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ah, around the world, more than 300000000 people are seeking refuge. he asked why? because no one should have to flee. make up your own mind. d. w. made for mines. ah, ah ah, this is dw news lived from berlin. novak talk of edge leaves australia after losing his legal battle to stay. a plain tags off from melbourne,
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carrying the controversial tenant stock 10 days off to here arrived to come, keith and the australian open without us getting vaccinated against over 30 or so. coming up, tonga is cut off often to nami washes over the pacific island. officials and new zealand say the capital has sustained significant damage. ah, hello that i'm really, mohammed's novak doc of edge has left australia after losing his appeal against his visa cancellation. he was deported off to judge's upheld decision by the immigration minister at the unvaccinated tennis star post, a threat to public health. it comes after a 10 day legal battle that began when jock of it arrived to compete in the australian open. she was aiming for an unprecedented 21st grand slam when
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an unwarranted returned for norfolk joker, which having trained at melbourne's rod laver arena just days ago, the reading champion is leaving australia to the dismay of his crestfallen supporters. many of them serbian expatriates. oh, did an exemption come here with company a gentleman? oh, but for others in a country that has endured one of the world's strictest corona virus loc don's joke of inches admission to australia would have been the injustice and has been timmy's . this is a paypal being located there on site and because of the kind of fictions and not against me, that he'd be like safety, which might be i'm
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with a little wonder then that the australian government busked in the glow of victory, strong boarders, had kept the country safe during the pandemic. prime minister scott morrison said on surprisingly, the decision didn't go down so well in belgrade were joking, which is venerated. it was very easy for them, for it is to say from the very beginning of the okay, only vaccinated on inoculated people could enter or austrian territory, but it, it official. and after that, they forgot about a turn they wanted to create. political prince alleged political principles, which were not principles are told. in purely sporting terms, the decision leaves
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a superstar shaped hole in the australian open. the syrup has bagged 9 of the last 14 titles. he is no denied the chance to add to that hole not only this year, but potentially at the following 3 tournaments should normal deportation. rules apply for no joke of it is also denied a shot at a record 21st major title. the 34 year old said he was extremely disappointed, but that he would respect the ruling. one whose implications both sporting and political are seismic one. this is joined by max valden a b c. news janice, currently in melbourne. so mac struck, which has now left australia. this clearly isn't one of the games he was able to win. we also had a mixed view from australia and sarah about whether he was treated fairly one of the australians you've spoken to been saying? well okay, i did, i do think there's a sense in the community that, you know, he was sort of trying to dodge the roles of paul in one of the melva newspapers
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today. sure, some 71, the senate voted lay he should be deported and not allowed to dissipate in the astronomy. and i've been that said there is, you know, quite a sizable contingent. um, so being a strategy and to really rallied around him, i guess, is the figure of sort of soviet cried any date, some sort of and he backed elements as well. i'm nevertheless, i do think there is that have been a general sense in the community given the strict code restrictions that in day yes, him not getting vaccinated in order to play the sort of flying in the vice. some of that wasn't a surprise that the court's ruling backed the government decision to put him look, i think um it, it, it's probably on surprising, given that they probably spent the last wake looking for a water tight white to deploy him. it did, the initial decision was made by the home affairs minister on the grounds that,
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you know, his medical exemption was, was not valid at these latter decision was, was not hell, the immigration minister's decision um, on public interest grounds. so essentially it kind of came to, to the end of the road in terms of his legal options. i'm bob going to the high court, which would have been a very prolonged legal process. and of course these trailing opens just about to kick off. and could you just talk us through the possibility that he could face a 3 year ban from australia? yes, so technically in terms of the conditions of, of these, the cancellation, he's not supposed to be able to enter a trailer for 3 years. nevertheless, you know, the decision to cancel his face there was, was based on ministerial discretion, and indeed he can appeal um, you know, and compassionate on the grounds to the minister. i'm sure he wants to return to
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australia and participate in future tournaments. in date, i'm over the next few years. max alden in melbourne, thank you very much for your time. a has like a some of the stories making news around the world. officials in china have confirmed the fuss locally transmitted case of the army kong variant in beijing. authorities are ramping up testing to contain any outbreaks, just weeks away from the winter olympics residents all being edged not to travel during the luna new year. holidays. recent texas have to say that all 4 people have that were taken hostage at a synagogue have been released. the hostage taker has also been killed. the gunman demanded the release of a pakistani woman, convicted of terrorism is jailed texas for u. s. president donald trump held a rally with supporters in arizona. he criticized president biden's current of ours
