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or life starts february 16 on d, w ah, [000:00:00;00] ah, the sustainable news lying from berlin, a fresh push for diplomacy to prevent old war in your fears of russian invasion and ukraine, the u. s. a. nato offer no concessions on moscow security demand content. they once again propose a path out of the crisis for dialogue, also coming up flooded roads down the power lines devastated. a
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tropical storm sweeps across southern africa, leaving behind a trail of destruction. dozens are dead and fear the death toll could rise even further. the u. k. holds its breath bracing for the report on boris johnson's alleged lockdown to parties. the accusations of repeated breaking are fueling calls for the prime minister's resignation. ah, i'm not really sure good to have you with us. a highly anticipated response and a fairly predictable one about the u. s. a. nato have formerly rejected moscow. sweeping security demands refusing, among other things, to rule out of future nato membership for ukraine. instead, washington offers what it calls
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a serious diplomatic path out of the crisis. in recent weeks, russia has math, 100000 troops near its border with ukraine staring fears of another invasion. a military exercise on the ukrainian border. russia is flexing its muscles while washington has handed over a written response to moscow's demand or response to russia. reflects what i said in heave berlin and geneva. last week. we're open to dialogue. we prefer diplomacy and we're prepared to move forward. where there is the possibility of communication cooperation. if russia deescalate its aggression toward ukraine, stop the inflammatory rhetoric and approaches, discussions about the future security in europe. in a spirit of reciprocity, our responses were fully coordinated with ukraine in our european allies and
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partners with whom we've been consulting continuously for weeks. the response was delivered personally by the u. s. m. plaster to russia. moscow, once nato, to close its doors to ukraine, something washington is firmly opposed to. nato has also sent a written reply rejecting moscow's demands while we are hoping for our working for a good solution, the escalation, we also prepared for the worst under, therefore in parallel with our efforts on the dialogue track. and we are also an increasing the redness. our forces are our ne dollars have also increased the, the preston sir, partly to conduct surveillance to monitor, to have the best possible picture all the development, sir, in, in, in there, under crane, but also to broader reassurance sir, to,
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to allies in paris. there was diplomacy as a lower level. the no monday format brought germany, france, russia, and ukraine together for another round of talks or so far didn't all. the very fact that the work of enormity format has resumed is a very positive signal was we had really very comprehensive talks voe. they weren't easy. let's call it a key, an audit of where we are today. why and when la sherwood knew us, the next meeting will take place soon, maybe even in 2 weeks. and it would take place in berlin. we agreed to continue our dialogue, reporting assured yellow as the us than its allies. vessel with rushes, demands of frosty atmosphere spreads along ukraine's border.
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joe, now by our washington correspondent oliver salad, who has been following events for us from there oliver. hi. let me put and had to wait quite some time to get a response to his security demands. now he's got it, but it's not been made public just yet. what more can you tell us about the content of the reply and it's frightening call. and secretary blinkin talks about a serious diplomatic path forward to day. and that document that was handed over to the russian side to day. that what we know is that it won't offer any concessions of nato in the united states until the russians and the u. s. wants russia to accept ne tools open door policy to move away from their maximum demands, which of course, are russia is claiming or calling for guarantees from the to that ukraine can join . the take of the western allies is that every country can choose with whom to align. and that certainly also applies to ukraine. the response also very likely to
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find areas of potential negotiation like missiles in europe, arms control, also tactics to further reduce risk. so nothing of that really nicole is new. it's rather the reiteration of an old message. and that de escalation that the u. s. you just said and is offering a serious diplomatic path out of the crisis. they're saying, but they don't want to make any concession. so what could that path look like? what real leverage does the west have at this point? and we're hearing a lot of optimism on the diplomatic stage right now. what behind closed doors, and especially if you listen to members of the intelligence community, there is a lot of skepticism that, that this kind of negotiation that is part of kind of a diplomacy in fact would lead anywhere. so what we are hearing is that the situation is considered pretty serious, and that diplomacy can only be one part of
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a successful approach. the leverage you were asking for, of course, are weapon deliveries for the ukraine. and in addition to the threat of sanctions, and at the same time again, a to offer diplomacy to find a way out of these tensions here. so essentially, and we've heard that in the report earlier, nato is trying to put a high price tag on a potential invasion. the secretary state antony lincoln has urged americans to leave ukraine warning that an invasion could be imminent. now the ukraine, on the other hand, is playing down the threat. what do you make of that? well, it is in one part, certainly an abundance of caution. the us trying to avoid that images that we've seen just the summer when kabul afghanistan fell to the taliban when there were no warnings issued early enough, and there were a lot of was a lot of last minute action desperate action and evacuations underway. so this time,
