to change this system completely full on america's pandemic workers on a just the you know. every generation has a higher purpose. ours is to stay out of. you know. this is al-jazeera. so raman you're watching al-jazeera news hour live my headquarters here in doha coming up in the next 60 minutes a health system on the brink of collapse a world health organization warning after another spike in corona virus infections in pakistan. also the casualties of an attack by a splinter group of boko haram in northeastern nigeria where dozens are killed. and
marking the spot where another african americans been shot dead by police inflaming new protests. also a new russian mega church opens but is it about religion all worshipping the military . and installed a huge crowd welcomes top level rugby bats in new zealand's eden park or back stop by the band gets off to a winning start for the blues in front of more than $40000.00 it's. welcome to the news hour a surge in coronavirus cases in 2 of the world's most populous countries is putting even more strain on health care they're being recalled increases in new infections in pakistan and india as lockdowns eased pakistan reported more than $6800.00 cases on sunday and the world health organization is warning the acceleration could
overwhelm pakistan's underfunded health system it's the 2nd hardest hit in the region to india which has already 12000 new infections and there the government's taking extra steps to combat the virus in delhi including more testing and converting railway coaches into makeshift hospitals over in iraq. bolton a 100 people have died in a day for the 1st time in 2 months of president hassan rouhani lockdowns may be reimposed says no improvement well we'll have more on the situation in iran in a moment but since his commo hide from the pakistani capital islamabad most of the operators and in the city of islamabad are overrated turning back. short their good of all could join and obviously rented a car that ran as this crisis becomes bigger and bigger now or earlier organized organized nation edgewise focused on boko for another 2 weeks of lockdown or just
less than 48 hours ago the pakistani prime minister saying that right martin option they were going to drink march. and that of course would mean failing all. where there was a number higher number of infections and there's. some pictures have been completely shut down major by jarhead those are the. military better military and the police and that they're here to ensure that. followed by gets on because of. what's tortured thing because this is the country living and yesterday and the lack of awareness that exacerbated this problem because progress on decided to ease down on the low down towards the end of ramadan and god has managed to get news. to divide us on the ms adulterant the pakistan institute of medical sciences she explains the pressure it's putting on hospitals on staff. we have run out of the
beds there are no beds available night during the isolation centered quarantine centers are full. having no when to later spirit when to later if somebody dies and then some other comes that this is a situation you are not going to find some sort of way you can claim to later our beds are and you are in isolation in the i.c.u. zoran even the corentin centers because let me add this is getting beyond our capacity and he had not prepare well for it so this is getting worse and it is still not cold people believe in the for now and though worse and that is the situation that even our health care workers getting infected and fact i can tell about my department out of the 10 people the are woking 5 of them have been infected and imagine the workload on risk by for them and how much exposure data getting because you work in such a situation you have to plan that for how are just going to expose your health care
workers and how you are going to equip them with the personal protective equipment and you are even liking that we are not having a proper person protective equipment for writing to us and more on the health strains we are having and we are not even has proper places that those ciphered also god in fact are not even getting the proper place where they could isolate themselves like we are in this sort of crisis situation or even the health care because most of the worries about an upsurge in deaths in iraq that's a back up sometimes wrong. it's not only about the number of deaths is about the number of infections in the last 24 hours there's been around $2400.00 new infections that similar to the numbers we saw at the peak of the crisis which has raised some concerns about a possible 2nd wave president rouhani came out and warned the lock down measures could be reimposed if people continue not to abide by the health ministry measures
and that's after the health minister reported that those abiding by those measures had decreased from 80 percent to 20 percent and now we have seen an increase in number of infected cases but iran is in a difficult position going into this crisis sation reuters around 41 percent there was a rise in unemployment and according to the international monetary fund the economy had shrunk in the last 2 years but there's also the issue of the united states sanctions against iran that has drastically reduced its oil revenues so any decision to remain posed lockdown measures considering the state of the economy will be very difficult and will be taken reluctantly by the government but president rouhani has said that in the last 2 years this country has faced some of the toughest sanctions but according to him iran has done much better than some of the european countries. but health officials in china's capital all moving swiftly to get on top of the failed 2nd wave of infections a district in beijing is in strict lockdown after a crowd of iris cluster was discovered in the city's biggest wholesale market to
pick a public hospital from hong kong. after nearly 2 months of no new local infections and life slowly returning to normal china's capital is once again drastically stepping up measures to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus cluster dozens of cases are linked to the wholesale market one of asia's biggest cities governments rushed to shut down the sprawling complex which supplies nearly 90 percent of beijing's fresh seafood vegetables and fruit but it was my the one we were told last night that this place is closed now i can only sell my pictures on the street there happen very few people buying them so i'm going to be at a loss for sure a walk a do life and health always come 1st the market is in the southern district home to more than 2000000 people and the area that is now under is strict lockdown plans to open kindergartens and primary schools on monday have been delayed sports and
