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ah, what is true, what's vague? it doesn't matter. the only criteria is worked will who people shed light on the opaque world who's behind the benefits and why are they a threat to whistle opaque wolves this week on d w blue? ah, ah, this is d w. news lie from berlin, a u. s. court hand stand life sentences to 3 white men for the 2020 killing of
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african american aman arbor. the judge called their actions chilly, hunting down, and murdering our group, who was jogging in their mostly white neighbourhood. also coming up cossacks don's president gives the order to shoot to kill protesters as he seeks to regain control over deadly young, wretched. russia and its allies have been drafted in to provide military help. and german football kicks off after the winter break. it's corona virus, one by munich. mill. as a pandemic removes 9 players from the leaders team shoot. ah, a mike local, welcome. a court in the us state of georgia has given life sentences to 3 white men convicted of murdering ahmed arbor a black man. the presiding judge said he handed down the harshest sentence possible
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due to the defendants callous words and actions armoured arteries killing, helped fuel the black lives matter. protest that rock the u. s. a head of the 2020 elections outside a court house in georgia. the crowd hangs on the lips of the judge inside an outburst of joy, as these words were read out over the loudspeaker. mister mc michael. the court sentences you as follows: count one, malice, murder, life without the possibility of parole. felony murder, travis michael, had killed ahmed aubrey can without her jug felony with a shotgun needed by operation of law. ahmad aubrey was marked to tragedy. tragedy on many, many levels, almost torn, i'm sorry. on february 23rd of 2020, almost 2 years ago. a resident of glenn county, a graduate of brunswick high,
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the son of brother, the young man with drains was gone down in this community, dated the 24th. michael had been convicted of murder in november, alongside his father, gregory a neighbor william bryan. only dry and will be allowed to appeal for parole. after 30 years. william or bry, they each have nobody moist and do not deserve any leniency. this wasn't a case of mistaken identity or mistake . in fact, they chose, they chose to target my fan because they didn't want him in their community as follows. the men claim, they thought aubrey was fleeing a crime, that it was found not they were not arrested after chasing down the 25 year old in that cause and shooting him dead that changed when this video
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emerged filled by brine. it captures the chase and the shots that aubrey who seemed falling to the ground after fighting for his life. the motive spark nationwide outraged that fit into the protest for him, the deference george floyd, a black man killed by a police officer to the people outside the court house. the sentencing of aubrey's keyless array of hope in a country where races violence too often goes unpunished. now let's take a look at some other stories making news around the world. if yoga has released opposition, leader asking to nega the i'm, however, a politician was detained in 2020 after deadly anti government protests. his release is among a series of surprised pardons for high profile political prisoners, announced by the government on friday. it said the move was to promote dialogue as
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the armies embroiled in ethnic conflict on several fronts. chinese shaped media se an explosion in china has killed 16 people and wounded 10 others. it caused the collapse of the canteen in the city of tron, king, trapping workers in san it suspected the blast was caused by ghastly in cars extend. the government says it has regained control over the country's largest city after the president and issued in order to shoot and kill protesters. mit has become the central flash point during days of violent protest in the central asian nation, during which doesn't sab been killed and thousands arrested. the u. s. has announced it'll allow non essential staff to leave its consulate there. the president has asked russia to send thousands of troops to help put down the unrest. oh, mattie ablaze the city scarred from the worst violence to hit kazakstan in 30 years
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. president chi if told cassock security forces they could shoot to kill, opening the door for a dramatic escalation. in the crackdown on protesters corner carries the counter terrorist operation continues. the militants have not laid down to 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 the kremlin. has he did president the chi of 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. al matty, the country's largest city, has become grown 0 and a deadly battle against what many here see as a crooked government. i wonder that if we want to tell the whole world that the only thing flourishing in kazakhstan is corruption at night,
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when we hear explosions, i'm scared. it hurts to know that young people are dying. when he might, watching, the protests began over a hike in fuel prices, but decades of corruption and inequality have found the flames of rebellion across a nation rich in resources. to kai of response to the protest sparked international concern. vip on which dot, we want to protect the rule of law everywhere, to that end, we call for no violence and for an end to violence. 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 e u. the german government, from me and many others around the world who are seeing please come back to peaceful progress in the country. ah, but as to kind of raises the stakes in his fight for political survival,
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there is worry that peaceful progress has given way brutal authoritarianism. read stanish is a correspondent for radio fee for europe. and he's been covering this story from prague where he joins his son now. read how or protestors responding to the news of the president's shoot to kill orders. well, much not clear right now, you know, kind of largely sealed on the outside world of me, airport. the globe where i have been coming to you by wrestling through internet services and phone lines are still mostly gouter the on and off throughout the week . i think for major care. but obviously, you know, the violence, we have been master again. people progress over fuel prices, but this is going to quickly spiral into something much larger and something more, more violent and a quick pace of how things change everywhere from the government approach on the
