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was, will people shed light on the opaque world who's behind the benefits? and why are they a threat to whistle o peak world this week on d, w b a? ah, ah, this is detail you news live from berlin, war of attrition. the battle for ukraine's don boss and drags on the region is left in ruins. as russian forces pound cities and kill civilians. ukraine struggles to hold off the onslaught. also coming up,
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the you k government says julian assange can be sent to the u. s. to fe, spine charges, the wiki li expander has been resisting extradition for over a decade for to support her site, his fight is not over yet. ah, i'm pablo foley, as welcome to the program. there's no let up in the fierce fighting, raging and ukraine's eastern industrial hartline. the don boss, region, ukrainian forces are battling to prevent russia taking full control of the city of civil done yet. so the regional governor says constant shelling is making it impossible to evacuate hundreds of civilians trap to in a chemical plant. their russian troops are also targeting neighboring lizzie chances where the civilian death toll is mounting. but the russian military offensive is not limited to the dom bass region. ukraine has reported strikes on
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several cities elsewhere in the country. a crater in the ground where a russian missile strike hit. it's been 114 days since the invasion began, and civilians and pisa, she near the ne, in city of ha, keith still have to live with shelling was lose good. was significant damage was caused a multi story buildings private vehicles and also factory workshops workers. moreover, one administrative building owned by pisec jean village council was damaged when it was a pleasure for social workers at the factory that was damaged. don't know why they were targeted murder, rebuttable, we tested equipment for construction company, somebody. there was no military object in here. new york, i just called your total number of more than 500 kilometers to the south residential buildings and michel, i have hit by mistletoe. local authorities say 2 people were killed and 20 wounded
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. but besides attacks in the north, east and south, the heaviest fighting is currently happening in the eastern dung bus region. in the embattled city of sierra dun yeske, ukraine says hundreds of civilians including dozens of children, are currently trapped in the as a chemical plant which has been almost completely destroyed. the regional governor of the hands says only a complete ceasefire would allow them to be evacuated. the last city in this battle ground region that still under ukrainian control is neighboring lucy chance, but shelling has also increased here in recent days. smoke still rising from this culture center after 30 days, bombing sparked to fire. here for people who are sheltering in the building died for the people of lucy chance. it's becoming harder and harder to find a safe haven from russian shelling while russian president vladimir putin has
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slammed the west, saying the days of a unique polar world led by the united states were over in a speech full of grievances at the st. petersburg, international economic form, putin said what he called the west economic blitzkrieg of sanctions, had failed. he also played down ukraine's possible, you entry, saying he had nothing against it. unlike the security risk of keep joining nato that he alleged when he started the invasion, couldn't accuse the u. s. of acting as a colonial force and said tectonic changes in the global order, which he states like russia come to the for issue. because in the era of a unipolar world order is over, despite all the attempts to preserve it by any means. these changes are a natural process because it's difficult to combine the civilizational variety of the planet and the wealth of cultures with political, economic, and other cliches. the cliches don't work here. the cliches that bluntly,
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without any alternatives, are being imposed from one center. a root is that what's in there? let's bring in dw russia, analyst constantine edgar, who joins us from the lithuanian capital, vilnius constantine, good to see you. so a determined russian president vladimir putin speaking there. did he remain optimistic and defiant throughout? yes, absolutely. and i think about what the main, my main take away from the speech very long speech by the way, is that put in the really believes that economic sanctions imposed by the west on, on russia will not word because of those who come to bail. it's out, i think that she is convinced that a financial team is good enough to stave off the financial catastrophe and be that's going to be enough. investors, let's say from asia that will come and be allowed to rush in economy. and by the
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way, speaking about the speech from a, it was very interesting how he repeatedly used this kind of traditional left wing post colonial discourse from western academia to the audience where there were a lot of people from china, india, basically from asia and africa, trying to basically please them with this kind of anti western pitch because of him will, will speak in a moment. the international community has condemned russia's invasion of ukraine. time and time again. german chancellor, all i show said on friday that it's absolutely necessary for leaders to speak directly with the russian president to end the war. so let's take a listen. what chance of shells have to say it is absolutely necessary to speak, to put in and i will continue to do so as the french president, but also, and there are some countries needed and some leaders needed that speak to him and it is necessary that they are clear because when i speak to put him,
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i say for instance, the same things as said to you, please understand that there will be no dictate peace. and if you really believe that you will rop from land and then hope that the times would change and all the things be will become normal. again, this is a mistake. right, so johnson or shells believes that dialogue is essential with president putin. but is there actually any indication that he's open to listening or compromising with the west constantine? well, over nearly 4 months? no, there is no sign that fruits and actually shifted in his position. actually, i think that he uses this phone call with the president wrong. and chancellor shots to tell the russian public, look, we are still respected. we're doing everything right. mike is right. but actually,
