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oh you ah, ah, ah ah, this is, these are the news life from berlin. a nerve wracking dig in morocco. rescue workers say they've reached a young boy who's been trapped down a well since tuesday or so coming up. u. s. military reinforcements arrive in germany and poland to beef up nato's eastern flags, amid the ukraine crisis. and the winter olympics, germany hopes its investment to the sort of loose pace off as it looks to dominate the medals once again. ah
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hello there, i'm a hell of a homage rescue workers in morocco say they have reached a 5 year old boy who's fallen into a well. this is the 5th day. he's been stuck. their crowds have flocked to the village of a crown to chair on the team, digging a tunnel to the boy. it's now entered a challenging phase of the operation. day breaks and no the morocco, after another sleepless night in a mountain town, hundreds watch on. as a risky team tries to extricate ryan the earth on the ground growing stony and stonier the close said begin, get to him. hello, maria, did i say bill said it's very difficult process because of many problems related to the terrain at the site ordinary. the total vanity, now the well is less than $45.00 centimeters wide. and this is where ryan has been
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since tuesday rescue, as loring oxygen food and water to him. they've even managed to talk to him. now they're hoping they can pull him out alive. after 4 days under ground, a year mazar de la had the like, if we could kill him and it's not the wouldn't i remember what he said to us? but then each of the above, i had him speak myself to him to get them. skinner though they saw the light from our cellphone, and he said to us, dig me out. rooney, he begged us to bring him out of there. all the lonely, it's amazing. he survived the fall of over 30 meters. his father hallett says, since that moment, he hasn't slept a wink on this. okay, we'll know to have people who love us have come to support us. well, they sparing no effort to save my child injure them, collision the image as the day draws on, the crowds watching this meticulous rescue operation grow. they too anxious to know
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if ryan will be brought out safely. the fate of 15 year old, his transfixed. so many people in morocco and far beyond its autonomy on the line is janis sal shami, who is at the sight of the rescue operation. so must we understand that rescue teams and medics have been able to reach the boy? what's the situation like at the moment? hi, despite the earlier reports that they were indeed had made it to the section of the operation came out about half an hour ago and said that there is still about 70 centimeters between them and there are yet. so this is part of the conflicting reports that we've been getting almost all week from different sources. and now it seems that the operation is still ongoing and
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that's it. getting more delicate by, by the minutes. and now, instead of it being a matter of meters in the 1st few days, now it's, it's a matter of centimeters and each update is about 20 centimeters. let's vary that the statements also suggested that it would be close to 2 hours until they reach at diana, and then he would be able to receive medical medical aid. also as i walk around the scene, there is a new vehicle for ambulance that just arrived. it seemed more ready and it could be the one that actually does transport him to the nearest helicopter, where he is planned to to be transferred and immediacy receive all the aid back to me and just remind us how ran ended up in this. well,
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in the 1st place. so this said dramatic rescue mission started last tuesday when 5 year old i n in the province of route in northern morocco, near the region near the town of sho, in had disappeared. he was nowhere to be found. and after his family looked everywhere, they, they add the last place they looked was the little well, that today used for irrigation off their crops by dangling a phone to the bottom of the well with the, with the video on. and i was able to recognize the flush and communicate to his dad as the report showed. and from there, this very long 5 days have been started. first through some volunteers will try to go into the well, the well is almost 40 me to div and less than 50 feet
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in diameter, which has made this very, very complicated. and due to the geography of the, of the region, it's very mountainous and rocky mission got tricky by the moments a with landslides, with fears of the well collapsing on the 5 year old as well as fears of him not making it sense and being supplied with oxygen throughout these 4 days. today we are in the 5th day and says its appearance and it has really gripped moroccans, his survival story. and everyone is just helping to, to conclude this story with a happy ending and he is alive and healthy. can imagine the rescue operation will continue to be quite challenging as we saw those pictures where it
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is still now quite dark. their inner morocco. well jonah's massage us army. thank you very much for the update. thank you. now more us soldiers have arrived in europe as fears grow, other rushes trip build up on ukraine's borders. the 1st contingent of 2000 american troops arrived near frankfort with others, touching down near poland border with ukraine. the white house, as though protect easton, nato members from potential russian aggression. the kremlin says this will strain tensions in the region. he doubly as alexander von nomine, explains what's behind the u. s. decision. american f. 15 fighter jets arriving in estonia. a danish frigate deployed to support nato in the baltic sea. more and more allies are sending troops to eastern europe. it's not a choice, it's the masters as security expert, bruno, latino,
