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around the world. urgent assistance. starts october and. you look at it. this is deja vu news live from berlin a new government prepares to take charge in italy promising a new direction for the country the coalition unites 2 parties that will once rival the antiestablishment 5 star movement and the center left democratic party what are its chances of survival also coming up growing turmoil in britain as lawmakers deal prime minister boris johnson more blows blocking his hardline dregs of science and
voting against his calls for a snap election. or bite me in the neck not a bang not a bad one i mean i feel we are the drying out and that is what i'm only at the cinema but we are dying to consume our toddlers from a culture of public and art. many of yemen cultural institutions have been destroyed by the country's ongoing war but our reporter meets young people there who are determined to keep the arts alive despite the conflict. i'm sumi someone's gonna thank you for joining us. italy's new government coalition has been sworn in after a month of political torment turmoil caused by the collapse of the former populist coalition now the new government is led by prime minister to set the country and it brings together the central left democrats the populist 5 star movement and
a leftist free and equals party the far right interior minister matteo salvini will spark the crisis by withdrawing his support for the government is now in the opposition and our correspondent boundary is following the story for us in rome and he joins us on the line hi baron so a new government has been sworn in after another political crisis in italy tell us more about this coalition. this coalition is basically an odd couple 2 parties for the fickle enemies you have the big. movement to change percent of the 5 star movement which is a populist left leaning m.p.'s division m.p.'s agreement party and yes the social democrats have been known political faulty and italy but the fans don't have much in common despite that they want to retain the right wing right government
italy they want to fend off. to prevent slip elections but if it comes to policies actually there's only a 10 percent chance that they will achieve anything and many experts here say this government this coalition will not survive longer than a couple of months maybe a year. thank you mention matteo salvini who was sparked this latest political crisis by pulling his support from the government he is no longer in the government so who is and what kind of policy changes do you think that we could see now in italy. so this is a really interior minister be replaced by a technocrat a civil servant to channel a modern. rhetoric already has toned down. the road closed for refugees and bargains it is not clear if this is normal gays actually will change that because italians like the clothes like the anti aggression policies of the far
right and it's not clear what the new government will do they will aim at the e.u. preview into negotiated to relocate migrants from italy to the rest of the union but it's unclear that the fly and on the budget side there's also a new minister in charge. really hoping that he brought out a budget that will satisfy the u. they want lower public debt and some growth and italy which is literally needed because italy is now the blissed performing economy in the european union right now correspondent ben great reporting from rome thank you. meanwhile political turmoil is growing in the u.k. prime minister boris johnson had vowed to take back control by taking the u.k. out of the e.u. but now it seems he is the one losing control on wednesday night lawmakers rejected his call for a snap election they also passed a bill to prevent him from allowing the u.k.
to leave the you without a deal it is a record number of defeats for a new prime minister and also brings the country no closer to solving its bragg's a crisis. yet more setbacks for british prime minister boris johnson parliament voted to pass legislation blocking a no deal breck's it so he called for an early election. to go well this is big in my view and the view of this government there is now be an election on tuesday the 15th of october. might be right over gentleman to respond to decide which of us is probably this is that crucial council on thursday the 17th of october it's the leader of the main opposition labor party jeremy called an appeal to lawmakers not to back in the general election before october the 31st the current deadline for britain to leave the e.u. . to the enemy will mean. thank you mr straker payoff of election to
die is a bit like the offer of an awful to snow white in the working queen because what he's offering is not an apple or even election but the poison of a no day old thank. you called and said however that he would back an election once the government took a no deal praxis off the table the moment of truth or. 10 punishments dealt another blow to the prime minister johnson needs when the backing of at least $434.00 lawmakers but only $298.00 voted in favor of this political gamble on the part of the push prime minister that he can win a general election and see person leave the e.u. at the end of october is still very much up in the air. let's get
a look now at some other stories making news around the world pro-democracy activists have protested outside the chancellery in berlin the head of the americans visit to china demonstrators called on the german chancellor to stand with hong kong and to deliver a clear message to the chinese government that to leave for china later today. at least 10 people have been killed by a car bomb in the afghan capital kabul the blast shook a heavily fortified area near the nato headquarters the taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack in as the militant group's 2nd major blast in coupled this week. iran's president hassan rouhani says he's taking another step away from the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers iran will start to develop centrifuges to speed up the radium enrichment under the deal iran agreed to limit its nuclear activities in return for the easing of economic sanctions the u.s. withdrew from the pact last may. and 11 more women have accused the opera legend you know domingo of sexual harassment the allegations come after
a number of women went public with accusations against the spanish tenor in august to michael was issued a statement disputing the allegations but provided no specifics. millions of people have been evacuated on the south eastern seaboard of the u.s. as hurricane dorian approaches the storm has weakened but still has dangerously high winds and is threatening to flood coastal areas in georgia and north and south carolina dorian left a trail of devastation in the bahamas after lashing the islands for 3 days at least 20 people are dead and it is feared the death toll will rise as rescuers reach more area the legendary beauty of the bahamas lies in tasha's aerial photos show the brutality with which hearken dorrian the island chain winds strong enough to push a bush across the road and destroy the grand bahama international airport.
