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and that's what pushed this country the pocket money to mexico production al-jazeera has teams on the ground just because it's life doesn't mean it cannot be crushed what about the guy that can get to bring you more real world with documentaries and live nice. angry protests in serbia's capital as a curfew and lock downs are announced from office deadly deadliest day of the pandemic. hello i'm nick clegg this is the answer in life and also coming up russia and china vetoed aid to millions of civilians in syria's last prevalently. the use of mosques
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and pushed an anti malaria police prevent now brazil's president is quarantine with coronavirus. and turkish troops in libya to help clear land mines left by forces loyal to world. service decision to reimpose coronavirus restrictions has sparked angry protests in the capital belgrade demonstrators accuse the president alexander of reopening the economy too early for political gain he's now announced a weekend curfew after the country reported its worst day of the pandemic with 13 deaths alexia brown has this report. proces doesn't police battle on the streets around serbia's parliament was hounds tied to storm the building some briefly managing to get inside before being pushed back
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was they're angry at president alexander and his decision to reimpose coronavirus restrictions was some chanted calling him a thing was he was a has demanded his resignation the government says are trying for the 2nd time. put the cyclones to impose current thin far reaching it is only a serious possibility because they made all the mistakes was. the mistake they say was lifting what was one of europe's strictest lockdowns. earners we gathered here to protest because our president lifted the state of emergency because of the election and now he wants to impose it again. critics say the president lifted restrictions so he could hold parliamentary elections last month has passed an
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overwhelming victory not clubs were back in action it was a tennis tournament shops were open and 25000 fans packed a belgrade stadium for the country's most popular football match at the station slammed by an epidemiologist as an enormous totally unjustified risk the president now says the situation in belgrade is critical after his from overseas we made lots of mistakes we have probably relaxed too much everyone thought it was all over scituate soon the situation in belgrade is alarming and it's serious in 4 more cities in serbia but belgrade is really in a critical situation. the capital's hospitals are almost full so the military has been building temporary facilities gatherings of more than 5 people are now banned and only occur if you this weekend before that and the anger against the church means the crowds are unlikely to stay at home the next year brian al-jazeera.
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china and russia vetoed a u.n. security council resolution that would have extended cross border humanitarian aid to $3000000.00 syrians for a year the operation is authorized until friday and brings in supplies from turkey without interference from the syrian government aid workers have called the veto reprehensible diplomatic editor james bays reports now from the un in new york. earlier this year the us ambassador to the un kelly craft visited one of the border crossings used to bring much needed aid into syria accompanied by the un's top humanitarian official mark she was shown the bubble how a crossing considered a vital lifeline for the people in the last main opposition enclaves in the province of idlib. speaking on a facebook live link up with the young syrian ambassador craft appealed to the other members of the security council to renew permission to deliver aid across the
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border we must ensure that the syrian people get life saving food and medicine and this is just a basic need this is a result this is between life and death actually not stressed the importance of this week's vote on across borders. this wasn't the only appeal to the un security council in the hours before the vote a u.n. commission of inquiry has released its latest report on human rights abuses in syria giving a damning assessment of what it describes as acts amounting to war crimes the chairman of the commission added this. the very least the security council can do now is to renew industry infant the cross border and cross the line into operations pandemics no no bother us nor should we need those please when tun answered the result of the voting is as follows 13 go out in favor 2 votes
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against no abstentions the draft resolution has not been adopted or into the negative thoughts of 2 permanent member of members of the council both russia and china use their veto power we're seeing a repeat of what happened 6 months ago until that point the un had 4 border crossings authorized for a delivery after using its veto in december russia managed to get that reduced to 2 crossings with the clock now ticking until the existing authorizations run out on friday having used its veto once again russia is now likely to push for just one approved check point greatly reducing the amount of aid that can be delivered to opposition areas. james outages era of the united nations. the president to repeatedly downplayed coronaviruses non-current team at his home
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in brazil after testing positive triable tomorrow has canceled his schedule for the next few days but insists he's still in good health he's one of nearly 1700000 people infected in brazil the 2nd worst affected country in the world a lot of america had a tendency in human as this rip. you world leaders have defied cold in 1000 like brazil's jade. for months the president tempted fate and turned to doctors he scorned calls to respect social distancing he seemed to relish defying even his own advisors always pressing the flesh and rarely using a face mask many members of his cabinet had become infected even his wife's grandmother some joked he'd made a pact with the devil until what was probably the inevitable that happened but the word for the thought of you acutely my still the west side. everybody knew that sooner or later current of our sort of reach an important part of population a lot of people like me for example if i would not have done the test i would not
