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this is d.w. he's live from berlin thousands of protesters march again through can next backing two opposing visions of the science the right wing groups gather in the east in a german city to challenge the country's migration policies while counter-demonstrators hold a rival rally protests began a week ago off a fatal stabbing allegedly by two migrant suspects we'll have the latest from a chemist also coming up the. word our. home washington says farewell to senator john mccain
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a week off to his day former presidents for a car bomber and george w. bush off a tribute at a memorial service saying mccain embodies american ideals. leak plus the latest romney burned his ego by meaning travel to stuttgart to face a side hungry for their first win of the season will see if the host took a bite out of the champions brimming called couldn't. find a home free thanks for joining me thousands of hit the streets again in the eastern german city of kenneth's the protests and counter protest sparked by the killing of a german resident last week to a sonam seekers are in custody over the killing news that one of them could have been deported two years ago a few saturdays demonstration. against germany's migration policies but
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counter-demonstrators also took part in a rally against far right violence and racism. far right groups including germany's largest opposition party the anti immigration a.f.d.c. paraded through came nits in what they called a silent mourning march for a german man who was stabbed to death in the eastern german city last sunday by the fellow. of war i'm here because we are no longer prepared to accept incidents like these in germany where murders are committed by people who should already have been deported earlier he named. thousands of counter-demonstrators also converged on the city bus locals and from further afield they wanted to send a message that the right did not represent everyone in kemet. just understand it's really important to make a stand against the right wing and for a tolerant diverse germany to send a message to foreign people here to say we support you we are
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a diverse and peaceful country and you're welcome here just as. i think the time is past here in germany when people could be chased through the streets without anybody speaking up against it this is really a time when people can't just sit to town and do nothing or we have to stand up and take to the streets for democracy. the stabbing of the german man sparked anti immigration demonstrations and violence and images went around the world for some a reminder of anti foreign incidents soon after german reunification. i mean if i after i've seen the pictures and i remember what happened in the beginning of the ninety's where we had to write when the prices in some places like mark dubourg like course but rostock that's why it's important to see it send a clear stop signal right from the beginning but fortunately that did not take place and now it's high time to call to the wards to government of the state of sex in. to simply do their job tensions were high after the violence of recent days but
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despite a few minor scuffles the demonstration i'm counter-demonstration both went off peacefully. and our correspondent shot at chelsea following the story for us there charlotte's ten say yes today tell us what you saw what people were telling me. yes the threat of violence was hanging in the throughout the day yesterday there was a fear that it would descend into the some of the clashes that we saw over the weekend and on monday the protests on both sides did last the remain peaceful reports from police said that there was some stuff fulls and some people were injured in the number of people were detained launched the police were able to keep the rival process a pause does not say that there was a lot of anger back here on the streets of candidates yesterday on the side of the
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far right protesters they told me that they were year iest the german chancellor the government's immigration policies there were a lot of chance of medical outs there was a lot of anger as well directed at the press a lot of skepticism when we tried to approach them they say that they're legitimate concerns of being misrepresented now on the side of the rival protesters the counter protest they were also extremely angry they said that so they told me that they were a pool that a number of the images that have been brokaw's around the world from over the weekend from monday evening they pointed out in particular images of a number of far right protesters performing the nazi salutes they said things like that cannot happen in modern day germany they said that they were on the streets to make clear that this is a place where migrants where refugees are still welcome to charlotte and as you put it the threat of violence hanging in the air we know that the police in saxony drafted in reinforcement from all the german federal states off the criticism.
