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ready ready i this is our 10 national and these are all headline. the protests said him good at co, but infected athletes village not quite the opening ceremony. they were hoping for talk care does care up. breads delays olympic game also has been in jerry's ice. we got frozen out in israel all through the company stopped sales and occupied palestinian territories. economic terrorism was support for human rights issue an american company caving in to, to, to a mob of demand. they can take a moral stand and say, well,
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i don't want to do anything with that product. and so much for room for tanya. questions are raised over the decline of what was one of the most powerful navy in the world. as it turns out, only one naval destroyer is clearly operational, now, awe life for most good. this is our team's national banks for joining us as we take a look at the stories that are grabbing headlines around the world start. and when we have to talk about, of course, at the opening ceremony of the long anticipated tote carried 2020 olympic games. it's just a few hours away now. but the amazon is an hour celebratory, as might have been hoped, private cases have risen to a $106.00 with 12 infected athletes living in the olympic village. the news comes as all across the whole city, those a spike in new daily infections. but still the president of the international
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committee, and since the games can be held safely, restrictions mean at the time in history, no domestic or overseas of spectators will be allowed to attend. but as all teasing the trend could not report control, the c doesn't end with the pandemic. the whole world is talking about how the pandemic has taken its toll on the olympics. and it's clear the games will be the oddest, most unusual, weird. choose which ever word you like in history. it looks as if the number one, elliptic official just wanted to go with the flow of weirdness when he got the nation that's hosting the big event wrong. and i, we're coming target is safe and secure games for everybody, for the athletes, and for all the delegations, and most importantly, also for the chinese people, japanese people. anyway, the locals won't be able to enjoy any of the actual arena vibes because the arena's
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are supposed to be empty. and so the newly updated a limping moto faster, higher, stronger, together also sounds a bit weird. physically, there ain't going to be that many people in tokyo, standing or fitting together empty stadiums must be depressing for the athletes, but probably not as depressing as the rules for staying in the olympic village. a ban on leaving the cove it free zone gps trackers. only 90 seconds allowed for conversations in the mix zone. only 10 minutes vote at for one meal having to fly out of japan. once your tournament is over. this is how we keep credit safe in the olympic dining hall. first, we sanitized them, put these gloves on. before we touch anything, we go and grab one of these trays. h individual try has been sanitized and washed his head of the bottom floor of the dining hall. as we walk around, obviously we've got i'm awesome in every little keep cool disinfecting why?
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so we walk down everything that we're going to touch the screen, the sides of everything. it makes me time conversations pretty difficult because it's hard to get through them. but the athletes also have to get used to fragile beds, which have been dubbed anti sex. although thanks to social media, we've already learned that beds aren't that useless in this peculiar aspect. athletes will use beds made of cardboard frames, but they've been assured the cardboard beds won't collapse during sex. the organizers haven't given up on the tradition of giving away thousands of condoms, but athletes will only be able to use them after they check out. the metal ceremonies might also make the winners feel a bit lonely. they will be presented to the athlete on a tray and then the athlete will take the metal him or herself. it will be made sure that the person who will put the metal on the tray will do so only with disinfected gloves so that the athlete can be sure that nobody touched them before
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till the very final days of preparations before the opening ceremony. it wasn't clear if the olympics would go ahead, despite the overwhelming anti cove it measures athletes are testing positive, the nerves count has been on for a while and it seems to be just as pacey as the metal count, while the city of tokyo itself is under a state of emergency, they the case growth numbers have gone back to the peaks of winter and the locals would usually be so proud to be living in a whole city are now mostly against the event. one recent poll showed almost 80 percent. we're not happy with the decision not to cancel the whole thing. this explains the protests, the counseling, because holding 1000000 people who caused me to try to spread which will endanger our lives. i think it is wrong to have the place in the midst of the corona
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pandemic. i wonder about the government stance of colon for self restraint among the general public. well, the same time being adamant about the olympics. someone else who's already made tokyo? 2020. i. e 2021. out standing is laurel hubbard. the 1st ever transgender olympic athlete. she was born male and will compete among female weight lifters. this caused quite a stir with some of the sports community. going as far as saying that the i o c betrayed women by allowing this while the transgender are celebrating this historic milestone for them. the whole thing feels like a bad joke, life changing opportunities and missed for some athletes, meadows and the limpid qualifications. and we are powerless. i do believe that everyone should have access to sports, but not at the expense of others. bosses include in transgender efforts have been
