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play. this is you don't read news live from berlin a glimmer of hope for yemen the warring sides edged closer to peace talks raising hopes of an end to the devastating war that has pushed millions to the brink of starvation also coming up. shock arrests in the sun boss karl is gone is the team to in japan accused of underreporting millions of dollars of income and
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misusing company funds. also risking jail for freedom hong kong's pro-democracy leaders go on trial for their roles in the umbrella protests that defied china and brought the city to a standstill in twenty fourteen. plus forced to relieve themselves wherever they can more than half the world's population doesn't have access to a choice let's say in the nigerian make a city of lagos is become a health hazard and a business opportunity. as in football germany take on the netherlands in the nation's league so nights the germans not already been relegated but from the top division both will be looking for some measure of redemption against the resurgent dutch. on little rock thanks for your company everyone. international pressure is growing
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on the warring parties in yemen to bring their country's bitter conflict to an end the who think rebels have agreed to stop their missile attacks and signal willingness for a wider ceasefire the iranian ally group has been fighting the saudi backed government for nearly four years the united nations is looking to get all sides to the negotiating table the world body says the situation in yemen is the worst manmade humanitarian crisis in the world. for yemenis young and old a cease fire can't come soon enough as many as eighteen million people more than half the country a close to starvation four years of conflict has brought yemen to its knees. the myname our own have no shelter we have nothing we don't even have water our children are sick. doctors just can't keep up with the number of malnourished
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patients. understand that we receive twenty five malnutrition cases every single week our capacity here is very limited and marcus i have i guess the area ahead of us if they get that but on monday some hope for a visibly broken country the yemeni government said it would attend un brokered peace talks. on the other side whose the rebels said they'd stop all military operations including firing missiles on saudi arabia the yemeni government says major baca tentative steps from both sides. you know we have been standing by yemen is not an option but a duty to the to support the yemeni people in confronting the aggression of the rainy and backed militias that mean that there is support the un's office to end
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the war in yemen. in the key battleground of what data there's a respite in fighting for now but yemen needs a long term plan for peace the after the last round of talks broke down dats will be a major challenge. and saudi arabia is coming under increasing international pressure over the killing of dissident journalist jamal khashoggi germany has announced eighteen saudi citizens are to be banned from entering europe's visa free showing and travels on over their suspected involvement in the killing german foreign minister who called moscow berlin issued the ban after consultation with france and the u.k. adding there were still quote more questions than answers about the case or germany is calling for a transparent investigation into the murder of a prominent critic of saudi arabia's ruling family. alright well for more
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i'm joined now in the studio by d.w. political correspondent kate brady get good to have you here in germany has imposed this this ban that's the news of the day but it applies to the whole passport free schengen zone explain how does that work exactly so any member of any member state of the twenty six men the shang and saw and cut imposed unilaterally impose this ban on anyone that that specific country considers to be a security risk of course what really is quite unusual in this case is that germany has decided to impose a ban on so many people at one time and of course in this particularly. delicate case as well and of course we don't know if the royals are part of this list of people we'd like sadly of but in this particular case as well it would also apply to people who have a diplomatic who would usually be removed or excused from these kind of course but
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we don't know we don't know there are people in iraq that has not been disclosed at all right now the german government also made an announcement today about weapons exports to saudi arabia they had a change of heart exactly well a month ago we heard from merkel that there would be an end. to any future to any story already agreed. it wouldn't approve any new weapons exports but what we heard today is that a halt is now in place on all exist in weapons exports which of course is a huge decision for germany to take saudi arabia was germany second largest arms exports coast most of course with the travel bans in place and now the halt on exports i was this is two very significant moves made by germany today those are very very huge steps what is germany berlin trying to achieve here what's the endgame well as we heard from. it's very much the fact that germany still sees.
