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ah, what is true of saying it doesn't matter. the only criteria is worked. we'll hook people. we should light on the opaque world who's behind benefits. and why are they a threat to us all opaque worlds this week on d. w. bmw? ah ah, this is d w. news ally from berlin. britain's health service starts to buckle under the pressure of rapidly spreading amok on infections. as of the u. k. records more
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covert related deaths than any other country in europe. 200 soldiers have been sent to help fill staffing shortages in london hospitals. also coming up kazakstan begins to assign blame after dozens are killed in the worse violence and decades. the government says it has now we gain control following widespread protests. and cameron gets ready to host the africa cup of nations. the continents premier international football competition. ah a michael ok welcome. the number of confirmed debts from corona virus infections in the u. k. has topped a 150000. it's the highest recorded debt toll in any european nation. as the total of our micron cases in the u. k. surges ever higher. the health care system is at
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full stretch. ambulance is waiting to deliver patients to a hospital in north london. there's no space inside because all the beds are occupied by cove at 19 sufferers. i lose my thinking the accident school of providence st. maybe an an hour. i mean, it's frustrating because i want to go in there. britain's hospitals are under pressure from record numbers of omicron infections around one in 15 people in england are thought to have cov, at 19 in london. the ratio is even higher award. oh, i could be 5 bedroom born, which was born plus bed during the palm to make to look after patient medical way. currently, alabama ward is fuller and it's full of it alterations, medical reg, most of those needing hospital treatment have not been vaccinated against the corona vice. this woman now wishes she had been i should have been sent home. what,
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how many friends, what everybody else has had? it was just me. did you feel like you were going to die? i did my from terrify before i even got here at home. when the ambulance came home, i was on my last breath. my oxygen was below 70. yes. hi. how hobbles quite close today? many blame those who for whatever reason have not had the vaccine. what they don't understand is that they, it isn't just a question to protect themselves that being selfish because they're taking up beds that need not be taken up. and that is putting more pressure on the health service staff shortages are a big problem. many doctors and nurses are off sick with the virus themselves. some hospitals have had to call in the army to pluck the gap left by absent medical workers. but there are signs of hope. health authorities say the number of omicron infections in london may now be passed its peak. for more,
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let's bring in our correspond charlotte shell, some pill in london. charlotte, 150000 lives lost, recovered 19. how are people reacting to this? clearly a very from the milestone here in the u. k. and of course there are different ways of measuring this death tall one, suggesting that it could in fact, even higher clearly extremely tragic, this milestone now the prime minister has really sustained on twitter. he said that korean virus is taken what he called a terrible hold on our country. he said each and every one of those who died as a profound belong to the families, friends and communities affected, and he took them, i meant to really stress how getting the job getting the 1st and 2nd vaccine is really the pop out of this pandemic. now that has, of course,
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been criticism that through the course of the pandemic, over the government handling of this crisis and a spokesperson for the campaign group, bereaved families, the justice which supports families who lost loved ones to cove. it has been very critical of this milestone. they said that in public inquiry into the government handling of the pandemic cannot come soon enough of this questioning, surely as the country is also combating wave of all micron infections. how are hospitals coping? there's no doubt that the hell service is on the immense pressure. at the moment, hospital hospitalizations and fatalities have started rising here and was very clear as they were already dealing with a backlog. the effects of months of this pandemic with hospitalizations, now rising when to pressures and crucially stuff absence is fueled by this on the crohn variant. this is
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a critical time for the health service. at the moment. as you mentioned, dahlia here in london, the military, 200 military personnel has been sent in to try and support the health services. of course, that will do not compensate with the sheer number of staff who are absent. why slicing and, you know, as we heard in the report, authorities are hopeful because they believe all mcroy infections may be passed for their peak. how would they get to that conclusion? specifically? it is extremely early days for that last week. we still record case numbers over 200000 here in the u. k. the last couple of days have seen a bit of a dip on that extremely high figure. but as i say very early days to be saying that the u. k is past the peak, you have to look at this regionally, of course, here in london, perhaps case numbers aren't as high as they were. all the parts of the country. they all going off and help experts advisors to the government. the want to what we
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will be particularly crucial is what needs to be seen. a reduction in cases in all age groups. take any old age groups who we know most vulnerable to this virus. that's a show that show some pills in london for us. many thanks. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world. footage has emerged of tennis, star, novak jock of edge, at a public event. on the same day, he says he tested positive for coven 19 last month. the world number one wants a medical exemption to play in the australian open. he's being held in melbourne after his visa was cancelled due to his vaccine stanish. thousands of protesters if marched in cities across germany, calling for an end to restrictions against those unvaccinated against the crone of irons. the rallies come as politician step up measures the slow, the spread of the comic on varian and made a sharp rise in new cases,