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street that i've chatted with as well. you know, i'm not even more closely, i think, resemble the words on right now with the card and, you know, gunshot throughout the city. although things have come down, you know, compared to earlier this week. you know, i've also spoken on and off well, but connected on with, you know, just ordinary residents of alma t and other than describing with a pretty limited food. you know, a lot of their communications that haven't been working with talked to them to pay for good part is not working and they're running low on task and digital hasn't been working as well. so they're great, believe they're wrong, right now the, you ation due to this, you know, you know, we're, we're just hearing now that cause expense, national security committee says its former chief has been detained on suspicion of treason. again, this is just come in coming in now, but i wonder,
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is this reliable information? and is there anything more you can add? oh, you know, in terms of it is reliable or not, i mean it's a very serious and important development. obviously we're not sure what exactly behind it, but i think it's something that a lot of adolescent observers have been talking about in the last few days, which is that there's a power struggle taking place. you know, within the governor there's been ongoing speculation that some people fight in the street, not people. protesters know who began, but others who turned to violence were actually prophecies repeating fractions of politically. you know what exactly? we don't know right now, but it's like between some of the countries influence a political class or early president announced earlier this week that he had taken over the security council. a job that had previously been held by no other buyer
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who had been a long serving president for nearly 30 years. and he still has a influence, a role in the country. but we are by fire and has moved against other people who are close to not byer, but his nephew, he was the deputy head of the security service as well as other well in positions. so i think with growing pattern that we're seeing over the course of the crisis. but what exactly it means, you know, we have to wait and see because we're not privy to what's happening. that's journalists are read standish again. thank you so much. germany's national and regional leaders have agreed on a series of measures to combat rising corona, virus infections. case numbers are now a 3rd higher than a week ago. people going out, socializing face tied to restrictions and to count as fully vaccinated. they need to have had a booster jab or show
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a negative test result. as the leaders discussed new pandemic measures of the front of their minds was the army crown variant, which is set to become the dominant strain in germany. class is from the call, one thing is clear, micron will keep us busy for a long time to come. and that is why we cannot sound the all clear for our health care system. it must be said, clearly we will see higher infections and there will also be many new patients in the hospital was given if infected people and even their contacts have to isolate in large numbers, some fear, even the emergency services could lack the personnel to do their essential job. so the politicians have taken a risky decision shortening isolation periods for those who had contact with infected people. and in some cases, removing the isolation requirement altogether. that was, that is what any contact person who has received the booster shot no longer has to go into quarantine. we've agreed on this in close consultation with all responsible
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parties involved here in germany. all others can lead quarantine or isolation of to 10 days if they're no longer symptomatic. i told them in at the same time a tightening of restrictions for people came to go out for a meal or a drink. entry to restaurants and bars will be limited to the vaccinated, all recovered, who also have a negative test. that address is the fact people can't wear a mask while they are eating and drinking. and if they've had the booster shot, they won't need a test. that point is intended to encourage more to take up vaccination. the campaign to get vaccines into arms is proceeding fast, but chancellor shalt says it's not fast enough. he once 30000000 more doses administered during january. so far it has been less than $3000000.00 some sports now in the bonus league, a returned with a bang after the winter break as much and god box stun league leaders bind munich.
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byron would normally have come into the mattress strong favorites, but the bavarian were missing 9 stars due to cov 19 thought buck took advantage and in doing so breathed the little life into the tidal chase. glad by coach dowdy hurt her was all smiles as he greeted his byron counterpart yearly at na guzman. this, despite the enormity of the task in front of him, na guzman had to be happy to have yashimi kemesha back after a 2 month absence. due to cobit 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 any volleyed, impass spin o'guise who was filling in with manual noah out with cove. it
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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 repeatedly threatened jamal lucy, allah denied here by yon sama but they couldn't hit the target. and that's how it ended. now all the black box were smiling as they pick up 3 crucial points against no less then by iron munich. coming up next sports lie finds out what it takes to become a ski jump, or there's more in our website, d, w dot com. and on instagram and twitter to handle, there is act w. i'm mike, look who you're watching d w a literature invites us to see people in particular.


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