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on the opaque world who's behind benefits and why are they a threat to us all open worlds start to june, 2nd on d w. ah ah ah, this is dw news live from brilliant russia steps up its efforts to seize a full. busy control of ukraine's don bass region. people living near the front lines fear what could come next. if the russians advance. our correspondent visits a ukrainian town under fire. also coming up around the great brain supreme again in
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the champions league. dispatch side triumph with a one will win over liverpool, making them champions for a record 14th time, again picked or late after chaos outside the stadium in tires. ah, i'm pablo foliage. welcome to the program. russian forces have kept up their vast offensive aimed at seizing all of ukraine's industrial dumbass region. the onslaught is causing heavy losses among ukrainian forces. it's also raising fears the cities in the don boss could face the same hires that took place in murray. you pull where russian artillery blasted the city with no apparent attempt to avoid civilian casualties. russia 1st invaded dumbass 80 years ago, capturing part of the region. now it says it aims to seize the rest. dw
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correspondence mathias bellinger has visited one town living under the shadow of war. for years occasional shelling has occurred here. but now the shells had daily. welcome to new york. that is what this town on the front line in eastern ukraine is officially called. german settlers picked the name in the 19th century style and renamed it novgorod scale. the name was officially changed back last year . when boris boucher of a local poet was hoping the name of new york would bring a new spirit to the former industrial town. i thought forgot that trouble when there's no production any more? yes, that we thought the name would attract investors who would help us deal with this building has been restored with foreign a has been married yet. we've been holding forums and cultural events are getting circular. sabrina now bombed greatest lined the road in front of the cultural club
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. several shells of hit the neighbourhood. wharton. oh, my windows burst and the roof was lifted only. yeah, i was sitting in the basement when it happened. i opened widely, he gill instead of reading his poetry. oh, tear off. now looks after the remaining on habitants and organizes aide. i guess i'm in the basement every day and we've been sitting in basements for 8 years. yes . many houses in town are damaged or destroyed. 3 quarters of the 8000 inhabitants have left those who remain live in constant fear. elaine of ash joke is picking up the pieces. a rocket came down in her yard 2 days ago. he doesn't really put that we're trying to replace the doors. we find some old ones because there are no more doors, not here and not there. i don't even know what the use of restoring everything is
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that we fix it now and tomorrow. another shall heads. morris has evacuated his wife to western ukraine where his daughter lives in read. you see what's happening here. nevertheless, he's determined to stay as long as help is needed. now, yes, that's her honor. as the saying goes, i hope is the last one to die. i'm on ukraine side, hold him. i trust the news and i was born in this town. yes, yes, milton, he whistled. i hope there will be no incoming shell or to stop this whistling humiliate. which sounds almost like we need to dive. just months ago, they were dreaming of creating a cultural hub in new york. now it's all about surviving. was d, w correspondence? rebecca richards is in keys and earlier she told us ukraine is struggling to hold
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back the russian a soldier in don bass. well, the situation in the dawn bass is going very, very badly for the ukrainians. at this stage piper, excuse me. the they've been admitting for a couple of days now that they have lost the upper hand there that russia really has the upper hand. it is dominating the battle in lieu hands and, and yet, and as you heard from that report, that certainly seems to be the case. 95 percent of la hans is now under russian control and they are going forward as well. the city of severity on yet where most, most of the fighting is now centered in that region. they are, the russian troops are now in circling that city. there is some mixed reports as to whether or not the russians have gained control of that city. russia saying that they have ukraine saying that they haven't yet, but they have said for a couple of days now that they may have to pull ukrainian troops out of that area, enabled her to shore up defenses further back. they just don't have the, the heavy weaponry, they need to be able to hold back the russians and push them back there. they are
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calling on the international community pleading with the international community to send these big weapons, particularly multiple rocket launchers, particularly rather multiple rocket launchers that can fire up to 300 kilometers in the distance. they need this kind of weaponry. if they're going to be able to stop rushes advance, but whether it comes in time really remains to be st. pablo. well, in his daily address, ukrainian, president vladimir, to lansky, talked about the human cost of war. how bad is the situation for the civilians stuck in the areas under bombardment? as we know, civilians are always pay the highest cost in these situations in these was the people living in that area. as you heard from some of them, you know, the situation is really die of the civilians. i mean, similarly to what we saw in places like maddie loophole that were being completely bombarded, full weeks, months,
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and people have to live completely almost under ground. they, they don't have access to fresh water, they run out of food, you know, they're living in darkness. most of the time they're being completely pounded by russian and, and also ukrainian, a bombs in defense of the regions as well. so you know, these situations, i just die for the civilians on the ground and it doesn't look like it's getting better anytime soon. rebecca ritter's in cave. thank you. meanwhile, russian president vladimir putin has again spoken to german chancellor, olaf schultz. i'm french president emmanuel michael by telephone. according to the kremlin, prudent told potent then said he's ready to talk about lifting a blockade in the black sea. it has hit ukrainian farmers hard on his threatening a global food crisis. a bumper cross. usually that is good news for the farmer. the future, but with exports out of ukraine's black seaports blocked these green silos in
