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this is al jazeera. ah, hello, i am sammy's a dan. this is the news i live from doha, coming up in the next 60 minutes. a struggle to survive in afghanistan after a devastating earthquake leaves thousands without homes, food, or water. leaders of commonwealth nations, taking part in the summit in rwanda, but a controversial asylum deal is threatening to overshadow the meeting. the un human rights office says israeli forces 5, the bullet been killed al jazeera journalists, cherry knob locks i last month, and hunger as a weapon of war food securities in focus at a meeting of g 7 foreign ministers in germany. and as for apollo, banker led the way at b, n b, a draft, the orlando magic and made the 19 year old their number one overall
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ah, afghan has been shaken by a 2nd earthquake just 3 days after the most destructive quake in 20 years. the aftershock added 5 deaths to the total toll of at least $1100.00 people entire villages. they've been reduced to rubble and people in pock take a province, a desperate for food, shelter, and drinking water sour. binge of aid reports. there is little hope of finding any more survivors after wednesday's earthquake. now the grim task is to recover bodies under the rubble and buried them. again. dozens of afghans have been killed or injured. on friday morning, another jolt killed 5 more people in the southeast and district of their mind was not home. he says,
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all his family is dead and his house is no more. the boyfriend will go over the news and they were here. the quite suddenly happened at night, houses were destroyed. 12 people around the family were massive. taliban officials of reached the worst protected areas and the short people of support. but with limited helicopters, destroyed rhodes and the lack of attention that isn't much they can do beyond assurances after decades of corruption mismanagement war is a lack of everything, including equipment, hospital supplies, and even roads. a lot of fans died, humanitarian crisis is worse. and because of sanctions and the lack of funds after the taliban to go over love. here i have been appointed by the stomach, emily to be in charge of the aids coordination, and we will have them up to use the wounded and the people whose homes were destroyed as hospital struggled to cope and thousands made homeless. meditating aid,
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his school, he started trickling into the remote province of a post and the go go it go. good. when you go, yes, of the items are being given out according to the domestic needs of the people. there's flower pulses, sugar, and obviously they are in a situation where their houses have been destroyed. we've included all types of food items according to the needs of the families. many have crossed into neighboring park, a son to seek medical help. an 8 convoys are arriving from the best and border union army plains have brought aid, including hundreds of tents, blankets and medicine, and also a team of rainy and red crescent workers and aid workers face major challenges in dire villages have been wiped out. it was actually years for these very decided you'd communities to recover not only from the tragedy of losing entire families, but also on how they would rebuild. is michael holmes,
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my homes that were the investment of lifetime phase mala. just expect more aftershocks after the shot worth quick for those who already lost everything. survival remains the biggest fear. some of the job aid out there. i go live now town. lots easy. he's in the eastern province of poxy, or how does the situation look now in terms of getting those desperate items to survivors? the efforts to get items to survivors is ongoing, but there are still issues. you know, the roads are major, major issue for anyone to get to these districts can take between 5 and 10 hours and there just aren't enough helicopters even to the day in the past in the past few days. you know, those helicopters would come with injured bodies and leave with assistance. now they're hoping that there are fewer injured bodies and just going in and out with assistance. but still,
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it's not enough because there you need more helicopters and you also need more people able to go on these roads to these far away. very remote districts on rocky cracky on paved road. i li, i spoke to a science molig just just a couple of hours ago, who said, look these off the truck as an aftershock. they can go on for a while. what's happening to people who've lost their homes and are afraid of going into any home because of the aftershocks this is exactly what the government is trying to address, their calling for international organizations to provide temporary housing for people. because as you said, they are afraid to go back into their home and you're talking about homes that were made with mot better cracking where the rooms are completely broken. and so what they're asking for is that be some kind of whether sustainable is tense or other temporary housing that they can live in until they can properly rebuild their home
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and hopefully move to an area a little bit less susceptible to these kinds of disasters. thank you so much, i appreciate you bringing us the latest lines out of that. or i, let's bring in now for the deaf lindsey. he's the turkish red crescent representative in afghanistan and joins us from politic province. good to have you with us. so have you been able to reach the epi center, the hardest hit area? thank you so much for having me with a boy in the section here on the ground and working together with us to provide emergency really who are affected by our 3 are actually us. there's only, you know, there are too many challenges to reach the area in the me. sure. here is
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the transportation and i'm wanting you to reach the area and it's the biggest challenge and the be. all right, let me tell me want, i've been hearing from some of our journalists. we've been speaking to just moments ago. they're saying people need some basics, like food, water, shelter, what do you need in order to be able to give people what they need? well, we actually have provided by today for 500 to 500 household items and we are working to provide more food items. ringback the site that we are working to provide shelter and but it seals the so i've been talking but it seems that i'm sure you're doing your best, but it seems that agencies simply can't get enough aid quick enough to people. what do you need in order to, to speed up that process?