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in place in the olympics in par lympics since 2004 laurel hubbard is the 1st to qualify and 154000 olympians and barling bins. over the last 17 years, trans people belong in sports. and finally, in tokyo has become official athletes will be allowed to make political gestures and statements, but only before the competition begins. nothing like that is still allowed at the podium. so some teams have already announced they will be taking the ne, well, that was easy to expect. however, when athletes were pulled 70 percent said they were against any protests anywhere at the olympic venues. aud unusual weird. have you chosen the right word? economic terrorism. that's how the israeli president has slammed the growing international movement to boycott his country over its treatment of palestine. it comes off the ice queen brand, ben and jerry stopped sales and what it describes as occupied territories. move
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that top is radiate, politicians warn will backfire and how the farms bought. 9, the foreign minister out of the situation is painted with anti semitism. then injurious decision is a shameful surrender to anti semitism, to boy divestment, sanction. all that is evil in the anti israel and anti jewish discourse. we won't stay silent more than 30 states in the us, and t b, the submission laws, cost in recent years. i'm going to go one by one, require them to enforce these and keep in and jerry's laws because they will not treat us in this way without encountering a response. now, you know, while as you can see, people have been reacting with some uploading videos opens. i've been doing been and jerry's products on social media. the firm says that operating and occupied palestinian land is inconsistent with its values. and it's also cited concerns from
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both consumers and business partners. stateside. some retailers have changed the dark with israel by dropping reducing stock of the ice cream brand. the background to this is that palestinians considered as well, no queue, pi unexcused. the country of war crimes allegations is rolled, denies inside palestine. it seems that that's why support for the move and i'm i, we support the decision and any company that boy, because these rail occupation, we hope the whole world will boycott israel product. i know we're pleased with the company's decision will support all companies that buy caught these rarely occupation and always railey settlement because of the war crimes and crimes they're committing against palestinians showed i feel happy because there are companies that have a conscious knowledge of the legality. of settlements in the palestinian territory when an american company makes such a decision, and it is one of the largest the most widespread companies in the world. it is
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a beautiful thing with ben and jerry is, is just the latest in a growing list of companies which have decided to boycott is for on issue that seems 10 per flat on both sides. so here at our team, we put it all up for debate. i don't think this is gonna make a bit of difference in israeli policy because it's so clearly so transparently an american company caving in to, to, to a mob demand that what we're seeing is some consumer power on the rise. this is not about the, you know, vs, for example, advising or lobbying supermarkets to stop selling been injuries, foods and products. this is about consumers. i think the significance of this, however, is that this is coming from a u. s. company and a few months back. the u. s. was going completely in a different direction. they were recognizing in jerusalem as is really and moving forward to recognizing the occupied territories as such,
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the left wing mom tries to take lots of complex situation like policing in america . we're like israel conflict with her neighbors and turn them into clear black and white right and wrong. when that's not the reality. if consumer power is growing, now you can call that left his mob or whatever. you know, if people see george floyd being suffocated under the knee of a policeman, then will sympathize and you can call that lift is small but, but i think it's just natural that people simplified and take action. they can take a moral stand and say, well, i don't want to do anything with that product. that's the kind of double standard of people say offensive things across the globe. you mentioned what happened in minnesota where's been injurious boycott minnesota. i could point out more than offensive things being done in countries around the world. oppression being done, countries around the world. where is the boy there when we're just going to focus
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in on israel and say, uh huh. someone in israel did something that was offensive to an arab, therefore we must boycott israel. it does suggest to me the sort of absurd, double stand in this absurd obsession. that does make me make me very suspicious of an anti semitism work issue of settlement with she's not happening one month ago or one year ago. it has been happening for, you know, a century or something. people are being kicked out of their houses, sometimes violently, sometimes under the premise or the guys of law and other people, other ethnic city coming and taking their place. you know, this has gone too long and every now and then because this issue is being solved, then it will resurface longstanding grievance every now and then you know, is shown bear in front of everybody and people remind themselves to make a moral stance. we're seeing a different path emerging in the middle east. think we're seeing countries like the
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united arab emirates, bahrain morocco saying you know what, what's best for our joint future in the middle east jewish era, but like muslim and jewish life is not boy cutting and shunning, but actually coming together, working together, investing together, collaborating together, and i would humbly suggest that the united arab emirates model abraham affords model of investment in collaboration and mutual recognition will produce a better future for everyone in the middle east than some sort of silly boy cutting, pushed by americans who knew very little about the reality on the written ones, but instead the most powerful navy in the world. but now it's maureen forces aren't and floundering that's all through transpired. the only one of 6 world navy destroys, is courtney suitable for service with says raise that. the situation is operation me unacceptable. next up, all the more i gauss devoss, whether britain can ever rule for waves again,
