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this is deja news live from bird legend taking stock in ukraine nearly five years after the my dog revolution has the country realized to be aspirations of its people to move closer to europe we look back at the folk word as german chancellor angela merkel holds talks with political leaders in kiev. also coming up diverse in indonesia finding one of the black boxes of the plane that crashed shortly after taking off from jakarta on monday they hope it will offer clues about the cause of the tragedy that claims the lives of nearly two hundred people plus democratic
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victory in november would be a bright flash to get invitation to every trafford girl smuggler drug dealer and illegal and live on the planet come on in. the mid-term elections approach president trump is escalating his rhetoric but kind words lead to acts of violence . i'm sorry kelly welcome to the program german chancellor angela merkel is in kiev today for talks with her ukrainian counterpart petro poroshenko her visit comes as the country prepares to mark the fifth anniversary of the my don revolution which began with a demand for closer ties with the e.u. five years on has ukraine moved any closer to europe because nick connelly takes a look. this is how it all started with
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a handful of people taking to my don square protesting against president a coach's decision to abandon a long awaited dissociation deal much to fear of angering moscow within weeks the protests a growing to tens of thousands of people europe wasn't the only issue but the european flags were hard to miss. the protesters had no shortage of prominent guess from brussels showing their support among them the chief diplomat at the time catherine ashton. was it three months later and present in a coach was gone fleeing to exile in russia. just a matter of weeks later and ukraine finally signed the association agreement that over two thousand pages long it covers everything from animal welfare to judicial reform but ask most ukrainians what the association deal means to them and they'll most likely answer two things travel and trade. no more
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queuing up for visas no more hefty visa fees for many ukrainians visa free access to the area has been the most tangible change leap no surprise then the present pershing come up the end of these are the ones with a lavish ceremony on the country's border with you. under the terms of the deal ukraine also gained preferential access to european markets the e.u. has long been ukraine's biggest single trading partner since o.c.a. sion came into effect trade between ukraine and the block has been growing by over twenty percent a year but what the association agreement these people protesting for didn't include was a firm promise of future membership instead it merely acknowledged ukraine's quote european aspirations decision makers in kiev hope that in time brussels would offer a road map to membership ideas. and there still waiting the answer seems to be
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a polite but very definite no no. and from kiev we are joined now by has she been the european partner that the ukrainians wanted and hoped for. she's the leader hopeful but she's definitely. the best. getting crucial point of view in ensuring. russia's involvement in eastern ukraine the sanctions against quite considerable opposition lots of european countries fearful of losing trade with russia but has been. keeping. from being with. disappointment she didn't veto. that will that will link germany to russia and will basically. irrelevant to the transit. makes
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ukraine to russian. europeans interests in ukraine security will be reduced she hasn't. ruled she has been a key in keeping ukraine. how about when it comes. because we know that one of the main hopes of the protesters. stamp out corruption within the country where does that stand. where you. have. prosecutors corruption investigators corruption court but we're still waiting for a big high profile conviction. against . them.