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know about it i thought that was positive yes it was positive. so far bosso not has admitted to having a feeder and body aches but continues to brush off the severity of an illness he once described as a little trouble even taking off his face mask after testing positive. for hiv i thought ok so you can see my face who wants to see my face i'm fine calm thank god. thanks to those that prayed for me were supporting me i'm fine thank god . it's not just balsam not his health but his political reputation that's at stake he's waged war against lockdowns saying they're more harmful than the illness . he's clashed with governors who ordered businesses closed and the supreme court which reese. really felt compelled to order the president to wear a face mask or pay a steep fine thank you for taking his cue from donald trump also not one has
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threatened to withdraw from the w.h.o. and has ordered the brazil's health system distribute the anti-malaria drug docs a chloroquine despite warnings that it's not safe or proven to be effective think treating coronavirus he's in fact using it now himself. nevertheless wishes him while i'm a speedy and full recovery. from this disease or leaders around the world have have had similar experiences and i think it brings home. the reality of this virus that will likely depend on how president bolsa not all fares on whether he'll become seriously ill as was a british prime minister boris johnson or whether he'll be back at work in a week or 2 telling everyone i told him so. all this despite the more than 65000 brazilians who've lost their lives so far to the so-called little flu. you see in
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human al-jazeera. iran's government has people to take the pandemic seriously after recording its highest single jump in coronavirus death 200 more fatalities were reports from choose the infection numbers and deaths have been spiking since the country's lockdown began easy in april health minister saeed in the market so the iran was facing a surge and blame people for not following the restrictions of the bank reports now from tehran. iranians had thought they were past the peak of the virus but the new total of $200.00 dead within 24 hours has prompted the health ministry to issue a new warning. unfortunately many people didn't listen to me they didn't take demands of mine and my colleagues seriously we are facing a new wave now it's been 4 months since the virus hit and it's been responsible for the deaths of nearly 12000 people so far the government's blaming the resurgence on guidelines being broken. i ask god to people to take mosques and coronavirus
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seriously mosques and social distancing can prevent the disease by 80 percent now that we are paying such a huge price people have to take my advice seriously how the time my colleagues and i were insisting people pay attention many people didn't believe us the most hospital admissions are also including into iran iran's most populated city and financial center some patients have been receiving oxygen in a hospital carpark the wards inside apparently full to capacity the government has made facemasks mandatory although there's no penalty for not wearing one and some provinces have reinstated lockdown measures but the blame at least from the health ministry is on the failure to observe guidelines on social distancing and mass gatherings this year but i'm in the hospital for about 2 weeks i didn't abide by chrono really rules we went to a wedding and 12 members of our family contracted corona we didn't socially distance there were many people in the party together for god's sake keep socially
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distancing wear masks and observe your personal hygiene. since i voted in february i didn't leave home because i suffer from asthma for 30 years i have had asthma i didn't go out of my family did they didn't of their protocol and yet i got infected . i had a c.t. scan and he said it was coronavirus you have to be hospitalized and begging people to not go out the government is also under scrutiny for easing the lockdown early despite warnings from the health ministry. with the economy struggling the government faces tough decisions repos lockdowns try to stop the spread of the virus and excess deaths i hope that people who take on abide by the rules something that hasn't worked so far. to her on. here are now to 0 and i'll treat you an investigator says the u.s. drone strike that killed a raid in general some sort of money. hello
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there we have rather no votes across europe at the moment to the north that is where the weather is the capitals of course the rain some fairly strong winds as well eventually the line of thunderstorms working their way eastwards as you can see there but really the fine weather is across the south particularly the southwest but not too bad into lithuania somebody has. you can see here and all the more in the way of dark skies across into moscow there's been some very severe storms as well as they'll be more of those as we go through the day on wednesday you can see this line here working its way actually away from moscow heading up towards the north but the have been reports of hail between 2 and a half and 5 centimeters that that will likely have done some damage now as we go through wednesday as a fairly unsettled picture through much of mainland europe plenty of cloud areas of