athletics of vans have been postponed all public facilities have shut down and movement in and out of the city is restricted state media says the virus was initially detected on a cutting board used to prepare imported salmon prompting supermarkets to take the fish off their shelves additional tests found that the virus could be carried and spread through produce and packaging meaning it could have travelled well beyond the city's limits cases linked to the markets have been confirmed in 2 other provinces beijing's government has launched an extensive operation to test 10000 workers from the market and screen anyone who visited it this month in birmingham finally there was panic in the 1st wave but there's no need for that in the 2nd way people are vigilant we have big data. and the government can strictly control things there should be no problem beijing downgraded its emergency response level only a week ago easing restrictions on wearing masks and having temperature checks this
latest cluster is raising concerns due to parallels with who han city where the virus was 1st discovered last year it too started at a market and led to months of lock downs until china said it had overcome the outbreak in march the hope is that that declaration was and premature baby copal an al-jazeera hong kong or plenty more had held the al-jazeera news hour including. church bells toll across london in memory of 72 people who died in the grenfell tower for 3 years ago. and why tension has escalated on the korean peninsula with the north threatening military action putting the south on high alert. and its hope on you to close in on the 8th straight germinating time to.
traffic an hour to coordinated attacks in northeastern nigeria have killed at least 60 people including civilians and soldiers. this is what operation life your dollar looks like from the air the nigerian military posted video on social media showing what it says is its response to saturday's attack in mumbai that was followed by another attack in both a local government areas in borno state in northeast nigeria where both soldiers and civilians were killed a military spokesman didn't answer calls for comment on the attacks but local reports suggest dozens were killed and hundreds injured with hospitals overwhelmed fighters are reported to open fire after arriving on motorbikes and the cause soldiers and a united nations humanitarian center were targeted they are the latest major casualties in less than a week but the government has just celebrated its 5th anniversary in office and
became are on the back off base security problems in nigeria they told the larger and people that this. piecemeal for them to fix. this moment it has gotten worse it was only recently that a chief of army staff met with president bush and it was president bush kerry that they were with in the war on wednesday at least 81 people were killed when they heard his village was raided in could be a book or arm fighters allied with the islamic state in west africa province claimed responsibility for that attack the group broke away from the main book around 4 years ago previously boko haram was seen as closer to al qaida but in 2015 its leader will because chicago pledged allegiance to eisele. the nigerian army has been battling book or around for years as its fighters bombed places of worship and kidnapped schoolgirls in recent weeks army commanders claim significant success
against the group but soldiers have often been under-resourced and suffered heavy losses. tens of thousands of people have been killed and more than 3000000 people displaced by 10 years of fighting. the continuing loss of life and property in the northeast fueling a lot of anger and frustration there is a growing feeling among some nigerians that this is going to be a long drawn battle contrary to what the government to say how many agrees al-jazeera i would you will stay on the continent to un peacekeepers have been killed in the turk in northern mali the u.n. says the logistics convoy had stopped on the road between tousled and girl when gunmen the target the u.n. has warned that violence in the so whole region is creating a major displacement crisis. people are gathering at the site where an african-american man was killed by police in the u.s. city of atlanta on friday night sean brooks was shot after a struggle with an officer at a fast food restaurant protested rallied there on saturday in the building down the
chief of police has resigned and one officer has been fired also to bari has the story. if you're providing traffic the last moments of ray sharp rocks like. he was reported to police because his car was blocking the fast food drive through in atlanta on friday night lights take a deep breath in which about an arby's was hard to get out a stop after a breathalyzer test police said he wasn't sober to drive and it's tempted to arrest him. the 27 year old father of 3 appears to have resisted arrest and police allege brooks stole their taser gun and pointed it at them as he ran away away from the cameras 3 gunshots are heard. other videos show the body of brooks on the ground before he was taken to hospital where his death was confirmed it was the immediate reaction to his death as protesters on friday evening continued on to
saturday near the scene of the shooting ever have gotten word from the fast food restaurant was set on fire by protesters demanding answers i don't know how to give me his. son never knew i was going to lose. i'll watch this on the internet. from the whole just floored situation to us coming together like clothes on. and this whole dying man on the i don't stop on the court following an outcry over the use of deadly force the city's chief of police erica shields offered her resignation at lana's mayor keesha lance bottoms accepted calling the police action unnecessary i firmly believe that there is a clear distinction between what you can do and what you should do i do not believe that this was a justify use of deadly force and have called for the immediate term a nation of the officer corps. the shooting happened weeks after 2 students were
