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[000:00:00;00] ah ah, this is the news ally from berlin, the end of a 20 year mission against islamic extremist in afghanistan. the last us and nato troops leave the main background, airbus, but up guns, fear for the future as the taliban take over. angular medical aims to reset the relation stream by record on her last refill visit to britain. the chancellor also hints at mister travel restrictions for people arriving in germany to alien suggest on world us day d. w had been about as infamous area,
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51 in search of visitors from out of space. ah and a warm welcome. 12 years around the world. i'm michael ok. the last remaining american and nato troops have left the main international military base in afghanistan. the background facility has been officially handed over to africa and forces bob graham with the center of the 20 year campaign against the taliban and al qaeda. at its peak, $100000.00 troops, which station their mission is ended. but security in afghanistan remains highly precarious. the taliban terror group is celebrating the departure of the western troops and has already overrun much of the country. afghans are worried about what
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will happen to them now. the international troops have gone journey through a war zone here and a scanner stands capital cobble, barbed wire, and tie. woof, protect not just embassies and government departments, but banks and hotels to fear is ever present to terror. attacks take place daily government districts and residential neighborhoods. this western district is one of the cities most dangerous, mainly his czar is live here. this year and minority group is result from a ton of 85 people were killed in an attack on a school in early may knows that the victims were girls between the ages of the legend and 15 after 20 years of foreign age, afghanistan is one of the poorest and most dangerous countries in the world. people
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at the bazaar tell me they're afraid the situation will need to tear. we're rate when international troops withdraw. gonna make it to mind they're going. i think the situation in afghanistan is getting worse. by the day. we thought it would get better off to 20 is done, but do the habit. nothing has happened for good and we're heading for another war. what are there on the bonus? the that i fear gang, did they go up? this trader said he used to work with the u. s. military, like many afghans who worked for the foreign forces, he is revenge, attacked by the taliban. i want to out from here is because my family and i am not say that the here's the i want to get when you any country is actually but i don't have money to go through our doctor. i'm,
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i'm going to plan because in here is very danger place. the cost of point security has risen sharply here, especially in recent months. businesses of stepping up that protections. not just, not just fair of the taliban. and also growing crime. entrepreneur lay, he has a call center and an employment agency and cobble the 46 year old says he's determined to stay in the country, but the poor security situation is a problem. and he doesn't know what will happen when all international troops withdraw. they don't know about to court tomorrow because in some provinces, we sleep at night. but even in the morning when wake up, this is the office is closed because of corruption and by the time of on the uncertainty and fear that pervade this country are only growing the full withdrawal role of all foreign troops. news, let's get more on that with daniel server. he's
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a professor of the practice of conflict management and american foreign policy programs. also research scholar at the middle east institute and joins us now from washington. d. c. welcome to d w, sir. what does the withdrawal of foreign troops mean for the stability of the region? introduce this enormous uncertainty. obviously the carbon of already been taking advantage of the lack of american action against i advancing especially in the countryside, but also in some important towns. meanwhile, negotiations are ongoing and no one knows where they might lead or not lead. and there's a long history in afghanistan of civil war and chaos. i think the question that all observers have at this moment is whether the afghan
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security forces are strong enough or capable enough to hold off the town then and secure peace for their country. i don't think there's any indication that they can secure peace throughout all the provinces, but i think there is indication that they may be able to secure major towns, major cities. and i'm not sure all the cobble is about to fall. certainly the f kennedy and experience i talk with. he says that's unlikely. what do you think the plan is on the us side here? the bye didn't administration. what is their plan for that region? and specifically for afghanistan, the plan is to turn over the issue of the political settlement and that can ascend entirely to the african government and the negotiations is conducting with the telephone. but at the same time,
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to support financially the asking security forces to strengthen the government hand as much as we can from afar, without having a significant military presence on the ground. and that's the strategy, and it's even the long term strategy. if the financing can be sustained, we often talk about the united states when we talk about afghanistan, but there's a whole international community out there. what is the plan or should be the plan that the international community has as a whole in order to secure stability and peace for that country? the international community has to be ready, especially if there's a settlement between the taliban and the afghan government to step in support of that of that settlement. but i don't think anybody is going to leave
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troops on the ground. none of benito allies are going to, going to the troops on the ground in afghanistan as the americans are gone. so, this becomes the stabilization efforts at arms points so to speak. in the record of such stabilization efforts is not great. and we only have about 20 seconds or so here. sure. but if in fact the taliban are able to retake the country, what would that mean for the canister? and it would mean a reversion, at least in part, to the kind of strict islamists rule discrimination against women and against minorities that prevail during their previous time is government in afghanistan, it will be a very ugly picture is
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a takeover. but even though they are in the civil war, that continues after an ada withdrawl. that's daniel server from washington, d. c. really appreciate your time, sir. angler merkel has been in britain on a mission to reset relation. strain by breck said, it's her last official visit to the u. k. before she steps down. as the german chancellor miracle had was held wide ranging talked with the british prime minister and there was time for tea with the queen at windsor. castle far is johnson on a charm offensive as he welcomes the e u. the longest serving leader. this is angular medical's. 3rd visit to check is the country residence by british prime ministers.
