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you're watching al jazeera live from bill, how with me fully by people also coming up. sure lank as prime minister, resigns ours. after his supporters of tax protesters angry about economic crisis. routing has ended in the philippine presidential election early signs going to a big lead for the son of a controversial ousted leader. and how wising sea water and the expanding desert is causing concern in senegal as leaders hold or climate conference on drought and land restoration. ah, thank you for joining as russia's president has told his forces, they're fighting for the motherland and its future in ukraine. vladimir putin lead celebrations of victory de moscow. walking the surrender of nazi germany to soviet troops in 1945, but he stopped short of announcing any plans to step up the military operation in ukraine. the target and b has that report.
ah, it happens every year, but it's taken on added significance because of the war in ukraine. a parade to commemorate the soviet victory against nazi germany. 77 years ago, an estimated 27000000 soldiers and civilians from the soviet union died in the 2nd world war. russian president vladimir putin compared the previous fight against fascism to the invasion of ukraine. a degree, we surveyed vilnash aggregate madame bison. you're fighting for our people and on best for the safety of our motherland. russia may. the 9th 1945 will forever be perpetuated as a triumph of our one single soviet people of its cohesion and spiritual might. and perilous exploits both at the front line and at the home front. i choose military hardware was on display as the parade made its way from red square through the streets of moscow.
it's designed to send a message, but at a time when russian forces are struggling to gain the upper hand in ukraine, it's also a show force for national consumption. this civil appear to be mark more difficult and bladder as n. ah, we expect we expect that this will be all bottled or or done boss will cantino ah mobile grid until 0. i middle bob now sama and zan are based on that. his uncles, his bottle and on boss, on your political decision, so i will be made with few outright victories in ukraine. some russians had feared putin would use this occasion to announce national mobilization and formerly declare war against ukraine. that didn't happen. instead, putin said, russia must ensure there is never another world war. he cranium, president vladimir zalinski, had
a da message for moscow. that's it all you dollars here. what's on february 24, russia launched an offensive step. i mean, the same mistake has been made by every occupy who has come to our land. we have survived various world, and they all had one ending of our land was planted with bullets and shoulder, but not intimate, was able to take roots here. this is a day that unites most russians in remembrance and national pride. the ukrainian western leaders say russia invasion of ukraine is repeating the horrors of the past victoria gate and be al jazeera hot abdul. hamid is in key of with more on present landscape reaction to put in speech. this sort of reminded moscow and the world that this was not only victory day for russia that ukraine also faults along. and that ukraine also played a very high price with more than 8 b,
but 8000000 people dying back in the 2nd world war. but then he went on saying that ukraine will have a 2nd victory and will hold a parade in the street here behind me. when that happens, and only would you crate, we'll have to victory. so certainly a very defiant tone from do ukrainian president. now, at the same time, the ukranian president must have it must have seen what we have saw on c, no social media which are basically pictures in places that are occupied by the russians at the moment. like the have sown in the south lug bit of dance, which is not very far from are you post where they, where per res, with washing flags with red flags. they were mini concerts and towns and villages. now it's very, very difficult to god's how much popular support those events had. we heard from people coming out of him so that people who lived in crimea where bus to that
region i had of to day a to exactly showed this is show of solidarity. and big tree day has been observed in some parts of eastern ukraine under russian occupation. i sat bake as this update, as russian troops tried to take more ground. well, today's been relatively, quite old, though, there was a town mac oliver mac liquor, which isn't far from here. that was getting hit earlier on we saw the smoke rising from there, but generally it's been quite ball. so there's not many people around now we were in chrome at all. this is like a ghost town. not many people around. most of the shops are closed. and that's because, so many people have left because this in the east of the country is the front line for of, for ukraine in the ukrainian or troops here. now the authorities here say that the russians have hit around 15 locations here in the east using air strikes, missiles,