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already doesn't see any sufficient answers from the investigation into the death and that there are to court still more questions than answers so of course these measures being taken so far certainly might not be the end mahsud as well you know they germinate still retains the right to impose more measured so this still might yet be more measures to come depending on how the investigation goes and whether germany thinks that those suffice what's the state of the relationship between riyadh and berlin at this mall at this moment well it's been a really interesting development to watch rating it was a. early in all tim. very strange diplomatic ties between the berlin and riyadh really thought for the first time in almost a year they were there was a very tense situation between saudi arabia and germany for the best part of last
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year and that largely came off the back of some criticism made by the former foreign minister gabriela and he criticized saudi arabia's foreign policy in lebanon and that led to a very long cold period between riyadh and butlins of course these measures come at a very difficult time just as diplomatic relations were getting the go ahead again now it's you know one step forward ten steps back and that in turn shows the severity and how seriously germany is taking this case you know to people have of course want to rethink your. and i will be handing you over an hour to have your i get us because the arrest of an iconic c.e.o. has sent shock waves through the worldwide car industry have and that is because it is hitting one of the big players of the industry a big player in japan as the chairman of the alliance of nissan renault and
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mitsubishi motors carlos ghosn has been arrested on suspicion of under reporting his income and engaging in what the company called other quote significant misconduct speaking earlier this afternoon the send c.e.o. said he had called a board meeting for thursday to approve goans dismissal as chairman of the company on suspicion of understating his salary in japan by forty four million dollars over five years starting in twenty eleven before now carroll's gone was seen as a star car manager credited with leaning a dramatic turnaround at nissan over the last two decades rescuing it from near bankruptcy. carlos ghosn is regarded as one of the most dazzling managers in the automotive business after all he has the partnership of red mitsubishi and nixon and his belt. but he's been under investigation for months now. the japanese carmaker says an internal investigation shows go under reported his income for several years going is also said to have used company money privately. board of
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directors now needs to decide whether it will dismiss him as the head of the japanese carmaker according to the japanese newspaper asahi gun is cooperating with authorities and has already been questioned. go on has been caught in the cost killer since his time at the top of run and some credit him with bringing back on the road to success after years of high losses and debts. all right i'm now joined by stephen beardsley from our digital business desk to find out more about this whole issue that is going on right now stephen our viewers might not know carlos go on but we just saw that the industry certainly does who is karl's goal what can you tell us about right so carlos gone brazilian born lebanese parents sort of the world's global figure five languages fluent also speaks in japanese very much sort of
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a manager's manager someone who slash costs when they're there wants to care about the bottom line before everything and often angers unions and workers the reports today the french unions were very happy to hear this news that they'd crack down because they long been critical of his cutting costs but of course he became known as low cost cuts or because in france especially has acted with renault with cutting costs there to make them profitable and with nissan is really his big success story that a turnaround where a company that was bleeding hemorrhaging money you know margins were incredibly small and he turned it around so they were making dynamic interesting vehicles but he's really also known for being an architect this alliance between renault and nissan and bring it to a point that it could compete with big players like v.w. by pulling resources this past year they sold ten point six million vehicles second only to volkswagen and they've been ahead on things like electric vehicles for example so it is a big success story but we know that nobody's perfect and he certainly has been controversial as well what are some of the issues that the company has faced during
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his time right i think you know most recently we've seen twenty seventeen they had an issue with some inspections that forced the recall of more than a million vehicles that was a black eye earlier this year they had an emissions scandal which is unfortunately not unusual mugs car companies that was another black eye lately there have been reports that some of the rivalries between sort of the nissan side of the renault side have really been flaring up again especially as the car industry moves toward the sort of more technologically digitalize future they're having a sort of share some of these resources are having to use similar plot. forms an r. and d. costs and that can lead to a little bit of tussling and then of course the big one is compensation this is where lately or in the past few years the news you know he's really been it's been a controversial figure with how much he's being compensated and what the board wants to approve we've talked about the past and the present let's look into the future certainly investors are not happy with what's going on are there problems ahead for neeson i think most people would say sure i mean everything was really based on carlos gone i mean he is the key figure he has been called the glue that
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holds this alliance together and he even joked himself that when his time came to leave this was laid to be twenty twenty two not twenty eighteen that there are a lot of people worried about the future of the alliance that was a joke with a lot of fact in it actually because it's very difficult combining japanese side with the french side and taking all these interests you have to governments that are involved with this and of course mitsubishi a third company as well and so it makes all of these decisions very complicated and you need this individual in the middle he was that individual uncertain times ahead and he's and stephen beardsley following the story for us thank you very much. i'll be back with more business news later on till then speculate thank you have a half. kong now where the leaders of twenty four teens pro-democracy protests are facing trial if convicted he faces up to seven years in prison activists gathered outside the court to show their support many carrying the yellow in brazil is associated with the occupy central movement off four years ago you may recall tens
