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being used to expose its devastating impact and so what we end up doing is imaging the forest in very high fidelity street techno on all just. a setback for the millions displaced in syria the united nations manages to keep only one border crossing open to bring in a. fellow i'm down jordan this is our jazeera live from doha also coming up as anger grows against his government mollies president makes major concessions to the opposition who are demanding he steps down. another record day in the u.s. 66 and a half 1000 new coronavirus cases are reported as president trump wears a mask in public for the 1st time. in hundreds of thousands turned out in hong kong
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to choose pro-democracy candidates to run in september's legislative elections. millions of syria's displaced people will now have only one turkish border crossings through which to receive aid that's after several attempts to keep a 2nd crossing open failed to pass at the un security council russia backed by china had been pushing to shut down one of 2 border crossings that was still open our diplomatic editor james bays reports from u.n. headquarters in new york. a security council resolution on delivery of aid into syria is finally passed the result of the voting is as follows 12 votes in favor. no votes against. and 3 abstentions but this was not what 13 out of 15 council members wanted
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only one border crossing bubble how one can now be used to deliver aid off to china and russia use their veto power in recent days to block other options so this resolution is not what the united states and a majority of the council fought for and it is certainly far short of what the syrian people need and desire russia's deputy ambassador was competent that the hypocrisy and double standards so far western colleagues at the unprecedented tice you were in the negotiations they were ready to jeopardise growth but the mechanism but to delete messages on you know lateral sanctions and increasing growth crossland deliveries that received this reply that if dimitrius concerned about hypocrisy he probably should not use the words that human or tonight humanitarian aid should not be politicized because that is exactly what
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russia has done throughout this process and shamefully continues to do the bab al salam crossing the no clothes also a lifeline for about half a 1000000 children in the area according to unicef a fact seized upon by germany's ambassador these 500000 children will wake up tomorrow morning. and we'll realize that we have let them down our germany and belgium have been in charge of trying to negotiate ambassador said he was aware his chinese and russian colleagues were taking instructions from their capitals but he had this message for those in charge tell them that the german ambassador asked are those people who gave the instructions to give instructions to cut out the 8 of 500000 children if they are ready to look into the mirror tomorrow in nearly a decade of conflict in syria repeatedly starvation has been used as a weapon of war and increasingly humanitarian aid has been politicized what we've
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seen here in the last week may well be another episode in the international community's response to the syrian crisis that history will judge badly james plays out just syria at the united nations both the knesset jackson is a u.n. representative then head of office for care international she says thousands of syrians will now be deprived of much needed aid. and the people that are in this area in northern aleppo it's one of the highest concentrations of displaced people it's over 60 percent so this is a people that have been displaced multiple times over the course of the last 9 years and they are overwhelmingly women and children so these are the very people that the u.n. was set out to. and we at this stage we do not have any aid convoys coming from damascus to this region there is a negotiation underway to start there. but the closure by the council effective
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today means that we could be looking at least 6 months before any of these convoys actually make it up into this region because of all the bureaucracy and red tape that's required to get all the commissions for the n.g.o.s to make those deliveries and i think that is is the worrying hot that we cannot expect the other crossing the one that remains open to be a substitute because in order to get a from that crossing into northern aleppo you have to cross a front line and although we have a fragile cease fire in effect now we don't know what the situation will be in awake in a month in 6 months molly's president has responded to violent protests by promising to form a national unity government by next week and dissolve the constitutional court mali
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has seen its worst civil unrest in years with several people killed during protests calling for the president's resignation balance reports. a solemn feeling well for protesters fake unceasing this is year old was killed on friday his family says he was shot in front of mali's national assembly. they say he was the 1st to fool people after anti-government protests turned violent going to. his mother was sick already when we broke the news to her she had a seizure the neighbors came out and we comforted her with words from islam. thousands of people gathered for friday's protests the 3rd since. they pushed their way into the grounds of parliament and the national television station then tires and barricaded roads in the capital police responded with tear gas. gunfire was heard 60 people were arrested. the protesters returned on saturday but
