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ah, many success stories rational biodiversity sign starts november 18th, d w ah, [000:00:00;00] ah, this is d, w. news live from berlin. russian president vladimir putin urges people to leave the occupied ukrainian city of care song. riverside that's russia's military,
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may leave the area in the face of the ukrainian and thoughts on the program. hoping on a fine line on his trip to china. german chancellor, olaf shoulds aust: beijing to use its influence to end the war and crane and expand economic ties. clos twitches new owner billionaire. a long lost flashes job for the bid to make the platform more profitable. ah, i'm a hello mohammad. welcome to the program. russian president vladimir putin has urged civilians to leave the city of hare san as ukrainian troops advance in the area. the statement is the latest indication that russia's military may be planning to withdraw from the occupied ukrainian city. it may not look like it, but this river could soon beyond the front line here, russian soldiers are assisting residents from the occupied ukrainian city of her
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son crossing from the right bank of the denise pro to the left, according to troops here around 1200 vehicles. and $5000.00 civilians are being transported every day and its suggested that they may be about to do the same. a signal perhaps that moscow is ready to give up ground in this wall. what is law? what i think potentially the russian army is ready for another act of good will regarding the left bank of a denise prego, just in the area of a city of hassan. but for this, they will still have to take losses due to the response of our armed forces in moscow, no official word yet on the withdrawal of troops to the left bank. instead, president putin seemed to be enjoying festivities to mark russia's unity day, a national holiday to celebrate
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a popular uprising against polish and lithuanian forces in $1612.00. this year the focus was also on the annexation of ukrainian territories. with some young volunteers, given an audience with mister putin, where he explains why people are being told to leave her son ah, affiliate with her for those living in her son should be removed from his own, where the most dangerous military actions are taking place. the civilian population should not suffer from shelling from the offensives counter offensives or any other actions connected to be ongoing military operations. for elective labs liberating her san city would be a major victory for keith. these ukrainian soldiers digging in for the winter and nearby mc alive know they may be told to head that way soon. but there's a feeling here that any offensive will be complicated,
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and they will need more supplies and weapons if any assault is to succeed. foreign ministers from the g 7 group have pledged to keep supporting ukraine through the coming winter. at talks in germany, german foreign minister and lena bear book also criticized iran's crack down on protests and called for action on the climate crisis. but russia's invasion of ukraine remained. top of the agenda. it's ellen yee talking. we're counting every day of this group. war of aggression that russia is waging against ukraine is i, every single day is one day to many sock every single day means a brutal attack on innocent people in ukraine in there. and it means suffering. it delights on destruction. would when such do been wont. germany's chancellor has asked tina to use its influence on russia to stop the war in ukraine. olaf sholtes made the request during a one day trip to beijing. he met chinese president judging ping and premier leeker chung. he also made a case for stronger business ties,
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but critics at home say germany is over dependent on its trade with china, and that's risky. an unusual reception in unusual times because of china, strict sera code policy, german chancellor, olive sholtes had to get tested before leaving the plain covert protocols. also set the tone at his meeting with chinese leaders. she no handshake, no welcoming gesture. during their talks, both leaders said far apart from each other, symbolic not to the divergence of their political positions. all of shells said he wanted to discuss the ranking, economic ties, but also address differences. see, however, propos skipping over the differences, urging for what he called a more pragmatic course. after meeting with china's premier li, catching all of shall said, shabby president, jesus, i told presidency that it is important for china to use its influence on russia. it's about being in line with the principles of the united nations charter,
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which we have all agreed upon. china so far hasn't distance itself from russia and even benefits from the western sanctions on moscow. lee, however, took on the role of peacemaker from those sheila, the 2 sides. hope that this crisis can be ended as soon as possible. the situation can be east one and it really can not be escalated and i was starting point is to promote peace talk. so she all sure, sure. time as human rights record was on the agenda in as far as all of short said that he addressed the situation of the suppressed weaker minority. well, here's the look of the mother stories making headlines around the world. the united states and its allies on the un security council have confronted russia and china over the condemnation of north korea's recent muscle tests. tanya has launched over a dozen ballistic missiles in less than 2 weeks. the u. s. has accused moscow and
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beijing of making excuses for north korea's violations of un sanctions. pakistan's former prime minister in wine khan says he was aware of a plot to kill him a day before the gun attack on his protest. march con is recovering in hospital after being shot and wounded in the leg, his the porter se the attack was an attempted assassination, and are protesting in cities around the country. her testers and ryan police clashed in the northern iranian city of rushed and mature footage, shows crowds charging the police, forcing them to retreat and regroup. nationwide anti government demonstrations erupted in iran after the death of a young woman in police custody 7 weeks ago. authorities have closed primary schools in india's capital, new delhi, g 2 hazardous levels of slog. they're asking people to work from home and carpool to reduce the air pollution,
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which has been exacerbated by thousands of crop fires. in northern india, a thick haze hangs over new delhi, obscuring buildings, and leaving people gasping for air. i feel like if i stay here for 110, really good. that was good. me a lot. a toxic makes of dust, traffic fumes, and industry emissions means people in india's capital are effectively breeding in smoke. as the air quality index hits more than 10 times the global safety threshold . children are sent home from school. others have no choice but to stay in the smoke if they want to earn a living. lucille, they are woman wobble because of pollution. my eyes, her thompson, and i have difficulty breathing of her morning little cause because especially in the morning won't put us on you. it's hard to drive my taxi because of the pollution it blows. i hope the air improve is over so that we can feel better. i mean my vehicle is open. one of it affects us more than people in cars, but i don't want to go the other one,
