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this become a down got book, an eye on me that they could have been a 10 artificial intelligence. loneliness high, i love stories from the future. starts february 14th on d. w. ah ah, this is the w. news live from berlin. cheers and jubilation turned to pain. and sorrow and morocco. rescuers finally reach a boy trapped to in a well since tuesday. but too late to save him. also coming up. u. s. military
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reinforcements arrive in germany and poland to beef up nato's eastern flanks. i made the u. craft for ukraine crisis and in the bonus league, a robber levin dusky is added again. the poll chips in with another goal to help iron, to an important win over the red bulls of lights. ah, i'm pablo foliage. welcome to the program. we begin with tragic news from morocco where rescuers were unable to save the life of a young boy who fell into a narrow well. the 4 day effort was tracked at live by viewers in morocco and around the globe. as 5 year old, ryan's body was taken to a waiting emergency vehicle. crowds cheered in the mistaken lease. he was still
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alive. workers were forced to take a horizontal tunnel to reach the boys location after failing to pull him out of a narrow opening from above. while we spoke earlier with journalist most ab else shami who was near the side of the rescue operation in northern morocco. unfortunately the body of a yard was there, retrieved out of the well. and he was that declared dead. and it was not clear initially, people thought that he was alive, but shortly after he was transferred to the ambulance wrapped in foil and dead. the american royal palace did issued a statement where they they did the news and said that the king has spoken to his parents. it's a really tragic end, the village which had been celebrating this is
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a doctor for free and grey and did not realize until now when they went to check their t v's and i read their phones and suddenly it's gotten very quiet and very graham and it's just a, it's just a tragic ending to such a dramatic story that lot of people had been afraid of and had been secretly hoping that oh, had almost felt back like that with happened. but had, you know, a clunk on to hope. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making world headlines. 16 people are dead in mexico. victims of a territorial dispute between rival drug cartels. police discovered the bodies of 10 people on a street in the state of fact, i think us, they found another 6 hanging in a warehouse. it's believe the gangs are vying for control of drug smuggling routes
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to the united states in rio de janeiro and other brazilian cities. marchers have protested the killing of a congolese refugee who worked at a beach kiosk. the 24 year old was beaten to death is a satan's court on a security camera, allegedly, after he had demanded overdue wages, demonstrators, a racism played a role in the murder. britton's queen elizabeth says she wants prince charles's wife camilla to take the title of queen consort when he becomes king. it had been expected that camilla would be known as princess consort. the monarch's message reflects a wider acceptance of committed status as a royal since charles was divorced from princess diana. more us soldiers have arrived here in europe as fears grow over russia's troop build up on ukraine's borders. the 1st contingent of 2000 american troops arrived at near frankfort with others touching dive near poland border with ukraine. the white house says they'll
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protect eastern nato members from potential rush and aggression. the kremlin says the reinforcements will strain relations in the region. will dw alexander phenomena reports on what's behind the u. s. decision to add personnel 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, and berlin made or has to prepare for every possible military scenario. it is not unrealistic, for instance, to think that russia couldn't grades 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
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a 1000 strong units to romania. france wants to send soldiers terramina as well. the netherlands is considering deploying fighter aircraft to bulgaria. 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 them back, the alliance is even considering deploying the new battle groups, in addition to the 4 multinational battalions already in place in estonia, lard fia lithuanian, poland. therefore, battle groups were deployed in response to russia. 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
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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, all is c analyst albin. i run some suggest has galvanized the alliance brushes 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, to deter others from invading or advocacy destroying the security order in europe. and yet that doesn't mean natal will send combat forces to ukraine if prudent decides to strike. in fact, the alliance has already ruled it out, but many members are increasing their economic and military aid for a queen with the u. k. and poland,
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promising and new security pat leaders of the african union have gathered this weekend seeking ways to bolster the a huge role on the international stage. this as other pressing issues pushed to the top of their agenda. a spate of kuda ties low co with 19 vaccination rights and in our row over israel's observer status, or have taken the focus off the goal of promoting the continent globally. the african union summit and addis ababa kicked off with a clear appeal for inter african solidarity from the commissions chairperson levy. the idea once dangled in front of us, of a marshall plan for the continent has unraveled zealous. if i'm not far from thinking that such a plan, though necessary, will never come from the outside. that is, the only way ahead is an african direction for africa. again, left. the sentiment was picked up by ethiopian prime minister abbey ahmed,