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so were women need to carry out materials from public officers with choppers know that there are gaining time. you know, the route to reach the area is quite takes almost more than time hours and be able to pick the area so that the biggest challenge to provide enough 8 to the people. and then also there are so many people that you are already getting power key and job and they're also seeking for assistance from the use in the field. so there are not only people, but there are other people who need urgent emergency system right
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now. so you mentioned helicopter that comes up a lot. so for those perhaps watching this interview, representatives of foreign governments or agencies who have that kind of logistical equipment, helicopters and so on, would you call for them to help you provide that kind of to provide helicopter. so you can reach people quicker. we were one of the 1st to reach area from the beginning of the week that that night. so for now, vehicles are on the way to area and we were already able to reboot timely food items. of course, there is a need for helicopters to reach you directly, but the from our side i can see that you are ready to respond for this is, are,
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this is aster. i cannot say that we are the officials here. i mean, just fix to provide the helicopters to deliver our items. all right, thank you so much for sharing your perspective and what's happening there for that . my dear. thank you. now, a commonwealth heads of government meeting has begun in wanda, in the controversial u. k. rwanda asylum deal is threatening to overshadow the summit. both britons prime minister barak johnson, and the case prince charles are attending. johnston has defended his government's plan to deport migrants to rwanda. prince charles's reportedly criticized the deal in private or malcolm. i have joined us now live from kigali, so how much control overseas britain's asylum policy? stirring their prince charles,
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just days before he travelled here, take a golly was reported by british newspapers as calling this deportation deal. appalling rights groups have been very critical of it as well. and it's also shown lights on one, the human rights record. a lot of the rights groups that have delegates, he, i've been expressing concerns about the commonwealth apparent endorsement of some countries that have poor human rights records, including the host. rwanda with me is serial to pass the he's a trustee of the commonwealth human rights initiative, which has expressed some concerns regarding the commonwealth in the human rights situation. what are those concerns? there are several concerns and a little bit both in terms of who is being led in what are the criteria that are being applied for those who can shave within the organization. and what are the mental measurements that they have in place? because the commonwealth charter is fine. it one of the few international
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organization very explicitly mentioned participation in democracy and human date. and at the same time, at lexia enforcement mechanism to do so. so that is an issue, it's going to in many countries, and it's something that interested sufficient number of international human rights and you have to sign a joint statement and which countries in particular, do you have human rights concerns about? well, if you look at the $54.00 countries, it depends on the criteria and you choose if you're looking at things like access to just to be report that has come out no more than 30 countries, have fairly poor conditions, the pre trial detainees. if you look at 60 things like breast feed them, you know, a lot of commonwealth countries which are doing very well and at high on the agenda . but also a lot of course will continue including countries that hold elections like india equipment, largest democracy, the different question. but the fact that if you don't look, i'm very poorly. if you look at the report from the and the index. and if you look at other countries that have been put betral and surgical concern,
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you have them in one day, shall you have them about uganda. you have them about several of the countries which make you wonder better. the ideals by which common will extend by to what extent is the moment it show for the family as it is called able to enforce it isn't the meeting of ads of government who represent about a 3rd of the world's population? isn't this in fact really about trade in business and not about human rights? it's all. so it's very interesting. you said that, you know, that is a business florida. i'm going on there talking a lot about climate, about sustainability, about just transitions and so on. but at the same time, we have been talking about issues like modern slavery, a more informed of our contemporary form, the way those kinds of issues are not being talked about, the job technologies being talked about, but not surveillance. and what is being done through surveillance. people are talking about, you know, being ability, ability for goods and capture to move from one country to another, but not the ease with which people can move from one country to another. so yes, that is a big business dialogue going on a lot of networking going on there. the question is,