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policies on moss and vaccine mandates and lock dells. trump also heated claims that he won the 2020 elections without offering evidence. hundreds of migrants traveling from honduras toward the u. s border. it's a fuss caravan from central america to make its way for the united states this year . many say they're fleeing poverty, violence and natural disasters. u. s. president biden has backed aid policies to slow migration concerns growing over the pacific island of tonga after synonymy with waves more than a meta high hits the island. it was triggered by an underwater volcano eruption on saturday. internet has been cut and the full extent of the damage is unclear. it's not me. warnings have been issued across the pacific rim. ah, this is the aftermath of this. you now me that hit the shore lines of peru over
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10000 kilometers away from the exclusion in tona. the underwater eruption was so powerful that it was detected around the world. these satellite images show gas and ash being thrown thousands of meters into the earth atmosphere. communication links to tongue that have been damaged, but the capital has sustained significant damage. says new zealand prime minister jacinta arden, missus, we're these of course are an urgency here. we want to make sure that we be on the ground as soon as possible, but for our navy vessels it will take several days to reach toner. we need to find the balance in the to get the quickly but to make sure we also get the people and resources they may be as well. and in some cases we had parts of toma. we'd just not even been out of establish communication. people any zealand had they received no warning of this unami even though the volcanoes explosion could be heard in some
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parts of the country. many were still out on the water on their boots, which have suffered severe damage. one owner mourns the loss of the catamaran. he had for over 30 years to, to go fishing and diving probably the seventy's, unable to thought this could have seen moats. david put about over the serrado, the son cool through the hub. just labor with japan was also put on high alert styles in evacuated their homes, coming to shelters like this in order to stay safe. to read, the more i heard the synonymy would be as high as a meter, but we really don't know her height reach. i thought it would be best to evacuate, so i came here, need to join these fishermen assess the damage seems echoed
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on coastlines, across the pacific region. we spoke to shane cronan, a vulcan ologist at the university of oakland in new zealand. he explained the option that caused the salami. in tonga, it was a remarkable eruption. it was extremely explosive, which we're sort of thinking. it's one of the most explosive eruptions in the 21st century. at the moment. it produced a last column that went 30 kilometers high in the air. and within 30 minutes of the onset of the reaction, the actual interruption column viewed from the top was around over 350 kilometers wide. so extremely rapid rise and lateral expansion. and the russian column produced a pressure while they traveled around the world and found across all of the world, including sites and the u. k. in finland and also the eruption coupled with and
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produced su nami wives, which traveled throughout the pacific basin. and as you were just reporting, so now the waves of up to 80 centimeters were recorded in japan. and also ways of being recorded on the california coast of the us. i tuft honest on where the economy has been in free fall since the taliban took over in august with the country's foreign assets frozen and sanctions in place. people are living without enough food or shelter. early this week, the united nations chief call them the international community, including the united states, to release a frozen assets to prevent a humanitarian crisis this winter minus 3 degrees celsius. and cabo, for those already suffering, winter has made life worse. both food and wood for heating are in short supply for many families. conned aga is struggling to keep his home dry in winter
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and to keep his children warm. in alpha zero's over there, the last time it snowed, water came through the roof like a division. i far neighbor saw and lent us a bit of money to cover the windows with plastic mercy. this is how we live. one day we have food the next day. we don't reserve what should we do? there is no answers from nigga. it's been nearly half a year since the islamists took over. an instability is growing by the day. the economy has all but collapsed with funds and assets are frozen in response to their take over here and capital hundreds, q for aid from the world food program. the group says, humanitarian demand has tripled, but supply has not well with the hunger and lack of food is alarming. no doubt we've had families in kabul and also in the provinces that have died because they went for weeks without enough to eat yet have though not done with us
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. as the other con, works as a day laborer transporting goods. his family were poor before the taliban, but now they must decide between food and wood. hunger are called the united nation says 4400000000 dollars in 8 are urgently needed to help the people of afghanistan survived the winter. bundis league a football now and for they away game at top. performing cologne by munich. welcome to sit back 6 of the 9 players who are unavailable. due to the coven 19 pandemic, including captain manuel moore clone were no match for by inside, which nearly having nearly a complete roster as robert levin dusty scored a hat trick in a foreigner route. this brought the strike as 3 goals tally to 300. when these by and 6 points ahead of document at the top of the table.
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so here's a look at the bonus. seek a saturday games of match j 19 lever. kristen prevailed against god. back and as we saw by a munich dominated cologne, union, berlin beat hoffen, hein volts, berg and hotter and did to go las leipzig down stuttgart minds defeated. bonham thought meant drugged fryeburg on friday and on sunday, alex berg will face frankfurt and billy filled battle foot. you're watching dw news live from berlin up next is sports life, which is taking a look at why football has taken many head injuries seriously ex wife what secrets lie behind these.

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