by the police on purpose. if i said i'm going on with the way that you tell the story isn't what can make a difference. ah, russia's president leads victory day in moscow, drawing parallels between the defeat of nazi germany and the so called special military operation in ukraine. ah, on these barca, this is al jazeera life from london, also coming up to lancaster, prime minister, resigns after weeks of demonstrations, but clashes between rival protest as times deadly. for people including an m. p, a killed in the philippines. unofficial election results suggestive markets from
once again be the countries president a tragic life, captured and vibrant color, the staggering price expected for and the will house classic portrait of maryland. ah, russia's president has told his forces that fighting for the motherland and its future and ukraine. vladimir putin lead victory day commemorations and moscow. mocking the surrender of nazi germany to soviet troops in 1945. but he stopped short of announcing any plans to step up the military operation in ukraine. also, jabari house ball for moscow. victory day is the most important annual events for russians. but this year it has added significance because of the conflict in ukraine. $11000.00 troops per rated through red square in moscow to
commemorate the soviet victory over nazi germany 77 years ago and estimated $27000000.00 soldiers and civilians from the soviet union died in what the russians call the great patriotic war. president vladimir putin used the occasion to compare the fight against hitler to his so called special military operation in ukraine. the way that i say it is that you're fighting for people in dom bus for the safety of our motherland, russia, and i sure may. the 9th 1945 will always be a trial of our single soviet people, rushes preemptively rebuffed the aggression. it was timely and the only right decision, the decision of a strong sovereign independent country me. some was the yet to leave. as the missiles and other military hardware paraded through the streets, onlookers back their presidents decision to send russian troops into ukraine. no more course, but i think the operation had to take place. we must be in it,
bring it to its logical ent only this way. not a single step back protest by the rule. i fully support the decision of the russian government in i don't condemn it. i think we would have ended up with naziism in yes, as evil. oh great. we must erase all this in ukraine. this fascist tribe must be wiped out from the world completely. that's why putin is doing everything right. always. which and didn't say when the operation might end, but he also didn't use his speech to broaden the conflicts or make a formal declaration of war. as some had feared this civil war appeared to be marked more difficult and blither. are we expected? we expect that this will be a po bottom, or a don boss will cantino. ah, robert, until sir. i'm middle. bob now sanmar and zahn are based on that. his uncles, his bottle, and gun boss on your political decision, sir, now will be made,
put in late flowers at memorials to the 12 so called hero cities, which include odessa and kia for outstanding heroism during world war 2. the commemoration is continued as president putin let the procession of what russians call the immortal regiment, carrying a portrait of his father who fought in world war 2, the and in the city of saint petersburg. he was joined by thousands of others who lost relatives in the war. similar ceremonies were held across russia and in the occupied territories of ukraine. in what is left of mary opal russian back separatist leader, dennis michelin told a small crowd that russia is here forever. president clinton says he has no doubt that the military operation will achieve its objectives in ukraine while he continues to use his country's path to justify its presence. a tactic that's proven to be mostly successful so far. with in russia. dorsey jabari al jazeera moscow,
where ukrainian president vladimir zalinski says russia's actions are a betrayal of victory day as she has a bla. seizure. little russia has forgotten everything that was important to the winners of world or to leave us. but ukraine and the whole free world will remain vanish, so that no one will ever forget ships to gain their weight. she really important words. she never again repeated around the free world every years in memory of the victims of world or to struggle. the russian ambassador to poland has been doused in red paint by anti war protesters during a memorial to mark the end of world war 2. ambassador, sir gay, andrea and his staff were surrounded by demonstrators of the reef laying ceremony and a soviet military cemetery in warsaw, protested, carrying ukrainian flags chanted, fascist killers and shame. before throwing pain to the diplomat. andrea of told reporters he was proud of his country,
