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this is deja vu news live from berlin gaza braces for more protests as palestinians begin preparing their dad it comes after israeli troops killed at least sixty eight people including children and gaza yesterday israel said it was defending its border the palestinians are calling it a massacre but also coming out defending champion and gun champions announce their world cup team for two thousand and eighteen it is certain to be a mix of experience and in fact germany have too many good players so it will be on the plane to russia next month the world way i'm sure of these chances. are.
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i'm sunni so misconduct thank you for joining us people in the palestinian territories are on edge today after israeli troops killed sixty people in clashes at the border with gaza yesterday earlier israeli soldiers fired tear gas to disperse small groups of protesters in the west bank town of bethlehem there were fears of more violence today yes palestinians mark what they called nakba or catastrophe referring to the creation of the state of israel seventy years ago but one hoss official said people were today burying their dead so turnout that protests was likely to be lower. now the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting later today to address the bloodshed in gaza the violence has triggered scathing criticism across the region in istanbul turkey thousands of protesters took to the streets on monday burning
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american flags and calling for solidarity with the palestinians the turkish government and downstate was recalling its ambassadors to both israel and the united states in response to the violence in gaza. and let's go right to gaza our correspondent tonya kramer is standing by at that is not tanya kramer there she is all right tony good to see you tell us where you are and what you've been seeing. well i'm standing here right at the border near the fence a couple of hundred meters away and it's an eerie quiet yeah i have to say there are a few mainly young people down in the area of the fence we don't go that it's rather dangerous to a poet and every time we can hear a few shots also from the other side and we can see you know any army on the other side it's all pretty close yes. been hearing some shots being fired it seems that
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every times that some people approach that then shots are being fired but so far it's a very very small crowd there also a lot of journalists down here and it is an eerie quiet i would say here at the moment in the border area tell you what have people in gaza been telling you today . well as you said this is the day of the funeral since the early morning people are burying their loved ones and i talked to people here most of them say they're still in shock over what happened yesterday they say we still have to comprehend it all when so calls people went out to the different points and yet the friends and then all of a sudden you know all these news coming in more and more people. being killed by sniper fire the hospitals where overwhelmed as all the people are still trying to comprehend what will happen next actually because they're saying now how with hamas
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is controlling gaza how with their respond to that. and it's also unclear how the protests will look like might be some protests here in the off to noon so all is still pretty unclear and i think people are still trying you know to get this situation what has happened here yesterday and trying to do they have any hopes that peace negotiations for a peace process can continue. well first of all there is no peace process and i think hope you think it is really a difficult situation gaza has been closed for over twelve years now ever since hamas took control here for most people almost two million people they can't travel you need to punished and then also the border crossings with egypt mostly closed the border crossing to its israel where you would go to the west bank it's for most of the young people that we're seeing here protesting they don't even stand a chance to get a permit so nobody really talks about
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a peace process at the moment people would like to see security and quiet for them . at the moment not the issue of. tenure kramer reporting from gaza for us tonight thank you very much. was saying a people in gaza have been living under a blockade for nearly twelve years and many say it is like being in a prison our tanya met with students in the territory and she asked them about their hopes and fears for the future a nice way to training in the east of the gaza strip sport him to switch off from the bitter reality around him. a nice study english literature at university in gaza city language is his key to the world and the country he said he has yet to visit. yet it will be difficult to say what you want to look to the future finish school find a job find a place to live get married but i want there's no hope there's no hope in
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augusta because the only thing is to finish and travel is that i live a little circle thomas looks up at twenty three and news has only traveled abroad once to neighboring egypt the protests in gaza an issue at university and these things the demo porton but also too dangerous to head and will the solution is that there should be some ease from the israeli side for the gaza strip i mean in that they open the border crossings and that you know travel to provide them with employment so that they are able to work and to pay attention to something else that is still really looked after as a ten year gaza's tide borders on in this capable reality for most people here for more than twelve years israel and egypt have sealed off the hamas controlled territory. nearby at the islamic university usma and. looking for new stories about everyday life for the beauty of the huddy twins have
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made a name for themselves on social media and if isn't that then the corn field of vision is to put content on the internet that shows gaza city as a normal city and not a place of war where people are just terrorists and troublemaker and even one the gods are is not like this and we know what these architect to students have also from the demonstration taking place on gaza's borders they say they support the protests because they have put back on the agenda and raised the issue of the right of return for palestinian refugees their own grandparents fled to gaza in the one nine hundred forty eight. but it's been a mystery when it comes to the return much is from the moment they started i absolutely did not expect them to be this big i was very surprised with how people got involved in the us even people who would not be very much into such activity as . it out but. the protests along the border between gaza and
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israel have been ongoing for seven weeks. hamas is treating the demonstrations and his friends say that young people have their own reasons for protesting they feel they don't have much left to lose. most of the us would leave if the border crossings were to open there's no future here so your life is abroad if you stay here it means to you and you think spiers i was thirteen years of my life like that . look for your nomic circumstances and the crossing points these are the aspects that i need to change the most i wish i would see them change everybody wishes the same they want things to get better and to have the prospect of a normal life to elusive goes that those younger generation has dreamed about for years. now to some other stories making news around the world iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif has arrived in brussels for talks over the nuclear
