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helen around the world. she lives in potent referendum on a new constitution. could it spell the end for the only democracy to have emerged from the out of spring uprising? as india suffers unprecedented heat wave, one o one goes to the fiery heart if the crisis center goal heads to the polls with the main opposition parties uniting can be reco power away from the ruling party. july on al jazeera control of the narrative shapes the landscape petroleum quite to the policy. read those images front of mind, which is a war very much bring forth out in the media as well as on the battlefield. their listening pe. dissect the media on al jazeera ah russian missiles hit the residential buildings in key. it's the 1st time in weeks
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the ukrainian capital has been targeted. it seen as a message to g. 7. leaders have been meeting in germany discussing ways to help you crane and ramp up pressure on russia. ah, i'm robust and this is all disease alive from doha also coming up as tightened collapses during a bull fight in columbia, killing at least 4 people and injuring dozens of others and distort parents see counselors in south africa, off to $21.00 young people that found deb in a tavern ah russian. miss allison targeted the ukranian capital for the 1st time in 3 weeks, but it happened as g 7 leaders of been gathering in germany for the 3 days summit.
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they're going to be talking about the consequences of the war in ukraine, including a global food crisis and soaring inflation. step vos and reports on the summits in gamez. parson cookson the scenic be so views of the bavarian alps are in contrast with the urgent and grim crisis. the 7 leaders of the world's highest income countries have to tackle. just before german chancellor, olive shoals greeted his guests. russian rockets, his ukrainian capital key. if it was seen as a message from president flag may put him to the lead us of the g 7 who want to impose more sanctions on russia like an export ban on golds. mr. president, you've a reaction to the russian missile strike from the apartment building and he's the u . s. president replied calling it more of russia. the barbarism lead us of the cheese sap and want to show a united front against potent and their common support for ukraine. but the unity is increasingly under pressure. now that the fall out of the war is affecting more and more people worldwide,
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including and cheese 7 countries. even stopping all g 7 countries are concerned about the crises that we have to deal with. some countries these franken growth rates, increasing inflation shortage of goods sent disruption of supplies. these are not small challenges together. we have to take responsibility, but i'm very confident that we will send a clear signal of unity from the summit that's getting the most urgent signal aid organizations are waiting for is a clear plan on how to tackle food shortages as a consequence of the war column for that, put into the wall, just pop the in visual because he's action is effect and millions of people very far from where he was we are. he thought he was happy that you know he's wall. so that is a call. but beyond that, as well, is to think about how do we come, how do we de escalate? how do we talk about, you know, how do we get everybody on the table? it is time to think about the lives of those were affected. and, you know,
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and this price is as soon as possible. a survey house ahead of the summit shows that while most european feels solidarity weight ukraine and support the sanctions against russia. many are worried about the, the numbers cost of the war and they want the war to and as soon as possible, they also not necessarily want to boost military support for your grade. a message leaders here may have to take into account sub files and algae theora in fact and give june 7th. leaders have also announced a multi $1000000000.00 infrastructure plan to counter china's growing influence and lower income countries. our diplomatic editor james base has more. you just have to rewind 12 months. one year ago, the g 7 wasn't here. it was in cornwall in the u. k. and there they came up with a plan that was known as a rather awkward title. build back better world b 3 w that was going to be a global infrastructure plan. nothing really actually much happened after that. and it seems that they are trying to rebuild the idea. it has
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a new name. now it's partnership for global infrastructure and investment and new acronym. it's p g. i. and the plan is to rival the belt and road initiative of china to try and put infrastructure around the world. and to show that it's something that democratic countries are doing and present, bud was very keen to stress that this is what democracy can do if they work together. i think that's a little bit of a dig at china. but also, of course, at russia, this time of the war in ukraine when the attack on ukraine's capital is the 1st time has been targeted in 3 weeks. my officials say one person's been killed and 5 have been injured. 14 missiles were launched, hitting a residential building, a military site and a kindergarten. rescuers have been trying to reach survivors believe to be stuck inside keepers mares told are the 0. the timing. the attack isn't a coincidence before i admire their beer. oh sammy marta. they attacked, it may be symbolic years and wallet gear aggression bruises. these,
