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everyone has the right. everyone has the right to say. this is the daily news live from berlin and i glimmer of hope for syria as the u.n. calls for a new cease fire a huge amount of missed votes on three days of delay it comes after a week of government shelling that turned into was the u.n. chief called heaven on earth also calling off. people take to the streets in moscow and memorial marches for an assassination is a critic of the kremlin we'll take
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a look at how the impact of current members all that still happening on russian politics three years after his murder. and does the curtain closes on the bird and the impassible actor bill murray picks up the best director award for his friends where on descent and in a surprise when a new director i didn't containing take over the golden bear for her to touch me no . i'm honored you for joining us the u.n. security council has voted it's to approve a resolution demanding a thirty day humanitarian cease fire in syria russia agrees to back the deal at the last minute as long as no starting date for the truce with the cease fire is aimed at allowing desperately need his aides to reach civilians in eastern goose up more
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than five hundred people has been killed in the rebel held area near damascus in the past week. the bombs have been raining down intensely on a sting good up for an entire wake up as smoke and ash fill the sky over this rebel held district need damascus those on the ground continue to pull victims from the rubble. they've been on the sea chief for years the casualties are now spiking shop play. survivors of being treated in a makeshift hospital. activists say this is the work of indiscriminate cluster and phosphorous bombs fired by the syrian regime. children to bear witness to the konitz. another missile landed but it was a small one thank god it was bigger the whole neighborhood would have been wiped out. and amid the bombing world powers have
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hesitated for days on how to find common ground to stop this bloodshed. on saturday the un security council voted unanimously to approve a resolution it demands a thirty day safe fire to allow humanitarian aid to rape civilians in eastern guta the body of the cam and michel resistance from russia today russia has belatedly decided to join the international consensus and accept the need to call for a ceasefire but only after trying every possible way to avoid it. is that east. bay faking the gold they want to make sure that it is reflect that. russia is a staunch ally of syrian president bashar assad it's been providing military add to the syrian government. but while many have welcomed the news of a potential safe spot the people of syria continue to suffer. activists say minutes
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after the deal with struck government will planes bombed a sudden guta yet again. well i'm joined by allan mark donald in a mob in the middle east folks and for save the children alan you are in close contact with people in eastern guta has there been any change following the security council votes so at the moment people we've spoken to said that it's really just an illusion that this morning people who are looking forward to. peace will say that they like the shelters where they've been hiding underground for the past week trying to get bombing and people want to check their homes to check their relatives see if people are ok but then pretty soon afterwards just a couple of hours afterwards. the bombing started again and i was just thinking somebody just twenty minutes ago he was saying that the bombing is still going on at the
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moment. so the bombing has continued how is that then affecting your work there there's essentially no change. so. it's incredibly important and urgent that we're able to get a. it's been very little internationally getting in there for years now and particularly over the last few months it's got much worse that the mount trish rates among children in the streets are the worst we've ever seen in the syria crisis and if we can get food and medicine in media only. many more children will die as a result of this. for russia and the media treats would be off the table for the moment are you at all hopeful that they might change their tone. rows and what we see. on the ground. this is a matter of life or death and every hour counts at the moment and if the cease fire has been agreed at the u.n.
