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doesn't matter, the only criteria is what we'll hook people. we should light on the opaque world who's behind the benefits. and why are they a threat to whistle? oh, peak world. this week on d, w. ah, ah, ah, this is debbie news live from berlin. doesn't killed and thousands arrested cars extends largest wave of protests in years. the government says it now regained control, as the cause of president talks with moscow about further measures to quell the
unrest. also coming up the u. s. court hands down life sentences to free white men for the 2020 killing of african american, but are very, the judge calls their actions chilling, hunting down and murdering the man while he was jogging in their mostly white neighborhood. and its corona virus won by our new nic vill was germany football kicks off. following the winter break 9 players on the leagues top team. i've been knocked out by play of play by coven 19 ah, i'm william gruff. welcome to the show. following unrest and cause extent that countries leader has talked with his russian counterpart about further measures to quote restore order. cason jo mart, cayenne told vladimir putin that the situation was stabilizing after russia sent troops to help put down the largest wave protests in years. housing authorities
have also arrested the country's former intelligence chief on suspicion of treason . cassock stands, largest city almighty was the central flash point during days a violent protest in which dozens were killed. thousands more were arrested. o mattie ablaze the city scarred from the worst violence to hit kazakstan in 30 years . president to chi if told cassock security forces they could shoot to kill, opening the door for a dramatic escalation in the crack don't protesters corner carries the counter terrorist operation continues. the militants have not laid down their 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 heeded president the coyote 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. i wanted to leave him. 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 when he might wish. 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 chi up to respond to the protests of sparked international concern vehicle which dot, we want to protect the rule of law everywhere. so to that end, we call for no violence and for an end to violence. interested. and obviously that
also means that there should be no violence against citizens, is in that sense, there's 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 ah, but us to call you have raises the stakes in his fight for political survival. that is what he, that peaceful progress has given way brutal authoritarianism. the journalist bruce pioneer is a central asia specialist. he's following the story for us and he joined us now from prague. so tell us 1st rush as role. how is that impacting this situation? well, you know, the fact that russia would ultimately, of course, is the head of this, like in security for the organization agreed to send. what are these keep the cost on would certainly seem to be an indication that they're citing with the current president asked them to market. so it gives him an extra support. you know,
it really is. this started out as, as a support as a protest. you know, you are socio economic reasons, but there's something else entirely going on. and it looks like there's a struggle for some sort of struggle our, you know, within the government and with russia degree for the 1st time ever did a boy c, a c o. troops to another country that seems to be a sign of support for the people who are in control of the situation right now. especially given the soviet post soviet relations there. you mentioned about government power struggle. we hear that cause expense, national security committee chief or former chief has been detained on suspicion of treason. what more can you tell us about that, about that development? obviously, the fact that someone like that can be, can be detained, but to be charged with treatment. amazing, i mean this is a 2 time prime minister in the country is one of the secretary of state head of the
presidential administration and just only lately the head of security so so long time long or by a loyalist. the 1st president sanders was on the other by the fact that he is now under arrest and base in serious, serious charges in indication that the faction that some of the faction anyways has been loyal. the president 1st president does or bio, is in big trouble at the moment. so yeah, and what do we know about the protesters and their demands now or where does this leave him? you know, this is there still are. some protests going on around the country. started out again, as i mentioned as peaceful protests about socio economic problems in the country and, and lack of ability to participate in politics. some of those are still going on in the country. unfortunately, this other situation has been evolving with the violence in the east and you know that the declaration of red alert for terrorism across the country and everything.
you know, the protest that started this whole process seem to be back. now. the background is something much more serious within all the government. right. journalist for his partner, bringing us the latest. thank you so much and we look forward talking to you soon. a court in the u. s. state of georgia has given life sentences to 3 white men convicted of murdering off not albury, a black man. the presiding judge said he handed down the harshest sentence possible due to the defendants, quote callous words and actions augment augur is killing help fuel the black lives matter protests that rock the us. ahead of the 2020 elections outside a court house in georgia, 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, travers michael, had killed ahmed aubrey goes out, her jog felony with a shotgun needed by operation of law. the mod aubrey was merc, 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, the son of brother, the young man with dreams was gone down in this community. dated the 24th, like michael had been convicted of murder in november, alongside his father, gregory, and neighbor william bryan. only dry and will be allowed to appeal for parole. after 30 years of william or rhyme, they each have no remorse and do not deserve any leniency.
