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go out, smart nature. one of the most insightful discoveries in the history of mankind. more life starts may 28th on d, w. 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 albin, easy promises to unite the nation after abstract. the longstanding conservative government ukraine's president says his army has inflicted serious
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damage on russia's armed forces despite the full of the city of money. and it's hot and getting hotter. temperatures hate record hides as a heat wave grips spain and france. forecasters say it will be several days before colstat. ah i'm pablo foliage. welcome to the program. australia's labor party is celebrating victory in national elections. the vote brings to an end almost a decade of conservative government labor leader, anthony albin, easy will be. the new prime minister climate change and the pandemic were the big campaign issues. so as inflation now,
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it's highest in nearly 20 years. with nearly 2 thirds of the votes counted, alban easy is set to lead the biggest party in parliament, but has not yet secured the 76 seats needed for an outright majority. and the labor chief says he wants to unite australia. but tonight, the astrology and people have voted for chinese ah, i am humbled by this victory. i know i'm honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 31st prime minister of australia. conservatives were empowered for almost a decade, and here is outgoing prime minister scott marson conceding defeat. i've always believed in australians and their judgment, and i've always been prepared to accept their verdicts and to not they have delivered their burdick and i congratulate anthony avenues in the labor party and i
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wish him and his government all the very best. now, there are many boats still the count that is true, and there are many great palls and parcels that will still come in. but i believe it's very important that this country has certainty. well, for more on this story, we're joined now by rochelle harrison place who is reporting from sydney. hi and welcome to d w. so incoming prime minister, albany, he promises to unite the country. but how divided is australia? well very divided on one hand, you had voters, he thought the conservative liberal national coalition was doing a great job as steering the country through the co, the pandemic, a being tough on boarders and national security, boosting the economy and keeping the unemployment right low. but on the other, you had voters who said it was time for a change after nearly a decade of the coalition. at that this was a government out of touch with the australian people,
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a one that was clinging to fossil fuels and shirking responsibility. when it came to doing it for the climate and indeed observe is said the campaign lacked real policy and serious reform. instead, it was a clash of personalities and just vote for me because i'm not the other. what will tell us a little bit more about the labor party and what's behind their victory? well, along with the soaring cost of living, the climate crisis really emerged as one of the top issues. during this election, the greens party made sweeping gains as did independent candidates who were campaigning on political integrity and climate action. and it's both of those who took seats away from coalition and pays a really behind this to face of the coalition. and those winds are a clear sign that the majority of australians want
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a government that does more to tackle global warming, especially following our worst ava bush season in 20192020. of course, the black, some of bush clients who could forget and more recently, a series of devastating floods that currently australia is one of the world's largest stakes, which is a poll, and we are the worst pollution greenhouse gas emissions per capita. in the early cd rachelle, what changes apart from climate change could we see in australia with the shift to labor? well, it's actually interesting to see how climate policy will change. because like the liberal national coalition, labor has actually had actually ruled out a ban on any new coal and gas projects. but if we end up with a home parliament, which means that labor is unable to form a majority government, it's the smaller parties like the grains. i'm the independent candidates whom i mentioned earlier. that will end up holding the balance of power and likely the
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incoming government to do more of the climate. now mr. albany has said that under a labor leadership, he wants australia to become a renewable energy super power. he also wants to strengthen the economy and health care, which are the agenda pay gap. he's also promised to establish a national anti corruption commission, which was, i should note, a broken promise of outgoing prime minister, got morrison, rochelle harrison class reporting from sidney. thank you. ukraine's president followed the murder to lansky says his army has inflicted serious damage on russia's armed forces, even though the city of money has fallen. the last remaining fighters there have surrendered after siege lasting nearly 3 months. so landscape 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
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have become a symbol of ukraine's resistance against russia's invasion. their fate now is 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 swap for russian prisoners of war. ukraine's president has not addressed russia's claim to have taken the as of style planted them. 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. you get a lot will be bloody and in battle. aleki its end will be in diplomacy. yes. well will she? 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 watchable. that's how it is, because we would like to get back everything her cisco and russia doesn't want to give without anything needed that inches long. mitchell could rush shows no sign of
