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and. this is due to the news coming to wind from berlin zimbabwe's opposition rejects the result of the country's presidential election despite as we have been saying this is exactly. the president go to these two hundred elite don't give a shit they got it but seriously didn't get the opposition party leader nelson chamisa says he will challenge the result but president emerson among dog one says he won a free and fair election also coming up oh shit i saw how they killed my mother. it
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was awful what's going on but none of us were they tortured us and forced us to frankly and they beat us up on it and they put a price on us him sold us the scene from one man to the next to. the so-called islamic state count charges leading women in iraq and sold them as slaves to play introduce each one women was working from home prices. and europe bracing for more scorching temperatures meteorologist warned the mercury could soar over the weekend some parts of southern europe can expect temperatures in the high forty's. i'm sorry and welcome to the show it's good to have you with us. the leader of zimbabwe's main opposition party has rejected the result of the country's
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presidential election and said he will fight it in court elson chamisa from the movement for democratic change also complained his party had been harassed since monday's election as police sought to confiscate proof of electoral fraud earlier in the day riot police tried to stop the m.d.c. when dressing the media the main opposition party leader in zimbabwe tried to hold a press conference on friday in the capital out of it but it was disrupted by riot police who then cleared the area they were then in turn confronted by journalists. that it. was. a venture lead the police did allow the pressure to take place. there nelson chamisa of the movement for democratic change party or m.d.c. claimed the election on monday was rigged his party had taken just over forty four percent of the vote but emerson min on god of the ruling zanu p.f. was declared the winner with almost fifty one percent of the vote. he had first
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taken power in november after a brief military intervention which toppled robert mugabe after thirty seven years of iron fisted rule jimmy said didn't think much has changed since. we're both out six. oh. well good at six in the sixty's. we was picked for bodies of. will this super bowl this is a ball and goes just to make sure that for the kids it was it or was it that she did it equally wind this up facing you would want a long and will no doubt see demonstrations erupted shortly after the election result was announced with the military killing six protesters the m.d.c. say they also lost because its supporters suffered harassment and violence meanwhile president men on god why held his own press conference where he called
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for an investigation into what happened and also called for unity. to be the president's over all. imprisoned or those that voted for me. and those who did more to nelson's. or want to see. who saw the road to the but was present. meanwhile opposition leader chamisa has called for a day of mourning for democracy. to happen as correspondent under increased telling us now from hari andrea let's start with anderson my god what describing these elections as a celebration of democracy tell us more about that why. well to understand the president you have to understand a little bit of his history he actually was part of the ruling elite part of the
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ruling country of the ruling party of the country for a very long time the party that ruled the country for forty years he has been holding various ministers positions under former dictator mugabe and last year when god was forced to resign by the military he finally took over as the president and he changed his image completely he suddenly portrayed himself as the reformer he opened up the country to investors and he also allowed more freedom more freedom of speech and this electoral process for him was another sign that he wanted to give to the world that he's opening up the country he's been talking a lot about the electoral process that it's been free and fair and according to him also observers said so but the reality is not really like this yes there has been tremendous amount of improvement compared to previous elections in zimbabwe which were not free at all but also a lot of people say there was intimidation here and the process was not as fair as he thinks it was yeah the leader of the opposition called the selection fraudulent and illegal what evidence is there for that well that's exactly
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the question he could not answer he called in the press today to talk about these issues but he said yes we have evidence our numbers clearly show that i am ahead that i won these elections but then he said i will not be able to publish the evidence now due to strategic reasons and this of course doesn't make him very credible right now right now he has two options basically one is to go to court to challenge with them and he indicated that this is what he's going to do and it's a second chance he has is to basically mobilizes supporters to stop was demonstrations again it did not sound as if you want to do that because this possibly also has the risk of having violence outbreaks again as we have seen on thursday heading into this election you were reporting that there was great hopes for a free and fair election the first one in the post my god there how do people feel about how it's turned out. well i talked to a lot of young people today on the street and of course everybody has their
