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we also got into this won't be a. breach to try to show them exclusive reports of stores november seventeenth on g.w. . this is d w news and live from berlin and they are being called the most important midterm elections in a generation and after a few years campaign voters begin casting their ballots we'll tell you what is that stake and why this poll matters so much also coming up the nazi concentration camp good hope was the place of shore harbor and there's the trial of one of its
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suspended guards begins in germany and camp survivor tells t w why it is so important to keep talking about the paps plus the concrete produces about secrets to its newborns on the day one of the. doctors sound the alarm about the dangerous levels of pollution in delhi with the fireworks of the wily festival about to make the situation worse we look at india struggling to clean up its act. i'm sorry kelly welcome to the program and the united states polls have opened in the most crucial midterm elections in decades president trump is calling the vote a referendum on his agenda democrats are hoping that a good result for them would force the president to rein in his policies survey
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suggests that the republicans will keep control of the senate and that democrats could take back the house of representatives but the battle promises to be close. polls have opened in the us midterm elections. and early indications suggest it will be a record year for turnout. were there and it's all because of dismay he's divisive and he's energizing for those that love him and those that don't. the election is widely being seen as a referendum on the man everyone can't look away from if he doesn't say so himself . i mean who ever even heard of mid term they don't even know what it is i've had a lot of people's i don't know what big term is but now i'm watching every single minute and i'm going out to vote but the key is you have to go out to vote because in a sense i am on the ticket you got to go out to vote. the president's republican party is touting a booming economy in the united states. and republicans are accusing democrats of
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being weak and migration. democrats are inviting caravan after caravan of illegal aliens to pour into our country overwhelming his schools yard spittles and your communities. the democrats not so secret weapon former president barack obama he's been on the campaign trail taking aim at the president's often abrasive personality. the character of this country is on the belt who we are is on the ballot. what kind of . what kind of politics we expect is on the ballot how we conduct ourselves in public life is on the ballot how we treat other people is on the belin. there are likely to be swings on
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both sides across america and deeply conservative texas a surprisingly strong showing for democrat data well roark seeking the election to the senate. doesn't matter to you just a few weeks ago democrats vote fairly sure of recapturing both the senate and the host but polls suggest the race is still wide open. and here at w. we have extensive coverage of these midterm elections throughout the day you can find it online at www dot com you can also follow us on twitter for all of those updates but in the meantime we'd like to get a check of some other stories making news around the world u.s. secretary of state my pump aoe has said that the u.s. will relentlessly pursue iran this after president trump ordered renewed sanctions on the country washington wants tehran to end its list of missile program and abandon regional conflicts iranian president hassan rouhani says that tehran will
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defy american demands. a video purportedly showing some of around eighty schoolchildren kidnapped in the city of london in western english speaking part of cameroon has emerged has blurred the faces to protect their identity the captors say that they will only release the students if they are allowed to set up their own breakaway state. around twenty palestinians have been injured by israeli forces while trying to break the decades long maritime blockade of the gaza strip israeli military fired tear gas and live ammunition at protesters really forty fishing boats were forced to return to shore. the u.s. olympic committee has moved to shut down the country's governing body for gymnastics it follows botched reform efforts after a sex abuse scandal the team dr larry master is serving life in prison for molesting more than two hundred and fifty five jim this. while the ninety four year
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old former concentration camp guard has gone on trial in germany a man is charged with the involvement in hundreds of murders at the nazi camp stood hold prosecutors say that the defendant didn't take part in a specific killing but that he knew inmates were being murdered at the camp during world war two the man was a guard at stood hold concentration camp near what was then the city of death say now get done in poland. some one hundred ten people were imprisoned in that count more than sixty five thousand were either killed or died of hunger or other diseases there one survivor dora broth has made it her mission to tell her story now living in israel she spoke with tania kramer about why it is important to keep talking about her experiences there. sometimes it is still difficult to tell her story dogwood says as a child she spent several years and the statoil of concentration camp her parents
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and her sister were killed in the holocaust born in poland dora's family fled the jewish ghetto in water to lithuania from their door of us deported to the studio of concentration camp near done thick i can only tell you what happened in the in the years things that i will never forget i will never forget that i was hungry day and night i will never forget that and my mother died from hunger because that little piece of bread that she got she gave them me it is estimated that over sixty thousand people were murdered insta tough gassed executed or killed by extreme labor conditions and frequent epidemics. remembers both the fear and the daily violence off the nazis what they did it's not he was not human you dancer or a child in their heart can of water the learned you have done