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to what extent is it inconsistent written to mention to you in guiding principles of business and human rights. thank you very much. that was a little patty is a trustee of the commonwealth human rights initiative. you were here at the commonwealth heads of government meeting in kigali, in rwanda banks here in the ha, thank you malcolm. now plenty more still ahead of the news our including the u. k. conservatives on shaky ground, white to bi election losses fell trouble for feminist subarus johnson. and it's false. we'll hear from the pe setting golfer who says, talking about kiwi fruit has been the secret to our success. ah. the united nation says information it has gathered shows the bullet that killed al jazeera journalist should be now barclay on may be 11th, was fired by israeli forces. the u. n. says, an investigation shows the shot that killed al jazeera journalist,
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rena barclay. on may. the 11th was fired by israeli forces and human rights of his spokesperson said the bullet did not come from indiscriminate firing by palestinians. the un human rights spokesperson says the facts of the incident are clear. at around a half past 6 in the morning, as 4 of the journalists turned into the street leading to the camp. wearing bullet proof helmets and flak jackets with press markings, several single seemingly well aimed bullets were fired towards them from the direction of the israeli security forces. one single bullet injured at the sum of the in the shoulder and another single bullet hit a black lay in the head and killed her instantly. or let's bring in bernard smith, who joins us now from west jerusalem. so how are these findings reverberating where you are burnett? some of these railey military has called this investigation,
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like other investigations biased. we've already had silicon conclusions drawn by an investigation blown by the so say the press, the washington post, cnn, and the new york times all coming to the same conclusions as the united nations israeli military. reject it on the enormous support in israel, generally for these railey military, where most israelis have served they do compulsory military service. so there's little pressure on the israeli military domestically to do anything else other than reject these findings israeli military officers, by the way, it was the palestinian authority to hand over the bullet that killed serene, so he can do his own ballistics investigation and response a palestinian prime minister, he said at a memorial forgery last week said, well, they should hand over the rifle to us. so me. all right, thanks so much. bennett smith, allow that spring in mohammed alley and
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a nor he's the chief of the middle east and north africa section. the office of the un high commissioner for human rights. he joins us live from geneva, good to have you with us. so 1st of all, if you could take us through the, the information which you went through and lead you to this finding. thank you very much. for having me, as we indicated in a lot of the spacing this morning, we collected information on the grounds. the we interviewed witnesses and we visited the site engineering. ginny, cam angry, considered also the opinions from independent experts and the all the information gathered support at the outcome. the conclusion that to be fired came from b is that only forces and we conducted this this said if you, since last month. so as, as you mentioned,
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other also organizations and media kit came to the same conclusion. and in the statement that was put out by the un spokesperson though, as a reference to several well aimed bullets, and that the following was not discriminant. explain to us the significance of this indeed, as, as we mentioned, it wasn't in discriminant fired, as indicated initially by, by those really side. it was clear from the need you on from the images and also from the witnesses that it was a direct targeting, shooting and your colleagues who choose to not have you had any communication or contact with the, with israel about your findings. immediately after the incident we,
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we called upon all parties to, to cooperate with us and to provide us with information and, and we communicated, of course, today's policy and use our request to, to provide information to our colleagues. so our staff we did not receive any, any form of communication from daily side or any, any kind of indication that they will establish independent, transparent investigation into the incident. what we have is basically, you know, review by, by the israeli forces. however, we did not receive any indication that there would be kind of investigation that is up to the international standards and meaning that this investigation should be open and transparent and independent. so until now we did not receive
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such a confirmation. what is the possibility then? that the un conducts its own independent transparent investigation. as, as we indicated, we conducted our review based on the information that we have based on the also the system a news from, from witnesses. however, such such investigation needs mandate from inter governmental buddies like the human eye council, for instance, to ensure that all parties involved and this incidental corporate and provide information. let me jump in and say though they have been precedents in the past where the human rights counselors asked the one of the when bodies or special rap tool has taken the initiative to launch an investigation. even when one of the parties or the, the party suspected is not cooperating, why can that not happen?
