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paul far from the courses. used to w.'s coming to live from berlin germany spawn mr pushed out of office sigma gabi says he's leaving his post after a bitter round would sponsor leadership that means he won't be part of chancellor angela merkel's new coalition government what led to this couple of the lead into. also coming out the aid convoys blocked again as the assault intensifies on the
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simple job syrian government forces use heart of the rebel territory around four hundred thousand people remain trapped as the bombs keep fooling. us in the next half an hour it's international women's day we look at the campaign to get driven the right to vote one hundred years ago and the battery is that still hold women back. i don't welcome i'm on the thought she we begin the engineer one of the country's most popular politicians fund mr sigma gabriele has announced he will not be included in chancellor macas new coalition government galbraith posted a lengthy tweet saying he'd been informed by spotting the social democrats that he would not receive a cabinet position god believes is supposed to offer a bitter with the party leadership. let me now draw in our
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chief political editor mashallah cruz there she is at a parliamentary studios welcome what lies behind the so-called bitter rub between sigma gov bill and the s.p.d. party leadership. but we do we saw political friendship crumble there in those recent weeks which culminated in martin shultz the former head of the europe part of european parliament who then became the democrat party leader and and top cans in those past elections announced that he would intend to become foreign minister himself if there was another so-called grand coalition which will now see now upon hearing this guy with spoke of broken promises and he showed himself rather political injured and quoted his daughter saying to him dad don't be sad will spend more time together now and it's better than spending time with that man with the hair and the face now this quote was seen really as something does that disqualified him for holding any high office no matter the fact that martin source
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in the end was forced to basically withdraw his intention of becoming foreign minister himself there was although this campaign launched by the goblet in recent weeks accompli described in any other way to get back into favor with his comrades at the social democrat party but also at a speech at the new security conference that through quite a bit of attention mapping out his vision for a more united europe once again pointing out his credentials in the end it wasn't enough and his and his political career will now shrink to the size of a normal m.p. he will remain as a normal m.p. in this tug so all the uncertainty about his future now is a little bit who is not likely due to police as germany's next foreign minister but it's quite a bit of speculation going on at this very moment in time we're due to learn for sure tomorrow at a press conference cutting a body a leading figure also a british citizen actually in the social democrat party was tipped to potentially
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take the post it looks more like she will become labor minister now it was is now according to our information the leading man in that race to become to these new foreign minister he's the former head of the social democrat. parliamentary party he's from lower saxony and he's currently the deputy head of germany's parliament but will official tomorrow. now be on word more names being leaked on specially because obviously officially we present new ministers tomorrow who else could be an interesting new face in the new cabinet yes indeed in fact we might see that renewal and that representative from the east that is so missing according to many critics on a magical side of the cabinet cabinet of course with herself being the only east german that the christian democrats pointed where we could well see francisco gifty she's from east germany she's actually the mayor of noid cohen here in berlin it which is an area with a high level of migrants second third generation germans actually living here in
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berlin she is tipped to become the new family minister so that would certainly be quite an interesting appointment that we're expecting to see heikal moss' currently justice minister to remain in the cabinet for i would think most likely also as justice minister so it looks like the renew will come from the social democrat side in terms of age and also representing the east here in germany tried to look at that a parliamentary stooges thank you you're welcome. turning out a sieve in each convoy bond for the besieged opposition enclave of eastern huta has been postponed as fighting in the area intensifies syrian government forces of seize top of the territory held by the rebels in the damascus suburbs the last opposition stronghold close to the capital and on four hundred thousand people are believed to be trapped in the area the u.n. would want to abide by a cease fire in order to deliver aid and evacuate the. syrian
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journalist them he's also resident in eastern hutto by the fighting as we heard is continuing lescott of what are you going through right now right now. this guy and more than fifteen people killed just in. a few hours and then yesterday. the night as a government that that. lost their bomb and then that's forceful and you have to bit more. people. than do women and any aid reached your neighborhood. you know actually a. few days. more than if you did that because of the we're going to be
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and not enough for like five percent of the people here there are four hundred thousand people trapped in you and i mean there there did not you know for like five percent from the people here there will be blood and go good woman did not eat anything for days until now. and given this lack of food and lack of aid coming into the area and the relentless bombing which has been going on what is the moron of the people like in the area where you are. and the people here are hard to envision women and children the bannock the bear. they don't know how but if they were. all good i wouldn't know where to begin the food i mean we've got here is why it's one that because of the look of before the end of it because one because of the warming. one here are burning to death and. that. is to go ahead. and have government trying to bring to the problem many
