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this is deja news live from berlin a breakthrough at the u.n. climate change change conference in poland delegates unanimously agree to rules for implementing the twenty fifteen paris agreement better critics say it's not ambitious enough to prevent the dangerous effects of global warming we'll talk to an expert and casualty to. more demonstrations across france yellow face protesters take to the streets while the fifth straight we can say numbers are down but the universe say they're not pretty supportive pits just yet. but historic meeting
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in kid way orthodox religious leaders have voted to form a good night and ukrainian orthodox church and fulfill a centuries old dream but russia is also the music. i'm christine with welcome to the program we begin in poland wavy u.n. climate conference has now agreed on rules for implementing the twenty fifteen pairs agreement delegates from nearly two hundred countries unanimously adopted the rule book that will govern if it's to question missions and curb global warming the summit in the city of touch of eight so when it went into overtime for forces offense being struck on how countries should report projections and greenhouse emissions and how to finance the fight against climate change and for a nation's. critics have already saved the deal is not have business enough the
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climate conference is president oliver kolby agreement a historic moment the overall impact of this bucket is bozak if to do work. it wouldn't move fos one major step towards realizing. and shrine. agreement. and ambition that will ensure that our children and children look back at our legacy and recognize about their parents and grandparents took the right decisions. juncture like the one we are facing today. all right joining us now from casualty it's a s. christoph bells he's director of german watch a century environmental n.g.o.s so the delegates have now agreed on the fine print off the twenty fifteen paris climate accord at one of the key points fifty years i think it's a huge step. for implementing the paris agreement that we now know that one.
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in china is the same as one to one of two in africa or in germany. that we have comparable rules this is important for investors for governments moving forward but it cannot replace the political will which is needed to move forward and the old. reaches of many very effective countries from climate change small island states african countries asking we need more ambition and we have to move and to move forward and these are the two phrases of the summit. but also prompt a little and not the necessary speed to move forward. all right christoph this is not the result campaign as like yourself were hoping for firstly why is that and what does this particular deal mean for the future. yes i think
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we see now that it's not so easy to implement just top down c u two reduction that it's a just transition we have to organize in the road that both the people affected from climate change are part of just transition but also the people who might lose their job or have to change their perspective because of the structural change needed. after organize this in a wise way now in many countries you see this in germany where the coming year of you know exit of coal the. commission for the transport system how to change the sports electoral mobility and emissions and the debate about this you have to price and in the end the climate law in germany so lots of things have to happen on have to be organized all these are not easy baits but they also can get organized in a way that it makes sense to unite the society behind it. kristoff director
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option and watch an environmental thank you for that. france's yellow face precious testified thousands of police in cold weather to take their message to the streets for a fifth straight weekend the numbers of people protesting is down from previous weeks as concessions offered by the government seem to be taking effect but a hot coffee livesay they're determined to keep the movement marching. they started with a minute of silence honoring those killed and injured in the strasburg attack on tuesday. that the yellow vests were determined to protest despite the government's request after the attack for them to leave it this week. this saturday there were fewer people on the streets and less rioting. the number of arrests was down on last week too but the police was still very large numbers eight thousand offices to
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try to keep things under control. president micron's concessions this week included an increase in the minimum wage. but for many this was not enough. you don't go in your like they're listening but it goes in one ear and out the other that people will not stop until we're heard until a popular referendum on every matter is put in place until their privileges are largely abolished and until people have the means to live decently no headers or are we out of the system and a significant decrease of all taxes on basic goods and or g. transport housing food products clothing and so forth all all exactly. take his inspiration the yellow vests and turn to take it away they're planning to march again next weekend to christmas and beyond. in the
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humphrey was in paris today on the streets between protesters and police around three thousand yellow vests protesters took to the streets here in paris today outnumbered by around eight thousand members of the police including riot police the protests were largely peaceful and yet these streets behind. a were shrouded in tear gas stun grenades went off throughout the day protesters told me that the concessions granted by the french president earlier this week do not go far enough that they want to see taxes cut significantly all the french president resign my call to me see on my calling resign was the slogan chanted over and over again here today they can use him of being a president who is out of touch they say he's more worried about things such as the paris corner to court where they're worried about the paris working poor they say he's worried about the end of the world they say they're worried about getting to the end of the month. where there was in one hundred free now to some of the other
