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the plight of the weaker is in china and what our interview with iran khan on january 20th starts $730.00 u.t.c. . this is day to believe news live from berlin frustration boils over in the streets of lebanon's capital. fireworks water cannons and tear gas says police clashed with demonstrators trying to storm paloma does the delay in forming a new government size demonstrations are the latest in what's being called a week of fright also coming up. terry and nic you know want to be referred to as
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they have royal highnesses any longer and also lose the public money that comes with the tuttles when say she supports they wish for more independence but what will be what will the move mean rather for the future of britain's royal family. and the bundesliga is back with a bang after the winter break or was front door prince new signings from norway could the boy want to produce a magic and he's don't mind the food was good all the action. i'm anthony how it thanks for joining us clashes between anti-government protesters and police have erupted in lebanon's capital by birds leaving more than 150 people injured a growing financial crisis and the government's 5 to. build
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a new cabinet have sparked renewed anger after more than 3 months of protests. discontent has lit the fuse in beirut protest as hell fireworks and the latest of a series of demonstrations against government incompetence and corruption now the army has been called in to restore calm after police struggle to take control despite deploying tear gas and water cannons but protests aren't the only thing forcing the authorities to act a deepening economic crisis is also putting pressure on politicians to form a new government. knows 45 to 50 percent of its value. would be u.s. dollars. people can't with their old from any foreign currency more than between $1200.00 only for a week and this is what made all these. yet and that's and that's what we witnessed the in the last couple of days these. protests began in october last year but have
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revived in recent days as indecision over establishing a new government continues the last government step down following pressure from the demonstrations in october but has remained in a caretaker capacity interior minister his son tweeted a condemnation of recent events saying that if the demonstrators attacked members of the security forces or people's property they were totally unacceptable while all political sides a venture he approved a new premier in december former education minister. they are now disagreeing over suggested ministers the latest street protests indicate that there is no time to lose in finding a solution. a major international conference aimed at reaching a peace deal for libya will be held later on sunday here in berlin libya's main warring parties and their international backers will say to thrash af a deal to end gears of conflict germany has expressed confidence that an agreement
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can be reached in berlin the tensions remain high in libya and the country remains deeply divided. a quiet day in libya's capital tripoli. libyans awaiting news of sunday's berlin peace conference but expectations are low. mr belin what regarding the burning conference if it favors the libyan people libya will of course welcome it but it papers other matters that we won't be happy that here. the truth is the conference of then is simply a trap to libya i don't think that any benefits will come out of it yeah there are currently 2 sides to libya the internationally recognized government and the opposition. spearheaded by this man general khalifa haftar he wants to take power and he's raised the stakes forces supporting general have to have blocked oil
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exports from key ports in eastern libya holding the economy to ransom the country is divided with anti have to protests in western libya the conference in berlin overseen by the united nations aims to bridge this divide but it won't be easy. i'm not so pessimistic to say that. we're not so you're naive to say that it will be the end of international divisions if we can lighten richie's calm down and call the divisions specially the regional ones but also internationally divisions that we have seen in recent. would be very good. 9 years of conflict in libya has slowly turned into a regional proxy war the un wants world leaders to stop meddling and hopes the berlin conference will be the beginning of the end for foreign interference now for some of the other stories making news around the world. democrats in the u.s. congress have officially taken their impeachment case to the senate in advance of
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the trial of president donald trump they documents the public and president abused his power and must be removed from the same page meant trial begins tuesday and his legal team offered a fiery response saying the persis is unconstitutional. mexican security forces have closed the border crossing with one of mala preventing a caravan of migrants from entering the country authorities believe there are about $3000.00 migrants in the group most from honduras and el salvador the caravan is attempting to reach the united states. in astride the animals and people are being rescued from flooding not long after they were rescued from bush fuzz some parts of the country have been inundated by storms but dozens of fires still burning in the southeast which has received next to no rainfall in months. but prince harry and his wife megan are no longer working members of britain's
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royal family according to a statement from buckingham palace the couple announced their wish for a more independent life earlier this month now they've reached an agreement with the palace they will cease using the full hotness titles and will no longer receive taxpayer money. to pay back nearly 3000000 euros which was used to refurbish the home. on now joined by day doubly report until he has been following the story very closely for us. so prince making the harry working members of the royal family does that actually mean well it means that they will no longer represent the queen in public you have to remember the the day to day responsibilities of members of the royal family is really representing the queen and some of these public um style p.r. events which we see them visiting or see them taking place or taking part in throughout the world basically representing the queen in gauging an outreach and public diplomacy style of events now we know that as you said they are no longer