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in this case? this is again, it is up to the, to the human rights council or the g. a or a special told us to do this to decide to conduct further investigation. however, as i mentioned when the killing happened last month, we announced that there would be our on verification of the incident. and we conclude that this andrea announced this morning. so this is, this is the situation. unfortunately, in some occasions, member states or the partisan board and such incidents, they understand from any kind of engagement or granting access to investigators, as you know, is that is the buying power and controls the access to the bank. and without,
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without this access it will be difficult for the investigators to, to be on the ground. all right, thank you very much. mohammed ali in the saw said thank you. have a you case governing party is lost to crucial by elections, putting pressure on prime minister barnes johnson. the loss of a previously safe, conservative seat in devon to the liberal democrats is being seen is by far the most damaging parties chairman has resigned saying it's supporters deserve better. i jonah howl now, joins us from tibbets. and so jonah, the bi election is causing waves, isn't it there? why are these seats so important to buy elections? 2 constituencies lost in a single night. it's hugely damaging. the conservative party and forest johnson because they represent very different demographics, different constituencies, and
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a 2 prong attack, really on the conservative party is electro majority ahead of the next election, particularly as they keep or as johnson as need. you've got on the one hand wakefield in west yorkshire that has gone back to the labor party. it's part of labor's traditional so called red wallace to the working class seats that fell. many of them to bar is johnson's conservatives in 2019. this is a fine of labor's potential ability to rebuild that wall at the next election. but the far more consequential losses here in tifton and hollow to nom, starting in tifton. this is true blue, conservative country, it's the sort of seat they would have expected to hold with very little effort. it's voted this area conservative for 100 years. instead going to the liberal democrats and with a record numerical swing. and this assign that the conservative party's core support is shaky. and when you add those 2 things to the fact that in the early hours of the morning, a major conservative party figure all of
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a doubt and the chairman resigned. he said things could not go on as they are. they will now be worried that other big figures may follow suit. and those are 3 reasons for real disquiet in the party and the government. now it's not an outright sense of crisis. so a bit of a slap for the british prime minister. what is sparse? johnson had to say about it. he's away. he's in rwanda at the commonwealth heads of government meeting, fall from the fray here, but far from insulated from its effect. here's what he had to say. yes, it's absolutely true that we've had some, some tough by election results and they being, i think, a reflection of a lot of things. but we've got to recognize that a voters are going through a tough time in the mood. and i think that as a government, i've got to listen to what people to say. and in particular to the difficulties
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people are facing over the cost of living. so far is johnson insisting he will carry on. but the question is for how long? remember it just 3 weeks ago. now he survived far too narrowly a vote of no confidence by his own. and these 2 in 5 of whom voted against him. that was after a series of scandals involving issues of trust and integrity, not least for his johnson himself receiving a police fine for breaking the law over, locked down parties in downing street. and i think it is highly likely now that these 2 defeats carry with them a message to his party to the rest of his m p. 's that but potentially this is no longer a prime minister who is a vote winner who is an intellectual asset. and they may well be now moves behind the scenes restarting to try and plot their next attempt to unseat him. all right, thanks so much. jonah holler, and the governor of ukraine's eastern land screech and says his forces will have to
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leave the embattled city of sierra done yet. sc governor sa get. i says, remaining positions have been smashed, the pieces says staying there doesn't make sense. and other local officials said the nearby district of healthcare had been fully occupied by russian forces. us secretary of state antony, blinking his warning 40 to 50000000 people could go hungry because of russia's invasion of ukraine. lincoln is in germany for a g 7 meeting on global food security. the aftermath of the ukraine war for germany's foreign ministers accusing rush of using hunger as a weapon of war. cranes, black see ports remain, mind preventing the exports of grain by sea as spring in jane basses b, she's a senior lecture at the university of kate down, and experts on urban food security joins us from cape town. good to have you with
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us. the fact that we've got so many world leaders now gathering to address food security that ready. one thing that really demonstrates how acute and threatening the crisis is. absolutely, and we need to remember that even before the ukraine crisis, we had record high prices. and so across the world, typically in africa, we're seeing ever increasing numbers of students who can't people. it's estimated now that in east africa, they're 89000000 people who are acutely insecure. and that's an increase of 90 percent on last year's numbers. and as i read out there some more leaders talking about the possibility of 50000000 people going hungry, is that what you fear as well? yeah, i mean we're already seeing devastating famine in somalia across east and, and across the somehow. so i think we really are facing a significant crisis and not only that, but the wealthy program to have traditionally. so a lot of day,