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of thousands took to the streets for nearly three months to protest against interference by china in hong kong's elections all the trial is expected to last for about three weeks we met one of the defendants before it began. john king mon keeps running while he still has the chance he took up the sport when it became clear that he was due to stand trial the social professor and activist faces three counts of what authorities call inciting public nuisance appeal is my priority a nod to do i mean are they at this important to tear myself. fellow support up. why i guess this is the important thing a good spirits when we are facing the trial. he expects to be sentenced to seven years in jail john is considered one of the masterminds of the umbrella protests of twenty fourteen. the umbrellas are
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a symbol for passive resistance to the hong kong police during a seventy nine day sit in demanding freer elections. however the protests failed since then the political sands have shifted in the city. the government is now taking more action against unwelcome views. human rights groups call it a campaign of intimidation by the chinese authorities. and they're sending a clear signal that the. that the space for civil society to raise sensitive questions about hong kong's future in hong kong is is shrinking the public prosecutor's office refused to speak to dr bell about chance upcoming trial. john himself is pessimistic. more protest events have been canceled and a foreign journalist has also been expelled i don't see any future lives in the
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near future that would could get democracy this is the time to be friends i'll sell to defend our existing freedom and our rights and we need to strengthen our civil society. john kinman expects to be convicted but for now he runs while he's still free. and earlier i spoke to joshua long he is an opposition politician and was also jailed for his part in the twenty fourteen umbrella revolution he told me he doesn't think beijing is allowing freedom of speech in hong kong i. try to read the owner on the one country two systems because this is a principle already erode to be one country one and a half system and when we recognize those says the whole call and of course it isn't all my home tongue is come from the lesser tricky i will pay and try to government even the show it's pretty simple but it is drawn decoration i believe
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international committee must keep bites keep their eyes in hong kong your view on what's going on in this international financial center and that was joshua long speaking to me a short while ago all right moving on now to britain where prime minister theresa may is under mounting pressure over bricks it without position from her own conservative members of parliament intensifying may is urging her critics to put their differences aside saying the future of the nation is at stake she has been making the case for briggs the deal to business leaders at the annual conference of the confederation of british industry she told them that under the deal britain would regain control over the immigration of skilled workers once we've left the e.u. we will be fully in control of who comes here it will no longer be the case that a new nationals. regardless of the skills or experience they have to offer can jump
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the queue ahead of engineers from sydney all software developers from delhi instead of a system based on where a person is from we will have one that is built around the talents and skills a person has to offer. the british prime minister speaking there and you know we use u.k. correspondents very good mass folk with c.b.i. director general caroline farah baron and asked her how desperate the british industry is to get the brics a deal through in brussels. well it is a momentous time in our country because we do now have a proposal on the table it is not perfect so for business for british business and i think the business in europe as well we would have liked more certainty we would like more of a guarantee of frictionless trade in the future but we're in a world of compromise and we welcome the progress that has been made we must pull back from the cliff edge and for no deal and this proposal would enable us to do that so we think we should back progress and move on this seems to be quite
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a disconnect between business and then m.p.'s to just up the thames a lot of m.p.'s are plotting to brings reason a down because they think it's not good enough these are very difficult times here in terms of politics in terms of the fever on nature decisions and there are some very big issues here around sovereignty around other things that people care very deeply about and we as business understand that but what we have to do is to think about jobs and prosperity across our country our manufacturing sectors of food retailing we need to talk about what matters for them and we are very clear in our conversations with m.p.'s these are the decisions that were shape you'll reach in your part of the u.k. in the future make the right decision for the future of the people who work in your local region this is progress we should take it we should build on it and we should move on and would you advocate for a second referendum since you are so pro remaining in europe. we have to
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work with the cart in front of us at this as a business we have to be pragmatic we have to be realists and we have to recognise that this is where the new go. station has brought us so far we understand the views of those who are asking for a second referendum we do now know much more we know about the hard choices involved in it but the pathway to that is very unclear it's very murky on the risk of tipping into an accidental no deal on the way is very high that makes us believe that this is the decision that we should be taking as a country now to take this progress to unlock the transition period to work towards a good future deal and to move on and how bad would it be for british business if you didn't get to deal at all we are absolutely categorical that a no deal for british business would be a very very bad outcome we have so many manufacturing businesses with supply chains
