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evening it could be the end of the road for america also coming up zimbabweans demand the resignation of president robert mugabe crowds packed the capital harare calling for his departure after nearly four decades in power but he's showing little sign of stepping down. and in the bundesliga was robert eleven doubts easy care as sharp as performance when byron munich will take on out spurred in the variant derby will find out. i'm not a quote awesome good to have you with us. it's now or never for german chancellor angela merkel as coalition talks on forging a new government enter their final day merkel's conservatives are seeking a coalition with a pro-business free democrats as well as the greens they're hoping to reach a deal by sunday night and the talks are set to resume after another lengthy round
of talks but still no deal here is how it played out the mood at the talks more fear than hope in the words of one of the participants the has been progress but that's being coupled with setbacks. but in team. dealing with climate policy the have to say that where we did have an agreement where we managed to agree to push on with the change in energy policy and make a real contribution to climate protection and achieving our climate goals that has been partly rolled back. that's one of the highrise if you to all. of the four parties at the table chances are going to merkel's christian democrats seem the most optimistic that claiming success in economic issues. but. we still need to look at cutting back on red tape but the fact that we found the strength to concentrate on such an important issue the economy and to reach agreement is a real step in the right direction if you. will for
a credit of the greens the state premier part of it and berg met with the leader of the very conservatives horse a whole for but they have not been able to agree on the crux issue of whether or not some refugees will be able to bring their families to germany you know. i would always be able to form a coalition with mr. but i'm dealing with other people here. and early in the talks on saturday it was clear the patience of some of the negotiators is wearing thin. at some point enough is enough we've been circling around each other for weeks pushing issues and using tactics to try and squeeze a little more out it has to end at some stage we have to make a decision sometime in that time is this weekend at the latest six p.m. on sunday. but even that's not clear the very conservative leader is questioning the deadline. it seems many are questioning the deadline in germany this hour i'm
now joined by d.w. correspondent jefferson chase jefferson senior party figures are due to arrive for negotiations in the next several hours but it's been almost two months since the election an angle americal still hasn't managed to form a government could spell the end for her actually well i think i can i can spend some calm here i don't think this is the end of. obviously something has to come out of these talks he has to be able to form a government however this is not like the u.s. or the u.k. it's not first past the post it's not one party wins the entire thing and then forms the new government this is a parliamentary system there's always a coalition which means there's always lots and lots and lots of talks. just to give you an idea of where we are in this process the last government which was a lot easier to form because there were only three parties at the table took eighty four days so we're not actually that far behind ok we're not far behind but these
parties that are involved right now sit on a broad political spectrum across the board right we have the conservatives merkel's conservatives we have the f.d.p. which is center right and then we have the greens can these parties with such differing points of view and agendas actually form some kind of consensus and reach an agreement where you say you're right there i mean this is this is the broadest political spectrum that you've ever had in post-war germany it goes all the way from the c.s.u. the most conservative of the mainstream parties that's the varian conservatives all the way to the greens so it is more difficult but i think you will see them reach an agreement for the simple reason they don't really have much choice no one wants to call fresh elections the only party that's going to benefit from that is the f.t. the far right populist none of the mainstream parties want it so i think they'll get a deal done. ok so they'll have to get a deal done but there are major sticking points major sticking point right i mean the most major of the major sticking points is the issue of refugees the
conservatives want to cap the numbers that can enter the country in any one year at two hundred thousand the greens don't like that the conservatives also don't want to let's all family members for all refugees have the right to come to the country that's a red line in the sand for the greens the greens say we have to allow that so that's going to be the issue today that i think they're going to work the hardest on trying to find some sort of compromise for and they expect at six pm they'll come and say either we've got a deal or we've agreed to keep talking ok so either a deal or keep talking the same situation we are and probably yesterday will watch and see exactly and chase thank you for walking us through that. to zimbabwe now they want him to go but he is refusing the military leadership in the country will meet today with president robert mugabe to discuss his resignation after decades in power that's after tens of thousands rallied in the capital harare to
