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ego india, she's the pond savior gram, where tom y wants to revive polluted dried up water holes. they serve a vital function for the water supply and ecosystems near metropolis is getting closer to his goal thanks to the help a many volunteers. eagle india. in 90 minutes on d w. ah, ah, this is d w. news live from berlin. germany launches
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a fresh bid to avert military conflict in europe. backyard. foreign minister on alena bab box meets with ukrainian leaders amid fears of a russian invasion. natives talks with russia last week made no progress. also coming up brazil's vaccination success in one year, the south american country. even with a vaccine skeptic at the helm has managed to inoculate nearly 70 percent of its people against overnight and the disasters aftermath and tomba 1st image is emerge of what the rupture and phenomena left behind as plains and warships try to bring aid to the pacific. islands state ah, i'm ami at ease of welcome. in the rush, ukraine crisis, germany is picking up where nato left off. germany's foreign minister adelina
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burbock is on a diplomatic mission to deescalate tensions over russia's military buildup on ukraine's border while the u. s. and you have threatened to punish russia if he tries to invade. burbock said the solution should be a peaceful one. ah, fears of a russian invasion of ukraine had jangled nerves in the region. after visiting a memorial to anti government protesters who died in 2014 on alina babcock says, any solution to the conflict must come through dialogue, not arms, meeting ukraine's foreign minister. dimitra qu, labor burbock offered an explicit gesture of support for ukraine. zoe, daddy teet solidarity. any european solidarity for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of ukraine. del hyena, that is not up for debate, not for us, and not for me personally, but any further aggression would have a higher price. his emphasized that to day, once again, as tradition island on price,
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russia is building up its troops on the ukrainian border. both the european union and the u. s. had threatened to impose further har sanctions. if russia goes ahead with an invasion. for years, ukraine has called on germany to deliver arms to help boost its abilities to defend itself. calibus, as russia doesn't share ukraine's cooperative attitude towards defusing, the tensions money as a mild glucose look to muscle. plenty of felicia, we've a very constructive stance on this matter. to me but unfortunately my, our constructive nurse isn't mutual on russia's partnership, was vocal to she, even from kiev burbock goes to moscow on tuesday where she'll meet russian foreign minister serge oliver of. she's keen to revive for way peace talks in the normandy format, which includes germany, france, ukraine, and russia. germany has pledged support for ukraine, but berlin opposes major arms shipments to the country and has been pursuing the
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north stream to gas pipeline. with russia, we asked raphael loss of european council on foreign relations. how, how much credibility foreign minister bareback now hasn't give your mind there. discussions in berlin over the past couple of days have been dominated by all the things that germany is not willing to put on the table to diffuse. this crisis may may not seem to transfers and swift financial transfer system. now what the book has offered her ukrainian counterpart to date, essentially durham help to beef up ukrainian cyber defenses and energy partnership . now that might be interesting for you quite a long term, but it certainly will not help them. and the short term facing substantial russian pulled up all forces along this border that has hurt german credibility. ukraine durham has some capability, i think, to potentially deter russian aggression against ukraine, but had shown very little results actually make use of those abilities. let's take
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a look at some of the other stories making news around the world. who the rebels in yemen have claimed responsibility for a drone strike. and abo darby, that killed 3 people, united arab emirates, vowed reprisals for the attack, which targeted an oil refinery. who these are at war with a military coalition, back by the u. e. and north korean state media has released images of the country's latest missile tests. the report said to tactical guided missiles hit an island target east of the korean peninsula. on monday, south korean, south korea said the missiles launched from near chung young international airport . medics and sudan said several protesters were shot dead at demonstrations against military coups leaders. thousands of people turned out for the largest of the protests in the capital cartoon. monday's rallies come had a visit by a u. s. delegation this week been to revive efforts to return the country to
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civilian rule. oh, it's a year since brazil started vaccinating people against coven 19 now, with around 70 percent of the population fully vaccinated campaign, as seen as a success, especially for a country whose president played down the thread of the pandemic shire, boston. r. o has also doubt downplayed the current omicron wave. even as cases begin to rise. the army kron wave has hit prevail. the number of people infected has jumped dramatically despite a shortage of tasks, leaving many cases unreported. notice a little i'm running from one place to the next to try and get tested. i had contact with people who are positive with that i don't have symptom. early last year, brazil was facing an overwhelming number of coven deaths. it has the world's 2nd highest corona virus, datatel after the us. but with the latest wave of the disease, there's
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a big difference. most people here and now vaccinated that civic will be doing. i got cove it last year. and so it's very hard to remember that time, it was very complicated, a desperate time when we didn't know what would happen. it was uncertain. and this vaccine gives us the possibility to keep going back to baltimore. around 70 percent of brazilians are fully vaccinated in big cities. authority say the figure is up to 99 percent. experts say the success is down to brazil, strong public health system and the history of successful vaccination campaigns. those factors have bolstered public trust in the corona, virus vaccine, despite the president attempts to undermine it. jail both scenario has openly rejected the vaccine and repeatedly spread misinformation. now he's downplaying the danger posed by the on the crone waves and says there won't be another lock sound
