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what's your story, the. ready women especially and victims vine and take part and send us your story chain. always understand this new culture. so you are not a visitor, not the guess. you want to become city into migrate your platform for reliable information. i did have a show coming up today, hong kong new climate. yeah. it is one year since john, i'm both a tough security law. we ask what has changed since the crackdown and we hear from a young activist determined to continue speaking out. we feel like we have to step up, especially when prominent figures are either in jail or an exiled legal bunger.
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there's something in the number of cases at the desk of various spreads. the government is preparing to introduce drastic measures to try to bring the numbers down. and plastic pollution is a growing problem in indonesia. authorities are unable to even collect much of the garbage. now though, a startup has come up with a way of producing waste. the news i'm british managing. welcome to the, the other news, a shot. glad you could join us. right. group embassy international says hong kong, national security law has created a human rights emergency for the people of the city. one year in 5th, implementation, and take up and protests have been muzzled. 100 the rested for endangering national security and prominent activists put behind bars. but still some persist,
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like student pro democracy activist long, yet chin riding his politics and his love of hong kong into his skin still be with one yet chin even in the darkest days. solving the whole whole. i hope me remind me of the beliefs i started with, even if i'm jailed in the future. one started the group student politicize isn't last may just after hong kong or is heard about the national security law. all those at 20. he's one of the oldest in the group there as young as 15. there's some of the few still visible on the streets. many other groups are gone, but i still have got no many political influences, seldom speak in public. they could be called under the national security law, all especially with it being so uncertain how we feel like we have to step on. especially when prominent figures are either in jail or in exile,
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one has been arrested 4 times in the last year. twice just this month, marches are banned under pandemic rules. he and his group hand out leaflets instead, but it's enough to get him into trouble. water, even the terms, freedom and democracy become to be one day. i won't compromise on my speech or that if he will. he and his group support those already in jail. they take supplies to protest, years behind bars and all in we have gotten many see we are the kids chosen by the time, but i think it's we who have chosen this era. sally said all the symbols on his skin state, his certainty, the tattoos are messages of defiance to his future self. and joining me, an awful moiz, hong kong for democracy is different law. it's an up people like born get children
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who are still publicly protesting against the government or rarity in hong kong now . well, definitely, after the implementation of the national security law, government basically fees or protest brushing the national security. and it people who are rested under the law could face up to decades or even lifelong prism. and so we impose what tara in hong kong. so people like one chin and other who are still protesting on the street has bravery to go against a dis via probably readiness for these long jo time. so they are definitely not as many as before. but i believe that even though for those who are not protesting on the streets, they still have a lot of opposition and content source, the government can you describe for us how life is changed in the city since the law was implemented? i'm wondering specifically if the impact is only in the political arena or it
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extends to other aspects of daily life. well, the, the facts of the national security law is actually covering all aspects of life. it is not only introducing a new law in john com, but completely different ways of governing the city. we used to believe that one country to step to to system means that there is a fire war in between hong kong and china system. that hong kong, still compressed is freedoms, is not told him in democracy. but i think the while the meaning of the national security law is more than just hello transplant the way that the government sees, the centralization of power. you may name china and implement the into hong kong so that you could see a lot of officials now claiming that he has no division of power. and from government is trying to you rhodes or the checks and balances up available in those
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society. so not only for protest this, but you can see that journalist media education publication also talk expect in the civil society being severely curt out and scrutinize or even some of the organization dispense. because the government for nowadays does not allowed any checks and balances and monitoring from the society. nathan, a beaching always maintained that the national security law was meant to bring about prosperity and stability to hong kong. do you think the majority of hong kong guys would agree with that view? well, definitely not. if you look at the 2019 district counseling election, when the pro democracy came, which was a little troll movement, they will know landslide victory, who will actually express the view by voting one of the most ordinary practice