and his president un secretary general antonio terrier says moldova is the worst affected of ukraine's neighbors. it has a population of fewer than 4000000 people, but house, about 800000 refugees. another 350000 were processed and crossed through the country. it's the poorest nation in europe. get errors called for all countries to upgrade their economic ties with moldova, of a donors to do more, to help refuge agencies. moldova is a small country with the b cars, but its resources are limited. united nations, all and all fact organizations can only support governments to meet the needs of everyone affected by these war. he followed to humanitarian abuse for $2.00, beating new s dollars inside ukraine. and 1850000000 for the refugees false are fully funded and they have all countries to give generously in global
thoroughness. these are many schools sums, which all stratford is in love, even western ukraine and has more detail as his visit to moldova. i think it's very telling that the un secretary general is in moldova, given what we know about what has happened in the last couple of weeks on increasing phase amongst western analysts. western european governments about potentially this war expanding further into europe, or at least in moldova case, e. u, aspiring countries, let's not forget that it was a couple of weeks ago that a russian general was quoted by it into facts. russian use agency as saying that this phase of russia's war could potentially see russian falls. he's taking control of all of sudden ukraine to that trans mr. region. now transistor is a breakaway republic of moldova. it's not even recognized by russia, but in the last week or so,
we have heard of explosions and shootings in that break away. self declared republic. the transmission authorities blame the ukrainians. they called it a ukrainian terrorist attack or said that all indications suggested that ukraine were, were involved in this, the ukrainians denied it. but also what's very telling is what this russia general said about the oppression of russian speakers inside transmission. and it is that kind of language that was used by valid may uprooting, in order to, in his words, legitimize protecting russian speakers in the breakaway republics of the nets. and luc ganske, you're as president joe biden has approved a new law, speeding up the delivery of weapons of military equipment to ukraine. biden signed off on the lend lease act in the oval office saver u. s. supports ukrainians fight to defend their country and democracy against putin's brutal war. the u. s. has already provided billions of dollars and weapons
to ukraine. ah, israel anchors prime minister may hinder roger packs has resigned. following weeks of protests against the government's failure to solve an unprecedented economic crisis, at least 4 people, including a member of parliament, died and fighting between rival political groups. on monday, dozens were injured. the former prime minister's home as police fire tear gas to try to stop the violence. a nationwide curfew has now been imposed. when l fernandez reports from colombo, a powder keg of anger, frustration, and helplessness among she luncheons. there's been months of discontent over an economy close to bankruptcy. people have been demanding the president, the prime minister, and the government resign, blaming them for mismanagement and corruption premium. a hinder roger box has now
bowed to pressure, done at the hour to hammer them out. why didn't i get with you as a leader who always listened to the people? i'm asking you, i mean, what do we do now? we want maninder. we want my window here. that means i do not need to resign. must ins and around the country. a pro government crowd confronted to testers in colombo, who have spent weeks calling the change. some were injured was tense, and posters were torn up. some said the police did not act fast enough to stop them . but shortly after protest as regrouped and launched a counter attack, targeting the buses that transported them even destroying luxury vehicles and houses belonging to roger folks. loyalists the government imposed a country wide curfew unto wednesday morning and deployed the military to disperse