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to make a child. pick up a twenty killer cement which i had to pick up and i couldn't so i was beaten up only door and her brothers survived the holocaust in is where she got married and raised a family since then she has made it her mission to talk to children about her experience. syncs which they were germans put on our shoulders. it's incredible therefore i sing that whoever knows it and worn it or ever knows how to share it with others. i think they should. because i don't need that way we can prevent and . it is important for her she says to speak out for the many other children who
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didn't survive to keep them memory. people across india are preparing to celebrate diwali or the festival of lights but in delhi it's turned into a time of protest there's demonstrators who are worried over dangerous air quality in india's capital current pollution levels measure more than thirty five times the world health organization safe limit the approach of the walley has brought more concern traditionally people set off fireworks which could journey the air even more our correspondent reports. in most indian homes this is one of the bali to thank. but the pollution spiking and. questioning each old tradition. the last time the kentucky family from the beach or the body before wasn't that difficult now the
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festival season meet the end of outdoor activity for the con party but the aussies and i she's better off going to. bed mother pup being dropped by a carcass on the run now as a down. she thinks it's time to change this is a festival of lights it's one of those to look right goes nowhere you know over the years that you feel but i do not miss it one minute or one second because it's a matter of my own children it's a matter of my one hell of you know this is there is no compromise on that. already the goods have missed to shoot on in the sense that back to sessions and he stops the quantity the situation has become so dire that this that these doctors have declared a public health emergency. this is becoming a familiar scene and the complaints of respite trip problems shoot up every day and our doctors save the elderly and the young are the worst affected. the government
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nor the. doctor other than a long sojourn of has known campaigned for the right to people in their in the capital over thirty years he says he has seen lungs and benito interim a healthy thing to black everybody breathing in the city of delhi including you and me smoking twenty cigarettes and unfortunately that includes of a newborn's we are a country who presents a pack of cigarettes to its newborns on the day one of their light and fire crackers he says only act to the problem as opposed to the pollution coming from those sources crack good the president's a very cute and very high eat and very toxic level i call it the lowest hanging fruit as far as a direct defining a cause of pollution his concert. even in just supreme court has read in on the issue two years ago it dempo generally banned the sale of firecrackers this year it
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tightened these limitations further but not everyone is happy with the ban traders are angry deceive the destructions are hurting business and destroying the festive environment daily you mean firecracker market usually wrong with crowds that this time of the year you can really quiet the field put on your head shut down the thing they're not telling environment friendly fire back that's what shopkeepers say these do not exist. on the streets of dirty precedents have mixed feelings. if we can bust crackers in the whole world on january first and it doesn't pollute so much what harm is being done by one day of the violin and i feel it's my personal responsibility to give a green environment to my kids and the generations to come so i would like them to breed without wearing the mask all throughout and that's what constantly i've been telling my kids that you know have
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a green the valley i believe it's important because also because that brings families together on the other side it does on the environment. some are beginning to acknowledge that the valley is about more than. a deal of light a deal of celebration and a deal to get. and the more who feel this way the easy. template football returns tonight and the pace setters for a santorum and have already had a scare before their clash with athletico mentor and their plane was forced to abort landing in madrid just as it was about to touch down but the team are safe and are now going in search of early qualification for the knockout stages. it was all smiles at the airport before dortmund boarded the flight to madrid the aborted landing which followed was hardly the perfect preparation for a big game dortmunder in such good form they're on the brink of the champions league last sixteen with two games to spare
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a handsome home win over uk let it go in october underlined their speedy revival under coach lucy. but he is staying as cautious as ever. we have got to prepare really well. might have lost against us. but that game is gone now it was just one match. we know all about atlantico they have been one of the best teams in europe for seven or eight years. father is right about their collective those champions league pedigree they've reached two finals in the last five years but dortmund's red streak as the spaniards worried. they're playing very well they are producing spectacular football and it's clear that if they keep this level they have a big chance of winning the bundesliga time. on the bundesliga is not the only trophy on dortmund's minds they are well aware that this season's champions league
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final is also want to let it go stadium a repeat visit is the aim you're watching news still to come on the program as everything goes digital more and more people are moving in the opposite direction analog is actually making a comeback and companies are cashing in on the vintage revival. all that and more coming up with christoph cover he'll see you in about a minute i'm sorry. thanks for watching. scars cover and forget women in russia have to live with violence sexism and depression. but no let russia.

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