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and berlin. nato has to prepare for every possible military scenario. it is not unrealistic. for instance, to think that's russia cruise parades, a border incidence with estonia to distract attention from an invasion in ukraine to be prepared. the u. s. alone is sending 1700 troops to poland and a 1000 strong units to romania. france wants to send soldiers terramina as well. the netherlands is considering deploying fighter aircraft to war guerria. so too is spain. while the u. k made its patch troops to estonia and danish fighter jets have already arrived in lithuania, compared to russia's. nato presence in the region is still relatively small. but as the kremlin continues its build up around ukraine, nato, strengthening its defense posture. according to secretary generals told him back the alliance has he been considering deploying new battle groups,
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in addition to the 4 multinational battalions already in place, in estonia, lard, fia lithuania, and poland. the for battle groves were deployed in response to russia's annexation of crimea. in 2014 nato members, argued then that they cannot ignore russia, breaking international rules and undermining peace and stability. and now nato is confronted again with what they describe as aggressive behavior and its members are responding with reinforcements. putin's goal was to have fewer nato troops close to russia's border, but so far he has produced the exact opposite. the current crisis policy analyst al dinner, runs and suggest has galvanized the alliance rushes actions, especially since 2014. have i given nato a new impetus for it, for its core mission, for which it was established to secure europe,
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to deter others from invading or apathy, destroying the security order in europe. and yet, that doesn't mean nato will send combat forces to ukraine if potent decides to strike. in fact, the alliance has already ruled it out, but many members are increasing their economic and military aid for ukraine, with the u. k. and poland, promising and new security pack a form, a u. s. vice president mike pence has hit back against his former boss. donald trump has been claiming that pence could have overturned the 2020 presidential election result. the pants now says that's wrong. it's a rare voice of descent within the republican party, which has refused to distance itself from claims. the election was wrecked. the invasion that shocked the u. s. on january 6 last year, supporters of donald trump storm,
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the capital building. spurred on by his claim that he lost the election because of fraud. inside a joint session of congress was counting the electoral college votes. outgoing vice president mike pence played the traditionally ceremonial role of presiding over the session. but the mob outside believed pence could do more. trump to day. still think so. this past week he said, mike pence did have the right to change the outcome. unfortunately, he didn't exercise that power. he could have overturned the election pence has now publicly contradicted that assertion. president trump is wrong. i had no right to overturn the election. the presidency belongs to the american people and the american people alone. and frankly, there is no idea more on american than the notion than any one person could choose . the american president left probably so,
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but with the next election more than 2 years away, it's clear who has the upper hand in the party. republicans have moved to punish 2 of their own lives. cheney and adam kim's anger for their roles, and the democrat lead congressional investigation into the capital storming select . yet another sign of the grip, donald trump still holds in the republican party and his lingering influence within american politics. now to the olympics and the loses underway at beijing's national sliding center, germany typically does quite well. in this event, since leash became an olympic sport in 1964, germany has won the most gold medals he w, as jonathan crane went to find out why this is luge, a sports where competitors hurtle down a hill that speeds up to a 150 kilometers per hour, early to find out at the bottom that the german has probably won in germany,
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we have a clues, traditional kits. they do this board and everyone is on fire for this for i think this isn't very big advantage. germany dominates news like no other country at the last winter olympics in 2018 german athletes, 13 of the 4 gold medals on offer. so why is that? germany invests heavily in sled technology and infrastructure to support its lose teams. that includes 4 competition tracks. more than any other country within crane really got the kids can train on this trick a lot of in depth. one of the important thing then reaffirm you're a really good culture, said the other important thing just yet moment of a we can train, but the world's best if i'm doing well, he and germany than i know that i'll also do well internationally. i will whole
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system with the coaches, with the financial support. the whole package just works really well. sag latania now was with any forth is one thing getting to the top, it's quite another trying to stay there. and that brings with it a certain amount of pressure. what does this dish demand for? it's not always easy, especially with a team as successful as germany. you have often, they're expected to be out in front at the olympics as we have been in recent years on. and when meddleson varies and medallion, i other countries are trying their best to catch up. but how do they find that magic formula? i think when we figure that out on the, on the podium a lot more. so i'm just different things with the equipment with this lad, and setups and things like that. i think i'm, here's something that's really important until they do figure it out. it will be advantage germany in loose. his reminder of our top story rescuing
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a 5 year old boy trapped on a well for days work a say they are just sent to meet as a wang from nicholas ryan, who fell down the shaft on tuesday. we will continue to monitor the story and keep you updated at the news for this our stick round up next is reporter. i'm watching a bi stay informed with live and demand, comcast and language courses, video and audio. any time, anywhere that d w media center. in the battle against cove it the only common variant is putting healthcare systems around the world to test.


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