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every year, your other exports over 1000000 tons of plastic with there. another way. after all, the environment isn't to recyclable. make up your own mind. d. w. made for mines. ah, ah ah . this is dw news line from rowland last ditch diplomacy to prevent a war in ukraine with russian troops mass near the border. top european envoys are
meeting in paris to try and reduce tensions. can they make a breakthrough before a red line is crossed. also coming up, the british prime minister under fire force johnson fights for political survival at a report on alleged rule breaking allegations of log down parties fueling calls for his resignation. andrew, milan makers debate expanding the vaccine mandates already health care workers must get the shot starting march risk losing their job. ah, i'm lylark. thank you so much for your company. we begin in paris, where high level talks are being held in a bit to diffuse tensions between russia and western nations over potential russian attack on ukraine, ukrainian and russian delegations are meeting with diplomats from france and
germany. the full way norman di format has been used repeatedly since russia's annexation of ukraine's crimean peninsula in 2014 ukrainian presidential adviser. andre aramark sounded a positive note going into the talks, calling them a strong signal of readiness for a peaceful settlement. the kremlin repeatedly deny plans to invade ukraine despite massing some 100000 troops on its border. instead, it's blaming the west for causing tensions. here is russia's foreign minister sergey la rav speaking earlier. brooklyn new good. did you know who it is? buford, which out? exaggerating with local hours and colleagues are in some kind of military frenzy of them are going up, my gosh, they only talk about one thing among the grizzled punish. you know, you will a type of girl. we will punish you and save ukraine. it won't be pretty and you've got the rose up, which was for the murderer of so was it. so the west is using all these hysterical
statements to make their position claim newman. we are ready for any developments you cigarettes, your food. we did not attack any one of those. we have been attacked little force and those who did it thought legit served every time. are you on the hood so therefore, i will not speculate about our western partners. you will so your bush, they are weak and apparently, as i do not really know how to get out of the am pass into which they have got themselves chilled, why should form rest or their speaking earlier? let's take you to moscow to our bureau chief year. it was shadow who is closely following developments. a yury, the russian foreign minister. we just heard him accusing the west of overreacting any sign that the kremlin might consider pulling back troops to de escalate tensions. not yet, la la, i'm russian, troops are still stationed on the z ukrainian border. but if you see this built up,
not as the real preparation for war, but rather escort, i believe it was intended for, namely as intimidation. then today's talks obviously also play an important role for the russians. are the kremlin, achieved already, at least one of its important goals as a whole world is watching and the whole wall girl is wandering. what vladimir put in once as russian president certainly has international media attention and also rushes actual goal as stop to need to eastern expansion is now known to everyone. militarily, russia has a much tougher starting position than during the last talks a year ago in berlin. considering that the nato could support ukraine if a war actually breaks out. and as for foreign policy, put in isn't good, a strong position either. after the massive troop deployment on the ukraine and border moscow has turned to the entire western world against it. and nato has made it very clear that putins demands to stop eastern expansion are and nonstarter yuri . can you give us a sense of how all this is being seen in russia?
does it animate a lot of people? is there support for a possible invasion of ukraine? why would say the public opinion in russia is changing now? ah, just a few weeks ago. hardly any one here seriously believed that a real war can break out. what is the opinion changed? is at that i think nato's announcement that the alliance will strengthen its presence in the eastern europe. this decision most likely took not only president putin by surprise, but ordinary russians as well. ah, nato's decision came in response to the demands of the kremlin, had presented to nate or with the request for written feedback. and the fact that the needle is going to deploy more troops close to russia are the fact that the weapons are, are being delivered to ukraine. are all there is increasing concerns in russia that ariel war could to break out. and many russians now are thinking, of course,
russia has to defend itself. our service show only 4 percent of the russians are convinced that their to moscow is to blame for air possible conflict. the huge majority blames rather nato, for it did of use yury rachada reporting from moscow. russia. thank you. let's get you up to speed now on some of the other stories making headlines to day kurdish let forces see they have regained control of most of a prison in northern syria. days after was taken over by inmates. dozens of people were killed when the team, members of the so called islamic states seized the site last week. unicef has expressed concerns over around $850.00 children, held at the facility. people across australia have taken to the streets to protest australia day, many carrying the australian aboriginal flag. the contentious anniversary marks the
arrival of the british to australia in 1788. protesters said explicitly links the country's national identity to colonialism and want the date changed. but francis has called on parents not to condemn their children. if they are again, he made the comment in his weekly general audience at the vatican. it is another gesture of outreach to the l. g. b t q. community which has long been marginalized by the catholic church now to where it could potentially shape up to be make or break days for british prime minister wars johnson. today, the u. k. leader faced a grilling in parliament as his political survival hangs in the balance. mister johnson rebuffed cause to resign and said you can comment on an ongoing internal investigation into multiple alleged parties in downing street in the country was in lockdown and inquiry into the gatherings is expected to be published within days.