heavy artillery and tank fire. but the russians are pushing and the intention is to take a pos of the east and the south essentially are land locking. ukraine to that. fighting is continuing and many people here have left this area. there are some of the supermarkets that are open, that i love there, the shelves, the empty, the accused actor perpetual stations is a limit and have a few people can actually buy. but like i said, it's very, very quiet. are very few people out on the streets. that's because most people fear that the russian push is still going on. the russians are still trying to take territory and they feel that in the next few days, there will be a further push from those troops are not far from here. in fact, around 18 kilometers. the u. n. chief has visited montalvan. it is home to the russian breakaway reaching of trans. yes, tree out there is concerned that russian forces could attempt to seize it to complete a land border back to russia and tony, the terry says, mold overs help with refugees from ukraine has been immense. for 9 may of all days,
we remember that dialogue and corporation based on mutual respects out the bedrock of peace and security in europe. and that on the walls. i congratulate republish the republic of moldova on the surface anniversary of joining united nations. and thank you for your contributions and strong partnerships in areas including peacekeeping, sustainable development, gender equality, climate change, and i would go on and on, chance transfer these innovative invest in ukraine with more on good terraces visit to model. i think it's very telling that the un secretary general is in moldova, given what we know about what has happened in the last couple of weeks on increasing phase amongst western analysts. western european governments about potentially this war expanding further into europe, or at least in moldova case,
e. u, aspiring countries, let's not forget that it was a couple of weeks ago that a russian general was quoted by into facts. russian use agency is saying that this phase of russia's war could potentially see russian falls. he's taking control of all of sudden ukraine to that trans mr. region. now transistor is a breakaway republic of moldova. it's not even recognized by russia, but in the last week or so, we have heard of explosions and shootings in that break away. self declared republic. the transition authorities blame the ukrainians. they quoted a ukrainian terrorist attack. well said that all indications suggested that ukraine were involved in this the ukrainians denied it. but also what's very telling is what this russian generals said about the oppression of russian speakers inside transmission. and it is that kind of language that was used by valid may uprooting,
in order to, in his words legitimize protecting russian speakers in the break away republics of 2 nets. and luc ganske, frank's resident manager, michael meanwhile, has been holding talks with the german chancellor, olaf shoulds in berlin. it's michael's 1st diplomatic visit since he was sewn in for his 2nd term as president on saturday. he is called for europe to continue to collaborate and stop the war in ukraine. from spreading. i gave an aussie thought i was, she only can keep the war launched by russia in ukraine dinner, which to day affects us all deeply, all of our compatriots out europe and has led us into act together to 1st of all, try and stop this all and then to do everything since the month of february to try and obtain a ceasefire and to sanction russia, the buck. and this is the challenge, our challenge, that of our europe now of our countries of our generation before, to stop this return to war to europe. but to do everything we can to protect
democracy yet to be alongside ukraine, to protect our people against the excesses of war, the, to fit to nasty fact franklin friedman, alper. at this moment, there is a war in europe. we are supporting and standing with ukraine, with supporting them with financial and humanitarian support and weapons. we have to do everything to avoid that was pulling over to other countries. therefore, we will be discussing our investments and to ukraine. and of course, with german french weapons projects will be discussed so far as bringing natasha butler, our correspondent in paris talked to us about the significance natasha. of my call going to berlin on his 1st trip abroad since his re election was very significant at emmanuel mackerel all going to her berlin. it is something that he did in 2017 when he was 1st elected his presence. there's no cover. it's no
surprise that he chose berlin once again after his re election as his 1st overseas trip. this is about a matter, michael, underlining what he sees is the fundamental importance of the franco german relationship, not just as a bilateral relationship. it also has a relationship which really defines in some ways was seen so often as the motor of the european union, both macro and all f shows the german chancellor said in their press conference together they felt that it was very important to reinforce and strengthen and bolster i. e u sovereignty in several areas, but particularly in the area of energy. very relevant at the moment, of course, in the context of the war in ukraine, the use trying to reduce it's a energy dependence on russia. but schultz, michael said that that was absolutely essential and vital. they also both pledged their ongoing support and commitment a to ukraine in its fight to for its own sovereignty. and they also said,