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in the classic countries. and that said a very clearly they want democracy, they want the government to be held accountable. the implementation of the national security is quashing freedoms. and that not what all people want. now this law is only one year old, but as time passes, do you think the voices of protest in the city will gradually fade and be replaced by the reality of the cities political situation? well i think that would definitely be the way to protest, but it just takes time. we've been to, we've been through a lot of ups and downs and local countries, even though they have more strict political situation like momma but there are still people coming out to protest. patricia moved on the cycle. so i believe that in the future when the energy in the civil society grows and up to a certain level, and that will be definitely another way of protest. and if you left hong kong about the same time, last year as this message was coming into force,
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was that the right decision for you? well i think for now i've been able to be a voice bone calling, continue to become phone call and continue to do my international efforts as work these are unable to achieve when use remain on call. so i think that i have played a role that for now, i think it's important for the movement law. thank you so much for joining us today . a bit now about bunger. there is a situation with covert 19. the country will implement the strict locked on from thursday to tackle rapidly rising infections initially planned for a week. it comes off to the surgeon cases, particularly in areas bordering india. the delta variance has run brampton and the government want to avoid a repeat of the devastation it caused in india. the to the 19 crisis is pushing this hospital near bangladesh of border with india to its
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limit. relatives desperate to secure medical care and oxygen for their loved ones. the one will be important issue with the patients we're currently seeing is that oxygen saturation levels, they can't be managed properly with only oxygen cylinder concentrated. and if we can't provide them with a central oxygen line, god forbid the casualties may increase. more than 14000 people have died in bangladesh since march last year, and daily infections. a currently skyrocketing after the pandemic has a devastating peak in india in april. death began to rise in bangladesh. the border between the 2 countries was shut, the people continued to cross illegally prompting new infections and fatalities. the virus is now raging through smaller towns and villages in the border regions,
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easy down, but by making the tests free, we can now locate the covert positive population. people from the villages are coming to get tested and it's proving the virus has spread significantly in the villages. the surgeon cases have pushed the government to double down restrictions that a partial shut down began in phases on monday, leading to a rush of migrant workers to flee the caps from decker. as of this thursday, all economic activity will be halted and a stringent nationwide lockdown will kick in. but will it be enough to combat the delta variant and alaska vaccines? $1000000.00 doses of china. so i know from vaccine recently arrived in bangladesh, but it's still waiting for 20000000 astrazeneca doses from india and the 2 and a half 1000000 doses of the medina vaccine from the u. s. before those arrive, math vaccinations cannot begin. plastic waste is a proven to be
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a growing problem for indonesia a lot that comes from single sessions that are discarded, but cannot be recycled. now a start up in the capital jakarta has come up with a seemingly simple way of tackling the problem. and as the report is proving popular with the locals, delivered straight to one's door cleaning products without the plastic packaging. it takes just a few clicks on an app or a text message. and growing numbers of jack curtains are taking advantage of the offer sick las we can refill our bottles and reduce the plastic waste. neighbors here of joined us. really sick lists was set up in 2019, especially for lower income communities to help reduce the use of products that are packaged in foil pouches. these single use pouches do offer convenient
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access to everyday household essentials. but even when they're discarded, they often stick around indonesia has a huge plastic pollution problem. the country generates almost 8000000 tons of plastic waste annually. and more than half of that waste is not managed properly. a lot of times you know, and indonesia actually only 45 percent of race gets collected because a lot of the small towns there is no funding for. it's not, it's not cheap. you know. and so i think that the government is looking for a solution that are not just ok. let's recycle. i'm all for recycling. but a lot of these products, actually you cannot recycle. so it's good if there's ways that you can actually reduce it rather than you know and have it out of the system. and so that's actually really helpful, and i think the government is supportive demand for the deliveries is growing fast
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. and not only because they're actually cheaper than the stuff in packages. so the companies c, e o, i think in an easy across our class as they see the plastic problem and they care about their country, they care about making it better. and i think this is really why the responders and feel good. good enough for plans to expand to more indonesian cities, helping people reduce and reuse their plastics. is more on our website. we will see you tomorrow, bye bye. ah . everyday for us and for our planet my dear is on its way to bring you more conservation. how do we make cities greener? how can we protect animals and their habitats?
