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this is just why not. cry. it's simple online on your mobile and free. shops. w z learning course street journal maybe see. this in detail in your news live from berlin catalonia is independent leader says they'll defiant international arrest warrant carlist push them on is in brussels where authorities are deciding how to respond to the warrant issued by a spanish judge in barcelona tens of thousands of food among supporters took to the
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streets also coming up iraqi and syrian forces take back two towns from the so-called islamic state the group has now lost almost all the territory it seized to three years ago. and the maltese journalist killed when a bomb exploded in her car is laid to rest but how close are police to finding out who was behind the murder. welcome to the program i'm marion and stephen it's good to have you with us. belgian authorities are examining an international arrest warrant issued for catalonia as ousted leader carlists to mom and the list sedition and rebellion among the crimes he's alleged to have committed a month he will not be extradited he went to belgium after madrid ousted him from
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his position as president of the catalan region well meanwhile pushed among supporters have been staging pro independence rallies in barcelona. tens of thousands once again out on the streets of the catalan capital barcelona protesting against the detention of leaders of the independence movement speaking from his refuge in brussels the deposed president remain defiant karla's put them on says he will stand in fresh elections ordered by the spanish government for december twenty first even if he has to campaign from belgium. it's not normal that we risk up to thirty years of imprisonment thirty years because we have respected our commitment towards our electors this is not normal it's something extremely barbarous we cannot speak of a democracy if we have to play with these kind of rules you have a look at least eight former members of the ousted catholic government being held without bail pending possible charges of rebellion and sedition after to solving
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the region's parliament the spanish government is hoping new elections will offer a fresh start for the country. these elections are for all the political parties i can amend their office to cattle and society a government hopes for an end to instability and cheery aeration in the social cohesion and economic framework got on is. put them on supporters will cheer his decision to stand in the elections but for now there's still no prospect of any return to normality. our correspondent charlotte charles until is in barcelona and she joins us now for more charlotte what's been the reaction in barcelona to the arrest warrant against wisdom all. last night we saw thousands of people in this square behind me the protest was originally planned to demonstrate against the detention of those eight dismissed cabinet members who are behind bars today but news quickly started trickling down during that protest. that european
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arrest warrant had been issued for priest money immediately people here on the street started chanting is our president it was a lot of anger on the streets here last night people were telling us that it was democratically elected and he's essentially they say behind bars for following through for the very thing that he was elected for and that's bringing about independence he is so there's a lot of anger a lot of surprise people also have said that this is not just about independence anymore they say that now encompasses fury at the entire spanish justice system they say that they're worried that the former cabinet ministers going get a fair trial that essentially those who are behind bars a political prisoners of course madrid would argue something quite would argue that very differently they say that they're acting within the law and that pushed him on and his former cabinet ministers have broken the law and they have to take action
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all right well it's been just over a week since catalan lawmakers declared independence which of course was immediately followed by the central government in madrid seizing control of the region what has changed just how noticed are there noticeable differences or is dated or life in barcelona just continuing. yeah well all school one five five has been imposed that means madrid has now imposed direct rule in kathleen is that there's a huge amount of difference now that last week of course we've got half the dismissed cabinet behind bars we've got the other half in exile essentially in the drift the police chief here in catalonia has been removed from his role not if the key figures in this independence movement are now able to x. we've also got a huge number of people out on the streets that is something that we've been seeing over the last few weeks that there are very significant differences now since
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article one five five was imposed our idea is charlotte charles and pill reporting for us from barcelona many thanks indeed now u.s. president donald trump has arrived in hawaii and head of an extensive tour of asia trumpeted pearl harbor with first lady millennia and placed a wreath at a memorial to u.s. sailors who were killed in the japanese attack on the naval base there in one thousand forty one the president also attended a briefing at u.s. pacific command math believed to have included north korea's controversial nuclear program well now to some of the other stories making news around the world and us production company netflix says it is sever ties with the actor kevin spacey and also says it will not be involved in the production of the hit series house of cards spacey remains involved this comes as the star faces allegations of sexual misconduct. in new york police have stepped up security for the city's marathon on
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sunday tens of thousands of participants are expected to take part in the run it comes just days after a truck plowed into people in manhattan killing eight of them. authorities in southern italy have seized twenty four million tramadol tablets that they suspect would have been used to fund international terrorism the drug has become notorious in recent years for its widespread use by islamic state and boko haram fighters to suppress pain and fatigue the so-called islamic state has lost control of two of the last major towns in its grip any in syria and iraq the militants are now left fighting for a final patch of territory inside syria and in desert regions along the iraq syria border at its height as controlled about eight million people living in what it called its caliphate. these images show units of the iraqi army's
