better pay. i shall kicker beat michael's former sports minister hosanna meisner in the southeastern consistency of
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value to mom. k k lead one of the longest hotel strikes in french history against unpaid, overtime and poor working conditions of cleaning south. the belgian government has returned a gold tooth that belong to congolese independence leader patrice lumber to his family. he was killed with the involvement of belgian soldiers in 1961. the tooth is the only known remnant from the members body. it was handed over to a congolese delegation at a ceremony in brussels. how can web report? it was 61 years ago that patrice lemme was executed by a firing squad in democratic republic of congo. with help from belgian mercenaries . the belgian police officer cut his body into pieces and dissolved it in a barrel of acid, but kept his gold tooth as a trophy and took it back to belgium. as a ceremony in brussels on monday, the government returned the tooth to delegates from congo and members of la mama's
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family. please also the sir for me, i would like here in the presence of his family to reiterate the belgian government's apologies for the way it weighed at the time on the decision to put an end to the days of the 1st prime minister of the congo. belgium and its royal family and frost wealth from colonizing congo and violently exploiting its people and its natural resources. millions of people were killed. patrice lamar became wildly popular as he campaigned for independence from belgian colonial rule. but belgium and the u. s. didn't like his democratic and socialist ideas and supported those who killed him shortly after independence. the members relatives have been requesting the return of the 2 for years. you see only known remaining piece of his body, which they want to lay to rest, isn't that idea? i can't see it joyous, but it is positive for us. it's positive that we can finally bury one of ours. 2
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weeks ago, belton king, philip visited congo, and expressed regret for belgium's colonial past. he stopped short of apologizing. belgium has been trying to improve his public image regarding it brutal colonial past. since the black lives matter movement began 2 years ago. the movement prompted activists to the face statues of king leopold the 2nd in belgium, colonized congo in the 18 eighty's. some have since been removed, belgium is willing to take very symbol adjuster, very simple and easy, but the ad so with pairing, also allowing justice to to happen. this is not happening. the returning of the moon this to his certainly symbolic congo, still suffers from the kind of brutal violence and exploitation of natural resources. the belgian colonialists began then more than a century ago, the ceremony in brussels was changed that malcolm web al jazeera sites.
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the one that didn't get away. a fisherman in cambodia now holds the record for the biggest ever fresh water catch is whopping the sting ray pulled out of the michael river measures almost 4 meters long and is 300 kilograms and weight scientists who went to the scene say it's a sign that stretches of the me kong a less polluted than they'd thought ray has been tight and is now swimming free again. now. ah. and one of the top stories around a 0, israel's prime ministers, disbanding the coalition and dissolving parliament at putting in the country on course for new elections. the 5th in 3 years for mister jojo, lapierre will take bennett's job and leave the country until a vote is held in october or november. the coronation, which has been without a majority in parliament for more than 2 months. the moved to dissolve. violent
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comes after the kurdish and failed to renew a law on the status of illegal israeli settlers in the occupied.


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