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what to do with all our waste? we can make a difference by choosing reforestation over deforestation recycling over disposable martin solutions over our ways or is truly unique. and we know that, that uniqueness is what allows us to live and survive. why dia, the mental to global 3000 on d, w, and on the hello and welcome to arts and culture. well, after being deprived of live audiences for well over a year, the restart of cultural life is not without its challenges for some moral not. and also coming up took a tv series known as d, v. r, breaking ratings records all over the world from pakistan to chili. and we looked
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into what makes them so successful when he calls himself a musical maverick. and when he chose to become an organist american cameron carpenter knew that he had to tread some new ground. so he'd be signed designed, a digital organ that he can take on tour to get it out of the church, so to speak. and his flamboyant on orthodox performance is typically take large audiences by storm. but despite all that, getting back on stage in berlin, after months of lockdown has not been a cake book. the. he's one of the worlds fastest organist. but even camera and carpenter got slowed down by the pandemic. now, he's awakened his digital turing, oregon from his lockdown slumber. and his once again playing live in an indoor venue before a small audience, ah, coming back to playing just now before the people after playing for thousands of
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people. i feel definite nervousness. and of course now i'm older, so we all are after good then demick. really helps in the aging. so, you know, of course now it's, it's not so nice to be feeling a little bit nervous about playing in front of people and finding myself a little shaky. oh, in your location, it's not a concert home, but a former mint in berlin built in the 1900 thirty's during the nazi era. and in use up until the 2000 me. it's difficult for me to imagine it being an industrial room because i know this room by its acoustic and, and if you think about the hammering of 3rd right coins and the discontinued smashing of metal. it's, it's of a thought which is so ugly to me that it's almost,
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it's almost foreign when i'm sitting here playing the organ, the complex is now a cultural center. at the start of this year, a carpenter moved in as artist in residence. having lost his rehearsal space during the pandemic sponsors covered the cost of moving and installing his touring, oregon, which carpenter himself designed. ah, i'm very lucky and i'm in an unusual position both at this oregon and then with my career and what it's been. and i probably still have more, more opportunities than the average bear. but even in my position it's, it's been totally destabilizing and i have to say, artistically destructive period that he's tried to fight against them. in the summer of 2020, he taught through germany with a truck performing outdoor concerts including in front of nursing home. but that wasn't enough to maintain the skills needed to play such a highly complex instrument. it's a bit like being a high level athlete in a way,
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you know, if you don't need to compete at a very, very high level, it's impossible to maintain the level the the the carpenter is gradually returning to top for him on his touring morgan. but he doesn't think it will be easy to restart the entire classical music business in general. ah, it's a battleship is very difficult to turn quickly. obviously, it's important to get as many people back to work as we can. but i think it remains to be seen what the public comfort level with engagement and many, many other issues down the down the economic and logistics tree, what those will be the cameras carpenter is planning more lie defense and even
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a new cd of composition by thought he's cautiously optimistic for the future. well, exciting news in the art world as stolen paintings by pablo. picasso and dutch painter, peak monthly on, were recovered from a gorge in greece, picasso's, head of a woman, and monthly arms, early work summer, vin mil. it were stolen in an on day. she heist at the national gallery and athens back in 2012. during the presentation of the painting, at a news conference on tuesday, the work was perched on a table top, where at one point it even slipped onto the floor. elsewhere minister lean, i'm and doni said the picasso would have been impossible to sell as it had a personal inscription by the artist. because i had gifted it to greece in recognition of the country's resistance to nazi forces during their 19412442 patient. a portraits of british painter david hockney done by his long
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time friend and contemporary lucien freud sold at sotheby's in london on tuesday for a whopping 14900000 pounds. that's about 17300000 euros. freud and hawk me are among britons, most acclaimed artists, and the portrait painted at the peak of freud's career is now the, the most expensive work by him ever to sell at auction. and friends of the marvel comic franchise showed up many of them in cost play at a red carpet event in new york on tuesday for the much anticipated film. black widow starring scarlet hanson she plays natasha romanoff, a. the black widow, a russian born spite turned avenger and the film is among a slate of upcoming major releases that were postponed last year. due to the pandemic and cinema operators are hoping it will revive ticket sales when it hits theaters on july 9th. well to television now and as
