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this is deja vu news live from for lent turkey says it's now in full control of syria's offer in the region but as the tanks roll encourages around the world are outraged saying ankara's real goal is acting cleansing who goes to iraq for the exits also calling out. thousands march on washington to call for tougher restrictions on guns are led by survivors of last month's school shooting in florida. and in sports the formula one season kicks off with
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a surprise actually called the australian grand prix in melbourne and the price of aussie and prattled pits world champion lewis hamilton to a dramatic victory with fine tears have egypt. i mounted on a welcome to the program. we'll get to those stories in just a moment but first we start with this breaking news former cast of. wisdom on todd's been arrested in germany reports say wisdom on to was detained by highway police officer he crossed into germany by car from denmark he had earlier left to avoid arrest and advises that he was returning to belgium where he planned to cooperate with authorities regarding spain's attempts to extradite him which the month went into exile last year in the wake of an independence referendum to have more on the story as it develops. moving on to northern syria where the
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turkish military says it has now complete control of the ethnically kurdish afrin region that's led to protests by kurdish groups around the world who accuse turkey of ethnic cleansing but i'm curious says it's only targeting the u.s. backed kurdish why p.j. which it calls a terrorist group. turkish and free syrian army flags fly side by side enough taken on sunday talk ino claims the two allies have rested complete control of the way to a free region from kurdish forces. know those lucky enough to be left alive on the streets. many of them formed queues desperate for the aid provided by the turkish red crescent. to mow his job we think one hundred thousand people are present and on the road to fin tone center he will step up humanitarian aid efforts to reach these people. some locals pronounce the relief at what they saw as
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a liberation. we were treated unjustly that way. but thank god a group of fighters came in there and we thank them. but no we are suffering because of a lack of food and water. and our women are out in the mountains and they're not being allowed to come home. yet they live here we hope that our women and children will come home at night a huge void. but not everyone agrees with turkey's presence in a free and kurdish groups across europe gathered to protest what they see as the an exception of territory that is rightfully kurdish and frankfurt demonstrators criticize germany's delivery of arms to turkey. must finally stop with the export of weapons and arms. must. be acceptance of the must murder in a free and raja in syria needs to cease the the and the propaganda of the turkish
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media in germany median and of supporters of the arab one regime must be stopped. in paris kurdish groups to know what they see as ethnic cleansing. people around the world know what's going on. and they do not accept the. repeated attacks this genocide has all this ethnic cleansing of a people whose it was you'd said it when i see it i think about the. french president emanuel mccoll has said that france and turkey will pursue quote deep and intense discussions about syria in the coming days you know i'm a joined by vladimir on vogue and boy journalists monitoring the situation and a friend who has spent time on the ground in the kurdish parts of syria thought to me or what is turkey's next step and a friend there are rumors that are the one wants to send a governor
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a friend what exactly would that mean. our own reason to say few days ago that they're going to start a ministration are saying they did this before us in all their areas that they're captured from isis and france is involved and. so now they want to do the same thing but the kurds are worried that this council will not be consist of people across the board will be dominated by the rebels to turkey brought in to us. and we've also heard in the previous or poor that kurdish groups are calling this ethnic cleansing are there any indications that this is actually happened. well. first of all there's like more than one hundred fifty thousand people that were displaced from the thing they're now losing sight of us in that sort of fog and not a lot of support and there are rumors that fighters will be brought from two to
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assay and also the fighters they're bringing there are some of these like are fighters bringing their families to assay so that's what the course are very devout but we still have to see in the coming months what it will what the democrats feel thought stream will look like until now has not been very cold also at all himself said that aspirin is not the majority kurdish region although in reality the reason is over ninety percent kurds. how serious is the humanitarian crisis in africa right now what are you hearing. the problems especially there are still thousands of people inside i think it's also there are there is turkish aid organizations working there but the situation especially very dire for those people that last asked me there is like over one hundred fifty thousand people they're losing without any there's no kind sort of there's not a lot of support also the syrian government is sort of blocking not to they don't
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allow all aid to go in so the situation is very bad for those people that are displaced because there are no places to sleep but they're lucky that it's at least it's spring so it's not very cold but there's a lot of need there for humanitarian support and that's why you see countries like france and other counties now calling on the on the on the syrian government turkey to allow aid for those displaced people. and how bad turkey's increased presence in syria and how is that impacting the at wider conflict would you say. well it's not the first time to turkey enter syria the first time was in august two thousand and sixteen when they took large forces more than aleppo but it's definitely made a huge impact because this is the first time the course we're getting support from the u.s. against isis well now they're the first time that they're being really pushed out from the city by turkey despite of their certifies as defy the conciseness so this is the whole situation and turkey also struggling to attack other towns for the
