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ah, be allah gas at frankfurt, airport city managed by frappe waterloo. ah ah ah! this is d w. news live from building a fresh pushed for diplomacy to prevent
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a war in europe. i made fears a by russian invasion and ukraine. the u. s. a night off of more dialogue, not concessions to moscow security demands. the kremlin says it's views on the crisis. have been disregard. also coming up with germany, marks holocaust remembered. stay with the ceremony in millions of jews and other minorities were murdered during world war 2. in nazi run, did caps, accountability of the catholic clergy, sex abuse scandal in the city. a recent report for former post vanity for filing to take action against pitfall, priest. while he was the archbishop and the 7 time champions of the africa cup of nations. no, just to, to turn to when it's all on the line. my salad, the liverpool star helped agent move through the quarter finals of africa's biggest football
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awe. i'm anthony, how this could have you with us? russia says it will consider an offer from the us for more dialogue over the ukraine crisis, but insists its views have been disregarded. the u. s. a. nato had formerly rejected moscow. sweeping security demands refusing, among other things to rule out future night membership. if you crime in recent wakes, russia has masked some 100000 troops near its border with ukraine stirring fees of an attack. a military exercise on the ukrainian border. russia is flexing its muscles while washington has handed over of written response to moscow's demand or response to russia. reflects what i said in heave berlin and geneva. last week. we're open to dialogue. we prefer diplomacy and we're prepared
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to move forward. where there is the possibility of communication cooperation. if russia deescalate it's regression toward ukraine, stop the inflammatory rhetoric and approaches, discussions about the future security in europe. in a spirit of reciprocity, our responses were fully coordinated with ukraine and our european allies and partners with whom we've been consulting continuously for weeks. the response was delivered personally bother you are some placid or to russia. moscow, once nato, to close its doors to ukraine, something washington is firmly opposed to. nato has also sent a written reply rejecting moscow's demands while we are hoping for our working for a good solution. the escalation, we also prepared for worst under their, for in parallel with our efforts on the dialogue track. and we are also,
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i'm increasing the redness. our forces are on a dollars have also increased her. the preston sir, partly to conduct surveillance to monitor, to have the best possible picture all the developments, sir, in, in, in their under crane, but also to broad a reassurance sir to, to our allies in paris. there was diplomacy as a lower level. the no monday format brought germany, france, russia, and ukraine together for another round of talks or so fog vinson over. the very fact that the work of enormity format has resumed is a very positive signal, like we had really very comprehensive talks voe. they weren't easy. let's call it a key, an audit of where we are today. why and when la sherwood near us,
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the next meeting will take place soon, maybe even in 2 weeks. and it will take place in berlin. we agreed to continue our dialogue, lodging. it showed yellow as the u. s. than its allies. russell with rushes, demands, and frosty atmosphere spreads along you kinds border. let's bring in correspondent emily sherwin in moscow at a time. emily, the kremlin, is comparing current tensions to those of the cold war to we take it from that, that the us, the night a response to russia's demands haven't gone down to well in moscow. well, i think what we've seen today from the kremlin is a bit of a mixed response. i would say that there hasn't been some of the outrage in the rhetoric that we've heard. in the past. the kremlin said that putin kremlin spokesperson, rather saw that they said that putin has seen the u. s. and the nato response,
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and that he would hold consultations and respond at a later date. it seems that the kremlin wants to take some time over that response . they pointed out that actually nato and the u. s. took around a month over a month, in fact, to respond to russia's demands. but also, of course, you know, the u. s. and nato here, yesterday, rejecting russia's main demand for a stop to nato's eastern expansion. the kremlin today said, you know, that their views are not being taken into account, but i think that, that responds with hardly a surprise for russia. they, i think, went into these conversations about security guarantees. essentially, knowing that the west could never agreed to no further. nato expansion towards the east, and they've been hearing that in the last few weeks in various rounds of talks from various western officials. i think the strategy going into this was really to play
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a high stakes game of poker. almost a bargain, a little bit too high and see what they can get from the west. the only question is now, you know, with the main demand from the russian decide side not being fulfilled by the west. what can they do to basically not lose faith. yeah, that's right, and the next question being what comes now the world white similarly, does this make a russian incursion, more or less likely? well, the fact that the kremlin said, you know, we're going to take our time, makes it seem like they're not going to take any rash decisions when it comes to military action. the kremlin spokesperson me to be at school today. also talked about the possibility of further dialogue. he talked about the fact that the blink and the u. s. secretary of state and the for the rest important minister said to gala off had said that they might hold further talks. he also didn't exclude the possibility of talks on the presidential level. and of course, you know,