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far is johnson is the 5th british need a she's dealt with in her 16 years in german chancellor and her last. she prepares to step down in september. i'm going to on behalf of the u. k. i want to thank you for your truly historic commitment. not just to the u. k. germany relationship, but to global diplomacy. more generally, you can, this meeting was about when we searching relations between germany and the u. k. after the tensions of bricks, it lost him also after prisons exit from the you. it's a good opportunity to open a new chapter in german, british relations and find practical ways to have close contacts. this includes regular government consultations which we've agreed on the hub and conduct so good the to also discuss the vaccine rollout among other issues. macros,
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signaling that battling could soon relax quarantine rules or britons traveling to germany has been double job. it's no secret that the german chancellor has found johnson at times difficult to deal with. but she is the queen of diplomacy, sonus, and we look at how different people are and make the best of it. and that works wonderfully about the macro finished her british visit with all the pomp and ceremony. a world leader would expect. good afternoon, windsor castle, she had an audience with queen elizabeth and no doubt they had a good chat over a proper cup of tea. told, let's take you now to london, where d w brigitte boss is following the story for us. hello, very good. let's start with that. the press conference. what did we learn about the
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state of relations between the 2 countries? bilateral is really the buzzword of the day because the u. k. having just left the european union needs these good bilateral relationships and germany is of course, one of the most important partners for the u. k. it's important strategic partner when it comes to trade is the 2nd biggest trading partner, but also when it comes to foreign and security policies. and that joint declaration was just published, was just saying between the 2 countries. but they announced more they announced more cultural exchange and youth exchange. so really saying that off the, the end of the new year off the u. k has left the you that these relations between germany and u. k. but they need work on. they need, they need strengthening, and they, they really need a constant basically looking often. and this is what they want to to,
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to say today. you know, the northern ireland protocol came up during q, renee, now mr. johnson likes to refer to this as a victory, and in fact, he claimed it as one, but this is a real source of friction between britain and, and you, of course. yeah, it's a real problem. i have just traveled about us and spoken to people, then it is a problem because no, the not and is still part of the united kingdom bought economically. it remains aligned to the europe in union, and many people there really, really object to it because they feel that they're being treated differently than the rest of the u. k. so they don't, they don't want it. and we can really feel the tensions in northern ireland. however, this is a topic where i think under the macros, signaled that this, this is where bilateral relations also have the limits. because she said, well, we need to not over stretch ourselves when it comes to northern ireland for a pragmatic solution. but i think shields the signal that this is where the u. k. and we're boys,
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johnson really need rustles and they need to all to work on their relationship with brussels and, and make it really sensible one where, where they work on, on really tricky problems like like the, know the knowledge issue and breaks it and burger, what's the trip to the u. k. without having tea with the queen. in fact, that's what happened with the transfer of germany. was just just a courtesy visit or is there something special here? i believe that i'm going maquel really, this will be very, very special. she told journalist when she was in the u. k. just a few weeks ago at the g 7 summit that it was the highlight of the trip that she met with 3 generations of the roles family. and we know that she's really a fan of the queen, so i think for had to be here in a sort of farewell to and ended in with the cost of having tea with the queen. that will definitely would have been something really special. that's
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a very good mass in london for as much thanks as always anglo merkel became the german chancellor back in 2005 for it's johnson is the 5th british prime minister she has dealt with. we take a look back now at how merkel has weathered the changes one moment to visit england. the grounds are all ready cheering, but not because angle imaculi's coming. instead it's about beating germany football . but the chancellor has seen all sides of this love hate relationship before this during 16 years in office medical is dealt with 5 british prime ministers. you know, when she came to pass, tony blair was a number 10 downing street. they had big plans together to end poverty and start tackling climate change. leaders move their parties towards the center. both were at times hugely popular with voters. but as miracles,