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to cross borders they work on just in time policies we have a northern ireland border which must remain frictionless that is not easy to achieve so from our point of view no deal would be a very bad outcome it would affect jobs and prosperity all across the country karen fab and thank you very much. all right as we have to speed now with some of the other stories making news around the world. at least thirteen people have been killed in south central vietnam after a tropical storm hit the resort of not trying city several houses were also destroyed after torrential rain triggered landslides authorities have mobilized soldiers to search for several missing people with. guatemala as the volcano of fire has erupted forcing thousands of people living nearby to be evacuated from the area disaster coordinators have issued a red alert in june around two hundred people were killed when it erupted and
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covered entire villages and lava and rubble. and i'm manned russian a cargo vessel has successfully docked with the international space station carrying fuel water and oxygen is the first delivery to the i s s since the aborted launch of a manned flight last month another mission carrying a crew of three is planned for early december. and ten as germany's alexander's verify has stunned world number one novak djokovic to win the season ending a.t.p. finals in london while jack of it show was the favorite now drop to seven the entire tournament before sunday's final but he was no match for his very few who became the first german to win the prestigious tournament since boris becker back in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. alexander serve was hoyland confidence and it showed in the opening stages. also of breaking novak djokovic. have sealed
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a six full victory in the all important first sets. perfect. he turned on the stall in the second set with a delightful right of shots. but saving his best for last. night of my. mum believe me have it it's obvious the biggest side of that of the one first of all i want to congratulate him a great week again not only this week but you know how you play the second of this year we maybe never seen it before i mean you barely lost a match i'm actually very thankful you lost one to me today. the death of highlights of sarah's fledgling career but one he may eclipse in twenty nineteen. now or german formula three driver has undergone
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a successful eleven hour operation on a fractured vertebra following a crash at the macau ground campaign on sunday will doctor said sofia florists had a movement in her limbs but will remain in intensive care for observation the seventeen year old lost control of her car and then plummeted into a photographer's bunker at a speed of more than two hundred seventy five kilometers an hour a japanese driver two photographers and a marshal were also taken to the hospital with various injuries. former england footballer paul gascoigne has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on board a train a spokeswoman for the british transport police at the exxon m and lott c.e.o. player was charged with quote one count of sexual assault by touching a fifty one year old who has struggled with alcoholism since you retired from top flight football was arrested in north east in england on august twentieth who is
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due to appear in court on december eleventh. germany have been relegated from the time division of the nation's league but there is still a lot at stake in tonight's match against the less the dutch can qualify for the final four with a point while germany coach cheer him live needs a strong performance from his team as he aims to show the world ever revival is on the horizon temperatures have plummeted in germany because you are can live is hoping to reignite the fire and his team after a disastrous year a convincing win over the netherlands would help germany get back on track. vonn sheer it was a difficult year there are a lot of disappointments torsional and behalf that the year got off to a poor start with defeats to brazil and then austria team management were also criticised for the way they dealt with measured controversial meeting with turkish president red chips i pad on and then came the embarrassing first round exit at the
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world cup. the germany coach also faced criticism for being too slow to implement change. it's important to learn lessons from years like this and then take action what can be done better and one of the solutions to. this is what the future could look like leroy's on a union brand. and says. players born in one thousand nine hundred five or ninety six yoshua commish is the same age and has already played for germany thirty seven times. mine and sport it's my goal to improve and take responsibility for. the coach doesn't come to me and ask for advice. he has a lot more experience than arjun lish men lived in magazine and thomas miller also has more experience he's one of only half a dozen world cup winners left in the squad he's on the verge of his hundredth
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appearance for germany well under a flight or more because. some players said they were taught and needed to breda thomas miller is always here and gives everything for the team he's almost played one hundred games in a row you. he deserves a lot of respect and if he plays against the netherlands they'll get a beer from a off to the game and sold invites appeal. but. it's not exactly champagne but nobody expects that after the year the germany you have had. all right your washing need every news we still have a lot more to tell you about including. nowhere to go to the toilet is a utility that many of us take for granted but in some countries more people have access to a mobile phone than a toilet or in the nigerian make a city of lagos. plus the ancient city of perth amman has been brought to life right here in berlin you have
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a huge meets the artist who transformed this colossal panorama picture into in a more sort of experience for museum goers. all right don't forget you can always get to go with news on the go just download our app from the global football for the apple store they'll give you access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news and of course you can also use the data we have to send us your photos and videos. we'll be back after these messages. are. children as commodities it's a business worth billions in europe miners are abused for child labor pornography and prostitution. but it's hard to bring those responsible to justice. tracking down the traffickers we talk to people who are trying to prevent this appalling
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crime with child trafficking in europe. in forty five minutes on d.w. . germany state by state. the most colorful. the liveliest. the most traditional. find you don't have any time. check in with a web special. take a tour of germany by state. t w dot com. they are due to two more years. for women for internet activists one mission. the battle for freedom and dignity. courageous and determined they campaign for women's rights and for peace.
