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as we take on the world, we're all about the stories that matter to whatever it takes to least man follow with on fire made for mines. ah ah, this is the w news live from burly cossacks, dance police get shipped to kill orders from the president. after
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a week of deadly protest, contact president has him. your mike talk, i have says order is being restored and he promises that those behind the violence will be eliminated. so, coming up, groundbreaking actor, sidney poitier, has died at the age of 1940. we'll take a look at the long life career and influence of the 1st black person to win an oscar for best actor. and jim and soccer kicks off after the winter break. and it's coded won by and munich mill is the pandemic removes 9 players from the late latest . ah, i'm anthony. how'd welcome cossacks! dance president has authorized security forces to open fire on protesters without warning. president cassim, you're mad, took a if is the state will fight to the end against what he calls bandits,
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terrorists and militants days. a violent protest in the central asian nation have seen dozens killed and many thousands more arrested. at the president's request, russia is leading a force of peacekeepers from former soviet states to help put down the unrest. has a government says that order has been restored in the biggest city, al maddie o. mattie ablaze the city scarred from the worst violence to hit cast extern in 30 years. president to chi if told catholic security forces they could shoot to kill opening the door for a dramatic escalation in the cracked zone on protesters. quarter theory, the counter terrorist operation continues. the militants have not laid down the arms. they continue to commit crimes or prepare for committing them. the fight against them should be completed. whoever does not surrender will be eliminated.
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the kremlin has, he did president, the cairo calls for assistance and sent more than 2000 troops to help protect the fire on russia's doorstep. but there are few signs of peace here on the streets of kazakhstan as each day brings fresh bloodshed. almighty the country's largest city has become grown 0 and a deadly battle against what many here see as a crooked government. what are these whom we want to tell the whole world that the only thing flourishing in kazakhstan is corruption? at night when we hear explosions, i'm scared. it hurts to know that young people are dying. would you mind watching? the protests began over a hike and fuel prices, but decades of corruption and inequality have found the flames of rebellion across a nation rich in resources. to chi up to respond to the protest, sparked international concern, the phone, it stops,
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we want to protect the rule of law everywhere from the 12 to that end, we call for no violence and for an end to violence, subsistence. and obviously that also means that there should be no violence against citizens. and in that sense, those unity and what is being heard from the you, the german government, from me and many others around the world who are seeing please come back to peaceful progress in the country by 10 big ah, but us to kai of raises the stakes in his fight for political survival, there is worry that peaceful progress has given way brutal authoritarianism or i, let's bring in political scientists calling wood now from columbia university. welcome to you. what is the situation in the largest city almighty? now as you understand it, colleen authorities now back in control since really difficult to have a fact check story to tell there that there is
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a total internet blackout right now because it's done. so journalists, activists who are actually on the ground are having a really difficult time getting that information out. but i've been seeing reports of people in almighty, they're hearing gunshots, they're hearing explosions throughout the city. but it does seem that authorities have maintain control on people door scared and there's long lines rate. he ends for food and people are just having a really difficult time getting back online to check with loved ones in the city and across the country. in that report was seen and heard of more and more troops from the russian lead security alliance, arriving in recent hours. what does their presence they main and what's the mission? the official mission is to protect military installations, government buildings out the country. but they're also been illusions to the c s t o peacekeeping troops. their, their goal is to help restore order broadly against some sort of a,
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a for in attempting to cause instability and cause exxon. so that latter miss it is a bit more big, which i think gives the peacekeepers a broader mandate to, to use violence. as he ordered soldiers to shoot to kill, took a upset he was facing, and i caught 20000 bandits in it and demographic since his opposition. who are the people that have been out on the streets this week? yes. to kind statements about it being appropriate to shoot to kill these. these terrorists is deeply worrying and i think it's important to condemn this clear violation of cause. it sounds international commitments, but in terms of who the people are, it really depends on what city you are in the country. so in western context on right now where these protests 1st started on january, 2nd, they're largely peaceful. the police are not intervening and back please for
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joining in on them. in my tea from my understanding was it started out similarly people, protesters, average activists, but also random people showing up on an overnight then groups of unknown angry men who riled up the crowds and initiated the writing. so that the big question is, who those people are and where they came from and as to who they are, what about the result of what's happened? he, if t ok, i can put down this protest just quickly before we go. what does that do to his position? is he stronger or weaker than before? the results or it could be pretty devastating. i think that to kind of the question whether he's stronger, a weaker it depends on a demographic. so domestically, this seems like it's a move for him to both shut down and threats from the masses. and also threats from other leads who are trying to buy for power. be the president, but internationally. i think it this puts to kind of in a really awful position. i mean, you sacrifice 30 years of speaking for contact on
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a sovereignty by inviting russian troops in this. yes. here. peacekeepers in. so there are yet how, how to kind of stands to fair from this depends on who is who in relation to whom? great to get your insight colin would of columbia university. thanks so much. thanks. take care. all right, let's take a look out some of the other stories making news around the world to sell. a judge in the united states in georgia has sentenced the 3 white men who killed black men, ahmad aubrey, to life in prison. 25 year old aubrey was joking when he was shot dead. the father and son who armed themselves and chased him, have no chance of parole. operational law, the highest volcano in the galapagos islands has started spewing lava and clouds of ash equals geophysical institute says there is no immediate danger to populated areas, but kind of lost rapid 6 years ago. tennis. another joke of it is thank fans for
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their support during his detention in a melbourne quarantine hotel, jock, which is a whiting monday court hearing into whether he can compete in this is of this month australian open rather immigration officials say he failed to provide evidence of a coven, 19 vaccination, or a medical exemption needed to into the country. or results of any study suggest the number of adults living with dementia around the world will nearly triple to more than 150000000. by the year 2050 obesity and smoking are among the risk factors likely to drive this increase. you must research as estimate that north africa and the middle east in particular, we'll see a dramatic ross more people getting older and indulging in unhealthy habits. that's what a landmark study found were the main reasons for an expected spike in dementia.