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in smaller numbers. their anger is directed at president abraham. demonstrations began in june after mali's constitutional court overturned election results and evolved to include frustrations over the economy alleged corruption and insecurity from groups from repression reinforces our determination and we will continue with our watch until the end of the regime of ip k. which today is a council for mali on saturday evening case who responded in a televised address. to continue to do it privately i will continue to favor dialogue with all the active forces of the nation for the establishment of a consensual government tame composed of republican and patriotic groups and not the break is end demolishes of the country molly deserves basic than there is going to cost he promised to dissolve the court at the heart of the disputed election
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results hold re-elections in contested areas and form a national unity government next week they're an important 1st step. and i think the idea is that the president is going to join with the opposition and have hopefully real dialogue. and and hopefully this will take place under the eyes of eco wasse the regional group that i think can actually help make sure that this moves forward smoothly. no opposition had earlier rejected kate his offer to reform the constitutional court and demanded the dissolution of parliament following friday's embraced 3 of their leaders were arrested and they had cooled his range and it's unclear where the president has his concessions will satisfy them and stop the scenes repeating. the ballasts. the united states has reported another all time daily high for new infections of covered 19 more than 66500 cases were
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confirmed on saturday president trump has visited a hospital where he wore a mask in public for the 1st time since the start of the outbreak particle hand reports now from maryland. this is the end of that many health experts have been hoping and waiting for the u.s. president sending a message to his supporters that it's ok to wear a mask for many not doing so is a kind of political statement but before leaving for visit to this military hospital he sent a different message with his words when your hospital especially at that particular setting where you're going to do a lot of older people that in some cases just got off the operating table i think it's a great big deal where you got to have a pretty good bet but i do believe that by the time. far from the universal endorsement that might make his supporters change their habits in many of the states hardest hit masks are not mandatory and the numbers of people being tested
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for and dying from the corona virus are climbing quickly in florida another day of record cases but despite the figures disney world reopened there with restrictions on smaller crowds masks are mandated inside the park but not in this state and the republican governor is not promising any changes soon we really believe that you know those in that 65 enough age group are at the increased risk and we're continuing to advise them to talk to let me close contact outside the home and to avoid crowds armies with as much as possible in another hard hit state louisiana the democratic governor has closed bars and mandated mess so it's become clear to me especially ash after the numbers that we saw yesterday that our current restrictions are not enough the people that we've been making to the people of louisiana to do better abiding by those restrictions and doing better by complying
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with our mitigation measures just have not produced the results that we had hoped for and the the results that we need pretty much across the board the experts all agree the easiest. the cheapest way to make sure the virus doesn't spread out of control to make sure hospitals like the one behind me don't become overwhelmed is to wear a mask but once again the u.s. president is sending a message to his followers with his words that they don't necessarily need to follow the advice of the experts. particle al-jazeera maryland now more than $200000.00 people in hong kong have turned out to vote in primary polls held by pro-democracy parties these will decide candidates for the legislative council elections in september that vote will be the 1st since the imposition of a new security nor by beijing on thursday a hong kong government minister warned that those involved in the primary may be committing an offense under the new nor was difficult paul and joins us live now
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from hong kong davis so an unexpectedly high turnout on day 2 of the primaries tell us what's been happening. absolutely despite the fact that the government in seems to have tried to dissuade people certain government officials had said that this could even violate that national security law these primaries people have been turning out in large numbers their cues across 250 booths across the city so it seems like this movement is still going and people are defying whatever fear or intimidation that is perceived at the moment but talk more about this i'm here with joshua wong he said democracy activist and also a candidate in these elections he is well known in both locally and in a to national circles for fight for democracy for hong kong joshua good to have you here with us firstly joshua i need to ask you it's been a really interesting impressive turnout it seems but the question is you are running for this but how valid will these results be particularly you are currently
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facing charges the you have been spent time in jail before do we are you concerned that even if you do well you could be disqualified if the race of think this qualifies being censored out from a in the official election we still realise that the primary election is important and every bolt conk to show up with this content of beijing and with no trust to the company's reach even after the implementation of the national security law so today is the primary election day it's also the 1st time for you. what's right after the law is implemented to home call and it's time for us to fight back more than 250000 people come out the world which is rated impressive and we hope to finally have almost half a 1000000 people come out to have the protest vote and let the world to know that we should not to kowtow to china absolutely but there are concerns now that given the fact that this national security law doesn't seem to dampen your movement could this backfire and could instead the authorities even crack down harder or try to