the crowds. it had the opposite effect. large crowds gathered opposite the president's office, vowing not to be intimidated. prison, good job is moved to sacrifice his brother. doesn't seem to be working to death racing nation is law would do. but he's unlikely to address the cause that demands off to protest even despite the curfew in a state of emergency. many on the roads now because they feel their cause that demand me to be her. neither ammunition was fired when protest is gripped on gets to the premier's residence. the president had invoke the state of emergency on friday. for the past 30 days protested have maintained a largely peaceful campaign, demanding the raja boxer brothers and their government resign. but protested, said the violence unleashed by the prime minister's abort does force them to
respond. police and the armed forces have the challenge of now restoring. come minute fernandez, al jazeera colombo. unofficial results from the philippines show ferdinand marco's junior will be the country's next president. the 64 year old is the son of the country's late dictator who was overthrown and a revolution 36 years ago. his victory would mark a once inconceivable return to power for the marcus family, jemila alan, doug and reports from manila. as vote counting got turned away, it appeared for it didn't mark as junior was surging ahead. he's the son and name sake of the former philippine president described by many as a dictator ousted in 1986 revolution, or that the account is not done. i's dotted or worked, but i wanted to issue a short statement and it essentially is a statement of gratitude to all of those who have been with us in this long and
sometimes very difficult journey. yeah. are you the 10 candidates are running, but for the presidency, it's widely considered a 2 person race, vice president, lenny robledo was also the leader of the opposition, is trailing behind. marcus junior. initial results show a lead, so white poll experts believe it is unlikely ro, brenda can catch up. case ending up was the only one that i am with you in the belief that the elections must respect the full voice. and will of the people my like, it is important that the people continued their belief and respect for democracy. more than 60000000 filipinos voted for the successor to president rodrigo, to 30 in one of ages, oldest democracies. 6 0, here in one of the biggest polling presence in manila voting day was marked with frustration. about malfunctioning boating machines. people lined up for hours and
refused to leave, even as the pulls officially closed. with problem, abram avila, me on board the all. we want to be here one, we want to see our by not going through the machines and see the receipt. some of them looks figure some of them about they in both of the refuse to leave our posts . this election is too important and every vote is sacred. the election commission assures the public that it is very much in control, and the sanctity of the votes is still protected. a marcus presidency would mean an extra ordinary return for a family. there was forcibly removed from power 3 decades ago through people power and could become the most consequential election. in recent philippine history jamal alan, doug and al jazeera manila, you're watching al jazeera still to come, or them 40 prisoners killed in ecuador jail, right? the reasons behind the deadly violence and expanding desert,
swallow up homes and livelihoods in senegal, we meet one community on the front line of a growing global problem. the news isn't secure. good for queensland, you may not necessarily know from the sky what's going on, but just look at this from the cloud which develops into rather persistent right now. exactly where, where to fall isn't certain, but it's going to be queens and, and it could well be influencing the weather in brisbane. you remember the floods that were in brisbin doesn't to be as bad, but they may return in part further north, in tropical ways. but really like a hottest and fairly nasty weather. the forecast, the city itself, persistent rain through wednesday, breaking a bit on thursday and probably more sherry on friday. so we've got about $1.00 to
$200.00 millimeters of rain to come far less than what caused the significant floods. but it's still enough. then use it. in contrast is showing pre seasonal weather light is breeze good. the sunshine temperature is bit where they should be maybe a bit below, but it's sunny all the same. seasonal weather, i think in southeast asia is regular showers. there are 2 tropical icons. one each side of the equation. i will ignore car in the open water. we will go have a look at that one in the bay of bang. goals should be giving rain all the way from the ship, but i'm up to call customer across the coast of me involve it's slowly rotating. it will produce flooding in coastal and pradesh. ah witness. fe, witnessed bravery, witness, reader, witness, slavery, witness. people, witness, power, witness, lifetime. witness. an hour with prejudice. witness.
