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styris catastrophe. killed so many of them and or those that are alive endangered. psychos in distress find out more in our interactive internet documentary and t w dot com psych us. this is d w news live from berlin confrontation in catalonia ahead of the independence referendum thousands gather in barcelona and madrid for rallies to oppose sunday's disputed vote of the catalonia government insists that the
referendum will go ahead as planned. and tragedy strikes at a french football match with several reports to supporters a severely injured after a stadium barrier collapsed during a goal celebration. also coming up clashes erupt at a neo nazi rally in sweden police in golf and bird detained dozens amid the violence that left several people hurt. warner. i met her man welcome to the program tensions are rising as catalonia prepares to hold its independence referendum on sunday the catalan authorities say that things are in place for the vote to go ahead as fane's central government is calling the ballot illegal and has sent thousands of police officers to the region just stop it . colonial which is home to more than seven and a half million people already has
a high degree of autonomy but the catalan government has pledged to declare independence from spain within forty eight hours if the yes side wins. ahead of sunday's planned independence folks the cavalry has well and truly arrived breaking cover after camping out on ships in the ports around four thousand extra police officers have been deployed to catalonia assembled from across the country and sent with love from madrid. in the capital a show of spanish unity the sea of red and yellow sending a message please let's stay together. the spanish government has declared the vote illegal and is making every effort to stop it from going ahead. with.
it's a mockery. of democracy. in barcelona capital of catalonia the relationship status with spain is well let's just call it complicated there were clashes between supporters from both sides outside the regional government building on saturday emotions are running high yet if you ever. come here because i think that's a coup d'etat has been committed here in catalonia i'm in favor of democracy and respect the rule of law. respect that. local places been tasked with shutting down polling stations and removing anyone occupying them a balancing act between duty to region and country. the spanish government's actions violate our rights people can't vote they can't express their opinion web pages have been closed it's a complex situation. the fear is that the votes may well turn violent
all those remaining in schools and other polling stations have been given an early morning ted lying to clear out. journalists. in the catalan capital. people are gathering in the city center what has the atmosphere been like. it's had a good evening. that they atmosphere has been tense for some this is because there has been the march and the separatists against the record in nome and spanish carrying these these aspirants flags they were chanting bees pro-science has no guns and actually that's quite an uncommon sight here in mexico now you can see that happening every day and they are so they have some very nice things they tried to tear of a big banner of belonging to the city hall which said more than ok and it's funny and of course a many people like that in this house of course the stench on the right and those
in the u.s. so. what are we expecting tomorrow when spanish police they have orders to clear schools that don't want this as polling stations how are they going to make sure that that happens peacefully. the actually already yesterday and today during the day they. have been visiting a school and there was they found with people inside they didn't try to evacuate they didn't try to see them off and they just said that the people that they shouldn't be there now as the deadline given to the police six am but if it's in the companies who keep. i think they would be one that risk any kind of violence by trying to take people by force but this man and the sides who sam did you know they despise police forces and then the school actually provokes and kind of by them. i mean some of these scenes we saw today in the center barcelona were quite
tense and catalans who are pro and not independent prospecting have become more vocal are we going to see this division persist after the referendum no matter which way it goes. that's almost sure and you're right actually. that the all that you're doing the last years showed that that those bro and those against in the end men's wear more or less near fifty fifty but they smuggle in the last weeks and mostly the last days every public demonstration public speech every public march was growing up and that's. when these demonstrations happened i guess the independents and in this the pensioner roast and this shows how has become so much of our lives in both senses both. against long and it's so and we think that along at between those pro and against that and then sure this is going to remain it will be up to politicians and or there are also tell you there's to try and reach of these divide and i want. all right we're looking at some pictures now of
the demonstrations which took place in madrid today sort of pro unity you know and independence demonstrations i mean how is spain going to react if this vote goes ahead and the catalogs vote to leave. so that's the one question i think if they're all goes ahead even if even if they go tom vote only a few schools will win for sure and we are only. seeing the question and what will decide well the cuts on government and this about how to react we need that the turnout and that compounds the sin which both may happen if it goes on peacefully and that is for the high turnout at the one side we are going to legitimize two maybe even the very best or at least trying to save. my position of force that is somebody took the. ball and is very this is that this organized member of the winds will say look like they have won and the old world isn't valued in this way i would