london's metropolitan police have also opened their own investigation. leader of the opposition gear stammer suggested the prime minister had knowingly misled parliament. the minister of code says the ministers who knowingly mislead parliament will be expected to offer that resignation. does the prime minister believe that applies to him? mister speaker, of course, but let me tell the house. i think he is invited to your question about an investigation, which is, you know, mister speaker icon a comment on the 1st of december. the promised to told this house in relation to parties during locked down. all guidance was followed completely in number 10 from that dispatch books. on the 8th of december looks quizzical. he said it. on the 8th of december, the prime minister told this house, i have been repeatedly assured since these allegations of mud the walls no party.
so since acknowledges the minister of quote applies to him when he now resign, no room is the speaker and standing out at westminster is london correspondence or charlotte chelsea pill, charlotte, a boisterous session that we just saw there at this has been built as the prime minister's make or break moment, but it looks like he'll survive another day. certainly been speculation for several days has even a week now about the prime minister's future all his days numbered. this is a prime minister whose face repeated cools from the opposition to go a number of the several members of his own policy. it will say publicly called for his resign. and yesterday, we learned there is now a criminal investigation into these allegations of gatherings during times of coven restrictions. this is a prime minister under immense pressure. but it does look to nights like he lives to fight. and now the day he said repeatedly and again to day that he won't resign
slave, his political fight really is in the hands of members of his own party, whether they decide to hold a vote of no confidence. and the thinking certainly is that they are waiting to hear the findings of an internal inquiry into these gatherings that su gray report is it's a cold here to find out, to establish exactly how implicated the prime minister is. and crucially as well, whether or not he lied to parliament, something you just were hut but had referred to by the leader of the opposition there something that would be a resigning offense. now it looks to night like we won't have those findings of that report tonight has guys had been widely speculated that because they, even if it is handed over to the government today, that won't be enough time for the prime minister to respond. some speculation that might not come until monday. so this packet tree, this white continues to hear those findings of that report for the public and for the prime ministers are in party as well with every passing day. of course that becomes more damaging for the prime minister's conservative party. charlotte shall
some pill reporting from outside westminster. thank you, charlotte. germany has reported its highest ever 7 day incidence rate of cove at 19 cases registering over 900 infections. 410-0000 people . health authorities recorded 164000 new cases in a single 24 hour period. the rise is largely being driven by the alma chron variant shows the olaf shells has argued in supportive vaccine mandate. as part of germany strategy to slow the spread of corona virus. lawmakers in parliament have debated compulsory vaccines legislation already passed, requiring vaccines for health care workers, starting in march, unvaccinated staff could be shut out. even fire did of your chief little editor and michela christner sent as this assessment from berlin. germany is still months away from any mandatory vaccination if it will come in the end. i told him
that despite its heading of a deeper into the, on the con crisis, the german chance that would have so it's is in favor. so is the majority of diamonds, but and peas here, us bit on the details that proposals on the table that range from a flat out mandatory vaccination starting at the age of $181.00 starting at the age of 50 or none at all. concrete, legal proposals, fit for any kind of vote in parliament, aren't expected until february until then m p. 's want to have an orientation, old debate, and then they will be free to vote. not along their party lines, but only according to their own conscience. here griffith are reporting from the bonus tag. d. w. spoke to a nurse who works in a coven 19 ward herself, but says she won't get vaccinated, whatever the risk. michelle gas law to day. sabina saluda is working as an
alternative practitioner. she offers her patients homeopathy treatments. on other days, she works as a nurse in an intensive care unit. when the pandemic started, she volunteered in a cobit ward. even local newspapers reported on the story as mclennan 20 settling of ease, little fawn above him. it is a small intensive care unit, but over 50 percent of it was occupied by corona virus patients. lucas have during my shifts i really experienced how desperately patients were struggling for air envelopes that really got to me. and rudy puts in dod, vicky howlton, loft, lincoln from her own experience. she knows that the disease has cost many lives. however, she doesn't want to get vaccinated against coven 19, even though it will be compulsory for health care workers and germany from much. and that ammonia instead of being vaccinated with the vaccine who's effect,
i can't assessable. i'd rather catch the virus. naming. of course the at that could go badly, but then i would rather accept death on my own tom and as i can kind of video, my taught a phone call from him lawmaker and dr. paula p shutter voted for compulsory vaccinations. she wants to prevent patients from being infected by nursing staff. oh, this one's a anna. it's our medicine for all of us working in healthcare. it is our job that we do not put our patients at unreasonable risk on. and the cove at 19 vaccination is extremely safe, which is why it is acceptable to enforce it. to protect our patients. chosen subpoena believes an alternative therapy, not in vaccinations, despite all the scientific proof that they work. most health care workers are vaccinated, but sabina could now lose her clinical job. though it has lucas of common dog and
mine are bad. should that really happen? and my employer would say 50, but we are a danger to the patients, vaughn. then i will accept that, and then i will not work there anymore. and now at our biden, that she would then be missing out on several 100 euros a month. but that won't change her mind. she says she will remain unvaccinated. you're watching the debris and he was coming up next. cindy w news asia talks on human rights with the taliban in oslo. have yielded nothing concrete. we look at why that coming up in just a moment. it would be russia batter, gm, layla rock'n'roll and a map of all this year. thank you for watching. ah.