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as images from the town of forward younger sho, building off to building disjoint and as we reach further for the stars, a marked increase in satellite just means clearly seeing the skies is becoming appropriate. ukrainian city of butcher has been at the center of alleged atrocities carried out by russian forces for days. now. the killings have joined widespread condemnation from around the world. and now even more footage has emerged warning that viewers will find the pictures in andrew chehalis report. disturbing bodies weren't just left in the streets with the ship as ukrainian troops and police investigators go house to house. they find many more victims in boucher charred remains, piled on top of each other. it's horrible. you see it's just 6 bodies
here. and that house. you can see maybe 3 and that house it's maybe one body. it's shot, it was shot and learned of a whole town. a suburb with keith is now a crime. scene. witnesses say russian troops became stuck in the town due to ukrainian resistance and went on a killing spree. natalie alexson drove us as russian soldiers checked her nephews phone before taking him away. his remains. we recently discovered no really one i didn't like his lowest moab and yellowstone he was probably killed on the 8th of march. he was lying all this time in the basement that his body was found 4 days ago, and we buried him. he was shot in the ear, pete was till him book. pictures released by the cranium military show what appears
to be a torture chamber. in another basement where people were hand cupped and shot while on their knees. as residents returned home confirmation that multiple family members are gone, he recover look, found 3 bodies in her yard. one is her brother, another her husband. the scenes from boucher appear on russian state television on the okay. and what i found that viewers are told ukrainian nazis carried out the killing is the young provocation that i need. i am with the child. waco, with a lot of these are fake atrocities which the russian army was immediately accused of. and western media began to repeat the accusation with the symbol, tammy eslie and without a break for sleepy. it's me want to boat sales, psychological self defense. when i ordered the russians, ah, brought the other themselves up from what i goes absolutely games they believe. what should force them to think about their own leadership?
what criminals that the nap when you minute, every gruesome discovery and newspaper headline now used to feed the war machine and give you the blame game aside. the fear remains that the scenes in boucher are being repeated in towns and cities across ukraine was enter chappelle. what al jazeera, what ukraine's president has told the un security council that should expel russia or shot its doors the limits. lensky is demanding accountability for moscow's alleged war crimes in his country. a warning, this report from kristen salumi contains graphic images view as may find distressing. ukraine's president addressed the security council on the heels of his visit to boucher vladimir lansky called for the united nations to hold russia accountable for war crimes saying it's credibility is at stake. typically, when does a great deal, ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to shut down the un?
do you believe that the times of international law have passed away? if your answer is no, the actions are needed now on immediate actions are needed. the un charter must get its force back again immediately. the un system must be reformed immediately, so that the right of the veto will not become the right of death. jubilant he told of horrors at the hands of russian troops, including women being raped and killed in front of families. people in cars being run over by tanks. and he showed grisly images of dead bodies and civilian clothes laying in the streets. but russia insisted, the images were staged with nubian brothers as columbia, and we are not shooting against civilian targets in order to save as many civilians as possible. again, precisely why were not advancing as fast as many expected were not acting like americans and their allies in iraq and syria raising entire cities to the ground. they have no pity for them, but we felt great pity because these people are close to us. let the united states
con for russia's removal from the human rights council, which has begun a commission of inquiry in ukraine. given the growing mountain of evidence, russia should not have a position of authority in a body whose purpose, his very purpose is to promote respect for human rights. not only as, as the height of hypocrisy, it is dangerous. the un secretary general warned that the rising cost of food and fuel as a result of the crisis carried $74.00, developing nations, particularly vulnerable. we are already seeing some countries war from vulnerability into crazes and signs of serious social unrest. the flames of conflict are fooled by inequality deprivation and then the fundings. with all the warning sign, all signals flashing graves, we have a duty to act. un officials pointed to growing evidence of potential war crimes, primarily by russia, and called for an independent investigation. russia pointed to the united states
and its refusal to take part in investigation of its own soldiers in afghanistan, and showed no signs of cooperating. kristin salumi al jazeera, the united nations, nato's secretary general, has described the pictures of bodies in boucher as unbearable. he says the alliance with back an investigation to accusations that russia had committed war crimes. this is unbearable brutality that europe has not witnessed him in many decades. targeting and murdering civilians is a war crime. all the facts must be established and all those responsible for these atrocities must be brought to justice. after the horrors seen in the town of butcher, it was fear. the worse could be found in the nearby town of borough the anchor. in