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rain as you can see and then another system working its way gradually across from the atlantic that will head across the u.k. on thursday heavy amounts of rain at times same pushing cross the low countries germany and again across into western and central areas of poland but all the while across the south it is mostly fair and dry it is pretty good across into athens on thursday 31 degrees celcius some good sunny skies then want to showers likely through central and northern areas especially but not a bad day madrid with a very nice high temperature of 33. join our global community because the price is just slapped in the face that blessing upon my sin upon human health equals global health keeping you up to date is why so for situation where we have a human rights crisis that persists beyond the health crisis answering your questions is a dialogue just nothing we are now approaching
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a crossroads this is an opportunity that we must not miss the stream on al-jazeera . but again you're watching odds are one of our top stories this hour and thousands of protesters have attempted to burst into serbia's parliament angry over the a real position of coronavirus curbs the president on his own to reach it spill we can curfew back in place after 13 deaths at the country's worst day yet all of the kind demick. after dismissing carried 19 of the little flu brazil's president jaya belsen are tested positive for monks who school and social distancing measures are
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ready when the mosque bill has become the 2nd worst affected country while. growing of ours cases continue to climb in the united states with more than 131000 dead infections are surging in states that push to reopen the early foresee officials to put restrictions back in place. well as a coronavirus cases continue to climb in the u.s. the number of dead has now passed 130000 infections a surge in states that pushed to reopen early president donald trump continues to downplay the resurgence of the pandemic and insists he wants schools to reopen in the new school year my kind of reports now from washington d.c. . texas is one of the 1st states to ease its mitigating measures responding to pressure from president trump in mid april who insisted he wanted states to open up to restart the economy. now with stealing with a massive increase in infections joining florida and reporting more than 10000
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cases in a day a figure matched only by new york state in the early stages of the pandemic in the next 2 weeks we're probably going to end up being what new york was true months ago i think that's what's going to happen trying to ingraham has been an i.c.u. nurse for 17 years last week she went from caring for patients to becoming a patient herself after testing positive i really at one point in time asked god to take me the pain was ridiculous. it was simple i mean in my mind i couldn't breathe think i didn't have to be proud of ventilator the republican governor who ordered the early opening of texas is now dialing back and re imposing mitigating measures including the wearing off masks we wore not have to shut it down if everyone will follow this very simple rule and
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that is just get a mascot this wear it make sure that you don't get covered 18 and you don't give it to anybody else. but the u.s. president continues to be masculists and even as the cases surges now are putting pressure on governors to open schools for the new year at the end of august what we want to do is we want to get our schools open we want to get them open quickly beautifully in the fall and the as you know this is a disease it's a horrible disease but young people do extraordinarily well the reaction from teachers was furious that is so callous and him so callous when we do it wrong. people die little people can get sick you had asthma you've got bad allergies and you're 6 years old you could die if we do this ron there was anger too among many in congress which was
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officially notified that president trump is pulling the united states out of the world health organization the notice period is 12 months so the u.s. will actually only leave the w.h.o. interlined next year between then and now is an election and presidential candidate joe biden says one of his 1st acts as president will be to reverse the decision effectively it will be up to the voters to decide mike hanna al-jazeera washington . or let's hear now from actually produce a political commentator and a board 'd member of republican women for progress and she says that withdrawing from the show is another reckless decision by the president which will put americans at risk. for him it will just stand to be a talking point in his campaign you know this whole entire time he's blaming the virus on other countries and not taking responsibility for the disastrous effects
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that his response from his own administration and that here there are states that opened way too early and a lot of those states are states with republican governors who felt political pressure from this president and this administration to reopen and as a result their cases are surging in spiking in those states and now they're faced with a tough decision to shut down their states again facing future economic impacts as a result places a huge void in the membership by not having the u.s. at the table and now it really is what the problem is here it's going to affect clinical trials that will affect future vaccines it will affect responses to emerging outbreaks and that's really where americans are now being put at risk because of a reckless decision by the president so i do think who you know is at a situation right now where they're going to realize that the united states' membership was a crucial one and we've always been looked to as a leader i'm not sure that there's leadership right now it seems to be