of course, they would do everything they could to try and see if they could bring a russia's invasion to an end. this was a meeting of these to me does very much focus on the war in ukraine. very much focus on the european union, and it comes just after emanuel michael made a speech to the european parliament a little earlier in the day in strasbourg, which i, michael also talked about the need. he said, for the you to perhaps rethink his structure, rethink the way it is, and perhaps become what he called a fin, the future of a unity of communities. if you like that some countries including ukraine before they get full membership, could be in some way aligned to the e. u. natasha. thank you very much for that. natasha bottle alive for us there in paris. no russia's ambassador to poland has been covered with red paint while at a war memorial in war. so ah,
so gay and dream had the paint thrown on him while moving through a crowd of photo testers at the soviet hero memorial. he was there to mock the $77.00 van grocery of victory. let's take a look at some of the days avenues now and 4 people including an m p. r dead, ensure lanka on a dramatic day that seen the prime minister resign campy was caught up in the latest violence by the circumstances of his death remain unclear nor burden. manly reports ah, a show of force on the streets of sherland as captain colombo, public discontent. have been simmering for months over an economy close to bankruptcy. prime minister my end to reggie pizza has bowed down to pressure to resign. today's racing nation is low and you, but he's unlikely to address the cause, the demands of the protest. i don't even despite the curfew in
a state of emergency, many on the roads now because they feel their cause bad. the man's need to be ha, demonstrators have rallied for weeks outside the offices of roger pack that, and his brother, president got a pyre. roger pack the de monte boat stepped down. oh, monday morning, approved government groups to to protest camp outside the prime minister's office. a talking people with sticks and metal bars, destroying the 10th cues for food, fuel, and medicine. a common for the 22000000. sure. lincoln's the pandemic, a loss of tourism, and rising oil prices are all hitting hot for reserves is dwindled to about $50000000.00. the monthly gas import bill is $40000000.00. the government has turned to the international monetary fund, 4th bailout. but that will take at least 6 months to be finalized. not just the i m
f, sri lanka is also too hard to get a hold from india and china and other countries. just to even get some bridge financing to get over the next 6 months. there's so much on popsicle instability, it provides very little confidence to even get that kind of financing a state of emergency and curfew have been imposed on the military deployed on the street bots. public anger remains and so to demands for the president to follow his brother and resign to law about him on the on $20.00 me now fernandez report not from colombo that roger pac says resignation is unlikely to quail protests. there was a case of when and it wasn't, if that my him, the roger pock so would resign though he had been insisting in recent days
that he should be the head of a replacement interim government that he hadn't created the crisis. so that he should actually stay and even this morning's violence was very much a sort of kicked off when supporters of his thousands of them, in fact, were routinely boston to his official residence. it's the violence that the unleashed when they left the residence that really started this the violence. but as you can see, a probably behind me, i'm here at the protest site outside the presidential secretary in colombo. there's a curfew in the entire of the island, and does it seem like people actually care? it's actually given them the motivation to come together and fight back. so people actually having reached the sort of top of that tolerance and not willing to take any more where they'd be in the form of intimidation. we also found that
a state of emergency was declared just 2 days ago, but it doesn't seem to be having any effect on the people they have said enough is enough. they're going to take a stand onto the roger boxes and the government resign cilla head on the program. the true cost of the war in ukraine, unclaimed bodies of soldiers are left stocked up in trains. ah oh hello. they're great to see. the wind continues to be the big story across the middle east, especially through the gulf. that's our small wind. so we go for a closer look, it's blowing down from iraq out of the north, north west. and that is picking up some of that. san in dust for the eastern province of saudi rate through cats are, especially when you consider those winds at some points will be seen to 65 kilometers per hour. while what weather has continued to slide further toward the