dragged from their car by 6 atlanta police officers charges against the students were dropped 4 of the officers were fired and all 6 face criminal charges now the city is facing another crisis we talked to some witnesses today who said that the officers went in put on plastic clothes and picked up their cell casings after they killed. before and during it. we counted sue minutes and 16 seconds before the event sectors or both george's bureau of investigation and the district attorney's office have launched investigations it's reported to be the 48th police shooting this year 15 of them were fatal. as protests continue against the killing of george floyd in minneapolis 3 weeks ago the police killing of another black american seems sure to fuel further anger dorset al-jazeera
has been mounting anger police in the u.s. as the list of african-americans killed by officers continues to grow george floyd's death in minneapolis sparked a wave of protests around the world the 46 year old died last month after an officer knelt on his neck for more than 8 minutes 2 months earlier paramedic briona taylor was shot 8 times officers raided her apartment in kentucky police were executing a search warrant as part of a drugs raid but none were found and eric garner died in 2014 after an officer put him in a choke hold during an arrest on suspicion of illegally selling cigarettes black lives matter movement emerged after the death 80 years ago of teenager trayvon martin he wasn't killed by police but was shot dead by a neighborhood watch coordinator in florida while visiting family douglas sloan is a senior principle consultant at the national capital strategy and joins me now from washington d.c.
on scott good to have you with us on the program. it seems that officers in atlanta just haven't been watching television and haven't really understood the sensitivities that are in play at this moment in time and one wonders what they what they are doing. yeah amazing. we had just not mation worldwide protests in the middle of a band binik were guarding reforming our policing system and to protest the unjust george floyd and it seems that during this time the police officers in atlanta and around the united states would be particularly careful to follow the law to it see and to be very sensitive when in wresting and or and gauging with people of color. during their daily routine it's
amazing that this is happening and i think it just points to the larger problem that we have with our policing system and criminal justice systems in this country they are inherently flawed and they need to be fixed and didn't contribute to that we've had 0 knowledge as there are these past few weeks talking about what's going on the main issue one of the main issues is talking about operational change and where it begins and how it would be rolled out nationwide if it could be changed. well it's going to start with advocacy and likely going to start in the halls of congress we need nationwide change and reform store all these requirements we need to reform the police we need changes in our panel nationwide ban on show codes we need an independent review of our officers when they've been accused of doing wrongdoing or perhaps or killing someone and we need to focus on.
different ways that the police can peacefully if you're asked with people of color to kill or without killing him this man was killed because essentially you were sleeping in a police parking lot that's why the police were called to use leaving you with a sparkler that's why the police were called we. employ from windies could have came in not only when they could have called the g.'s to address this issue. or call a tow truck there are many other different options that could have transpired outside of causing the police that resulted in his death but of course mr so you really need to see nationwide change and that is the case that still pending but i mean we need to look at the wider picture for example because when you look at look about how police behave they behave they behave in a in an orderly fashion under the auspices of their. chief of police in that
district while the there a point the chief of police in many cases in the u.s. and and even now these police chiefs one would say need to be retrained but who does the training who is qualified to talk about the sentiments of the public you've talked about the large brushstrokes that need to happen much higher up in the politic of america but at the end of the end of the day it's on the at the grassroots level at the state level at the local level where both public and police have to find a middle ground to talk to each other. well a lot of it comes down to the policing practices and the policing training and also i would be remiss if i didn't mention that in there is an inherent element of racial discrimination in many of these police departments the numbers show that blacks and hispanics are stopped and arrested and a much higher rate then white people in this country and the crime will across the
board for us say drug use is essentially the same so we see an element of discrimination that we have to deal with we also have to deal with retraining the police to ensure that they are handling these interactions differently and you're right it comes down to the police chief what experience does 'd a mayor essentially a politician have with hiring a police chief what do politicians know about hiring police fire e.m.'s or other issues or let's say that background they have a spirit in that particular earth so really we need to take a much larger collective look at how we are handling our how rather than policing has to handling our system of policing in this country and more importantly how police are dealing with individuals of color and i also recall that we have a reform mr play devil's advocate here because in a society that has
a great deal of sort of gun crime and there's a constitutional right to bear arms it's no wonder police would be guarded as anyone can carry a lethal lethal weapon and therefore they need to think about that safety aspect when they approach or asked to approach individuals be it in a car park on a main highway on a street anywhere they will always be on alert to start with but it's the thinking method behind us to why they need to be on alert that needs to be questioned. this is training. often when you see police training and you see training videos their top issue for the head of the heart they're taught to kill people. so we're seeing police are trained to kill when you go to gun races you only have to have a big heart or a target and you have a head and order for the police to pass. some of the training. in the police academy to past some of the training situations and tests that they
