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just in love and banning them away from them. but i'm not even know how to work my own god and everyone with leader holden every day getting are you ready to meet the german can join me right. just do it on d w. ah ah ah, this is dw news live from berlin, change at the top down under the labor party, wins office in australian elections, incoming prime minister anthony albany, he promises to unite the nation after ousting, longstanding conservative government,
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ukraine's president says his army inflicted serious damage on russia's armed forces, despite the fall of the city of mariel polk, and it's hot and getting hotter. temperatures hit record highs as a heat wave grip, spain and france forecasters say it will be several days before it cools down. ah, next by sir. welcome to the program. australia's labor party is celebrating victory and national elections. the vote brings to an end almost a decade of conservative government labor levy, labor leader, anthony albanese, will be the new prime minister. climate change in the pandemic where the big campaign issues. so was inflation now at its highest level in nearly 20 years. with nearly 2 thirds of the roads counted albany, z is set to lee the biggest party in parliament that has not yet secure the 76
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seats needed for an outright majority. the labor chief says he wants to unite australia, but not the astrology and plato had voucher for chinese. ah, i am humbled by this victory. i am honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of australia's conservatives were in power for almost a decade. here's outgoing prime minister scott morrison conceding defeat. i've always believed in australians and their judgment, and i've always been prepared to accept their verdicts. and tonight i have to live in their verdict. and i congratulate anthony avenue in the labor party and i wish him and his government all the very best. now there are many bites due to camp that is true. and there are many pre paul's and post tools that will still come in. but
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i believe it's very important that this country has certainty. and we'll get more on this from a reporter, jerry reed, who happens to hell from australia. of course, one hard it look, every voter has the reason going into the, you know, put the ballot in the ballot box, but big picture wise. what were the trends that cause a subset look, there were a lot of different trends and we can see them playing out into the results. what is clear is that voters have really upset this dominant 2 party system in australia. of the conservatives and the labor party in favor of minor parties like the greens who have done it really well. and these climate focused anti corruption, independents who have been taking more traditionally conservative seats of the conservatives. and as a result, they've had a pretty shocking result this time around. we have that, but we also have a big factor of trust and i think what was on the minds of voters was things like climate change with a staunch supporter of australia's fossil fuel industry. was the right person to
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lead australia during a time when experts say more extreme weather events are taking place and they going to keep happening like the floods and the bush fires. also, he's handling of the pandemic. the sluggish vaccine rollout has played a part, but there are many challenges facing australia. aside from that, you mentioned some of them storing cost of leaving high inflation and you know childcare, aged care, the rising prices, rising housing, rental shortages. all of these factors have come together to lead australians to as we can see, and these results, coal for change. all right, so new prime minister, his name is anthony albany. who is anthony of an easy is, has been the labor lead us in the parties to face at the last election in 2019. he is somebody that has focused quite a lot on his likability and his background. he came, he grew up in public housing was raised by
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a single mother in this kind of humble beginnings. humble roots is something that he's used to connect with voices. he is pushing for more ambitious short term goals in climate change, reducing emissions. he wants to tackle inflation. he wants to his promising a more robust social safety net. and he wants to give a referendum on giving indigenous people an institutional voice in national policy making in terms of climate to he's also saying he wants to make a trailer, australia, a renewable energy superpower. so that's who he is. and that's what we can expect domestically from a government led by him and internationally. what does this change for australia's, you know, partners and even rivals anthony albany. he says that the cornerstone of australian foreign policy is its relationship with the united states. he is a supporter of this august pact between australia, britain and australia to provide
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a strategy or with these nuclear powered submarines that something he supports. he wants to build better relations with indonesia, these very large, important neighbor on australia doorstep. but the number one foreign policy item facing the incoming government is dealing with the aggression of china in the region and albany. he says that he wants to, to deal with that in a more assertive way. ok to reach, thanks so much for insight into the australian collection of ukraine's president vladimir zalinski says his army has inflicted serious damage on russia's armed forces, even though the city of mario paul has fallen. the last remaining fighters there have surrendered after a siege. lasting nearly 3 months, soleski also says only a diplomatic breakthrough can end the war. brushing tv broadcast images of what they say are the last soldiers leaving the as of style steel plant. these fighters have become a symbol of ukraine's resistance against russia's invasion. their fate now is
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unclear. russia has branded them nazis and threatened to put them on trial for war crimes. ukraine is called for the capture soldiers to be swapped for russian prisoners of war. ukraine's president has not addressed russia's claim to have taken the as of style planet and membership. but he says victory will not come on. the battlefield is only through diplomacy r e, but a more hobbled dog. victory will be difficult. the good alarm will be bloody and in battle alike and its end will be in diplomacy. yes, clement have shown what will show you. i am very convinced of this the origin nikki . there are things that we can bring to an end without sitting at the negotiation table. he was always horrible. that's how it is, because we would like to get back everything her cisco and russia doesn't want to give it back to say anything. they did that inches long, mitchell no good rush shows, no sign of wanting to end the war through diplomacy. moscow sees the battle of
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marsupial as a strategic victory. defense experts say that russia could now relocate its forces to intensify it's offensive in other parts of eastern ukraine. a heat wave is gripping parts of france and spain. temperatures have hit new record highs for may heat. warnings are in force for 10 spanish regions and forecasters say cooler weather is not expected until next week. there's a lot of fanning melting and all around sweltering under the ander lucien sun may isn't feeling like may at all with temperatures reaching as high as 40 degrees celsius or 106 degrees fahrenheit. oh i was expecting a little bit cooler, fresh or whether it's easier to walk in that weather. so for tours it's really not too convenient. it's a scorcher. some parts of the iberian peninsula are 16 degrees hotter than usual.