east, so a big drop in those temperatures for bish kick tashkent sound be but we've got high heat rate through pockets done. so we'll narrow in on this region and i think by the weekend some spots may hit 50 degrees. this includes 4 and was shot. so that's getting pretty close to the record of $51.00 after turkey. same situation here. com in the west, disturbed weather in the east, also seen some showers pop up for southern areas around on talia with the high 26 degrees. central africa looks like this. most of the activity western areas around coastal sections of the congos. and as we get towards the south right now, not much to talk about, we've got plenty of sun. if we focus on south africa durban, it's looking good with the high 23 degrees. and same goes for cape town, pretty much spot on for where you should be this 100 the year. ah
frank assessments, what are the political risks, robotic russian, oil, gas for western leaders, all sanctions on russian never jack, sports telephone was informed opinions. france is not abandoning to fight against jedi, still resumed media debt, going to be acting from nisha and from chad critical debate. could china actually help in russia's invasion of ukraine in depth analysis of the days global headlines inside story on al jazeera lou? ah, welcome back. our top stories on al jazeera president vladimir putin has told his soldiers in ukraine, they're fighting for the security of russia. thousands of been marching in moscow's
right way on. the day of russia celebrates massey, germany surrendered to soviet troops in 1945. ukraine, surprised and marked a sombre victory day, suggesting russia's invasion is equal to that of nazi germany. brought me. lensky says evil has returned to craig in a different uniform. but for the same purpose, i'm francis present minute michael has al talks with japanese chancellor in berlin . my call has called for europe to continue to collaborate and stop the war in ukraine from spreading. while the war in ukraine has come at a huge human cost to civilians and soldiers on both sides. hold abdul hamid reports them. keep on the horrors of the conflict. the real toll of this war for russia. unclaimed body bags stacked and refrigerated trains. soldiers dead under foot line, as russia claims to rescue the russian speaking population living here. ukraine
says about 25000 have lost their lives so far. but russia puts that number at about 1500. we were given rear access to the bodies left behind. as russia retreated from the cave region and another buddhist grew interested. he was an elite paratrooper. this jewelry was found on him, allegedly stolen from ukrainian civilians, in which it was a pleasure to shaw you crying to reach the dead enemy is better than how they treated civilians. they will be kept as long as need be. the government will decide because russia refuses to take them, it doesn't wanted. each body is a proof of war crime. so if they refused to take them, ukraine will build them at our own cost equal when the war is in his 3rd month. but so far, moscow has no clear victory to show for it. even in predominantly russian speak in mo you paul, where it did enjoy some popular support in the past. now you have again he so snuff
sky says those voices are gone. he just came out of the port city 2 days ago. you hello superior cassandra water, the yup. are your whole national? are we cycling past the destroyed theater building? i noticed that they were clearing the main avenue and the central square, perhaps were preparing for the seal called victory parade. but also could still see the blue and yellow of the ukrainian flags. and vendors are refusing to sell goods in rouble only ukrainian currency. yes, can you just see if guineas documented life under occupation as much as he could without getting detected by soldiers? hardly the image of a liberated people, the kremlin, want to portray, after failing to take, give russia has concentrated its air power on destroying ukraine's infrastructure. in what it calls a special military operation, but so far more than $3000.00 civilians have lost their lives. and the human cost
for both sides is rising. by the day olga is among the millions replaced by the conflict. she is also just made it to safety with her 2 young children and mother california, one of the new will of certainly before their arrival life was good. we had the beautiful city barks every one had life plans, war, freedom of choice, of language, freedom of movement, freedom of sorts. relieved freely. then russia came to rescue us, deliberate at us from our houses, our jobs, some of their lives. some of their legs are arms that the liberation olga has no switch to the ukranian language with her children, while russia celebrated victory against nazi germany at the end of world war 2. it is now in battle in a war that didn't go as expect. that of that homie of do 0, keith looks like the next president of the philippines will have a familiar name to many there. early counting after monday's presidential election