have they have to be ready to draw their weapon in killed or shoot our other shoot to kill so it gets down to the training of course we want the police to come home or one piece of horse they have to be wary but at the same time we're also looking at situations where police are killing people who are not committing any crime or perhaps we're committing crimes there should not result in their execution like we saw here with ray sharp or we saw in georgia florida we saw it or garner we saw its merits or saw it on crawford the list goes on and on we're seeing police escalate situations and respond in a bottle a bastion in which they're utilizing deadly force and that is the problem that we need to address we'll see how that is addressed of course in the coming months and yes i'm sure took less land from the national capital structure to thank you for joining us from washington d.c. the q. . thousands of new zealanders have rallied across the country in solidarity with
black lives matter movements a rally in all clint ended how the u.s. consular office where protesters took a knee and observed a minute's silence to commemorate george floyd protesters also call for change in new zealand where indigenous mardi are over represented at all levels off the justice system the black white matter proteus in new zealand doesn't just talk about what happened to what was happening in america talks about how we are here because over here i want to have the racism the racist if you're not white you're treated like them or either way you're black like in america 3 years ago the deaths of dozens of people exposed just how unequal life is in the u.k. capital in london rich is bara most victims of the grenfell turf i will pour in from immigrant families the prime minister promised to leave no stone unturned in finding out how the dead were failed so badly but for residents feel no closer to the truth as jonah hill reports. church
bells toll for the $72.00 victims of the grandchild tower fire disaster in west london the 3rd anniversary marked with socially distanced visits to the site and an online church service addressed by the prime minister and while no words can undo what happened and the passage of time can heal the wounds inflicted that night i want you to know that i remain absolutely committed to uncovering the causes of the tragedy and ensuring it is never repeated. but campaigners say the underlying causes of many of the greenfeld deaths have not gone away they point to higher death rates from coronavirus among black asian and minority ethnic groups as evidence of ongoing social inequalities 3 years ago. a community in a tower who had raised questions about safety in that we're not listened to
and one of the main reasons we would archaeal i would argue that they weren't listened to was because of institutional racism because of the demographic they were largely a muslim they were largely black they were working class community and actually they were not taken seriously the pace of reform has also been slow at ensuring this current happen again as many as 2000 buildings are said still to bare the flammable crowding that allowed the ground fell flames to whip up the side of the building and rage out of control with as many as 56000 building residents living at daily risk reinfeldt hour and coronavirus have more in common besides lives from very different backgrounds in one of london's most multicultural settings imperiled then and in turmoil once more. you know as alvarez escaped the fire with her family and wasn't able to complete her exams at a crucial stage in her school career the school is shut now because of the virus
and in as has missed the chance to sit her a levels it's like what are the odds that i end up missing 5 much of sissies and then all of my a levels get cancelled it's a bit like why me i guess that people have had struggles in their life time everyone goes through their own battle so it's kind of like i'm no i'm not special has anyone else in terms of. having finding something that keeps me going i guess everyone has something that keeps them going and i mean it's nothing particular for me it's just. i just keep moving forward i can. once again a life is being shown on society's imbalance demands for change now more urgent than ever jonah west london. still ahead here on the news bearing fruit we find out how indigenous communities are flourishing despite the coronavirus crisis . and we'll tell you how farmers in its leave can do together to say ban all this
during the president's pandemic. when school field want to you did manage to see lionel messi return to action and he has the story after the break to stay with us . and across areas of the middle east and in some areas a town which is actually on the rise now to the north across areas of turkey and we could see a few more of those as we go through monday in fact at times that rain could be fairly heavy in and around. 25 well feeding cool in those showers and very nice to the east end of the med again we got 25 in beirut the same across into jerusalem but you had for the south how much is 42 a city 46 in baghdad the winds a strong 2 over the next couple of days coming through the gulf of these hot dry winds and look at that on tuesday 50 celsius in kuwait 122 degrees fahrenheit
not much cooler than that into southern africa in fact here the temperatures have been a little bit below par for the last few days quite a bit of cloud in the last few as nothing leading the way of rain some showers on monday along these coastal areas of south africa you can see about 16 degrees celsius which is beginning to come up actually across into namibia and also bowls one where they did get as the as just a 10 or 11 celsius but by cheese day we'll see the temperatures again steadily beginning to rise that one to 2 showers into areas of south africa again along these coastal areas and fairly widespread throughout mozambique and the same across into eastern. they say to really know someone you must walk a mile in their shoes follow in their footsteps as they forge their way in the
