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every call brings them closer together. but it hurts because they feel powerless to help. the ten years to haunt those who flit from syria. the war on my phone our two part documentary starts december eighth on t w. e.u. leaders meeting in brussels have cleared the way for braggs a deal a last minute disagreement over the disputed territory of gibraltar the tracking to derail the whole process but spain has now agreed to back breakfast in exchange for a say in the future of gibraltar. police in front of the game
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clashed with demonstrators protesting president emmanuel mccall and his economic policies parts of paris were brought to a standstill by protesters wearing yellow hives fasts authorities say one hundred thirty people were arrested throughout the country the un was started last week partly as a backlash against a rise in fuel taxes. syrian state media say at least fifty people are being treated after a suspected poison gas attack on the government tells city of aleppo doctors said patients suffer from breathing problems blurred vision rebel groups have denied using poison gas on the city. in football the final aside the america's top club tournament the couple of a tourist has been postponed to sunday due to fund violence several pocket juniors players were injured after their bus was attacked by fans from arch rivals river
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place. or. here is what's coming up for good this week showing much movement in the police media this week and you have plenty to talk about when you want to go to structure take a look at what all that means for the type of course. every weekend here w. . and women's rights and not contradictory says. she is the editor of the multicultural women's magazine because the author of various books on islam and is our guest today thank you for being here. let's start with our quote.
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many germans believe that muslim women are eclipsed and oppressed.


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