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soldiers, soviet soldiers who died in world war 2, now up to 6000000 ukrainian soldiers were also part of the soviet army at the time . up to half of those died in that war. and it is of significance to the ukrainian community here in berlin to, to come and commemorate their troops. and that is what happened again, this year. and the war in ukraine has brought an entire new significance to those commemorations. so what are the main events planned for today, and how likely are we to see tensions between different groups involved in the common regions? well, we have a lot of commemoration events planned that different memorials like this one behind me spread across the city. and also some protests organized both by pro russian groups and pro ukrainian anti war groups. and we've seen some tension take place here earlier when the ukraine ambassador to germany to place in the commemoration
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here. and there were groups outside on the street yelling against the ambassadors saying he should leave a calling for fascists to leave at the event in a reference to a put in rhetoric and calling ukraine a country that has to be de knots of fide. and we've also seen pro ukrainian protester is counteracting these chance and a there was a some tension there, but now the police has cleared out all the protesters from here. they've brought them away from the memorial. but other events are planned also across the city throughout the day. there's also this issue here, belin. authorities are facing criticism for bonding the displaying of both ration and ukrainian flax and symbols anywhere near memorial sites on a small yes, this is meant to try to help ease tensions between the 2 different groups,
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the pro ukrainian and the port pro russian groups that have called for protest today, and we have seen here that the, at some point flags were unveiled and were protesters were able to keep them flying, especially closer within them in morrow, where the axis was restricted. but we've also seen police having to go to protesters and tell them to roll up their ukrainian flags and to put them away. there has been a lot of criticism of this because ukrainian, the ukrainian community finds it not at that that it doesn't make sense really to, to ban ukrainian flags from from flying. and the ukranian ambassador himself has criticized this measure as being quite a quite useless and also a not showing solidarity towards ukraine. ok, julia saw deli, thank you. thank you. ira some
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other stories and a headlights now across the united states, people have rallied in favor of abortion rights, including outside the supreme court in washington, dc. a dropped opinion lead last monday, schuster caught up yes. set to overturn the landmark roe vs wade ruling that's legalized abortion nationwide in 1973, rescue on recovery efforts are continuing at the sites of an exclusion at a hotel in the cuban capital havana. the blast asada dog hotel killed at least 27 people. an injured 80. several people are reported to be still missing. police suspects illegal in a gas tanker truck caused the explosion. russian authority, sea forest fires have killed at least 80 people in siberia. local officials have declared a state of emergency in the crossfire you ask region. the blazers have damaged hundreds of buildings. i went hampering efforts to distinguish them.
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hard line for mach security chief has been installed as the new lead of hong kong. john lee, one of the approval of around 1400 b g members of the clues election committee. he was the only candidate on the ballot. you saw you crack down on the territories them across the movement. you please leader, allow me to lie to national service yet the selection will fair. that tighten beach in script on hong kong did of yeah, good. hong kong corresponded, i should say. sorry. phoebe cong tells us what people there make all the territories new leader. jolly becomes the 1st person ever with security background selected as hong kong chief executive. although there was a sense of expected joy here in the votes counting center as he won over 99 percent of both. on the other hand, he feels very different outside on the streets of hong kong. as the majority of the general public have little interest or expectation to this election,
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or even the next leader, simply because they have no say on it. so jolly is a highly controversial, if not, and popular political vicar in hong kong. as he was the key official overseeing the crack. now on turning 18 antique evans protest and implementation, author sweeping national security law with lots of dissidents, arrested. he emphasized that he wants to put housing issues to his top priority, but observes, also say beijing's endorsement st knows and intensify a strong hand of who on hong kong. and that's why for some members of the public, especially the po, democracy, supporters, the next 5 years could be worrying irish, not on his party chin. fane has won the most seats in northern islands, legislative elections. but mainly catholic party supports reuniting the british territory where the republic of ireland is the 1st time that pro british unionists have not been matched asked her largest party. she vain will now try to form
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a government by the being. the protestant unionist parties are threatening to block the efforts. ah, she feigned supporters jubilant at their historic election when the nationalist party could name nominate northern islands, 1st minister, a shallow neil manages to form a government. it will be the 1st lead by a politician who wants to re unite northern island with the republic of ireland. and it would be hugely symbolic for a party once ostracized, from politics over its ties to sectarian violence. today represents a very significant moment of change. it is a fine and moment for our politics and for our people. it was a sombre result, fission faint, opponents the d u. p. who want to northern ireland to remain a part of the united kingdom. i think the divided nature of unionism in the selection has meant that term was to the overall union. us vote is strong. we're