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deal europe's foreign policy chief federica mcgreevey says the european union is determined to make sure the iran nuclear agreement is honored even after the u.s. withdrew last week. u.s. first lady maloney a trump has undergone surgery for what the white house describes as a benign kidney condition her spokeswoman says the surgery was successful the first lady is expected to spend the rest of the week recovering in the hospital. authorities in hawaii are warning of more lava eruptions from the killer whale kaino after two new fissures opened they say a major eruption is possible and could block roads crucial for evacuations officials are educating residents on how to protect themselves against hazardous ash fall and a few. and a painting of by dale modigliani has become the most expensive artwork ever auction at sotheby's they were climbing nude fetched one hundred fifty seven million dollars on monday in new york the piece caused a scandal when it debuted in paris in one nine hundred seventeen and it is credited
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with reinventing the nude it is the italian artist's largest painting. time for sports now we have max merril of sports with us in studio because the football a world's defending world champs of course germany have been announcing their national squad and we've been looking at this list together a gives an idea what you've seen so far yeah i mean it's only a provisional squad from now on the fourth of june you live has to lay down the hammer and. get another seven players out of the squad right now we have thirty but there are some big surprises there's no mario guts the player who won germany's world cup with his goal in extra time in twenty four we should just mention briefly that we're looking here at live pictures of the press conference that where the squad the provisional squad as you said was just announced and this is the coach of course you're yes you're looking live who also has just announced his extends his contract to two thousand and twenty two that's what we expected would happen has been confirmed now his contract was due to run till two thousand and twenty the
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european championships then now it's to the world cup in qatar and twenty twenty two that's including his backroom staff and also the team manager all of a beer hall and here's a list here of the team right the provisional squad yes. we can see some interesting things manuel neuer is there in the goalkeeping position he was injured yes yes he's carrying an injury he's some he's close to being matched it actually hasn't played in a very long time hasn't played in this off the season really for by munich he's just started training as well as only one more competitive game left in this season but no mario guts and the attacking position that's a big surprise nose on wagner who i thought would be included and instead a surprise inclusion from the eels paid to send the striker freiburg he's known to be a very. very useful striker have because he's very good at coming off the bench so maybe this is what's playing into you he lives thinking but he hasn't featured very heavily in germany squad and mario gomez and sandra wagner were really people players that we expected to see in his state and found out that yeah i'm mario
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gomez and what do you think they were left out i mean it's tricky to tell mario guts is very surprising to me because you live doesn't always look at form he looks play is that he have been loyal to him players that have achieved for him in big games and i mean money there's no bigger game in the world cup final and he delivered in that game i want is a very tricky for me and i can't really understand that decision from his point of view you can say that he doesn't have a very good season he's struggled since being diagnosed with an illness a few seasons ago wagner is a player who sometimes rubs people the wrong way he's very confident in the media likes to let his opinion be known and you are sometimes straight away from those types of players notably kevin koe ronnie who was established in the german team a few years back and you know he lived just didn't fancy him so i think that would have played into his mind with wagner and with manuel neuer i think he just sees manono as so important to germany success recently that he's willing to gamble at least until the fourth of june when he has to submit his final squad list we should
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mention the two players who did make the cut for this provisional squad as expected were ok going to want and visit and they actually got mixed up in a political controversy. head of this press conference tell us more about this yes i mean they pose for a photo with the turkish president and this is as it is still here yeah exactly and it's only five weeks until the presidential election so from his point of view as somewhat of a publicist. grindle rahman the german head of the f.a. as well as team manager of a b off both had some just say about this at the press conference grendel he simply put it's a people make mistakes we want to work with them hope was a little bit more something more interesting to say he said this is something that divides us rather than put this together so speaking about the political implications of this photo going to on did release a statement afterwards clarifying that this wasn't a political statement from him this is not how he saw it he didn't post it on his
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social media channel and not that it is also i think the players were somewhat naive to not realize that this would perhaps grains traction in the press and also politicians in germany have been quite vocal about it so it could have some impact on the team or say looking at the provisional squad do you think this team will be able to defend its world champions title i do think so yes i mean there are key players that were in the world cup squad in twenty fourteen that are no longer there notably phillip the captain. also playing as captain a lot and but if you look at the players that have replaced them there's definitely more quality i think slightly bit more quality although closer you might argue was a fantastic strike and well cup stage but players like bronze julian draxler leroy sunday and perhaps even mills pages and all that would be surprised to see him make the final cut they have brought another wave of youth into the squad loads of options for yogi live going into the tunnel and i think the defense is ever so
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slightly better all right we'll have to see how the defending world champs do if they know it's that they're provisional squad next meryl with us from sports will of course have more coverage on this throughout the day thanks max thanks for me. are you watching t w i will have had affairs with business in just a few minutes. where i come from we have to fight for a free press i was born and raised in a military dictatorship with just one today shadow and a few newspapers with official information as a journalist i have worked on the streets of many can trust and their problems are always the same fourteen the social inequality a lack of the freedom of the press and corruption who can afford to stay silent when.

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