peace, witness. love witness. ball with me. next door witness lie with lou. ah, a reminder of the top stories here when al jazeera russia's president has told his forces, they're fighting for the motherland and its future in ukraine. vladimir putin lead victory de commemorations in moscow, but he stopped short of announcing any plans to step up the military operation in ukraine. ukraine's president flow to me as a lensky says, russia's actions are betrayal of victory dang. bonham protest. so followed the
resignation of sri lankan prime minister my hinder roger pucks, at least 4 people, including a member of parliament, died and fighting between rival political groups and nationwide curfew has now been imposed on official results from the philippines show. ferdinand michaels junior will be the country's next president. michael studio was reported to have more than twice the number of votes of his closest rival. at least 43 people have been killed during a riot at a prison in ecuador authority, say they were all inmates of bella, vista jail in santo domingo, all than a 100. others escaped to remain at large. the violence broke out after a gang leader was transferred there, which official se caused unrest. well, sandra around patty joins us from ball guitar and neighboring columbia alessandro astonishing number of deaths in a environment that's meant to be secure. what more can you tell us about this incident? absolutely need,
and unfortunately this is just the latest in a series of deadly riots in a number of presidents across the weather. at this late this case happened overnight as you were saying, and be stuck in the city of central dominga. this is roughly 3 hours away to the east from the capitol kito. and it started as a riot between 2 rival gangs. when a new gang leader arrived in this priest in this all, according to the ecuadorian tore this riot, just grew bigger and larger and larger through the hours then and in the end, at least $43.00 people have been killed. the practically all of them stabbed to death. according to the dorian minister of the interior s corps also, i've been injured the and least $108.00. the inmates that took advantage of the
right to escape or fail at large. another 112 were also able to flee that have been recap, shared by the police. we've also seen scenes of relative, many of the inmates outside of the prison desperate to get some information to know us. their relatives are alive or not. and certainly of course, this isn't the 1st such ryan was the government doing about it? yes. at least 400 or nearly 400 inmates have died in at least 6 major riots in different presence in a little over a year. this just gives you an idea of how big of a problem this has become and whether the government has been really struggling to try and bring the situation under control. the government says that this has to do mostly with the term for
a longer different gangs. but it's clear that in the last couple of years, this has to do with a worsening of the drug trafficking inside the door and increasing the use of routes inside the weather. for cocaine, that is produced both here in columbia and imperial and also security experts that will tell you that it has to do with the arrival and the larger influences that power full mexican cartels or have now and whether a month ago, printed in to get yet more or less so announced a special plan to try and bring the situation under control. but it's clear that that hasn't happened yet. alessandra, thank you. protests are expected in mexico to month one month since the disappearance of an 18 year old deputy escobar. the law students body was found in a water tank at a roadside motel 2 weeks after she was last singing. her death spunk,
a nationwide outcry over the country spiraling fem aside race with an estimated 11 women killed each day. mine will report reports from mexico city. this is a photograph of devany escobar. it was taken on the night. she disappeared in monterey mexico. exactly one month ago. though multiple government agencies participated in the search for devany. her lifeless body was found almost 2 weeks later at a location that had been overlooked as many as 4 times by searchers. as public pressure mounted on state, prosecutors, authorities were forced to admit some mistakes may have been made in the handling of the investigation on their moth bottleneck woolfolk fable focus hillary so sees at our disposal to was determining what happened. and if this employee as a crime is taking place, we will apply the full force of the law. the heat deb and his family says the case highlights the failures of authorities,
both to protect women in mexico and to solve crimes committed against them. what are what sylvia devanie was missing for several days. the state prosecutor's office didn't do their job correctly. my mistake was trusting the prosecutor's office. ah, disappearances are all too common problem and live alone in just the 1st few months of this year. more than 60 women have been reported missing in the city of monterey alone. head out of the martinez has been looking for his sister for more than a month now. he says, assistance from the government in finding her has been like having no help at all. but i me better the atom for me the 1st 16 days she was missing wasted, which is very important. the longer my system remains missing as evidence. bellefort is not doing a good job. many in this part of mexico say that a lot of the complaints about the government lacking resources, having poor training and a tendency by authorities to down play. the seriousness of the problem can be traced back decades a why like is that one as a lease?