now the focus has turned to finding survivors as. a whole the whole eastern end of the out has been cut out so people right now trying to mobilize themselves on boats jet skis they have to they can't get there people have been stuck. for days we haven't heard from them since the wee hours of the morning on monday things are pretty bad. people are nothing and i see nothing a laptop with the bulls on their back and they go home to nothing. but the nearby florida volunteers a packing relief supplies hundreds of people have donated goods they feeling lucky to have been spanked dorian's phone for us. 2 men have been sentenced to 13 and 12 years in prison and one of germany's biggest child sex abuse trials they face more than $400.00 different charges including rape sexual abuse and producing and distributing child pornography the men abuse $32.00 boys and girls between the
ages of $4.13 over a period of 2 decades but the abuse which took place at a camp site in northwestern germany was only revealed last year local authorities have come under fire for allowing one of the for traitors to be entrusted with a foster child to. return to yemen now and an unusual story cultural life there has nearly come to a complete halt since the beginning of the civil war 5 years ago in a place where many struggle for access to basics like food and electricity culture might not seem that important but it is funny for charm that people in yemen seeking a semblance of normality through the arts they say work culture could lead to less conflict. strolling through crate the story part of aden is not easy for people here most are struggling to survive and young people are fed up with the limited opportunities they have due to a lack of security. they have not
a lack of. yet so i'm still. living in little and i even use some books and movie and watching to be the only museum in town was partially destroyed in the civil war. cultural life in public has already been quite limited in the early ninety's when fundamentalism started to being ground there were warning 2015 things the clicking through. this place right here is just one example. this is the old the cinema in yemen but not much is left of its former glory. well how do you think about it you know something quite got about 150 volts of power. and this screen played color and black and white movies. it was beautiful it was perfect. and you got that idea of did i used to be responsible for the orders he
still has to keys to show me around for him thinking about life before the war he's paying for it quite a nice good part or you know. people came with their wives mothers with their families and you could find a culture. and respect. people are dressed in their best clinical. it is not just because of flaco food that yemenis are dying people saw wither away without access to contraceptives i don't look at it and get done what. pain and i feel we're going to die you know what i'm only the cinema. but we're dying because cinematographs my culture and art. invaded for moonfire thinner and walk out if the cinema still existed there would not be any. of it for.
my kind of good. but these young people want to revive cultural life in yemen and they are rehearsing a play to be performed in public for the 1st time in more than 4 years in aden with basics like electricity hard to come by the theater is a way to vent. turn the power on from the other line. is a oh i hope it's made my life miserable what nonsense talk just. the situation the director of the met believes that art is necessary to channel people's emotions about the difficulties in their lives but is it the right time to talk about art it's not the proper time for proper time for sport but that's not true because if everyone stopped doing what they have to do with all sunk in the same situation real life expressed through art for artists in yemen it's a way to promote dialogue and ultimately peace in their country.
now pope francis has started his 3 nation tour of southern africa where he's expected to address the issues of conflict poverty and climate crisis his 1st stop it is most m.b. core of fragile peace accord was recently signed on wednesday of president felipe you see greeted the pontiff who was treated to a traditional dance performances and the military show pope francis will also visit madagascar before ending his trip in murray should. now reminder of our top stories here in d. w. italy's new coalition government has officially been sworn in promising a new direction for the country the coalition unites 2 parties that will once rivals the anti-establishment 5 star movement and the center left democratic party . and the british prime minister boris johnson has suffered more major setbacks to his hard line breaks of policy lawmakers passed a bill aimed at stopping the no deal then later rejected his call for an early
election. coming up next is our documentary bombed in the scene and i'm worried that she will be here at the news desk at the top of the hour with your latest headlines thank you for watching. news. stream as naturalistic and texting. her son the original comic song the phone wants to. stay. barging in before you jump discovery. expedition voyage.