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and dining offers and trying our services. be our guest at frankfurt airport city managed by for. this is g.w. news live from berlin sky high political stakes in berlin tonight the next two hours could decide whether on the america remains chancellor of germany but talks to form a new coalition government have bogged down or tracking the very latest. also coming up will his exit be dignifying new pictures are published of zimbabwe's
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robert mugabe after a meeting with the military so what have they decided. to bring. so. five hundred year old masterpiece by leonardo ben she becomes the most expensive piece of art ever sold at auction so who bought this incredible painting. i'm sorry so much kind of thank you for joining us a decisive moment could be at hand here in germany the political parties involved in talks to form the next coalition government have been wrangling all day and night and there was still no agreement failure could mean new elections chance on the americal expressed confidence there could be a deal tonight but serious differences remain well get the latest from our correspondents following the talks in a moment but first this report. night has fallen in berlin but for the
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negotiators here there's still a lot of work to do before they can sign this document a sixty one page draft agreement for exploratory talks they must resolve points of contention like migration climate and transport policy. then that's killing if we succeed and in this time of great polarization we can accomplish something was really important for our country namely that all of us from very very very different positions and never the less able to work together for the people of this country. a major political statement and an appeal to the four parties to overcome their differences compromise is the word of the day or it's i'm talking. today is a day when we can impression people with courage and energy and you solutions. that should also motivate all four parties today to come to the table in the spirit
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of problem solving and not in the spirit of saving face. is. easier said than done for for weeks now the negotiators have been searching for a consensus well each party sticks to its guns that's what this means that we have to fight for the things that are important climate change a humanitarian assign a policy and an orderly right to asylum the greens top priority is reuniting refugee families who hold limited protected status the same policy is an absolute no go for the c.s.u. . we had this limited protected status as a special status in germany and now we feel it's simply unsustainable we still have high numbers of refugees coming and so continuing this program is not possible negotiators have until early morning to reach the necessary compromises. let's go to w.'s oliver salat who is following the negotiations for us all over you've been covering these talks all night and it looks like the question of migration has been
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a major sticking point what have you been hearing there. that's right and there is a number of sticking points here tonight but migration seems to be the big contentious issue here on the table the big hold seems to be the varian see as you party that might have been blocking the talks here it's been an up and down really a roller coaster ride the talks were interrupted earlier they then continued there's not a lot of information coming out of this building here behind me while the talks are underway at this moment other than a twitter picture of two prime ministers of two different states and germany one of the green party and one of the c.d.u. of the conservative party there both together smiling saying the mood is good so we don't know what to make out of that exactly you can see this is a good signal if you want because to the two parties have quite different political
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philosophies but it will be interesting certainly to see what the compromise this will be looking like because this is what tonight is all about it's about finding compromises and bringing an end to these very long and intense and difficult negotiations if these negotiations fail all over what does that mean for a chance. well if you do the math first of all there is technically and theoretically only just one other option to form a government and this would be with the social democrats but they have already ruled ruled out co-operating with a view party so in that case there would only be two options left one is a minority government an extremely unpopular. scenario because that would mean that the new government is doomed unstable and for historic reasons i would do everything she can to avoid such a scenario the other option would be snap elections and if you look at the recent
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polls then this could mean the right wing a if tea party coming out even stronger than before and weakening furthermore do you party and that could in turn then lead to her resigning from her party presidency if so there's a lot at stake here these negotiations tonight and these negotiations have been going on for hours all over it's already past four in the morning berlin time how tense are things well the atmosphere is tense as you can imagine and it's not only because the they have been going on for so many hours here tonight there was quite a tough tone in the debate here during recent days we don't know for sure if that is just part of a show to sort of like please the own party base or this is really the tone that is taking place in that building behind me what we know is that everyone at the negotiating table right now knows what's at stake and it will be certainly
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interesting to see if they will find a solution or not. all over south keeping us up to date thank you all ever. not to some other news lebanon's former prime minister saad hariri has accepted an invitation to travel from saudi arabia to paris president among them a hole had invited her to stay for a few days even but his exact arrival date has not yet been announced in the lebanon had a q. study arabia holding her weary hostage following his shock resignation earlier this month saudi arabia is deny those allegations and says hariri is free to travel to paris at any time. let's take a look now at some other stories making headlines around the world russia has vetoed a u.n. security council resolution to extend the probe of chemical weapons attacks in syria the mandate for the inquiry expired at midnight on thursday the u.n. has blamed the assad regime for using the nerve gas sarin in attacks in the past in