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different political opinion and the party they voted for are different but what almost everybody said is they really want to change right now when it comes to the economical situation of the country is in bob was really in a financial crisis that it's very hard to get foreign exchange cassia ninety percent youth unemployment there's hardly any any opportunity for young people here and everybody said the only thing we want is really a positive a better future where we can earn a living here and look forward to it to a better life than that what we have seen before. reporting for us in harare i thank you. here's a look now at some of the other stories that are making news around the world and the west african nation of mali opposition leaders to my left sisi has rejected as fraudulent the results from sunday's presidential election there he called on opposition groups to unite to defeat incumbent president abraham boubacar kato in the runoff on aug twelfth. in northern pakistan villagers took to the streets to
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protest against the bombing of their school it's actually the link to the taliban and other religious militants who oppose education for girls no casualties were reported in the bombings. yemen may be on the brink of a new outbreak of cholera a warning coming from the world health organization widespread malnutrition and conflict could push up the death rate w.h.o. has called for a three day cease fire in the north of the country in order to carry out a vaccination program. well they've been subjected to immense cruelty some seven thousand new cd women and girls in northern iraq were abducted tortured and sexually abused by the so-called islamic state this after militants overran iraq's northern district just across the border from syria four years ago now i ask has been driven out but some three thousand u.c.d. women are still missing many of them have been sold into slavery. met with two
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people who are working to rescue them. it breaks my heart she says. shareen chavan is showing us her hometown since the ruined city of the yazidi east. she's just come back from syria where many young is still being held as slaves who stop at her old school. oh is that a big time to one mother my best friend and i held hands around here. i took her and made her a slave. she killed herself while she was there prisoner. and i have other friends who are still in their hands it's difficult to cope. she's only twenty two but she van has dedicated herself to finding the kidnapped
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women and children who she thinks are still in syria. it's detailed detective work . she's helped by mahmoud a friend and former smuggler. and. sometimes my contacts in syria hear about people who've been kidnapped from people who've just been freed they might send me a photo of a kidnapped boy and ask if i know him that i ask around whether anyone is missing a boy if so we go rescue him. sometimes the islamists allow their prisoners to call their families and sometimes the families are asked for help she calls the kidnappers and fishes for information trying to find out where they are. i get them to trust me then i ask them things like what's happening where they are how many airstrikes have already hit what. mahmoud and i are in touch with the iraqi security forces and forces in syria to
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tell us about is strikes. we compare information to localise the people we're looking for other jobs and. they work with smugglers in syria to bring the former prisoners across the border they say they freed more than sixty people so far. mostly only works though when the families pay a ransom to the islamists or at least to middlemen who try to use. the families have to borrow the money. if they can't get enough we help them. i have friends in europe and america and they give us the money to buy the woman free. show her own russia early was held prisoner for four years her family paid for her release. that i'm getting stuff she has got i saw her they killed my mother. it was awful. they tortured us and forced us to pray. they beat us
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and they put a price on our sense old us from one man to the next. she says she was on the brink of killing herself but then she came across a mobile phone she secretly sent her family photos and a video three months later she found and shingle found her her family paid thirteen thousand u.s. dollars to get her back. was the moment i want you to free all the prisoners from them they sell them to each other like sheep it's terrible. and they help themselves to ten year old girls get us back to the mosque . chavan also tries to help the women afterwards in the absence of psychological support she has organized a number of self-help groups today she's talking with women about suicide what are
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the signs that someone is in danger of hurting herself how can others help you have to support each other she tells them. as i don't know i know we have all faced death and that life now is hard but we've survived you know we cannot give up and let them when. the sun is setting as we leave but she wants to go to mt singe or the years edis holy mountain to honor her friends who are buried here killed while fighting i.r.s. fish event it's a place where she connects with them where she gathers strength for what lies ahead . all right we'll have more on that piece including an interview with the author coming up in the next half hour but first it's time for some business news and hell of the service that changed the way we think about accommodation love it or hate it sara a b. and b. is turning ten years old the home sharing website has disrupted the travel industry
