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britain's prime minister finance for his political life, or as johnson tells parliament here, welcome this new police investigation until parties held his residence during locked out. but the majority of brits are ready to see him go. also coming up with the leaders of germany and france joined forces calling on russia to deescalate tensions with you crate. the tennessee, they'll continue to pursue dialogue with russia, but more and there will be a high price to pay if there is an attack on ukraine. and a small victory for human rights activists at the australian open tennis tournament . but with the dress code sorted, the big question remain. where is, why ah,
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further welcome to the program. british prime minister boris johnson is fighting for political survival after london's metropolitan police said they're opening an investigation into multiple parties at his residence. that allegedly breached coven 19 lockdown restrictions. that's in addition to an internal inquiry over the accusations that could be published with an hours. johnston maintains that no rules were broken, but pressure over the party. gates scandal is growing. by the day bonus, johnson is under fire again for attending his own birthday party. at downing street in june 2020 london metropolitan police have now launched an inquiry into a series of possible lockdown breaches at boris johnson's office and residence. joy well, cook permits, decision to conduct its own investigation. but it's, i believe this will help to give the public with clarity it needs and helped to draw a line under matters. at the time,
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coven restrictions did not allow more than 2 people to meet in doors. and a series of leaks suggest that a string of illegal social gatherings took place at downing street. this particular one was a surprise thrown by his wife and attended by several others. what we know is the 30 people gathered that his wife was there and that the interior designer was there as well as if it was my birthday. ah, and my wife and an interior designer rocked up at work. ah, that was christmas birthday cake and a celebration. it preaches the rules. labor parted as the investigation. luna light calls for johnson to resign or increasing across the political spectrum. yes, i think the public made their minds. um, i think public opinion has already concluded that he broke the rules that he made on that he hasn't told the truth about it. what means he hasn't got the authority
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to lead the country when we're in the middle of huge challenges. and therefore, he has to go for the good of the country. for now, johnson may still sound bullish, but if enough, conservative emp, decide the veto has gone too far. the prime minister could be forced to resign. earlier, we spoke to d, w. london corresponding charlotte chilson pill and asked her how likely boards johnson is to weather the storm. there is an enormous amount of anger, often is allegation off the allegation of essentially the people who made the rules one then following the rules themselves, but it won't be the public who decides the prime minister's future at this particular juncture. of course, he has the option to resign. if the findings of that internal report all the police investigation a particularly damning, he's so far, absolutely ruled out the question of resigning. so the real question now is will his own members upon them at design and peace and the conservative party turn on
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him and not as very much open the debates at them. i'm well enough members of his own policy decide that they don't have enough confidence in him. now. of course, the longer this drags along the longer this is the more damaging this is for the party. many seems to be waiting for the outcome of the inquiry. this su, great inquiry before deciding on the prime minister's future if that is indeed released tomorrow, we could see perhaps some m. p 's making a decision on the prime minister's future. the leaders of germany and france have met and berlin to coordinate their response to tension between russia and ukraine. the 2 committed to doing everything possible to resolve the situation through diplomacy, but they also renewed warnings to moscow that an attack on ukraine would come at a high price. several western nations have put troops on alert and stepped up arms deliveries to ukraine. an eagerly awaited arrival at
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t as our pot military equipment sent by the united states to shore up ukraine as it braces for possibly russian invasion. it's the 3rd shipment, but it's not enough to resist a bigger and better equipped army government officials say bitter headphones. you please help us to convince the german government to be more proactive dba through a geren of year, we urgently need defensive weapons of often visions online where alone and, and we're not in night. so i know you, nobody will send us troops and not even the american arizona. we have to defend ourselves such i didn't. but germany's new government has not answered the calls at a meeting with french president manuel, micron and berlin chancellor, olaf shots once again, ruled out sending heavy weapons to p. if forgiveness goodness, there are reasons for this, which is cause to stem from developments over past years. and decades thought services, nevertheless, we have of course we're on
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a lot to actively support economic development and big and the development of democracy in ukraine. ultimate with financial possibilities and international responsibilities about we have a dish cut and you will diss and that's why ukraine knows that it can rely on germany. and i think that also shows politics to a large extent and approach that has an berlin heavy criticism from some of its eastern european partners and from kia itself. and while german and french representatives prepared to meet with their ukrainian and russian counterparts on wednesday to seek it automatic solution, some ukrainians are preparing for the worst on the outskirts of their capital. these civilian volunteers are undergoing military training to defend their country on their own if need be. as now get you up to speed on some of the other stories making headlines to day. the european union has condemned a decision by russian authorities to add jailed opposition leader alexander among
