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[000:00:00;00] the news w. news alive from berlin. wildfires range across width and canada. rescuers search for the missing in town for to evacuate the government warning of a long and challenging summer hits. also coming up a deadly mudslide cloud through these tides towns in japan, authorities to be a day the heavy rain could mount, we get another disaster. and in the european football championships, the czech republic is counting on the stand out player from the top german league.
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can lead his team talk, denmark ah, i am jared right. thank you very much for your company. we start to show in canada, way military aircraft have been mobilized to help deal with more than 150 wildfires raging in the west. a record breaking heat wave is fueling the blazes rescuers and now searching for missing people in little british columbia. at least $1000.00 people have fled the town, which was almost entirely wiped out. for many, it was a chaotic escape with just minutes despair. residents of legion escape through thick smoke und dash, the fire front moved so quickly. they had almost no warning before the town was engulfed in flames. right,
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so it looks like the fire went out over them and it's about to get everyone that stuck on that side of me. and i just thought we could see the house literally in fire. i thought was leaving, and i didn't even have time to go on to the door. the blaze ignited a day after the towns swell to through almost 50 degrees celsius. breaking candidate temperature record. emergency workers is searching for missing residents . as the smouldering town remains unsafe to enter. today, our thoughts are mostly with families that are grieving that are facing terrible loss. but of course, we also have to reflect on the fact that extreme weather events are getting more frequent. climate change has a significant role to play that the unprecedented hate wave and wildfires have left the country reeling and worried. this will become the new normal even if the world less warming,
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the pacific northwest and stuff of canada would be having an exceptional heap waiver. now, but it won't be quite severe, it wouldn't be blowing past existing records, or if it did, it would not be blowing past them by very much. and so climate change less weights be much more severe than they otherwise would have been in a world without climate change. more than 105 still burning across west and canada threatening other towns. prime minister justin trudeau has conveyed an emergency response group and promises to help communities recover. let's speak now to the forest and fire ecologist johan goal down the he is the founder of the global fire monitoring center at the university of 5 book here in germany. dr. thank you very much for your time. welcome to d w. when you look at what's happening in canada right now as a fire expert, what's of most concern to you? well,
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the most concern is that politics so far has very little responded to the warning signals that have been sent out by the scientific community. because the climate change and the consequences on changing priorities, increasing flammability, increasing vulnerability of people that has been predicted since more than 30 to 40 years. and people worried, of course, in canada and, and all around the world that this might become the new normal. you're speaking about climate change, will this, do you think it will become the new normal? yes, absolutely. because it is unavoidable and we are serving, there is similar developments and the higher latitude of eurasia, notably in siberia and the russian federation. where the fires spreading more and more to the north and we see more activities in regions,
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individual patient types where less buyers have been observed in the recent history and also to places like greenland. let's bring our attention, of course back to canada as well. when we're looking at this wildfire, what makes the season different to previous years? well, i mean, the coincidence of a heat wave coupled with long term impact of rainfall shortage desk, occasional ecosystems. this is indeed a new problem. the fire becoming more severe, more difficult to control and populations of villages and towns which are embedded in this natural environment have to be prepared to face these kind of these aspects including evaluations. so a lot of the majors have to be taken in the future to make these communities more resilient again,
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such and what are some of these measures that you're talking about when we are serving in north america in canada and british columbia, as well as the neighboring west coast of the united states, the construction of buildings has to be adjusted to this increasing threads. predominant, the use of what he would material for building houses makes them extremely vulnerable. so i think that the north american engineers have to have a look to, to europe, where the has the houses, the settlements and towns and villages are constructed differently with the flem of the materials. well, we also have to, to look at the asian routes and other precautionary measures that may include even bunkers, you know,
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if huge places where people can investigate in the middle there and environment and towns without necessarily needing to travel through a zone. which otherwise is also in danger by fire, and people could be tracked on on the road out of the place. very serious picture, indeed forest and fire ecologist, dr. johan gold. i'm a thank you very much for your time to japan now where a powerful mudslide has went through a seaside town flatly, nearly everything in its path, at least 2 people have died and 20 more are missing. the military has been deployed to a tommy southwest of tokyo days of torrential rains triggered the disaster. the water logged ground swallowed buses. the heavy rain swept top cause and then dumped