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a week from the ukraine are unable to, to meet the needs. so we have a shortage argue that people are able to buy and there's brokerages in ukraine or also then event effecting aid system as well. we're seeing word leaders gathering. are they coming up with a solution for the sorts of challenges you're mentioning? now this starting to be some kind of a useful conversation. so there's a series of, of, and proposals on the take about the different ways in which we can start to shift some of the, the food out of ukraine. i think there's long term issues. we need to think about as well. so obviously as fuel prices go up as fertilizer becomes a challenge that we may see actual shortages of food next year. so at the moment there's enough food around, we just can't get it to people. if we don't get the fertilizer, right, we don't control fuel prices, we were going to be in it even deeper challenge. and we're also seeing a range of food expo van, so india band, the expo to wheat part years as a result of ukraine. the party as also as
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a result of overtime crisis. and so i think i'm gonna have to find new and innovative solutions since challenge. you mentioned that the food is that it just can't be exported. but some experts have been saying, even if the food gets out, even if they find a way to, to ship this out. if the war drags on, it could turn from being a supply chain crisis to a production crisis. if the war messes with the ability of these countries to actually produce, then it's a much bigger and deeper problem, isn't it? absolutely. so a number of thumb food experts are already starting to use this as a, as a mode to, to kind of question the logic of the food system that we've developed. while we so dependent on a particular small number of staples from very few number of countries to the suggestions, well maybe we try and get countries to build up this strategic grain release. we also need to think about increasing the diversity of crops, you know, moving back some of those more traditional crafts that different countries would use, which gives you resilience in terms of, of kind of robustness against shocks,
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political shocks and against climate crisis. i think there's a moment to, to reconsider the structure the food system we have because what we have is an extremely vulnerable system. all right, thank you very much for your perspective on that question. thank you. time for the weather. his everton, hello the weather slash you set fare across the middle east. as per usual, lots of hazy sunshine, maybe a little lifted dust and sand just coming down across the eastern side of the raven peninsula over the next day or so. but nothing too much to speak of. 45 celsius here in dough hobby, a touch warmer. as we go on into sunday, we have got some showers further north coming outs of central and eastern parts of turkey. heading towards the caucuses, one or 2 of those showers may be up towards armenia. georgia could be on the sharp side limit of localized flooding a possibility. they started the rain for afghanistan, $32.00 celsius in kabul, it will stay dry here and largely dry to across northern parts of africa. we have
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got possibility of one or 2 showers just around the final west, but again, nothing too much to speak of. where to where the further south typically across so southern parts of west africa, but the showers are creeping back into southern areas of molly into mauritania. maybe into senegal. once again, easily waste driving those showers into the heart of africa, central africa season, rather wet weather. northern parts of the democratic republic of congo also seems a broader, wet weather scattering of showers, just round east and africa. no, to save as they should be. still one or 2 showers into south africa we could do with more. that rain is of the process of moving north. thank so much. allison was still had an al jazeera why russia's president is turning to the bricks club for solidarity. the latest from the virtual summit spent an important night for the next generation of basketball stars. so now we'll be here with a sport sub game. ah,
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lou. ah, while you're watching al jazeera reminder now about top stories this out, there are urgent appeals from the taliban for international help. after afghanistan's most destructive earthquake in 20 years, more than 1100 people died in the quake on wednesday. 5 were killed friday morning and aftershocks near the at the center. a commonwealth heads of government meeting has begun to rhonda and a controversial u. k. rwanda asylum deal is threatening to overshadow the summit. both britons, prime minister boris johnson and the u. k. prince charles are attending. the un
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says an investigation shows the shot that killed al jazeera journalist, sharina barclay on may. the 11th was filed by israeli forces. the human rights office spokesperson said the bullet did not come from indiscriminate firing by palestinians. the war in ukraine was high on the agenda of this week's bricks. meeting the host chinese president, she ging ping, criticize what he described as the abuse of international sanctions. was also the 1st major diplomatic appearance of russian president vladimir putin since the invasion. katrina, you reports from bay ging, smiling to camera. the leaders of the british nations make virtually on thursday affirming a block which some have described as an alternative to the g 7, representing china, brazil, south africa, india and russia. the nation's account for more than 40 percent of the world's population and nearly a quarter of global gdp. the response to russia's invasion of ukraine was front and
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center with host chinese president. she didn't p. opening the gathering by criticising us led sanctions, lamear funky that we urged a world to reject the cold war mentality and a block confrontation, oppose unilateral sanctions and abuse of sanctions. reject the smoke circles built around had germany, them had a bricks, business foreign. he accused pinto of antagonizing russia and sanctions had turned the global economy into a weapon. so the comments were echoed by vladimir putin. can they dis, 1st major diplomatic appearance since russia's invasion of ukraine is a new but i don't one, the only based on honest and the mutually beneficial cooperation. can we find a solution to the crisis situation in world economy love because of ill conceived egotistical actions. a particular countries put inside russia had recently increased trade with bricks, partners, none of whom had supported sanctions against moscow. china and india,