recent days, more disturbing images have come out of areas and towns on the outskirts of keys, including a pen and boucher further to the north west images. out of borrowed the anchor on tuesday show building after building destroyed ukrainian, prosecutor general said it had the most victims of any of the towns in the key of province that had been re captured from the russians. but she did not give any numbers after russian withdrawal from the regions around the ukrainian capital, keith, the degree of destruction, is becoming apparent. esl soda has visited part of the younger one of the towns recently taken by ukrainian forces. natalia and her husband are finally moving back into their home when you're not long ago, there was russian artillery all around here and the scores from the fight him
remain early and you move it on back up with when the russian troops came in, they had to move their entire life into this basement. while they're there, waiters for one longmont, you know how we folly even which grandma and each time they had to emerge together essentials, they put their lives at risk to talk. associates is on this m. walker. i had to walk out to bring my neighbor milk than a russian soldier, asked me where my husband is. i told him my husband cannot walk, then he says, come out into the road and points a rifle at me and speaks through the radio. the response on the radio was this is not ha and he laughed as i walked back to the basement. i was trembling with the town of bro junker was taken by the russian forces on the 28th of february, the 50 off the war as a strategic town that leads to the ukrainian capital keith. it was called in the crossfire of heavier armed forces from both sides. oh you are you thought, oh,
this is the russian forces left this town. the scale of destruction is just now being revealed. as it came into bull junko have seen many buildings heavily shelled and the court loves or taught to see people still remain beneath the rubble and the residence we have spoken to say they have lived in terror. svetlana is one of many who lost loved ones in this town. the night her neighbor's house was attacked, her brother died. v, atlanta tells us he was scared to death. but liz opened his albany, you insoluble, and when will you to does my brother was paralyzed on the 22nd of march, the neighbor's house exploded me had a heart attack and died. it was, it would be be livable to suit the risk of having a proper funeral was too great that people had to bury the dead in their backyards washes away. i mean them, i, you look, this is my neighbor. his family is not here, but he was shot, and this is where he was buried because she takes us to the makeshift gray wolf.
her brother v. atlanta says, now she must give her brother a proper burial. but as she agrees his loss, she also faces an uncertain future wrestles, said that al jazeera bro junker, or millions of ukrainians have fled to europe since the war began. families forced to leave or looking for ways to keep their children connected to the home they have left behind. vinton monahan has more. ha, this saturday school in vienna used to cater to the city, small ukrainian diaspora here. children can learn the full curriculum all in their native language. but now tens of thousands cleaned the war, are seeking sanctuary in austria. and the school is struggling to meet demand and growth, the gilman barbie's a sooner when the was started, the number of children here, treble in, just to weeks us get it. so now we have 700 new children,
so nearly 1000 altogether. now we have to have a waiting list. her, you know, numbers aren't the only challenge. many of these children who witnessed the horrors of war yet, cummins is, is a big challenge for us because we don't know exactly how best to respond to each of them. we don't know how much they've seen, who is seen a lot of all and who's only seen a bit. and which of the children are experiencing problems because of stress and gas. we don't know which children can do a lot of learning and which children need lots of plate time to be listened to. to have their emotional needs met. despite these difficulties, the school is proving a valuable lifeline for those fleeing the conflict. children here are taking comfort in the familiar as they find their feet in a foreign land. they don't afraid because they realize that here is ukrainian children, ukrainian teachers. so and they,
they feel comfortable here. many of these children will be moving on in the coming weeks and months. they'll find a more permanent refuge in germany and other parts of europe. but at this school, for now, at least they can enjoy a small slice of the home they've left behind than the mountain al jazeera. still ahead on the al jazeera, we report from peru where the president lifted a curfew within 24 hours of who drinking and surrogate mothers and cambodia say they're being unfairly targeted. ah, he has begun the. the full world cup is on its way to cattle. whoop, your travel package today. a heat wave watch has been upgraded to a heat wave alert. hello everyone. this is for the northwest indian state of
rochester, as those temperatures cross 40 degrees, some thunder storms for the western gods. this includes for go our karnataka into cadillac on show you around the bay of bengal because what weather through the malay peninsula, it's pulsing further toward the west for the south bay of bengal. it's eventually gonna run into sri lanka, so we've got several days of unsettled weather here. now for bangladesh, the far north east of india still some damp conditions, but not as stormy as it has been. as those winds off the bare bengal relax. so they're not fueling the storms as much as we had toward southeast asia. the northeast monsoon still doing its thing, striking us with what weather for northern central parts of the philippines, coastal areas of vietnam, but striped with some solid bands of rain at fort southern sections around which human city dry and bangkok though with a hive $34.00 degrees temperatures have come up southern china, hong kong at $28.00 degrees, but central areas is while we're above average. but meanwhile, there's been a big drop in beijing such as 15 degrees. we've got some cloud covered there as
