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out of eight attacks by african-americans community leaders say it's likely to be the result of high unemployment and tough competition for jobs. the united nations has asked governments to provide dozens of helicopters to get lifesaving supplies to pakistan some eight hundred thousand people remain trapped after the country's worst ever floods with more than seventeen million affected to get an inside look at the situation and find out what needs to be done we spoke to the un's deputy envoy to pakistan his interviews coming right out. some see it is the catastrophic of the century and the un has devoted all its resources its called upon the international community to help. in this message of this trophy disaster. as a u.n. special envoy in pakistan. and pakistan how do you assess the you rule
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at this time i believe the united nations has been a very important partner to pakistan for the pakistani people for decades we have been working in this country and some of the worst crisis. which affected the people of pakistan the influx of afghan refugees thirty years ago the different natural disasters this country is experiencing unfortunately on this very frequent basis so we are with pakistan have to do with pakistan really with pakistan and as such the united nations of course in its role of coordinating not only itself. but also the international community the various aid organizations which are coming in to help if we are here to certainly streamline and help the government of pakistan streamline the assistance
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which is now gradually unfortunately coming to this country the united nations. secretary general mr ban ki moon has. borne the international community to help pakistan some media reports say is that this call was not smith's properly and how do you respond to that but i believe it took all of us a little while to understand that this was one of the biggest if not the biggest natural disaster. we have seen in living memory. took us a while to understand when we did realize that it was not only the flash floods which hit the north in the very beginning but as the secretary general after his visit during his visit said slow rolling moving tsunami affecting the entire country. i think we are waking up the international community
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is waking up has woken up and is now contributing it is to all of us pakistan of course the first the pakistani people the well known pakistani hospitality which has also worked so well when all the people came from swat in two thousand and nine to host the brothers and the sisters. that now is coming to fruit we have seen considerable contributions coming in to pakistan to the united nations but also to the many aid organizations who are now rushing to to help this country. however. we are still in the beginning. there are still hundreds of thousands of people displaced every newly displaced. every day every week more and more people are. impacted in the same time having
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people returning all that these people also need assistance they are now rebuilding their houses they have to rebuild their livelihood or start again maybe cleaning and clearing out their fields they need to be helped so the needs will be and we should not only in fact from a use this get stuck with the initial amounts which have been mentioned the appeal of the united nations the appeals done by other organisations by the government itself it is just the beginning we are still assessing and we cannot even do the full assessment because it's still happening how much will be really needed so we have seen almost a billion dollars now coming to pakistan in kind in donations but also in cash let me put this question is maybe it's a political side a bit but this is what i have touched where where when i visited the area. in
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the senate in the in the south everybody is complaining of the. nor the decrease of the shortage of the aids that reach into these areas they are complaining they are very angry against the government let me ask you what type of cord the nation is between the you and the government of pakistan in order to put a mechanism to make an ism to distribute this assistance and make sure that this system reaches reach to these affected well. first of all i think i'm not saying the people are rights of course the people are frustrated they lost everything and they see that only a portion of the needs is actually covered. again i believe that in. the shower. as we have been operational there now for four years and even though our warehouses were all affected. the world food program lost
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thousands of tons of food other organizations lost a lot of other items we were able to response in fact that area has been better covered than others now it is clear that only earth fraction of the people has been covered satisfactory the problems of access are just unbelievable unbelievable if you believe that i mean if you imagine that eight hundred thousand people is not a million i simply cut off. anywhere in the world that would be an unsurmountable challenge for any government for any other militant action this is one of the massive as we have agreed destructions that ever we face in the world or in its in the century. the flanders come from the north west and indeed in saying that there is. little whining by the united nations that the diseases and
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the a chronic disease would spread in the areas which affected what is the how the un will deal to corteen and contain these diseases in the within the fifty's well again the united nations has been present and working with the health authorities in the country again for decades on the over the question of polio etc so there is a capacity on the ground and again intertwined with. the government health structures. sort of deserving and the need there may be and may have been even before but still there is a capacity to respond. there has been a very high level of consultation involving him and by the prime minister himself to address this issue because it is all from so again because of the rather poor state of health of many of the people let's not forget that before the floods
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occurred the food insecurity was enormous in this country a lot of people did not have enough food on their plates every day poverty is a big issue here so you have very weak people. and these are in many cases in most cases the ones of most affected the poorest of the poor they're the ones who have been cultivating in the river beds or working in the river beds for some of the of the owners so there are people in a very very poor nutritional status these are people who already where you will find a lot of these diseases present it is not new. so if you see reports on. all of these these are not really killing you but you would have scabies escape or something what has been there all the time but of course the combination of displaced exposure to the weather no shelter. no clean water.