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like know about none of us having tenants and our telly is that resistance is growing in many places including in the german city of munich which is threatening to find the company for shaking things up a step too far. munich has the highest rents in all of germany it's also a major tourist destination some residents here good returns off the air b.n. b. apartments as these officials in the local authority know only too well meaning homeowners and tenants need a permit to rent out their apartments for more than eight weeks a year. the investigators suspect a tenant here of illegally renting out properties all year around. sutton just on and on for installs if sentiment is it started in twenty seventeen with this apartment he was a kind of big player few friends had lots of flags and then something i think that will be in be. on the biggest for me that the investigators pay
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a visit to the apartment and speak to vacationers i gather revenants. their landlord will receive a hefty fine potentially up to five hundred thousand euros it was a secret. from me you can rent the place per day four hundred to two hundred fifty euros or if you do them out on the monthly rent is covered after just ten days of the finance yoke and after that you start making a profit with a talk but given. the idea behind a b. and b. is that tourists like to feel at home. since its founding the company has grown from one hundred thousand registered listings to four and a half million. more rooms in munich than the five largest hotel chains combined. you know how mergen northern germany lived in her apartment for thirty three years she raised the children there and knew all the neighbors then she got an addiction notice the none of the claims you needed the flat for his own use. that not been
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given to. someone suggested i take a look at albion b. before they suspected it was being offered on their website. for me to get this is the out on air b.n. b. part of her kitchen are still in the apartment it now costs fifty nine years polite does eight hundred a month more than four times the original rent money going to be able now is to pay much higher rent elsewhere and is suing their b. and b. for tourists a cheaper option by holidays around the world but for residents looking for rentals it's a potential nightmare. donald trump's top economic adviser says the united states and china have been holding high level trade talks that two sides appear to have found little common ground larry kudlow described china's threat to impose another sixty billion dollars worth of tariffs on the u.s. this week and said the world's second biggest economy was quote in trouble the
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trumpet administration accuses china is stealing intellectual property and not playing by trade rules china denies those allegations and says u.s. protectionism is a threat to global trace as get more on this now with our financial correspondent so fish about new york sophie clearly the latest ratcheting up of trade tensions between the u.s. and china that how's that playing out a wall street. well the investors here have tend to downplay concerns about these trade conflicts for the longest time and have been focusing on fundamentals and earnings but when we look at the charts out the dollar jones for example and other indices we can see subtle signs of declining optimism was speed lost a few points on thursday on friday it did a little bit and little better again but it has gone all over that investors don't pay attention to terror threats at all the back and forth between china and the you as has turned into
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a downward spiral with neither of the two sides giving in so wall street is asking where is this going to end will trump be able to turn all of this into a win win situation or at least into america wins a situation all with china think he's taking it too far and retaliate even harder once american companies begin to suffer from protectionism enter a totally asian wall street cannot longer ignore the possibility of trans trade policy harming the kompany they are invested in in the long term at least but then again there are a lot of distractions at the moment like earnings like the new market cap record from apple and so the s. and p. five hundred and that out gold rolls on friday so if you ask you for us in new york thanks for that safety i was in founder jeff bezos could be falling behind in the private sector space race there are signs that his firm's heavy rocket set for liftoff in twenty twenty maybe forty behind schedule now his company
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blue origin faces stiff competition from none other than edo musk's space x. . just a month ago amazon founder jeff bezos is rocket company successfully pulled off its most important test to date. but reports are now saying the twenty twenty liftoff date may be moved back engineers are still finalizing details on the heavy launch rocket basis has frequently stressed that the timing depends on perfecting the vehicle safety. and such down this vehicle is going to carry humans we're going to make it is save his we can make it we're going to test it we're not going to take any short cuts so we'll put humans on this vehicle when we're ready and not a second sooner the reusable launch vehicle will be used to transport satellites it will also take tourists into space and bring them back to earth again.
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you know imagine how alan shepard must have felt. all those years ago most of them pretty cool space travel has come a long way since astronaut alan shepard historic journey in one thousand nine hundred sixty one now bases wants to expand the company by doubling its workforce over the next two or three years to around three thousand employees yours and others and to sarah now in the red hot summer well it just goes on there are no no end in sight helen of those of us in europe know it's been hot in europe is bracing for another weekend of scorching temperatures heat wave just rolls on in southern europe this time where the mercury looks set to spike the highest meteorologist there warning new records could be set around the mediterranean. this is heat you just can't beat but that doesn't stop people from trying.