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restrict your activities and the democratic camp to these with the police try to crack down on the primary election they try to have the political center ship and to stop the campaign it's just struck them all and the whole column has come out to vote so when days suppression will have more continue fight. so the other issues even if the democratic camp which wins more the majority of the legislative council seats in september for the elections is there any real guarantee that they will be able to be effective within the government given the way we've seen things have gone been going if beijing sheers not to cancel the election on early september i'm still of the news that we can't take much royalty in the legislative council but once beijing used the national security law should stop the election or even do not recognize to resell it off the election it would just shut them all and will backfire so now it's time to encourage the global community to put hong kong election under the global spotlight when beijing hope to
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override the election results and hope that this qualified candidate we need to realize that the world is watching you have been tireless in your campaigning for democracy in hong kong but as looking in from the outside it almost seems like a losing battle so why do you keep continuing despite the fact each time you move forward it seems to have gone one step back that more restrictions fight for democracy in such uphill battle just like the battle of they fit fiscal life sometimes we might feel it difficult and also under pressure but the fret can't defeat us make us even stronger determination and just like 100000 people come out of what was it just already a lot of age you know that even they have to turn to hong kong to do an exchange on what about we've feels it and we never call it home and we never surrender. now bringing back to today and this impressive turnout we've seen why do you think that people are not concerned about the national security law right now and why are you not concerned evil constantly a lot about elections it's real including me and that's also the reason why we come
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out to vote some of my friends or some of the elderly's told me that all regionally feel weeks ago 'd that no plan to come out to vote but because of the suppression from beijing they realized it was really a critical primary election in the western world by just about the policy platform or the quality of candidate by primary election and haul it out a protest vote to beijing and realistically speaking given their reaction we've seen from the government. there are many questions about how the government is going to view this joshua thank you very much for taking the time to speak to us taking taking the time to talk to us on this very important day for you and the democratic democratic camp that's just how long there are democrats the activists in hong kong and has lobbied hard in the international community to highlights hong kong issues and fight for democracy back to you daryn all right a difficult problem there live for us in hong kong thank you for let's come here and i'll just say there including a presidential runoff in poland that could shake up its politics and affect ties with neighbors. and
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a major rise in infections doctors in panama plead for more restrictions and coronavirus cases more of that stay with us. hello the usual hot and dry conditions throughout much of the middle east to the know if you can see call it a scattering of clouds through eastern areas of turkey and for a couple of days now there's been quite a few showers they will continue to stand the full cost on sunday working the way through eastern turkey across georgia and eventually on towards the south that there were chemicals a fairly strong winds you see some slight blurring of the sand and the dust and tom it is just look at this baghdad q.a. they just fluctuate really in the low to high forty's and even a 50 celcius as we head off into monday the winds as a fairly strong through the interior will be some blowing sand and dust and feeling
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quite humid as well 42 is the high in doha on monday now down into southern africa plenty of rain through most central areas and also of course is in a fairly strong system country the fos out that is clearing out of the way on sunday plenty of rain showers the mozambique all the way through tanzania kenya up into somalia and then you'll notice just sitting here out towards the west of cape town is the next storm system and that really does begin to push in on monday again some very strong winds particular coastal areas some rough seas and some heavy amounts of rain just 15 degrees is a high temperature in cape town but warmer and drier ahead of the system imports it is about a 22. mass graves discovered. by catholic. school. people in power investigates destroyed families thousands
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of lives and still profound questions about the ties between the catholic church and the irish state. arlen's mother. welcome back a quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera millions of displaced syrians will now have only one turkish border crossing through which to receive aid that's after several attempts to keep a 2nd crossing open failed to pass of the un security council. mali's president abraham boubacar kater says he'll form a national unity government by next week it's an attempt to reduce unrest after
