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are going to push as far as they can in russian territory. what do we know did the counter offensive that continues?, right? >> reporter: yes. it continues even as the referendums continues. the state agency putting out new numbers this morning. this is in the 1960s. as you say, this counter offense continues. and ukraine president zelenskyy said it addressed on monday
evening. and now it is the priorities. they said they want to cain goal over it. that is one of the key objectives. it is continuing to try and push this. we want to thwart all and my activity. russia supporting this shell schools in the enhanced regions. this is being used as a polling center. is it one of the ways that they are trying to thwart the enemy activity is by thwarting the rev referendums. this is happening in the presence of armed guards. we are expecting to move quickly once the voting is over
and russia declare that the regions said they will join the region. they said they believe they have enough of a margin to declare that. >> people arm the. people have been look over voters' shoulders. lots of evidence there that this is a staged votes. what is surprising, is that the kremlin, things are not going as they see. the exits at this point. >> reporter: this is an admission by the kremlin, not in the policy, but an acknowledge there have been issues when it comes to executing the decree on mobilization. he acknowledged with the gunman on monday, there are people that haven drafted in that did not fit the criteria. they say that the work is going
to fix this problem. this had been building over a number of days and over the weekend. they had been coming in that people should not be drafted in and perhaps the kremlin is trying to calm the anger it is seeing in the population is seeing in this mobilization. we still have the fire brand talk show host as seen as an easy effort. they are calling them out, although they did not call putin out himself. >> is it important that he is
very influential. we appreciate that update. ukraine's president said that the number one thing now is to the months of intense shelling. we look at what residents in one town are going through. >> reporter: when the blast pause, it is quiet. there are few blessings to count. most are bitter. one here. this is a private world torn open by a russian rocket to days earlier, but a place that may persuade you to believe in miracles. 19 people were trapped up here. but not one of them were
injured. >> i blanked twice and i could not see. the balcony doors blew open and it is trash came in. someone screamed, don't come out. there is no i watch. it is a miracle. i cannot call it anything else. >> reporter: putin threatens this. the shelling has become too much for some. they evacuate nina, 73 after six months of living without water. she hope that she is the left person to leave her block.
a rocket hits her building. she was unscathed. the agony before this moment lying around, the picks of life left. for any student daughter that died of meningitis at age 40. and now the choices of what to leave and what to take. this may be the last time that the lights go out on this home. she's taken to the court yard where dozens of similar ago any have gathered waiting for the evacuation bus. after six months of hell, the
[ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: this is being responded to by the russian bombing. some leave have lives and everything left behind them and not sure of what lies up ahead. still to come for us, japan holds a state funeral for the former pririme minister. we'll have the latest from the ceremonies. and why the protesters did not
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of tokyo speaking out against the government's use of some $12 million of public bank roll to pay for this event. blake, it was done with dozens of world leaders and rulers. and it was a contentious service. >> reporter: yes. he did so much to raise japan's profile globally. we saw the protesters constantly throughout the day. there are some about 25-meters from where i'm standing, you have the protesters on a
loudspeaker and it is nonstop for several hours. this controversial state funeral has divided this country. it said it was honor the depp dem diplomatic tribute. images were shown and several people delivered several speeches. >> he preach the interceptions of the two oceans. you took his ideas allege developed them for a free and open region that serves many countries and many people. you have dramatically
strengthened relations with the u.s. and dramatically enhancing the japan/u.s. deterrent. the diplomacy has noticed good relations with every country in the world. >> reporter: that was the result of the high ranking officials and world leaders that have attended this state funeral. roads have been blocked off. and it drastically increased security. there are long lines of people telling us that they have been waiting for hours for the chance to lay flowers at areas set aside to say good-bye to japan's prime minister. a constant stream of protesters have been marching and chanting and getting into altercations with the police near the state funeral venue.
56% stand in opposition of this state funeral. a if you know reasons why the opposition has been growing and the leadership of the unification church and the state funeral will cost the taxpayers 1.6 million yen. there are still a lot of people that credit him with shaping the japan that exists today and feels that a state funeral is appropriate. >> and the protesters, they are a stark contrast, what was the reverence of the people bowing to his widow. there is so much more that meets the eye from the state funeral, and much more from what blake was explaining.
