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to do that the news coming to wind from berlin they still need more time make or break negotiations on forming a new coalition government here in berlin are not over yet germany's biggest parties have extended their deadline and will be returning to the negotiating table tomorrow our political correspondent will tell us about the sticking points also on the show massive crowds gather in front of parliament in athens warning the government they will not compromise on a long running dispute with neighboring macedonia and issue the name macedonia
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itself. and israel begins issuing deportation notices to thousands of african migrants the government says if they stay in they won't be permitted to work and could face prison. plus the u.s. is gearing up for the super bowl of america's biggest football prize and when patriots are clear favorites but diehard supporters the philadelphia eagles aren't giving up hope on a first ever title. i'm sara harmon it's good to have you with us germany's biggest political parties say they need more time for what they're calling a decisive round of talks over forming a new government the two sides had set a deadline for today but now they've announced the resume the negotiations on monday and agreement would move germany a step closer to
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a continuation of the grand coalition between chancellor angela merkel's conservatives and the social democrats but there is still sticking points including financial and health policy. our political correspondent kate brady is at the social democrat headquarters in berlin where the negotiations took place kate the talks are going into overtime what does that tell us. well clearly despite all of the progress that we saw last week in areas such as climate and education and also with that refugee policy there are still many obstacles to overcome here but at the same time of course it shows that none of the three parties involved in these talks are ready to give up just yet so last claim while the general secretary of the s.p.d. came out earlier and said that negotiations had ended for tonight and they'll resume tomorrow so let's take a listen to what else he had to say. it's got
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a good mind just now in top level talks we've decided that there are policy issues we still need to talk about where the parties are far apart so that we need detailed concentrated negotiations so we've jointly decided that we won't be talking to the ninety instead we're back here at ten tomorrow to concentrate solidly on continue talks and press on with our deliberations. that's done. ours they've given themselves the night off their meeting back up tomorrow what topics are still causing trouble here. was the main obstacles now live really in social policy more specifically with those limited work contracts in germany and also with health insurance reforms now the c.d.u. in the c.s.t. the two conservative parties in these talks have ruled out any sweeping changes to that health insurance system which is something that the s.p.d. are demand and so that really could be a deal breaker in these talks could be
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a deal breaker does that mean the grand coalition talks could still fall apart in a coalition would fail. without doubt even with the negotiations continue in tomorrow there's nothing to say that we'll see a grand the coalition deal on the table of course that's a scenario that chancellor angela merkel definitely doesn't want to see essentially to only be left with the choice of legion a minority government which she's ruled out on several occasions or we might even see snap elections here in germany all right a law can still happen that's political correspondent kate already thanks very much on drugs of thousands of people a protest in athens against a potential deal with neighboring macedonia over that country's official name agrees is opposed its neighbors use of the name macedonia ever since it became independent from yugoslavia in one thousand nine hundred one athens has said it suggests a territorial claim on greece's own northern province of macedonia see that there
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now the chair sides have been working to find a solution together and the greek government has signaled a willingness to compromise on the matter move so that many in greece can. thank you. they came in their hundreds of thousands from the cities from the countryside united to say that macedonia is and always will be greek that everyone hears i will support this until the end of macedonia is greek myself they've sold us out and now the people have risen up all out in the streets for this. these greeks object to the x. yugoslav republic of macedonia calling itself the same name as greece is northern macedonian region a region once home to ancient ruler alexander the great they say it implies a territorial claim the greek government has been trying to broker a compromise with the country of macedonia over the name which has brought protesters onto the streets among those addressing the crowds was the world
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renowned composer mickey's teradata kiss. very much if we must not agree with this falsifying of history. one of the greek government seeks a deal with its neighbors these protesters insist this should be no compromise. to cyprus where conservative incumbent nikos honest us realities has won the country's presidential election he was up against left wing candidate stumble smallest with all the votes counted on the sauce the obvious is the winner with fifty six percent left wing about has conceded defeat the economy and reunification talks were the main focus of the election malas blamed honest us yachties for a breakdown in last year's peace talks between the greek majority south of the island and the turkish occupied north island's been divided since the turkish invasion in one nine hundred seventy four. here's
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a look now at some other world news in brief thousands of people have protested in the northern syrian city of our for and against a turkish military offensive demonstrators called on the world powers to put an end to turkey's campaign targeting kurdish forces in northern syria launched the offensive in january against kurdish y p g fighters turkey regards them as a terrorist. close to reka is voting to elect a new president after a campaign in which same sex marriage became a key issue conservative congressman fabrizio of auto v. it's a field of thirteen candidates if no one receives forty percent of the vote in coastal rico will hold of one all for the top two candidates in april. a polish opposition group was demonstrated outside the president's residence in worse all urging harry not to sign into law a controversial cos bill bill would impose jail terms for suggesting that colin was
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complicit in nazi crimes israel the us and international organizations have strongly condemned the proposed law. israel has begun serving deportation notices to tens of thousands of people from eritrea and sudan who've been seeking asylum there hundred certain line outside the immigration authority offices seeking to renew their visas but the israeli government wants them to leave and is offering them money and plane tickets to an unnamed african destination. and if they stay they could face prison w.'s tanya kramer reports. to keep me cave lead to some country every tree or more than twelve years ago and sought asylum in israel now his future is once again uncertain because he's facing possible deputation the stores are always very sensitive especially for me personally in the for my community the people i love because. of.