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or extra restrictions. we're building rule with health services under huge pressure. people are hoping at least the high vaccination rate will help reduce on microns impact. dw reporter in a shorter has been following that story. she joined us now in the studio. and so how did brazil managed to make a success out of its vaccination campaign and vaccinate more percentage of its population than even the u. s. or some parts of europe. well, a brazil health system has rolled out many successful vaccination campaigns. even before the pandemic, even started the unified health system. it's a public health system. it covers the entire country. about 3 quarters of brazilians use it. and it's a, it's free for them. and, and this system has been delivering vaccination campaigns for children with rates that were very, very high before the current virus pandemic started. and um,
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this help has system has been in place for decades. wells and brazilian governments have come and gone and there's also quite a lot of support for the corona, virus vaccine in the country. a pole last year found that over 90 percent of, of people wanted the vaccine. and i'm just at 5 percent of people were saying they had no plans to get vaccinated and done right now a year into the vaccination campaign. the campaign is moving into a new phase and children, anela allowed to be vaccinated. and starting last friday, 5 to 11 year olds were allowed to receive doses of the be on tech pfizer vaccine. it even though children out of, out of the $600000.00, a brazilians, that the crown of virus is killed only a few 100 of them have been children. but parents want this, a pole in january showed that a lot of them a well over 70 percent of the population actually support vaccinating children
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against the crown of virus. and m, as health officials have said, parents have been asking for for this. and for a long time, and if you ask the parents of the children who have just been vaccinated, they seem to be very relieved. take listen. 4020. we managed to get half of my son's vaccination with the 1st dose, and we are very happy to give him this opportunity. it's like giving him a new life, a chance of a happy and calm life as well. is it, it is sad that this is an example for children from 5 to 11 years old and the rest of brazil i go by year. it's a campaign to save lives so that tomorrow we can have joy recon smiley health comes 1st, a soldier milgar. now i see that enthusiasm there among the parents, but the president of the country didn't share that enthusiasm did. he doesn't share
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that enthusiasm, or he actually criticized the health regulator for approving that they all take vaccine for these children aged 5 to 11. he even went as far as suggesting that children should need a doctors prescription in order to get access to the vaccine. he's already said that his child who is within this age range is not going to be vaccinated. and he's always been a vocal critic of vaccinations and he maintains that he's had the virus already. he has the antibodies. why get vaccinated accrual various cases in brazil like around the world are surging again with all across very and what are they doing there to prevent more deaths? well, the states are very worried about this fall spreading on the chrome variant and some of the sites have cancelled or scaled back their plans for carnival, for instance in rio de janeiro. they have cancelled convo paul t's and there's
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still some confusion about whether the parade of the summer schools will be able to go ahead to mark carnival. it's a regular fixture. and many, some schools are still rehearsing, hoping that they will be able to take part. but hospitals are struggling not because not because intensive care beds are filling up. but because members, a staff are falling sick with the virus and having to a having to and not being able to come in to work. the counts of the state health council estimate that around between 10 and 20 percent of staff from hospitals had to take sick leave just in january because of the current of ours. so it is a very, very worrying picture at the moment. very difficult situation in a shorter dw reporter, thanks for joining us. efforts to get aid into tonga are gathering pace, but still faced serious obstacles left by the volcanic eruption and to nami
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surveillance flights have confirmed substantial damage on the pacific island nation . but planes cannot land yet because of ash covered runways. australia new zealand are sending navy ships to help. that's as the 1st death from saturday's natural disaster was confirmed. a british woman swept away by the synonymy, who at prelude to a vile interruption. on friday, the hungry tongue hung to high by volcano, sent plumes of smoke and dash shooting into the sky activity that seemed to creek. it would prove to be a brief rest. by the next day, the volcano rumbled to life again in an explosion, so powerful it sent shock waves around the world. before and after south lies images show had the volcano sea level krazer had disappeared. following the blast with regular communication lines to tongue because all the world's been relying on
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satellite phones and images to get a sense of the disaster. we're still waiting to receive information from tom. what is much needed, but we know for sure that there will be no need for clean water because of the options and which really they mention costing lots of our troubles to the water supply. as most people collect water through rain, this is something very dangerous for them to consume. a new zealand have sent surveillance flights to help assess the scale of the damage, especially on target islands, where there are fears the devastation could be immense. world men's tennis number one, novak ciocca village has arrived back in belgrade. after being deported from australia, serbian had been fighting australian government efforts to bar him from the country
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after his coven, 900 vaccine exemption was overturned by a court on sunday. in australian federal court sided with the government's decision to deport him. drug coverage received a hero's welcome, however, in serbia, from crowds of supporters who had gathered at belgrade and nicholas tesla airport. byron munich, striker robert levin dusky has been named 5th as best men's player for the 2nd year in a row levin dusky became the 1st man to score 41 goals and a buddhist legal season last term, and has not stop scoring since the poll controversially missed out on the balloon door and that went to messy in november. that's it. you're up to date. i mommy and he said thanks for joining us. ah,
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