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in the next 2 weeks, there will be further talks in the normandy format on ukraine, in berlin as well. so it does seem like the russian side is open to keep talking and wants to keep talking. they are though very firmly, leaving the military threat on the table. it seems with upcoming military exercises in bel with bella. ruth joint military exercises. and i think the strategy there is to essentially keep the pressure on by, by not withdrawing troops so that they can keep talking and get what they want or as much of what they, what they want as possible. emily sure. when in moscow, many things are right. let's get you up to speed now. and some of the other stories making headlines today badly needed. international aid has been delivered to the pacific island nation of tongue vessels from australia, britain and china has now arrived, bringing water from basic medical and sanitation supplies. the island kingdom was
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devastated by another, bought a volcanic eruption, and sue nami. 2 weeks ago. it destroyed villages and knocked out communications. interest rights in the united states could soon be on the way up. in march, the federal reserve is expected to raise the cost of borrowing for the 1st time in nearly 2 years and wind down its asset purchasing program. that could help slow down inflation, which is running. it's fast us right in for decades. germany is seen another record number of need to run of ours infections. the countries disease control center, the rubber coke institute, registered more than 203000 new cases in a single 24 hour period that some 70000 more than the same time last week. experts say the increase has been driven largely by the on from various the german parliament has marked holocaust remembrance day with a special ceremony. ah,
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moon. one of the guest speakers was 87 year old holocaust survivor anger alba. she described her traumatic childhood in the to these inch that concentration camp and urged unity in the face of hatred. the speaker of the israeli parliament also addressed lawmakers remembered stay marks the more than 75 years ago when 7 soviet troops liberated the auschwitz concentration camp, millions of jews and other minorities were ultimately murdered in the holocaust. that a political editor near the corner is at the bonus tag, mikayla the ceremony has just ended. what impressions do you take with you? well, it was a very song, but also a very emotional commemoration we saw in our bah,
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after she basically called on anti semitism to be seen as a disease that needs to be treated. that needs to be cured very fast. that she basically called for young people to unite. she said, all children in the world are her children. she lives in new york. it is next to muslims as well. so she stands in for tolerance. at the very end, she said that dream must never be lost again of peace, of the peaceful togetherness. and then you could see the germans speaker, parliament, also the israeli speak of parliament. vicki levy who was there embrace of both torn between corona restrictions and the very human need to really and do this moment. dustin, she also had a brute with her, which of a butterfly she said that reminds have one half 1000000 children that lost their lives in the hollow core. so it was a telling reminder that our wits may be over,
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but it doesn't leave the victims. it doesn't leave the perpetrators in terms of their responsibility for the future. we also heard mickey levy call on germany and israel to work together to stand in for their common values and to also stand in for democracy. so a very emotional moment, a historic moment, but also paul pointing towards responsibility for the future that both countries or countries there mikaela cove. now our chief political editor, many things many holocaust survivors who are still alive to they were children. at the time they were imprisoned. they w mid up with one woman held in germany's bergen belsen cap. she endured unspeakable horrors, but remains determined to bear witness. i should warn you that our next report contains graphic images that some viewers my fond to study. gone to the
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barracks, the bodies, the lice and the disease. but even nature can not fully reclaim this site. because for now, some a still passing on what they know. the 1st thing that hit us was the smog and the smell. there was a terrible smell. and then you through that smoke, you saw people. and there are people by their really skeletons and, and they're shuffling along, lugs zombies. and they'll shuffle along and just collapse and die. marla trib itch is back at the place which nearly killed her. bergen belsen and nancy concentration camp which killed tens of thousands of others. the 91 year old
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is here to tell her story. with ever a few a living survivors, it feels increasing the urgent to pass it on. when she arrived at bergen belsen, marla was just 14. she had already spent years in a ghetto, in hiding and as a slave laborer. she was polish, and jewish, and every one in her family was either dead or missing. a part from her cousin anne who was 7, the girls arrived together. they were so over crowded. they had no room for us. and them a dead bodies all over the place and the piles of bodies and piles of naked twisted decaying corpses. it was a horrific sight when british forces liberated bergen belsen on the 15th of april, 1945. they found tens of thousands of unmarried bodies and $60000.00 prisoners
