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this is good news coming to you live from berlin do of service group look to settle the country's fate russian president vladimir putin hoess turkish counterpart for talks on the conflict this set to discuss who should hold sway in syria's contested north also coming up. rescuers resumed the search for football players and maybe on osama his plane disappeared over the english channel tattering messages to friends and family saying the plane all sporting
a pot. luck the holograms to bring in history to live at a chicago museum maybe fifty eight i believe. there was a holocaust survivor and bearing witness in the twenty first century. how to live on the touchy about thanks their company. two of the major players in the syrian conflict are set to meet for talks that could have broad implications for the country russian president vladimir putin is talking to his turkish counterpart richard on top of the agenda is the future of serious kurdish controlled areas goodish militia control much of northern syria and you can see that here in our map in yellow after they pushed out the so-called islamic state i
is has lost almost all of the territory in syria and syria is mocked there in red and that led to president trump to say he would drop the two thousand american troops supporting the kurds regards the kurdish militia as terrorists and he sees their presence along turkey's border as a threat to national security in a telephone conversation because in crump you proposed a turkish safe zone along the border and you can see that in the shaded area dick is also seeking control of mom bridge city the kurds captured from the ice in two thousand and sixteen and it's visible in this blue gray color with the u.s. post to withdraw the kurds are trying to avoid a full on turkish military assault and have turned to russia the diplomatic have the guns of long dreamed of going autonomy region in northern syria one day but the position of the kurdish forces has become extremely precarious in the wake of washington's planned withdrawal. just was the scene in northeast syria
two days ago when a convoy of u.s. and kurdish led troops was bombed in an attack claimed by islamic state. and exactly one week ago in kurdish child man bitch near the turkish border. another apparent i-s. attack that killed four americans. despite the ongoing fighting washington remains committed to withdrawing its troops meaning syria's kurds are about to lose a powerful ally then there's the issue of a safe zone along the border with turkey a u.s. proposal. but who should create it and who should police it for russia which backs syria's government forces the answer is clear. we are convinced of the best and only solution is the transfer of these territories
to the control of the syrian government of syrian security forces under ministers of functions. but turkey equally wants control of this buffer zone to protect against what it sees as the kurdish threat. proposal comes with the goal of keeping terrorists and terror organizations away from our borders. insists syrian kurdish fighters are linked to the kurdish rebel group the p.k. k. widely branded a terrorist organization it doesn't want syrian kurdish militia gaining power on its borders fearing that might encourage the kurdish insurgency inside turkey. this time last year turkey launched its military operation on the former kurdish enclave of a freend in northern syria kurds marked the anniversary with protests they have
reason to fear that turkey will strike again that's why kurdish fighters are now reaching out to syrian government troops for protection. from safe also be in russia's interest but the question to our correspondent emily show when. well these safe zones are certainly more of a turkish objective and russia today will be defending the interests of its ally syria assad has come out and said that he is categorically against a safe zone that would be patrolled by turkish forces previously president vladimir putin has suggested that perhaps syrian government forces could control such a safe zone and we heard just now in the report that said gay lover of the foreign minister the russian foreign minister also came out and said that the only solution would be for these territories to be given back to syrian control he also welcomed
the fact that the syrian government had held talks with kurdish representatives so it seems that perhaps the compromise could be on the cards today with syria syria and forth of controlling that safe zone and russia will act as an intermediary intermediary excuse me today in these talks. when in moscow they've been i'll bring you up to date with some of the stories making news around the world thailand's electoral commission has set a date for the general election it will be held on the twenty fourth of march though it's been postponed several times prompting angry protests it will be the first election since the two thousand and fourteen coup that's when the military ousted the government of looks in a lot amidst allegations of corruption. a former senior south korean prosecutor has been convicted of abuse of power and jailed for two years on to a girl who was accused of repeatedly groping a female colleague the case triggered a flood of similar accusations against men in positions of power. tens of thousands
of young people are gathering in panama city ahead of the pope's arrival for catholic world youth day during the event the pontiff is expected to highlight how fate relates to issues like poverty immigration and human rights. the search for the missing football player emiliano solace plane has resumed in the in this channel apart you said this little hope of finding anyone alive the argentinian was on his way to join cardiff city when the plane disappeared in his last messages to family and friends frightened said the plane looked like it was about to fall apart. the media on the silo only signed as a card player from norm on saturday he said he couldn't wait to get started now his new clothes are in shock. just described. his face very very. we walked him around the grounds.