this was a case of mistaken identity or a mistake. in fact, they chose, they chose to target my son because they didn't want him in their community as follows. the men claim they thought aubrey was fleeing a crime, but it was found not they were not arrested after chasing down the 25 year old. and that caused and shooting him dead. that changed when this video emerged filled by brine, it captures the chase and the shots that aubrey who seen falling to the ground after fighting for his life the mono start nation. what outraged that fit into the protest phone, the different told floyd, a black man killed by a police officer. wow. to the people outside the courthouse,
the sentencing of aubrey's keyless is a ray of hope in a country where races violence too often goes unpunished. ah, let's look at some other stories making news right now. at least 21 people have died in pakistan after being trapped in their vehicles. a heavy snow storm. taurus had flocked to more north of the capital was lum abad. creating a massive traffic jam in the area. provincial chief minister has declared murray a disaster area. chinese state media st. explosion and china has killed 16 people and wounded 10 more. caused the collapse of a canteen in cynthia chunking dropping workers inside. it's suspected the blast was caused by a ghastly germany has brought a new quarantine in safety measures to combat more infectious omicron very tighter . restrictions are now in place for restaurants and bars. tests will be required for people who have not received
a booster shot isolation. periods have been shortened or moved lawyers for another joke of which says he had a vaccine exemption to enter australia due to testing positive for coven 19 last month. the tennis star was denied entry to the country earlier this week to play in the australian open cases due to be decided by a court on monday. columbia mann has become the 1st non terminally ill person in the country to die by euthanasia. after winning a 2 year legal battle, victor escobar won the fight to end his life, saying he wanted to die with dignity. euthanasia has been legal in the country for almost 25 years, but only available to terminally ill patients until a ruling by columbia's supreme court last year changed that barely able to breathe in pain with every movement. her life had become a misery a long time ago. for victo escobar, the 60 year old columbia and had
a degenerative lung disease, survived 2 strokes and suffered many of the chronic conditions dependent on his wife, diana, and medical support to stay alive. in a life he no longer wanted to live in you. what are you going for my suffer with my illnesses and you and i see my family suffer for me. terminally ill patients have been allowed to die by euthanasia, in colombia since 1997. but euthanasia clinics turned down. victor escobar because he was not close to death. he fought for 2 years to be allowed to receive euthanasia, legally. and last july, columbia supreme court changed those rules, sat between his wife and his lawyer before he began the procedure. he hoped that his death would help others and a little you got to,
we've managed to do this so that patients like myself who are not terminal, but are in a degenerative condition, managed to win this battle a. it's a battle which opens the door for other patients behind me who wished to have a dignified death for right now with going to visit with not everyone agrees with the policy. columbia's catholic church maintains a strong stance against assisted dying. but victor escobar, family supported his decision and later in a video message, his lawyer confirmed that his wish to die with dignity had been carried out. the bonus league returned with a bang after the winter break. as mentioned glovebox. stunned league leaders by our munich barn would normally have come into the match as strong favorites. but the team was missing 9 stars 2 to cover 90. glad by coach. audi hutcher was all
smiles, as he greeted his byron counterpart. juliet nod guzman. this, despite the enormity of the task in front of him. now guzman had to be happy to have your shoe chemist 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 buyer in defense and he volleyed in past spend o vice 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 her daughter was still smiling. this one just out of the reach of the diving like. 0 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 than byron munich. this is dw news life from berlin. world stories is next with a look at how the humanitarian crisis in ethiopia is only getting worse. stay tuned for that. and always more on our website, g, w dot com, instagram and twitter at dw news. i'm laying blue cross off more for you at the top, the hour extra watching season. ah, we've got some hot tips for your bucket list. no magic corner check.