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experience outstanding shopping and dining office and try our services all. be our guest at frankfurt airport city. managed by frappe art. lou. ah, ah. ah. this is d. w. news live from berlin tonight. a sentence of life in prison in ukraine's 1st war crimes trial. a 21 year old russian soldier will spend the rest of his life behind bars for killing an unarmed civilian at the start of the war. also coming up to night, ukraine's president calls on business leader that the world economic forum to cut
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all trade ties with russia. and cases of monkey pox spreading here in europe. how alarm should we be and what can we do now to protect ourselves? ah, i'm burned gov. it's good to have you with us. it was a trial of huge symbolic significant. she cranes 1st war crimes trial since the beginning of the war. and the sentence have set a clear president life in prison for a 21 year old russian soldier who pleaded guilty to killing an unarmed civilian. ukrainian officials say that there will be many more cases like this 3 months into this war. they say they're already investigating some, 13000 potential war cry. in
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a courtroom in chief punishment for a crime committed during war. a russian tank commander convicted of killing a 62 old civilian in a village in northeastern ukraine. based on the above, the court has ruled that vadim ye if gain of ish, marin bourne october 17th 2000. as we found guilty of committing a criminal offense on the part youth article 438 of the criminal code of here crane has been given a life sentence. ukraine's prosecutor general says that they are about 13000 ongoing investigations into alleged war crimes by russian forces. that list is growing by the day as russia continues, it's offensive in eastern ukraine. on monday, the city of hockey was bombed again. civilian area sprayed with a local officials say, a cluster munitions they are in the ocean. what i must have been around 7 or 8 in
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the morning when we woke up thinking it was the end of the world, but there was the sound of explosions, at least 5 of them, the boon for 3 minutes of silence. and then boom, again. people said it was cluster bombs, exploding sit madison wallace. cluster munitions are banned under international law, while targeting civilians will constitute a war crime. even one vadim she marian has admitted his guilt and says he regrets his actions. his is the 1st conviction for war crimes. since russia launch its invasion, but is unlikely to be the last and tongue karenna bitch is ukraine's representative at a case at the international court of justice, which alleges genocide committed by russia. i asked him what he makes of today's verdict. well, good evening from key if of course, the international criminal court, the i c. c,
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is seen as important track as important instrument to bring perpetrator, self alleged crime or genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes to responsibility. so of course we here in ukraine. do recognize and do work closely with the i c c in order for it to be to be effective and to have the fact to proceed in there. but of course, today's case is really a precedent as though this is the 1st case which happens since the 24th of february . and the 1st, i would say really straight forward case because the effects of the case were really wary, straight forward. and it wasn't rather easy case to prove, i think in court because they were really 100 percent. sure to facts that the russian soldier. but you know, she married, that she killed and ukrainian civilian. and of course, you know, the fact that a lot of russian soldiers are now in custody in ukraine. there is a lot of possibilities that we will have a lot of such chords,
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court proceedings in key of, in many other cities and towns throughout ukraine in relation to alleged war crimes committed by the russian soldiers to anton renovate ukraine. representative of the case at the international court of justice where the war in ukraine is dominating this year's meeting of business and political leaders of the world economic forum in dogs, switzerland, earlier today ukrainian president below them is zalinski delivered an address. and he called for 2 things, maximizing sanctions against russia any hold for greater support to rebuild his own country. it's the 1st world economic forum to be held in person since the pandemic began in this year's title of history at a turning point, underscore is a new global crisis. the war in ukraine is dominating discussions at the 4 day meeting of political and business. lates in davos. all russian officials have been
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excluded in a special address. ukrainian president vladimir zalinski called for maximum sanctions, including cutting off old trade with russia. he said he was grateful for international sanctions so far, but said they should have been imposed soon on one lock or see a fish levy murph road over russia. she thought his war with ukraine back in 2014 moved him yet grateful for such support. uncle aleck, but if it had happened, then would mediately with this kind of unity, this pressure on government's ease on companies. when for the sake of the fight for freedom, thus almost would russia if we started this full scale war up, meanwhile, would have been collecting all this damage on ukraine and the world. fam, i'm sure that the answer to this question is no. me. several countries including germany pledged continuing support for ukraine as it aims to rebuild,
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even as the conflict rages on, germany's financially involved in various aid programs. his program is heavily committed as possible, according to a capabilities rock under the fund would also be years up to rebuild infrastructure for children. gazette stratton outside of the formal meetings. activists have transformed the russian delegates usual h q, into the so called russian war crimes, house and old photos of the toll. the war has taken on ukrainian lives aimed to cape the human cost front and center for everyone at davos. this year. our correspondence been presented is in dog, switzerland covering the world economic form. he sent us this assessment. this is the most urgent world economic form that i've been to over the past decade. an in the past 50 years. it's the most significant, according to klaus schwab, our, the forums, founder. we've got these problems of global supply chains. again,