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on the brink of death. whether moments that you you didn't think that you would survive off. so lithia, we didn't think anybody would survive, people were just dying at such a rate. and it was obvious, even if helped it didn't come when it did. i mean, the whole camp would have just died out health to mentally after the war mana and her cousin ann was sent with other children to sweden. and then a letter arrived from mother's brother ben. he had survived a different camp and made it to the u. k, she soon went to join him for many years. marla tripage didn't talk about her childhood experiences. but now she feels she has a duty to speak about the past while she still can catholic church
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news now and here in germany, the archbishop of munich has been responding to a damning report released last week about how the archdiocese handled sexual abuse cases between 945 and 2019. gonna run out. marc said he was ready to take more responsibility for the church as filing during this time. however, said he would not be stepping down. last week's independent report was heavily critical of pope benedict. the 16th to himself hated the archdiocese from 1977 to 1992. it felt in his handling of several cases of sexual abuse that in the since come out in defense of benedict with get more from our religious affairs analyst mountain gang. martin, thanks for joining us. cardinal mach said he faces up to the responsibility. how is he going to do that? well, i mean,
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i think that once more of it has become usual for returning, jo tardies to, to, to basically express, you know, their claim has been that the church will take moral responsibility for what has happened and, you know, apologies are issued. so it's really, i think it's really a time at which, especially after the last week and a half of revelations in which we know now that actually the knowledge of the case is when all the way to where beginning then the top of the church, you know, claims of moral responsibility or acceptance for a responsibility are essentially insufficient. so you know what the concrete steps are? remain quiet and clear. report heavily incriminate spoke a meritus benedict after the publication of the report. he admitted that it contained false information. do we now have complete clarity on the role played by the man who became pup?
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no, we don't. we, because we are talking about, you know, over over many decades we're talking about thousands of cases. also ones that he became part of the roman essentially power structure. you know, a much broader territory came under his purview. would we do? no, no. and i think that this is the very important thing to underline is that there is absolutely no doubt that he actually was very much aware of this things happening inside the german church. which most likely would mean that he was aware that these things were happening essentially across the board. so was heard from the church. what about the victims? well, i think that that has to be divided into 2 parts. on the one hand, it's whether victims of bus crimes will actually receive redress. and you know, although there is an attempt at among german prosecutors and looking at some of
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this cases, we're talking about a very, very, very broad field across the globe. a frames committed against children for what essentially was a cover up by a very large institution would very powerful friends. on the other hand, the question is, what kind of situation? that's a church find itself right now in, you know, whether victims of the future or current victims under the current conditions in with the church. it's not being fully transparent about what it situation is can be prevented, can be saved. and ultimately, farther crimes can actually be avoided. none of these 2 questions have actually has a church been able to address appropriately? they doubly religious faith analysts mountain gac, thanks so much you're welcome. or let's get you up to speed now on some of the other stories making headlines to day begin. a facet, military hunter has met with members of the asked the government. the former ministers have been ordered not to leave the country without permission,
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military seized power on monday and detained picking of foster's democratically elected leader, who has been condemned internationally, thailand and saudi arabia say they have agreed to restore full diplomatic ties. the announcement comes amid type prime minister, prior to notches visit to saudi arabia and cock, and re i'd have seen 3 decades of mistrust and hostility. after a political scandal back in 1989 surrounding a jewelry, hust, saudi arabia, music streaming for either spotify as pulling neil young's music from its catalogue . this comes after a request from the singer songwriter young objected to the streaming service earring. a popular podcast criticized the spreading misinformation about covey. 19, earlier this month, hundreds of scientists and medical professionals signed the letter urging spotify to remove the podcast. it has been a fresh oil leak at
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a refinery off the coast of peru or 30 say it happened during work on an underwater pipeline at the lam happy of refinery. owned by a spanish energy giant rep. so it comes as the country grapples with a massive oil spill earlier this month, triggered by the volcanic eruption in the south pacific ocean. meanwhile, residence in the capital, lima, a taking part in a unique campaign to tackle the miss cleanup crews in peru, racing to contain the oil. still a painstaking task inland. a call to action has residents lining up to donate their locks. it turns out hair of all kinds is an excellent oil absorber. a method discovered by a hair stylist in the 1990 s. the strands are collected
