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step down now are sort of from the second or even third row bot it is a signal that she is with in her party hemorrhaging support and so every of course every m.p. may he may he be as back bench as you like it counts because in the end one man one woman one m.p. one vote in parliament and that's sort of where her majority is going to come from and if she looks at it she sees as different eyes than you and i because she sees that her own support is sort of believing in a way and for her that is a clear signal of the danger of course. proviso in london matters in brussels for now we thank you we'll come back to you as soon as we hear from series tonight in london but for now to say thanks let's move on to the rest of the day's news into refugees in bangladesh of protest against attempts to send them back to me and all
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but many of them fearing for their safety the protest caused bangladesh your thoughts as to perspire of the launch of a report ration plan agreed with me and now but opposed by the united nations refugee agency an estimated two million range of muslims are living in huge camps around the bangladeshi city of cox's bazaar having fled violence and persecution in manama. the sheer scale of the refugee crisis in bangladesh hundreds of thousands of residents in muslims are living in squalid camps like this they fled to me and ma because if on the lead violence following a military crackdown but with agreement from me and mom today bangladesh begins the enormous task of trying to repatch reate them it's a move that's proving deeply unpopular for. the entire community leader told me that my number has been listed and i have to return to myanmar my son and daughter were killed there i cannot pray there no one talks about our rights there we were
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sent away after being labeled bengali we will not go back there i don't know this family have fled the bangladeshi can't they called their home and are in hiding so fearful are they of returning to me and mom well more likely not they have tortured us so much there are no words to explain it we went through so much pain and if we go back again to face the same why should we go it's better to die here by taking poison. there will have to stay in camps were already in camps here i feel that i will die here so don't try to sunder stair age organizations in the un refugee agency at mit there are still concerns for the safety of those who do return but never the less the what to repatch one hundred fifty row hinge or a day is under way or going to this we're still talking to the working here refugees or people on the ground or working to encourage them to go back are
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associated organizations are also working on the matter life in camps like this is far from easy but for many ranger staying here is far better than being forced to return back home. on to more of the other stories making news around the world a top saudi prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five people charged in connection with the murder of the journalist jamal khashoggi saudi arabia's public prosecutor denied that crown prince of mohamed bin selman was involved in the plot turkey has attacked the findings of the saudi investigation which he was killed last month after entering the saudi cultureless in istanbul. the death toll in california's wildfires now stands at fifty six but the thought is warning that about one hundred thirty people are still missing thousands of firefighters are still battling blazes in the north and south of california the authorities say they are slowly gaining the upper hand. africa's fastest train line has just
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opened in america by king mohammed and french president emmanuel mccrone a two hundred kilometer stretch connects the country's two main commercial hubs tangier and casablanca most are funded partly by the french government slashed journey times from five hours to just over two. lawmakers in sri lanka's parliament of exchange blows leaving one m.p. hospitalized it's the latest escalation of the political turmoil that's left the country without a prime minister or cabinet the fighting started when the prime minister claimed the speaker had no authority to remove him from office. german chancellor angela merkel is to visit the eastern german city of chemist's on friday a trip comes nearly three months after far right extremists one hundred migrants after a local man was allegedly stabbed stabbed by two men from syria and iraq many kept its residents rallied behind the extremists the situation remains difficult for foreigners the chancellor has been widely criticized for not visiting the city sued
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. it's difficult for leslie to watch these images it. was. on the twenty sixth of august a right wing mopper rampaged through the streets of candidates chanting this is our city later that evening they attacked foreign looking people and a group of center left s.p.d. politicians. stood up to them i think. i. got up but i also fast i was completely beside myself i i cried so much because it was so emotional afterwards i really had to finally. pull leslie is a social worker seventeen years ago she fled from lebanon to germany now she gives advice and support to young refugees who have just arrived in germany for many of them are racist hostilities
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a part of everyday life she's argued gave with most of them say nasty words or leave this is our country our chemists why these states will lead you to. the mood in chemists has changed on fridays many refugees and migrants living here say they're too scared to leave the house. it's on fridays that the right wing populist for candidates alliance called stay a weekly rally around a thousand people gather to spread fear and hate. ciabatta is not so i know i'm afraid that i'll be attacked or raped by some migrants if i go out on the streets alone at night. it's good to score nothing's gotten better because everything is so expensive and those dock is get the money it's unbelievable one side most of them vote for the right wing populist a.f.d. which became the second strongest force and kenneth's in the bonus talk elections like many others who leslie is worried about the social peace in the city the
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division in chemist's is growing the. i mean it's easy to add strongest seeing that some people in chemists fear migrants and some migrants fear the people of chemists there are a lot of discussions on the matter i lead some of them personally i've been speaking with muslims and townspeople i always ask what's the problem where. they're calling us in the altar. or leslie wants to encourage those who for a main silent to take action as a sign of solidarity against the right wingers. that that this is my city that i will be forced out i'll continue my fight against racism and discrimination and. all i would have like chancellor angela merkel to visit early and she says people and candace should feel that their fears are being taken seriously. european court of human rights has ruled against russia in a case brought by opposition activist alexei navalny judges in strasbourg agreed
