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exploring modern lifestyles and the mediterranean meeting, people are hearing their dreams. many to me journey this week on d. w ah ah, this is dw news live from berlin to night, ukraine bowing to take back right near from the russian ukrainian president zalinski told war leaders today the war with russia will not in the until the russian annexation of crimea is also coming up tonight. germany, chancellor in canada in search of new energy sources but ending dependence on
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russian oil and gas is not going to be ease and voters in angola said to head to the poles, the long time governing party facing serious competition. ah, i bring up it's good to have you with is almost 6 months into the russian invasion of ukraine and the future of the crimean peninsula is more than ever part of the calculus for how to end the war to de ukrainian president zalinski promised to do everything possible to recover crimea, which was illegally annexed by russia in 2014 other western leaders expressed their support for their position. during a summit to day, germany's chance are all up shoulds, also pledged additional military aid to the tune of 500000000 euros. here's more of
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what will lead of said to day a bet, some when the russian regime blames sanctions for the food crisis around the world, they're engaging in disinformation. we need to continue fighting russian dis information. that's why canada will create a dedicated team to help increase our capacity to monitor and detect russian and other state sponsored different dis information. the international community also has to engage actively in the long term reconstruction of ukraine. rearing in mind the size of the challenge, we need to accelerate the work that we started to lou randall in support of this process, like capacity as president of the g 7. and together with the pin commission, i will host an international high level expert conference for reconstruction in berlin and october. we will never recognize the illegal annexation of crimea and save us to poll by the russian federation. we are deeply concerned about the human
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rights violations in the crimean peninsula. the disappearances, the torture. the killings, the persecution of crimean tartarus, the intimidation and incarceration of journalists, lawyers, and human rights defenders. this is the dark reality of proteins, occupation. the european union will tirelessly work with the ukrainian authorities and our partners to expose these violations, to hold those responsible, accountable, and to support the victims we are with you were earlier i spoke to our correspondent my cheeseburger, and i asked him what this latest round of pledges from western allies what it all means for you. great. every weapon that arrives in the ukraine is seen as
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a relief here because the biggest problem of the ukranian army is still that they are, they have less weapons and less ammunition than the russians. this has shifted somewhat or with the western weapons arriving, and her being more effective actually than the russian weapons being more able to target specifically her targets behind the frontline, for example, ammunition dumps and, and, and, and a strategic objects. and that has of course, east the pressure on the ukranian army that was very high in, in may. but still russia is or has much more ammunition and is shelling indiscriminately along the front lines and her ukraine. things every ukrainian souls i've talked to says we have no more weapons, we can defend ourselves better. but it's not enough to eventually start an offensive or to move on fasts. and all of this much he is on the eve of
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a national holiday in ukraine that be independence day. we're going to talk about that in just a moment. but 1st, we want to take a look at how people are marking independence day. mon hosting the national flag. i had a few cranes independence day, a usually festive commemoration, but not this year, as it also marked 6 months since russia's invasion. me calling, there is name, we will never recognize any one's flag of our land and in our sky. navy is as we are always ready to defend our blue and yellow colored c. i ask you now to commemorate with a moment of silence the heroes who gave their lives so that roy gears anti gallery with dully ukraine, his band, bigger celebrations, of a fear of fresh rush and strikes in keith, whatsoever. not every one shares that concern. europe, a steel of a choice. we do feel a bit tense, but it doesn't disrupt our lives. this is our reality. and in the my article, no,
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i have no feeling of insecurity. i come from her keith, it is dangerous. there and keith, i don't have the feeling i've been living here for a month. there's no, no insecurity, blue vietnam way. of course we know that there can be attacks, but when we are worried, we can hide alamahood. the mulatto who yeah. dorski. yes, you can feel the tension a bank that's just too much information about it and that has an effect on you with her. otherwise everything else seems to be working the business and transports. are you for lots are i'm a suburbia other. what else can you do from to your cities that sir hon? you can't hide in the basement for amazon. it will put volume. miss, precious. life has to go on. you remove her to finish. yes, it is the eve of independence day in ukraine, motifs. over reports today that people are once again fleeing the capital city,
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fearing there could be more russian air strikes. talk to me about this, this the sense of renewed threat of what have you seen in her so what we see if you're in the streets of keys and then you wouldn't say that people are scared. people are still out in the cafes and the restaurants out there. they have this. there's this, sir. they call it a parade of burnt our tank. sir. they brought to the city center, a burnt old russian tanks and people are walking around. they're curious, taking pictures and so on. but if you talk to people, of course some have left the city some have said, okay, i'd rather spend this week at my mother's house somewhere in the countryside or, or, or, or are taking other precautions because of course, the, the threat is there. this is a very symbolic day, and the authorities, the americans are services and the ukrainian authorities have warned that there
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might be strikes on key if for this weekend. so here in the capitol, people are aware and of course in other parts of the country as well. we've seen that before, that even when the capital was relatively quiet or other cities that were never at the front line or anywhere close, would suddenly be hit with many casualties and earth did. there is definitely a sense that something might happen, but people are defiant as always. it amusement he has girl, a girl reporting to light from keep on the eve of i think we can say the most unusual independence days in ukraine. my dear thank is a quick look now at some of the other stories making headlines around the world. the international criminal courts chief prosecutor, is expressed frustration over the lack of accountability for crimes committed during the dar for conflict ensued and addressing the un security council today by video link, the prosecutors said that survivors of that armed conflict need action not words.
