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dining office enjoy alice services will be our guest at frankfurt airport city, managed by from waterloo, with ah, ah, this is dw news live from berlin, russia titans, its grip on several donuts bombing cuts, the last escape route, and ukrainian troops say they've been pushed out of the city said speak to a senior government advisor about ukraine's fighting chance. also coming up re riding the bricks. it rolls, united kingdom angers the european union with its plans to ditch parts of their
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posts. rex a deal of the issue of trait is northern ireland and mapping the milky way to european space agency releases a trove of data to help scientists better understand our galaxy involved over billions of years. ah, we will crop welcome to the program. russian forces appear closer to taking control of severe don't ask a key city in ukraine's eastern donvan region. regional governor there says the last route out of the city has been destroyed, making it all but impossible to organize humans and a tarion aid. organize evacuations of the civilian population. hundreds of ukrainian fighters and civilians are sheltering in a chemical plant, while russian missiles continued to pound the city that had become the latest epicenter of the war. firing back
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ukrainian defense forced to say this aerial footage shows to destruction of 3 russian grad rocket launchers, which they believe we're used to shall. the embattled city of cbr don't ask and surrounding areas. street bottles are raging in the eastern city. the governor of the region says it is mostly under russian control. much of severe donetta has been destroyed. authorities believe some $500.00 civilians, including children or sheltering at the vast at sot chemical plant. ukraine has accused russia of shelling the works and sparking a fire russian back separatist say they're holding back from the plant to avoid an environmental catastrophe. images that remind ukrainians of the siege and mighty you pulled steal works just weeks ago in cave that defense ministry describe the
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difficulty of the current situation in the east toil hooked up. the 2nd phase of the full scale invasion of russia continues. the enemy continues to add numbers and equipment and artillery. the ukrainian defense forces are actively fighting and inflicting high losses on the enemy. the russian ministry of defense released footage, claiming to show their troops opening fire on ukrainian militants. their spokesperson said they had hit important targets was a glitch. they will get them in the donates people's republic. high precision air launched missiles destroyed a large number of weapons and military equipment delivered to the ukrainian nationalists, including weapons from the u. s. and european countries. so just for your business from back in seattle, don't ask the constant shelling and exchange of fire rages on with no end in sight
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and old bridges out of the city. cut every sack as a senior advisor to the ukrainian defense minister, given the increasing pressure on ukrainian forces in the east of the country. i asked him if danville was in fact already lost. here's what he had to say. good evening and thank you for inviting me. ah don, the bus is not lost. the fighting continues on is very kind of fighting. it is very dynamic fighting and of course we are out numbered. and of course, the russian aggressor has security when it comes to heavy artillery. they are literally garage in the cities and villages of logan's region closed on estrogen ah, with a view to destroy them. but for the time b, ukrainian armed forces continue to control a part of several of the nets. and of course,
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ukrainian forces are in other parts of the dorm bosses well. but given the scene there, as you've described the intense fighting, there must be immense civilian suffering. we're seeing this in the images. does ukraine have a plan to try to save and prevent some of the civilian suffering? we've seen other places in ukraine from happening again in survey or don't ask for your pray in human life has always been a top priority. and of course, we are doing everything we can to alleviate suffering and to how peaceful citizens in those areas which are now struck by the address the same time ukraine has to defend itself. we cannot give our land to the address without resistance. so from this perspective, we will continue. this is what we have said from the very 1st day of this
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aggressive war against you, right? we have a constitutional duty to defend our territory, to restore our thorough integrity. and the only thing that we need now actually is more have to work and re from our international partners. because if we receive it on time, it will be less suffering had we received it before. that would have been less offering australians as well because we would be able to repel, rocking the rest of the more efficiently and will not allow russian aggressor shooting missiles and residential areas destroying peaceful villages. so the suffering is brought on you crazy by the russian aggressor. let's talk a little bit more about the supplies and the weapons from your western partners. because there's some confusion here in germany about just what kind of weapons and how many and how quickly they're getting to you in ukraine,
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from your perspective. what kind of, what is the situation of the supply of weapons to your soldiers on the front? every single item that ukrainian armed forces received from our international partners as military assistance goes straight to the battle field and efficiently used on the battle. we have shown time and again that ukrainian soldiers credit report is a learning very fast to use these new types of weaponry and they are using it very efficient to protect credit. now our minister of defense, mr. electrical has already said a few days ago, over 150, for example, of the 150. and the canons of $15050.00 caliber already deploy at the front line. those that we have received from the west and are being used very efficiently at the same time, we keep saying on