not just japan and taiwan, but also influencing japan/u.s. relations. he did make an official state visit in 2018 to beijing to try to thaw the icy relation says deteriorated during his tenure as japan's longest living prime minister. the chinese were unhappy with a lot of things. you heard the prime minister of japan was the brain child and the one that came up with the personal indo-pacific. it was send there had in mainland china. in taiwan, he is being celebrated. there was a statute unveiled in southern taiwan that said in chinese, taiwan's internal friend. that is because he did develop such close ties with taiwan. in his final months was
speaking out on behalf of taiwan's democracy and the response of defending taiwan saying that the united states could move away, leaving an open question, whether it would get involved or try to make a move on the self-govern democracy, could pose a threat to this eye island and japan. it is certainly easier in a sense for other countries around the world to celebrate a leader when there or a lot more complex issues that people graupel with in their daily lives. but certainly in taiwan, he is considered as that statute says, a friend. in mainland china, they put out condolence, there were scores
of people that celebrated the fact that he was assassinated. and the chinese government did not censor those and only sent a prime minister to the delegation. >> striking there. you laid out how he will be so polarizing, not only at home but abroad as well. cnn has obtatained video clips of trump alley rodger stone. italy is expected to select the
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lawful and unusual reactions. these were the times. so the far right brothers of italy have claim the european right saying that francis la pen are celebrating the victory t but the eu is weary. vice president are saying these will be difficult times from europe. we have more from rome. >> reporter: the leader the italy coalition will now likely be the first female prime minister of italy. despite low voter turnout, she was able to secure the majority to get the far right and censored rights politician. as italians woke up on monday morning, they grab gap fueled.
>> i think the main problem of my generation and the next generation is the environment of the problems. we have a lot of problem with the energy crisis. so let's see what they want to do. and i'm not really excited. >> reporter: italy, like the rest of europe, feeling the energy crisis. this coffee bar has been here in the family since 1929. >> the biggest problem there is that the cost of the energy because we had increase of 5 times more than before. from 15,000 and now we have
maybe 54,000. >> reporter: they want a government that puts the people first. >> we have to see if we find an agreement among the three to make things for people and italy. >> reporter: this is a symbol of hope of that change. this woman tells me that she has a strong character it could intimidate some, she likes her and she hopes there will be change. he told me it was other's weakness that's led to the victory. brothers of italy were able to understand the voter discontent. but he tells me that in italy, we change our minds very often.
we're a divided country and very different from north to south. he has 24 perecent. but that could be 10% in a couple of months. he wanted a clear mandate not seen in italy for decades. she campaign on traditional family values against immigration and giving back. >> there is a lot of pressure on her to do a good job and to unite the country. they had 67 governments in the last 75 years. and people are looking to her now. she needs a clear mandate and needs to do something with it. >> thank you for bringing the e voices o of the italians. she will try to put this cocoalition together. thank you very much. still to come, a mission to protect the planet all in the
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i see that defiance is strong even with the anti- government protests. this began after the death of 22-year-old -- in the custody of iran's morality police. the family blames the police brutality. the authorities claim she had a heart attack. this is the largest protest in three years. they have been following this for several days. and it seems to be no match for the momentum behind the
protests. >> reporter: is it very difficult for us to say how big or how widespread the protests are because the government is severely restricting the internet. is it blocking social media platforms. we start getting video because that is when the protesters take to the streets. that is what we saw on monday night. it shows protesters back on the streets of different cities across the country. they do seem undeterred with the government crackdown. you have dozens of people killed according to different organizations a.m. no, amnesty international.
they think it will intensify in the coming days. the regime supporters out. the organized pro government rally is the protesting against the protesters. they say at a is to destabilize the public that would unleash the brutal force of dissent. is it blocking internet and and blocking protesters on the streets. no one really knows how many lives have been lost. but the gut wrenching themes of
those grieving their loved ones are slowly trickling out. the heartache and the agony and the families burying the dead leave no words to explain. she was 36 and shot at the protest last week. the family said that they bled to death. this child was only 15, one of several children killed during the protests. this woman said enough to detyranny and depression. she never made it back. her family said that she was shot six times. she is a young woman that loved her country, loves music, dressing up and dancing. her devastated sister mourning
her in this instagram post. she write, sis, how did they have the heart to shoot you? my tears have dried up and i can't breathe. forgive me that i was not there to defend you. she was 23. the threat of bullets and prison and flogging has not stopped the protests. nightfall brought hundreds back on the streets. the daring chance is to the dictator echoing in the dark streets of iran. a defiant generation and they are doing it all in freedom that they have never known. we're not able to save. but we are getting information
in from different human rights organizations, including amnesty international and they put the death toll at 30, 50 people. and they are concerned it is far worse than that. we may not know the true extent of this crackdown. thank you. i'm paula newton. i'll be back with more cnn newsroom in just a moment. ft ty prides an unbeatable clean on 24 hour dried-on stains. skip the rinse witfinish to save our water. not flossing well? then add the whoa! of listerine to your routine. new science shows it gets in between teeth to destroy 5x more plaque above the gumline than floss. for a cleaner, healthier mouth. listerine. feel the whoa! shipstation saves us so much time it makes it really easy and seamless pick an order print everything you need slap the label on ito the box and it's ready to go our cost for shipping, were cut in half
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