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a large vacuum there when it comes to the current officeholder at $1600.00 pennsylvania avenue but at the same time i do think because this will take up to a year hopefully a responsible decision is made but this again does put americans at risk because of the fact that we won't be information sharing with other countries that are working to develop vaccines and host clinical trials to really try to find innovations and solutions to fight these deadly diseases. china now says it will not join the arms control talks with russia and the united states labeling them as a hoax the u.s. and russia have agreed to stop the talks as the only remaining treaty between them is due to expire in less than a year the director general of china's arms control department says talks of the talks are a game which beijing refuses to play he also raised chinese concerns over american missiles in the region. now and. the to meet anybody if you can. and they have it explicitly bad. for the lot. media
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image management and range only found in the name all the time and the. whole the whole he'd planned to leave behind security and i think people saw the. time i need to leave hoover the military capabilities tens of thousands of people in genuine indian administered kashmir being granted residency raising concerns that may alter the democratic sort of what was once india's only muslim majority state but changed last august when new delhi revoked the region's autonomy allowing outsiders to settle the is all india correspondent elizabeth cohen up. sharing sweets to celebrate their new status the butty family as some of the newest residents of jammu and indian administered kashmir despite living there all their lives their parents were brought from punjab in the 1950 s. to work as street sweepers but they haven't been eligible for residency until now.
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these they've got double woodward then there are we thank mr modi we have this piece of paper in our hands because of him now our children have received residency terry they can progress in their lives life with their in march prime minister that in the government why did the criteria for residency in the disputed region saying that change will grant equality and dignity to all now anyone who's lived in the region for 15 years or studied for 7 those registered as migrants and children of government workers have certain cash made are allowed to buy land and apply for government jobs more than 30000 domiciled certificates have been issued since the law was implemented 2 months ago most of them in hindu majority jumble. people are satisfied because there are fewer procedures to follow when they had to become a resident before there was a lot of documents required they had to have them verified by administrators it was
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a very long procedure. while it's now easier for non-cash midis to become residents many others are afraid that the government will make it more difficult for them to prove their status i belong to display and you ask me to say that my identity basically depends on a piece of paper that your own people will give me. something wrong with that the new domicile law was announced 88 months after the government revoked the region's autonomy that had protected it from demographic changes the idea is that it would want to change the demography here in jammu and kashmir and create pressure on the society so that at some point of time into society doesn't give up they would completely transform the demography of this place so that the muslims who are demanding freedom from india would come in minority the organization of islamic cooperation which represents $57.00 nations had almost $2000000000.00 muslims as
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among other critics of the changes saying they are part of the hindu nationalist government's plans to drown dissent and at a time when protests they have been banned for a needy a year elizabeth pradhan al jazeera new delhi the u.s. drone strike that killed top iranian general has some sort of money in january it was illegal that's the conclusion of the un special rapporteur. on actually do this all killings laura but merely has this report now. top iranian general kusum solomon he was popular among many in iran but was considered a dangerous threat to the u.s. by president don't trump that was the justification for drone attack on some the money's convoy as he left baghdad airport on january the 3rd killing him an iraqi commander. and 100 s. among others a killing that's been called a new fool by u.n. investigators at this kind of the special rapporteur on extradition killing said in
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a report on tuesday in light of the evidence that the us has provided states the targeting of general stolen money and the deaths of those accompanying him constitution treat killing which under international human rights to the us is responsible just attack is different from all the drone strikes the united states has engaged in because it targeted senior figure in the iranian government so whatever you want to say about solmonese history and his alleged offenses against the united states and other countries he was a senior figure in the iranian military and we kill them. at a time when we're not at war with iran so it seems like an act of war against iran or under other definitions of assassination so money was the leader of the could fool the overseas of the iranian revolutionary guard corps. and help strengthen iran's ties with the armed group hezbollah backed bush on the phone in syria and