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curse of a presence so this creates like a new kurdish turkish conflict or even our kurdish conflict in northern syria. that it may have on then you can burg speaking to us in erbil iraq thank you. meanwhile hundreds of members of a rebel group are pulling as of the besieged and play of eastern ghouta near the syrian capital damascus paul says have been lined up to transport those leaving along a car door which has been prepared and barricades and explosives and part of an agreement allowing lightly armed fighters to carse rebel and tribes state television says the syrian army is that bouncing into areas previously held by the insurgents that the. old law of the other stories making news around the world. especially the roman catholic mosque has been held in the french tend to commemorate the four victims of friday's deadly as a mental tok the bishop said the police officer who died after trading places with
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the hostage say the nation. large crowds have gathered in boston says he to mark. the day christians body jesus made his trial and entrance into jerusalem pope francis led the surface in st peter's square. there were also celebrations in jerusalem at the church of the holy separate for. the first direct commercial flights between australia and britain has landed in london the boeing seven hundred just flew nonstop to golden from western city of perth with more than two hundred people on growers' the flight took seventeen hours on a journey that once took weeks. protests in favor of tighter restrictions on gun ownership have been taking place across the u.s. hundreds of thousands attended the main demonstration in washington called the
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march for our lives the protest was organized and led by students who survived the mass shooting at the marjorie stone mundo high school in park florida. they've come from all over the country descending on the capitol to demand an end to gun violence protesters that march for our lives want stricter laws to regulate the sale of guns especially semiautomatic rifles like the one used at the most recent mass school shooting in part when florida. outlined a stronger background check i want to make it harder for people to take kids away to. any teacher who can just walk in and buy america fifteen like that's not to me . they say that this time they're not going to let the issue fade away. and seeing that kids are actually wanting to see change i think will finally wake up people in congress so i think this is a really good it's going to. this is only the beginning there's another march
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coming in april and these kids are not going to stop until they get what they want we need to let the politicians know. it's important to us that we are going to pay attention and specially the ballot boxes were protected. by. the n.r.a. or national rifle association drew particular ire for its role in opposing tighter regulations on guns. but many of the people here say they're ready to throw out the things to take in pain donations from various groups trying to block for. people like us the more of the more advanced the more support we have in the more support we have i think we have a shot in making our gun laws a lot tighter. a show of force from hundreds of thousands passing their lawmakers to help make america safer.
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for no one now and there has been a surprise in the opening race of the season in australia with ferrari's a german driver as the bottom fattal assuming a dramatic victory mark webber was found to have views. fortis death joins me here is time you were asked and mark who actually expected that were a no no everyone thought lewis hamilton would win so it's good for the rest of the seas makes it more exciting absolutely well let's take a look at some of the action from melbourne that battle managed in front of world champion new is how will ten major race pit stop under safety car conditions battle and then manage to hold off on motions charging the briton to finish second. set of races his forty eighth career win and ferrari's good starts into the season was rounded off by came in my cone and he finished and there's. so marquis actually explain to us how it was that better managed to sneak in that victory in the end sneak is the right word because basically a virtual safety car phase for non f one fans is when
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a car has stopped on the track it's broken down so over cars have to slow down to avoid an accident but locally or maybe very cleverly we're not sure who's a bastion but who is in the pits at this point getting new tires and in the pits those speed restrictions don't apply so they carry ome and came out in front of lewis hamilton so cities of said hey something went wrong then maybe how much it was going to flow we were going to look at our data that was admitted yes that was very low key but i'll take the win is one hundred podium in his two hundredth race so good job either gratefully or are a great plan one or the other here i mean that sort of milliseconds. now disappointment of course for hamilton county bounced back here and yes he can i mean he was the quickest driver all week and he was on pole i don't think savy fans need to worry so much she's still on course for a fifth world championship if we can say that after just one race but they might be a little bit perturbed that he didn't actually managed to overtake vettel once
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vettel it's a lead that maybe suggests the mercedes lacked a little bit of power and the ferrari is definitely quicker than it was last season what would you say the future in. holes after this result well it makes the season more competitive even after one race and on the probable fluke and also in the longer serve its good for the sport because ferrari were actually frightening to breakaway because they were worried about new plans that would make all the teams have the same engine to try and make it all much more competitive even this week the mercedes boss said a breakaway is a real possibility but now if we're having a competitive season anyway there's no need for a break when the future they can just carry on the way they are ok oh mark meadows from the sports s. thank you very much for joining us here in studio. to tennis now where world's number one roger federer suffered a shock to face in the second round of the miami open by world number one hundred seventy five and. the last means he will lose his top spot in the world rankings
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furthermore this best player and he won't compete at any clay course it's tennis tournament for a second year running that includes the french open at grounds that he last won almost a decade ago. you're up to date with each other these people here. don't interest. on those computers or dealing with a need to know they killed many civilians. communicating my father was such that i was a student i wanted to build a life for myself that these totally sudden.


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