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a daily basis that you can use more heavy weaponry. because if you look at the ratio of what amount of shelling receive from the aggressor is absolutely disproportionate. because on average russians are shooting around $50000.00 rounds a day. now this is a lot of ammunition and this of course destroys this race is due to the ground. ok? it's indiscriminate. there should be schools, hospitals, residential areas. so we have received some major assistance. we are grateful for it, but we need more and we needed fast. in particular, the m r. s. systems long wrench, rocket systems. we're going to have to leave it there with your soc advisor to the cranium. defense minister, thank you very much for your time today. thank you. thank you. whether news now former us transgender william bars, his name, former president,
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donald trump, became quote, detached from reality the days following his election laws. ours, pre recorded testimony really was played before a congressional hearing investigating last year storming of the united states capital, several of trump's advisors testify that they tried to convince the president that his claims of election fraud were false. appeals court in london has refused to grant an injunction to stop the united kingdom from deporting asylum seekers back to were wanda, 1st for taishan flight is due to go ahead on tuesday, the british government says it's aiming to curb illegal immigration. the wins refugee chief says the plan sets a quote, catastrophic president. the british government has revealed plans to ditch some post brags it trading rules with the european union. it says it wants to alleviate trade disruptions with northern ireland, which belongs to, to the united kingdom. but under the current bricks it deal,
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northern ireland is effectively inside the e u. single market. that's meant to preserve an open border with the republic of ireland, which is an e. u. member. the open border between the 2 irelands is a condition of the 1990s era. peace agreement that and did decades of violence between the 2 sides in the same time require certain trade checks between northern ireland and the rest of the u. k. so the you case proposed legislation would scrap some of those checks the you says the changes are illegal and has threatened to retaliate a fresh shipment of goods being delivered to northern ireland from elsewhere in the u. k. it requires custom declarations and sometimes checks the e. u in britain jointly agreed to this in the northern ireland protocol. but now the british government says it's too costly and no longer wants to adhere to the agreement. what it does is it creates unnecessary barriers on, on trade, east west, ah, what we, what we can do is fix that. it's not
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a big deal. we can fix it in such a ways to remove those bureaucratic barriers. the northern ireland protocol is intended to ensure the free movement of goods between ireland and northern ireland . britain now wants to repeal large parts of it, no more controls for some goods coming into northern ireland. even the european court of justice will no longer have any influence. johnson's fellow party members warn him that unilaterally changing the international treaty would be foolish and probably illegal. e representatives are disappointed and are already threatening punitive measures. the u. k has been in many ways a standard bearer for international law and the protection of international law for many, many years. this is damaging that rep reputation in a very fundamental way. but it's also a new low in terms of the relationship between britain and ireland. the british government has now introduced the bill in parliament, even though it still risks
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a legal dispute with the you. here in germany, chance or olaf sholtes has said that you will have a unified response. this is on it. it's very regrettable decision by the british government, not. it's a departure from all the agreements we made between the european union and great britain atanya the top. and there's no reason for that of the old pistol. european union will react uniformly, and it has its whole toolbox at its disposal. he was threatening legal action over the proposed changes earlier we spoke to did of you corresponded bigger mos about any room for compromise. well, besides keep repeating that, they do want a negotiated solution. the u. k are saying, well, we are tabling this odd really. we are continuing to negotiate. and the you also don't really want a trade war because ultimately it's, you know, it's, it's,
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it's about the whole trade between the u and, and the u. k. we were very, very important trading partners and the u. s. threatening to, to, to, to take some action against the u. k. and, but at the moment this is really not happening. so this is much further down the line because this bill also needs to go through parliament house and then it needs to go to the house of lords. there will be quite a lot of backlash, especially from the house load. so both sides will be hoping that there is a lot of posturing at the moment from the u. k, as well as from the you bought that really a solution can be negotiated in the end. the european space agency has released trove of data. i nearly 2000000000. yes, 1000000000 stars and our galaxy. he one giant step towards creating the most accurate map, yet of the milky way. the data is all thanks to the essays guy a probe which is giving astronomers insights into how stars are born and how they
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die. the milky way, ah galactic home. a huge cloud of stars. one of thin is our son. that our closest neighbors in space hold so much mystery seen from earth. they appear so close together that you can't tell them apart. but the launch of the guy, a probe in 2013 changed that qua ah. the garage. state of theat, optical technology and observation from space from a much more favourable position. never before have the locations and movements of the stars in the milky way. they measured with such precision. they should temper towards the temperature, the chemical composition. how they moved to us or away from us and all this data is available now. one discovery is that fragments of other star systems
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a floating in our galaxy, remnants of galactic collisions. gaia has measured almost 2000000000 stars, but haven't 99 percent of the milky way remains uncharted territory for us. which is why it's always worth keep looking up, the center of the galaxy to the center of arnie's operation. as did have you news from berlin, we've got daniel winter back of business news shortly. i always get the latest horses he w dot com on twitter in his family, w. news, and wayne woodcraft. i shall watch. sh were i'm just kinda. i think that's hard and in the end is a me, you are not a lot us to you and more we will send you back her. are you familiar with this.


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