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etc etc you bring this all together you have the already existing diseases and it becomes dangerous however the there has been is an ongoing response the deployment of the necessary medical kits to the various still existing structures medical teams volunteers being deployed so we hope but again there is no guarantee of course we hope to be able to contain it all together. but there is certainly major risk and again that's why we have a meeting on the highest level bringing all the actors together to to really take work on an action plan take action work on the action and move forward my last questions and maybe one of the most interesting points that is building dams. the
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government of pakistan has always been in controversy over certain dams especially dams and calabash dams and several times in the northwest and in the south it's a new long term plans did you. assess how you would convince the governments to build such dams that to avoid such a catastrophe in the futures are not up to us to convince the government it is in fact up to the government to in fact review together with its partners who are coming forward also with the with the financing of these projects. and some of the private consorts of course the big biological friends they do have of the shapers however. in this context we're looking forward to a comprehensive plan of. build back better and avoid in fact future disasters so the extent possible of this extent.
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and dams are the management of water in the context of how it flows and where it is retained and now it refilled the water table and so on that is obviously one of the big issues in in fact the now the century of climate change and global warming where this needs to be addressed i mean some have predicted more and more of these crises. and they go and also we should recall that statistically say in every year pakistan is affected by floods and so it is an issue of course which needs to be addressed in the long run again let's take together the opportunity let's see what is the best technical solution to it and it's not up to me to decide which is the good one of the bad one is up to the to the experts to work together and i think again it's an opportunity for this partnership. we how. do you do
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friends of democratic pakistan process which in fact has been misunderstood for long as a pledging and donor events which is this not and it is in fact exactly to address. jointly the requirements for change for reform addressing policy view have come up with an energy plan together under the leadership of the development bank be able to looking forward now to the implementation of the energy plan which we have by the way hydro energy is one of the major elements and in the same way let's combine this with with looking into how water and the floods will be managed here and not to have the water as an enemy but as a friend thank you very much and keep. me
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a human voice face to face with the news may. at least nine people have been killed and two seriously injured after a fire ripped through a nursing home in central russia hundreds were forced to flee preliminary reports suggest one of the residents committed suicide by setting himself on fire and then the flames spread through the roof. raining in terror russia steps up efforts to win the war against militants after claiming in series of successful and terror operations in the north caucasus security forces say they've killed over fourteen militants in august alone. and an ethnic divide in the big apple mexican immigrants claim they are being targeted in racially motivated attacks by the african-american community leaders say it's likely to be the result of high unemployment and tough competition for jobs. as we had lines here and he'll be back at the top of the hour
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with more updates for you the meantime we'll take a look at the latest sports news with andrew. hello there thanks for watching the sport and this is what is coming up. pulling ahead zennie to three past lokomotiv to extend their late at the summit of the russian premier league. class stuff by turkey russia loose the host of basketball's world championships. and is creature whose king is the wins the first fed ex player of tournament but woods also has it could. stop the football than the russian premier league resonates in petersburg have stretched their lead at the top of the table following a thumping three no win at. the house dominated possession in the early stages but after seventeen minutes defend america bashes foul resulted in a free kick and it was taken very quickly as we go down the opening to zanny things
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got even worse for loctite ten minutes into the second half after they had midfield to meet the pinsky sent off for a second gallop card. and it takes any just ten minutes to take advantage of that extra man who controlled the sea alexander who could all netted as the line of lucky defendants stood rooted to the spot fixing offside with the rescue and the goal stood and then another ten minutes later roman chiro called blasted from my side the area to drive the last mile off i was coughing so three men on the final schools any play six points at the top two games in hand drawn to ten. balls to skara seven points adrift in third place often three one home when i land yet the army men put themselves in front after just four minutes on toss each person for the city boy to volley back east dance of joy off the bat i thought and sausage turns scoring in the second half of the love the provider in this one side
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to nil the twenty two guy. see what style you describe before the gig nasa beach trip. in the penalty area in injury time you will go through this to rest the hand on your conscious like. an hour to deceive the public and turn out to be the difference in times one know when to find the money that goes it goes to coffee siberia just three minutes seem to be into the story a lot in foul city school board yet called a decision stepped up to take the penalty the russian to make the right one and then the way it ended up moving up to i think the nominee in the title. information below zero speed to stuff being the only capital side and three points by proximity and struggle. and look at the standings that now the sunday sky a six points clear at the top with two games in hand. seven points adrift but also
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have two games to play well at the bottom said and i propping up the type of point behind korea but they have to play one game less. so i said they will be looking to move off the ball from on monday when they travel to follow. through or twelfth seven points on the relegation side. however in england sunderland grabbed a last minute penalty to win one to manage the city missed the chance to get two points behind premier league leaders chelsea down bend that's been three times but to give the black cats victory off the cost. the city goal to come from she goes down to draw at home to wonders goalkeeper was sent off after thirty seven minutes that went on to tory school the sixty fifth minute win as liverpool claimed this season one nil win at home to west brom and aston villa went fourth off the everton one that thanks to the young's ninety minute strike. title and concerns chelsea are