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it's 13 woke up the egg because the last deck is, was as gerald secretary or united nations wizard. the key is this. no reason is says less war where died, 10001000 civilians. charles trafford has more from the scene of the attack the building behind me civilian residential building hit. we understand this morning by at least one cruise missile withholding another one landed in the near vicinity. also the have been civilian casualties. there are ongoing rescue efforts. we understand to try and free one woman injured, possibly fade dead. her daughter was taken away, sadly injured a few minutes ago. her husband also severely injured no signs of life when he was taken away in an id. that's what we've been told. i mean,
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you can see the level of destruction of the power of these missiles the say these 2 or 2 of fall the, the capital key in the early hours of this morning. ukrainian military says at least from t missiles hit various locations in the queue region early sunday morning, and i see over the door when we have saved the young girl approximately 8 years old . her mother is still under the rebel. we are finding it difficult to remove the debris, but the situation is under control. officially sasslof, we heard the me file come in. this is not the 1st time this error has been heat. so when you, we just had 23 seconds to take our after the explosion to the came outside to ask neighbors if they will key. then we heard the force rocket coming in and we ran for cower an hour or so later. emergency services carried an injured woman from the destroyed block of flats. this is one of the other strike sites close by what you're looking at. there is a kindergarten. now it's sunday. the school is not open today,
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but look at the size of this greater. it gives you some sort of idea of, of the power of the weaponry that sir the russians are using. according to locals. they heard the explosion around about 615 this morning, a residence in the building. the hind me on the right believes that at least one person has been injured. as a result of this strike, bear in mind that according to the ukraine in government, this kindergarten is one of more than 800 schools that have been damaged since the war began on february, the 24th cha, stratford al jazeera keith. in the coming hours, russia is expected to miss a debt interest repayment of a $100000000.00. it's going to be its 1st foreign default in more than a century, but moscow says it won't actually be a default. it says it's got the money, but it can't make the payment and the u. s. lead sanctions. chris wafer is ceo of
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strategy consultancy, from macro advisory. he says the kremlin won't be too concerned about missing the payment. it will have no impact over the short to medium term because moscow has not been planning course, are not able to borrow money international markets for some time and some been able to for about $3.00 or 4 years. and there's no plan to and just need to of course, because, right, know, the, the got the government or the country is earning a great in the money from exports in commodities at these high prices. the impact is more longer term, i guess when assuming we were to get back to some sort of normality. then the fact that russia will have default is, of course, will be like anybody, i guess, just a bad mark on your credit rating and make russia, it'll make it more difficult for russia to borrow money down the road. but over the short medium term, there'll be no difference other than perhaps moscow may know may be forced into
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accelerating some other payments, but the total amount would be about less than the $1000000000.00. and right now, rushes earning death amount, almost every 2nd day, from export. officials in columbia. these 4 people have been killed and doesn't have been injured after part of an arena collapse to doing a bullfight video taken by a witness captured the moment. the stand fell apart and the town of l east and some bows escaped and run through the streets, injuring several people, and our fears the death toll is going to rise. genovius glasgow is a freelance, john. listen vulgar tom. she says safety at bullfighting. events has been a long standing issue in columbia. these types of fighting festivals are common here in columbia. they're different than a spanish bullfight, in which there's one bull and dies at the end. it usually involves about 30 bows and spectators. the public are invited to engage with the bill to read them, taught them chase, and it has resulted in injuries and deaths. before in columbia,
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president alexis had retreated. i hope that all the people suffered by the collapse of the president of the now will be able to recover from their injuries. this has happened for him since 11 he treated as mares is not the author as any more spectacles with the death of people or animals. this has come up legally in columbia before the time band, the practice before it was overturned by the constitutional court several years ago . instance below the event that he's referencing northern city in columbia, known for these both festivals in 1983 levels of the balconies class and left 400 people dead. and 4000 injured and the town been suspended the festivals for 19 years. but then resumed again in 1999 before being suspended again in 2013. so this has been a political issue in columbia for many years with those on one side saying that it's a tradition and those on the other saying that it constitutes animal cruelty and adventure to the public, as well as