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we'll portfolio. we could say that this month will probably be the warmest may of the last 7 years. and 2015 we had a particularly warm one. i mean, it broke all kinds of records the or i go to the ball will be broken. okay. oh, got you. okay. yeah, on the location is key with shade being the best real estate. oh no, been several mach us, we didn't think he was going to be so high. the movie, the author, as you have to go out at night, take a natalie and go out at 7 in the evening too. good though me, les seater. but for those who can't dance the sun for long, it's all about strategy. boy, have i said out water and water? yeah. sometimes i go into the air conditioning, then i come back, i like that and that's how i keep going. i think there's no
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other option we live in severe so we have to get used to it from now until september them otherwise we can't work over the spanish meteorology agency says it's too early to call this a heat wave. we'll have to wait and see what else may brings time for football now and lee, you'll have upset favorites. barcelona in the women's champions league final. in a thrilling encounter adventist stadium in turn, the french side came away with a 31 victory, a stunning outcome against a varsity that one, every single one of their games in the spanish league this season. it didn't take long for the young to get on the score sheet. i'm on dean henri firing in an unstoppable rocket after just 6 minutes. and then with 23 minutes gone out ahead, beg, doubled leon's, lead there. no region adding to her record as the all time top score in the women's champions league. and leon kept pushing for more. this time it was usa
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international katerina mccurry. oh, doing the honors and it was looking like a route for barcelona. the spanish side finally struck back a few minutes before half time. captain alexia potatoes volleying in to give barza some hope, heading into the break. but leon held on for a $31.00 victory. they have now won the women's champions league record 8 times, and they savored the moment and with me now for more and this is lydia dewey of d. w. sports. so how did leon pull it off? well, the quins are back, you sir leon team. that's winning its 8th title. in 12 years they shown that database team in women's football. and tonight they've confirmed this with their performance. i guess barcelona 30 in the 1st few minutes of the
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game they just entirely are played the supposedly best team in the plan. it, you know, and they came in, we know, played with our price in a talk. yeah. and showed that barcelona, that i used to pass in, you know, around, we're not able to hold the ball and this and show that, you know, in a 6th meeting discord, the 1st go, you know, yeah, country in putting pressure a logical. yeah. and it seemed like bass lunar way slow out of the blocks because you know, the last the title in 2019 to the last, the finance 90 to leon. and it is like a mental block, you know, a comment to face the same team. this is him hugely on team tonight and the video did not fire. ok, so what sad day? obviously for barcelona, but they did have a great season. right. they did a day one order much isn't though spanish league and our so in the spanish called
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fine. our next weekend, but to night it just seemed like they froze it. oh, in a week i spoke with as a short i want to strike as of barcelona. and she said that they had something to prove. they wanted to show that, you know, because when the last in 21000 to your they went on and we came to supporting the idea now. but they still need to exercise the ghost of 2019 against leon. but tonight it didn't happen for them. and unfortunately, they have to go back and hopefully next year, the home and see what they can achieve again. and can we say there's, i mean, this seems to have been a real success, the popular interest that was a growing interest in women soccer. and i think, you know, just as a casual reader of the news and sports related news, remember that big supreme court decision, the united states and women's soccer team, that the olympics had to pay the same as, as the men there's, there's, there's progress in their progress and public interest, indeed this, this is and we saw the battle. now we may steam host one to 1005 twice,
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you know, to book the record against real madrid and it was working the semi final in the company. it just shows that the more more people are tuning into will not just as an appendage to the main league, but now as an, as a form of entertainment. so when i went to was bull glass a 2 or 3 weeks ago to watch the semi final, it is possible that they had more than 20000 people pay to come watch the semi final against barcelona. and tonight, about $32000.00 people watch the final into so just so shows that we missed football is as arise that it will continue to cool. ok, thanks. but inside the let, you know, we have the w sports. you boeing's new star line or capsule has successfully doc with the international space station for the 1st time, the unmanned capsule maneuvered into position despite to thrusters failing to
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function properly. astronaut entered the star liner after it dr. and were greeted by a test mannequin doubling and rosie the rocketeer successful mission comes after 2 years of delays and setbacks star liners designed to take astronauts to and from the space station lingering. well we, that's all for now after the break world stories joins de mining teams in ukraine. i'm nick spicer for me and the entire new scene here in berlin. next to watch. fi double used crime fighters are back with africa. most successful radio drama series continues them all episodes are available online and of course you can share and discuss on d w.


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