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brazil's far white present enjoyable to narrow, has attempted to come fears that he'll try and overturned the results of october's presidential election if he loses. he said that he will respect the outcome as long as the voting is what he calls clean and transparent. malaysia's top court has upheld x prime minister naji, but results corruption conviction. he was a key figure in the plundering of a sovereign wealth fund. rosalyn is now headed to prison for 12 years. he is the country's 1st former prime minister to be sent to prison firefighters in portugal captured a phenomenon on camera to day as they battled a wildfire in the north. you see it right there. fire tornadoes can dramatically worse in serious places, making them spread rapidly, like several european countries. portugal has seen an increased number of wildfires
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this year from now to the impact of the war in ukraine on energy german, cesar o. sholtes and canadas prime minister justin trudeau have arrived in the canadian town of stevenville in newfoundland, where one of the most modern hydrogen plants is scheduled to be built. the 2 leaders have signed a hydrogen deal turban energy companies have already agreed to import canadian hydrogen minister for earlier. today. speaking of the business form, chancellor showed stress that canada is germany's partner of choice for energy minister rollin, as you may know, is trying to end its dependence on russian gas before supplies. possibly dwindle this winter, i asked our political corresponded huns brought to tell us more about this hydrogen deal. well, this concerns what's called green hydrogen. that's a production of hydrogen by using clean energy by using carbon neutral energy. this
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is thought of something that could happen in the northeast of kind of a canada, where there's a lot of wind power available. and this hick liquefied hydrogen could then be exported for instance to germany. this is a project that is also thought about as a medium term plan as something that reaches far into the future into an industry that could be carbon neutral and shots, a german chancellor saying that canada could be a major producer of such green hydrogen. but it's something that could only happen at the earliest about 3 years time. so it's also something that's where the plans are being laid well into the future. nothing that's going to happen very quickly. baton front reporting, they're here in berlin. civil war, an oil boom corruption, scandal says a recent events that have been made a rough ride in and go on wednesday. voters there go to the polls and for the 1st time in the countries democratic history, the long time governing party,
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the m p l. a. is facing serious competition. ah, music, dance and good mood. what looks like a massive party is infected opposition, really and angola, capital luanda. and despite the good mood supporters of the opposition party or nita have serious demise. i want to change this time because of the opportunity is that we don't have hearing all mentally has young isaac. i see a lot of guys who are forming bod. we don't have a budget to work. i got it out of there. so i'm supposed to have a proper job, but i don't, i have to watch carson motorcycles to make a living. that's why we need change on an older emotional doesn't. angola is a country of stock contrasts africa's biggest oil producer has one of the most expensive capitals in the world. yet the majority of an goldens still live in of
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which is why the former independence movement m, p l a has been in power for almost 5 decades. 5 years ago, president rowden so took over branding himself as a reformer. now he wants to be re elected dollars. the bromley boys, the ball division, real man, followed up on top of the fall. we had the courage to break it, had to and start the fight against corruption. we told the justice system to do what they are supposed to do, and this is what they did say. yes, the something viewed. well, god, mary said, but many and goal and say the promises when not fulfills corruption, remains the problem and the oil welf hasn't trickled down to the general population . people here are expecting the most competitive elections in the history of the country. well, at least at the surface the country doesn't have a history of free and fair elections, and many doubt it will be any different. this time in the evening we meet hammond
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did obasi. one of the things was and so and the blood graduates who lost trust in the system, his mother and father died years ago, but he shows us that they are still in the vote at database. man, again, this is, it is complicated, is that get enough money. so i don't know if that process is transparent. if we have minors or dead people on the database, we can't agree with the electoral procedures that say ya, 9 dash one, ace. and these, but the government has dismissed these instances as technical issues saying then no reasons for consume. making the opposition really main candied it. i'd be out to a junior is confident his spot. you, anita, will win this time despite tensions aimed expected, tight results. so far the campaigns, if been peaceful. oh, jamaica is olympic champion. you same boat wants to trade mark his famous. you see
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it right there. lightning bolt. celebration post just like michael jordan's slam dunk. but wants to use the silhouette of his distinctive pose on a number of products. the 36 year old, one multiple olympic titles and world championship gold during his career. and he still holds the world record in the 10200 meter sprints. after a short break, i think janelle is going to be back with the w stick around business news. i'll see you tomorrow. departure be to the to day this means flying to a foreign planet. in the 16th century, it meant lena captain.


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