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this is d. w.'s live from early breakthrough as spain strikes a deal with britain over gibraltar or british prime minister theresa may should get a good night's sleep before sunday's eat you summit but can she sell her breakfast framework to her own lawmakers. as the u.n. calls for an end to violence against women we meet one survivor of domestic abuse in turn and husband attacked her with a gun she only survived because he ran out of bullets. and ugly scenes erupt as
riot police confront fuel tax protesters in central paris thousands of join violent demonstrations against the price hikes we'll get the latest from the french capital . i'm nick spicer thanks for joining us spain has reached a deal with britain and the rest of the european union on gibraltar clearing a key obstacle to sealing an agreement on bracks it british prime minister theresa may has been in brussels for talks with the e.u. chief. ahead of sunday's summit the disputed territory of gibraltar was the last sticking point in may's push to find a compromise with europe. spain's prime minister pedro sanchez it now says he will support the deal. earlier to reset may spell out the u.k.'s position on gibraltar. the u.k.'s position on people child has not changed and will not change we have to
go see a teacher on behalf of children to be sure that they are covered by the whole ritual agreement times by the temptation period and in the future we will continue to negotiate on behalf of the whole u.k. family and that includes gibraltar on convertable which is british i would always stand following gibraltar how do you think you think from its let's bring in a d.d. abuse a barber of a zone who is in london for us barbara teresa mayes saying that the u.k. will always stand by dr brault what does that really mean what does it mean under the circumstances of breck's it of course trees of maize montrose throughout these negotiations and wrote these last months has been nothing has changed that's the expression she clings to people really not really believing her what happened is that she had to concede special rights to spain as soon as they knew the stations about the future relationship between the european union that
means also spain and britain will come to the economic. relationship will come to trade will come to borders and so on and so forth so that means she did have to give way in order to save the brakes a deal only of course she doesn't want to admit it. ok well that of course all of this is just one more step towards bracks at the big hurdle as we know is waiting back home for treason may in london when she presents the deal to her parliament. that of course is the problem she has and she will be quite happy probably and have a good night's sleep tonight in brussels because she's relatively far away from where the trouble is really brewing in belfast we have seen the party conference off the. northern irish unionist party and this is the party that really is propping up the reason mase government what's happened the leader of the
foster reconfirm that they would vote no to this breaks a deal theresa may brings home because the northern irish feel treated differently from the rest of the u.k. so she has trouble everywhere boris johnson was speaking up there and then she said in this forum is treason may present it is a titanic mistake just a couple of months ago boris johnson said we will make a titanic success. now he has really changed his tune and it's all bad for the reason may as we stand here today she does not have a majority in parliament for this deal she isn't even close to it ok thank you so much that was barbara faisal reporting for us from london the united nations is marking the international day for the elimination of violence against women on sunday several thousand women marched in rome on the eve of the occasion they were
called victims of violence demanded greater rights for women and chanted slogans against the far right party activists in turkey are also gearing up for demonstrations on sunday just last month the european council warning to do more to protect women and girls against domestic violence correspondent yulia han met with one survivor. my name is one the ash can i was born in one thousand nine hundred six in istanbul i was always very strong. races me aged sixteen or seventeen with a friend we were very happy that day. to hand and looks back at her old pictures as she likes to remember her teenage years but she has torn one person out of the voters and her husband the man who almost killed her. in our ten year relationship he slapped me he beat me he insulted me. why this happened in the bedroom as well. at some point hundred couldn't bear it any
more she wanted to leave her husband there was footage of what happened next one day he approached her with a gun and shot her. i thought this is it i'm going to die and at that moment he put the gun into my mouth and pulled the trigger but he had run out of bullets and that was my second chance thanks to god. is now paralyzed from the waist down her husband is in detention his trial has been dragging on for two years under his afraid he could walk free. there is a lack of reliable statistics on violence against women in turkey rights groups say on average one woman is killed every day when you talk to people on the streets an interesting thing happens almost every woman says violence is a familiar issue. called the unity of course it does violence against women here
and a lot of news about women being murdered we've had enough of it yet all of us have experienced abuse physical or psychological. that's why i think it's spreading it's was now that in the past and of course my neighbors beaten by her husband you know i think he does it out of jealousy. but it's a whole different story when you ask a man about violence against women. that i haven't seen it if i did or put a stop to it. in turkish kosher women are very precious to us is unacceptable to beat a woman women are everything to was. a psychologist in counsels women who have become victims of violence and she gives classes like this one where she talks about the different types of abuse there are laws on the books she says but they are not influence policy oh. there aren't enough protection measures in place perpetrators on to punish sufficiently. and the cases aren't being taken seriously