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stories making news around the world thousands of serbs have demonstrated in belgrade against the government of president aleksander which has included several opposition leaders they accused of ruling like and restricting democratic freedoms and the media it was the second weekend protest in a row the first significant opposition since two thousand and seventeen when protested for weeks against which its election. in the u.s. president donald trump has announced that he is interior secretary ryan zinke he will step down at the end of the year since he is facing more than a dozen investigations into his travel political activities and possible conflicts of interest. of that he'll name a replacement next week. and residents in the city of data say fighting has broken out again just a day off to war and parties agree to a cease fire at work at talks the port is
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a lifeline for millions facing starvation and given civil war the deal is the first great through in peace if it's after four years of conflict. nobel peace prize winner in a deal more rod has returned home to an emotional welcome in iraq meeting president sunday in the capital baghdad morag hold on the government to rebuild her hometown is in jail where the so-called islamic state massacred and insulates thousands of people from the minority morag escaped after a long and terrifying ordeal. she's now pledging to help the community rebuild their lives. with the money i got from the nobel peace prize the hospital and soon to treat two people mainly widows and women who were exposed to sexual abuses by islamic state militants i mean one of the mark out of this
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economist is fish you've got. now way ukrainian orthodox leaders have voted to break from moscow and create an independent ukrainian church the new church is to be led by the bishop of petra the move is shorter and go to russia but ukrainian president picture of laura shank a hailed the decision as a historic event and another declaration off ukrainian independence. the move to found an independent ukrainian church marks a historic split with moscow ukraine's president petro poroshenko was a driving force behind the new church critics say poroshenko is using it to drum up support ahead of elections next year poroshenko hopes it would take kiev even further away from russia's orbit. for visit there what kind of church is our church it's a church with the puton. circle church with a mosque or patriarchial under the prayers for the russian state and russian
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soldiers to these guys until now they've been several branches of the orthodox church in ukraine the largest and oldest was part of the russian orthodox church moscow patriarchate kirill has banned the ukrainian branch from joining the new church. this is about determining what kind of church should exist for in ukraine was the church of god or created by god for a fold church that serves the devil right he will hardly any priest who belong to the russian branch attended the founding ceremony the new ukrainian patriarch appealed to them to join but over the doors of our united ukrainian church will be open to all to see the ceremony ended with a rendition of ukraine's national anthem and the already bad relations between moscow and kiev and now worse. egypt's has unveiled
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a spectacular grave that's more than four thousand years old the tomb was found in a buried ridge at the acropolis off's a car a fostanes burial ground some twenty economic to south of the west of the west of the capital cairo archaeologists described the find as exceptionally well preserved . everyone wants to look. at the grave that had been closed for more than four thousand years. the man buried here was named of a high priest from the royal court in memphis experts remove the sand and debris to reveal the chamber in its full glory twenty four statues of vashti wall murals depicting commerce fishing hunting even the brewing of beer scenes to accompany vashti into the afterlife. he considered that they have to live like a journey to the afterlife this is the building life till he wanted to do create is
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the building live to go to is about all there is of that roxy is not alone here his grave is part of the net crapola us of a city of the dead for pharaohs and high level civil servants researchers have only opened up a tiny fraction of the ancient treasures buried here but officials say this newly uncovered tomb is a highlight and if you've got something like a month and a couple of days and we did reveal one of the greatest tools i like it doubles although that it did a lot of takes give a shit and the last that years. in twenty nine thousand experts expect to find many more sensational discoveries under the sand here. canadian freestyle skier mikhail king's brain for soul food poisoning as he won his second event of the season in taiwan china be a gold medalist posted a winning score of ninety point thirty one to claim the fifty first victory of
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korea and he's fifth straight in china in the women's event american chain and top on his with a score of eighty three point eight her first mobile's win of the season and third off a korea. are at the bundesliga show follows after the break with. find out if orissa don't mind could extend at the top of the table on match day fifteen they hosted damon knowing they could guarantee themselves first place at the mid-season walk with a fig tree stationed to find out what happened. and a reminder of the top story we're following for you delegates at the u.n. climate talks in poland have agreed to a rulebook for implementing the twenty fifteen paris agreements the breakthrough came off during an extra day of talks to overcome disagreements on how to report projections in greenhouse emissions and culture of finance if it's in poorer
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