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with mr fairlie that his various jailings by russian authorities between twenty twelve and twenty fourteen were politically motivated mr nunn valley's a fierce critic of president putin and russia accuses him of organizing illegal demonstrations while in detention. so what does this ruling mean for russia the w correspondent and we show it is in moscow. on the one hundred is a blow to russia because this ruling says that these arrests were politically motivated so essentially the ruling is questioning the existence of the rule of law in russia which is something that officials here including putin always emphasize as being very important and of course russia does care about its image on the international stage but on the other hand russia has been kind of setting the scene to question the legitimacy of any ruling that comes out of the european court for human rights for several years after the annexation of crimea in two thousand and
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fourteen russia was stripped of its voting rights in the european council which means that they also do not elect the judges in that court so they say and they have been saying now since two thousand and seventeen that this course the court is somehow biased against russia kind of setting the scene to really question any ruling that comes out of it i'm sure when moscow to south korea. over the country today has more than half a million high school students to such a crucial exam known as the soon on the test to determine its university and job prospects even a future marriage prospects but critics worry this ultra competitive test puts people at risk. don't mess up or just the crowd. after years of cramming it all comes down to today across the nation extraordinary measures to minimize stress played suspended to reduce noise motorbike rescues for
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those stuck in traffic. how do you think their lives depend on this exam so it's very important. a hug from. in tears from mom as the start time looms. to go but i have been studying so hard for a year let's go to balustrade in london where british prime minister ismail is about to make a statement is an honor and privilege it is also a heavy responsibility that is true at any time but especially when the stakes are so high and negotiating the u.k.'s withdrawal from the e.u. after forty years and building from the ground up a new and enduring relationship for the good of our children and grandchildren is a matter of the highest consequence it touches almost every area of our national
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life a whole economy and virtually every job the livelihoods of our fellow citizens our integrity as united kingdom of four nations our safety and security all of these are at stake my approach throughout has been to put the national interest first not a partisan interest and certainly not my own political interest i do not judge harshly those of my colleagues who seek to do the same but you reach a different conclusion they must do what they believe to be right just as i do i'm sorry that they've chosen to leave the government and i thank them for their service but i believe with every fiber of my being that the course i have set out is the right one for our country and all our people from the very beginning i have known what i wanted to deliver for the british people to honor their vote in the
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referendum. full control of our borders by bringing an end to the free movement of people once and for all full control of our money so we decide ourselves how to spend it on priorities like our n.h.s. for control of our laws by ending the jurisdiction of the european court of justice in the united kingdom getting us out of the common agricultural policy and common fisheries policy for good that is exactly what this agreement will deliver free movement ended vast annual payments stopped the jurisdiction of the e.c. j over out of the c a p out of the c.f.p. this is of rex it that delivers on the priorities of the british people in achieving these objectives i'm also determined to protect the things that are important to us protect the hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs that put food on the tables of working families right across the u.k.
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those jobs rely on cross border trade in goods with parts flowing easily in and out of the u.k. allowing for integrated supply chains this agreement protects that protects the close security cooperation that helps keep us safe this agreement does that protect the integrity of the united kingdom and a peaceful settlement in northern ireland by leaving the e.u. as one united kingdom and having no hard border between northern ireland and ardent this agreement does that as well yes difficult and sometimes uncomfortable decisions have had to be made i understand fully that there is some who are unhappy with those compromises but this deal delivers what people voted for and it is in the national interest and we can only secure it if we unite behind the agreement reached in cabin it yesterday. if we do not move forward without agreement nobody
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can know for sure the consequences that will follow it would be to take a path of deep and grave uncertainty when the british people just want us to get on with it they are looking to the conservative party to deliver to deliver a bricks it that works for the whole u.k. a strong economy that keeps jobs safe and wages rising and first class public services we can rely on an n.h.s. there for all of us great schools for every child and the homes that families need that is what the people we serve expect and that is what we owe it to them to deliver. goodness me you normally put your hand straight up after they hear. norah. thank you very much prime minister laura conspired b.b.c. news and it's very clear you want to stick to your plan is that the case though
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that others are seeking to take that decision out of your hands and prime minister is it not the case now that you are in office but you're not really in power. when we bring the deal back what is going to happen now is that will be negotiations particularly focusing on the future framework and filling the details of that out of an e.u. council meeting and that will then be brought back to the. house of commons and to a vote in the house of commons i'm going to do my job of getting the best deal for britain i'm going to give my job of getting a deal that is in the national interest when the vote comes before the house of commons m.p.'s will be doing their job they will need to look at that deal they will need to consider the vote of the british people to leave the european union and our duty to deliver on that vote and of course they will be held to account by their constituents for the decisions that they take tom.
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thank you promise or tom you done for the song. promised that if there was a confidence vote held annually to ship because of the posse.


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