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an exclusive report from a destroyed city. philippines. starts. this is the news live from. christchurch new zealand the prime minister. chris. clearly what is pictured here is an extraordinary. city.
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in his late twenty's will appear in court on saturday charged with murder police are investigating two other people after what they're calling a. hatter's that's. people marching for their futures. thousands of children around the world skip school to call for action on climate protection will be in washington to hear what american children. do about. i'm phil gale welcome to the program. forty nine people have been killed and dozens wounded twenty off them seriously in twin attacks in the new zealand city of christchurch it happened at two mosques the first of the mosque in the center of the. city is where the majority of victims lost their lives the second was in the
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suburb of lynwood west several more fatalities were reported police a man in his late twenty's has been charged with murder and will appear in court on saturday prime minister to send his describe these events as one of new zealand's darkest days world leaders have joined in condemning the attack in a country where gun violence is rare. christ church new zealand a city in shock. health officials put mass casualty plans into action off to college unfolded at the busiest of times at the biggest mosque in the country. question present friday prayers described a man dressed in military clothing and for mass murder and he had no money he's given the glasses and here's the address of the military and he's begun michigan of the m. sixteen one and it is. another. ball of bullets and here
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bust as you say what they're doing and not talk we're here looking or not the way he's tough in the guards at all it is starting a shooting at. a second nearby mosque was also attacked it's not clear if the shootings were carried out by the same man the prime minister has called it one of new zealand's darkest days. it is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack. from what we know it does appear to have being well planned two explosive devices attached to such speaks of the cause have now been found and they have been disarmed. the driver films the moment police caught the man believed to have carried out the attack his car forced off the road we'll still spinning. he has been identified as an australian citizen with a trail of far right extremist views police say they're still determining if anyone
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else was involved. three other people were apprehended we believe one of those persons. who was armed and was at the same might have had nothing to do with this incident. and the two other people would have ended began a position of farms in the general barbara we are working through to understand what they are above. elsewhere scenes of distress as the grieving community grapples with its own search for answers. you don't think something like this could happen in new zealand well in christchurch of all places where such a small community was so kind and loving so i just don't understand why someone would hurt us like this and in such a way. that we are just like an animal like why would you treat us like that we we've done nothing and i'm some really scared for our future not just a huge loss of life today i'm going to be feeling sorry for him by myself wearing
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my head scarf and i've never felt that way before but a sense that things may never be the same again responding to the attack prime minister. asked people not to spread for to job the shooting. we have undoubtedly experience in a tech today that is unprecedented unlike anything that we have experienced before but as i say new zealand has been chosen because we are not a place where violent extremism exists we reject those and oceans and we must continue to reject them this is not an enclave for that kind of behavior for that kind of ideology we will and must reject it this is a place where people should feel secure and will feel secure i am not going to let this change new zealand's profile none of us should we should all be condemning obviously what has happened here today in the peaceful nation of new zealand and
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what all of us can at least it was ensure that we do not sheer sprayed or actively engage in that message of hate we have been given assurance that online. platforms we're some of those images have been she had are actively being remote but i just ask people don't she them. straight to christ is that what we joined they don't use that so much welcomes. new zealand's now just waking up to the aftermath of this attack was due to happen today. a man in his late twenty's is you're here in court. what the least told us and the prime minister just. and it is he is going to come down to christchurch tonight the. people there are reacting. well as you see crashes is just waking up to this
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situation and probably hoping that it was a bad dream but unfortunately it is not in the thing you did with did not leave it open i had many helicopters flying around the city i could hear them through the night and it is just a reaction of excellent shock and dismay here in the city and. just just absolute horror and this could have and to members of our community now you mention they have had a cop to search through the night the country clearly is on high alert what are people likely to see and hear that is different today well the police have state they are really going to be increasing the prisons not just in christchurch especially but also around the country that's today going to be very visible and. beams and community things that have been planned for this weekend that you just
