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ah ah ah is it a w news line from bergman? b u. s. warrens, or russian invasion of ukraine could come at any time, secretary of state and to me, blank, and calls for more dialogue as president biden tells americans to leave ukraine. now, as things could go crazy quickly, also on the program, a boost for africa in its battle against covey. 19 as the continent gets, its 1st vaccine manufacturing plant. the head of the world health organization tells d w. it's a promising stop. ah,
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i'm fil gale. welcome to the program. you are a secretary of state and to me, blanket has urged more dialogue to resolve tensions between russia and the west. over i fear invasion of ukraine was speaking in melbourne following a meeting of the quad alliance that includes australia, india and japan. made it clear that tensions with moscow have reached a dangerous level. simply put, we continue to see very troubling signs of russian escalation, including new forces arriving at the ukrainian border. and as we said before, we're in a window, when an invasion could begin at any time. will you cried, is accusing russia after fighting a hybrid war in the black sea by blocking access to its ports, rushes,
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preparing for us weeping. naval drills in the black sea on the sea as the sea of as of, in the coming days, effectively closing down large areas for commercial. shipping rushes move. 6 amphibious assault vessels into the black sea for the exercise was russian troops and ships in circle ukraine. nato has been bolstering its eastern flank, but since you crate, not a nato member, it's unclear what the alliance would do. if russia does invade alliances, secretary general yes dalton, burke visited the black sea port of constantine in romania. as a 1000 us troops arrived at the military base there. we continued to reinforce our eastern flank with more ships, with more plains, with more troops. and we also ready to quickly reinforce if needed, we have increased the red and so the nato response force and we can deploy more forces on short notice if needed. us get more on that nato thinking from my
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d. w correspondent, terry schultz sat in brussels. welcome at terry. so we seen that us forces arriving in romania. what are they there for? yeah, feel not just in romania, also in estonia, also more us forces in poland. and the thinking here is that the u. s. and the other nato allies who are also sending other resources, want to try to deter the kremlin from thinking that there is any way that it can win a war, not just with ukraine, but of course, anything that would spill over the border into nato countries. i mean, this is largely about a psychological impact, really trying to convince russian president vladimir, that this is not in his interest. i expected that next week when nato defense ministers meet here in brussels. we will also see more deployments right there to romania where the secretary general was to day. the french have offered to lead a battalion in romania like the ones we've seen in the baltic states and poland.
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and this is something romania has been asking for for a long time. and now with the build up right there in, on the border with ukraine, nato and the allies are deciding it's time to put those forces there. all right, so this is not necessarily for you crimes benefit. this is more sending a signal to, to russia that even if you make it to ukraine thus far and no further. well, as you've said, ukraine is not a nato member and therefore doesn't have any guarantee of mutual defense. even though allies and the u. s. government have spoken out very strongly to moscow that they better not think about it, but yet nato's job is to defend the allied territory. and so that's what these forces are therefore, and as you heard, secretary general stilton berg says, there are thousands more who would be ready as a rapid response, in case the conflict were to spill into nato's territory. but this is really about trying to convince the kremlin that this is, is, you know, a really bad idea and putting the troops and tanks on these borders are not in high
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enough numbers that they could actually fight russia. but they're, there is a deterrent. and we have nato member states, so doing a weapons to ukraine, which is to say, is not a nato a member. so given that night, so as a defensive, a large project could explain what's going on. this has been a controversial issue for many years. for a long time, there were not weapons with lethal cover capabilities sent to ukraine. even though it's been under threat since 2014, of course, at a much higher level when, when russia invaded ukraine and took crimea. but the decision was made they did while ukraine wasn't going to have the reassurance of nato coming to its defense as a whole. that allies very much wanted to help you crane defend itself. and the rhetoric has been changing, and recent days you've heard it. nato secretary general stilton burger, u. k prime minister boris johnson yesterday. say to to moscow that ukraine will
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fight if you should come over this border. the ukrainians have capabilities. we have trained them, we have provided them weapons and this will not be easy for you. so this is part of making ukraine able to defend itself in the absence of those article 5 mutual assurance guarantees. thank you for a terry schultz and breasts. i will take a look now as some of the other stories are making news around. the worlds will start in iran where people have been celebrating the 43rd anniversary of the islamic revolution. a sum set fire to us flags or talks aimed at reviving runs 2015 nuclear agreement. resume this week with us urgent tech ran to reach a deal quickly. that hardline president abraham racy, told revelers to rob was not pinning its hopes on any deal. 30 nations have committed to protecting the world's oceans from harmful human activity initiative. drawing i thought a summer time frances atlantic coast targets plastic pollution in particular,
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business and political leaders have promised more action to clean up the seas and preserve marine life. french president emanuel macro refused to take a coven, 19 test staff for his meeting with brushes. vladimir putin this week, a reuters news agencies as the french leader wanted to prevent russia obtaining a sample of his dna. 2 men, therefore, held talks at the opposite end, a very long table to maintain social distancing. canada's ontario, ontario state has declared the state of emergency of the truck is processed as paralyzed, the capital locked trade and the with united states. ontario's government is threatening steep fines and jail sentences and less drivers and their blockade processors. want the canadian government to scrap vaccine mandates for truck drivers. the 1st curve 19 vaccine manufacturing plant on the african continent is opening it. cape town of oxidation programs around the world have delivered more
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than 10000000000 doses. supplies in africa have been lagging hugely behind. one reason is a lack of vaccine supply, but this could now be about to change. the w corresponded address, increase report, a replica of the more diana vaccine, that is what the m r and a vaccine have for africa is trying to produce. they were hoping for a technology transfer with would dana, but that hasn't happened. that's why and collaboration with south african universities and institutions. they made their own vaccine using information available in the public domain. it's under jenna as not committed to technology trans that hit and in many aspects leaf and i need it anymore. so this is the same thing that will develop technology that will be transferred to multiple other organizations and loan middle income countries building sustainable capacity and capabilities. but it is also an entity that has a long term deal on the design and development and production of novel vaccines.