enough. pandan hopes her husband will have to stay in prison for a long time if she had to say he would never get out again. and now to some of the other stories making news around the world syrian state t.v. says at least forty one people are being treated following a suspected poison gas attack by insurgents on the government held city of aleppo doctors said most patients suffered from breathing problems and blurred vision. and at least ten people have died after a boat capsized on lake victoria near the ugandan capital kampala a police spokesman said forty people were rescued and a search for other survivors is ongoing he gave no details on the cause of the accident or how many people were on board. taiwan's ruling democratic progressive party has suffered a major defeat in local elections the island's pro independence president in when
resigned as head of the party vote was seen as a key test for a size administration which has been under attack from beijing over her refusal to agree that taiwan is part of china. clashes between police and demonstrators in paris have continued into the night earlier on saturday thousands of protesters took to the streets to voice their anger against fuel tax increases after darkness fell some protesters continued to burn barricades they had set up on the iconic shows that he's a riot police used water cannon and tear gas to disperse them dozens of people have been arrested french president a man who had met coal condemned the violence in a tweet writing shame on those who attacked police and shame on those who assaulted other citizens and journalists. the nights violence came after a day of action across the country the latest in a wave of demonstrations voicing discontent with nicole's policies. protesters and
truckers style yellow safety vests set up a barricade on the iconic songs that he say then police arrived many of the demonstrators come from outside paris it's a new tax on motor fuel meant to cut consumption and pollution in big cities them disproportionately others say they're angry about economic policies that favor business and the rich of. all the big companies should pay taxes like everybody else and also the big bosses and the rich should pay wealth taxes the government suppressed the wealth tax and now they make the ordinary people pay that's not normal. but france's interior minister brame's the all rest on the far right who being the leader of the populist anti immigrant rights on the mall. was. off to marry in the pan cooled protests to the shown sillies a thousands of people mobilized what we're seeing is the ultra right has come together to talk about some movies that don't around france demonstrators have
blocked roads and here the yellow vests took over a highway toll booth and waved motorists through. we don't. i want to bother people. when people ask who to thank we say thank president i'm on you all mccraw. we're going to send him the bill. he's got a bigger salary than i do he'll manage. back in paris the unrest continued after the sunset as one of the greatest challenges to president macro's leadership showed no sign of dying down. earlier we spoke to correspondent john laurenson who is following the events in paris we asked him about the french interior minister's claim that the far right was behind the demonstrations. minister has said that the people who went to demonstrate to show that they did so because marie le pen asked them to.
be forgetting that other political movements in france be the center right but i proudly town for example have been behind the yellow vests movement also on the far left of the four times the movement has been favorable to the p.l.o. next movement i think there is a popular revolt something very are organizing we. seem very much in the trade union organizing demonstrations you know the demonstrations in the central this is something which has been organized on on social media and no one knows is going to turn up where and when to be to these demonstrations and many of the people who are going to him straight are doing so pretty first time. formula one at the final grand free of the season lewis hamilton
a mercedes has taken pole position in abu dabi the world champion who has already wrapped up the driver's title set a track record in qualifying it is eleventh poll of the season and eighty third overall and here's how the starting grid looks for sunday's race sharing the front row is hamilton's mercedes team mate terry bought test for sebastian vettel and it kimi can take up the second row and row three cs the red bull jewel of daniel ricardo and max. south america's big soccer showpiece has been postponed until sunday evening because of fan violence the kickoff of saturday's copa libertadores final was delayed for several hours before being put back a day river plate fans attacked the team bus of rival bonus areas club boca juniors ahead of the second leg objects were thrown and reports said pepper spray was used and both of players were hurt there was also further trouble outside the stadium.
and the bundesliga show follows after the break with pavel foley elice find out if stuttering champions by or munich could get back to their winning ways we will also see if leaders boosted dortmund could extend their lead at the top all that and more coming up short. and now for some ancient art archaeologists in egypt have uncovered an ancient tombs site on the banks of the nile river located in the fabled valley of the kings the site contains the mummies of a priest and his wife officials also said there are thousands statutes in the tomb which dates from thirteen hundred b.c. . and her about her for you of the top stories we're following british prime minister theresa may has met with the head of the e.u. executive. at the run up to sunday's crucial summit leaders are expected to back a framework for the u.k. to leave the block. and that's your new join us again at the top of the hour or you
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