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power grew play was replaced by his nemesis gordon brown. he was a very serious man. not unlike the chancellor, we now need to come together again with heightened cooperation with wild germans. appreciated sobriety. brown was soon heading for the feet, opposed. mack who flew in to provide some support, but she did not meet her fellow conservative. david cameron brown lost the election the new prime minister with the chancellor with self diplomacy. in the british museum, the visitor was shown proof of the british love of german cars. but cameron's friendly overtures were undermined by his plan to hold a referendum on leaving the medical herself was briefly at the center of that debate. when the women, they called multi addressed the mother of parliaments, we need a strong united kingdom with
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a strong voice inside the european union. if we have that, we will be able to make the necessary changes for the benefit of all. but her appeals fell on deaf ears. the u. k voted to leave the rec, save also brought in medical's p. m number for where to reason may it seemed at 1st there was hope of doing a deal to pragmatists working together even after the split in brussels. a shared sense of color and if she had sense of humour, could the cement relations. but the deal on future co operation agreed by may medical and the other e. u leaders was thrown out by the house of commons. last in the line of british leaders for medical is boris johnson. his bullish bravado is a world away from her cool, analytical focus. but even he is willing on occasion to quote german chancellor, we in the u. k. want a deal. we seek
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a deal and i believe that we can get what we can do the shop and us, i think it is the phrase prime ministers have come and gone and medical has worked hard to smooth relations with the u. k. the politics aside, there's one british leader. anglo miracle has always got on with perfectly well. let's take a look now. it's some other stories making news around the world. more than 2000 aid workers have formed a human chain in northwestern syria, stretching from the border with turkey to the rebel held city of atlanta. they opposed russia's efforts to close the only remaining border crossing that allows aid into areas held by syrian insurgence. belushi and leader alexandra lucas. shank o has ordered the complete closure of his country's border with neighboring ukraine, claiming that rebel groups are planning of coo and that weapons are coming from
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ukraine. bailey bruce has become increasingly isolated following last years contested elections. which western countries say we're fraudulent. zambia has been mourning its founding president kennedy colanda at a memorial service. the liberation hero died last month at the age of $97.00 after a bout of pneumonia. window led the country from 1964 to 1991. after leaving office, he became inactive. as against h, i v aids french prosecutors have opened a probe into alleged involvement in crimes against humanity by several global retailers. they include japan's unique lo us shoemaker, sketchers and spin zara. the prosecutors, the lead to the companies rely on the forced labor of the weaker and other muslim minorities in china is changing. the u. s. defense department is keeping an open mind on visitors to the earth from outer space,
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neither confirming nor ruling out their existence in an eagerly awaited report on unidentified flying objects. so on world u. f. o day we sent d w's fearless correspondence. stephanie simons. out into the desert in search of alien life. which every north of las vegas, nevada, our destination area, 51, the infamous us air force base that is frowned in mystery and riddled with conspiracy. there is somewhat of a height about all things you were false and extra terrestrial in the us these days . following the release of a pentagon report on us was on our way to area $51.00 on the so called extra terrestrial highway. we came across this place here, the alien research center. of course, it's not really a research center. it's a good job and our luck has it. it's close to day,
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closed or not so called us o tourists are stopping by. on one hand, fully aware that the alien research center is only about so veneers. but on the other hand, also open to the idea that this is a place for a scientific research on adrian. you never know. i mean, we are pretty close to area 51, so you never, you never know it is this, you never know that inherent doubt many people have created by perhaps unwarranted secrecy. that is the problem for people like retired navy pilot lieutenant commander alex d treatment. we meter in boulder, colorado, so i had this experience in 2004, almost 17 years ago. that experience dietrich is referring to is known as the name . it's incident. it shows where dietrich and 3 of her colleagues encountered off the coast of san diego, california. it is just one of thousands of encounters by other pilots. they are all categorized as an identified area phenomena or u a. p. meaning, the pentagon has no explanation for them and kept them secret for years. the trick