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a topic that you mention in your piece the road map to e.u. membership for ukraine why isn't. offering the country that. i think. seeing accession fatigue the feeling. but with all the new members the scene of the last decade it's just become too unwieldy and even its new members actually genuinely signed up to all the values and all the laws that come with the e.u. membership there's also the fact that even if ukraine which we offered some kind of membership there are lots of other countries in the queue as it were before ukraine there's turkey with its pop large population that has kind of a status so if brussels were to make some kind of offer to ukraine they'd have to also offer something to do something which would be very unpopular in germany the problem for ukraine with not having some kind of perspective of joining the e.u. it's very difficult to try and gather the will for reform if there's no real clear
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destination for this journey at the moment lots of different reforms happening but there's no overall vision of where ukraine could be in ten twenty or thirty years nicolas connelly in kiev thank you. let's get a quick check of some other stories making news around the world a new study has revealed that the earth's oceans have absorbed sixty percent more heat than previously estimated researchers say that the findings will have a major impact on the effort to please keep global temperature under the target of two degrees celsius warmer oceans destroy vital organisms and cause extreme weather . australia has announced that it will relocate asylum seeker children sent to the pacific island by the end of the year under the country's strict policy or arrivals are sent to remote camps the decision comes after a string of reports of abuse and suicide on the island where. divers in indonesia
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say that they have achieved the one of the black boxes from a crashed lion airplanes the device was found on the floor of the java sea the development could be critical for. the brand new boeing seven thirty seven crashed just minutes have. taking off from jakarta on monday all one hundred eighty nine people on board died. and for more on this let's turn to syria gar from the indonesia service so how exactly did the divers find this black box and why did it take several days to locate it yeah it's actually good news for see that we already found one part of the black box it's x. unity found yesterday in my but because of his already darkness they start into the ocean this morning and it's actually a little bit t.v. call it first try to have like. underwater drone to find doll it where the
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location of the ping and then it's a little bit i mean it's. mostly twenty five to thirty mather's they have to go down to your and the black box actually very small and it's difficult to find because it's under months and under. from the aircraft itself and it's also difficult for diapers to find it all because after all from the air craft is so strong that they have it's a very good thing that they found it actually in after for three days i can see three days after x. accident so given the fact that they now seem to have it in their possession how much closer are we to finding out about the causes of the crash now. we couldn't meet like to morrow we will find out what the actually the reason why the accident happened because it still took several things firstly we have to know that to be found there is to kind of block. i mean and this one thing that we phone is
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just like. flight data recorder it's record everything related to the data off the engine and we can have a clue actually if there is a normally happen at that time but from the nation all transportation agency indonesia that we will make. big bucks they said that it needed at least three months to fire don that the data and then extra tree months or six months to on lies what actually happened what kind of altitude at that time and if there is normally how would it be this pete before the crests haven't so it's just one part of the data dat we can find out the reason it will be great if the next box if the phone about the voice recorder and we can now now for sure why what happened at that time sarah guard from indonesia service then to
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a caravan of immigrants from entering the country trump has been stepping up his rhetoric against foreigners ahead of the midterm elections next tuesday but can such rhetoric lead to physical violence as alexandra phenomena reports from the campaign trail. on the complaint where they gab in north carolina nevada arizona although his name is not on the bell of donald trump once the midterms to be about . the expiring supporter of by grabbing some of the most divisive issues and using them to keep his base afraid and furious the democrats are becoming angry on a hinge determined to get power by any means necessary everything we do they could destroy very quickly i jam a crack addict. you know. would be a bright flashing invitation to every traffickers buckler drug dealer and illegal alien on the planet come on and. his supporters love what they
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describe as telling it like it is. i love him i think he's chosen by god to help us hopefully he'll build a wall and do it quickly keeping his base angry with this strategy carried him to the white house in twenty sixteen trump is hoping it will work this time as well donald trump has built his political career on railing against other people telling crowds whom they should fear and hate he is president not despite his nasty rhetoric but because of it in recent weeks however the trams tone has increasingly come under scrutiny after an outspoken trump supporter was charged in connection with an attempted bombing spree that targeted higher profile critics of the president and c.n.n. and after an anti-semitic mass shooting at a synagogue in pittsburgh. the suspect had threatened to online against jews and migrants words do matter says to ron as exum director of the
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anti-defamation league in washington an organization fighting anti-semitism and he believes that public figures like the president should be aware of that fact it's very difficult to divorce some of the philosophy in the espousals of people as being enemies or people as being threats to the actual actions that have taken place it is words have implications and they unfortunately sometimes lead to violent action mike immediately after the latest attacks the president did make a point of decrying political violence calling for national unity and more civility in public life and his press secretary fiercely defends him very much as a temporary first thing that the president did was condemn the attacks both in pittsburgh and in the pipe bombs the very first thing the media did was blame the
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president and make him responsible for these ridiculous acts that is outrageous fact nevertheless trump refuses to tone down his rhetoric blaming the media for what is going on in the country and continuing his campaign fear mongering about issues such as and he gratian and race he hopes that will pay off on election day. a quick reminder of the top story that we're following for you here on new divers in indonesia have found the flight data recorder from the lion airplane that crashed on monday killing one hundred eighty nine people they hope the device will shed light on the cause of the tragedy. you're up to date on d.w. news i'm sarah kelly in berlin thank you so much for watching. have a great to. let
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