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many prompting it can grow and the war going to not be good. at night and the morning and get it we we had been going to day i mean you have to add before that the government. so you can confirm that people i have been attacked it has been a toxic attack in the area. by chemical attack yesterday at midnight more than two hundred more than two hundred complaints and more good luck of the men and women write them in eastern kuta a journalist who is based there thank you very much for talking to you and what happened. now to some other stories making news around the british police are trying to find out who poisoned former russian spy and his daughter with a nerve agent last weekend investigators are treating the case as. lawmakers in the
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media are suggesting russia is behind the attack which moscow denies. the trial has opened in denmark of the man accused of killing swedish journalist kim whorl danish inventive peter matson has denied murdering the journalist on his homemade submarine she was on it last year intending to profile him for an article dismembered body parts were later found in copenhagen harbor. japan's chief nuclear regulator says the two thousand and eleven a fukushima disaster is not over as yet radio active ways to still being removed from the tree crippled reactors a hugely challenging task that could take decades this weekend marks the seventh anniversary of the nuclear accident caused by a massive tsunami. today on international women's day they are demonstrations across the world as women press for progress protesters in spain got in for an early start launching a twenty four hour strike women strike and they're demanding an end to unfair wages
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domestic violence and the country's prevailing macho culture similar sentiments were echoed around the globe as women gathered in solidarity with the need to movement in cities including seoul delhi and generous of them. now to mark international women's day did obvious profiling women around the world who are working to bring about change they are five women will be meeting today and as this year marks hundred years since at the forefront of the campaign in the early one nine hundred ninety s. which fought for married women to cast their ballots in local elections because up with helen to talk about the barriers still holding women back today. but i never find her. she is celebrated like a rock star helen pancoast great granddaughter of emily in pancoast one of britain's most eminent campaigners for women's rights at a women's march in london's trafalgar square yeah to be speaking here
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on the exact same platform used by my grandmother sylvia and my great grandmother emily. was. during those very very difficult suffragette campaign feels incredibly surreal. and people have always asked helen pankhurst about her name and as a consequence she could involved with feminism from a young age she now writes books and uses her famous name to raise awareness of the battles that still need to be fought as you put the sash on this that engagement with. the past. the same would still relevant today and you feel quite energized over one hundred years ago helen family sometimes used militant tactics to fight for women's right to vote they were put in prison and
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went on hunger strike. today women do have equal rights but for helen pancoast there are still many injustices in daily life the overrule miss option either overrule male entitlement at home girls putting themselves backwards to hold pink if occasion of their space just as so many ways in which we still have a major problem helen pankhurst says there is still a lot of work to do in parliament itself. that's despite a third of british m.p.'s being women and that being female prime minister theresa may she often works with female politicians. we're still in a very male dominated on the sphere and we still had i had a colleague in previous call going to twenty fifteen saying he was with the chamber from by conservative m.p. nicholas soames and that kind of behavior still goes on it's
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a very adversarial atmosphere. at events and parliament and also at the women smart she has helen pankhurst stands shoulder to shoulder with britain's politicians and they are listening to have. what we need is feminism without borders a world where the voices of the poorest women count as much as that of the richest men they're rallying call oh i'll just go there's a piece no words you know what. i am. to win the title but the u.s. came out on top the result hinged on a slice of luck in the fifty eighth minute england's many brides defective the born it hit a keeper and went into the net for an own goal and the win saw the united states took the table for a second consecutive title. if you've just joined us you're watching the news
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coming to you live from berlin here's a recap of the top stories that we're following for you children foreign minister sigma guardian has announced he will not be included in chancellor and america's new coalition government. posted a lengthy tweet saying that he had been pushed out after a bitter rout with his party leadership the social democrats. and today on international women's day the true task of round the island has been in press for progress spin got an early start with a twenty four for hours. i think against wage disparity s. and domestic find them and south koreans valid in support of the need to movement against section houseplant. we have just small on the international women's day on our website dot com that's it for me on the touchy melba do stay with us because helen humphrey standing by she has the business news coming up for you shortly.
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