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i am. i am. this is due to the news lawyers from far away in the russian police force their way into the office of the country's opposition leader alexei the balcony the police say they are responding to a bomb threat but the real problems of the day that the opposition is gearing up for the nation lies and see through the rallies also coming up. another day of heavy fighting in syria's offered region turkey claims a diplomatic success in its own sense of against us box kurdish militia. on survivors and their families gather on the former auschwitz death. in the markets
national holocaust remembrance day it comes amid warnings of rising damages them in euro. zone a welcome to the program they say in moscow have forced their way into the office of opposition leader and i've spoken kremlin chrissake elex and involving a spokesperson for and said that the police were using the ruse of a bomb trash to question members of the opposition this comes on a day that the opposition has a name while huge protests in over one hundred cities in support of a boycott of presidential elections in march which the valley has called a farce on the ballot he himself will be alleged to run he was banned due to a previous fraud conviction that he says was trumped up now he has turned all his campaign offices into what he called protest offices we caught up with one of his
volunteers in st petersburg. hopes her message stick to one of these protests in october for now she's decided to stay and is volunteering for the politicians campaign every day eighteen the upcoming elections would be her first but she won't be casting a ballot. let's say you want to eat something but there are only two plates on the table and only one with food so if they take that one away i'm not going to go chew on the empty plate. isn't taking part in the elections i'm not going to do. in december and he was banned from taking part in the presidential race the electoral commission cited his previous conviction which the anti corruption activist says was politically motivated in the first place president vladimir putin has also made his position on the politician clear he usually refers to vague
descriptions and refuses to name his name in public reactions to mentioning his name on the street are mixed i mean on most michaud. it's a shame because russian state television hardly talks about it and even the president never mentions them. and i would guess that a lot of people don't even know who he is. more over the news the western puppet plus he's a bit nationalistic. one but that's a close the he's trying to create chaos he's trying to bring russia of course and i don't like it. meanwhile at the st petersburg office pulling on the other volunteers and staff are steering their own course they are planning for the upcoming protests discussing how to deal with possible arrests herself was briefly detained at a recent demonstration but she's decided the cause is worth the risk because. i want to show that there is
a civil society in russia or people who are prepared to take to the streets and express their views known. that doing that isn't anything to be ashamed of. if something important. during the upcoming vote hopes to work as an election monitor and she'll continue to fly fly. turkey says it has assurances from washington the u.s. will no longer arm the kurdish y.p. militia and syria has also reiterated demands that the us pull troops as if the key northern syrian. turkish and y.p. g. forces cast again on saturday as i'm pushes ahead with a military operation aimed at clearing the kurdish militia from the turkish border area. kurdish and other activists say saturday's fighting concentrated in the northwest of the african region and this
video kurdish fighters target turkish other cultures with small arms fire activists say turkey is making slow progress on the ground. president richard sipe rather one rather just supporters just over a week into the campaign he claims turkey has inflicted heavy casualties on its enemies. three hundred ninety four terrorists have been neutralized. and we have twenty martyrs from the free syrian army and our military. the figures are disputed and cannot be verified independently turkey took journalists close to the front line in syria on saturday here protest this militia watch over territory they've controlled for the past two years overlooked by white p.g. positions on a nearby hill. the shots of the re continues to show why p.g.
forces with support from the turkish air force more and more turkish tanks are heading into the region as the offensive enters its second week to he looks set for the long haul. place and the chairman of cologne has broken up a demonstration by kurds protesting turkey's offensive on kurdish fighters in syria authorities decided to shows it down after protesters refused to stop waving flags showing banned symbols security was toys with fears that violence could break between kurds and turks who supported the military operation turkish president rented tayyip erdogan has criticized german authorities for allowing kurdish protests while not promising turkish pro-government action rallies. and the kurdish demonstrators had hoped that their protests would draw attention to the human cost of turkey's military operation in northern syria many of them have friends and family there and say they fear for their lives. they came from
across germany united against a turkish military offensive in the kurdish shelled enclave of afrin. this is. her family or from the affected area that civilians are being killed the murder and hatred have to stop it's not rice. turkish troops syrian fighters have led a week long offensive in raging german kurds the use of tongues made in germany has added to their anger. that this rise that so full to know that my own government is providing weapons that are being used against my people. to go to stern was born in germany it's her home but her thoughts are very much with her family and friends her friends and relatives have been following every development on the news. communication with them has been difficult. there's no
connection directly to melt. on that over so much with guns not just right on the border we can see into turkey. the troops also have other weapons it's not only. they've been shot but i can hardly leave their homes their scared for their life. for in two years ago with his father and two sisters his mother was too ill to join them she stayed behind with his two younger siblings and up location with german immigration authorities for the family to be reunited was denied a few days ago the family's home and was bombed. our own two in the morning from turkey landed in her bedroom. in one of. my brother was asleep and my sister was playing on her mobile phone. of our mother who
was also asleep. brother was killed instantly his sister lost both her legs and remains in intensive care along with their mother who was seriously injured so. at first i couldn't believe my brother had been killed. he was seventeen years old and just a civilian. he was just a regular person. the families are still in shock. they spend a lot of time looking at photos and videos by their neighbors in syria. i live here but i want to be able to visit my family i want to see them alive and not. for him for many years before the war started in syria she spent her holidays helping with all of
harvest those days are a distant memory now the chances of being peacefully at home with her family once again appear almost impossible. president. must be present in the parliament to be allowed to form a new government supporters considering. president without having to return. say the death toll from saturday's. could rise at least ninety five people. more than one hundred fifty were injured and. the taliban claimed responsibility for this attack. in the us casino mogul steve wynn has resigned as finance chairman of the republican national
committee just a day after the wall street journal reported that the subject of women who work for him to own wanted sexual advances. and the world has been marking international holocaust remembrance day it's observed every year on the anniversary of the liberation of auschwitz concentration camp in one nine hundred forty five. has become a symbol of the wartime nothing genocide of jews and others on saturday was the size of the main claim ration which this year fell on the jewish sabbath causing it to be held after sunset. they gathered to remind the world that it must not happen again. around but a sound of prayer participants remember the perished. on a sheet some of them almost all night here in auschwitz themselves in stripes that
resemble their prison is uniform some of them recall how they've barely escaped and as a star i was selected to be taken to the crime a tory i'm twice the first time i survived because i had swallowed a diamond so the bride guard wouldn't kill me to get. my. the second time i survive kind. of george she had me in a stove where i stayed for almost two hours. she survived six million jews during the second world war to not. this is blocked eleven here is what prisoners told the war where executions took place. on. those a life we're forced to live under the worst conditions.
the survivors were eventually freed by the soviets but on the twenty seventh of january one thousand fifty five. it's a day not only thing you will remember forever. but the home and. hundreds of revelers lines the narrow alleys and bridges of venice on saturday at the stars of the carnival two weeks of fun before the rigors of lent a forty days of fasting that precedes easter the venice carnival is one of the oldest in the world the feasts all the concerts go on till five or thirteen. the circus was the theme of this year's opening parade so of course there were
plenty of ana moles. on the tightrope who monies to avoid and. first began one hundred years ago but it was bound at the end of the eighteenth century the modern revival only dates from nine hundred seventy nine i love the photo like that the giraffe the lion so far so good. we had a great time. the face musk's in the parade are a relatively cheap way to enjoy the carnival but doing a full round of pulses must bulls and concerts requires deep pockets when each ticket can cost hundreds of euros around three million headedness descend on venice every year to join in the fun it's something to remember during the song lessons that follow straight afterwards. and more coming at the top of the hour and don't forget you can get all that on