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from. the state of the news coming to long live from berlin police of detainees russian opposition leader alexina ball named the outspoken kremlin critic was arrested after making a short appearance of an anti putin rally earlier today the police raided of all news all photos also coming up another day of heavy fighting in syria's alfre and region turkey claims of diplomatic success in its offensive against a u.s.
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backed kurdish militia. and the sights and sounds of carnival in venice as millions of revelers come out to party among the city's story can now see. their harm and welcome with the show it's good to have you with us. the arteries have detained opposition leader alexina all night is expected to be charged with a public order violation which could mean up to twenty days in jail police arrested evolving after he made a brief appearance at a moscow protest one of more than one hundred rallies planned across the country now the opposition is calling for a boycott of the march eighteenth presidential election ellen himself has been barred from running against putin due to a previous fraud conviction a conviction he says is politically motivated. aleksei
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navai violent scuffles as his supporters try in vain to pull him free from police who arrests the opposition leader and press them flooding me a push in smoke a prominent rival. huddled into a bus and taken away from protests that he told. the goddess but it did suffer a thousand tons out in mosco one of dozens of releases been held across russia authorities say to demonstrations illegal the protesters want to boycott of what they say would be a break to presidential elections this march expected to extend president putin script on power now vonnie a spot from standing. yet i want russia to have an elected government and not a pretty appointed one i'm sick of going to protests but i'll still go as long as i live in ways i dearly russia's isolating itself more and more from the world and is
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making demands but we're not living in a country that can dictate anything. i want to changes within government to be possible because the zon history now has been there for too long. a finnish police raided the headquarters and t.v. studios belonging to alex a no vonnie interrupting a live program saying they were looking for a bomb. police also detained some of the vonnie stuff during the raid. though it's unlikely the wave of protests can stop flooding me approach and being really liked it alex i know vonnie supporters want at least to discourage russians from voting in the hopes of undermining the ballot with a low turnout. of g.w. correspondent near drunk sorts joins us now from moscow maria drag you were at the protest today what did she say. well so i will i think it was remarkable of the chairman young people were there was a lot of police in the streets around to our square square and pushkin square
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protesters knew that alexy not only was arrested in the afternoon but they did not back down and they showed no sign of fear. and one is expected to be charged for violating a law against calling public demonstrations what more can you tell us about that both or it is a must own city just refuse to give permission to the protest served today nevertheless nobody asked his supporters to demonstrate not only in other cities were it was about to demonstrate but also in moscow to be just go in there for another only broke the law i think police want to release him today all even in the days to come i think he may stay in jail for the next two or maybe three weeks and this is in the end a political decision made by the kremlin we will definitely see more demonstrations in the weeks and weeks to come yes today's protests are small compared to some
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anti-government protests that russia same in the past do not only supporters have a chance of actually inflowing this upcoming influencing since may this upcoming presidential election. well the bills were much what you mean by influence not only in it's just we'll be able to change the result we know that president putin is going to win the next christiane selections approximately seventy maybe eighty percent of russians are going to vote for him but corruption is a big issue here in russia but it resonates very strong and you shouldn't forget that the vast majority of russians made now less money than a couple of years ago and yet this is not going to change and we will have discussion of the weeks to come but more sanctions coming from america so if their nationals nation situation good russia is going to deteriorate if people are making even less money in the months to come they will blame somebody called i think this
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is going to be mr putin all right reject surratt reporting there for us from moscow thank you very much. turkey's president read our ted barrett on one has vowed to quote clean its entire border with syria of terrorists as nine day offensive against the kurdish one p.j. militia in syria shows no sign of letting up turkey has demanded that the u.s. pull its troops out of northern syria specifically from the town of mann bridge turkish forces and why p.g. clashed again over the weekend. kurdish and other activists say saturday's fighting concentrated in the northwest of the region in this video kurdish fighters target turkish helicopters with small arms fire activists say turkey is making slow progress on the ground. president rich of type rather one ravages supporters just over a week into the campaign he claims turkey has inflicted heavy casualties on the
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attorneys. close to three hundred ninety four terrorists have been neutralized. and we have twenty martyrs from the free syrian army and our military salute. you she is one of the figures a disputed and cannot be verified independently turkey took journalists close to the front line in syria on saturday here militia watch over territory they've controlled for the past two years overlooked by y p g positions on a nearby hill. turkish artillery continues to shell y.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 turkey looks set for the long haul. here's a look now at some of the other stories that are making news around the world in