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they mobilize against femicide. or compulsory veils. their messages are spreading like wildfire. social media is quite critical to everything though and thousands of followers are joining us on the streets and. women were changing the world to many. digital. stores november twenty fifth on do you still. get to see you again you're watching you don't use on mylar rock'n'roll and his army have linus our. international pressure is growing on the warring parties in yemen to end the conflict the rebels have agreed to stop their missile attacks on saudi arabia has signaled a willingness for a wider ceasefire the war has driven millions to the brink of starvation the united
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nations is looking to get all sides to the negotiating table. and authorities in japan have arrested the chairman of this on a carlos gone the news comes after an internal investigation found that he had under everything. ordered his income by millions of dollars on the sun says this terminating his contract and so on is credited with having a dramatic turnaround and this one over the past two decades. now the un has been highlighting the global health costs that stem from a lack of toilets more than half the world's population do not have access to a safe toilet the situation is especially bad in nigeria and as we hear from did abuse into increase in the capital lagos some people are managing to cash in on the crisis you can see them everywhere in lagos people relieving themselves outdoors in the open one of every four nigerians has no access to
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a proper toilet it's been sued if you called for more to do if you go to the. streets ourselves. the way they relieve themselves is disturbing to those of us living here because out in the open everyone can see them the government should have some woman who inside and then poured into the river it's not good. twenty million people live in this overcrowded mega city bad hygiene and the lack of sufficient toilets and danger in people's health in the poorer districts ironically more people have access to mobile phones than toilets. these kind of warnings can be found all over lagos yet many people are ignoring it because there's no alternatives but the lack of toilets is also an opportunity for some business people. near a bus station jeremiad jerry installed some porta potties now he makes about thirty
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euros a day number one costs ten cents number two will cost you twenty five cents is it good business because. you where you came here you want to use yourself you want to do anything to receive you from. disagrees and you really need to say oh my guess is something to most of the time you receive them are sad really see ladies hear us here can let me just like to use in my safe here and they say for a magister more if you begin to feel it gradually gradually you re you can't dismiss this is where jarius toilets are produced one wreck in wireless company is the only one in nigeria that will small by the toilets it employs thirty one people and business is booming with a population of almost two hundred million nigeria provides a huge market for his product still again while it is troubled by the current situation and says the government alone is not to blame we need to begin to change
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the orientation of the mentality of people because if you see just what a dozen people know that if you even told them. they were to tell you would you prefer to go into the bush that if they do love it as the bridge would be blowing this doesn't mean it's just no good for us so our cities don't just absolutely just need to put on disk. strict measures to stop all this open dedication and sanitation the governments did scrape an emergency plan up until now almost nothing has changed the toilet crisis in lagos obviously remains a problem that needs an audience solution. the death toll from the wildfire near the devastated town of paradise in california has now risen to seventy seven fire crews continue to battle the blaze the deadliest in the state's history and president visited the area over the weekend there and while
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touring the devastation he offered some fire prevention tips he said he had learned from finland. the president of the should we have a much different we're a farce they should be called it a farce. it is but a lot of reiki and cleaning and doing things that they don't have any problem with what it is it's a very small problem. but the finnish president says he can't recall any raking comments and many fans have been taken by surprise and you don't use social media editor column as when it is in the studio to tell a smore and lightness about this whole waking issue so what are the finns saying about their alleged forest making their alleged forest breaking look finland it does have a lot of forest about seventy percent of the country is forest relatively few fires as well so the part is correct but the countries like the fires really has more to do with a strong early warning system than it does with with breaking so we're seeing a lot of things with some rather amusing responses on social media to trump's break
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comment we can show you a few of them here and apparently this is a finnish firefighter posing with their secret weapon holding up that it would be the very others calling this break news not fake news you see one toting firefighter here for claiming not on my watch. and you know why stop and rakes when you can bring in the big weapons how about a vacuum cleaner for the finish fire prevention there are many americans not holding back either this is the coverage yesterday the new york daily news calling for trying to make america great again you know we're able to joke about this one comment from but of course these fires not laughing matter the deadliest in the state's history dozens of people have died so far as you mentioned earlier this is a bad scene there of course but when it comes to these kind of comments hard not to laugh it's hard not to laugh sadly but what do fire and force experts have to say on this issue i mean wildfires in california very complicated there's