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going to be refusing their full titles in public and we also know that they're going to be cut off from some of the public funding that they have benefited from in the past as you said they're also going to be pain back several millions have been used to refurbish. a home that they currently live and now this is no. it may have come as kind of a surprise that people haven't really been following the story very very closely but it actually has been a long time coming now prince harry has always had kind of a tense relationship with other members of the royal family when it comes to some of the responsibilities that are in place on him as a member of the house of windsor and that's a relationship that's only become more tense since his marriage to megan i mean she initially was said to have really embraced her role as a member of the one family but because of the intense political pressure on her and some of the restrictions that in place on also the media attention that relationship has really kind of soured in recent years especially since the birth their son which is part of the reason that this announcement really isn't that surprising for people and following them so what are their plans now if they don't
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members of the royal family just quickly what will they be doing well they still are members of the royal family i mean of course this is their family right the basically just stepping out of the limelight a little bit so far we know that they're planning on splitting their time between canada and the united kingdom and really they say they want to kind of focus on their family becoming a little bit more independent now that means both in a financial sense and also in terms of what they do in their day to day lives as i said you know the cut off from some that public financing but their family is still phenomenally wealthy i mean they may be turning over a new leaf but they're not really starting from square one you know they're no longer active members of the royal family but there is still incredibly popular celebrities now making is said to most likely be returned to some of the advocacy work that she's done before you know she's been a great proponent of women's rights around the world leading up to her marriage to prince harry and will when it comes to him it really remains to be seen it's you know chance for him to kind of discover who you want to be as a person outside of the shadow of his family at the moment love them or anything in
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between the world will be watching aaron tilton thank you thank you. in the united states thousands took to the streets on saturday to support equality and women's rights in the 4th annual women's much protest marches took place in cities across the u.s. the women's march was 1st held on donald trump's inauguration day in january not january 2017 rather and trump was in focus again on saturday in washington demonstrators marched to the white house to voice their disapproval of the president's. an act of defiance against president trump protesters perform an international feminist rallying cry in front of the white house. the performance is part of the nationwide women's march taking place for the 4th time protesters all over the u.s. once more taking to the streets. be getting money out of politics
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that's my number one concern and we're here at the women's march because violence against women and i'm balancing gives women is at the demick in this country i don't i don't just come from my so for those behind me and those who are coming through there are thousands of protesters but they have one thing in common their rejection of donald trump's policies. leslie templeton is a women's march organizer it was trump's election in 2016 that motivated her to become involved in politics just as many other members of the movement temple represents a new generation of young americans out of people that have come out to volunteer for election skyrocket and that's i think it's really great to see this entire youth generation getting a voice and realizing they do have the power to make change. a fresh spirit that the movement might well need the women's march has lost momentum over the last couple of years still leslie templeton has not lost her optimism.
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at all it was raining and snowing and so we were out in the streets protesting today which. highways show just how many want and how much. pain. at the march protesters managed to keep up the good mood despite the freezing weather and the low turnout in comparison to previous years. after all the people marching side by side are all hoping for the same outcome in the upcoming november election a new president in the white house. in the bundesliga dortmund's when designing erling hold and had a debate to remember scoring a hat trick as he saw the 53 hole and got all these goals in the 2nd half after coming on as a substitute his 1st was a lethal finish on the left total and was still travelling free to at this stage but with no wage and helped turn the game around scoring a 2nd goal to make it $43.00 into the visitors all and then completed his hat trick
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and the scoring with 10 minutes to go is already paying back some of that 20000000 euros transfer thing getting lots of people excited in dortmund. played host to the promoted side when you're on berlin and even though you don't have proved themselves hard to beat this season lot seek pallid possibility as 31 to retain their standing as the league's top job. like 6 boy wonder coach julian not goes man led his team into the 2nd half of the season sitting on top of the blunder sligo but it was the up starts from berlin who drew 1st blood to us bhutto opening the scoring in just the 10th minute much to the delight of the legions of visiting fans sebastian anderson outfoxing a defender and putting through on goal. i
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came out swinging in the 2nd tower though and it took old reliable t.-mo van just 6 minutes to equalize was this time to fail to clear a long ball and stead feeding it to van. and 6 minutes later leipsic took the lead marcel savita hitting the target to light up the home crowd have the austrian there to clean up after some pinball and power it past keeper rafael geek of it. then in the waning minutes venice struck again to back his brace and become the just leaguers top scorer i thought it said turn provider this time and vanna controlled the ball and banged it in to seal the leipzig when. 31 the final score and now goes mon can be glad he's got his number 11 to rely on.
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will have more news at the top of the out with my colleague helen humphrey and then decide the sports life is next with a look at sled dog racing in the arctic in the meantime of course you can find all the lads headlines available 247 on our website at think dot com for now i'm anthony howard thanks for watching. every 2 seconds a person is forced to flee their home. the consequences into sastra so our documentary series displaced depicts traumatic humanitarian crises around the world . book at them i don't think i think i didn't go to university to kill.


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