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several people were killed during protests calling for his resignation. and the united states reported another daily high for a new infections of cope with 19 more than 66 and a half 1000 cases were confirmed on saturday it comes as president trump has won a mosque in public for the 1st time. puerto ricans are demanding the removal of all symbols commemorating colonialism protest as wearing indigenous clothes demanded a statue of christopher columbus beat taken down along with memorials they want to rename city squares and streets puerto rico is one of many places witnessing movements to descend on the past people in poland are voting in a presidential election the runoff that could shake up its politics and affect relations with neighbors the office is largely ceremonial but the president can veto parliamentary legislation some of the a get reports. this is a stark choice for voters in poland one which will shape its identity in europe and
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the rest of the world over the rio mars this is the incumbent crowd pleaser and trade with poland's president since 2015 an independent who has the support of the ruling law and justice party is seen as a stalwart of the government's message of nationalism and conservatism his backing of only traditional families and opposition to gay marriage adoption has put him at all those with poles and others in the e.u. who fear he's taking them backwards but his populist agenda has won over many voters i think. he is a good candidate because he's a tried and true man for 5 years we know what he has done and who years and i think will be the same as in the previous term of office. under total movie that andrea do what he says he tries to carry out even if not everything can be realized at a given time he says he'll do it and he does it i trust him as
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a politician and that's the president i want my andrea do to win the opposition believe they have everything to hope for and ruffle trust of ski the male of warsaw is regarded by many as liberal tolerant outward looking and being more closely aligned with the rest of the european union and independent of the judiciary. it's ask you when this is a change itself happening here will be he will not he's not a part of the current government he thought part of the current ruling party so the situation itself having just parliaments rule. his party by the rule of law and justice party and the president from the other side of the political spectrum will bring a sense of dialogue into this country again but lack of consensus and unity among poles was so polarized about how they want poland to be seen has been demonstrated by this election. if you look at the votes of both who are in the retirement age by
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overwhelmingly vote for. these but if you look at the youngest voters very mostly vote for. politicians so it seems that in the next years justice would have or would need to change politics because otherwise we would lose support this is being seen as one of the most important elections since the fall of communism in 1989 the result of which is likely to see poland loosen all tighten its ties with its neighbors. thousands of israelis are protested in tel aviv angry at the government's handling of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic demonstrators say aid packages have been delayed and insufficient israel reimposed type restrictions early this week after the number of cases increased our force that has more from western. it's an issue of what they say is not enough government support to the people hit worst by the economic fallout of the pandemic the self-employed
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small businesses creative industries the hospitality industry the kinds of jobs which perhaps don't have the same kind of regularity and safety net of other forms of employment and i've been looking to the government for more support in the 1st wave of the pandemic there were complaints that people that felt they were entitle under the rules to certain levels of aid it just didn't come through and now they say that not enough enough is being done given the fact that we are in the midst of a 2nd wave in israel 1200 new cases reported during the course of the last day on friday benjamin netanyahu sat down with some of the groups being represented in this big protest trying to hear from them saying that he had listened to them and the support would be on the way he had just come from announcing a new round of measures including some $1700.00 every 2 months for small businesses up to a total of 144000 dollars in aid for
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a larger business is saying that people who applied in the past and haven't got their money would do so with no checks it would come through straight away but as you can see in the midst of this pandemic this 2nd wave people are just cramming into that square to say that not enough is being done governments are struggling to contain the virus as a swing through latin america in bolivia a new wave of infections is threatening to overwhelm the already fragile health care system several politicians are tested positive. funny is also struggling its government doesn't post severe confinement measures in one province a lot in america and it's in the reports. panamanians are paying a high price for having relaxed strict confinement measures that in $23.00 weeks ago seem to have corona virus infections under relative control now the infection rate in the small central american country of just over $4000000.00 people has become the highest per capita in all of latin america hospitals are on the verge of
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collapse. 1000 cases per day means that in the next few weeks we will have about 30 to 40 intensive admissions per day on a sustained basis there is no hostel that can sustain such a number of patients. there are around 44000 infections and more than 860 deaths in panama a huge number for such a small country by comparison neighboring costa rica with a similar population has fewer than 7000 cases and less than 30 deaths. panama whose famous canal joins the atlantic and pacific oceans prides itself as a country opened to the world. but residents can now barely leave their homes in panama province which includes the capital. under new lockdown rules men and women can go out on alternate days for just 2 hours a curfew is in place from 7 pm to 5 am and all day and night on sundays yet the