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an 8th of his top allies to a registry of terrorists and extremists. after surviving being poisoned with a nerve agent, pneumonia was jailed last year for alleged parole violations. poland has begun the construction of a wall along its eastern border with bellows. the 186 kilometer long wall is aimed at deterring migrant crossings. after thousands attempted to enter poland last year or song accuses bella ruffian. authorities of encouraging migrants to flight of men's and then helping them reach the a. you border visor and by on tech are launching a clinical trial to test and new vaccine that targets the on the crown cove at 19 variant. the study will evaluate the new shots, safe and effectiveness of vaccine could be ready. as soon as march, it's development comes and growing evidence that current jobs are less effective against on chrome. hundreds of people have marched through the
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streets of working on fossils, capital walk. i do go and a show of support for the new military lead hunter and ousted president raw cabaret on monday, after widespread protests against his government. it's the latest in a series of crews and west africa in recent weeks. ah, taking it to the streets, jubilation and relief that now after years of islamist terror attacks, something will be done. no, some good thumb them up on that. we are very, very happy because the burkina army has taken its responsibility. second, this is what we've been asking for for a long time. they presume their responsibility, and we are proud of them. de military announced the qu, live on television, saying they'd taken former president rock cabaret into custody. they also posted
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what they said is a letter of resignation. cavalry is whereabouts are unknown. his government had struggled to respond to hears of islamist attacks, such as the incident last november in which 49 police officers were killed. the crew has been condemned, widely outside burkina, faso, the un and the u. s. of cold for civilian leadership to be restored. the equity group of neighboring west african countries has also condemned it, but many here, one to turn away from their neighbors and their western beckers. jamila said yeah, was just that they left it. oh, echo was is with the western countries thinking, but the people of burkina faso do not agree with them. oh no problem. we can never know something that we want them to leave us alone and let us live with dignity with our valley and soldiers who have brought his out of the bad time to get up. he said he stepped up and we strongly support russia,
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and we call on it to engage with our new government to define a new strategic plan for securing the region. enough is enough to many death to many refugees. oh, no, i escorted coil celebrations, continue. burkina faso neighbors say they'll hold an emergency summit in the coming days to decide on their response. in a short while ago, we spoke to our west africa correspondent unlock, i'll call yet and asked her whether the celebrations we saw reflect the sentiments of the majority and burkina faso. but we saw today not just in the do go, we have seen a lot of, you know, booking up is coming out and celebrating these whole cool that has happened was seen such as in kyra, which is the 5th largest city burkina faso and across. but so essentially we see what that means is that indeed the people are happy because they're saying, well, what's the civilian root can not give us the victory. you know,
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they've come now to do that. and an activist was had to do saying that, you know, they've been asking the now to post president coverage to leave because it's not able to take care of the security situation. but he's refused. but now the military have done that and they are happy. so in the kind of echoes, that's a sentimental satisfaction and happiness for the people of burkina faso soccer now and the africa cup of nations were the latest matches went ahead as planned, despite mondays fatal crush at all and based stadium and the camera union capital young day which claimed the lives of at least 8 people and left dozens injured synagogue, who were runners up. and the 2019 competition defeated cape verde to nail to advance to the quarter finals in cameroon. lever pools. sanyo manet opened the scoring for a synagogue, a red card heard k birthday's chances of coming back in that match. and despite malawi, getting on the score sheet, 1st,
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morocco responded with 2 goals to secure the victory and a spot in the quarter finals as well. and those quarter finals were supposed to be held at the olympic stadium, but organizers to sign in to move them to a different site after monday's tragedy. moving on to the australian open now where a player not even and the tournament is in the spotlight late last year. chinese star punch. why use social media to accuse a communist party official of sexually assaulting her? she's not been seen outside the country since, but her cause has been picked up by fans at the open in melbourne, who were 1st told they could not wear the t shirts asking where is punch? why? because they were political in nature. well sh, now that's changed. they've reversed the call on a key point of contention. tennis australia, the organizers of the australian open. now say that this
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t shirt can be worn in the grandstands, or turn around after claiming the where is pings. why sure, it was 2 political activists earlier in the event had walked the tournament grounds wearing a similar shirt, but this woman was told to take it off. wow. so what do you suggest she were point made? then came the backlash on her personal twitter account, ex championed martina never to lava called tennis australia. pathetic adding that the women's tennis association is apparently standing alone after it's bold move to pull out of all tournaments and china french doubles champion. nico mo tweeted, what lack of courage then asking what if the tournament did not have chinese sponsors punch, why accused a top chinese leader of sexual assault, then disappeared from public view for several weeks amid a global outcry of concern for her safety. she emerged and still photos with the
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head of the international olympic committee who said she was fine. this just ahead of the beijing winter olympics. then she showed up and a couple of celebrity events in china outside of the country. many believe she is not fine. and after the backlash up he austrian opened the t shirts. have now been ruled ok by organizers that was wearing the shirts have big plans this week. hopefully people in china, mainland china, will see thousands of people wearing those pinks white t shirts to be straight up in grand final. and they will know that she is still not safe. they will know that people all across the world are still speaking up a pink sly. whether she knows it or not, tang schwein has plenty of fans who want to see her back on a tennis tour. and that's her time. thank you so much for watching. i.


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