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counterterrorism forces securing one of the country's last remaining hell tons according to government forces was liberated in record time. situated on the iraqi border where the euphrates river spilled into some one hundred forty kilometers northwest of all came the syrian town of data was also liberated from militants. syrian military sources are calling the victory the last phase and they're counted paints a completely annihilates. that units of our armed forces in cooperation with allied forces finish their duties in reestablishing security and stability to darrell's our city completely. the syrian army's advances come on the heels of russian bombing raids on meso strikes russia has carried out eighteen such attacks in recent days paving the way
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for the seven army to move forward. a multi journalist killed in a car bombing last month has been laid to rest more than fifteen hundred people turned out to pay their last respects to dr nick carr and i go she was investigating claims of government corruption at the time of her death. mccurry wanted to lead says sons carried her coffin out of the church and into the square after the funeral service. throngs of supporters paid their last farewell and called for justice. for years carolina gets if thought to expose corruption and investigative blog running commentary many are certain her search for the truth cost her her life it's not just a matter that it's a brutal assisted nation done by someone who wanted to make a show of force to show each and every person the more done that and the world to think is more powerful than the state that is not afraid not only of the state but
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also of different people's. daphne karo on a good lead see i have been investigating a number of malta's top tier politicians. the family made it clear that the country's prime minister and a number of other officials would not be welcome at the funeral. i. thank the president of the european parliament was the only official representative in attendance and i would guess that when he called for an international inquiry the boundaries of this murder go beyond this island we have already discussed a debate on this issue in the european parliament and will have another. in malta investigations are ongoing but there have been no significant breakthrough so far this lack of progress is frustrating many ordinary multis who want to see daphne's killers brought to justice.
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or as in sports news now many european football's governing body you a fine has charged marsay player patrice evra with violent conduct this comes after he kicked one of his own team's fans ahead of their europa league match on thursday a scene in this video posted on twitter a friend was warming up before the game when he lashed out at the supporter who'd allegedly verbal abuse the defender friends international received a red card for his actions and has since been suspended by my bar i say. right now and dortmund host byron munich in the biggest clash of the weekend team are in second place and trailed biron by just three points but they've been poor form recently managing to take just one point from their last three games on the other hand byron have a perfect record pine case took over as coach last month by earn have their
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swagger back that's been the case says the return of coach you just in time for declasse it when they go to the defending champs now are top of the table which gives them added confidence. but. i don't think the pressure is on us to be very happy that we're now at three points ahead after two or three weeks being five points behind. has clearly lifted the mood in munich and the club has strengthened its defense along the way but the coach doesn't want his team going into the match over confident again struggling. we shouldn't just naively believe getting weaker and we can take them with one hand tied behind our back on the contrary this will be a very intense game. intense and youth. but intensity calls for a strong black and yellow lately they've had
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a swell no wins in their last three and the employer mentation of paper bosses gameplay and continues to cause problems. early in the season we were on a roll and nobody talked about it it's normal that when you're not winning and he will talk about it it's what football fans around the world talk about after saturday's game remains to be seen with the win dortmund could again be back in first and see some positive headlines. all things considered you could forgive dortmund fans for feeling a little nervous ahead of the big game we get the streets to find out what they think has gone wrong with their team in recent weeks. dortmund might be second in the table but their fans are not happy. we started well with the new coach but now the rot is setting around sounds as if you just played a lot of bad games there have been a few good ones too but almost as many bad games and she didn't trust nobody you
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know if you are the focus of their criticism as coach paid or bosh is attacking system his aggressive style won plaudits early in the season but the doubters are growing louder. after all these poor games i think the system is too easy to work out the song is about to get stuck against good footballing team sumeet numbers in midfield and we don't have that what a four three three we just play long balls forward it's too easy for the opposing defense it's like watching a pub team. this is put up by now they face germany's toughest challenge it's a top of the table clash that will put dortmund's tactics to the test both of those i expect every play it's a given all have gone one hundred ten percent and that has to be enough to beat even by enough. vince if it's not enough then my god at least you've given everything the fans recognise that effort it's all that counts doesn't there eighty
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one thousand people in the stadium and i'm optimistic that they'll show their fighting spirit. on saturday we'll find out whether that fighting spirit is enough to beat the champions. watching news coming to you from berlin we'll have another update for you at the top of the hour in the meantime don't forget you can always get the latest news and information on our website that's at t.w. dot com and marion at anything from all of us here in the newsroom thanks for watching. only weighs at full speed. always shining. but always on the move.


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