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many colors and the children in this mountain village, a blue color of her favorite sexes, traditions prevent her from going to games and play an insurmountable obstacle blue girl football on the p starting february 4th paul d, w. mm. mm. ah ah, this is, did we news live from rural and diplomatic discussions and military maneuvers in europe as ukrainians breeze for a possible russian invasion?
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the u. s. and they do offer more dialogue, but no concessions to moscow. security demands. the kremlin says it's use are being ignored. also coming up. germany's catholic church and crisis, the archbishop of munich demanding reckoning and reform after report detailing hundreds of cases of child sex abuse, dating back decades. ah, unlock, thank you very much for joining us. we open our coverage with the diplomatic casteel mates between russia and the west over ukraine. the kremlin says there is little optimism for easing tensions with the us and nato, after both rejected russia's key security demands. the kremlin insisted on legal
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guarantees, barring ukraine from joining nato and the withdrawal of nato forces from eastern europe. russia has mass more than 100000 troops on its border with ukraine, fueling fears of a potential invasion. for these soldiers, the threat of war is a familiar one. the ukraine, an army has been fighting rush. i'm back separatists in the countries east for more than 7 years now. but their story in the face of the late as escalation got another but you should not be panic hard for them if you do while or when that person is crying and swearing with it would be a fiasco if you panic to go. i. so we needs to stay calm, play them all, others can his voice via in the streets of the capital key. have some residents struggle to keep their spirits up. this widows i am hoping for a peaceful solution. i can't even talk about this without trying. i am for peaceful negotiations that it would on thursday, russia offered a glimmer of hope that com could still prevail after the kremlin kept opened the
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door for talks. despite the u. s. and nato rejecting its demands, shook aside so genial the clue as for the content of the document, there is a response which gives hope for the start of a serious conversation on secondary questions, boosted b. m. but in this documentable, well, there was no positive response to the main question answer was, it's usually new. another chance for diplomacy will come next month when russian french ukrainian and german delegates will need 4 talks in berlin, which are now to our correspondence in moscow. emily sherwin, emily? um we just obviously heard there the russian foreign minister, a minister, sergei, loud rough in the report saying, and i want to pick up on that last sent as hope for the start of a serious conversation on secondary questions. walk with those b while so russia has made it very clear that they have this
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main demand, which is that they want nato eastern expansion to stop. the west has repeatedly made it clear, including in that written response yesterday that that is a non starter. but over these past few weeks of talks, there have been some glimpses, i think, of things that could potentially interest russia, even though they made it very clear today. they're disappointed that their main demand on eastern expansion is not being met once again. and some of those things, i think, from the nato point of view, for example, we heard that yesterday we installed in burg, could be more arms control deals. they could be more transparency on military exercises. and i think russia would also be interested in arms control deals on a bilateral lateral level with the u. s. after all the i n f treaty on nuclear, intermediate nuclear weapons has it has fallen apart. the us left that under trump,
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the open skies treaty, which regulate regulates over flies between russia and the u. s. has also kind of dissipated as well. so i think even though the russians, i didn't get its demands, it seems that their strategy of bargaining very high and essentially asking for more than they know that they can get has paid off. and they've picked up some useful, some useful offers on the way it seems that they're going to be considering now. so emily, with this tiny opening that is emerging, does this make a rush incursion, more or less likely? while the russian side, i think, will most likely continue to demand, to hold on to that main demand of no more nato eastern expansion. i think at this point, you know, it's really up to the russian president and today both said gala roth are the
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russian foreign minister. and also the prevalent spokesman made it clear that the president would be looking at these, that risk, this written response that came from nato and from the us yesterday. but for example, the kremlin spokesperson did not exclude that there could be more talks between us and russian foreign minister, as he also didn't include exclude the possibility of more talks potentially on a presidential level. so between biden and put in going forward. and there are these talks in the normandy format on peace in ukraine. you know, from the russian point of view, they've always insisted they don't want to invade russia. i mean, rather ukraine, despite those troops on the border, but they're very much leaving the military threat on the table now as well with upcoming military exercises between russia and bela bruce in the next few weeks as well. and we sure when reporting from moscow, russia, emily, thank you. these are the other stories making headlines today.