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a lot of factors at play here one of them is of the state is so dry it was going through the worst. out in the state's history probably exacerbated by climate change so many californians they are fed up with these sorts of misleading statements from the president is not the first one when it comes to him essentially trying to blame these wildfires on poor forest management on the part of california and now we're even seeing from supporters themselves essential calling him out and this is a journalist here with a quote from one man whose children lost their homes in the fires he says my kids lost everything i voted for him and now he can kiss my red bus and what he said was ridiculous and hurts my heart a lot of us voted for him and now he's talking down to us paradise it's in an area of california where there are a lot of trump supporters actually a little bit of a rural area there of course but you know these fires they didn't happen in forested areas despite what trump keeps repeating. even if they did more than half of california's forests are actually under federal protection so in that case the
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president's not california would be in charge of breaking the forests but either way a definite a tragic scene there in california of definitely yes congressman thank you so much as always. and we're going to stay in north america because hundreds of residents from the mexican border city of tijuana have staged a loud protests at the arrival of a migrant caravan looking to reach the united states but migrants are part of a large group of central americans who have been making their way through mexico while they want to claim asylum in the u.s. some three thousand migrants have reached to wanna in recent days but as their numbers swell frustration is growing at what some residents perceive to be illegal immigration. detention on the mexican border with the u.s. is building. thousands of honduran migrants who arrived into who are now on their way to the u.s.
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but people here don't want them. yes the protesters into juana see the migrants as a costly burden on the danger their rhetoric echoing the words of u.s. president trump who's frequently called the migrant caravan an invasion. because the embassy building a sex soko has always been a nation that opens its doors to anyone who needs help but there are correct ways in which i can enter your home asking for it this was not the correct way. not by attacking the authorities representing this nation not by knocking down barricades the mexican state has set up this shouldn't be allowed. mexican government estimates say as many as ten thousand migrants could soon be in the border city waiting to file asylum claims. and to does seem ill equipped to deal with such a huge influx of people the city sports stadium has been turned into
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a temporary shelter but it's a stark contrast to the warm welcome they got as they traveled through southern mexico now the hiya under curfew as thora has tried to reduce tensions between the local population and the new arrivals but i've got to imagine we're feeling from the violence in our country how could we come here to cause violence there isn't it someone you know they have the right to protest because they don't like it that we're here but in spite of everything the mexicans are good people they are the same as us but we're only passing through we won't stay. the question now is just how long that stay will end up being. and staying on the theme of my visit to brussels on monday where he met with belgian prime minister sharon michelle the document called the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration is due to be signed next month and morocco however several countries
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including austria poland and hungary have already dropped out of the accord. and our chief political editor mikaela kushner met with manifest vapor chairman of the conservative group in the european parliament who is vying for a top job in the upcoming european elections and she asked him how he would bring europeans together on the migration issue. well on the united nations level we have the principles that nation states decides the european union as a bloc is not their present but it would be a good good symbol a good signal for the future if we could have proper on so as europeans together united and that's by is not a good development boards but we saw in the last weeks and months on this migration back to the european level. i think it's better to compromise it's better to seek not to the outside world especially to our fricken friends that we are ready for compromise then to be
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a stick or speaking there to my colleague mckayla governor is back with more business and south africa struggle to reform is to reform its agricultural sector that's right its plans that are very controversial and we're not the only ones focusing on south africa today german president and by the stein maya has begun a three day state visit to south africa it certainly is the most important trading partner on the continent but the country still faces some tough economic challenges the unemployment rate to take a look at some of them in south africa remains a high of twenty seven percent that's more than six million south africans looking for a job the inflation rate there is also high at four point nine percent consumers have been hit by a sharp rise in food prices and the country's g.d.p. growth rate is just a mere zero point four percent and still south africa is the only country on the continent that belongs to the g twenty group of the world's leading industrial and emerging economies south africa struggling with land issues though many white farmers have been forced off their property as the government has vowed to