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new vaccines essential for the burden of disease in loan mold and middle income countries. companies like biotech have been critical about that approach as they have been about the idea of way, wing intellectual property rights for vaccine production. but south africa and the world health organization are supporting this initiative. because the only option we have is to saxon so we will and it's in good hands. the baby is in good hands as we have seen that. and we have identified also some of the challenges we will address those and then move on. this center will be a center that rings almost everybody together. so we will work together, and it's not either or we can use all options, by the way, to make sure that we have all the tools to fight this pandemic. but also the per se for the future. what is clear, though, this is a long term project that will probably not have an impact during the currents pandemic. clinical studies are likely going to take years, but so far,
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africa is only producing less than one percent of the vaccines that are also used here. the w h o is backing an initiative that wants to bring that number up to 60 percent by 2040. how to increase in south africa will take look at small developments in the corona, virus pandemic. now starting in australia where people will that now need to receive booster shots in order to count as being up to date with our vaccinations, the netherlands is aiming to drop most of its restrictions by the end of this month . the government there says record infection levels only let to limited hospital admissions and protests against the vaccine mandate and tough crone of iris rules of occupied the grounds of new zealand parliament for a 4th day. and we're all about the winter olympics in beijing where 3 time gold medalist sean white was unable to make it to 4 in a row in the final of the snow bought half pipe. the american has dominated the
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event, but this time couldn't come up with the tricks needed on his last run. a 35 year old says that sit and plans to retire from competition. the gold medal went to a young japanese star or you move. he ran a 23 year old, got silver at 2 previous olympics behind white, but $96.00 points out of a 100 on his final run. secured victory. we will switzerland's at laura. good, better army one. the gold and the women super g. austrian 1000000 partner, one silver. for the briefest of moments it looked like the world champions. time might be good enough to make the top of the podium. the near flawless run from goodbye. rami saw her make history to become the 1st riskier to win an olympic super g gold metal. and ill sir found the pole of sweden. i returned to a spot that he doesn't particularly like and what he 2nd gold medal at the spot is speed skating of which he said, and i quote,
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it sucks. i mean the pictures of the 10000 leases event at menus where the glue and he took at 2 years away from this was the last olympics and spent one in the army and the other cycling around a swing. he's staying home to go 6 years break. looks like it's done him good. and a legal battles under way. after confirmation, that star russian figure skater camila value eva recently tested positive for doping. earlier this week, she led the russian olympic committee team to gold in the team event, but the metal ceremony still hasn't taken place. russian anti doping agency at 1st suspended valley ava. ben lifted that suspension and allowed her to compete with beijing. international olympic committee is trying to reverse the decision by appealing to the international court of arbitration for sport on davis. next, scheduled event is on the 15th of february when she is favorite to win the gold in the individual event. here in berlin,
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europe's 1st major international film festival of the gear has rolled out. the red carpet organizes the staging, the burn another as a live event with in person screenings, 18 films from 15 countries are vying for the top prize. the golden bear amongst the contenders, the star french director francois was all i almost feels normal walking down the red car, cameras flashing, left and right. but everybody here is aware of how special it all is this time around. was so excited to put on the suit again to get dressed up and to leave the house. nice to meet reporters, meet colleagues, and what's a good movie? and good me. interested in that movie is oh wow, results peter on can't. i'm a forceful chamber play about love obsession and power starring daniel men oshea impressively channeling the late dyna vanna fust binda. reversing the gender roles
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of the original, the movie becomes a passionate homage to the german director. a deeply troubled genius revered abroad, but according to his own, all but forgotten at home. this is his 8th entry in the competition and he's hoping to win his 1st golden bear. but even if his stellar ensemble leaves empty handed, this surely will be a festival to remember for everyone involved. and then before we go, just time to show you the return of the la la modest carnival to, to otherwise capital monte video had to return to the city streeves after being cancelled last year because of the con dedrick. i think fish, it worked late slightly because of her bad weather on level sunday translates as the calls from ation to process of beating drums to cold community together. ah, you're watching
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