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timelines, navy says an oil spill of the country's eastern coast will take at least 5 more days to clear. the leak from an under see pipeline began on tuesday and was eventually stopped a day later, the government says it's examining the impact of the league on the environment badly needed. international aid has been delivered to the pacific island nation of tonga, vessels from australia, britain and china now arrived green water and basic medical and sanitation wise. the island kingdom was devastated by an underwater volcanic eruption of tsunami. 2 weeks ago, it destroyed villages and knocked out communications. these dog regulator has approved the use of pfizer is oral anti viral pill to treat coven 19. the european medical agency gave the green light to the drug packs, live it, which will be given to adults at risk of severe illness. the german parliament has marked holocaust remembrance day with
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a special ceremony including tributes to victims and witness testimony. remembrance day marks the day more than 75 years ago when soviet troops liberated the auschwitz, extermination camp. 11000000 men, women, and children, including 6000000 jews, were murdered in the holocaust. she survived the delays and stout concentration camp, which she entered with her parents when she was just 7 years old. 20 members of english, our back has family, were killed by the nazi regime. she endured horrible conditions, antilles inch that for 3 years and was bedridden for for more such was the dire effect on her health. to day on holocaust memorial day, i will buy her warned the german boon this tug that anti semitism is still alive. oh, no. oh, and i still have very clear memories of that don't time mention o at time of terror and hate like the sadly this cancer has returned
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and hate of the jews has become commonplace again, in many countries of the world including germany. this disease has to be cured as quickly as possible. you can hi a call echoed by the president of germany's parliament who said january 27th is not only a day of remembrance horses this being of antar. today's will sir. i have shame for what previous generations of germans have done. shaw shame that the perpetrators never showed i. few, far too few had to answer to the courts. far too many got off with punishments that amounted to a mockery of the victims through the old fog light. come also in attendance was israel's parliamentary speaker, mickey levy who recalled how democracy can descend into tyranny high does it?
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so it is here, a new blood within the walls of this building. i roomed him which stand a silent stone and still witnesses. he a democrat, you will remember and knew how fragile democracy is gone and we are reminded of our duty to protect it at all. cost landfill and his levy recited the jewish mourners prayer, reading from a book used by a german jewish boy on his bar mitzvah. elin no, he broke down in tears. oh, i mean to love never again. the call that echoed through the german moon. this tag on this day of remembrance staying in germany, the archbishop of munich has been responding to a damming report release last week about how the archdiocese handles sexual abuse
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cases. in the catholic church, cardinal reinhardt mark said he was ready to take more responsibility for the church's failings during this time, but said he won't be stepping down. last week's independent report was heavily critical. a former home benedict a 16 were himself had at the archdiocese from 1977 to 1982. while the report is the 1st formal accusation that benedict did not stop abuse of priest but instead allowed them to continue working with children. eric will not grow true, borderless yarmouth level. ha ha ha ha ha. he knew about the abuse and he didn't stop it. a new independent report has found form a pope benedict failed to act in full cases of child sexual abuse by catholic clergyman. the case is date back to the time before he became pope, then known as joseph rod, singer in the late 19 seventies and early 19 eighties. he was the archbishop of
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munich, and pricing and southern germany. the reports found that under his watch, abusive priests were allowed to continue their work in the church, while victims received no support. the allegations could shattered the former pope's legacy at all. ma'am, he mentioned in dodge, le people in germany no longer trust, jasa fry's thinker. the former polk county, the catholic church in germany, is in a serious crisis alone and many people are leaving the church. many are doubting their bishop life. among the many are calling for more action to finally be taken. just perhaps also that the state should push forward with investigating the abuses and compensating the victims from his boss up for farm carp. roxanne has already admitted, he made a false statement during the investigation. it found evidence he was at a meeting where an abusive priest with disgust after he had repeatedly claimed he didn't attend. he now says that with an oversight he's previously denied any wrong doing. and as yet to give
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a full response to the findings. but the report commissioned by the catholic church and munich, found abuse, was widespread and suggested a culture of cover ups. it found at least 495 cases of abuse in the archdiocese of munich between 19452019. the real figure is thought to be far higher. you spun the fog. it is an interesting question, is whether that singer could also face legal action. no one knows whether the diplomatic immunity he had as a pope, which still protect him as someone who has resigned his pulpit and now lives in the vatican as a private individual, even as own eva he can leaped to you with dish. is it a few months time, theoretically, we could expect to see lawyers in germany following a lawsuit or pursuing legal action against joseph rod singer who at the time in munich did not tackle cases of abuse, but covered them up. the self connect had the not for touched at the former pope is now 94 years old and he's facing mounting pressure over his mishandling of sexual
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abuse within the catholic church, a scandal that reaches far beyond germany. earlier i spoke to kathleen, vist hoffer founder of the group, mar maria, 2 point oh, which raises awareness about sexual abuse in the church. she detail the steps that can be taken to support survivors. the next step is be need money. props ecologists at the moment that is not completely normal, that it happens that people actually do get upset column just for longer than $2425.00 or 50 hours. so i guess the church would pay for that as long as it takes for them. i mean, nobody can ever heal but to be able to cope with their own life again and what we're fighting for, as well as like, prolonged the statute of limitations for rape. a minute that 20 year snow and lots of people don't speak up for a long time after abuse. so people start talking now because so many people talk. so when one person tells hey this bishop has abused me or this priest has abused me,
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it's easier for others to say the same. so it starts just now that people dare to speak up, cause for yet decades. really, nobody believe them or mind there before i let you go of the top story that we're tracking for you right now. the u. s. has rejected russia's demand to bar ukraine from future membership in nato. instead, washington has offered a new diplomatic path to and the crisis. russia has said its views have been ignored, but will continue dialogue. he watching did every news live from berlin? dock felt is up next and i'll catch you tomorrow with.


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