he was absolutely. when you hear. we really feel so. subtle as goals in the french league may be my favorite was non-fans joining in two thousand and fifteen he quickly established himself as one of the team's most reliable players. he had returned to france to say farewell to his teammates he posted this message on twitter. the final goodbye the aircraft and the pilot on board took off from norm's on monday evening headed for cardiff but the plane disappeared from radar close to the channel islands the search is ongoing but media reports of revealed the last what's app messages sent to friends and family i'm on the plane it looks like it's falling apart if an hour
and a half you do not hear from me i do not know if they will send someone to pick me up because they will not find me i'm scared rescuers do not expect to find anyone alive or down very much whether they are wearing survival gear in the water temperatures just above ten degrees of the moment so that doesn't give you very long before you start to to freeze up thousands of non fans have held a vigil for twenty eight year old salah in what had become his adopted city while back home in argentina cellars father was crestfallen. i spoke to him on sunday. he was very happy that he was moving to cardiff to an even bigger club that he liked he was doing well he was playing world and this news here when these things happen there are no words salo is the most
expensive play a cardiff has ever bought he has never kicked a ball for them his premier league dream looks over after the cruellest twist of fate. the austrian open with tennis great serena williams has been knocked out of the quarterfinals my czech seventh seed catalina discover serena was hoping to equal the record of twenty four grand slam single titles in melbourne but the american succumbed after missing four match points let's go over now japan's naomi osaka in the semifinals meanwhile novak djokovic is through among the men. dr prince soccer club paris has been fined one hundred thousand euro respond the french league for racially profiling youth as moscow's at the club who were allegedly asked to state what the possible player recruits were french north african black african or west indian and this is illegal
under french law the french league said p.s.g. had not used the data but discriminatory purposes. for the drilling number survivors of the holocaust sharing their experiences an important part of making sure the world never forgets its horrors and its lessons a museum in chicago has found a new way of doing just that even long after the survivors are gone whose real here fritzy future meets her hologram. which was the real me. i felt it was important i felt it was an important story it was difficult because they took me back into the past and that's something that i didn't wish to relive. is the president of the illinois holocaust museum in chicago the museum has long considered how to keep the holocaust memory alive. was thirteen when the nazis deported her and her mother to auschwitz they were
crammed into a cattle car like this one she says she has five hundred ninety nine women to think for her survival. when they all gave me their crumbs it was the size of a marble but it saved my life and maybe took away from theirs in turn i made a promise that if i survived i would be the messengers preach all wants to tell their stories to young people in the future even when she's no longer alive. maybe thirty i'd be happy to answer any questions you hear a girl asks how she felt about religion after the war. it's god doing. ok. but she loves people. maybe. they were.
at some point i actually just sort of forgot that she was a hologram it felt so natural in it gets real it was really touching to i don't know like eve you felt like you were with her like like you saw how much like you know how much of her what she was going to be. producing the holograms was challenging. for five days in a green screen studio in los angeles countless cameras were pointed at her she was asked thousands of questions she never knew what would come next. with the help of keywords the holograms are programmed in such a way that they can give spontaneous answers for every question there are several responses. the part that's the most important is the interactivity so that our
visitors feel that they are having an intimate conversation with a survivor in real time and they can drive the content as we're all used to now. the message from survivors new generations must learn from the past. their stories live on is holograms there already twelve of them the chicago museum hopes to persuade other museums to use this new form of memorial. the wonders of technology that we now take you to the us canadian border and the natural wonder of the niagara falls a winter storm there has taken temperatures down to minus twenty five degrees celsius and transformed the fords into an icy spectacle the majestic waterfalls have partially frozen providing a stunning sight for visitors. he was in need
of news coming up ahead briggs it looms over davos despite the knock to european identity campbell e.u. leaders set the agenda at the world economic forum. that's coverage from davos team after a short break do stay with the w. if you can. pay this is not. bad for video game music sounded like thirty years ago. today these tracks take the experience to in. a sense to him talk composer or a monster.