his daughter, brenda went missing in 2011, though brenda was later found dead. one a has since dedicated her time to helping other families find that they are missing, loved ones alive, and to call on the government to do more about missing persons cases. no, c, g, as in dog lawson is moss m. it is. it's the same investigator as always, and the same inconsistencies as 2011. the authorities don't do their jobs, right? they say they have equipment. we looked into this and the only thing year is their job titles. the case of devanie escobar sparked protests across mexico, once again shining a spotlight on the worsening problem of impunity. which experts say fuels higher rates of violence and disappearances. according to the latest report by the united nations committee on enforce disappearances, $748.00 women disappeared in mexico in just the 1st 4 months of this year. that's
an average of 7 women going missing every day. and read apollo al jazeera mexico city. world leaders and delegates are meeting in ivory coast capital abidjan to find ways to protect biodiversity. the main goal of the meeting is to stop a fertile land turning into deserts. the un estimates $12000000.00 hectares of arable land is lost every year. nicholas huck reports from an affected village and synagogues potter region on the edge of this, a hell in northern senegal is no doubt they no longer away says, but a village sinking into sand, gone, or the green pastures and vegetable gardens. it hasn't rained for almost 10 months . the villagers used to grow food. now they're going hungry. they're emaciated cattle. look for what's left on the sound. hope for shamble. bog comes in the shape of a cloud high above. but will it rain?
i don't think so. even when it rains, it doesn't stick to the ground. it's gotten so hard. even birch dropped from the sky. it feels like the desert is moving forward, swallowing our village. and so the men are leaving on the move is onion. farmer buck are gay. he sold his land for a $1000.00 using the money to pay a trafficker to take him to spain by boat. he worked as a stonemason in mulligan, constructing homes for british taurus before being caught, and deported by spanish. authorities made on the situation is bad. it's bad for all of us. we can't go back to farming on the coast, people's homes being destroyed by the rising ocean. i am ready to try to go to europe again. and there are many more like me. might have someone give you my do fall, spend 4 years in the spanish prison for trafficking africans to spain. i can't trust the people and not seen war but droughts. it's when there is no water,
no rain for 8 to 9 months. there are more punches to europe and so traffic is but for that term of the year when people are desperate to do the crossing. for now, these men have turned to fishing in santa we, but the catch is meagre. access to the waters are restricted because of next year. british petroleum will begin extracting liquid natural gas on their fishing. and this is behind me as a senegalese navy ship here not to protect the fishing vessels and fishermen from the rough seas, but rather to protect that be platform that you see in the distance. it is here. one of the biggest discovery of liquid natural gas in the last 2 decades. the problem is beneath that platform is a cold water coral reef rich in bio diversity. and that's about to be destroyed. the discovery will bring some new jobs and revenue for senegal, but most here face an uncertain future, caught between
a rising ocean and an expanding desert. nicholas hawk al jazeera and jol day northern senegal. one of the most recognizable portraits of marilyn monroe is going up for auction in the u. s. and the war house 19 sixty's painting is expected to be the most expensive 20th century, all work to sell at auction. the proceeds will be donated to a foundation the supports children's health and education programs. kristin salumi as more from new york a modern day mona lisa, that's how the chairman of christie's is describing a portrait of marilyn monroe, anti war halls, shot sage blue. marilyn is up for auction, one of the series, the 1st to be auctioned off in nearly 25 years, were all created the iconic silkscreen image of monroe after the actress died of a sleeping pill overdose in 1962. some 60 years later. the public is still
fascinated by her life and death was genius is because he encapsulated the tragedy and the disaster of marilyn the suicide. after having the most amazing life being the most beautiful woman. the peace comes from the private collection of thomas and doris amman. and is the centerpiece of the auction houses, marquis sales week or house maryland is expected to shatter records for contemporary art when it goes up for auction on monday, bringing in the realm of $200000000.00 or more instantly putting its fire in an elite class of collectors, there is no reach and that is completely disinterested with also tells you something. the impending sale is attracting international interest. why is this piece expected to fetch more than any other contemporary art piece in history? in this case, you guess a beautiful painting by one of the greatest artists afford history and who gets the
most famous main thing off this artists to show the beauty and disaster at the same time? no other painting has ever shown to so well. and perhaps no other painting has been so well poised to capitalize on post pandemic pent up demand to see and purchase art. kristin salumi al jazeera new york. ah. the top stories on al jazeera, russia's president has told his forces there fighting for the motherland and its future in ukraine. vladimir putin lead victory de commemorations in moscow, marking the surrender of nancy germany to soviet troops in 1945. but he stopped short of announcing any.