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a key importance of russian energy, indian lead and rend remotely. however, steered clear of mentioning sanctions as a u. s. ally, u deli, is refusing to pick aside like we do not believe that dell for, for such as the bricks should become a black forms out for these kind of her geopolitical destinations. as i said, are we see the value of the brick summit? speaking bears at this time precisely in enabling us to slow down, if not fully prevent. what seems to be a kind of a incipient modernization are in your politics, sir. are the best one, the one side and china and russia on the other side. in a joint declaration, the leaders called for more dialogue between russia and ukraine, and pledge to deep in cooperation in fighting covered 19 counter terrorism and economic recovery. china proposed a free tree block along to 5 countries in the group is discussing whether twit me,
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mendez, katrina, you al jazeera teaching, last spring in tem fees, or for quote, a. he's a senior research fellow and expert on international relations at, at for said, joins us now from johannesburg. good to have you with us at 10 be so as always, let's start with the big picture here. what is china really getting out? is it putting together an old turnitin alliance to the u. s. lead order is challenged, trying to do that. every quarter will be expansion of briggs, in other words, inviting other countries, particularly jackie to join the break. so the all intention of charlie's to expand the blog, briggs selected, can oppose a new competition to be with an order. now what, we're not quite sure whether the 2 issues that are close to with countries, particularly india or africa with in bricks will be able to that proposal is the
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war and ukraine, perhaps boosting or speeding up that process. some estimates say rushes trade with china, india, brazil in south africa jump 38 percent in the 1st quarter of this year was that's what is happening. i'm entrusted, right? has been doing that curse or cheaper the energy resources between i guess and the total to these countries. so that's very attractive. that is countries and they might just of course and take off of all fresh. but having said that, b u. s. has all and believe the african countries that will be seen to the weekend . russia all going against the moves of continue to sanction russia and the u. s. is put in for the bill that will punish those countries if he had, we known about africa for example. is still life dependent on not only us products, but also a lot of wisdom products and services. so if they do continue moving to us to
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russia and we might just see sort of the goal. so facing some sort of isolation which leads us then to the next question, is this just a temporary action by some of the bricks? countries to take advantage of, as you said, cheap russian oil? or is this a, a, a true political or geopolitical shift? i think that's temporary, i mean you can ignore the current good, so services that are presented by the us and to western countries. at the moment, i had a discussion no longer with some of my students, and we were talking about the bottles of google, for example. how students in russia are now forced to go back to library to search for information, whereas managed to live around the old, still rely on google or the answers for, for their studies. they saw something as simple as that. and if it was to be
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implemented to one of these countries to really create a severe inconvenience to her social, political stability and also progress within his countries. so i think it's temporary, this so whole blanket for the director with, with the rush at the moment to suffer because as of said, russia is dwindling to character, cheaper energy prices. and until i'm told that to exhaust that, you are likely to see an article i did to credit of mention they're going back to the traditional our last. all right, as always good talking to 10 visa for good now more than 3800 emergency responders have been deployed to battle a wild fire in southwest turkey. it's burned for 3 days in a coastal area which had devastating fires last year. more than 3000 tech heads of forests have already been damaged. dozens of helicopters and planes, the dropping walter to 1000 the flames, including aircraft sent from az that by jan. and cutoff. sin and casala joins us
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live from mama as in turkey now. so i have the rescue teams been able to get a handle on these files while saw me, it is the 3rd day as you said, that the fire fighters have been battling against these wild laces. and this a agent called still city. however, because of the, when it is difficult for them to stop the fire, because the wind is very strong during the day. even though the weather is not very hot, like last you a lot to lie as a carry water as a drop slot or you can, you just found of the helicopters and planes lying a bowl as they are carrying water above the hill behind us. the fire on going behind behind the hill that is behind me. they are fighting, but it is really difficult for them to complain. that's just because of the wind and this late this afternoon. the wind is expected to blow faster than before,
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but we are expecting the target presence is to make a face about this. a we, i was told by last year facing damaging wildfires which cause a lot. * a lot more than 100000. now you are hearing probably you are seeing the plane applying your boss trying to pick her up. there's are in place. life doesn't buy it, but it is really difficult to cool because the woodland in the bay area is very intense despite the fire is on going in a scarcely populated area. this is a touristic destination and people living around here in these villages and they live based on the forest based on the nature itself. but home is, since the last area has really paid a lot, has really lost a lot from its theory,
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from its nature. when to speak to people, they say that it is easier to build houses when they are burned, but it is really difficult to get back before the work that they lose. during these wild fires, we heard the interior minister saying that a person was arrested as he has admitted to burning a fire just because of a family issue. because if a business conflict among the family members, he set the set the woodland on fire and then it grew so much. but the climate change is the major factor of the wildfires in the mediterranean base and some as you know, like last year. so everybody expects a while to fire in the coming weeks by the end of july, and they are expecting the turkish government to be ready via those fire extinguisher planes and helicopters so that turkey loses norma would then stop me.