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yemen separatists in the southern port city of auburn have seized government buildings after fierce clashes on sunday with the forces of president after a green monster hobby dozens of people have been reported killed or injured in his prime minister accuse the separatists of melting a coup. or being as the temporary government base the rebels controlling the capital sanaa. afghan officials say the death toll from saturday's bomb attack in kabul could rise more than one hundred people have been reported killed so far at least two hundred thirty five were injured some of them are in critical condition the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. during president front five myra's praised jordan for taking in hundreds of thousands of syrian refugees during a state visit he told the jordanian king abdullah the germany had huge respect and admiration for the country's cooperation in the refugee crisis germany recently
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moved troops from turkey to jordan following a diplomatic route and has stepped up military and development agency kingdom in recent years. african heads of state are in ethiopia's capital addis ababa for the annual african union summit the two day meeting is headed by will want and president paul kagame may who's taking over as the union's chairman african leaders are also expected to make a joint statement condemning u.s. president donald trump's reported swore on the state of their nation's war correspondent catherine on want it summed up some of the issues that are going to be on the agenda. the thirtieth african union summit was officially opened here in . capital now the session was opened by president paul kagame who is the chairman of the african union now center stage is the issue of anti corruption and how countries can fight corruption using frameworks and institutions but the highlight
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of the day was the discussion on african union reforms in his new mandate president paul kagame is looking to see that the african union is more independent as it stands seventy four percent of its budget is funded by the e.u. and the us there is a hope that this could reduce to fifty nine percent by two thousand and eighteen. but also another issue that was on the agenda was integration and how african people can have free movement of goods people and also a single air space market the africa youth population stands at more than seventy percent president paul kagame is called on the youth to be more involved in development in the individual countries. time now for a bit of sports news in tennis roger federer has won the australian open after defeating modern church in a five set thriller in melbourne a swiss
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a securities twentieth grand slam singles title after a nail biting showdown which stock racial fight back twice to even the score federer held his nerve in the decider however and secured a comfortable six one final set when federer is the first man to win twenty grand slam titles. and survey's early born just like a game buyer leverkusen reclaim second place in the table by beating mines at home a young jamaican winger leon bailey opened the scoring at the start of the second half with a supplier of long range shot brazilian defender when del converted a penalty twenty minutes later round out that two no scoreline. thirty. six let's get a look at how things are shaping up a little further down the table second to last side hamburg travelled to life's asia on the back of a winless run which stretched back two months could a new coach band hollaback turn things around against fourth place lifesaver take
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a look. a familiar scene at hamburg in recent years a new coach in the spotlight and on the page is the same old story. number give away the ball and like see it then pay. myself some bits are found bruma on monks in the box and leipsic took the lead. on hans stumbled with the ball and was too slow for kevin campo and big defense were ripped apart and the visitors were a goal down to just nine minutes. the new culture looked on and saw a very nervous hamburg side. another mistake this time from papadopoulos almost gifted leipzig a second goal sean cavanagh gets down sales to hit the target. number got back in the game on the half hour mark he being young with a perfect pass to fill a postage round at the keeper and slotted the ball home. one rail at
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half time. the goal gave hamburg the boost they needed and cost that almost got the winner late in the game. when all the final results not a bad return for the new coach. and one to put there is more like it seems showed amazing spirits and really battled hard so it was good. but the most hopeful humbard fans the coach hollaback still has his work cut out for him to save hamburg from the drop. let's take a look at all the results from the bundesliga so far. well there's confirmation of those wins for later crews and byron elsewhere leipzig in hamburg but the points show got that big away windows should dortmund needed a late equaliser to level things up with freiburg cologne grabbed a point against augsburg braman and hair to both failed to score frankfurt got passed on friday night and vote for got the better of hanover and send sunday's
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game. hundreds of revelers lined the narrow alleys and bridges of venice on saturday at the start of carnival two weeks of fun before the rigors of lent as the forty days of fasting that come before easter that is carnival is one of the oldest in the world and the feasts fastballs and concerts go on until february the thirteenth. the circus was the theme of this year's opening parade so of course there were plenty of ottomans. on the tightrope walker who managed to avoid an early bus in the canal venice is carnival madness first began one hundred years ago but it was bombed at the end of the eighteenth century the modern revival only dates from one hundred seventy nine i was i like the boat so like that we dragged the light in so far so good that when judge perry nodded we had a great time. the face musk's in the parade are a relatively cheap way to enjoy the colorful but doing
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a full round of pulses must bulls and concerts requires deep pockets with each ticket to cost hundreds of euros no less around three million headedness descend on venice every year to join in the fun it's something to remember during the somebody's self-denial of lens that follows straight afterwards i am. bronson to every news coming to live from berlin why have no more news for you at the top of the hour don't forget you can always find the latest on our web site that's state dot com thanks for watching. germany is a strong country. that we have achieved so much we can do this and if something hinders on some we must overcome it in the. going where it's uncomfortable global news that matters w made for mines.

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