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really want the reassuring presence and during this it will be announced as the real edge of things which we have been in russia. cancelled and notably a cricket match between new zealand and us which was junction and take place in the city of the not very far from the muslims to the l.c.s. . houses that is muslim community reacting to being targeted in this way. and i have has only been able to speak to any of the yes there will be a joke this is a definite leader of the reaction that you're hearing through the made here and online and it's just just an absolute excellent horror of any one of the prominent. people in new zealand who is muslim sonny bill williams. took to twitter to make a statement shortly after he heard the news just expressing his his absolute shock
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and as an increase of his this fellow muslims in new zealand so i thought early in christchurch thank you. new zealand prime minister just in the rough elbow song is an expert on terrorism and crisis management the german institute for international security affairs here in berlin welcome to d w what are we learning about this the main suspect branson towns well we don't have any independent information yet on who this person is self described he is working man an australian who didn't go to university and the scribes and self as an average person who just believes in racist white supremacist ideas and thought he had to take action so unfortunately i can't provide you with any other further information now and this is actually also i think responsible to wait because as we heard from the police there may be also another person potentially involved in talk of some sort of money fester that he didn't publish
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what have you heard about well this is true i would underline what was just said about spreading material i'm thank goodness this isn't available that easy anymore but yes there was a seventy page something manifest the where he sets out his world view was actually quite savvy trying to speak to different audiences sort of anticipating a lot of questions of what would be asked about his motives and basically he espouses this idea that there was a great replacement that the white population has to defend itself against other races other immigrants that have a higher birth rate that's essential motivation according to this manifesto that there is a similarity between between this attack and new zealand the vitex some years ago perpetrated by hundreds of brave make in in no way you have countries where renowned for being quite peaceful that are suddenly rent by this sort of violent
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extremism can one country learn from another well if we can learn something from no way then it was really to maintain an open and free society because no we actually reacted very stately i mean everybody was shocked and there was. great deal of mourning but there wasn't a rush to sort of increase the surveillance or that sort of have any kind of further security measures in place when the first responders have to upgrade their their game but beyond that i think the liberal defend the liberal order of norway was upheld and i think the new zealand should do the same the perpetrator just apparently chose new zealand because a was accessible and b. apparently because the church was previous a church it was we convey a purpose into a mosque and that was something he saw as a symbolic target beyond that i don't think there was a reason why new zealand was attacked is it's interesting you're made a point about about noy we heard from madison and they're saying that that new zealand will not be changed by this attack but countries certainly here in europe
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where these attacks have happened you see a much greater. police presence you see suspicion on the streets but that didn't happen in no way not in the sense that there was. a presence on the street with armed guards or that there was a push for more intelligence about surveillance but this is not to say there aren't things to be done and i think in particular in this instance this will renew the debate about the responsibility or the possible role of platforms where this kind of information is shared the attack was lifestream this was a unfortunately a new thing and i fear this is maybe not the last time so that's a debate we have to have but that doesn't mean that we should step back from a free and open society where we roundly condemn all sorts of racism and this extreme islam and debate is that more platforms like facebook i can or should do when events like this live streamed in this way it's not something that can be
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a house very quickly i mean the european union for example is at the moment considering a law to force forms to take down content within an hour if it's being declared terrorist and then otherwise they would incur heavy fines and that does. potentially makes sense in a context like this but on the other hand of course that raises again the question is that realistic isn't that already out when it's out and then it's shared anyway what was the risk of censorship so that debate is not at the end yet but i think we still are in the process of finding a balance these platforms moving in early and i think that's certainly something that needs to be done also in the process of radicalisation but also not going so far to say we have to take out everything the minute it appears we talk to you thanks for joining us. from the your german institute for international and security affairs thank you well german chancellor angela merkel is one of many world leaders extending that sympathies to the victims and their families.