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it's relentless. in portugal the mercury was well north of forty degrees across the country and it's set to get worse on saturday the country's c. and atmosphere institute has warned that red alert temperatures are not going to and anytime soon i mean we see this man it was probably the red alerts will be extended until next week in some inland regions but gradually the red alerts will end but. sweltering temperatures in neighboring spain as well at the height of the tourist season visitors to the royal palace in madrid didn't have fountains to cool themselves often so they made do with what they had. with you is that when it's very hot i've been in valencia in barcelona and although it was hot there i think madrid is the hottest from four in the afternoon on wood so you need to be in the shade because it's impossible to handle the sun and you have to drink lots of
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water it's on much of what. some people can't get out of the sun and actually have to work in this heat. while the lucky ones have flocked to the coast where temperatures are lower and the ocean provides much needed relief. well german soccer fans will soon get a chance to forget their country's dreadful world cup campaign the bonus the usa isn't is just around the corner and munich once again favorites for the title with an ageing squad and little transfer activity this summer there are question marks over their ability to win a seventh straight title but their new coach believes the varians have just what it takes. things have turned out well on by and pre-season to lead by coach nico the team has been enjoying his preparations for the new campaign. the atmosphere could hardly have been better on the tour of the us. and now they're back in
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germany is turning his attention towards getting even better this season. we want to make each play it better i expect passion ambition and progress. things that defined himself as a player he spent two seasons of bahrain as a battling midfielder and as a coach he proved his worth through his new employers by beating them in the german cup final in my. having the coach communication is key. because. i think he still thinks like a player he's meticulous and he talks to us a lot. his main task will be to oversee a generational change in robin from korea barrier in their mid thirty's but remain key players a few new players have arrived so schnabel he has returned from a loan spell at hoffenheim gorecki has signed on
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a free transfer from shelf does things you know so you know if i've noticed that our training sessions have been longer than perhaps some of the players are used to . for the season and clear it's the same every year here. that doesn't just mean a seventh bundesliga title in a rugby coach wants by and to be just as dominant in the german cup and the champions league. germany's voc in heavy metal festival has kicked off its music fans from around the world descending on the village near park topping the bill this year british rock legend judas priest and with the sun shining the music screeching and the beer flowing freely visitors seem to be having a great weekend here's a look. you know how to foster vulcan lives up to its most. seventy five thousand hard rock and metal fans from around the world have to send
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it on the small north german village. when i see it here because i love metal and this is the mecca of metal it's my third year here. and. i like every festival worth its salt camping out on a huge field this part of the vatican experience. i love it it's like coming home it's a feels like home every time i come it's nothing and i'll come back a million times. i love where from mexico. is their promise land. they keep the sure and it is nothing better than coming to vulcan once a year to let it all hang out with all to give yours a good blast and to enjoy life to give me some. of these days two hundred bands of performing on stage is.
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headlined by british metal legends judas priest. despite all the posturing fuckin actually has a reputation for being a very friendly festival there's hardly ever any trouble. that's because everyone here gets there at gresham out in the mosh pit. there's your minder of our top stories this hour on dave w in zimbabwe the opposition group. went for democratic change has rejected the results of the country's presidential election its leader nelson chamisa said his party would challenge the outcome in court president anderson my god called me while insisting he won a free and fair election. and that's already got me news more coming at the top of
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the hour in the meantime don't forget you can always find a way to stay on our web site w dot com i'm sarah harmon in berlin thanks for watching have a great weekend. like
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we were. when we were. the first americans in some point in our lives will experience hardship listening. to. beyond the mouth of an inferno monkee in greece one week on from the devastating fires tons. villages are trying to guard what's left of their homes against looters while rescue teams search for bodies and survivors. people here have been left to fend for themselves with little support materializing from the state. in sixty minutes. russian political satire meets game design supplement next with the help of a game engine and modern digital technology to create. taking.
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iran from congressman. cohen possible august attacks on g.w. . turmoil in zimbabwe the country's oil physician is refusing to accept the election's outcome they're calling and worse among dong was victory fraudulent and stolen from the people i'm sarah harman in berlin this is the day. you're. married. to the president all of the above your prisoner and it goes with the good food you.


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