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ah, you're watching, i'll just a reminder of our top story. this ukraine's president has totally un security council that should expel russia or disband baltimore lensky said the world has yet to learn the full truth of russia's and there's war crimes in his country. the european union has announced it will hold all fossil fuel imports from russia, but it did not give a specific date around a 150 russian diplomats have been expelled by in countries. in the past, 2 days more dead bodies have been discovered in the ukrainian town of butcher associated press. journalists have seen 6 burnt bodies, lying on a st. others were found in the round people's houses. israel has condemned russia if what it calls war crimes in ukraine is the strongest criticism yet from prime minister natalia bennett's coalition government,
which has been wary of criticizing moscow while foreign minister. yep. he'd made the comment swell, meeting with his greek counterpart in athens to the wrong. so love the famous and severely the images in testimony from ukraine are horrific. russian forces committed war crimes, against the defenseless civilian population. i strongly calmed them. war crimes these war in recent weeks, israel has been on high alert off to 11 people were killed in a series of attacks. tensions have continued into the muslim holy month of ramadan . john homan has more from occupied east jerusalem has been tensions and even scuffles and a rest here where we are now at the damascus gate. over the last couple of nights since ramadan, the admitted the muslim holy month begun, you can see here was error. israeli security forces and they've actually just
been clearing out the area around the gate and you can see more of them the about to come in now and then there are fireworks and things like that. are going all fear around, but oh, so there is a tense atmosphere you can see them coming past us now because in as little millennium, every year in ramadan, we got here on the steps on the evening. pres, we sit here, happy. we sing, we eat the occupations, i'd like to see us happy, they come and start to beat us and to beat our mothers and assist is it's a shame. we saw 3 people being detained. you'll see one in our pitches now, but in general it's been the quietest night here outside of the damascus gate since ramadan begun. and it seems that neither b, israeli government, nor the palestinian leadership, are interested in escalating things at this point. but this is an area where
muslims gather after evening, prayer in it, occupied east to slim. and it does often become a flash point with israeli security forces. and ramadan still has almost a month until it finishes. we've also the jewish holiday of pass over coming up. so he's ready. security forces are going to remain on hiler. surrogate mothers in cambodia say they're being unfairly targeted. surrogacy has been illegal since 2016, but acts of a say that the mothers are faced the full force of the law rather than the organizers of commercial celibacy schemes. 20 chang met one surrogate mother in cambodia is capital young. a mother watches her son in the back yard of a humble home. but look, a little closer will live terms. the boy has light skin and like his mother, his hair dyed with ink is naturally blonde. the bond between them is tight,
but they share no genetic routes. his mother was a surrogate. she suspects his genetic parents, a european, but she doesn't know well that her listen, i tell him, it is not something i can high. right. i tell him i did said okay, see because i needed money, but i don't know if he's picking me or had me, i guess. no, no. oh no. yeah. but motherhood was unexpected. she tells me. instead of receiving a $10000.00 fee and handing the baby over, she and $31.00 other women were arrested vaughan then says she had unknowingly been part of a commercial surrogacy scheme declared illegal in 2016. when discovered she was charged with human trafficking and arrested. this is the hospital where 32 surrogate mothers were detained, some for as long as 7 months and only allowed to go home. once they given birth, the 32 women were charged with trafficking because their unborn children were due
to be handed over to couples overseas. the government, however, accepts no responsibility for the children welfare despite the unexpected burden on the mother's frequency is not the car. that was selling under may be visible. it's not our task to responsible for assisting them. and during that time of raising their own children, campaign is opposing human trafficking. fear that by criminalizing the mothers, rather than the organizers, the trade in unborn babies has just gone under ground. how come to, can you another country, or that became what ian, who went to another county for doing this way? because because the government has been working very thick on that a. so i think that even though now you don't have exactly information about a service in case you haven again and again,
it's time for von vin to go to work. she can't afford not to the child to raise her son doesn't want to let her go. but she knows her mother's work is never done. and he's now left to be raised in a very different community. from the one his biological parents had in mind. tony cheng l to 0, cambodia with just a few days of campaigning before the 1st round of the friendship presidential elections. polls suggest the race is tightening, present. manual micron reminds the favorite to win, but support for far right can. we're in the pen appears to be on the rise. i crohn is also facing a challenge from the far left and thought about the reports from mil. oh, middle school is one of france's best known politicians. anthony re orita and former trotsky east. the far left party leaders spend years on the margins of french politics, but middle shores, fortunes are changing. opinion polls suggest he could make it to the 2nd round of
the presidential election at a rally and neil, he said, if elected it end inequality, fight, climate change and tackle the cost of living crisis. law junior good in new york, lost millions of french people are being strangled by the rising cost of living and fuel prices, millions of french people. so the role of those you lead the nation is to fix this war. now so supporters say he's the antithesis of emmanuel my call. mental shore once nicknamed the president of the rich i. it's been a difficult 5 years for many people. so as far as i'm concerned, we can't relax manual michael was helping me awful. i counted, milan, shaw, embodies anti capitalism. pro worker's rights were seek a factory, shutting and france. we want a strong europe, good and melancholy. the only one with answers about the disorder. one of the main reasons i lost i was doing so well in this presidential election is because france traditional leveling socialist party is doing better. for decades,