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whole debacle geologists are in news are with me still run a reminder of our top stories health care systems in pakistan and india are on the verge of collapse as case of covert $900.00 spike both countries are seen by hall david increases in new infections nigerian military says it's been striking back against fighters who killed at least 60 people in northeastern borno state lines the linked group says it carried out the 2 attacks against civilians and soldiers. and people are gathering of the signs where an african-american man was killed by police in the u.s. city of atlanta sean brooks was shot after a struggle with officers at a fast food restaurant. demonstrators are on the streets of brazil's largest cities are pollo protesting against racism as black lines matter becomes
a global rallying cry for crowds also condemning the present tribal sonars handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the government protests have been increasing as the country's covert 1000 deaths rise. acquittal is the focus of our final report looking at the impact of covert 19 on indigenous communities law ecuadorians have died per 1000000 than any other country in latin america but the indigenous can be community is using both the ancient and new methods to fight back our latin america and its early see in human reports. is a new fresh world community perched on the high lands of ecuador. for centuries it's been the agricultural service center for the capital keep it all about an hour away . you might as well be another world this sign warns community under quarantine. for $132.00 checkpoints in around every single entry point.
everything is disinfected and the indigenous community controls shed jewels entrances and exits of all vehicles and people. only a few outsiders are allowed in a curfew from 2 pm till 5 am it is strictly enforced it's now 2 pm and the town is closed till tomorrow. but even on the circular webinars you must understand that the endian indigenous people have their own philosophy their own cosmo vision language and culture that's applied to our struggle for land water and self preservation we're also applying it now to the pandemic. those who disobey by breaking curfew or other irresponsible behavior are submitted to indigenous justice . these young men are being punished with 8 to 6. teen hours of community work and conclude everything from cleaning this plaza to public toilets it's a moral sanction meant to embarrass them before the community that you are not your
member of the police sometimes hands them over to us and we assign the punishment. the results are impressive in this community of 120000 there hasn't been a single death from college 19 nothing short of miraculous in the country with the highest death toll pro-capital in latin america. am day is never the less suffering on account of the pandemic. its famous for its roses one of their good oars main exports but with the world economy on lockdown there roses have been wilting away. in the flowers our main source of income around 80 percent of the population lives from them so this pandemic has hurt us badly. a few cargo planes are beginning to export their beautiful products again albeit in small quantities. but the indigenous community likes to say that their lives will again smell like
grose's as long as they continue winning the battle against the intrusive new virus . you see in human al-jazeera. the normal central shops will reopen in england on monday coronavirus restrictions to boost the economy prime minister boris johnson says safety measures will be in place and also szell distancing guidelines and rules about disinfecting products handled by customers the u.k. government is also reviewing its 2 metre social distancing rule as it looks to reopen bars and restaurants. is also looking at easing travel restrictions on new arrivals travelers not face 2 weeks of self isolation when they land 3 major airlines have launched legal action against the policy the government minister says that routes may open up sooner than expected. let's stay in europe because farmers in italy have banded together to fly in a foreign seasonal workers to save their harvest pandemic restrictions which stop
them from traveling threaten to leave produce rotting in the fields. reports. it's summer harvest time in italy and crops are ripe ready to be picked but this year does this shortage of foreign workers from sudden mediterranean countries such as a morocco and tunisia without them all of modesto ingenue cheese crops could go to waste 70 tons per day the farmer owns $200.00 hectares in a boot so in central italy. to overcome the labor shortage angelou other farmers got together just saved their livelihood and ads in the back of the insured couple of my company paid around 4 and a half 1000 euros and coordination with the farmers association we were able to bring back our workers from morocco's lawfully the only ones who can do this job the specialized workers who were trained over the years to carry out this kind of job loss. italy has low relied on foreign labor but this so-called
green corridors were shut down because of the call that in $1000.00 pandemic just a few days before harvesting was due to start without the seasonal workers many farmers face bankruptcy in a matter of days. that's your next trip we needed this workforce we needed them already in march then throughout the summer you had the bulk of the harvest when farmers were unsatisfied with the government's initiatives many try to switch crops but they couldn't compete with the large scale distributors. hundreds of moroccans were flown in on private charters the 1st non workers to land in italy among them 3rd it will cost me after testing negative for the call of virus he was allowed to work at angelou cheese phenols fields something he has done for the past 15 years with your mood. we're happy because if we weren't important to them they wouldn't
have brought us back here or paid for the plane ticket i mean those are costly we stayed at home for 14 days and they'd call us continuously to see how we're doing until we took blood tests that had good results and we went back to work but the number of seasonal workers who made it to italy falls short of the 350000 needed every year and while many italians are now seeking jobs india the culture the expertise of moroccans and tunisians is what the farmers need to harvest their crops but at the edges or. to the americas now where venezuela's opposition leader why don't is refusing to recognize the appointment of a team to oversee the next parliamentary election the supreme court named new leaders for the national electoral council has been repeatedly accused of favoring the ruling socialist party opponents boycotted the presidential election won by nicolas maduro 2 years ago because they said the vote was rigged.