have to wait and see. right hosting the go to you'd thanks for joining us the night before a very big day or so lot of. in france more than twenty football fans have been hurt after a crush at a top flight match the incident happened as lille supporters rushed toward a safety barrier while celebrating a goal in their club's game at i'm young some of the injured were taken to hospital but authorities say none of the injuries are life threatening. it was meant to be a happy occasion little took the lead in the fifteenth minute courtesy of a full day by the tour a finish but in the ensuing celebration the safety barrier is separating the away friends from the pitch gave way. some fans fell one and a half metres and were crushed by fellow supporters emergency services rushed to
the scene and the game was abandoned at least twenty five fans were injured four of them are in a serious condition little players and coach muscle o.b.l. so later returned to the pitch to console supporters still in the stands. move on now to some other stories making news around the world u.s. diplomats say north korea has no interest in entering talks regarding its nuclear and missile programs on a visit to china secretary of state rex tillerson had said the u.s. was in contact with north korea in probing ways of entering into dialogue. the suspect in an extortion scheme targeting german supermarkets has confessed to poisoning food products he told police that he was the one who had placed poison jars of baby food in a supermarket and threatened to do the same in other cities across europe unless he was paid ten million euros. police have arrested several dozen people
in the swedish city of gotham burg after a neo nazi group held a rally there around six hundred members of the extreme right wing nordic resistance movement took part and some clashed with counter-demonstrators the group intended to march past a synagogue but was barred from doing so or now in this report. was. was. angry confrontations on the streets of gotham scuffles stone throwing injuries and dozens of arrests as thousands turned out to oppose the near nazis and extreme right passions spilling over. the summer i want to stand up with thousands of others and just shout shame on you shame on you shame on you the black clad extremists who with their green flags make no secret of their racist anti-semitic views hundreds joined the nordic resistance movement rally they planned to march to
a synagogue on yom kippur put the jewish day of atonement here to rules and arrests despite a court order blocking access. thank you that was the idea was to move people away from here so we could have more space to operate but then the trouble started at the moment about the nazi group said not banned in sweden the far right enjoys widespread support and despite these early scenes their numbers are growing. for more i am joined by correspondent natalie roll shilled in stockholm italy you were at the rally and go from birth today can you tell us what you saw. yes i was i never actually got close to the nordic resistance movement so i didn't see them myself by the counter demonstrations on the other hand. but the nordic resistance movement rally was kind
of stopped before it even began and it had been shortened in length and time after appeals from among others the jewish community because it was supposed to rigidly go. quite close to the synagogue by two hundred fifty meters away. from the local synagogue so it had already been shortened yesterday as they were told that they had to finish it because president or chuck but actually what happened then this morning was that they gathered a couple of kilometers outside as the city center to walk. place escorted to the starting point of the demonstration for which they had received department from the police. but they never actually made it from that thought. there was an attempt to break through the police that court at some point they defend those different information about the confrontation apparently with county demonstrations. have you
got a tape of folks to create fires at several points on tuesday planned marching with so actually they never got anywhere. that's more or less than one. day. can you tell us a little bit more about this you know not nordic. yeah it was formed twenty years ago as this leadership movements now they have. no idea care organizations that group things in a way and sentiment as well and they opened the door a national socialism they say that they want to be patchy a non european my. grandson became power from what they call a global sign to me so they haven't an opening. nazi.
ideology and demanded members of the notices of movement have been linked to serious crimes like series of explosions that silence that just for instance. not only i just want to get one more question and briefly do you think that this is part of a larger strengthening of far right movements which. i think. movement is the french movement extreme and this rally today has had massive. media attention and they mobilized. strongly but i wanted to get the thousand people because between four hundred and seven hundred the figure is very they didn't manage to. gather such big crowds even to this rally that was supposed to be. a show her voice. was
a little red there natalie rothschild in stockholm thank you very much. in full real on racing lewis hamilton will start sunday's malaysia grand prix in pole position he doesn't clock the fastest time in qualifying edging out ferrari's to be ranking in and red bulls max for stop and the british drivers title hopes received a boost after his main rivals west and federal experienced engine trouble and the german was forced to head to the garage the ferrari driver it all starts the race on the back of the crowd. that's all the time we have right now to join us again at the top of the hour.