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proposes a different approach, i would hope to contribute to the reductions of stigma and to promoting or encouraging a deliberate and thorough collection and reporting process. so that those individuals who are qualified to make the analysis have the information that they need and that they can conduct that a thorough investigation and analysis to come up with some conclusions. dietrich's, please, for scientifically standardized data collection on a piece designated an absolute must in the future by ness. our research scientists robbie qu, marco products from scientists spec to might take on the year for ease. we don't know what they are. we cannot speculate what they are without having proper data
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collected on them to find out the nature of the 0 force. and my hope is we would focus on the science part of the scientific study of your force and avoid any speculation and be agnostic about investigating them back on the extra terrestrial highway and event. we finally arrive at area $51.00. even if this us air force base will perhaps never reveal it secrets, most experts and serious mind degrees when it comes to us those we simply don't know what we don't know, but we should look into it. the at football euro 2020 spain have beaten switzerland in a dramatic penalty. shoot out to book their place in the semifinals, spain's goalkeeper, who nie simon made to save it as his country. 131 in the shoot out, the match had ended one all after extra time, despite switzerland playing with 10 men after a red card. spain will now face the winner of tonight's 2nd quarter final,
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between belgium and italy. for more on spain's hard earned victory, i'm joined in the studio now by dave brand from d w. sports dave spain got in there. in the end i can imagine they are extremely relieved. yeah, i think there must have been a nationwide side relief that swept throughout all of spain. after that, as you said, it was an incredibly close match. it was a real nail biter and spin really are almost a bit lucky to have squeaked through. they initially came out ahead thanks to an 8th minute own goal from the news, the korea and then switzerland really kept pushing, kept fighting the manage to equalize through said, answer key. if you in the 60 minute he's had a great tournament for switzerland. it was his 3rd goal, the tournament, and then as you said, a red card in the 70 summons minute for spain or excuse me, for switzerland and spin up
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a man. didn't seem to matter too much. they tried and tried and tried, but switzerland held strong. but spain really came through and held their nerves when it counted. we had another dramatic penalties shoot out in this for them. it was really the only got this far by knocking out france through penalties. but this time they didn't have the same luck immediately. yet to finish the game winning penalty and help spain wide through into this. i mean it's a very good with you but and they certainly did to hold their nerves as you put it, but they clearly struggle that times. do you still give them a good chance of winning this tournament? yeah, i mean, 1st of all, i think we do have to give switzerland all the credit they deserved. they really have punched way, way above their weight this tournament, and done a lot better than people gave them credit for the, the lease to say the least. but spain were clear favorites in this match and did struggle. and i think this match was really indicative of one of their broader issues where they have a boom bust attack in 2 of their matches. they've scored 5 goals now. and 3 of
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their matches, they either were shut out or only scored one goal. so it's either kind feast or famine. i think if they can get that figured out, then they really are one of the better teams in the tournament. there are also kind of in a transitional period. this isn't the same team that won the 282012 euros and the 2010 world cup. there are younger team which means there's less pressure, but they're going to play the winner of italy, belgium. i wouldn't really be jealous of having to go up against either of those 2 teams. so the way forward for them isn't going to get any easier. got it. that's dave granite from d w. sports. really appreciate your analysis there. and a reminder of the top story we're following few at this shower, the last us native trees have left barbara military base and f ganesh, a 20 year mission against islam is extreme. this is in the talib on terra group,
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