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this is a horrific attack on people as they prayed and on their house of worship. this is an attack directed against muslims. it is also my attack on new zealand's democracy and on an open and tolerant society. and we share these values with new zealand he's a via and we share their horror and condemnation of this terrible attack he's a stick to talk. amongst reactions from other world leaders is this tweet from french president emmanuel kroll all our thoughts are with the victims of these heinous crimes against the mosques in christchurch in new zealand and their loved ones france stands up against all forms of extremism and works with its partners against terrorism across the world pakistan's prime minister imran khan has also expressed shock tweeting that he strongly condemns the terrorist attack this reaffirms he says what we have always maintained that terrorism does not have
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a religion press go to the victims and their families. well tonight here's some of the other stories making news around the world hundreds of thousands of people have joined marches in cities across algeria this is the biggest protest yes against long term president abdelaziz bouteflika despite caving in to pressure on monday and reversing his decision to stand for a fifth term the president has stopped short of stepping down. powerful tropical storm has made landfall in mozambique battering the coastal city with heavy rain and winds of up to one hundred seventy kilometers an hour local media say at least one person has been killed in the city of barrow buildings have been damaged trees and power lines brought down. by. investigators say a piece of wreckage from the crash of the open and lines of plane shows a link to the lion and plane of the same make of it came down last year the fragment from the tail stabilizer maybe field of the jets nose was forced. voters
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are that the flight data recorder is damaged but not destroyed all one hundred fifty seven people on board were killed. german media revealed that the your brother in christmas markets attacker originally planned to death rate to bomb in the busy shopping center in the capital the mall is that close to detail east berlin offices twelve people were killed and honest i'm replying to truck into the bright child plots market in december twenty sixth. tens of thousands of young people around the world have skipped the school to take part in protests demanding greater action on climate change the w.'s having hats that davidge to a company and school people who wants the german government to do more to safeguard the future for her and her generation. her message protect the environment now sixteen year old mother and thousands of other high school students have come to a berlin city center to protest they want germany to do more when it comes to
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climate change. to clean up under the shadow doesn't pass in them and it's out that climate science must be stopped before it's too late in the day doesn't god imagine the. green party leaders are watching closely as thousands of students are calling for action and no one has some very concrete ideas when it comes to people's daily lives in connection with protecting the anybody. yes yes yes. thank you just a few in fact so much it's unbelievable that it's cheaper to fly than to take the train oh yeah. also finds the government's plan to phase out cool energy to slow she doesn't agree that climate protection policies lead to unemployment many demonstrators criticize the last call planned will be shut down and twenty third
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whether it's in berlin or brussels politics has to speed up the exit of coal energy . the fact that some political factions don't like to see students ditching school every friday doesn't matter to know what she believes that teachers and politicians should except actions taken to clean up climate change scares me we have to do something about it before it's too late so missing the last two periods of school just measured back much no one knows how long the young climate activists will continue with their weekly protests but for no i'm all are and her friends one thing is clear if the politicians don't step up their fight against climate change then the students plan to up the pressure another notch. well today student strikes are fighting an estimated one hundred countries around the world this friday's future movement was started by sixteen year old swedish climate activist. and he's calling on world leaders to do more climate change today is the biggest day yet for
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. activists following the lead. creates its own verb started it with a simple bit of activism a student strike today things were still fairly simple for her a march on the swedish parliament as with just about every friday for months now and the simple message of action on climate change young people didn't cause this she says but young people will have to live with the consequences will mention them we're not going to acceptance and that's why we're striking we strike because we want to future and we will continue. i they want a future in india as well students took to the streets in delhi i support that and like she is the only one who took initiative in sweden and because the thought of you got to know about this just hand me out of supporting her benefits only young people in delhi were joined by some with a few more years experience of breathing delis infamous smog older protestors have
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all but given up on their own generation and are looking to the next for a solution. now that you don't recall forward it's for them their future we have ruined it for them and i have no hope from our generation also i mean even if i get the government even if it isn't in italy there were strikes and protests in dozens of cities students left class to hammer home the same messages that great a tune first made in her first strike this is the biggest day in a global movement that shows no signs of abating. let's go to one of those marches that kind of go in and out of time to form nominees in washington welcome alexandra what's been going. so students here students from maryland and virginia have come together here to show their concern about climate change and of course they commitments to keep up the pressure on their official elected officials to do them think about it to tackle the problem and with me here is live she's