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but this isn't new. india often tops internationalists of the world's most polluted countries and 2019 air pollution killed more indians than any other risk factor. including tobacco use drugs and obesity. but the sudden dip and air quality this week is being fueled by farmers in the northern state of punjab. burning crop residue despite government efforts to discourage the yearly practice. the farmers use it as a fast and cheap method to clear the fields in order to prepare them to plant winter crops. such for employees are serene. the company in a class action lawsuit of amassed layoffs, new owner, and been in an ill on mosque, told employees they would be notified about terminations, bar, email, touch, or offices are closed for the day and badge access removed. while there has been no official announcement, specifying the number of layoffs, u. s. media reports say half of twitches,
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workforce is being let go. i spoke to goran kalak. he is an associate professor of strategic management at mcmaster university in canada. i began by asking him about his reaction to the layoff that twitter. so this is not entirely unsurprising. twitter has never been very efficient. so can you once that the kind of stands out? so snapshot has 50 percent more users and twitter, but twitter has 50 percent more employees. so our per employee basis, twitter is never been very efficient. so even before must to cough there was some expectation that there could be mosley ups with water. and how do you see twitter operating now, since we are seeing these mass less so it's quite possible that what you learn mosque is trying to do is kind of play to his strengths. so he hasn't never really bought a company like this before. he has started new companies, tesla space, x, the rolling whole list of companies who has been able to bring in his own culture.
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and you kind of see this now with twitter words bring in friends in top executive positions. and he's laying off people and bringing even employees like software developer, some tesla. so we could be seeing a cultural change to a twitter, and that could be what he's planning. now, what about the state of the company financially? because mosque has said twitter experience the drop in revenue since he took over and he's blaming this on activists. pressurizing advertises advertises, what are your thoughts on that? yeah, i think mask might be exaggerating there a little bit. so advertisers are understandably nervous about the change that's going to happen. think they care about the brand safety and, and just to be clear on, unlike instagram, which is all about inspiration, twitter is about information. so twitter was never an ideal platform for advertising, and this is why it's, it's, it's slightly more risky than instagram. so advertisers are definitely at this point taking their time and, and seeing what's gonna happen. so this is,
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this is i think what's making must very nervous. right. and looking at the bigger picture, what direction do you see twitter heading in under mosque? does he have a viable strategy? yeah that's, that's a very good point. so musk is a trial and error type of type of person. so when he manages his other businesses, it's very much like running an entrepreneurial firm. he sets out these master's master plans but, but nobody's really certain whether he can or does follow them. he often set expectations which, which he can't meet, which is on understandable. this is how we achieve says high level of innovation. so nobody really knows is going to happen with twitter. this is why the advertisers leaving. in fact, if it's not certain that mosque himself knows what's happening with twitter, there's many directions to take the company, but i'm not even sure he knows this point what's gonna happen. and just very quickly looking at the short term, how do you see these latest nerves affecting how content is being moderated? for example,
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we had the u. s. meetings coming up in the next few days. so i think in the short term there will be no change in how content is moderated on twitter. there's already so many things happening at twitter that are increasing risk for the company. like you said, advertisers leaving, i think is gonna try to minimize this risk by making no other big waves. current collect. thank you very much indeed for insights. start to the been to seek us union berlin have dominated top spots in the table full 6 weeks in a row. the club that was already promoted to the top flight 3 years ago and now possible title contenders. but it's something they'd rather not talk about anything as possible if you're only on berlin that include scoring a goal in the last minute of a match to grab the 4th 3 points as seen here. last sunday, against boucher mentioned blackboard. but damn mentioned the bonus, eager title, and the players are quick to where should off an audit either. so as far away,
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so maybe this afternoon go from game to game. oh, really good for my with the keyboard going i this and i guy. those are something suitable perhaps noon. it's just trying to keep it real. they know exactly what they good at. and that's where the focus goes. like paying on home turf, where they have yet to lose again this term. and they've shown that they can keep up with the big dies, beating light take endorsement, as well as holding by on to a point. but that wouldn't be the full story. the defense is another factor on your own. have only conceded 9 goals in 12 games. the fewest in the league. yes. even less than by an munich. and in attack, they have the surprise of the season. shiranda becker, exceeding all expectations with 6 goals and 3 assists so far. then again, you shouldn't be surprised at all, because coach was fish is known for making play. it's bet on. it's the fisher effect. but even he dismissed any title,
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talk the in dollars group. it's a great feeling. last we let the fans celebrate on deed and they're allowed to sing melba for all much for us. it's just a snapshot in time told it's great, although we have one of those. is there no coordination, sir? give on. and some might argue that seek straight matches on top of the bin as he got table is more than that. and perhaps an indicator of what's to come. you're watching d. w. nice life from berlin, coming up next is the w business with my colleague of watts. i'll season a by you sick? can't be destroyed. you can try, but it's impossible. ah,


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