not only are they clearly committing a crime they're making a huge political mistake it's a mistake that i'm sure will be there are doing in this moment the venezuelans going through not only did they make a mistake and 2017 when they called for an illegal national constituent congress and in 2018 when they tried to push through a fake election once again they make a mistake that isolates them even further it also means venezuelans will suffer because it isolates us it prevents us from getting credit prevents us from solving social issues and prevents us from solving the humanitarian emergency this pandemic . south korea has held an urgent security meeting after the sister of north korea's leader threatened military action alexia brown explains. under cover of darkness north korean defectors send aid and propaganda over the border they're fighting against kim jong un's idiology and sending food in it sent to some of the 10000000 people the u.n.
says ago in hungary to cross border messages provoking an angry response from pyongyang. kim jong sr of north korea's leader suggesting they'll be no more handshakes and smiles with south korea's president j.n. instead she's threatening military action if the south doesn't stop the defectives campaigns she told state media i believe our army will determine something for cooling down our peoples resentment and surely carry it out kim jong un sister is also an influential aide and his inner circle she was at his side during talks with south korea's president moon and later when he met u.s. president donald trump in their summit in singapore 2 years ago analysts say it's the north's frustration with the u.s. over those stories to denuclearize ation talks that's behind the escalating rhetoric there's no doubt feel a profound sense of impatience its failure to get any relaxation. sanctions the
route washington is going through so that's why it's seeing so much pressure to stretch but i think that's a misread mistreat of the american position and i don't think you immediately produce results. the north has cut off all communication with the south for the 1st time in 2 years warning is have a regretful painful time if it fails to control the defectors in an effort to smooth relations south korea has tried to discourage the activists taking legal action against them and saying earlier this week. we will continue to abide by all agreements between south and north korea to maintain peace on the korean peninsula and prevent incidental military conflicts the but it hasn't stopped the outbursts from the north korea craft protests against defectors junks described as human scum the the activists are refusing to back down and say their campaign
against the north will continue the brian al-jazeera. australian scientists heading deep underground to unearth new details about extinct animal species researchers have used tunnels to explore a new section of the not a quarter caves in southern australia is the 1st time such dig has been carried out in this part of the us go listed cave network science is well known for famous discoveries of important fossils. i often say a joke that we care 10 scientists can work out of a taste of sediment now we can learn so much more so we don't excavate as much but when we do excavating you thought it's for a very good raise and we're hoping that we actually do cover a different time span as i'm being looked at before in this this which is about 100002 maybe 200008 bracket. now the leader of the orthodox church in russia has consecrated a new cathedral dedicated to the armed forces but the monument is causing an ease
amongst many russians who say it shows more devotion to military leaders and not to religion so i knew a guy ago has the story. it is one of the tallest cathedrals in the altar docs church built just outside moscow at the military themed pitch at park. the resurrection of christ cathedral is a shrine to russia's armed forces that we got to mourn you with this harmony between the might of the armed forces and the spiritual might of the church of the spiritual and material of church and state led the path of our people go into the future in peace and prosperity and of this path god willing let there be new victories new achievements and you know defeats. a military mega church built in just under $600.00 days the main dome stretching out a precise 19.45 meters symbolizing the year the 2nd world war ended and the
atheist soviet union's victory over nazi germany etc i am absolutely sure that all those who will come here will remember our country's past deeds and prepare for a future feast. replete with icons old and new as well as metal salvage from nazi military hardware but these secular flourishes have not impressed everyone in the orthodox church. i am afraid that this is not the subject of a religious orthodox cult it is a cult object of a new religion the civil religion of russia their religion a victory cult of victory it turns out that our altar is not decided to christ not to christ's victory but to something completely different their all why did concerns that using religion as a way to honor the military will lead to not just a loss of independence but create a mythologized history. this is not about religion this is for the army as current
