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starts april 16th on d, w ah ah, this is dw news lie from berlin, victory for emmanuel mac call in the 1st round of frances presidential election. the centrist leader fights off a strong challenge from the far rights. nothing led pen. both contenders now go through to the 2nd round in 2 weeks time. also coming up ukraine and russia agree on humanitarian corridors to evacuate that evacuate civilians. the exodus is still growing, but thousands are trapped as ukraine braces for
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a renewed ration onslaught in east lou. i'm jared read. welcome to the program. we begin in france, where president emmanuel mccall has emerged as the clear winner of the 1st round of the presidential election. initial projections give him 27.4 percent and he's far right. challenger martin le pen, 24.6 percent. both contenders now go through to the 2nd round on april the 24th 10 . are the candidates from different areas of the political spectrum have now been eliminated? back wrong headed off a stronger than expected challenge from la penn who dramatically narrowed the president's lead in the opinion polls in recent weeks. and those polls taken after the 1st round voting put back on, on course to deceit le pen. in 2 weeks time,
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the president has appealed for support to stop the far right coming to power, no cinema. this is at this decisive moment for the future of the nation. nothing must be the same as before. so this is why i extend my hand to all those who want to work for france. it will cover you all of this. if i am ready to invent something new, get to bring together the various convictions and sensibilities in order to build with a common action in the service to our nation. for years to come. your next, your goodman. oh philip is not homeless. you only the nickelodeon, this is our duty. t w's by visa was our president mac loans headquarters in paris. she explained what he needs to do to win the 2nd round. he needs to contain, of course,
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in hardly had he ended his speech cheered to night. at that we received a message, said every one who wants to accompany him tomorrow on monday, on the campaign trail should gather at 8 o'clock a new morning, had party headquarters in order to go. wizard monro across to the deep mantle pot or to descend, which is not far from paris, but decidedly provincial. so obviously, his advisors have convinced him and he has himself recognized there. what he needs to do now is go out and get his hands dirty. he needs to talk to people, he needs to talk, go to the small french market towns. he needs to go to the market, places into the shops, and simply give people the idea that he is listening to them. because that was his biggest strategic mistake in the past weeks. he thought he could sort of have an election campaign without leaving the l. a. z palace being it just presidential and
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to be re elected for that. it's not the way it works in france. people want their president to be there and to be sort of on their side and, and to be a human being. not this sort of very alien creature that presides over the country from a, from a distance. so he will go out now and he has to gather votes as well on the relatively far left. because john mcmillan shown the old the far left firebrand. he made 3rd place, he gathered 20 percent of the vote. and also from conservatives and socialists and greens, who endorse him and he said, please give your vote to mc wrong. we have to block the far right. so he really has to write the tiger again and sort of straddled the middle of french politics in order to gather enough votes to win. the 2nd round, no, was the jumping is babbled. arvizo there. well, the far right lead, i'm up in le pen goes through to face neck hole in the 2nd round. and she says that
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if she selected, she will unite france. republican 1st, excuse me. the french people gave me the honor of qualifying for the 2nd round against the outgoing president. i wanted to express my most sincere gratitude to the millions of voters who trusted me, but you saw said gratitude. well, this one is due only during this 1st round, the french people have clearly wanted to arbitrate a fundamental choice between 2 opposite visions of the future. you're either to division the injustice and the disorder imposed by a man you and my call for the benefit of a few or the gathering of the french people around social justice and protection. guaranteed by a fraternal framework around the age old idea of nation, and people who defer and j. w correspondent lisa louis was at matthew la pens headquarters, and she told us that her supporters are optimistic going into the 2nd round. i talked to some people here, you said no,
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we're really happy about this resolved and we believe that we can win the 2nd john a now when you look at the other candidate, and the couple of them have actually expressed the outright support for moving the pen that include an exam more from the very, very far right. and at that to the kind of the candidates together we gather about 10 percent of the base and really pen support us. we'll have to do more work and gather support from other candidates. for example, supporters of my belly because from the center rights republican party, he said that people should vote in favor of my call. but obviously, marines at people. i want to convince them ages to rally that also and marine the pen is a we hoping to to find some people among space that have they do go far as wanted me longsol today in her favor in the 2nd around
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a voting. but when you look at all the other candidates, i didn't get through to the 2nd round of agent support team. clearly marina pan has some work to do with dw correspondence. lisa louis, they're in paris or now to the latest on the war in ukraine. russia and ukraine have agreed on humanitarian corridors to evacuate thousands of civilians. eastern areas are bracing for what they feel will be a new russian offensive. satellite imagery show a convoy of hundreds of military vehicles heading for the don boss region. and in areas around the capitol cave where russian forces have retreated more and more civilian casualties coming to light. ah, father's bought recovered a daughter's inconsolable grief. and then
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a 2nd body is found. emergency crews and booths over have gone from searching for survivors to recovering. the dead. rushing forces have reduced this village just north of ukraine's capital to rubble. officials have uncovered the bodies of hundreds of civilians and towns outside keith, where the russian army has recently retreated and the northern region churned a heave. almost all is lost. north america, both good. we have a folding bad here. this is how we survived a war roman. nothing is left of natalia teeth of us family home. the pension or now depends on humanitarian aid. to remove her but we lived here for such a long time. over 30 years, our house was bombed. all of our things, all in order for all the ukrainian lives had been lost or completely up ended.