the socialist party was a political force that created presidents. but the arrival of the centrist macro in 2017 and to shift among voters to the political right has left the socialist party in tatters and his presidential candidate on it. i'll go floundering in the polls. the socialist party still has local or mayors, but on the national level, it has lost in the appeal because it's lost a program, it's loss ideas. it lost the battle of ideas and, and also launch presidency is seen in its legacy as a moment of weakness. in terms of ideas, in terms of proposals, in terms of also answers to the problems of globalization, of the changes in the society. with most policies on the left, including the green, trailing in the poles, men also is expected to reap the majority of left wing votes. few people expect him
to win the presidency, but making it past the 1st round could signal that frances left is ready for a revival. it's actually butler al jazeera, peruse the president has lifted the curfew just a day or 2. he ordered the police to enforce it every day. the sometimes violent protests against the rising cost of living demonstrators ignore the curfew and confronted police on essential has the latest from the capital. will thousands of peruvians have come to the center of russia 1st, a curfew. the president posted the middle of the night for nearly 24 hours, which was listed a while ago under the pressure of people saying we're saying that he could not with people's liberties. now, people anyway, define the curfew. they came out to the center of the fifty's and clashed with
police. are they were 1st got the 1st not very close to congress were put these was it was securing the area. and president, you had gone to speak to wall makers about what he was going to do about the crisis that is ongoing in the country. there's been close tested for nearly a week and problems in the one that you especially were 4 people were killed. and then both of us have begun to expand and on monday they began in the now were protested blocked highways. they clashed with police, they walk and burn tires is toe and all the blocking of the highways house calls in the last few days who shortages and people are protesting. not only because of that, but because the prices you will have gone high,
are the prices of fertilizers having 3 times and agriculture, of farmers need this for agriculture. so people are very angry and they lane everything on the president. just, you know, people have been protesting here at the center of the capital. well, least wild police have been responding with your guys. we've seen peaceful protests protesters, many older men and women, and a lot of children and people who had to run away from the fewer gas afraid that they would get hit while they're still a lot of testers near the presidential palace, which is completely surrounded by police they're trying to get pulled by for should they won't be allowed. but many people are saying that is these protests will continue. and that's, this is only just the beginning of peruvians demanding that the has only been 9 months in office resign. last month ukraine received help
from ticket c o l and musk to provide satellite internet to the war torn country. but astronomers are complaining about light pollution produced by communication satellites. as our latin america editor lucio newman reports from northern chile. satellite interference has become a particularly big problem. when you gaze at the sky, you're likely not only seeing stars, but increasingly low earth orbit satellites. there's so many, they often look like a moving glittering train. closer to earth children at this primary school in north central chile are enjoying the benefits. if they don't 1 august of the manual, the seller school was one of hundreds that had limited or no access to the internet until it acquired starling high speed satellite connection. you won't ante on the cliff. it's an incredible change in terms of what we can do in class. now it's a very important educational tool, not just for us,
but all schools. latoya qualen to store link is ellen masks latest aerospace manufacturing project, along with rival services such as jeff bezos, amazon. it aims to provide high speed internet to the most remote corners of the globe. where connectivity is difficult or impossible actually was the 1st latin american country to license at services. what's not visible is the starling satellite that makes all this technology possible. so far there are $1500.00 of them out there, an outer space. but the company has been authorized to place as many as 12000 in the next 5 years. and that's the trouble. the satellites are competing with another scientific wonder, modern astronomy. the world's largest telescope, the e l t, is been built in northern chile, which will soon house 70 percent of the world's astronomical infrastructure. but
astronomers say light pollution and frequencies generated by low orbit satellites are interfering with all important observations of other planets. but what has to happen to you to be able to cursor together is communication and collaboration. if we don't talk to each other, we're not going to rit agreements. but mr. chavarria argues that observatories are just as necessary as internet from outer space a. we are going to be able to see if those plans have oxygen. for example, if there is any chance that may be some kind of life in those planets. and we're given those 1st steps into looking for future homes for humanity. united states office for our space affairs is working on rules for frequencies and coordinates to create a global system for sharing outer space for the benefit of all of those on earth, black, large and small. to see a newman al jazeera when it.
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