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a continuing across the u. s. 2 days after the supreme court voted to remove women's rights to abortion, the conservative dominated court overturned the role versus wade president, saying it's now up to individual states to decide whether to allow the procedure. several states have already closed abortion clinics. leading female democrats have called them president biden, and congress to protect abortion rights. nation wide sedan has accused ethiopia of executing 7 sudanese soldiers and a civilian. a spokesman for the sudanese armed forces claims ethiopia executed the prisoners of war before displaying them to the public. he says, sudan will retaliate. decades of tension between ethiopia and sudan has surged in recent months over the disputed border area of alpha chicago. each accuses the other of violating its sovereignty. has been the site of regular flareups of violence between the 2 armies. still i had an al jazeera funerals being held for a british journalist murder than the amazon. this month. his family voted,
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continues one plus 3 to why why the latest nasa launch is taking place in australia. not america. ah, the journey has begun. the faithful world copies on its way to catherine book. your travel package today. okay, it's june, not july, but this picture looks very much like july august, the rains a long way north and much heavier than you might expect in late. june is produced a huge amount so far in north korea and in parts of northern china. but the color is it's been pretty hot in japan. reco breaking me so on saturday, not quite as hot, but still quite humid. i think in most of honshu, q shoe and chicago,
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even hawkeye is getting on the game as the power at 26 is being on monday. which means that most of the sudden, shadow unusually is quite dry, will stay that way for the last part. even during tuesdays is rain, slowly fades out, but produces some witness. i think in the far north of south korea as well. and then in the philippines it looks increasing me. wes, i'll include miller in that with the potential of a circulation developing here. but just means big rain a moment. same is true. true through borneo and animals peninsula malaysian sumatra, even western java, which of course is being influenced by the persistent monsoon. now the monsoons officially burst now in good europe is just talking to roger stalen going round or to protest. so right in many places, quite heavy in places we may not want it now. think particularly of the north east of india. but in pakistan where you might want to relieve the heat that the shower, gone away, the shoe and line of the journey against a backdrop of syrian independence comes the story of military coups regime change,
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and insurgency al jazeera well explored the life of id boucher shockley. achieving his ambition to be syrian president in 1953 without been moved by his rivals and struck by an assassin's bullet al she shockley. sheree is master of cooper's. oh, now g 0 ah ah, your channel does eat a reminder on top stories. this are leaders from the group of 7 nations meeting in germany have been trying to show a united front and ukraine announcing further sanctions on russia. the pushing for
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solutions to reduce the impact of the war in the global economy. meeting opened on the same day that russia fired missiles on to the ukrainian capital, hitting a pop and block. it was the 1st time keep it been targeted in 3 weeks. the deputy mayor says one person was killed. officials in columbia say at least 4 people have been killed and dozens of been injured off part of an arena collapsed during the bull fight. some bulls had escaped and run through the streets, injuring several more people. a funeral is being held for a british journalist who was murdered in the amazon this month, along with a leading expert and local cultures. the wife of don phillips urged mourners to remember his love of humanity and paid tribute to the indigenous people who've been writing about 20, who's killed his sister, promised to continue his fight for the environment and social justice he was killed because he tried to tell. 7 what was happening to the rain
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forest and he can have it in his mission class with the interest of individuals who are determined to exploit the amazon rain forest. we are committed to continue with that work even in this time of tragedy. the story must be told, monica nocka was with protesters in rio de janeiro who demanding the more should be done to tackle crime and the amazon they're not only protesting because of bar dom phillips and little bit ada, who's the indigenous expert who was traveling with them but they're calling attention to the fact that there is still massacres going on in indigenous territories. there was just a recent confrontation of good, also the so which is another state with other indigenous peoples. so what they're
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saying is we must continue or not let this story die. we must keep the hid their ideas. 5 alive because. 6 all the amazon for is to will be destroyed. this is an electoral year, there'll be a presidential electors in october. people are, are brought our people here are blaming this government for having a like, turned a blind eye to the devastation in the amazon. and also for having stimulated with the things that he says, ah, for people to take over the amazon for my nerves, took him, he's in favor of exploiting commercially the rain forests. so this has made people fearless when they go and they enter lambs that they should, not in hat and for illegal activities. i could have national assembly has restarted a debate on the impeachment of president guillermo lasso and comes as indigenous groups promised to continue their nationwide strike into a 3rd week. on saturday,