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redistribute one third of every cultural land back into africa ownership but many farms have failed under new ownership activists now demand the inclusion of experienced white farmers in the land reform process. this is cattle country in the heart of south africa. rancher nick seventeen presides over six thousand hectors and his farm produces some of the country's top quality beef he belongs to south africa's former white a leader landowners who once held ninety percent of south africa's territory but uncertainty surrounds farmers like him the government is considering new plans to explore create land without compensation but rather than putting white against black seventeen has sent an open letter to president cyril ramaphosa for a long time experience sale that image you film is going through. because mainly because of the corruption the favoritism the lack of political will and that's why they started to write that because that seventeen says any land program must
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involve experienced commercial farmers mentoring new potential farmers. we want them to then so that internet they can be able to be able to be productive sendek has already equipped seventy five emerging farmers with practical skills and theory with plans to develop more than six hundred other emerging farmers in the next three years. period. people i can use these to start my own business and. every kid couldn't. twenty four years since the end of apartheid most government land reform projects have failed and most commercial agriculture remains in white hands. this land was given to these people free of charge it's been abandoned and this is this is typically what you. talk about if you want without compensation
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this is this is land that should be taken back by government. seventeen's project on the other hand is showing signs of success in two years solomon mo so you went from gas station attendant to successful lamb and cattle farmer after entering soundex training program. the problem government gives the bloke people and we thought the support that's why. always failing that's why seventeen once the government to adopt his model. through a few years ago in this room political will from them from. the moment and commercial farmers are all on board and there's some new initiative striking wolf at the moment which is going to transform land reform into. this collaborative approach could work in a country still divided along racial lines. to france now where protests
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against high fuel prices continue supporters of the movement called yellow warning vests blocked highways and traffic junctions police counted more than one hundred protest actions throughout the country they're mainly directed against higher taxes on diesel and petrol hundreds of people were injured in similar actions over the weekend next saturday demonstrators planned to paralyze traffic in the capital paris. so for business i'm going to head back to lay low now where people in iran are suffering the consequences of the u.s. actions there are indeed sanctions target the key energy banking and shipping sectors and businesses have this is spending production of thousands of workers have been laid off the u.s. is aiming to force iran to curtail its weapons program and scale back its military influence in the region and many iranians remain hopeful in spite of the pressure president trump is not the only person they blame for their problems. this fast
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food joint in east hiran is a favorite among locals and apparently business is booming since the u.s. reinstated sanctions on iran but compare it to an american fast food chain and you risk cutting these a rainy and sense of national pride which is strong even in difficult times. the so-called modest section of the cemetery and sovan taran is the final resting place of men who fell in syria and iraq. the victims of a different kind of patchy. one that involves iran expanding its power in the region. the country's military interventions a one of the reasons the us reimpose sanctions. this student says he's ready to join the military at any time iran's deployment of militias a neighboring countries costs lives and billions of dollars. in the city
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of these young people have other things on their minds than fighting. they seem to be in high spirits as they visit the city's tourist sites. we are not happy here but. we have to. hear. leave here and let it get to their country. but in many parts of terror on the mood as. people wait in line patiently to buy imported medicines the products and not on sanctions lefts but they're increasingly difficult to get hold of the locals don't blame everything on donald trump but also on domestic mismanagement and corruption. by the way there are two groups of people in our society the rich and the poor the rich are getting wealthier while our situation is
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getting worse. the sense of national pride may be at risk as to runs residents prepare for hard times. now for the past four years tourists visiting berlin's famous pergamon museum have not had the full run of the place that's because it's partially closed for renovations and will remain so until twenty twenty four but now a multimedia exhibit brings the ancient city to life and it is larger than life as it features a huge panorama by yeager is c.c. and karen hotshot from w. culture is here to tell us about it it sounds a really really cool. time travel exactly you know it's taking us back to what paddling the city of packing one could have looked like in the year one hundred twenty nine to be exact and yet it is easy. he's an austrian