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but it was given the actions of the russian soldiers and ukraine are barbaric, but they'll just barbaric rovers. still, russia has fail to take any major cities since it's invasion on the 24th of february. the west has shown solidarity by leveling unprecedented sanctions against russia and donating financial aid and weapons. but president bolo, demure zalinski, is begging allies for a total ban on russian energy products to reduce the kremlin war chest, and to save his people for more bloodshed. and earlier we asked our correspond rebecca, written in ukraine to update us about what's happening in de la hans gretchen. well, we are starting to see come to fruition what we've been expecting. the regrouping of russian troops and their pivot towards to focus on the south east of the kind of
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ukraine and the south and the ac, including lou hands and, and yet, can you just mentioned the hans, it's, it's prompted a more stronger effort to get people out of their hands governor has, has basically told everyone to get out while they still can i, unfortunately not everyone is hating that warning. there is still apparently 30 percent of people staying in law hands actually met a guy was reporting down in the region close near there. and i spoke to a gentleman at the train station and he, he broke down in tears as he was describing to me that some of his friends from the la hans antonietta region were actually choosing to stay that already lost everything in the battle. in 2014 and they weren't going to leave again. they said if the russians come in, they just kind of fight them. and he, he was really obviously very upset. i mean, everyone has seen the pictures from are you paul, as you just mentioned, and also around keith in butcher, and nobody wants those kind of atrocities happening to their towns and villages.
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that was rebecca written there in levine for speaking to us vidalia. here are some of the other stories making news around the world today. australia and prime minister scott morrison has called an election for may the 21st. the campaign is likely to be fought over the cost of living climate change and political integrity morrison's conservatives are currently trailing the opposition labor in opinion polls after 9 years in our his railey forces carried out right in the occupied west bank following a series of terror attacks tensions between israelis and palestinians have escalated during the muslim holy month of ramadan. it coincides this year with major jewish and christian holidays. or pakistan's prime minister has been ousted in a vote of no confidence in ron con. earlier tried to dodge the vote by dissolving parliament by the supreme court throughout his attempt. former allies blame con for a crumbling economy and say that he failed to deliver on campaign promises
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his mom a bad residence, gathered around parliament as assembly members left after the historic late night vote. some celebrated the ouster of prime minister imran con. while others protested opposition leader chabarise sharif is likely to become pakistan's next prime minister. he's the brother of disgraced former prime minister. no. was sharif long. you shabbas sharif, who leads the pakistan muslim league praised the no confidence vote, you will go, no joy. no allah has answered the prayers of millions of pakistani mothers, sisters, daughters, other elders and youth. in the meanwhile, in man con, has accused the u. s. of conspiring to topple him over his ties with russia and china. that has angered his supporters. are ye among him? ran com has been removed through a foreign conspiracy. god willing,
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we will fight back to make him prime minister again. we don't want these thieves in power. i mean it's all those suffering under pakistan's crumbling economy feel it was high time for kind to go all it had to happen because conditions in the country has become very bad. inflation has reached a peak and it has become difficult for the poor man to feed his family. as pakistan woke up to a new reality, police forces were on alert. divided opinions means protests are likely to continue until parliament meets on monday to elect a new prime minister against the backdrop of the war in ukraine. germany is mocking the anniversary of deliberation of the balkan vital concentration camp at the end of world war 2, holocaust survivors and jewish leaders gathered to remember nazi crimes that were committed there during the holocaust american forces liberated the camp in april 1945 representatives of russia and bell of roost were not to attend the memorial.
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after a russian attack in ukraine killed a holocaust survivor. political correspondent, thomas barrow filed this report from the camp. the atmosphere is always heavy. always difficult in full manase concentration comes like this one. my quickened by 280000 people from all over europe was sent here by the nazis 56000 people were killed. and the atmosphere to date is even more difficult because events here had been by have been overshadowed by the wool in ukraine. camp survivors have condemned the russian invasion of ukraine, and in fact, russian government officials were an invited to ceremonies here in book invite on. this also has to do with the death of the parties, romance jenko, 96 year old. he survived full concentration camps including foreign vide,
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but was killed in the ukrainian city of hockey in march. therefore, it is particularly important that participants here to day it book and abide, renewed. a pledge for a world in peace and freedom. thomas barry they in bo confide, will coming up next on d. w is our series of talk. feel that go with degrees, came out a sex for an operator who wrote her master's thesis on for potato raring to read a not to turn on. well, if it's more ridiculous from there, you don't you literature list 100 german must read that we're interested the.


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