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i thanks so much center console. sedans, east and red sea state is home to unesco natural world heritage site. the coastal waters have a huge variety of marine species of climate change is threatening the regions, coral, reef, and low course can hope tourism can bring much needed attention. morgan revolts from port sedan on the red sea. here of the coast of the eastern city of port sedan is where a man reese usually comes to dive. this part, nearly 15 kilometers off shore is known as on maria and is his favorite. it's named after italian worship that was scuttled here during world war 2 to avoid being captured for decades, it's been home to coral reefs and a variety of marine life. a man says for him, these other real underwater treasures. and the reason he enjoys diving here, but we are here,
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the marine nature is diverse. there are different types of fish of different sizes as well as different types of corals. and the colors are what makes it special, as well as the density of coral reefs in a small location. you can find a lot of corals that you can find in many parts of the red sea or to dam coastal waters have long been a source of escape and pleasure for the people who live in the city. many come to its shores during the summer months, but ter, company say very few dived to explore below its waters and how no really nothing nor. we try to show people that the sea has many types of activities, not just fishing. there's diving their islands to explore, they can camp on the coast. there are many activities that can promote tourism in the right. see, and we want to show people that this lighthouse is called hang beneath it. so unesco natural heritage site. it's one of the spots where 2 companies usually take tourists, but the company say less than
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a 1000 tourists come each year. so they hope that by exploiting the corals beneath these waters more will come. the low number of terrorists has helped preserve this part of the red sea. now with climate change threatening marine life, and the region marked for its ability to support coral reef. turn companies are hoping business will improve, but attracting visitors here has its challenges. so we're both all high up so high on it. there's not enough docs for yacht, and 2 boats to duck in and, and the services provided to tourists are not according to international standards or for divers to have full comfort while practicing their diving hobby. and sometimes those put to take care of the sector or not. those who have the experience in tourism with coral reefs threatened around the world. many hope that the natural beauty of those striving here will attract more visitors and their livelihoods will thrive alongside them. he bal, morgan al jazeera, on the red sea of the coast of port sedan, still had an al jazeera why,
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one of the world's biggest agricultural produces is facing a food prices of its own. oh i see some dollars. gotta go on the what has gone on in schools and unexpected. has it at this golf tournament in the us? that's here with that story. ah ah, with
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with ah ah ah ah ah. now brazil is one of the world's major agricultural produces and exporters, but it's also facing
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a hunger crisis worse than any in its recent history record inflation of more than 11 percent a year as tripled the price of staple food products and increased poverty levels. one, okay, on the key of has the story. lines of hungry people waiting for a meal have doubled in brazil during the past 2 years. 33000000 people can barely eat in a country that produces enough food to feed 110th of the world's population. i listened up idiot, a mother of 5 in unemployed is one of them. she lost her job at a gas station during the coven 19 pandemic, but could rely on government handouts. look up your machine. now the handouts and donations have dwindled, and inflation has doubled the price of staple food products like rice in rio de janeiro, one of brazil's richest cities. the crisis is visible during the 1st 5 months of this year,
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the number of people qualifying for government health to feed their families has increased by 100 percent compared to the same period in 2020 while. we have old dad to pick him up on a farm. it's the was backlash in 3 decades when brazil 1st started at campaign to fight hunger. we're now back on the united nations hunger map which we had managed to leave in 2014. that's why rios government is planning to open 55 new soup kitchens this year. this soup kitchen will be handing out 200 mules every day. bit eda is one of the lucky ones. another 100 families have applied for aid, but there aren't enough resources recovered. addict gosh, foreign. she works as a chef in a restaurant in the babylonian slum. his only son was killed in a shoot out with the police, vic, up with them there with them. i found a way to cure my sorrow with the help of people from our neighbourhood. we have
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reached out for donations and our cooking meals for those who are facing a much worse situation than we are. the situation is so serious and brazil that experts are comparing hunger in latin, america's largest economy to that of some of the world's poorest countries feel like they would have that in me. i dont know, but as your me a little quieter withers, my food insecurity in brazil has increased 4 times more than the average global rate. the pandemic devising fuel prices and record inflation. holden, 11 percent a year or a part of the problem about that. but that doesn't explain why brazil's doing so badly despite being a major agricultural producer and exporter med aqua, brazil's presence able sonata, who is up for reelection october, is pushing to increase government handouts until the end of the year, palms good. meanwhile, the poor from the babylonia slum in real or helping the poorest with their prayers . and by sharing what little they have monica not give al jazeera rio de