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john ro, theories that's been taking the world by storm all the while steering clear of the simplistic labels soap opera or tele novella, d z with titles like magnificent entry or 1001 nights are made in turkey. they're sweeping epics with long episodes that tend to focus on family centered dramas. and meanwhile, they have huge audiences in asia, the middle east, and even latin america. this is the city with a population of over 50000000. in easement some 100 kilometers away the turkish tv channel t r t is filming the series. the last emperor. ah, it's about the life and times of the 2nd. the last powerful ottoman sultan me. the action begins in 18. 96. when the 100 is fighting
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on all fronts, against european palace, domestic revolutionaries and a range of other opponents, they want the same thing to bring down. he is also an empire. between a 10150 minutes produced each week. soon 5 seasons will have been short. the series has been a runaway success in turkey, but also in many other countries. turkey has become the world's 2nd biggest tech supporter of tv shows of the hollywood, known as disease. these turkish theories have an especially big fan base in pakistan, resurrection to rule about the founding of the ottoman empire in the 13th century. he's showing here in this cafe dubbed into the new building
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for whole families together to watch the turkish series together. this is a be sure that details how that was mon dynasty. one of the greatest dentistry in history was formed. and these type of slummy historical tv shows are getting a lot of popularity and pockets done. mostly because we lack this type of content here. but not everybody is such a fan of some critical acclaim, but in these tv drama is being falsified for political purposes. they accused the government of turkish president richard ty, at one of using disease to glorify the ottoman empire and islam while defaming religious minorities and undermining democracy. oh, they say the last emperor is revisionist and historically inaccurate.
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in 2 seasons of the series, one of the sultan's arch enemies is pe. i don't have so the founder of political zionism and seem to be the spiritual father of the state of israel repeated as a d. b. s. and presidio schema turkeys, regulatory authorities, the radio and tv do control what can and cannot be filmed. sex is not allowed, nor drugs or swear words. homosexuality is to be masculinity and strength. a celebrated human for the high does, the you can out are currently 7 mainstream channels. they all struggle with censorship. the main problem is that the rules are not clear. i mean, no one knows what's allowed and what isn't just all of the normal does. i'm if you don't know what might be penalized, you earned the side of caution. yeah,
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much. oh cool. he's the producer of chicago for the pit, which is about an influential murphy, a family in a dangerous stand will neighborhood. it too is popular all over the world and turkish series and not only popular and pockets done which is largely muslim, but also in chile, which is mainly catholic the. ready isabel driggers purchases turkey series for the children channel t v n and ben, your whatever. so nancy, they resonate a long way because the stories are about everyday problems. they are universal stories and it doesn't matter whether that stuff, you know, her key samples or in santiago, chile. so now can you tell the 2 women in particular day comprised the main audience, the telling a valid liver when you might be shows the features strong women and families. but
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ultimately, it's men who have to say one's turkey is a patriarchal country or the rising conservatism, not only in turkey, but also in the world by starting to get back it. maybe it has reached conservatism, is now a decline again off. but because they start to show us, or in a way stir, i like to be watched by families all over the world. however, these turkeys theories are interpreted. they are clearly a breathtaking success. long took a little less than normal guns, and their sales are expected to reach over a 1000000000 us dollars in the next 2 years. the well, to finish off just days before it's reopening, the ti i throw cologne in buenos in argentina prepared its majestic chandelier, weighing 1300 kilos with 3735 lights. pardon me? it was lowered from the main hall dome for its annual maintenance ritual and will
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leave you with some impressions of that and until next time, all the best from us in berlin and stay safe. ready the good news . ready ready ready ready ready ready ready ah . ready ah, ah, the news, the news
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be our guest at frankfurt. airport city, managed by frank bought. oh. the news . this is w life from burn the last german soldiers there. i hope my dad is donna berlin, ends in peacekeeping mission after nearly 20 years, but asked left behind, worry about what will happen to them when all the international troops had got. also on the program, the daddy he'd waited, golfing west, and cameras. it doesn't die as temps. this is a record breaking 49 degrees celsius. i'm sweet revenge decades in the making of
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the european football championships. our own rivals, germany for the 1st time and that gave me 55 years jumping out of the companies. ah, i'm so welcome to the program. the last german soldiers stationed in afghanistan are now home lately step in the face withdrawal of international troops. the mission has been germany's most expensive and deadliest since world war 2. more than 850000 german soldiers served and i've got this done over 20 years. 59 lost their lives. many afghans and i worry about the return of taliban militants and what will happen next in the homeland?
