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this is deja vu news live from berlin a three way concentration is brewing between israel syria and iran syrian forces shot out an israeli fighter jet they say it was one of eight targeting iran attacks positions inside syria israel's prime minister says his country was defending itself against a violation of its airspace by an iranian drone our jerusalem correspondent bill bring us more also coming up. kim jong un's sister tell south korea's president he's invited to
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a summit in the north korean capital and one day in said he'd be willing to go to pyongyang if conditions are right. it's good to have you with us israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu says his country will not allow iran to establish a military presence in syria this after an israeli jet was shot down by syrian forces on its way home from a bombing mission it was one of a group of planes targeting iran backed positions inside syria israel says it was provoked a charge denied by syria and iran. and it's really just in flames an angry reaction from the army and two very different versions of what happened early saturday morning. the key question didn't iranian surveillance drones stray into israeli territory from a base in syria triggering
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a deadly response from israeli fighter jets syria says its allies drone was near the israeli border on a standard intelligence mission but israel disagrees it has released this unverified video which it says shows the drone in israeli airspace next they say it followed the drone across the syrian border and shot it down and then launched fighter jets like these to strike the drones base inside syria that triggered a syrian response the regime unleashed its anti-aircraft guns on the israeli fighter planes and it brought down an f. sixteen jet which crashed dramatically into northern israeli countryside the israeli air force says its pilot was seriously wounded after making an emergency exit. israel then responded with another large scale bombing raid it hit syrian government positions near damascus just days ago israel declared itself ready for a standoff like this on tuesday israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu stood at
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the northern border in israeli occupied golan heights and delivered a warning. we seek peace but are prepared for any scenario and i wouldn't suggest anyone test us. israel's military has now been tested this is the first loss of one of its jets in syria and the rhetoric is escalating on both sides syrian government forces have warned israel it's quote terrorism will face a severe response from now on israel's reaction syria is playing with fire. and i know our we're joined by our middle east correspondent tanya in jerusalem tanya great to see you let's dive into this very complicated situation so syria has denied that its ally iran drone entered the israeli air space how serious is this confrontation between israel and the law and iran in light of the syria situation.
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it is one of the most serious situations we have seen in the north of the postie is one very significant one and also from this we decided based on winning to iran that we heard prime minister binyamin netanyahu has been security meetings old day with the army saying that israel will defend itself against any attack and you're tempted by that it's. now is a has made it clear all along that it won't. rain in presence. its borders and the israeli side of the occupied golan heights through in the ukrainian presence or through the opinion backed has been now so what is seen here is on the one side you see a show of strength you know by all sides by is granted by iran by syria but on the other side there also calls for restraint and some of the military experts here in israel saying that all sides do not appear to seek an escalation but of course the
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tensions remain and certainly seems like they're bearing their teeth to say the least but israel is now saying it doesn't want an escalation can that really be avoided in light of what's happened. what i mean is it has always said that it doesn't want to see a presence of iran in the area now what is so they have said really clear lines and they act accordingly so it's what is quite new and the situation i mean is one has carried out in the past many as two acts against his positions or against and weapon transfers or other locations in syria over the past years during the war in syria but usually there was not much of this one's from the assad regime now the response now has been quite strong and that's the new thing over here which creates all the tensions now iran syria the won't they say we won't no longer
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tolerate. and touring the syrian as space so this is where of course all the coalition lies and the tensions allying here tanya premis for us in jerusalem thank you very much. now to some of the other stories making news around the world at least eighteen people have been killed and dozens more injured in hong kong after a double decker bus crashed in a city suburb emergency workers hurried to pull passengers from the wreck the bus appears to have skidded and hit a lamp post the driver has been arrested on charges of negligence. protesters have rallied in the thai capital bangkok calling on the country's military rulers to step down and not postpone an election planned for later this year the military seized power in thailand in a coup in twenty fourteen and has postponed elections several times. demonstrators have gathered in the central italian city of to send an anti-racist