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security council there's no reason why it should be able to come into effect immediately. the longer this goes on without people getting food and medicine with the bombing going on every day we see more schools hospitals destroyed. the more days that this goes on the more children will die and say it's vital that the u.n. security council having finally passed this fire it's now to make sure that it happens immediately starting from today alan mcdonald in amman thank you for that update. and to some of the other stories making news around the world. china's communist party has proposed removing a two term limit on how long the president can stay in power that would mean presidential pain to remain in office after his second term and in twenty twenty three he's already the most powerful chinese leader and decades as ideology was
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enshrined in the party's constitution last october. thousands of people in israel have protested government plans to do poor it's african migrants they've been given until april for us to leave the country or face imprisonment most are from sudan and eritrea the government says that they are in israel illegally but they claim persecution at home. the bollywood legend of poor has died as the specter of heart attack in dubai the fifty four year old actress began her career at the age of four and stars in more than one hundred fifty movies she was described as being the first female superstar in india as the male dominated film industry. well in russia supporters of mergers opposition leader boris nemtsov march today in honor of his life and work three years ago today in themself was shot dead on the bridge near the kremlin themselves
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supporters are marching through central moscow today amid heavy security brought flowers to the makeshift memorial at the site where he was killed in july last year a russian core sentenced to twenty years in jail for assassinating the problem and kremlin chrissake. in moscow what is the news there at the moment how are the police reacting. well let me first mention that it's really cold here in moscow down to minus fifteen centigrade salvias and it's really a bank holiday weekend maybe that's the reason why many people went to the dodgers and not came to the demonstration approximately five maybe ten thousand people showed up came to the rally in moscow last year were fifteen thousand and the people came here to. kill three years ago so some marches chanted russia will
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be free and putin means. putin. with putin but in the end it was a peaceful demonstration and there were policemen a lot of policeman. a. policeman in the main streets here and they got the rally and but most of them really stepped back they showed some sort of respect for the protesters so in the end everything was under control it was a very peaceful demonstration so they've been peacefully demonstrating there today and it's of course three years on after the kremlin critics merger what exactly does it mean for russia. well he's a very important politician one of the most important politicians during the ninety's when the economy was really bad and many people remember that you always
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stood up for freedom with the press for the freedom. for the respect of human rights he was someone who was always wanted to have a strong element like similar to what we have right now in russia. as yes to everything that comes from the kremlin so he. it was a very brazen merriment people came together right now to stand to say well we have not forgotten this politician we have not forgotten what this politician stood for and we still support his values. do you feel that it's safe for russians to criticize their government. well right now the police is quite tolerant and we know all let's say let's put that way the crowd in those exact revenge here in moscow t.v. cameras are everywhere the report about the presidential campaign that maybe this is the reason why the police was not very aggressive today major x.
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hours in moscow thank you. north korea is willing to enter direct talks with the united states to improve relations that's according to south korea's government issued statements during the closing ceremony to the winter olympics with north korean and u.s. delegations both in attendance earlier a group of demonstrators gathered outside the olympic stadium to protest the arrival of the north's delegation a scuffle ensued protesters are angry about the participation of party official came chill in the north korean delegation is accused of planning attacks on korean targets that killed dozens of people. well the curtain is set to come down on the twenty burly now to film festival after a glittering awards ceremony and many and director. clinched the golden golden bear for a touch mean that some critics loved but others not so much and wes anderson stopped
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at the award for best director for the festival's opening movie docs. for gordon for. the golden bear fruit in miss goes to. touch me not. to. say thanks. to the new pin c.b.s. film follows the emotions of people who try to fulfill their desire for intimacy in unexpected ways the director invited the cast which includes nonprofessional actors onto the stage some were overwhelmed by the moment. the heartbeat. d.w. charlotte shells and pillow and bias waiter were on the red carpet. when one big. it was a female director who took home the golden bat not bad for her first feature film
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but it was a controversial pick president ontic first said he knew that that would be the case but ultimately the jury wanted to pick an entry that showed not what film can do but what it can do in the future the second place silver bear went to the polish film og also a female director of film that explores the male identity. but smog. wasn't shy about her achievement. so have the i'm a few made for yeah i. had no one that won the silver bear for best actress for her performance in the era since as a lesbian who's partner has to go to prison for their deaths. to keep the. french newcomer i'm tony blair's all took best actor for his role in the prayer
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about a young man trying to kick his drug habit. you know i'm such a regime is reviled dogs a futuristic animated film opened the barrel and. bill murray accepted the silver bear for best director on wes anderson's behalf i knew or thought that i would go to work as a dog and come home with. i. and just a reminder of the top story that we're following for you. the u.n. security council has voted to approve a resolution demanding a thirty day humanitarian cease fire in syria russia agreed to back the deal at the last minutes as long as no starting date for the troops that was passed the ceasefire is aimed at allowing desperately needed aid to reach civilians in eastern
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