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like we saw in the pandemic big now because of the war in ukraine. energy prices that are shooting up inflation, which is got people wide all around the world. also food security, 25000000 tons of grain, a stuck in ukraine right now and can't get out. the only thing that continues to flow is the oil, and that's what zalinski has a big problem about because it's funding the war in ukraine for the russians. he wants an oil embargo, he wants a ban on all banks. he doesn't want the i t sector profiting any more and he also wants no trade. what so ever. and he knows he can get that from people here in davos a. it's a tricky one though, because it's an economic balancing game that was our very own been facility reporting from dub of switzerland. here are some of the other stories now that are making headlines around the world. an unfinished shopping ball in southwestern, iran has collapsed kili, at least 5 people. officials in the city of i'm by dawn,
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fear that the death toll could be much higher. and dozens of people are believed to still be still be trapped under the rubble surrounding shops and cars were also buried. a severe sandstorm has engulfed kuwait and other parts of the middle east. look at these pictures here disrupting air traffic, sending people to the hospital with respiratory problems. it is becoming an increasingly frequent phenomenon in the region due to rising temperatures. water scarcity, over grazing and deforestation, iraq saudi arabia and syria are also affect the world health organization is worn, that cases of monkey box are spreading rapidly. more than a 100 cases have now been reported here in europe and in north america. but officials say that this outbreak can be contained and that there is no evidence of the virus mutating health authorities in austria and denmark to they announced
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their 1st cases this comes as more cases have been identified in the u. k. here in germany. and in other countries where the disease is usually not found, we asked epidemiologist eric fargo dean, how alarmed he is by the rising number of cases worldwide. while the rising cases has really concerning us last friday, we only had 100 kids in our over 200 u. k. cases have gone from 20 to now 56 cases from friday to monday. and portugal, well over a 100 cases in portugal, relatively small country. so i think this search is, it's only going to increase further because the incubation time for this virus is much longer than it was recovered. and the mortality we, you know, we, the west african strain traditionally have the one percent mortality. but right now the issue is the, the sequence,
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the virus has over 15 mutations different than easiest versions. and so now we don't really know like what does that mean in terms of contagious severity? we don't know, but clearly we've never had so many multi country vimal genius rise in monkey parks before like this, especially in the triple digits for an exponential ride like that. it was eric fargo doing their job, and chance all of schultz is on a 3 country visit to africa after traveling to synagogue on sunday. he arrived in this year in west africa today. he's been visiting german soldiers. they are, as they train special forces to fight islamist militants in the region. the trip is scheduled to end in south africa. it's the chancellor's 1st visit to the continent since taking office 6 months ago. the w chief political editor, mikella cook, nor she is travelling with german chancellor during his african to all assaults is
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made a point of visiting democracy's only on his 1st africa trip. and he's right now making a point behind me by visiting the troops that are being trained by germans here. and he said they are here to provide more security in an increasingly d stabilized region. just 80 kilometers from here is the border with molly. and there's been a military coup which threw into doubt, germany's mission now, which has just been continued, but france is pulling out and there will now be more cause for germany to take more responsibility. also, when it comes to the fall out by the war in ukraine, the russian aggression there here, there are high hopes that germany will provide assistance in the near mid term future to simply provide food stability in the reason. ah, german bonuses, football hair to berlin, have won the relegation. play off and will be staying in the top flight here to had
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lost the 1st leg, one mill away at hamburg, and went into this game with a whole to take themselves out up. and that's what they did, beating their host to nil, to ensure survival and do me hamburg to another season. in the 2nd division. ah, the hom fans or folks box guardian were pumped up after 4 long years of seeing their hamburg team stuck in the 2nd division. and it didn't hurt that they at one the 1st leg of the playoffs. but then came marvin flatten hearts corner inheritor. we're ahead in just the 4th minute thanks to dedrick boyar to the belgium international winning the aerial battle. and heading home parents were dominating the flow of the match and they nearly made it to neil on 33 minutes. hamburg keeper, daniel jolla. fernandez denying luca suzanne with a diving say,
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ah, at half time the hum fans were no longer as buoyant as they'd been at the start. and things were about to get worse when flattened hot baghdad goal of his own with just over an hour gone. they had to defend her curling and amazing, free kick right into the news. and that's how it ended to nail in hampton dug themselves out of a hole when it mattered most a joyous emotional night for the berliners and despair. for hamburg, dormant have named eddie ted sick as their new coat. she takes over 3 days after marco rosa was fire. hertz grew up near dormant. he's a lifeline fan. he said a previous stint as head coach that began december 2020. when his team won 20 games other 32 and took the german cup title, 39 year old has signed
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