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the u.s. the republican controlled house of representatives has passed a broad package of tax cuts with a vote of two hundred twenty seven to two hundred find the proposed overhaul of the tax system is a major policy goal of the trump administration it will need to pass the u.s. senate before it can be implemented and in barcelona thousands of people have protested against the police for detaining two leaders of catalonia is prone dependents movement demonstrators held candles and form the shape of a ribbon which in many separatist wears a symbol of solidarity the two men are being investigated for their roles and pro independence demonstrations in october their new photos of zimbabwe's president robert mugabe the first since tuesday night's military takeover the images show mugabe holding talks with the military there's also delegation from south africa including jacob zuma who says the political situation will become clear very shortly the opposition has called on the got me to quit but reports from
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harare say he is refusing to stand down. these images show robert mugabe meeting zimbabwe's army chief and two south african envoys brought into mediate at his official residence in herat it reports claimed the long term president is refusing to step down but mugabe is under pressure to resign zimbabwe's opposition leader morgan tsvangirai said the president in power since one nine hundred eighty should go quietly in the interest of the country and elections should be called. transitional mechanism. and that the nature and character of that mechanism be agreed upward by all nationalistic would. be the reforms through free and a fair and credible election to be heard. rumors have been flying about whether
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mugabe's wife grace is with him or whether she managed to flee the country before the military action on wednesday. grace's ambitions to succeed her husband are said to be behind the current turmoil last week mugabe sacked his vice president the army potentially saw this as paving the way for grace to take over the military's actions though have put a stop to her hopes for now the second vice president emerson or non-god why is tipped to head a transitional government backed by the military an option the african union said it wouldn't support it remains to be seen whether robert mugabe can hold on to his tight grip on power. now an anonymous buyer has spent a record some on a work by the renaissance painter leonardo da vinci it's an astounding price for a painting once thought to be by one of the students previously the work of changed hands for just a few thousand dollars but at christie's in new york it was
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a different story. ladies and gentlemen we move to dick cheney the subject of modern day the masterpiece probably not of christ the savior previous in the collections of three kings of england savior of the world jesus christ one of fewer than twenty paintings known to exist by the renesas muster ninety minute looking for ninety five in house christie said the presale estimates at one hundred million dollars but that was soon exceeded ninety five and i go one side over it well i didn't said i have it one hundred ten million give me one twenty the bidding via phone just getting going on ninety has been you heard it you place your place with francoise in a fifth place that one hundred ninety five leonardo at one hundred ninety million give me two hundred one ninety s. bit two hundred million is bid that so you are good million two hundred million just how high could he go at two hundred eighty million dollars so we're all
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down maybe not. don't take a photograph quite the next milestone three hundred we'll give it to ninety six i thought so the three hundred million. and even though it's was in the top. three hundred seventy million back to france was planned at three hundred and seventy million dollars. for him it is. not a service somebody selling here at christie's four hundred million dollars is that it and the piece is sold was with an extra fifty million commission for christie's the total price tag four hundred fifty million dollars the buyer has so far remained anonymous so we don't know if the public will ever get a chance to see the work again. to sports now in this weekend's once
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dominant dortmund will be helping to get back to winning ways when they placed a car on friday night dortmund have slipped down the table after a poor run of results and to top that off and said on thursday that their star player and mark obama young has been suspended from the squad for disciplinary reasons. go gator appear in make obama young is out don't many gave no further details on why he has been disciplined and dropped from the squad obama young was hoping to end his goal drought in the game against stuttgart the striker has been in this growing slump lately no goals in his last five outings peter boss has been under pressure due to dortmund sudden decline from the top of the table to third their last win in the league came back in september. on the ice the money. you know if you don't win the big question. if you want to call that opposing wins then yes
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we feel the breeze that's for sure. and over the last three weeks the winds change quickly in the post after the last international break the first match against leipzig and that's when it began as well and we definitely feels. that's not for me that's the challenge to once again turn it around. and i'm sure we'll manage does mean the show friday night could be perfect timing for dortmund to turn it around history is on their side the black and yellow won the last five matches in stuttgart but stuttgart is not a cakewalk especially when playing at home this season so far they're undefeated. dortmund's on the road firepower a league high twelve goal. against the league's best home defense is a stage set for
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a thrilling match. and finally in tennis roger federer made it three wins out of three at the season ending eighty finals in london federer took on marin challenge in a rerun of the summer's wimbledon final and once again better came out on top this was came from a set down to win six seven six four and six what federal play either a dominant team or a semifinal on sat. thanks for watching t w news for back at the top of the hour. make your smart t.v. even smarter with a w. bush smile. what you want what you want it. up to date. extraordinary. step. you decide what's on. sunday no more.


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