Mozambique facing food crisis and humanitarian catastrophe as conflict grips northern region

Hundreds of thousands of people fleeing violence in Mozambique are on the brink of potential starvation as a deadly conflict grips parts of the country. Clashes between armed groups, terrorists and insurgents have displaced nearly 800,000 people. Antonella D’Aprile, the World Food Programme’s country director and representative for Mozambique, joins CBSN to explain the group’s latest humanitarian efforts.

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“Beyond unprecedented” extreme heat grips Pacific Northwest

CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN’s Tanya Rivero with details on the "heat dome" that’s breaking high temperature records across the Pacific Northwest, the forecast for the next few days, and the tropical system taking aim at the Southeast coast.

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Historic heat wave grips part of the West l GMA

Rob Marciano reports from Portland, Oregon, which could set an all-time record for high temperatures for the third straight day.

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Russia in grips of third COVID wave as Delta variant takes hold | DW News

Russia is in the grip of a third wave of the coronavirus that is threatening to overwhelm the country’s health service. The capital, Moscow, recorded 144 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours on Sunday – that’s the highest rate since the beginning of the pandemic. And an average 20,000 new infections are being reported across the country each day. Authorities are imposing strict new measures to counter the surge.
St. Petersburg’s city beach couldn’t be busier. With temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius, thousands of Russians have come to the Gulf of Finland to escape the hot weather – and social distancing.
Russia is in the middle of its third coronavirus wave – thanks to the rapidly spreading Delta variant. The authorities are sounding the alarm: The new mutation accounts for almost 90 percent of new cases.
Officials are talking about more than 20,000 new infections every day, most of them in Moscow. To get the situation under control, the Russian capital has reopened field hospitals and built medical stations especially for coronavirus. All hospitals are quickly being reequipped to handle COVID-19 patients.
But their main goal is to get more citizens vaccinated against COVID-19. Russia was the first country in the world to get a vaccine to market – with Sputnik Vee. So far, however, only 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated. The government wants that to change – by decree. From now on, all companies in Moscow must have at least 60 percent of their workforce vaccinated.
Restaurants are still open, if only until 11 p.m. But in the future, only people who have been vaccinated, or who have a medical certificate showing they have recovered, or who have a negative PCR test, will be allowed to eat there. They will have to scan a QR code issued by the Moscow health authority.
That means all service-sector employees have to get the jab. Anyone who refuses will be fired. Those who take part will be rewarded.
But even these unprecedented measures are a far cry from the tough lockdown the government imposed last year as infections began to rise. Virologists say it’s a case of too little, too late – and that the third wave could be Russia’s most devastating yet.
DW’s Juri Rescheto reports.

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Photographer Captures New York City In The Grips Of The Pandemic

Photographer Mark Seliger has released the new book ‘The City That Finally Sleeps,’ which is a collection of photographs taken during the coronavirus pandemic. All proceeds from the sale of this book will support New York Cares in their Covid-19 relief efforts. Seliger joins Morning Joe to discuss.

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Western US in grips of hottest, driest summer in 1000 years | DW News

It may be the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, but for some 50 million people in the US summer has arrived early and hotter than ever before. In just the last week, high temperature records have been shattered all across the western half of the US.
Salt Lake City, Utah, just saw its hottest day since record keeping began in 1870. 107 degrees Fahrenheit. 42 degrees Celsius. Wyoming also saw new records. In Nevada, Las Vegas continues to flirt with its all-time high of 47 degrees Celsius. But the US city melting most is Phoenix, Arizona, which just set an all-time record of five consecutive days of 115 degrees or higher. That is 46 degrees Celsius.
The heat is making severe droughts across the western US go from bad to worse. The federal government is already planning to declare an official water shortage at Lake Mead in August. Lake Mead’s waters power Hoover Dam. As of last week, Lake Mead’s water level is at a record low, and there is n .relief in sight.
The Western US is in what scientists describe as a climate-change induced megadrought. Some even say this summer could be the hottest and driest in a millennium. And less water means more fire.
2020 saw a record number of wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington. 2021 is expected to be worse.

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Heat Wave Grips Western US As Tropical Storm Claudette Drenches Southeast

The western half of the United States is experiencing a record-breaking heat wave, with 30 million Americans under an excessive heat advisory due to triple-digit temperatures. Meanwhile, tropical storm Claudette is still pounding parts of the South, causing flooding and a tornado. NBC News’ Steve Patterson reports for Sunday TODAY. 

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Diamond rush grips village in South Africa | DW News

More than a thousand fortune seekers have flocked to a small village in South Africa’s province of Kwa Zulu Natal to search for diamonds.
The rush comes after a herder discovered what he believes to be a quartz crystal. The government has sent mining experts to assess the findings.
DW correspondent Adrian Kriesch went to KwaHlathi, about 250km from Durban, to do some digging.

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‘Diamond rush’ grips South African village

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