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who called for a permanent african seat on the un security council. but other pressing issues are vying for attention. 6, kudos toes in the last 18 months. low cove at 19 vaccination availability and the conflict in ethiopia. the african union hasn't been seen to forge a meaningful consolidated response in any of these issues. now it's facing another problem. many observers fear could widen the risk through the union member states or split on whether or not to withdraw israel's observer status. if i vision for a block that values consensus, this internal clash is expected to hamper proceedings as it heads into the 2nd and last day. of the summit on sunday, ah, now to the olympics and the loses underway at beijing's national sliding center, germany typically does well in the event. in fact,
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since louis became an olympic sport in 1964, germany has won the most gold medals. dw jonathan crane went to find out why this is lose a sports where competitors hurtful down a hill that speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour. early to find out at the bottom is a german has probably won. in germany we have a big lose traditional kits. they do the sport and everyone is on fire for the sport. i think this isn't very big advantage. germany dominates news like no other country at the last winter olympics in 2018 german athletes. $13.00 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. we can
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train really go the, the kids can train on district a lot of and one of the important thing then we have a really good protest that the other important thing that we can train with was best if i'm doing well. he and germany, then i know that i'll also do well internationally. i will whole system with the coaches, with the financial support. the whole package just works really well with home when you are now with any forth is one thing. getting to the top, it's quite another trying to stay that and that brings with a certain amount of pressure or does this nice demand? so it's not always easy, especially with a team as successful as germany. school, they're expected to be out in front at the olympics as we have been in recent years on and when metals one, the vice and mit i and i are the countries are trying their best to catch up. but how do they find that magic formula?
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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 set ups and things like that. i think is something that's really important until they do figure it out. it will be advantage germany in loose while the 1st gold medal of the beijing olympics has been awarded to norway, terez jo, how g one the women's gath long after dominating the race? she fought extreme wind and freezing temperatures, to open up a commanding lead over the rest of the group to win her 1st individual olympic old . but her victory comes and made controversy. the norwegian was suspended from competing at the 2018 olympics after allegations of doping. in the bonus league air in germany, league leaders, byron cranked up the pressure on the 2nd placed doors, meant to play on sunday with a win over leipzig. but the champions didn't have it all their own way against a committed visiting side. it was you young nuggets mon 2nd meeting with his old
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side arby leipzig after joining by and munich and it's assigning that's proving popular with the by on fence life. so you didn't get off to a great start very all on with a costly mistake. and thomas mila finds himself in the right place at the right time labs. he did fight back by ins, defense looking shaky this time, and under a silva putting the ball across the line. just before halftime, it was well, what they went off ski's turn. the pole heading home his 24th goal of this season. again, leipzig were able to equalize their top score a crystal fountain. cuckoo put it past magnolia. but in the end, the final goal did belong to by an sash. now we sought deflected by light cisco model, and this results makes jojo nuggets. 1242 as by ins had coach against his former side and well underway to buy and 10th championship in a row. well elsewhere,
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there was a big upset for our berg against union berlin. it was on yon's 1st game with their creative mastermind, max cruiser, who transferred during the winter break and outbreak, took full advantage. they went ahead in the 1st half, then andre hands scored a long shot for the home side after the break to seal a to nail when and gave outbreak 3 big points in the relegation. well, let's take a look at all the results so far, unmatched a 21 and as we saw it, byron edge, past leipzig and iceberg beat on yom berlin. elsewhere. frankfurt got the better of stuttgart bailiff, as i'm glad. back through mine speech. galvan i'm and fryeburg lost in cologne. on friday, had a berlin, true with bone, and on sunday dormant play labor cousin and valves berg take on foot. well, here's a reminder off the top story. we're following for you. the moroccan boy who fell
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into a well 4 days ago has died before rescuers could get to him. emergency personnel have been trying to free 5 year old ryan from the narrow shaft in the hope that he was still alive. the effort was tracked to life by viewers in morocco and around the globe. well that's your news update this our next day is our show sports life with a look at why a world cup every 2 years, instead of 4 could rec the football world and there's plenty more for you on our website. that's d w dot com and you can follow on our social media accounts. i'm pablo 40 s here in britain for me in the team. take care she's in. ah, in for.


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