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iranian architect and artist who's based right here in berlin and he specializes in these huge three hundred sixty degree panorama pictures some incredible detail as you can see and the idea of course is to give the viewer really the impression that they are standing in this scene and becoming a part of it so before i go on let's have a look at it in a little more detail. the city of paris is faithfully recreated in fine detail. to see scenes colossal panorama made its public debut back in twenty eleven now assisi is presenting an expanded version in what he's dubbed the panda meter built for the purpose next to him on museum. in preparation for his new panorama yet to get a c.c. has made six trips to the real program on in turkey today in the town. there he
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scrutinize the area from every angle hoping to find more inspiration for his project. when you visit the actual no case. you could have very personal impression nothing can beat that the president so it's an unwritten law for me that when i'm working on a project i have to go to the actual site of employer. and it also. he took photos on like a chef in his original panorama but for this new version he staged additional scenes in berlin with some forty acton's. among the scenes are a stonemasons workshop. a slave market. and a sacrificial. he's even immortalized himself as a market vendor. in a month going back twenty years at first the scenes of people were more a secondary element i thought i'd put a few people in to put the picture in the proper scale and now the becoming the
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most important element because i can get through to the people the viewers by way of the people mention out on. a c c's panorama brings the antiquities to life offering a journey back through time to ancient pergamon nearly two thousand years ago. while carrying i mean the attention to detail is really mind boggling so this is only ancient greek city you currently in turkey what is that exactly it is in modern day turkey it's about a hundred kilometers north of the port city of izmir so that's in western turkey very close to the aegean sea the city was a major cultural center for the greek world but then it was taken over by the romans in about eighty eight b.c. and they held sway until about the third century and we're seeing it in this power rama as it would have looked under the roman emperor hadrian. in this exhibit it's
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it's interesting that he has done a very clever mixing of the virtual and the real and he's sort of trying to make this connection between the classical and the. modern visitors can see some of the key pieces from the paragon museum's collection of course of classical antiquities including the group which we can see here and the head of hercules. and other prominent works from found in the city of paragon it's interesting that this format this panorama circular format is actually of an art form that was very popular back in the late eighteenth and early one nine hundred centuries and he has really kind of revived it and he owns it because this is the only only piece that he's absolutely he's been fascinated by this idea of immersing himself in the picture really since he was a boy and particularly with how to build this three d. illusion into a two d. a two dimensional surface. since two thousand and three i think he's done fourteen
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of these giant panoramas the first one was everest that gave a view of the world's highest mountain from the base camp. and then in two thousand and twelve it was the berlin wall in the one nine hundred eighty s. a very impressive historical recreate of german division and you can still see that right next to checkpoint charlie today and in two thousand and sixteen he turned his attention to the church reformer martin luther and did a massive panorama of the town center of baghdad and typically once again using a lot of real people when photographing all of his all of his very detailed market scenes. grew up in east germany i should mention so he does have a very personal connection to places like the back and also of course to east berlin. and these rotunda are are typically about a hundred meter meters long in the round sense and then about thirty meters high he actually used uses climbers to help assemble them and the interesting thing is is
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that they really do accomplish that's a very complex contemplated activity to go inside you really can retreat into these panoramas and have a very quiet exclaiming here because i'm trying to figure it out i liked. if you say you go in you just walk within the confines of that narrow it can to what is essentially a kind of a cylindrical building a cylindrical structure and then you can you can go around and with this one per there's going to be several. there's a tower with several of servatius points where you can actually get in front of certain pictures and these three d. illusions are going to be working in different ways depending on where you're standing so definitely definitely worth going brian said and laughs i hope we thank you so much grief we appreciate it all right now before i let you go want to remind you of our main headlines that we're tracking for you this hour. international pressure is growing on the warring parties in yemen to end the conflict there who think rebels have agreed to stop their missile attacks on saudi arabia and signal
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the willingness for a wider ceasefire. all right that brings us to the end of this edition of the don't mean use of my iraq involuntary market is up next i'll see you tomorrow.
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