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britain has made quite the splash recently, the cowboy flora into russia's territorial waters, off the coast of crimea, all ukrainian waters. if you were a british captain. itching for an excuse to antagonize the russians. james, your order. those a big splash as i say, but it was bravado the supposed show of full symbolized, but a tremendous defendant sailing into russian gun ranges was actually a bluff as it emerged that all other destroyers are in for repairs. h m, a defender recently at the center of a diplomatic grove with russia following the voyage of the cranial peninsula is the only rest of the class without and issue. the other 5 type, 40 fives, all need work, either planned or due to problems developed while it see. it's
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a good thing, but it didn't break down and caught me in waters. the last thing the royal navy need is a rush and tug boats coming to its rescue or a chinese one following on from the queen elizabeth strike groups inaugural deployments. the united kingdom will permanently assign 2 ships in the region from later this year. big blad britain has i'm not entirely sure the chinese will be all that impressed, given recent events by which i mean breakdowns but big plans. nevertheless, that easy. the rule navy can scrounge together enough operational ships. so 2 of them, which as british assures, have shown can be a challenge if that ship experiences propulsion problems. as we have seen across the top $45.00 family than our carrier group would have to be forced to lean on an a 2 ally to ensure that we have destroy protection. that really indicates bottom line that we need a bigger navy rule, but tonya rule, the waves, the old song,
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goes truly times bears know what not that the british are giving up. again. big black, 24000000000 pounds marked for a new fleet. we are going to use extra spending to restore britain's position as the foremost naval power in europe. and until then, it seems, britain will depend on others to rule the waves in question is, is everyone in nato ready to fight and die and unintended hypothetical war sparked by another british stun. because it would be extremely embarrassing if they aren't still on the way in last week's me flossing and what you're as a paint has. but there are more problems ahead for germany hall just hit regional and talk about bought off the
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back. guys are financial survival guide. when customers go buy, you reduce the price. now, well, reduce the lower, the best under cutting, but what's good for food market is not good for the global economy. ah, so what we try to do is really to leverage on the knowledge of this partners from developed countries and they offer field church services support, but it was so we app this is sort of a broker 12 things from developing an emerging countries to get access to space because clearly one of the issues, one of the show stoppers is the cost on the launch in the operation the
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the, the, the, the ah, welcome back. plagues by mass disruption off the last weeks dudley floods, people and one job and region continue to face. new woes with co vaccinations installed and drinking water polluted with sewage. me i love, i guess i'll look vaccinations. sandra was hitting the catastrophe and his clothes, and we all would have had to drive very far to do vaccinated. come in, i'm here for my 2nd vaccination. i was supposed to get my 2nd shot from my doctor, but he was also the victim of the clock. i'm also here with a charge group to help people who are affected because i was fortunately barely hit
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me. benji mentioned it on time and i expect the number of covert cases in this area arrives in the next few days. the people that work together in the confined space and the transmission corona is easier because everyone is not wearing mouth. nose protection, at least not in the pictures you see on tv. we can see that human to human transmission remains the main method of transmission on the army. and we had the safest drinking water in the whole world. it was almost star oil that's over now. we have never had such a situation in germany. at least not this extreme. there is no difference between drinking water and sewage. at the moment. the water flowed through the streets and the villages was a mixture of excrement and rain. water contamination is very high. you shouldn't hail anything or swallow anything because they're also environmental toxins and
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things like that ah, is fish. if you feel terrible, everything is destroyed. many people don't have any accommodation. the business is also closed. it's like a nightmare. lot more financial help isn't necessarily because it has caused some damage. the whole infrastructure must be rebuilt. many builders must be ripped down and rebuilt all the breach of here. we have just one bridge out of around 10 left, just one bridge to get to the other side. we now have to travel through the whole village. so we are really reliant on financial resources and we also don't have any work. everything has been destroyed, no jobs, and no money any more. more devastating floods this time over in central china now they've brought destruction
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across the region. not till disaster has led to at least 33 deaths and 250000 people being moved to safety. authority say that $3000000.00 have been effected and total, while economic losses are estimated around $119000000.00. the deluge has also wiped out transport infrastructure and breach dams. water now seems to be receding in some parts of the region, leaving. of course, the huge task of clearing it all up. a local report has told us how people are coping them. the police reached isolated villages and meho township to save lives. the cost of rain seemed impossible to navigate so that it was severe. rhodes were gone with no telecommunications signals were light supplies were in sufficient or that more than 23000 people in the storm have gone me city in central china. so no problems have been relocated in the past. 48 hours