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message a week after a new nazi injured six african migrants in a shooting spree tensions are high in the city after protesters supporting the right wing forts on the wall of a party clashed with riot police thursday night. gerry adams has stepped down as the leader of shin fein after more than three decades at the party's home in his career adams went from being or vile to by the british government and northern ireland's protestants as the political voice of the irish republican party to playing peacemaker in bringing the province as a decades long conflict to an end. it was the end of an era as gerry adams said farewell at the shin fein conference after more than thirty years leading the irish republican movement he passed the baton to mary new macdonald a dublin born politician from a middle class background she had no thirst hand experience of the conflict in northern ireland the troubles gerry adams grew up in working class west belfast
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during the conflict he was often accused of direct links to the ira allegations he consistently denied. they can be no disputing his dedication to achieving a united ireland a passion that eventually made him one of the architects of the one nine hundred ninety eight good friday agreement the deal that largely ended the violence in northern ireland. that fragile peace has been put in jeopardy by brics it only last week adams warned of the dangers of hardboard on the island a violent could bring. are. going to be. the cause. of the single market and. a complete disaster brics it is said to be the first major challenge mcdonald's faces but it's seen as an opportunity by some britain's
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decision to leave the take northern ireland with it has reopened discussion about shin feigns main aim a united ireland. and in a sign of warming relations between the divided koreas north korean leader kim jong un has invited south korea's president to meet in pyongyang kim jong un's sister deliver the invitation in seoul against the backdrop of the winter olympics the diplomatic thought comes despite an acceleration in the north's weapons programs last year and pressure from source allies in washington. excited fans wait to greet the combined korean women's hockey team the first in elliptic history and a coming together on the ice symbolizing hopes of woman relations between the south and its belligerent nor the neighbor was easier than to win or lose the result doesn't matter i hope they play their best and try their hardest in a show of unity. and. this is
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a god given chance that we seventy million korean people can be of one mind to support the team. you have. those hosts feasted by another historic moment off the ice meeting in seoul kim jong un's younger sister kim yo jong delivered an invitation from the north korean leader for south korean president moon j in to visit pyongyang it raises the prospect of the first meeting between both korean leaders for more than ten years. that prospect may not be welcomed by the united states u.s. vice president mike pence urged moon and the japanese prime minister shinzo ave to keep up the pressure on north korea to abandon its nuclear program heading home pence insisted there is no daylight between the three allies. the german president saw the face to face contact between the two koreas as a good omen. but how is that men do and what do the olympic games mean it's
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a sports competition but it's also about olympic peace and there's been a glimmer of that here so we hope that the dialogue that will begin will continue after they've been picked in the business of being invited to take the big question can the olympic flame help to fuel a long term thaw in relations. and as you heard in that report the joint korean ice hockey team played for the first time today but there was to be no debut victory switzerland or a class of racing into the lead thanks to three goals in the first period the koreans were unevil to recover and ultimately fell to an eight mil defeat but even with the heavy opening loss there were plenty of positives to take for the locals with a passionate crowd cheering on the unified korean team. and moving off the ice and onto the snow with the first medals at the winter games have been awarded the first gold of the games went to cross country skier kala this week powered her way
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to the finish line in the fifteen kilometers to see off the rest of the competition norway is the organ had to settle for silver but made history in the process the organ won her eleventh medal overall and becomes the first becomes the most decorated female winter olympian. germany have also grab their first gold medals of the winter games thanks to a. doll bellinger upset the favorites with a superb leap in the final round of the men's normal hill ski jumping that heard him a total of two hundred fifty nine point three points poland's double olympic champion kamel stock could only manage fourth place meanwhile it wasn't just good in the seven point five kilometer biathlon sprint she was perfect despite the windy conditions she hit all ten targets and finished twenty four seconds ahead of the chasing pack for more on the winter olympics make sure you check out our website w
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dot com slash olympics all the latest results the best pictures and stories are right there also be sure to follow us on twitter at the w sports for live updates. two bonus league soccer now or by new nick have continued their relentless drive to the title with a two one win over shaka took the lead through robert live and in the first half a shot to hit back to tie the score before half time after the break mr reliable thomas miller scored to make it two one and put the bavarians even closer to a sixth league championship in a row that is action have also seen plenty of goals fly in here are the results so far there's that by a victory over shocker one two nil at leverkusen frankfurt beat bottom side cologne four to fellow strugglers hamburg lost two nil at dortmund had over one to one against fry book and hoffenheim mind for two and one to nil against alex berg
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and there are two more matches to come on sunday you're up to date with news we're back at the top of the hour and now we'll leave you with some pictures from joe in central china as part of the city's annual spring festival a lantern show is illuminating the night sky with some ten million l.e.d. bulbs thanks for watching.
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