military and state leaders think russia needs an ideology we need political control of the armed forces and since for the time being official ideology is prohibited they invented that the russian orthodox faith will be an imitation of such an ideology it's a symbol of president putin's new state ideology elevating the army to a quasar religious rank and among the pomp and ceremony the creation of a new history something i go out as era. the london fashion week is normally an exclusive affair with high street stores struggling to survive because of lock downs everyone gets a front row seat this year as it goes digital for the 1st time it's just one of the steps the industry's taken to reinvent itself and to keep as many shops open as possible and he would reports from stamford in eastern england. sarah's getting ready to reopen after having to close back in march she's kept busy by doing online deliveries under new rules though fewer people will be allowed in the shop at
a time she recently lost her own father to coronavirus so wants things to run smoothly and safely richard a risk assessment value added of that would put in distance because on the floor we're making sure people. ties it before they come in. and when they leave really as well. and then we're doing contact list of possible cleaning all the sides down thoroughly cleaning morning and night these are challenging times for retailers opening their doors for the 1st time in 12 weeks the period saw the sharpest drop in shop was in britain's towns and cities ever and it's likely some businesses will never reopen again from the early days of the wool industry to now clothing has been big business for britain the fashion industry is worth $44000000000.00 a year to the u.k. economy and $890000.00 people so there's a lot at stake we need to reset at this time of year people in the business are
often looking to london fashion week to help plan ahead it's had to go digital because of the coronavirus pandemic according to many analysts we're going to see a contraction of 35 percent in that luxury industry and what we're seeing for the high street but also for designers are acceleration of what was happening at before there is in the timeline stores need to be experiential they need to bring something more to the equation designers are used to setting trends and working in a world agree invention adeline lee who designs high quality women's wear has along with a team of volunteers been making thousands of masks for key workers she told us the whole industry faces challenges in the coming months i don't think the. core of the brand will change but obviously our externals have changed. many of our stores are
only just starting to open up now so they've been closed for a while. which means that the seasonal nature of it is going to be off kilter we have a lot of stores that are moving their seasons one season over so that what was supposed to have been delivered a month ago will come into the stores as they open up now back in stanford sara speeding hope that our customers will come back determined that her business won't be a casualty of this pandemic and i would al-jazeera stanford. well still ahead in sports . i'm katrina in beijing where artists and odd galleries have emerged from one town to explore the impact of the run a virus pandemic our everyday lives. but crowds are too good to watch superstar plazas top level be continues its return to new zealand to stay with us. the black. water scarcity has become
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i am. part of his photo who is on the i.q. so much so i want a huge crowd has welcomed toplevel wrote me back sinews. eden park stadium more than 40000 fans in attendance for this game between the all can based blues in the hurricanes of wellington it was the biggest crowd in 15 years for a super rugby match at the stadium with no limits on crowd size and no social distancing required many there to say the least of all black star bowden barrett there it proves he played all of his super rugby matches for the hurricanes the blues going on to win this game 30 points that's what it's. all ok it's literate
it's great ceased to hear so many kids so many fans for years is just a start for us where we are there. are plenty of games to come and a tough one around the corner against chiefs we've got to keep their feet on the ground is plenty of work to be done. spain's top league is to take legal action against a family run on the pitch during barcelona's game against me yorker the game was and to be taking place behind closed doors the fan claims he scale the 2 mates on the fence to gain access to the stadium so he could take a selfie with little messi a legacy that he considers the incident a criminal act. going on to win that game for nail if that human is going to speak to another sport to win this match today the way we did with the result we got gives us confidence and builds on the advantage towards the title we already had and i'm happy to start off like this because it's good for us going forward. by munich and i are just one win away from sailing an 8 straight german league championship the leaders here beating brush much england back to want to find some
insane their title charge it means there are some points clear of 2nd prize borussia dortmund at the top of the table by and can seal the title for a record 30 is it time on shoes day they're facing vertebral an away of the reasons at sea division the 2 it will not be a walk in the park against bremen we will have to play in a highly concentrated and focused manner thomas miller and robert love on those skates will be back we'll see what happens we cannot be as successful as possible in all our matches this is our aim that is what we want and that is how we will approach the match. and just about stayed in contention with a $10.00 win over fortuna dust sold off early holland's incredible start of the club continue to his scoring in the 5th minute of added time that is his 11th goal in just 12 appearances dortmund had courage losing far when he couldn't enjoy the moment for so long he actually managed to strain