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of course they can sell they, they can say they warn, early enough, know, evacuation will be necessary and then therefore, also avoiding the political damage back home for the biden administration. but it's certainly also part of the rhetoric of showing that the united states is taking the threat posed by russia seriously. for the ukraine. on the other hand, that all sounds a little bit too much like giving up on them. and perhaps therefore they are reluctant in supporting that kind of rhetoric. andre salad in washington always get speaking to you and thank you so much. and sam, get you up to speed and some of the other stories making headlines today. interest rates in the united states could soon be on the way up enlarged. the federal reserve is expected to raise the cost of borrowing for the 1st time in nearly 2 years and wind down asset purchasing program that could help slow down inflation, which is running at its fastest rate in for decades. working
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a fossil military junta has met with members of the ousted government. the former ministers have been ordered not to leave the country without permission. the military seized power on monday and detained working of fossils. democratically elected leader, the crew has been condemned internationally, where hugh dozens are dead after a tropical storm, anna wreaked havoc in mozambique malawi and madagascar. torrential rains, have destroyed crops, cut off towns, and left tens of thousands of people homeless after sweeping through southern africa for over a week, anna has now been downgraded, but the rains continue and much of the region wherever possible people are assessing the damage and bracing for the hardship they see coming their way these people are fighting to escape the rushing water. but make shift rafts are
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their only refuge. one women who couldn't find dry land only just survived. i just started swimming. but i did not know where i was heading. i tried to grab hold of a tree along the way, but it felt as if i was being pulled down into the water. i had to swim for a long distance before i found a pall of washed of garbage. i held on to it and slept there until early morning. right. i could feel snakes were there too. i know with the residents of this southern malawi in town, say this is the worst destruction they've ever experienced. one farmer has lost everything you know, gum or dominique long is devastating. to slow covered,
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all my mays crop has been buried. jordan, i planted one and a half acres. we're now over crops, a gone longer. you through? i am. are on oh, where? darcy? i'm right, this is the 2nd disaster i've experienced in my life. and it's the worst we knew about wilma. i'll go, bombard, now warner, go one, be thousands of homes were destroyed by storm. anna across malawi and mozambique, and the locals have been left with italic tricity due to power cuts. this is the latest natural disaster to hit southern africa, which has been badly hit by storms and se clones in recent years. experts say they're worsening as water's warm due to the climate emergency. and okay, as anxiously awaiting the publication of a report that could spell the end of prime minister boris johnson's time and office and internal investigation is looking into his participation in
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a series of parties that took place while millions and the country were enduring. corona virus loc downs, wednesday, and johnston faced a fresh grilling and parliament over the scandal. that's become known as party gates. but he once again refused to step down. i would prefer to be led by law than a lie. i will. he now was ira ango, ran high in the u. k. parliament as m p. 's questioned prime minister borders. johnson lawyer, not a leader, looked opposition leaders, one johnson to resign. it saying that he lied to the parliament, quizzical, he said it, whatever he says in his statement later today or tomorrow won't change the facts. isn't this a prime minister on a government showed nothing but contempt for the decency, honesty and respect for define this country? oh, this is beaca, we love this country i'm,
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we're doing everything in our power. i. of course, of course he wants me out of the way. is this because he wants to be out of the way he does. i caught and many people i post. of course i denied a all sorts of reasons. many people may want me out of the way, but i'll tell you the reason he wants me away from his. he knows that this government can be trusted to deliver that you can leader is an, a political crisis over allegations that he attended parties during lockdown or we can rec, johnson wants to continue in office. there is other m p 's believe he has become a distraction from other important issues facing the u. k. every nick is sucking attention from the real issues facing the 40 car breaks and the sorting cost of living have pushed millions of families into poverty. it is time to get this over with sure. the prime minister, my daughter, public trust in johnson's leadership,
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is at an all time low. one paul suggests that 2 thirds of the british want him to resign. no one should be about the law even in the prime minister. again, if you see fit on the 19th of june, my baby was 8 days old. my mother couldn't travel over to come and see her, denise, her grandchild. and so child was, you know, 6 months old because of restrictions and you know, that all that kind of stuff. the findings of an internal investigation headed by civil servant to gree are expected soon and be from johnson's party. are waiting on that to decide whether to hold a no confidence booked for your christian sports. now, egypt have defeated ivory coast and a penalty shoot out to reach the quarter finals of the africa cup of nations after the game finished gold, liverpool star, most a layer net at the 5th penalty for egypt to put them through the game between molly and nick latoria guinea was another gold affair with equitorial guinea coming
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