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deportation and. imprisonment so very tough here at the ever train community center the new government policy is on everyone's mind their choice go to prison or take a free plane ticket a payment of almost three thousand euros and lee for the country. over the past years israel has recognized only ten people as refugees to keep never received a response to his aside and request. the communities sometimes we want to require sometimes infant sometimes cancer and everything with them most a person. really and i love my country because i've done so i know i'm a refuge that's why you came here and it's fair to ask proper picture between two thousand and six and two thousand and twelve about thirty eight thousand asylum
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seekers from every trade and sudan arrived in israel by the egyptian sinai peninsula then that was close by a border fence ever since there has been a fierce public debate in israel about the asylum seekers paid human rights activists warn their safety cannot be guaranteed if they are deported we're talking about less than forty thousand people immigrants asylum seekers in israel who seek asylum in a land of eight million people this is less than half a percent of the israeli population so our first question to the government is why can't israel absorb those people give them shelter or allow them to build their lives here this is so much less than other countries have to deal with many asylum seekers ahead here in a detention center in the desert in the south of israel. this have settled in the southern neighborhoods of tel of being a poor area of the city why some residents support the migrants many plame them for
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advise in crime and want them to leave. call these are foreigners infiltrators it is impossible to live like this all our infrastructure collapsed the sewage system education welfare everything all the budget is going to what's there if you will feel like those is very it is who want to help them write rabbis from the diplomats holocaust survivors and pilots are calling on the government to stop the deputation plans the state we are obliged to deal with refugees and with asylum seekers as we would have liked the european countries. at the time to have treated jews refugees who tried to save the to save those souls running away from persecution and from extermination. to keep his mortgage about his safety if his deported to a third country he says
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a short prayer at the door of a small chapel he wants to stay positive but given the choice ticket says he would rather go to prison than be said to know the country. of the most watched sporting event in the united states is just around the corner the super bowl this year sees five time champions the new england patriots face underdogs the philadelphia eagles who've never won a super bowl traveled to the eagles hometown to meet up with. this weekend's philadelphia is the city of underdogs that doesn't mean anyone here expects to lose the super bowl. although philadelphia's mascot is an eagle fans of adults of the underdog as a symbol of pride. right now when will somebody you. know. we buy the boots tomorrow. super bowl fifty two we played in
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far away minneapolis but tens of thousands of eagles fans are expected to descend on philadelphia on sunday evening i. with a reputation for rowdiness the fans are looking forward to a big night win or lose this city is going to burn a beautiful majestic green color for all the fans the stakes are even higher fronted but so was that the one nine hundred sixty championship game when the eagles lost took home a national title but nothing would compare to winning their first ever super bowl field if you were kind of used to losing a lot of times but everyone is sure feels like we're going to win and we're going to take at the evil empire no we're going patriots want to take them out. whether or not the eagles get to retire that dog musk next season is up to the football gods. well now skydiving out of an aircraft high in the skies sounds
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quite scary to many of us but what else skydiving indoors that seems both safer and yet more dangerous all the same time well skydiving in a wind tunnel is exactly what these hardy souls have been doing in spain. well these competitors produce some stunning moves in their bid to clean the tunnel skydiving title i don't know about you but i think i might give that. emits. and sit tight the bundesliga with pablo foley alias is coming up after the break was a round up of all the way to stop or action there were plenty of chances goals and flaring tempers hamburg took on hand over hamburg are in desperate need of points down at the bottom of the table find out in a couple minutes that and it and this is g.w. news you're up to date of course you always finally rest on our web site leaving out some wintery scenes from moscow which is digging out of some of the heaviest snow fall one records.
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it. is barely feel. the scars on salute. the pain still tangible. the suffering for god plus city edge but. they have survived but do they also have a future. i really understand people who say they don't want to stay here.


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