a cost muscle during his celebrations dorman reply mights on wednesday. an athlete for their place in the final of the corporate salary they not souths are in some alliance to get there it was the 1st match for both clubs since football resumed in italy following the coronavirus lockdown. well before kickoff it was attributes of the more than 34000 people in italy would have lost their lives due to the virus napoli would go through thanks to the efforts of their fortress merton's the belgian scoring the decisive goal to save the site see one on i go gets it was his 123rd strike and after making him the club's all time leading scorer napoli will face eventis in the final. price on your hands all time leading scorer edinson cavani is set to leave the club a year ago on moby having his contracts renewed who leave once the champions league is finished despite the french league being finished early because of coronavirus
p.s.g. still going in europe called 200 goals the pasture since he joined there in 2030 his team a.t.o.s. over also on the way. our series atonement organized by tennis woman one of a jack of it she's had a setback the 1st events is played out in france some big crowds in djokovic she's home country of serbia for the torments 3rd leg scheduled place in montenegro has been cancelled ice-t. to travel restrictions to limit the possible spread of coronavirus the regular paid so over suspended until at least the end of july if it's still going to take a while until the normal tour continues tournaments or even events like the other 2 are super important for players that we can compete again for fans that they can see 10 isn't for all tennis fans around the world because they can fall on the t.v. . and the legendary 24 hour rally was the event to go virtual former winners and
great fernando alonso among those teaming up with a sports drivers for a different form of competition on the dates the actual race was due to have been its hopes the iconic event will still happen for real in set to have 2nd place. ok a bit later on thanks very much and well china's art scene is one of the 1st to emerge from the current virus lockdown galleries in beijing have been reopening to showcase work reflecting the effect of the pandemic on everyday lives as katrina you reported of beijing warring governments and a global pandemic these are themes explored in beijing artists to ensure this latest work he believes the world leaders have used the coronavirus as a weapon to divide society i think this is really so really so sad people never get together before flying to each other. and conflict are frequently explored in
animated films each is made up of thousands of painted wood carvings his team is working on the next 90 minute feature to be completed in 2022. so this is a really small part says it's important for artists to reflect on the outbreak especially in china where criticism is often censored and controls have increased you control the government there is enough. hospital. don't need to control control too much and too much i think of china's problem is that you control too much and everything slow and a lot of people die you know we can do better. well some reflection on the way governments have responded to the health crisis others are examining our response as individuals the exhibition meditations in an emergency features the work of 26 international and chinese artists from mortality and illness to media and how these
offices help audiences come to terms with what it means to live in an age of a modern pandemic from installation speech or laptops endlessly scrolling online news articles to representations of human remains organizers say the exhibition thompson who is to reflect on the current of us as a universal experience in a what does the president icon has it taught us about our every day returns of their fertility what is it taught us about health about our bodies about our vulnerability for the 1st time in months this is all slowly returning to china's districts not every gallery has survived the lockdown but sunshine is confident that as the pandemic eases people will turn to ought to help make sense of this challenging time of history looking back on what was lost but a lot and. al-jazeera beijing. and that's the news hour with me say hello
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a risk of disappearing due to coral bleaching caused by rising temperatures when we think about the great barrier trade the eric heritage its iconic and the tourism industry based. instantly if we have another bleaching event of these magnitude if this continues is just well know of a the opportunity for the corals to recover in between those magic. side to supporting full strong climate policy from the government to reduce emissions without this the situation on the get was. to join our global community to call the crisis is just slapped isn't the place that blessing upon my sin upon my food human health equals global health keeping you up to date as was the horse situation where we have a human rights prices that persist beyond the health crisis your questions is a dialogue. just nothing we are now approaching across route this is an opportunity
that we must block the stream on al-jazeera. revealing eco friendly solutions to comeback threats to our planet on al-jazeera. india is to turn $500.00 railway carriages into makeshift hospitals while pakistan sealed off high risk areas as new coronavirus cases. i'm charlie handler this is al jazeera live from london also coming up hospitals are overwhelmed after coordinated attacks kill at least 40 civilians and 20 soldiers in northeast nigeria. atlanta acts quickly