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wanting to end the war through diplomacy. moscow sees the battle of maria pal as a strategic victory. defense experts say that russia could now relocate its forces to intensify its offensive in other parts of eastern ukraine. dw correspondence mathias billina is in cram a taurus k transport hub in the don bass region in eastern ukraine not far from the front line. and he told us by the intense fighting nearby oh, it's about 40 kilometer kilometers from here to the north east. that's it. and see what are the next, which is the it, which was one has to say because it's not really functioning as such anymore. the administrative capital of those territories of the hands, or blessed a region that have been still under control by ukraine. it's a major, a target of the russian forces right now. so the russian forces are pressuring this,
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making a lot of pressure there just at the borders of the city, showing it intensely, and it looks a little bit like this battle is now more or less going in favor of the russians. the cranes have already a blown up a bridge that connects this city to the rest of this region, which is a sign that they're not very sure that they can hold it, but fighting is intense. no result is there yet. hearing from a toss, things are relatively calm right now. there has have been rocket attacks on trauma towards most famously. unfortunately, an attack on the railway station where civilians were trying to evacuate that had dozens or on 60 people dead so. so that's, that's been awful, but this is out of the artillery range. it's not being shelled constantly. we are now already in the backyard of our hotel because we can't be on the street because curfew is already here. so things are very strict. most people have left the city.
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let's take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world. turkeys president, russia type, and the one has spoken to the leaders of finland and sweden. he tell them he will not accept their application to join nato unless they address his concerns on terrorism. turkey says the 2 countries are harboring kurdish militant, finland and sweden are seeking more towards israel and switzerland have confirmed their 1st cases of monkey pox. as an outbreak of the viral infection grows, the world health organization says $120.00 cases of now been reported in countries where the virus usually isn't found. it believes the spread may be driven by sexual contact, says american air force personnel and jeremy are preparing to deliver supplies of baby formula to the united states. the by the administration says 1500000 bottles should arrive in the u. s. over the next week, some retainers are limiting sales of baby formula to to nationwide shortages.
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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 regents and forecasters say, cooler weather is not expected until next week. there's a lot of fanning melting and all around sweltering under the andrew. lucy and son 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 for sure whether it's easier to walk it in the other. 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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on a 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, it broke all kinds of records the or i go to the goal of the book and okay. oh, got you. okay. you're on the location is key with shade being the best real estate . oh no. been stomach. you 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 nap or yeah. and go out at 7 in the evening. though. me la seater. but for those who can't dodge 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 and then i come back, i like that. and that's how i keep going. i think there's no other option we live in cynthia, so we have to get used to it from now until september. otherwise we can't work over
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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. ah, football and leon have upset favorite barcelona in the women's champions league final, in a thrilling encounter. at event a stadium inter in 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 leanne to get on the score sheet. i'm undine henri firing in an unstoppable rocket after just 6 minutes. and then with 23 minutes gone out ahead, gerberg doubled leon's, lead there norwegian, adding to her record as the all time top score in the women's champions, lee and leon kept pushing for more. this time it was usa
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international katerina mockery o doing the honors, and it was looking like a route for barcelona. the spanish side finally struck back a few minutes before halftime, 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 moments so man's football now and in the final of the german cope, arby leipzig have beaten fryeburg in a penalty shoe type. things were looking good for fryeburg, when maxey augustine gave them the lead in the 19th minutes. and then leipzig had a man sent off early in the 2nd half, but leipzig equalized thanks to christopher and coon coo and the game came down to penalties with the score one. all fryeburg missed 2 of their kicks on leipzig, when their 1st ever major title. well here's a, here's
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a reminder of the top stories we're following for you. labor party leader anthony alban, easy is celebrating victory in australia's national elections. a fiercely fort campaign was dominated by climate change. the pandemic, i'm the economy. yeah, going conservatives were empowered for almost a decade. well, that's all for now as sports life is of next with a look at arsenal. football club once dubbed the infants and don't forget he can stay up to date on our website, t w dot com. i'll be back again at the top of the next or take care. ah ah, people and trucks injured one trying to feed the city center. more and more refugees are being turned away at the border. families playing phone tag with.


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