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denise pro, a still full from the last harvest. you can see that the field is in excellent condition where the harvest will be good, but where shall we keep it? we don't know who they are. george mendoza thought transport if the last resort, but it is too slow to empty the communities. the next harvest is due mid july. if thoughts remain closed, this farmer says he faces bankruptcy closer to the shifting frontline farming may be too dangerous. these fields near high keith have been reclaimed, but they are still littered with mines and sheds. some farmers continued to see the soil with the limited equipment left well, there are a lot of holes. the whole farmland is full of holes left by shelling. we don't have strikes right now,
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but there are shelves and rockets on the ground. so we drive past them and still see what else can we do? russia has said it would be willing to allow green exports if the west and sanction as food prices continue to rise sharply, the ongoing crisis is expected to push millions more around the world into hunger. here's a quick round up of some of the other events making use around the world. a small plane with 22 people on board has gone missing in the paul. it was scheduled on a popular tourist route from the resort town of o'hara to jump some in the mountains plain, lost contact with the airport tower shortly after take off. police at a search was on their way, landslides, and floating after heavy rains of left, at least 30 people dead in northeastern brazil. more than 1000 people have been forced to flee their homes. experts say climate change is turning rainy season
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downpours into extreme weather, incidents that have killed hundreds of people in brazil over the past year. now jerry, as main opposition party has named former vice president who abu bakar, as it's candidate for the 2023 election. he'll be competing to replace current president huh. dupel harry serving a 2nd for your tenure and cannot seek another term in office. but harry's party will select its election candidate in june to sports and soccer johns round madrid . have written another page in their glorious history by winning the champions league final, yet again, they b ever put one knell for a record extending 14th title. the most watched annual sporting event on the planet began late amid chaotic scenes. liverpool fans when a party moved in paris before the champions league final. but the holds of supporters from england struggled to get in the ground amid security checks and
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kick off had to be delayed by over half an hour. police even used pepper spray rail madrid supporters had no trouble accessing the stack to france when the game finally got on the way. liverpool dominated the 1st half, but couldn't force an opener. the spanish champions then stored out of nowhere, just before the hour mark through brazilian winger vinicius dounia joy for the spaniards. as they seal the record. extending 14th continental title and color one to lottie became the 1st toes to wheat. full tines. not it was misery for liverpool with the abiding images of the event being the thousands of their fans stuck outside. all right, well i'm joined now by chris harrington from detroit. you sports who has got more for us on this final. so let's discuss the chaos before the game,
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some ugly scenes. what happened crest? well 1st let me to say this, the final was not supposed to take place in france to was supposed to take place in russia, but because of the invasion of the ukraine. he, obviously the organizers had to change the venue, but 1st there was a 36 minute kick off. it was late anyway, 1st come out and said, why was it so late? because there were so many tickets a lot were fake, a lot were rail. the fans cannot get through the turnstiles and it just caused more problems. and when you look at the visuals, you saw some fans jumping over fences, running, you know, for the stadium and so forth. there just was not enough security on hand. in my opinion, it looked like, you know, just to take care of the problem and the extended waiting periods, obviously your caged up in this, this is going to build up, you know, animosity of aggression. and then following the game, liverpool fans didn't get what they wanted. you know, 60000, you know, just left unsatisfied, but all in all, you know, it, it could have started a lot better. right? well, let's actually talk about the match itself. what did you make it again? well, this is were real madrid do me there. the grand dad is a, when,
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when it counts, you know, they were as cool as the other side of the pillow. they at one opportunity through a video of the vin inches junior. excuse me, you're tied up for seconds, but you know, they made a count in a, you know, i did think the revenge aspect would work in liverpool failure. most allah was healthy, played that the entire 90 minutes. sadie, my ne, had incredible chance is, but you know, when you're 2 meters between the posts, representing real madrid, big tivo courts watch as did what he had to do the man of the match. no, it was really unbelievable. a liverpool looked like the better side during large portions of the match. i'm sure sadie, my ne and most allah alike will be going to sleep at night. wondering how in the world do we not get that ball past that guy? you know, but all and all afterwards, you know, you're going club for liverpool. just address the fact that when the goalkeeper gets the man of the match, what can you say we had great opportunities will be back again, believe us. and then in terms of the victor answer, lottie talked about history. you know what he's done at all, you know,
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one in every domestic he's one is for, you know, chip is league, you know, leaving aside to victory. so i, you know, i'm sure every year fan in spain right now was sleeping and wonderfully, or sit across the table from okay. so overall a bit of a sour feeling looking at the event as a whole. he would say, yeah, we're just in terms of the organizers, the, you know, they've come out and said they're going to have the research a little further look, you know, work with the local organizers and so forth. you know. and then when you factor in the world and how many people are too down to this event, you do want it to start off better, you know, but at least it wasn't a penalty shoot out in a, in i thought it was a thrilling match. that's good, that's great. press harrington from dw sports. thanks that. thank you. staying in france for further sized at the con, film festival, the palm dorm at the or at the coveted top prize has gone to sweetest director reuben of slammed fort triangle of sadness, a satire on modern day capitalism. south korea and cinema talent also made waves.
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this year with park john luke winning, best director for his erotic crime, threat or decision to leave sand came ho, became the 1st south korean to pick up the best dr. prize for his role in broker. good middle junior. all right, this is tito. the news and you are up to date of next are documentary series doc, film investigates racism and violence against aboriginal australians. i'll be back again at the top. the next therapy and from press take care ah interest in the global economy. our portfolio d. w. business beyond here's a closer look at the project.


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