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about police being insufficient last week at work. yeah there were hundreds of police on the streets yesterday in riot gear on horseback there were water cannons going through the city trying to keep the peace they want use that was more of a terror but there really was a very noticeable difference between the number of police on the streets yesterday and the number of police on the streets earlier in the week police of course admitted that they were taken by surprise by the thousands of people who were taking to the streets also yesterday they were fully prepared they did largely manage to keep the two sides a pause but it must be pointed out that there were also a number of reasons that the protests passed peacefully yesterday has to be said that the protest organized by the far right by the. party and the anti is lumpy to movement they both make clear that they wanted it the protests to remain peaceful they didn't want to see repeated a lot of the violence they told me they said that it was
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a peaceful sign and march in memory of the man who lost his life a week ago today in fact we witnessed one incident a number of far right processes intervening when things did start to get tense when there west scuffles when a cameraman in fact almost had his camera taken away from him they said no violence no violence trying to keep it calm so the day did pass relatively peacefully nevertheless clearly there are many different views here in germany about migration policy many people are concerned about growing far right sentiment let's take a listen to what germany's foreign minister had to say and then i will come back to you. but in kenneth's is more than worrying a man was brutally killed on a public street followed by mobs chasing people through the city. people giving the nazi salute and not just isolated individuals. my colleagues abroad have been
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asking me what's going on in germany that's why i'm glad to see that so many democrats are taking a stand in canada making clear that a large majority of germans want to live in an open and tolerant country and. the german foreign minister shot at just how deep all the divisions in german society over this issue. has you point out how these things are playing out throughout germany saxony work habits is located has a history of concern about immigration we saw that in the national election last year when the f.t. party came out is the strongest party in the state of saxony poll suggests that could be repeated in state elections next year when the f.t. suggested it could do quite well there is a concern here this is a divided state about the future germany the future of the immigration policy but this isn't happening to me there are still those who insist migrants refugees are also welcome our correspondent sean at chelles impale reporting from camus thanks
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a lot. former u.s. presidents barack obama and george w. bush have led tributes to john mccain at a memorial service in washington and they sent us a died last week of brain cancer bamma bush praised him as a consummate statesman who embodied to the country politicians from across the spectrum attended at the service with one notable exception president donald trump who had engaged in a bitter feud with mckay was not invited. john mccain long serving senator an american war hero lies in state. becoming the great and the good from across the political divide paying their respects. by his own account john was a rebellious young man in his case that's understandable what faster way to distinguish yourself when you're the son and grandson of admirals went to munich.
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eventually though he concluded that the only way to really make. his mark on the world is to commit to something bigger than yourself and for john that man answering. the highest of calls. serving his country. in a time of war mccain's family emotional and his daughter meghan unafraid of politics the america john mccain is generous and welcoming and bold she is resourceful and confident the secure. she meets her responsibilities she speaks quietly because she is strong america does not boast because she has no need to. the america john mccain has no need to be made great again because america was always great. a swipe at president donald trump's divisiveness. many feel that the death of john mccain comes at a time when american politics really needs more few would like him politicians who
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can reach across the widening political divide. irish rock band u t was forced to stop a concert here in berlin last night when singer bono lost his voice off to singing just a few songs he apologized to the thousands of fans gathered in the city's missy's benz arena. a few moments after this the singer said he was leaving the stage for ten minutes but then didn't come back early he said he saw smoke machines in the stadium may have been affecting his voice the band apologized on their website and said ticket holders would be given another chance see degree. in the bundesliga by munich eased a three nail a victory at stuttgart to maintain their perfect start to the season the founding champions dominated the match which was watched by the germany coach hear him live
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. six germany players run show for national team coach you can learn of him by ns game which took guts including midfielder les on gorecki hand in his first league start through his new club a great atmosphere awaited the players while a very defensive minded stock gods awaited by a man. titan cork side kick the champions at bay for thirty seven minutes but that was all they could manage. the risk of found a gap in the stock up defense while mills a buy on. the free transfer signing from shout finished off the first big chance of the game. by and went in the head the break she took us had not lost at home since january but the second half panned out like the first davida oliver crushed a free kick against the post a stop darts again sat back. and finally doubled their lead just after the hour
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robert leaven dusky stall for the fourth straight game across all competitions this term. the rest of this time with the assist with the poland striker still had a lot of work to do to find the next. level does he turn provider when he set up thomas miller three nil. two league games two wins for the champions. stuttgart in contrast have no point so far as for love he seemed to be wondering why buy and german players haven't shown that form of the world cup. well like brian bull spoke recorded their second set. excessive victory of the season beating laver cruzan three one last season the wolves narrative voided relegation while later cruzan qualified for europe never couzens bailey netted the first goal of the match making it one nil after twenty
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four minutes of work managed to equalise off to rem as shan scored an own goal in the second half wolfsburg schooled two to put the match away the third from about to the host and then another stephan grabs the search on the alamo. the reigning when the in champion germany's already care about has been knocked out of the us open in the third round she was beaten in three sets by the twenty ninth seed so many kitschy bokova kava broke her opponent three times in the first ever did the same to her in the second the german star was then broken again twice in the final set that means none of this year's grand slam champions are left in the women's competition with five of the top ten seats already out. well that's the way to stay on the on how to humphrey in ballet more news coming up at the top of
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