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albanian police abuse tear gas in water cannon to disperse hundreds of protesters after they broke into the headquarters of the main opposition party. center right, democratic party is in the midst of an internal power struggle. a group loyal to hampstead leader, sally parisha, wants to remove the current party, had the james web space telescope has completed its deployment phase, as it continues its journey to which orbital point more than a 1000000 kilometers from the earth launched into space by nasa 2 weeks ago the most powerful telescope ever built horse will help explore the origins of the universe. the situation in cossacks stands that largest city jamante is reported to be calm but tense after violence. this week, the death toll from the unrest remains unclear. the interior ministry says more than 5000 people were arrested troops from
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a russian lad security alliance continue to enter the country after appeals for help from the president and local people are facing an uncertain future. a desperate white for news that had our mighty morgue. dozens of people line up, many of them for their loved ones died on january 6th. the worst die of a bloody wake in kaz extends lodge, a city, another q. and now mighty this one for bread. many stores had to close during the unrest in recent days. people are running out of food. good was to have other stores the one over there and another further up the road has been closed since yesterday. but people need to eat something that government piece back in control of downtown almighty bit days approaches. i'm looting. have scave the city as demonstrate is let out their anger at decades of authoritarian rule, destroying the softness of the ruling party. the unrest
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frightened many in the city. some welcome the army on the straits of with it and the restore. a feeling of security to people give us the sense that we're on a way out of this. when things are gradually getting back to normal. pretty much give me a window, but no malady doesn't look like this. elsewhere in the city, the government continues what it calls an anti terror operation. it's determined to put down opposition whether it comes from violent all peaceful protesters. they haven't been listening to the people as a politician once said, if there's no chance of the peaceful revolution, they'll be an armed one. as the situation worse, and people rush to flee kazakhstan, some here in the north, and many more in the south. me are marty. they're frightened by the situation in
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the city. one of them says it's as if the war has already arrived. ah, german football news now, bruce, your dort been took advantage of league leaders by an unix unexpected slip up against glock on friday by beating entre frankfurt to put themselves back in the title grace. but as is so often the case, stuart men did it in the hard way. dockman aren't short of superstars yet time after time, season after season, they've let borne out of jail. so it was no surprise when frankfort took an early lead. there were just 60 minutes on the clock. when raphael bray made at one mill keeper grig coble. miss dawkins last came through illness and the swiss international was caught cold here. more heartless, defending 100 maria seconds. just 9 minutes later. why dorman?
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skipper markle royce was trying to more pop in his own box is anyone's guess. and the re took full advantage to know the halftime score. dorman had to rule up their sleeves, but when they eventually pulled one back through sub token, us are and 71 minutes. it seemed to have come too late. but perhaps this team does have the guts required for a title dog fight. jude bellinger made it to 2 with 3 minutes to go. and then monkwood da who'd spot to jubilation in the black and yellow ranks. the german international curling in the winter with just a minute left. emotions were still bubbling at full time. but darkman coach michael rosa looked the calmest man in the stadium as he made off with 3 precious points. while the 33rd africa cup of nations
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gets under way later today in cameron, the year's 1st major football tournament has strict grown a virus protocols to navigate. all spectators must be fully vaccinated and showed negative pcr tasks. despite the restrictions, the home team known as the indomitable lions will naturally have the biggest fan base. they're hosting the tournament for the 1st time in 50 years. i maroni and they're already dancing in the straits. the spirit of football is an air. and everywhere you look, the horse nations flag is sure to be seen. and local fans hope the indomitable ask on windows 6 african title on home soil. dana, marcia, i am very proud of the work my country is put into hosting the tourney. me? yes, you've lemme after a very long time, let me like i look, i'm only purely lonely. that was a good my hope is that everything goes well, no, me a guy, me the best team when and that we have a beautiful celebration, jo, commodity. but the last time the host had a tournament back in 1972,
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the phil to win. however, striker eric madison chuckle martine hopes they can make fans happy. of course, it's an honor to play, to play the missions come at home when he is a special thing, of course for the whole nation ma'am, ma'am. you want to throw as far as possible. it's clear we have women who have a good team, are big national people in africa and them. threshold isn't the most successful country in the history of the tournament? is egypt with 7 titles, followed by cameron's 5 and defendant champions, algeria have won it twice. led by manchester cities re at marez. the foxes have not lost their game since november 2018 and recently won the era quote. while extend india on beat history. the 24 teams are being drawn into 6 groups. the top 2 teams from each group along with the 4 best turd plays teams
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are guaranteed a spot in the last 16 and over. and we'll hope that the next 4 weeks of football go without a hitch. as it puts on a show for the walled to remember you watching d w news. here's a reminder of the top story we're following for you at this hour. the u. k. records 850000 covey. 19 linked debts more than any other country in europe. soldiers have been drafted in to help london hospitals struggling with staff 4 digits. that's all the news for now. up next world stories of the world in reports. a michael oak who inver land for me in the entire news team here. thanks for watching. my 1st vice i was a sewing machine.


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