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and stuffed into sausage like buoys, off the coast. the spills have contaminated more than 20 beaches in peru, and people are willing to sacrifice more than vanity for the greater good if they don't have it, i have a small breed that belongs to my sister who died 2 years ago from leukemia. the original idea was to donate it to an organization that makes whigs for people with cancer, but i forgot to take the breed money given to me. so i said, well, there will be another opportunity some time. and i thought that this is a great opportunity for others. the chop is a small price to pay. if not, we'll get a say, a hair grows in abundance and fast. if animals die, it's also an economic loss. they are living creatures, hair grows back,
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i don't care much about it. i care more that i can help a cause of what the less cake of well you, that out oil spills are not uncommon in peru more than 1000 have been recorded in the past 25 years. environmentalists accused the government of prioritizing foreign investment over the environment. steal authorities are adamant that the company will be held accountable and may even be forced to shut down. but ecologists fear the damage is done. it took reps out 2 days to react to the 1st oil spill now peruse worst ecological disaster in recent history. fought now in egypt. n star marcella had defeated the ivory coast in a penalty shoot out to reach the quarter finals of the africa cup of nations after the game finished colas in extra time sell us good. the clenching penalty for egypt
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to put them through. the 2nd round of 16 match on the night of the night was another gall this affair with equitorial guinea winning in a shoot out to take the last spot in the quarter finals. they w. west africa correspondent alyssa chic, warmer is with me to talk about the tournament that has africa taking the global spotlight, alyssa will get to the excitement of last night's matches in a minute obviously. but can we talk a little about the, the mood of the tournament since that deadly crush outside the stadium back on monday and how the tournaments moving on? well, anthony, to talk about the mood of the tournament out there. cameron, if you might fidget spinner about subdued a tainted at the b. r blights and do celebration of african football after about 8 people died on about 38 injured and at crash on monday at d. o. lynn bass did, and we had been strong comments to you from kathy. oh, governing, but it may see them at least for now that
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state i'm in particular was these are suitable host and the opening ceremony and his shuttle to host the closing ceremony. but for now, no matches would be going on until at least what a note is an investigation. because half one guarantees that such a don't happen yet against which was matches have been been moved to honest agents for the remainder of the tournament, but tangled atmospheric, tainted, easy would anthony. right. so let's digging on last night's matches and the excitement of this egypt against ivory coast had the star powered in. hey kelly, it did well, and i want know the man to talk about that muhammad salon who scored the winning penalty for dejection feathers who take them to the quarter finals where they will face a very strong north african birby, a fellow team out morocco i because had lots of stars and lots of names, but we'll have a seller when it mattered most from the penalties sports dispatch to well for i have for egypt trying to get your crystal ball that alyssa,
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the quarter finals start on saturday. who do you see your, on the record? he who do you see in the final for senegal? that's for sure. our turn is yeah, that's for sure. host cameron, obviously they've got a top scorer, obviously that will becca. and that he gave it to morrow. granted it and egypt. oh, let me keep my fingers crossed. morocco might edge. it's i think based on a crystal boulder, anthony. you are on the record. alyssa, thanks so much for your time. alyssa. chuck walner from lakes. thanks so much. thank. or the cold snap in the eastern mediterranean has now had jerusalem with snow blanketing the city that the heaviest snow jerusalem has experienced since 2013 the wintry weather has caused traffic disruption and residents were advised to stay indoors. but as you can see, some just couldn't help themselves and resist the loop of a little bit of fun. with
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that, before we go, a reminder of the top stories we're following for the south. the u. s. has rejected russia's demand to buy gue crime from future membership in nato, and offered a new diplomatic path to in the process. russia has said its views have been disregarded by the us, but we'll continue dial watching date of the news live from berlin. i'll be back at the top of the hour with more headlines for you. focus on europe is up next after a short break. of course, if you're looking for more news and analysis, there's always our website to be found at the d. w dot com. i'm asking how for me and the team here thanks for watching. ah ah,
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it's important not to be scared honestly because i'm in my country. i am doing anything wrong. and i'm just trying to protect my my korean. she wants to defend her country against the likely russian invasion. that's why she's training along with other volunteers. can the ukrainian army count on them during a conflict? focus group. next on the d. w. into the conflict zone with sebastian. the streets of hong kong acquired these days, the pro democracy movements have been tamed. this week we thought for a 2nd time to regina, long time law maker in hong kong, legislative council, and head of the pro, begging new people's party. what kind of future for hong kong, now conflict in the 60 minute, dw,
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