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janeiro. all right, so i'm to catch up on all the sport with santa thank you very much. a samuel apollo bunkerville was the center of attention on the n b a draft that the 19 year old that was the number one overall pick at an advantage that the launch pad the afford, top level basketball, chris anderson reports the orlando magic select palo band, kara hollow burn kara, was a man dressed to impress on the biggest nights of his basketball career. so for the teenager from seattle is heading to the old limbo magic as the surprise number one overall pick at the m b a draft. the 1st 2 years of his contract, we'll see him earning more than $20000000.00. this is one of best moments in my life. i am super excited and i couldn't be happier. you know, to be a member in orlando magic. this isn't even a dream. i feel i this is like a, a fantasy like i dream of being in ambia. um,
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but being an m one overall pay you notice is crazy clay with traveler's. select abroad jane. he's joining an elite list. look, ron james was inside pick in 2003 layer. the draft is an annual event when teams from north america, hopefully get the chance to select new players from us colleges, international competitions, themes that fail to reach the playoffs in the previous season. get to choose 1st. i'm going to go earlier. dyson daniels was the highest international. pick your strategy and he's on his way to the new orleans pelicans. and i want them unenrolled mama, hot jobs. and as the dream come true, i've jumped to this now for as long as i can remember. so ah, to finally be here in a lot of hard work, but i'm, i'm just lester. deborah beams, vision gives opportunity because you're a starting point on a career path. although selected will be hoping one day leads to them winning the n
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b a championship. and the richardson algae 0 off past european gov's leading tour a has find and suspended the players that who took part in the 1st event of a saudi arabian, a back break away competition a d p. well, tor says that any of its members who played in the live series open are banned from the upcoming scottish open. a statement to i did the participation in other conflicting torments that without the required releases, my incur for that sanctions. the next live event is scheduled to take place and portland, oregon. at the end of the month. several of our members willfully broke our rules and regulations on the conflicting term regulations, and that is in the membership handbook that they have signed. and it's not a new role it's, it's been around for some 30 years. and in speaking to many of our members, they were disheartened. they felt disrespected ah, disrespect to the tour for the members that did wilfully break these rules and
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regulations that are there to governor tour to protect themselves, to protect the sponsors in the stakeholders. why macro has been outspoken critique of plays that a whole left the pga tour in north america to sign up for the live series. the well number 2 shot, an opening round of 62 and the travelers, championship, and connecticut. mackerel came into the event, haven't finished in a tie for 5th at last week's us open. and they've been to try to prove anything to anyone. i'm just i'm in a good run a 4 month plan. well, i'm, i'm whether that gives me a little more confidence to speak up on certain issues. you know, maybe, but i'm, i'm just going either trying to play my game and try to try to win some, some more tournaments. and the runaway a golf cart also made a big impact on day one. 0,
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i see some dog has got to go on or has gone. oh my goodness. well, thankfully the only victims were the golf clubs on the back of the buggy. south korea as the n g h one says that tell king about kiwi fruit was the key to her success on day one of women's pga championship. john had her course record in maryland to take a 5 shot lead. and the 3rd major of the women season she said, talking to her katie about to her favorite foot helped relax her on the course. isn't really tough to find a good. keep me from the supermarket of. luckily we have a good korean supermarket near here. so i got a good gold key row on there. that's a lot of it talk. serena williams has been drawn to phase how many, 10 of france and the 1st round at wimbledon. williams warmed up for her grand slam returned with 2 doubles appearances at the east bourne international. you 40 year
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old hasn't played the competitive singles match since that she was injured. that wimbledon last year said grand slam of the season starts on monday. britton's elfin evans needs after the 1st 2 stages of the sci fi rally at kenya. some of his rival suffered and the monday conditions at one point. gus green smith that will found himself without a tire. and later on that his car caught fire 364 kilometer riley finishes on sunday. that's it for me, sammy, thank so my son up. and that says from me for this news hour, but i'm back in a moment with another full bullet in. so stay with us. ah, to sort it difficult so i will up and a lot of them when, why is one on one the,
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