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cases will rise in every country, but the middle east and north africa will see an almost 400 percent rise in the number of people with the degenerative brain disease. by the year 2050 the projection and north african, the middle east, where we're quite large and it's a, do you like increases both and population growth and population aging. and so the hearing about a factor in particular in that region row is large anticipated increases in dementia burden. dementia leads to a loss of brain function, thinking, reasoning, and remembering. destroying life slowly reset. you see that though the numbers are not set in stone, they should serve as a warning to act. no, this is an important important is these to consider on in terms of future planning
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no matter where you are. you will see a less pronounced increase with 40000000 cases in 2050 compared to around 8000000. no believe to be a result of the older population. and a long history of grappling with unhealthy lifestyles, healthy diet, lower alco intake, stalls making. and so that this sort of mantra look after the hearts and you look after the head expense, see healthy eating campaigns as well as the use of medication like aspirin, to prevent stroke have help to combat the disease when i start, instead decrease in numbers and some dimensions such as vascular dimensions, so this'll help promotion elements and managing risk factors is starting to have an impact. some encouraging signs for policy makers faced with a surge in demand for dementia care. in the decades to come,
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the groundbreaking actor, sidney poitier, has died at the age of $94.00. he was the 1st black winner of the best actor oscar for the 1963 film lily's of the field inspired a generation during the civil rights era with roles crossing the racial divide. a cultural icon and pioneer hollywood 1st major black movie sta, awarded the presidential medal of freedom by america's 1st black president in 2009 . sidney poitiers sustained a long career as a lead performer, becoming the 1st black man to win the best actor oscar in 1964 and another one in 2002 in honor of his life's work. we have lots and lots and lots of, of african american actors. now, when we didn't have any i appeared not because i brought so much because, but because the time was right. what is breakthrough? came in 1958 with the film. the defiant ones alongside tony curtis. racism was
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a core theme in many of his films potty a famously starred and guess who's coming to dinner. one of the few films of it's time to depict interracial marriage in a positive light. mom, this is john. i'm a but it was his role is a police officer in 1967 in the heat of the night that catapulted him to start him . sidney poitier also enjoyed success as a director in front of and behind the camera. he paved the way for generations boneless league, a returned with a bang off the winter break his machine. glad back, stunned late late as by and munich by an would normally of coming to the match, a strong favorites. but the bavarian, we're missing 9 stars g to covet. 19 glad buck took advantage to and in doing so, bring a little life into the thought of choice. glad by coach dowdy, her teacher was all smiles as he greeted his byron counterpart julia na guzman.
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this, despite the enormity of the task in front of him, now guzman had to be happy to have ja show a chemist back after a 2 month absence due to cov, at 19. and he was definitely glad that a certain prolific polish striker is on his team. robert levin doff ski opening the scoring for byron in the 18th minute. but 9 minutes later, the visitors responded. flaw he annoy house doing the honors. he was unmarked by the bye and defense, and he volleyed impass spend o'guise who was filling in with manual noah out with cove. it a few minutes later, stephan lajna headed home a corner to make it to one. and hooter was still smiling. this one just out of the reach of the diving. alright. in the 2nd half by and
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repeatedly threatened, jamal lucila denied here by yon summer. but they couldn't hit the target, and that's how it ended. now, all at blackbox were smiling as they pick up 3 crucial points against no less than buyer and munich. now the city of ja catherine berg and rossa is transformed into a winter wonderland, thanks to its annual i sculpture festival. more than 20 teams from all over russia to popular sculptures traditionally feature religious things, such as the nativity of christ, timothy celebration of the russian orthodox christmas. first prize goes to this entry titled, heavenly ship. and you're up to that coming up next in l. do. malone has the business news that software, sure price, davis people and trucks injured when trying to flee the city center. more and more refugees are
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