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a student from baltimore police tell me what is your. message to congress my message for congress is we have zero lead in years we have almost no time most of the people in congress started a fifth of their life we have to do something now or they will have the rest of their life as president trump has repeatedly denied the science of climate change what would you tell him so back when climate change was first an issue we've barely had scientists saying what the what was actually happening but now we have hundreds of scientists all saying the same thing is the problem here is the facts and you should choosing to ignore it the way you were brought up is not an excuse to ignore what is happening now if you so much least feel another protest is highlighting any particular. us problems. yes you told me that they are pushing for the implementation of the so-called green you
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plan this is a platform supported by some prominent democrats that is seeking to tackle climate change who are stimulating the economy its goals are for example the reduction of the use of carbon and agriculture in infrastructure and transport and it's also seeking to tackle income inequality through further old jobs got ramsi programs now these protests have been happening for some weeks now and our schools and politicians are reacting to the children skipping last year. so there are some politicians democratic lawmakers who said on twitter that they are going to come out today to support their students to end their commitments to but there are of course also lawmakers conservative lawmakers that are not supporting this movement denying climate change and that it's a manmade climate change really turns out i was i'm going to fall not going to washington thank you. for demoted companies. and i was discussing more than five
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thousand jobs in its german operations a part of a restructuring plan the company hopes will return it to profitability a spokesperson said most of the cuts will come in the form of early retirement or voluntary resignations. in football the draw for the champions league quarter finals took place in switzerland today with anguish teams dominating the last eight one of them manchester united was joining in spanish giants barcelona in arguably the pick of the thais united rivals manchester city played toddler while last year's beaten finalists liverpool take home portuguese champions puerto dutch side i accept play italy's you venters to round out the last eight in europe in the europa league quarter final draw the only german team remaining in the competition and interact front for what will fly the flag for the bundesliga against portuguese side benefit
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a premier english premier league team arsenal will do battle with italian club napoli at chelsea have been drawn with slavia prague or one spanish side is guaranteed a place in the semifinals as via rail will play balance here. football's world governing body fee for meets in special session later to vote on sweeping changes to the game top of the agenda is a plan to extend the next world cup in qatar to forty eight teams fifa president giani infantile are also wants to increase fee for revenues expand the club world cup and introduce a new global nations league. fifo is planning big changes first qualifying national teams will take part in an expanded world cup possibly sooner than expected instead of forty eight teams in the tournament in two thousand and twenty six that expansion could start as early as two thousand and twenty two in qatar through the more they might be a new global nations league that could be similar to europe's new nations later in
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club football they could also be an expanded club world cup reporter florian balla asked the head of the germany which teams would play. doesn't it so it is the i live. if the club world cup is played every four years one idea would be to see which teams have been particularly successful over the years. and do the teams only come from the champions league or other clubs and especially through solidarity of payments. for identify the tylers so that they're not particularly disadvantaged by the new competition he's annoyed because one does not. think the president's giani infantile has been keen to increase revenues he's new proposals were put forward a year ago and a based on an offer by a consortium willing to invest the twenty two billion euros they in return would hold
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a forty nine percent stake in the competitions but the changes will be voted on lighted today by thief is two hundred and the live in memphis. is remind the story forty nine people are dead and dozens more wounded in mass shootings that two months in the news even city of christchurch police say an australian man in his late twenty's has been charged with murder but appear in court on saturday the forty two approach to the bike wing extremist money festival line before the attacks prime minister just seemed odd to have described the terror attack as an unprecedented act of violence and one of the cut. first dr just comes. coming up next on africa the student climate change protests make their way to god look you know we had to come policy speak to the fourteen year old girl a champion of the fighters future of movement and how the country.
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michael jr will have that story imo they don't leave him suffering caught up next i'll be back on the top of the hour how good the.
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sarno just couldn't get this song out of his head. musicologist began searching for the source of this captivating sound. and found that deep in the rain forest in central africa and we're led to believe the phrase able. to move the one.
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minute live so he was so fascinated by their culture that he stayed local. only a promise to his son made son only in the jungle and returned to the concrete and glass trying to work. the result reverse culture. the prize winning documentary song from the forest starts first on t.w. clutch a bit and explain the link to news from africa and the world or links to exceptional stories and discussions. is a visit and while website debited comes to fix join us on facebook c.w. for. closely. listening carefully. don't simply misconstrue
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