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the president lifted a state of seizure imposed in several provinces. 6 civilians have died during the process. the indigenous movement says is going to keep up its pressure until the government meets its platform of 10 demands, including lower fuel prices and camps on the cost of food or latin america editor lucy newman has more from kito. but right now, you can see the way i'm in a very lively place where a hundreds of not thousands of strikers are enjoying the day off, at least that's what they've been given by their leadership. after 2 weeks of constant fighting constant striking, it's been very difficult. many of the people here sleep on the floor with their children. but right now they're taking a break before they go back on to the street tomorrow. they say, because the president has not given in to the most important demand on their 10 list on their list of 10, some concessions have been made. it doesn't look like there are talks going on. but
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i did the leadership of the indigenous confederation that is leading the strike throughout the country says that that is simply not enough to allow to allow their families repeating their people to get out of the deep, deep poverty that they're living in. this strike is taking a very, very deep poll not only on the strikers, but also on the economy of the country and on the political stability of this country at this hour, not far from where we are right now. the, the legislature, the congress of this country is in that 2nd session, the 2nd day of a, of hearing arguments for or against the no competence against the president. now, the president is certainly getting an ear full, but it does look like he will survive politically because they are not in a vote from the opposition to and see them at this point. and haiti, hundreds of supporters of the former president jean bertrand aristide, have gathered in the capital to demand his return. they say he needs to come back
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to the presidency to end the current crisis as anger over a crime rate, which is getting worse and political instability. last week, a number of civil society organizations accused the government have been linked to organized crime. i've also called for the un mission or to be terminated. agencies have joined the taliban and calling for western sanctions and i've got to stand to be eased after wednesday's devastating earthquake. more than 1100 people died and another 2000 were injured. it's been difficult to get aid and much needed supplies in and survivors in the remote particular province. a desperate for help africa and health officials, a warning of the potential for disease outbreaks. shania talk fall as with the you and world food program and ghana stun. she says thousands of people that are in need and the logistics are extremely difficult. number one is very, very remote area left on friday morning, very early. i've o'clock in the morning to get to host to get to sparrow. this 3
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effective districts. and again, and one of the things you just struck by is just the she had just done as a huge country. but when you are going out these remote places, the roads are really tough to navigate. very windy, you're close to the border with pakistan on the mountainous region is, is it's just it's rocky and it's from the so when we dispatched a tune from thursday, we pretty much caught up with them. we left on friday, but then they've been able to get sued and most essentially, assistance and shelter is just critical in these days. and again, we probably probably don't know just now what, what that i'm a member, what we do know is with, you know that many people,
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thousands of people with desperately need food, assistance and emergency supplies, south african authorities investigating how at least 21 young people died inside a popular bar in the eastern cape province, the not celebrating the end of their exams so far as no explanation for why they died or challenge reports. police forensic teams and onlookers gathered at a south african township pub on sunday, but what killed many young people inside this building in the city of east london is still a mystery. officials said the bodies don't show obvious signs of injury. they were found strewn across the tables, chairs, and the floor investigators, and taking samples. the signs of poisoning. it's believed to place was busy on saturday nights, as teenagers from the scenery park area celebrated after high school exams. the
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deaths have raised questions about youth alcohol consumption and safety standards at the informal local bars that any, any tavern is typical of parents. if the victims spoke of their shock. anson, i know we have a child that was there who passed away on the st. that's the information that we have. this child, we were not thinking would die this way. this was a humble child respectful and he listened. but as we know, kids will always be kids from the information we have. he was with one of his friends and that attended a function after their exams and had finished at school. they hired a car and went to that place. he was 17 turning 18 in november. we are very sad indeed. we are unemployed and we don't even know where to start. his father here is not even, well, we have parents who don't know what to do in south african president, serial rama fossa, expressed his deepest condolences to the families of the victims. those families