shows, a commanding lead for bon bon, macos junior is the son of ferdinand mark. of so was toppled in the so called people power revolution. in 1986, marcos is reported to have more than twice the votes of his closest rival, vice president. many were bridal final results. i expected within 48 hours. journalist had regencia says it's been a big effort to re brand the macos me for did mark us junior and joyce over 50 percent of popularity or, or approval. and in fact, the older generation has expressed some of the style jobs during the market years. so called the year some marcus's. but when, in fact, this was the time when 3000 activists were killed, were 70000, were arrested in thousands more or disappeared. so there is really a systemic effort to re brand the marcus name. and in fact,
i believe that this started as soon as they left power in 1986. but it looks like this year would be the year that they would be able to succeed in really returning back to power. while leaders and delegates are meeting in ivory coast as big as city abidjan to find ways to protect biodiversity. the main goal is to start fertile land becoming desert. the you and estimates $12000000.00 hectares is lost every year. nicholas hungry for some unaffected village in synagogues for door reaching on the edge of this, a hill in northern senegal is no dull day, no longer an oasis, but a village sinking in the sand. gone are the green pastures and vegetable gardens. it hasn't rained for almost 10 months. the villagers used to grow food. now they're going hungry. they're emaciated cattle look for what's left on the sand. hope for shambles. bark comes in the shape of a cloud high above. but will it rain?
dorothy, villain! i don't think so. even when it rains it doesn't stick to the ground. it's gotten so hot. even birch dropped from the sky. it feels like the desert is moving forward, swallowing our village. and so the men are leaving on the move is onion, former brubaker game. he sold his land for a $1000.00 using the money to pay a trafficker to take him to spain by boat. he worked as a stonemason in malaga, constructing homes for british taurus before being caught and deported by spanish authorities. oh man room room. the situation is bad. it's bad for all of us. we can't go back to farming on the coast, people's homes being destroyed by the rising ocean. i am ready to try to go to europe again. and there are many more like me. are of some wonder what you, hon. oh, do fall, spend for years in a spanish prison for trafficking africans to spain. i don't think the proper people
and not clean war but droughts. it's when there is no water, no rain for 8 to 9 months. there are more to purchase for europe. and so traffic is wet for that term of the year when people are desperate to do to crossing what these are for now, these men turned to fishing and found a we, but the catch is meagre. access to the waters are restricted because next year british petroleum will begin extracting liquid natural gas on their fissions. and this is behind me as a senegalese navy ship here not to protect the fishing vessels and fishermen from the rough sea, but rather to protect that b platform that you see in the distance. it is here, one of the biggest discovery of liquid natural gas in the last few decade. the problem is beneath that platform is a cold water, coral reef rich in bio diversity. and that's about to be destroyed. the discovery will bring some new jobs and revenue for senegal,
but most here face an uncertain future, caught between a rising ocean and an expanding desert. nicholas hawk al jazeera and jodi northern senegal to south korea now where the wearing of mosques remain popular despite the government relaxing. corona virus was a week ago. robin's bride has moved from sol when mosque mandates have been lifted in other parts of the world that have been scenes of need jubilation, of finally dispensing with the things after 2 years of breathing. your own breath. but south korea went in and out last monday. but not outdoors were no longer mandatory, but only recommended. this was the result. from a few exceptions, most mast remaining firmly in place. it's now a week later time enough you would have thought for the message to be getting through. you don't have to wear it. no, none of it. i still have to wear
a mask and doors. it's so inconvenient to take it off and put it back on again. i have not been infected yet, and i believe the virus can still spread to others, even outdoor cells. so what's going on, what's going on? i also want to take off the mask, because if i just think about my convenience and get infected, i could spread the virus to others. apart from some pandemic fatigue like anywhere else, south koreans have gained reputation in the past couple of years for public spirited cooperation that probably accounts for the continued mosque wearing. but this is also a society obsessed by looks. and it's thought that women have welcome the johns not to have to wear so much makeup, old men to shave so often. and then of course, with cosmetic surgery, being so popular here. it's thought some people may use the mask wearing as a way of having any number of procedures without anyone ever finding out.