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lucian's my name is. and i work for g.w. . this is the daily news live from berlin acquitted and found innocent of lots of me but still not free the husband of christian pakistani woman as you have bibi tells you he fears for her safety after the government strikes a deal with islamist hardliners protesting the decision to. also coming up u.s. sanctions all on their way back to iran as promised by u.s.
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president donald trump after vowing to kill the iran nuclear deal the sanctions all set to hit hard on monday targeting three major sectors of iran's economy. and it up honestly to show coming up straight off the news we'll see if legal leaders can maintain their unbeaten run when they travel to both spoke to us will have all the rest of the day is goals. i knew because mckinnon thanks so much for joining us. a christian pakistani woman whose case has made world headlines is not yet free despite a supreme court decision finding her innocent of blasphemy and lifting her death sentence husband a sikh mussy has told you in an exclusive interview that he fears for his wife and
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the rest of their family's safety it has also now emerged that lawyer has fled the country the supreme court decision to acquit a stoked days of protests by islamist hardliners the a baby was sentenced to death of blasphemy in two thousand and ten off the neighbors accused of insulting the prophet mohammed. you can find the full interview with husband on a website stay w. dot com and for more on this we're joined by shanta zia he's a human rights campaigner in pakistan who lives in toronto thanks so much for joining us now your father. your father salmond says it was a former governor of punjab province he was assassinated in twenty eleven off the he demanded a pardon fawzia bibi the supreme court has now finally ruled that she should be set free yet she remains in jail why. the religious parties and baucus on have pulled off what can only be described as
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a judicial judicial coup by breeding the country to a halt they have expected an agreement from the government of pakistan with a judicial sensually handed over to this religious mob from the courts of pakistan giving them the right to due to do or have any verdict overturned and to receive a verdict of the over all of their liking this is perhaps the most humiliating concession ever made bye bye bye bye bye a nation state in the history of democracy and can only be described as a death warrant of democracy so now basically a c. a b. b. faces a shot on trial where after having spent nine years in jail after having been found innocent by the highest court in the country she is going to be retried by by a court demanded by a religious mob essentially. essentially demanded at gunpoint but i just want to say what what is at trial over here is not
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just the fate of us here bibi what is at trial is also the fate of buckets don as a nation state to decide whether it is a function of a nation state or a theocratic moment. shunyo father was knighted because of his support of baby that kind of violence must be a huge to terror and for anyone campaigning for religious tolerance in pakistan. yes that's true there are very real dangers and. we face these dangers knowingly because we believe in a buck a song where our box nannies are equal regardless of race religion gender class at mississippi or any other. denomination that divides humanity and i believe this is the only pakistan were fighting for. what do you think needs to happen to both religious tolerance and freedom of speech to be improved in pakistan. well after four decades or very misguided domestic and geopolitical policies
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the country has had a tremendous amount of a very deep amount of radicalization another country needs to go to a systematic and will toward how do you radicalization. judicial reform such as the ruby and of the blasphemy law can really be a part of groups. that the radicalization program would also have to come where there is. creating social justice better governance creating opportunities and of course education these are the big essentially the ingredients of a of a modern nation state chant of if thanks so much for your time thank you so some of the other stories making news around the world in northwestern pakistan thousands of people have attended the funeral of an influential cleric known as the
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father of the afghan taliban from ial huck a prominent pakistani cleric was killed in a knife attack at his home on friday. in egypt thousands turned out for the burial of six members of the same christian family killed in a terror attack on friday they were returning from a baptism at a cupcake monastery in the minya province when the bus they were traveling in was ambushed by islamic militants. the regional director of the u.n. children's agency says that yemeni authorities are making it difficult to deliver a much needed humanitarian aid gets coupler a warning that impending reefed relief efforts could plunge the war torn country into famine nearly one point eight million children already suffer from malnutrition in yemen. iran's supreme leader ali hominine has slammed president donald trump after the u.s. announced it would reinstate all sanctions against iran come on i said the u.s.