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his food has played a key role in fighting i still in syria and iraq. person trance accusation the son of man he was planning to attack u.s. targets who is legally justifying an attack based in self-defense. kalama says those insufficient evidence provided of an ongoing or imminent attack kalama says a killing by an armed drone violated the un charter meaning it was breaking international new don't try to pull the us out of the human rights council in 2018 the report will be presented to it on thursday the u.s. may were largely ignore it but it's kalama points out in her report it may lead to international pressure for greater regulation of targeted killings but andreas neurosurgeon mentally. and libya dozens of returning home owners in tripoli have been killed or maimed by landmines left behind by forces loyal to the warlord
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belief i have to add he failed to capture the city turkish troops are now helping the libyan allies to clear the mines planted in houses around the capital but it is this report the bombed out homes and scorched military machinery near homes on the outskirts of tripoli show how devastating the 14th month battle for the capital was . having failed to claim their prize warlords leave or have to his forces have been forced to retreat from western libya towards their strongholds in the oil rich east before leaving they planted land mines and booby traps returning home owners have fallen victim to them. g.n.a.t. officials say at least 27 civilians have been killed and 70 wounded it's a familiar job for the head of the mine clearing team in tripoli brigadier meant by you spent months clearing syria after the city was liberated from my school he says
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eisel targeted janay forces in sirte while russian mercenaries from the wagner group along with have to forces laid landmines and other weapons to kill indiscriminately and as unwelcome in. residential homes and streets children's toys along with play areas were booby trapped this proves that it is residents who are targeted by these landmines when they return to their homes when a lemon is planted in a toy who is the target it is to kill children and residents. landmines are banned by most countries but their sheer number here and the sophisticated manner in which they were planted led the tripoli government to request help from the turkish allies turkish bomb disposal experts are helping clear the hidden menace left behind by have to his forces months after being forced to escape the fighting while busiek me and his family were shocked when they saw the state of their home when they returned. he doubts he will be able to afford to repair his home anytime soon
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and shows us where a land mine was recently cleared well before we'll have the thought of it's going to take a lot to fix it too much i don't know when we'll be able to return i don't know what to say may god give us patience. while some residents have been able to return for most their return can't happen until they're given the all clear in this law dina names are neighborhoods he added threats of explosives as in addition to the severe destruction of homes here now trainer al jazeera southern tripoli. this is an 0 these are the top stories and thousands of protesters have attempted to burst into serbia's parliament angry reimposition of tough coronavirus caps president alexandrovitch put a weekend curfew back in place after 13 deaths the country's worst and yet of the pandemic. russia and china have vetoed a u.n.
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security council resolution that would have extended cross border humanitarian aid to $3000000.00 syrians for a year the operation which is authorized until friday brings in supplies from turkey without interference from the syrian government. after dismissing code 19 as a little flu brazil's president jaya both sonar has tested positive for months in school and social distancing measures and really want to mask brazil has become the 2nd worst affected country in the world would be a kid in my silver star the year everybody knew that sooner or later a significant part of the population would get it it happened i'm an example myself if i hadn't taken the test i wouldn't have known the result and it turned out positive i just got a positive result yes it's positive so it all began on sunday when i started feeling slightly ill and it worsened on monday i felt tired with muscle pain and had a fever that reached 38 degrees. iran's government has urged people to take the pandemic
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seriously after record high single jump in corona virus deaths 200 more fatalities were reported on tuesday iran has now reported almost 12000 deaths and over 245000 cases corona virus cases continue to climb in the united states with more than 131000 infections are surging in states that push to reopen early forcing officials to put restrictions back in place. the drug administration has begun the formal process of withdrawing the us from the world health organization the president has been critical of the w.h.o. for its handling of the outbreak accusing it of being influenced by china. china has opened an office to enforce the national security law it's imposed hong kong can serve as a base for chinese spies to operate in the city the law allows officers to conduct searches without a warrant stop suspects from leaving the city and intercept online communications it's their lines got more news here on al-jazeera right after the stream.
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the u.s. is always of interest the people all around the world this has been going on for a number of hours what did you have to fight back. to report tony for the practical perspective to try to bring your noble audience why it's important how this could impact their life at the height of the storm the water would go high it would be above my pay this is an important part of the world people pick a few people on here now to do is very good at bringing the news for the world from here. half a man can you watching the streaming it has been a week since the assassination of a child who desa he was a musician a roma activists well known in ethiopia the fallout has included people on the street people being arrested internet being closed down media being closed down as
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