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not winning an extra seats of because those books are too widely spread. i think there are lessons to be drawn from less for union. one of those lessons might be to focus less on the irish unity debate. this was an election, fought mainly over economic issues like the cost of living and the centrist alliance party neutral on the question of united ireland made major gains despite losing votes. the unionists must be part of the next government in accordance with northern islands, power sharing agreement. but the d u. p has indicated it may block the formation of a new administration until the u. k. makes changes to post breaks it trading rules . that means no than island is likely facing uncertainty ahead. if no government is formed within 6 months, the storm went. assembly will be in the hands of a caretaker administration, and fresh elections will be called. now in afghanistan, the taliban,
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the have ordered women to cover up from head to toe. ideally, where the traditional booker that consumes the entire face. the hard line pivots as confirming the worst fears of rights activists. and as the latest in a series of harsh restrictions imposed on women since the taliban returned to par last year. these women just lost another, right. their right to be seen in public. this could be the last time we see women's faces in afghanistan, as of now, never quiet to cover their bodies from head to toe. let it be a job that women who don't wear the had job firstly should be identified. and their guardian should be advised that the women themselves should be punished. it's the latest move to police women's lives and has confirmed fears that taliban rule this time round likely won't be any different to their previous rule from 1996 to 2001 when women's rights were all but removed women's voices. and though to be absent
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from responses to the new law, because they fear being punished for speaking out, she only a few dare to talk about life and the taliban rule stuff is clinical on each my line. it is meaningless to live in afghanistan because you feel like a prisoner has to go. he can only eat and sleep and live according to the taliban as well as the hot. so visually, girls have also been barred from secondary education, though it's reported that many of the younger taliban, educating their girls in pakistan and keta. many afghans are infuriated by these latest injustices as the taliban continued to curtail women's rights in the name of shashir law. ah, with abundance legal title already settled in buying minex favor attention. hast handed to the race for you. appear ornaments,
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qualification outsiders in your berlin travel to fort please. fryeburg hoping to pull off an upset on union where fortunate visits on a rare off day for the host. munoz visited german cut finalists fryeburg, knowing a win against their 4th place. host would guarantee them a spot in europe next season. and it was a capital club who drew 1st blood crecia from l poking home on the line in the 11 minutes to hand, who knew on an early lead? the german with one of the simplest finishes he'll ever have to make. and the visitors went tuning up after half an hour. captain christopher trimball with a close range header. trim l doubling his tele for the season at the perfect time. and it was 3 nil before half time. geraldo beck, you're racing clear of fryeburg defense to compound the host's misery. i cool
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celebration, despite the sir in a mean getting a slice of luck with the finish tribe. back in the 2nd half lucas hurled slotting home to make it 31 in 50. 9 minutes. could the home side rescue something from a bruising 1st half encounter. that was answered late on when substitute andrea schafer danced his way through the area to make it full one in the 89 minutes. the hungarians 1st boon is legal sealing, and impressive victory for his club. an ice cold finish following some dazzling footwork. for one attended union will play european football next season. a course to celebrate for the fans and players on a sun kissed afternoon in fryeburg. now there were no such censors of jubilation
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for the team from the other side of the german capital. hovering near the bottom of the league, had berlin had the chance to confirm the spot in abundance. vigour for next season, leaned against mines, but the whole crowd was left disappointed after the fun bell score for mines with 10 minutes left to won the final school in portuguese football porter, celebrated yet that he had li title after edge and out. she has rivals been figure in a while now victory ought to scored very early in stock. it's time to grab their 1st league title since 2020, but one game remaining in the season for 2 can still secure the domestic double. if the seal the portuguese cap on me 22nd, 10 into formula and championship lead at chows lekrit to co position at the inaugural miami grand prix. and click finish the head of his teammates ask very cleaned one to finish and the 1st front row lockout in about 2 years. this is also
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a clear set that pull the season. meanwhile, while champion max fresh up and finished bad for red ball. yes, a reminder of that top stories we are following for you. ukraine says as many as 60 people are missing, anthia dead after the russian strike. it's advantage school in the east in ask region official c, around 90 people where sheltering in a building at a time rescue. as i've already pulled fancy survivors as well as 2 bodies from the rubble. the green wall has been caused intentions and germany ahead of events coming rating the end of world war 2 anti war protests on the pro, russia rallies, taking place alongside ceremonies involving both rations on ukrainians as the formats will get an update. ukraine also for the war to defeat hitler. that's set you up to date up next. the 77 percent street, the base station for more. at the top of the out
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