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ali latifah is a journalist in afghanistan. he joins us from cobbled welcome alley, how people reacting to the truth withdrawal. there's definitely a lot of fear because if you, if you look at the news right now, there's all these reports of one district falling and then a few days later, coming back into the government hand, this has been happening over the last 20 years. but in the past, it would take weeks maybe even month for this change to happen. but now it's in overdrive. you know, within a matter of days the district keep changing hands and then you get reports like that, you know, the ca, saying that the government could fall within 6 months of politician. you know, warning of civil war and just just the messaging is not very good. so for the people it's really one of those situations where they don't know what's going to come to them until it actually comes to pass. and you know, you're hoping for the,
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for the best and, you know, preparing for the worse. but you know, you, you really don't want the words to come to pass because the worst just seems unbelievable. like something you don't want to go back to a lot. and has life there improved as a result of the nature mission? you know, some aspects of life have changed for sure. there's been economic development. there's been reconstruction, there's been rights that were gained and regained over the last 20 years. but if you look at the current situation, you know, in terms of the german presence, you know, if you look at some of the cities that are most in danger right now, like condos, like my daughter's, like on. these are all places where the germans either war or they were near those places until the fact that they're still so dangerous and people are still fleeing those places. or that the, you know, say that they can hear gunfire around the city at night. and during the day they feel that the taller bon, getting closer and closer from the nearby district,
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you know, that itself calls itself called the german president. and the overall international . i've been into question because it's, it's 20 years later. and people in a city like, my god, you know, one of the cultural economic come to the country or the 5th largest city in the country. if they don't feel safe and they feel like they need to flee, then again, it's a question of well, what did you really do over the last 20 years? where did you secure, if you can't secure these big cities, then what can we say about the districts in the villages? okay, thank you for that. i mean the t free in campbell. let's get the german political perspective from you're going to teen. he's a member of germany's parliament for the greens and sits on the farm. the fence committee. welcome to d w. let's start with that idea. has germany now abandoned the afghan people to the taliban? no, definitely. no, but germany has to recognize that the military mission we
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started and i was part of the government that started mission at the end. last to taylor, we had one year of success and was the as a throwing up the economy been regime. but for mood and 9 t is nato and germany included failing in establishing the political order that rules can done without participation after taliban. and we know this, i think for more than a decade. so we painted to find a political solution with the taliban earlier is a form of power sharing or something else. and now we withdraw and do with ton of this withdraw will be the ap can sell to society. that's bitter. and where do i mean? who's failure was that 20 years of deployment?
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that in that time, one would have expected more movement. so where do you see the failures? first failure in my view has been that there was joined, going in and enjoying going out. but there was never enjoying being in this game. and we have imperative to military doctrines. one dot 3 was we have a lining mission that should support state building institution building and how the ap can to rude them for themselves. and we had a military doc treat, it was counter terrorism in his blood way. donald trump call us, we are no longer doing states voting. we are killing terrorists and everything. what was reached in the so called comprehensive approach of nature was destroyed
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by nature. troops in the and t, tara, that is one of the lectures from, again, it's done never have to military doctrines that are so conflicting with each other in an area. and the 2nd thing was that we started very, very late for real negotiations for finding a police to political solution. and that the, and donald trump did dia and it was a prompt you. and that mean it was a bad deal. and so, did germany do enough in this war? did germany commit sufficient to troops that didn't have a sufficiently robust deployment? and i scanned this, done. the problem of the mission was not if it was not robust enough, nato is the strongest military force in the world. it is symmetric conflict and
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the nato hired in getting the hurts in mind of a vast majority of african people. that's the bitter truth. and this was the consequence of these 2 military doctrines. conflicting each other, one on one side, together with development aid with state burning, training, police, and burning up legal institutions on one side and on the other side. organizing night rates, killing african families, using drones against several people. these things conflicted each other and it was not the lack of military robustness is not too much robust. thank you so much for outlining that. so clearly you're going to teach agree member of the bundle stocks, foreign affairs committee. thanks very much. not