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still. trees after three. in the second. and i was asked and the full flight at the bottom that west ham and started to get to pick up any points at which an all sides slipped into the drop side. while in spain judge maria is a lady adventure has got off to a disappointing start israel madrid side were held to a goal or straw away at new york marina had led into the numb president a trouble last season reality were hoping he could help them and she is dying to try to get some good chance by bagging renowned guilty of missing money using the right sites to deny yeah. defending champions barcelona had no problems finding the net a three no lightning victory for them away racing sound you know messi opening his account after just three minutes. with the cape and then a punt from the rice and keeper try and i landed at the feet of yes the goalie
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getting a pass the second. that came from the sanding down and he got on the end of a cross from alvarez a powerful head and i could go on boxing day. the mob boss lineup have allowed record signings last sunday but when it gets to gates ac milan on a one year lendale in the twenty eight year old sweden strike it could join the city outside the league on a four year deal next summer it would leave a school twenty one goals and forty one cancer possible aussies and the catalan side have agreed to sell him for just thirty million dollars a third of what they bought in for one iraq into last year's. world championships team russia have lost the house to a black man made a mess of the second spot where they added any seven points politics money seven st the russians woke up in the final paired winning at nineteen seventeen which
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obviously wasn't enough to catch their opponent site sixty five. fifty six the final score there and team russia and i would split in group c. after a win and a defeat. in the main china the usa had claimed the second successive victory of the tone this time i could use these men a slippery me a little chance beating the european side by ninety nine points to seventy seven. leading the americans and twenty two points while another has been good at each level of the day. in other news police have a thirty five year old man who's at the center of the cricket match fixing scandal involving pakistan cricket agent he was arrested on saturday on suspicion of conspiring to forward put make is a british tabloid alleged it paid him an advance for details of three no balls which were bowled by pakistan in the test against england several pakistan plays have also been questioned by police captain salmond but mohammad a man mohammad a c and kamran akmal when interviewed. said the claims were unproven
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and one the final test on sunday and the series. has won the event of gold's fed ex playoffs beating martin lead in a playoff at the barclays in new york while tiger woods did enough to make sure he qualified for next week's bank championship woods had been mixed for a month to finish in the top one hundred this week to progress and he did it by cutting the four in the sixty seven in his last round lead was hoping to win the barclays out right after starting the day with a three shot lead and had two putts at the victory but once and then twice and that set up a play off with an off the lead pot the two job birdie after this effort from the set him up for the winning caught a touch of fortune maybe it was that she did poorly and see what you've been feeling to fake standings with three more tones to play and patrick aren't instanced down the field. thanks to the european ryder cup team.
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and joining them on the european team is italian edoardo molinari he won the johnny walker classic at gleneagles three birdies in the last three holes guy from one shot when i regret from the from the. only one now former champion who is how much and has returned to the top of this season standings following a super when in the belgian grand prix a red bull's mark webber started from pole post slow out of the blocks and cleared the first corner of the spot track down in sixth price and made full use of the strain split to need the race from then on i was eventually the first cross the finish line of webber through his way back to second spot in this race but it was not enough to keep him on top of the standings trails hamilton by three points above his red bull team mate sebastian vettel finished outside the point remains third overall head of defending champion jenson button and fernando alonso both crashed act ferrari's felipe massa a minute for just
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a six in the driver's championship. it was a great weekend. very very tough race for me i think same for everyone but. praying for just a race that went smoothly but mostly with the tricky conditions when it started to rain. pollution temperature in the tires and not really knowing how much you can push in each corner and break free quite late and locked my will and weight wide in turn eight. g.'s i was you know the world definitely had his hand over me because i was able to get away with it. pay dunny betrays a has won the indianapolis graham parade the spaniard passed posi to add local favorite bands spies eight laps in and held on to take the big three by three and a half seconds this way and letting the driver narrow the gap on oval later you'll get events like the sixty eight point seven miles to go that's funny finish by the speed gamma hot tonight valentino rossi aiming for. finally the last grand
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slam event of the year the u.s. open it starts on monday and it's a chance for the twenty nine year old roger federer to win title number six at flushing meadows the world number two admits his fall hasn't been at its best but still fancies his chances of victory so maybe there's an extra incentive for me this you try you know if you want to and after being two points away last year was disappointing for me i. felt like i was more a function of normal i don't know how you can write in this group of victory and i was talking to small man. and a bit of an up and down season so far on the chance to win so i want to see. my form that's my side of you back in new york right. now brings us the end of the sport so we've got more few a little later on stay with the side the weather is coming up.
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culture is the same i understand my family and i just always will most of the back would be no bias in the march banner not discussions continue whether muslim women should be barred from appearing in public with their faces veiled is this true.
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hotel. a tragic nursing home fire in the bear region kills a nine and injures two more on sean thomas in moscow and coming up we have all of the details of the investigation. bringing in terror of russia steps up efforts to win the war against militants after claiming a series of successful terror operations in the north caucasus. and an ethnic divide in the big apple mexican immigrants say they're being targeted in racially motivated attacks by african-americans. a let me out of the russian capital you're watching r t with me arena joshua welcome to the program first though to the fire that has killed nine in the to.


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