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would be the ultimate lose over its decision washington's far reaching sanctions on iran's vital oil sales and banking sectors are an attempt to forcing the islamic republic into negotiations to scrap its nuclear energy and ballistic missile programs the renewed restrictions will hit next week after being lifted three years ago the iranian government remains on phased by the reimposition of sanctions on monday the headline of the conservative newspaper reads the u.s. can get lost but many iranians don't share this view. you can't just fight the entire world our own poll titian's are responsible for the current situation. in the hellish it all village the solution is a new agreement with world powers above all with the united states i hope it happens soon that is that iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei opposes a new round of negotiations during
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a speech in tehran he told students that president donald trump had disgraced the u.s. if the young people of our entire country support our efforts to be independent so may not be very religious but they oppose being dominated by foreign powers. beginning on monday at six am the trump administration will reintroduce sanctions on iran's oil sales just eight countries have received a waiver to buy iranian oil nearly all international banking transactions will also be prohibited prices in iran are on the rise and so is unemployment the currency the rio is losing value as iranian struggle to make ends meet most lack the will to fight against their own government. democrats and republicans in the united states are making their final pitches to voters ahead of tuesday's midterm elections former vice president joe biden told a crowd in ohio that the democrats choose hope over fear unity over division and
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truth over lies and that was a clear dig at donald trump during a rally in montana trump said the choice was between building progress achieved under his administration or letting the democrats take a giant wrecking goyal to the economy now with all of that rhetoric what are the issues that americans really care about a washington correspondent sent us this round up. government's been in you must. treat speed build the wall with the midterm elections approaching voters are under a barrage of political ads from both parties republicans got big. just in case i need to round up criminal illegals and take a moment then democrats then helmer i approve of town halls bad singing and this message are both trying to drill their respective messages into the political conscience of the american electorate it's getting less. grill.
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and very confusing what are actually the topics the political agenda which make voters interested and going to the polls coming november sixth according to our experts panel the political topics voters really care about in the midterms are well i think the biggest issue that's at forefront right now is health care the top issues in this election are the economy health care immigration trade and guns the economy health care trade and then local issues the economy it's booming sure peak for the republicans trying to get voters to cast the ballots for them the message don't vote democrats you lose your job and pay more taxes or as the president puts it democrats produce republicans produce jobs however republicans have just now started something like an economy perhaps a template in the campaign the economy and health care always issues that are
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elections health care that's a bread and butter issue for the democrats the republican failed to replace the affordable care act better known as obamacare health care a winner for democrats so what happened to immigration and gun truck this clue trying to nationalize the immigration debate nationalize the gun debate. immigration a biggie for the president. racism the least racist person but the latest campaign ad posted on president trump's twitter account has sparked accusations of being blatantly racist politics anybody else for that conduct be a model for democrats trump is the gift that keeps on giving not only is the liberal democratic voter base fired up about going to the polls come november sixth . it's specifically white educated suburban women who voted for trump in two thousand and sixteen who now seem to be turning to the democrats i think i share the conventional wisdom that the democrats will regain the house of representatives
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that the republicans will perhaps gain the seat or two in the senate was no matter what the outcome on november sixth will be the twenty twenty presidential campaign has already started since as they say here in washington every election is always a referendum on the sitting president. to italy now which is counting the human and material cost of devastating storms that hit the country this week the civil protection agency says seventeen weather related deaths have been reported so far the country gales have left an estimated fourteen million trees up for it is the situation in the nets a region has been described as apocalyptic. centuries old forests like this one and the veneta region destroyed within just a few days. storm stuff battered the whole of italy since last sunday but the worst hit areas are in the north many of the dead were killed by falling trees.
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in the province of blue no winds reach two hundred ninety kilometers an hour and moves off houses. sold out here and looked upward and i shouted that the roof has blown away that we were stuck five days without a phone without electricity without anything and without oh it's ok because nobody could reach n.c.o. . residents here were cut off after a landslide damaged a major mountain road. no we're worried the road might collapse. because underneath the road we saw a crowd of just going to support the last line. we pare efforts have been hampered by the heavy rains. thousands have been left without electricity but while the rain us finally stopped here weather warnings are still in place for the islands of said cicely with villages has been inundated. the storm's damage in
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italy is estimated to run into the billions some are saying it will be decades before the region's recover. sports news for you now and in tennis novak djokovic has ended roger federer's hopes of the one hundredth career title this week at the paris masters the serbian prevailed in that tight semifinal joke of it took the first set after a nail biting tie break and federal when. the match the soon level one federal hit back in the second set with some stunning shots the swiss great would be denied however djokovic winning the first set of power into sunday's final against a car and a job. in the bundesliga show is on in just a moment with published have all the highlights for you from the game so far this weekend including leaders dortmund at full support could find out if they managed
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to extend their advantage at the top of the table. you're watching news live from berlin there's more fuel at the top of the hour and don't forget you can always get the latest news on our web site that's t w all thanks so much for joining us. in the five. targets and in the end this is a me you're not allowed to stay here in the us and you. are you familiar with this . with the smugglers with lions and. what's your story.
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