demand he leave office immediately the protest was backed by the veterans of the country's independence war the same influential group that has traditionally supported mugabe in the past. people power in the center of. mcgarvie muskerry these demonstrations chant it's more like a street party but one with a political message the people of zimbabwe have had enough of that ailing neda. the modern day. finally and out to be excited. independence day it's the first time in decades that people feel free to say what they really think of president mugabe he's known for vicious crackdowns against journalists and critics. the country soldiers have become heroes for many after the military took control of zimbabwe on wednesday the generals that this day a protest. as well as an exuberant rally called by the veterans of zimbabwe's
independence pool the veterans who once mugabe's supposes he was there come right in the struggle against white rule now they want him to step down. mugabe's wars began last week when he sent this man his vice president and his and one guy a few politician and fellow freedom fighter when i was widely viewed as my god his heir apparent he fled the country last week just before the coup. the x. vice president is reported to be back in zimbabwe it's still uncertain if you'll take power mugabe isn't gone yet even with thousands crying for his resignation. now to some of the other stories making news around the world the argentinean military believes the crew of a missing submarine may have attempted to transmit a distress call it detected several failed transmissions it believes may have come
from the basle and international search operation has been unable to locate the sub it went missing three days ago with forty four people on board. in the united states some eight hundred thousand liters of crude oil have leaked from the keystone pipeline in the state of south dakota officials are investigating the cause of the leak a pipeline carries oil from canada to the gulf of mexico. lebanese prime minister saad hariri says he will return to his country in the coming days after abruptly announcing his resignation in saudi arabia two weeks ago aree has been in paris meeting with french president emmanuel mccall hariri spelljammer to return to lebanon rumors that he was being held in saudi arabia against his will both he and riyadh have denied this but his sudden resignation has triggered a political crisis in lebanon on french security forces on high alert for an important guest outgoing lebanese prime minister saad hariri he denies he's in
exile rather he's visiting friends in paris french president emanuel welcome to the alleys a palace offering support and difficult times hariri has remained abroad since his shock resignation announcement two weeks ago in saudi arabia but following the talks he had good news for his support of. course i will return to beirut in the coming days i will participate in the celebration of our independence and i will make known my position on these subjects after meeting with president. lebanon's president refused to accept to release resignation he's accused saudi arabia of holding harry reid against his will and forcing him to step down following harry reid's closer ties with the program raney and hezbollah militia which the saudis distrust showing he's free to move hariri
came to paris with his family france once lebanon's colonial ruler is now a mediator. president michel has proven himself to be a loyal friend and this i'll never forget. france has again demonstrated its important role in the world and the region and its commitment to lebanon and its stability. this stability will be put to the test and the coming days if every we keep his word could be back in beirut in time for independence day celebrations on wednesday to sports now where saturday's bundesliga action saw byron munich battling their fellow bavarians out spurred after a shaky start to the season biron have looked unstoppable since you took over as coach opponents have had a solid campaign but the last time they faced biron they were slaughtered six nil.
robert levin dusky was sporting a fresh new haircut his boy and welcomed out spoke to munich and the starstruck who was involved as the host took the laid heading down from a set pace a scrap in the box ending with a tour of the down firing home of. the chilean second gold they say isn't out book struggle to threaten boy and skull their best chance is coming from set pieces spend equal to this effort from a hero gregorovitch. by and soon doubled their advantage that men live in dusty celebrating his new book with an oscar finish. by pressing for sky u.v. to spill the ball the counterattack executed to perfection. by headed into the break to no love. and the game was over as
a contest early in the second half levin dusty grabbing his bryce and his thirteenth goal in just twelve when to slay the gangs out extensive defense giving the marksman free rein in the box. the most doubled his tally with this set up. but the game finished three nil by him now six points clear at the top of the table picas celebrating his life consecutive victory in all competitions. also on saturday laver cruisin locked horns with rb leipzig they were cruisin haven't lost in six outings and remain unbeaten at home the season meanwhile wipes they are very much focused on lifting bundy's they get silverware for the first time in the club's history. after the last international break. could they do it again. in the twelfth minute. in the box but at the wrong
end. and maybe brought down the austrian banner and then making it one with his only shot on target in the match. and then won the possession battle and it paid off shortly before the break dominic nicely setting up bailey. with no chance hear one all. after the. seven minutes later his side came under pressure and. with his hand. he was off to an early. stepped up and made it to one band getting a piece of this one it's the swedes first goal of the season but didn't give up captain bendish shot deflected to kevin fall and who finished the job with
a sideways scissors kick his seventh goal of the season a real beauty. of the final score. that really shouldn't happen at. one point for each side in this entertaining clash . you're watching t w news live from berlin i'm abbie clawson will have more coming up for you at the top of the hour join us if you can.