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waited outside the morgue, where bodies had been taken, hoping for news, and for answers will reach helen's al jazeera deforestation is being blamed for a sharp rise. an animal attacks an indian administered kashmir. 3 children were mould this month and another 4 people were attacked by a bear on friday. experts say animals and approaching settlements in search of food and shelter. probably little has more. c oh, helemano has experienced the unimaginable. she saw her daughter being attacked by a leopard, relatives, and neighbors a morning with the family as a corpse with the trauma just so full. in a 5th, i was walking with my daughters when i saw one of them being dragged. i tried to chase it, but my other daughter shouted stop. the leopard will kill us too. i told her to get help while i tracked the animal engine administered bush. me is seeing a sharp rise in attacks like these wild animals have killed at least 10 people
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since january and wounded nearly 150 others. most of them are believed to have been attacked by leopards or bears. ali mohammed managed to survive a better attack many years ago. he says the emotional scars are harder to heal legend. i face a lot of discrimination. people run away when they see me. no one walks with me and they always keep their distance. it's hard to take public transport. authorities have stepped up tracking efforts. dr. oman, as his team has been implanting microchips in the animals. it's a dangerous and time consuming process that he says is critical to stopping these attacks, and the animal is released back into the back into the wild if we get to get to recapture of the animal. again, this gives us and this gives us the idea about the movement about to and what is the range of the animal and a lot of the things that help us to devise various protocol due to strategies,
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how to combine the man and conflict experts see increased human activity, like agriculture, deforestation, and building homes near forests is causing these attacks the pressure on the natural spaces, natural habitats, and which would definitely amal door advocate. our creation into albert arts of are different animals which related to the adapt asians and did these adaptations the either we see in the form of leopards, when getting urbanized, aud oh, the black bis, they get socialized. people in this rest of him, allan regency, they are living under constant fear. authorities have stepped up patrols and said they're trying to respond to incidents foster. they admit they cannot completely stop these attacks, but insist they are trying to prevent them by raising awareness bargaining. but
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they'll out a 0 you delhi. the 1st 3 nasa rockers has blasted off from the remote wilderness of northern australia the mission to go from the autumn space center carrying instruments to study the evolution of the universe at ally scientists to measure interstellar x rays and provide new data on the structure of the cosmos, but 75 nasa personnel will and on him for the launch, which is the agencies 1st from a commercial spaceport outside the u. s. like a mini hubble telescope, that's fine. and it uses a chipping specific scientific methodology, which has been developed by the scientists who are running this program from the university of wisconsin. and the writer will be doing the university of colorado de campaigns and the measurements. so we get
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a lot streamed as pilot is, comes out of the shell of the rocket at about 350 kilometers into spice. francisco diego is a physics and astronomy lecturer, university college london. he says the collaboration is going to help increase the stallions interest. and space exploration is, is most that was more more r y, the collaboration with i mess up because i was just already signed and i be agreement or that the mr. courts, which i went to several countries which are now now getting together to long term people that are similar to the moon in the next few years on the side is one of them. so this is just that, what's building up interest in australia, people about a space, exploration, especially the younger generations that will be attracted with these kind of technology. that's our, a small step of the moment. but if we get bigger and bigger, i think one of the reasons that use the most sales is because he's us access to the
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southern hemisphere. i'm from the southern hemisphere, they can, they can see they, they is taught office in post justice and policies. the closest to the sun, i'm and they want to investigate a few things about their houses and photos. and these are universities in the united states the, i got to be the same instruments and these particular projects to go these studies . so it is very important to start to continue with these studies, although it has been gone book to extend them not just thing by x ray satellites that walk more in a while to wait for x rays on provided satellites coming, exploding b, they get the galaxy essentially, but that these little, that experiments will help a little bit more, but as well, you can find a lot more on our website to address that is w w, w dot al jazeera dot com.


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