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curve of infections continues on its vertical rise. that i give but i know. i've been queuing for 2 hours waiting to retest is but the queue is too long and the sun is really strong that's why i'm like this with my coat over my head the sun is intense and i'm really not feeling well. the president has replaced the health minister but doctors say that's not enough they're urging the government to impose a nationwide lockdown immediately before the infection spread to every corner of the country including remote indigenous communities where health services are even less equipped to save lives you see in human al-jazeera. well a community in indonesia is banding together to support a group of wrecking the refugees they rescued people in a province towed to safety late last month and now they're looking after them just washington reports from jakarta. after experiencing prolonged horror and fear these
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were younger boys and girls might now be able to enjoy their childhood his children are taking part in a true my healing exercise safe in the indonesian province of they were at sea for months out of playing violence and poverty. and although indonesian authorities did not give them permission to disembark local people helped them ashore but we felt we were docked from hunger and thirst but the indonesian people help us and i am so grateful oh and tears are also helping the adults deal with their trauma of life in rocky state and in refugee camps in bangladesh hundreds of thousands of mainly muslim or hindu or have fled myanmar since the military crackdown began 3 years ago unable to work in bangladesh this group left to make the dangerous journey to southeast asia. with food and everything but the pain in my heart is that my family doesn't know anything if i am alive or not community groups are providing food and
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water as the un's refugee agency registers people never said we have not needed to spend money from the government because n.g.o.s and the public have been helping so much among the group 25 unaccompanied children and teenagers aged between 5 and 70 local n.g.o.s in the tray are working with the young people to reconnect them with their families the indonesian government says it's working with local authorities and community volunteers to meet the needs of the remaining a refugee. some told out 0 they never intended to reach into the asia. so the money my only hope was to meet my husband illusion. now on the lying on the decision of the indonesian government i hope they will do their best for us despite the woman these were hanging don't know what will happen to them next whether they'll be allowed to jessica washington al jazeera to counter. now
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a church organization is appealing to turkey to reverse its decision on turning the sufi him back into a mosque the world council of churches sent a letter to president saying the move will create divisions the unesco world heritage site of the museum since 1934 it was built 1500 years ago as a christian cathedral and later converted to a mosque and museum for. a quick check on the headlines here on al-jazeera millions of displaced syrians will now have only one turkish border crossing through which to receive aid that's after several attempts to keep a 2nd crossing open failed to pass at the united nations security council there's been a high turnout in hong kong for primary polls that are being held by pro-democracy parties these will decide candidates for the legislative council elections in september that vote will be the 1st as the imposition of
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a new security law by china the pro-democracy candidate joshua long told al jazeera that every vote cast is a message to beijing fight for democracy. just like the battle of life sometimes we might be difficult and also under pressure but the fret can't defeat us make us even stronger determination and just like. it just already a lot beijing you know that even they have to turn hong kong. back we've feels it. and we never surrender mali's president abraham says he'll form a national unity government it's an attempt to reduce unrest stop to several people were killed during protests calling for his resignation. the united states reported another daily hyphen ear infections of covert 19 more than 66500 cases were confirmed on saturday came as president from publicly wore a mask for the 1st time during a visit to
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a hospital governments are struggling to contain the virus as it sweeps through latin america in bolivia a new wave of infections it's threatening to overwhelm its already fragile health care system several politicians including the president of the health minister tested positive. is also struggling its government has imposed severe measures in one province to stop a jump in infections. puerto ricans are demanding the removal of old symbols commemorating colonialism protesters wearing indigenous clothes demanded a statue of christopher columbus be taken down they also want to rename city squares in streets puerto rico is one of many places witnessing movements to disown the colonial past those with the headlines the news continues on al-jazeera after people in power station council watching. the ultranationalist remarks connected with one of the world's worst humanitarian crises we don't know. if my grand
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joining with the military to impose a deadly political agenda. our nation what is happening today with. the country as a whole. this is the politics. an unholy alliance on al-jazeera. 6 years ago in ireland a secret mass grave for babies was discovered near a home for unmarried pregnant women in an institution run by roman catholic nuns to find set off a scandal that has raced deeply disturbing questions about the fate of thousands of women and children and the relationship between the catholic church and the irish state in a special 2 part investigation correspondent lawrence lee has been in search of answers.


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