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a candidate where unexplained heat wave is sweeping across the west of the country and causing dozens of deaths and breaking records. as temperatures hit 49 degrees celsius cooling centers have been set up to give people some rest buys. the sweltering heat is forecast to continue prolonged, dangerous, and historic heat waves engulfing western canada has already caused dozens of death . people are being encouraged to go to cooling centers to combat the extreme heat. it's just on bearable it's, it's impossible to be out. so never seen anything like this. i hope it never becomes like this. her again, it's not really pleasant. this is too much, too much summer for us here. but some are enjoying being outdoors like vancouver. but it's an interesting experience. the nice getting it side,
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but basically been consuming gallons of water, whole time, not surprising with temperature is exceeding 45 degrees in some places, some feeling close to 50 degrees in others because of the human conditions. some are taking to the water to cool down, while others are helping the vulnerable by distributing food and drink to provide relief. officials point to this being part of a wider problem. in this instance, i think the, the big lesson coming out of the past number of days is that the climate crisis is not a fiction. that is absolutely real. and if you look, i've had a briefing from the wildfire service yesterday and again today the entire west coast of north america from baja to alaska is red hot. this is not a british columbia problem. it's not a candidate problem. it is a global challenge and we all need to have citizens of the world coming together. school and college classes have been cancelled in british columbia, which means more playtime. perhaps. that extreme heat. and the search for relief
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looks like a climate emergency problem that just isn't going away. or his look at some of the other stories making news around the world court in the united states has overturned comedian bill cosby sexual assault, conviction and ordered his immediate release from prison. pennsylvania to court rule that a prior agreement with a prosecutor bod, cosby from being charged meetings, convicted and jailed in 2018. the drug in sexual assault in a woman on death tells me collapse to the residential tower in miami has risen to 16 to 4. more bodies would pull from the rebel. 147 people are still unaccounted for. nearly a week after the building came down, hopes of finding survivors offering north korean leader kim joan own, has criticized. he's a party for famous in dealing with the current of ours pandemic,
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state media reporting a great incident, but have give no further details. both chris has no officially confirmed cases of cobra 19 and i'm calling by the more russian president vladimir putin has confirmed he has had these v corona virus vaccine shows, you know, we're not in the 2nd a month later. we didn't disclose our time, which vaccine has been just a big issue and if you haven't been knocked out of football euro 2020 tournament by arch rivals england, the 1st time the 3 lines have beaten them in a knock out game in 55 years. angland now advance to pay ukraine in the quarter finals. ecstatic fans have been celebrating a historic victory. the 3 line road and england sword a to know when against germany. finally break because it's the best english misery things. 966, june. we be jeremy loss and lockout for them to invoke off is the fact that,
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you know, 10 minutes a. so another company we put it through the book, talking is brilliant and contested. i would like german fans at wembley stadium tried to make the best of it. both teams played sandy defensively. and i think it miller had put it in. we would have sub job. but, you know, in the end about if you want to buy a unique forward too much mila gave pounds in germany a moment of hope. if only for a few seconds, the channel, the english fans are in the state of ecstasy, despite elia doubts of courage goth southgate strategy. i say we spoke earlier on on may no, no 11 might be a good day. we wanted to know 90 minutes. i could not believe it. i
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want you to do that before the english team has to go on the road and is now off to rome. the dangerous moment for us will have that warmth of success and the feeling you know, around the country that we've only got to turn up to when the thing and we know it's going to be an immense challenge from hereon. while police tried to disperse the cheering crowds, the magic is far from. the denmark is the new museum dedicated to fairy tale author. hans christian andersen,
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queen margarita cut the ribbon in the city of a dense where the sun was born, designed by japanese architect, king of coolant beavers in takes in this house. talk of some advantage last enough to fairytales, including the little mermaid and the ugly duckling. and set you up today, bright golf. we'll have more world news at the top of the rob. what's the next business updates looking at the impacts demik and global tourism today. ah, tips for your bucket list, the magic corner, check hot spots and some great filter memorials to boot w travels off, we go. the gold was right in front of them. they gave it there.
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