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and torrential rent on tuesday flooded the town overnight and triggered land slides on police rushed to reinforce time and repair roads. why would all the local rose out of the town are ready faced? the national emergency department last night deploy drone telecommunication devices and our mobile phones finally got signal. joe, who aided the fight against cody $900.00 neighboring who be problems last year, joins the front line. you have no idea older people, even those injured have joined together to help each other in this disaster being a part of it has been so worthwhile. the rest during this forecast to move north, providing a chance for the parents disaster reconstruction, particularly for those park businesses. gimme me, you know, i really didn't expect such a disaster. a water inside a store was at least one meter high. all i can do is clean up. i haven't thought about what to do next. i mean residents like monster have to rely on instant
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noodles and bottled water. the local authority say the prestige also include koby night and prevention, helping with traffic and the resumption of gas and electricity supply, judging agency and income of the province. we know that the last year has seen vine and protests and major political moves in support of racial justice across the u. s. seems it was all for nothing. as a recent poll shows that 57 percent of americans say things are not going so well between black and white populations. auntie kenneth open looks what exactly is going wrong. without unity, there is no peace, only bitterness and fury. those the words of joe biden who pledged to heal the nation while the president might be quite disappointed to learn more than half of the nation. does that relations between the black and white population have now hit an unprecedented rock bottom. for the 2nd consecutive year,
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us adults positive ratings of relations between black and white americans are their lowest point in more than 2 decades of measurement. the research shows that while some white people remain optimistic about improving relations, the black population is losing hope. surveys show that police brutality is one thing. the black community is quite unhappy about it. this is showing that one in every 1000 black men is killed by the police. this and a number of other issues resolved and only about a 3rd of the american population being happy about how the black community is treated. black people are also on satisfied about how the new administration handles racial issue lead us from black lives matter, met with white house officials earlier this year to discuss our policy agenda. and while we appreciate the chance to talk with them, we are surprised by the lack of progress on issues that matter to black people. the same communities that so strongly supported, biden harris during last year's election. people in the white community are
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starting to claim that they are pressed as well. take the issue of critical race theory. many white voices are speaking up and claiming it is rewriting history. number of white people, according to the survey feel now that they are under represented in relief programs, especially after the rise of the black lives matter movement. americans, poor assessment of black white relation stands alone in their assessments of relations between other u. s. racial and ethnic groups, majority of americans rate relations between hispanic and white people, black and hispanic people, asian and white people. and like an asian people as good with people being drawn apart. the white house is failing to halt divisions and overcome the tensions of previous years, making the problem more of an issue in today's america. so this is not surprising at all. it's of the unfortunate result. not having a reckoning with the past the present. and unfortunately, potentially the future of a country that really has never come to grips with how much racism ensconced. and
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it's very fabric. we saw really what surface the, the backlash of this country. having the temerity in the gall to elect a black president really surfaced a lot of people who had been harboring anti black and recess feelings into immigrant feelings. and listen feelings for a very, very long time. a lot of distance between people create competition other and this person's coming from my job or this person's coming to harming in my neighborhood. so social media has had a part in that, but also the programs of the united states government that i've been so rooted in hyper capitalism that they actually split working class people apart because that in the interest of hybrid capitalism. and then of course, we've had just a very, very conflict politic for this country and finding it might be time for new dictionary. online ornithologist should now avoid using the word, but while horse club as must no longer talk about philly's. that's the confusion of
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the the the, the, the the democratic dominated select committee investigating the events of january 6 on capital hill has been constituted and will start proceedings next week. would be merely political theatre, proverbial lunchroom food by on national display. one thing is for sure these
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proceedings will reflect the political divisions, fagley finding the truth looks to be of secondary importance. welcome to so because visionaries may sophie share it, nonsense. depression is often seen as a score of our time, and today we'll look into how to spot it and raleigh back before it's too late. with dr. assured asian, dr psychiatry, founder of the university of california, san francisco, depression center and author of the book when antidepressants aren't enough factors. church age and rasa catrice, founder of the university of california, san francisco depression center. it's great to have, you know.


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