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them. the landslide destroyed homes and businesses on the big electricity pylons here was shaking all over the place and i didn't know what was happening then the mob slides were already there. and in the street below, i was really scared somewhere amid all this devastation of the dozens of local residents who couldn't get away in time tea while those have already been found, dead rescues are looking for more survivors. in just a few days, the area has seen more rain than it usually does in an entire month. as rescue efforts and evacuations get underway, officials want the more down port a full cost. scientists say that the increased rainfall that led to this event is likely linked to climate change. let's take
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a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world today. for my european council president donald trump has returned to police politics is once again taking over the leadership of the biggest opposition party, but the big platform took vows to make up the ground. his party had lost in c headed to brussels. a vatican judge has indicted an italian cardinal and 9 other people on financial crimes. the charges are related to a london real estate deal. prosecutor accused the aspect of embezzling millions of euros from the holy, state, and courteous, shall start. he's the ne, in theory i have handed over 20 orphan children born to parents linked to the so called atlantic died. the youngster had gone to a russian delegation for a patch reaction. could have repeatedly urged the international community to repatriate foreign nationals, hills in crowded towns now to the netherlands,
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where people can once again get their groove on most restrictions on clubs and music venues have been lifted. our reporter sampled and to dance world time of clubbing. scene as it brings to life off to the pandemic. and a quick warning, the following report contained some flashing images for hunting base. don't night calls can be reopened. welcoming back johnson says yes after more than a year. but to open the doors to this parallel party universe, then use like amsterdam power d, so must implement type checks, all 1500 attendees. here need a state issued covered pass showing their fully vaccinated, recovered or have tested negative, or very sick. we only let people in with a valid code and id check, so you can copy this or show it to somebody or give it somebody else refer a very stick on this for safety reasons that mean some people who for 50 years for
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the ticket will make because much haven't received my results for the test. so that's good. but for those who get that magic green lights, once you're in anything goes actually there are no rules of wearing masks where you know, on keeping your the so can open it. so capacity all night long, but could this be a recipe for disaster? i read it because i was good to be honest. i am 5000000. right back i don't see do i knew you want to build in this part of trying to lead to real after a terrible year for the life music industry? he's convinced it was the right decision. like this out of risks with everything
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you do. but i do believe that our government quite smart about it to have a lot of very bright people working, advised them to see if it's possible music and music dance they, it's more important they would think next drug, but people need it. you know, people need to party to go to meet new people, just say music 3 and i said this cozy clubbing bubble the threat of the virus i knew very, it's still very real thought for tonight to down is parking. like there's no damage to football. now and easily have set up a euro 2020, semi final with spain. italy got goals from nicolo barella and lorenzo in senior to help them defeat belgium. in the 1st of the quarter finals and spain, the bait, switzerland in a dramatic penalty issued out to end there bought in the semi finals spain gold key
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. but when i theme on made to save the match, had ended tied off to extra time despite switzerland playing a man down. now in just a couple of hours, the czech republic face denmark hoping to reach the semifinals for the 1st time since 2004 though not among the early favorites. the checks have proved themselves one of the teams, one of the most dangerous st teams in the competition. and that's thanks largely to leave a group. and dr. patrick, i would check national team have given their fans plenty to celebrate up the euro's . their decisive round of 16 victory over the heavily favored netherlands has help solidify the checks dark horse status. now they're preparing for a clash with denmark in buck you. victory would stamp the checks ticket to their 1st semi finals and a major tournament since 2004. they know it won't come easily though.
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saying they are not that you know, we just need to play as a team and be eager to when i think we can do that to me. seems to customer loud note mississippi. i expect a game that can go both ways full of tackles that will be decided by details on a level match up that will be decided by the details. sounds like a perfect opportunity for check striker patrick. check a familiar face to bonus to fam for his exploits at lever cuban shake as a bit of an under the radar talent leading the line for a quietly effective check side. notching a goal against denmark. we'll give him 5 on the tournament, tying him at top spot with christiana, rinaldo, whose portugal have already been knocked out. hello spirit. this is you know, we just want to be successful. i think both our team and their team, we really play cohesively. we don't have big stars,
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but we have players from good leaks with them. what object that he had over the spelling got it chicken company can keep punching above their weight. they'll be back in the semi finals and shining brightly on good leaks with what actually had over the spring. got it chicken company can keep punching above their weight. they'll be back in the semi finals and shining brightly on everyone's radar. and the next report travels to china sample the world biggest filling leeker is more and i website the w dot com. thanks for watching the news. these places in europe are smashing the record step into what's called a venture. the treasure map for the modern globe. trotter's discovery,
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