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i think in russia this, this particular message sounds quite powerful and dialogue is important. no doubt about that. the issue is the, the, basically what is the dialogue about, and i think that this is something that so far has been missing from this, this discourse of the necessity of dialogue with them. because uprooting seems to use it just for propaganda. public rush analysts konstantin, anchored. thank you. the u. k. has approved the extradition of wiki leagues founder julian assange to the united states. he's wanted there on 18 criminal charges including spine. washington says assange put lives at risk by publishing troves of classified military records and diplomatic correspondence. sandra supporters are vowing to fight the decision a 175 years in prison. that's a maximum sentence wiki lakes founder julian assange could face in the u. s. the u
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. k is home secretary has now moved him a step closer ordering his extradition. but the assange team say they'll appeal using every legal avenue to keep him out of us hands. the fact is that if he is extradited to the united states, the conditions he will be under will be so oppressive the case he is facing is so oppressive. but it will drive him to take his own life. the u. s. accuses assange of working with whistleblower chelsea manning to steal and publish classified material from military operations in iraq and afghanistan regal. so they say this put the lives of us agents in danger. his lawyers argue that no one was harmed, support his c assange as a courageous journalist who brought to light us war crimes. they say his case sets
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a dangerous precedent season is a grave threat to freedom of speech. not just the julian, but for every jonathan editor and media worker in this country. he faces a 175 years in prison for publishing information, which he's won. jim rhythm over the world over and have been nominated for the nobel peace prize. but the u. k courts rode extra dining assigned to the us would not impinge on his rights, including his right to a fair trial and free speech. a sanchez been fighting extradition for more than a decade. in 2019, he was sentenced to less than a year for breaching bail conditions, but he is now being held without conviction. for more than 2 years, firefighters are battling wild fires and several regions of spain for major blazes
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in catalonia, are threatening villages until destroyed thousands of factors of forest and farm land, and force hundreds to evacuate. unusually high temperatures of complicated efforts to extinguish the wild fires. flames blaze across the wooded hills of catalonia. for days now, emergency crews have been battling multiple wildfires across northern spain. hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate as strong winds and extreme temperatures to watered efforts to control the blazes. the fires have been sparked by an unseasonably early hate wave, with temperatures rising about 40 degrees celsius in some areas. but with emergency crews now stretched their limits. experts, a warning that such extreme weather events are the new normal. yeah, i think that the concept of our fire season is losing its meaning. right now. it's
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almost a full year. it's fire season. we have fire says on all, all year round with it's dry error land. spain is particularly vulnerable to rising temperatures, brought on by climate change. authorities have warned that 3 quarters of spanish land is vulnerable to desertification, worsened by high temperatures and a lack of rain. for farmers in the spanish countryside, the situation has been getting steadily was unusually. my big will use. climate change is affecting us a lot here. each year is 2 or 3 degrees hotter than the previous one. this season we are over 20 degrees above normal and it hasn't rained in a long time. then would your missile getting worse and worse? i know it was the most. a break in the weather is expected to bring some reprieve for embattled fire crews in the coming days. but as global temperatures continue to rise, any relief from the heat is likely to be short lived. 2 people have been injured in
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an attack on to seek temple in afghanistan, capital capital, a taliban as spokesperson said, attackers had attempted to drive a car laden with explosives into the temple area, but it detonated before reaching its target. there are also reports. the gunman stormed the temple and wounded those inside with a grenade. it's not yet clear who is behind the assault or i will take a look now at other news from around the world is really air strikes have hit hamas military sites in the gaza strip following rocket fire from the palestinian territory. israeli army said the palestinian militant group, hamas had fired a rocket towards ashland. after months of relative camp, there were no immediate reports of casualties. monsoon storms in northern bangladesh of killed at least 25 people and unleashed floods that left more than 2000000 stranded authority, say the flooding worse and saturday morning after
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a temporary reprieve. the previous day, the army has been deployed for rescue and relief operations. at least 2 people have been killed in clashes between demonstrators and police and san ago. the violence came as police blocked off access to the home of an opposition leader. was man sancho called for protests after authorities, bard a number of candidates from standing in elections at the end of july in football and news bar munich have agreed to science, audio manet, from liverpool, and a deal worth 41000000 euros. manet is considered one of the world's best forwards, having helped to liverpool to 2 major trophies last season. he also led synagogue to glory at this years, africa cup of nations. what it was 80 years ago today. paul mccartney is celebrating a milestone birthday. the former beatle is showing no signs of slowing down. he just finished a tour of the us and is due to play next week and at the glastonbury festival in
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the u. k. after the breakup of the beatles in 1970, he embarked on a successful solo career performing on stage with his for work 1st wife. linda. people around the world have joined day on social media to wish him a very happy 80th birthday. alright, while you're watching d w, news live from berlin up next are documentary series doc, film looks at the future of tourism and whether it can be made environmentally sustainable. and that's after a short break. i'm pablo filiette for me and the team herringberg. and thanks for watching see again at the top of the next 175 years ago, the young start up entrepreneur at a specific goal. 1 build the article instruments in the world. good size.

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