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i might. start did you marry a t d w. told the boy . the bag. this is the w. news live from berlin spain's government on the edge of the country could face a snap election prime minister pedro sanchez arrives at parliament to try to get his budget approved catalan parties look likely to vote against it also coming up drug lord as chapel could spend the rest of his life behind bars as a u.s. jury finds him guilty on channel ten charges but his lawyer says he'll appeal
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against what he calls on fair verdicts. the girl whose pain moved the world to end the vietnam war now she's a unesco goodwill ambassador and peace activist and she's received the peace prize awarded by the german city of dresden. and a burled cup for years and a showdown once again german football clubs need english clubs in the champions league. we compare the english premier league and the german bundesliga their strategies third talent and their huge wealth. the book. i'm swimming so much god that's good to have you with us we start in spain where a government crisis is growing there could be a snap election if the socialist government spending plans. don't get approved by
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parliament prime minister pedro sanchez needs the support of two catalan pro independence parties to get his budget passed but those catalan parties have said they will vote against the budget they want sanchez to agree to talks on self-determination for their region but the government argues that spain's constitution doesn't allow that. let's bring in journalist and a martin roberts who's covering the story for us in madrid hi martin good to see you how likely is it that the prime minister can somehow strike a deal with these catalan national parties and pass this budget well that's looking very unlikely in days because last week between the government and the two cats of the nationalist policy just mentioned britain over the issue of self-determination and the possibility of holding a referendum which the government says would require a constitutional reform. the governments have less than one quarter of the m.p.'s in parliament and it would take a majority to push through a constitutional amendment that just simply is not
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a possibility at the most even if the government wants it and didn't because they don't the other thing of course your members attentions are all in very high indeed with the beginning of the trial yesterday of custom politicians and indeed this depends has focused a lot more on the issue because of you in the book itself so that's what we all said all right so what does that mean what happens next as a paper sanchez's government collapse over this budget. well i'm supposed to be solomon she procedure at losing a budget process is the same as losing a pose of culture isn't so yes if he loses this arms he will require. this all over us for policies that dissolves and call for fresh elections the only thing that's up to the place at the moment so the only times when those elections will be held. many are suggesting. you know it's what in may with local elections in european parliamentary elections of the moment seems to be
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the most likely outcome so martin the government could fall we could be looking at snap elections where does all of this leave the catalan separatists and their movement for independence. well if the opposition policies writs and how. they have a majority together they held a mass rally in madrid here on sunday like choosing the government of being too soft on cancer is a result of how what they thought was reintroduced on the right. could indeed in the shorts and at least was any of them impressions for a subset seven nations all right journalist martin roberts reporting for us in madrid thank you so much. now to some other stories making news around the world belgium's airports are at a standstill due to a national strike to the man higher pay almost no flights are landing in or departing from the country airport bosses say they cannot guarantee safety with a skeleton staff of the strike has also paralyzed belgium's railways and ports on
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the. pilings election commission is seeking to dissolve the party that nominated princess the king's older sister for prime minister of the princess herself was already disqualified on monday after the king objected to her move into politics she had aligned herself with the opposition to thailand's military backed government. australia is set to reopen a controversial offshore migrant detention center on christmas island close to in tunisia the government said it was expecting a new wave of asylum seekers arriving by boat at the government suffered a defeat in parliament when lawmakers passed legislation making it easier for sick refugees and other also camps to be treated in australian hospitals and u.s. president donald trump says he may extend his march first deadline for reaching a trade deal with china trump said he might do so if the two countries are close to
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reaching a deal if there is no agreement u.s. tariffs are set to more than double on two hundred billion dollars worth of trying to raise the no other politician has to go the mexican drug lord known as el chapo will appeal the ten guilty verdicts handed down by a us jury on tuesday the lawyer for months said the verdicts were unfair guzman was convicted of running a massive drug smuggling operation and other related crimes he could now spend the rest of his life behind bars the verdict followed a three month trial in which jurors heard what's been called an avalanche of evidence against. him passive even as he awaited extradition to the u.s. seemingly sned for the final time off to two all day she says scapes and eluding feel for a tease. the same stoicism was on display as the man known as el chapo was convicted
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of all ten counts related to decades of drug trafficking. he gave his wife of thumbs up as he was led from the new york courtroom. to u.s. authorities meanwhile in a triumphant mood. this conviction we expect will bring a sense of life without the possibility of parole is a sense from which there is no escape and no return. this conviction is a victory for the american people who is suffered so long and so much guzman made billions pouring poison over our southern border. likely be housed at this supermax prison in florence colorado it's known as the alcatraz of the rockies. authorities are confident find it as a meaningful to escape as the two prisons he sensationally broke out of in his native mexico. those escapes including one down
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a tunnel dug from underneath his prison cell toilet and a subsequent rolling stone interview with actor sean penn have contributed to close months almost mythical status. there was a hollywood element to guzman's recapture by mexican authorities as they stormed his hideout in twenty sixteen. they said later that a meeting with pan had been instrumental in leading them to him. but for some who live in his mexican home region of sin a lower it's not the fame they will miss but the money. we know that close to here and he helped a lot of people to build roads schools churches and well they'll suffer because that support will end because the government doesn't give the support that is needed. help the sick and also supported. the
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way out. but course months charity can't make up for the charges laid against him conspiracy to commit murder money laundering and the use of violence against enemies of his powerful cinna lower drug cartel el chapo is said to be sentenced in june and will likely spend the rest of his life in jail his attorney says he will appeal against the conviction. now to venezuela the government and opposition are facing off over delivery of u.s. aid to say some massive demonstrations take place across the country demanding aid be let in venezuelan migrants in colombia also took to the streets in the border city of where the it supplies are currently being stored at demonstrators marched to protest against president nicolas maduro he claims the aid is fake and is blocking its entry into venezuela. german president. is visiting venezuela's neighboring colombia for talks with the country's leaders colombia has seen a massive influx of migrants due to the crisis across the border. yes colleen by
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a show arrived in bogota only a few weeks ago but already she's out on the streets from morning to evening selling sweets she's desperate to earn a little cash so she can feed her baby boy. i left venezuela because i couldn't buy anything that no food no dike was. eskil in story is typical for the many venezuelans who have fled hardship at home and who live a hand to mouth existence in colombia there are no migrant camps to shelter them often the only help they receive comes from the generosity of the locals. the government can afford to offer only limited aid with so many colombians living in poverty themselves. the german president's visit comes at a critical time colombians have shown compassion responding to the mass migration into their country. but they're worried the political crisis across the border will
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escalate into civil war. further swelling the number of new arrivals. frank walter steinmeier is keen to prevent that. is missing mid to long view good fun. we have to find ways and means to avoid the bloodshed that many fear could ensue in venezuela. shortens so that's why i hope that there will soon be a presidential election. in the presidential election which will give quite door the legitimacy that he himself sees as necessary. d. as it is for fatherhood steinmeyer and colombia's president even to k. agree that aid needs to get into venezuela as quickly as possible nope it would meet the to not let humanitarian aid into the country is a crime against humanity. he said. it has to
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happen fast. that the international community could not accept the current situation. the world can't stand by and do nothing that says aid is prevented from entering your guy. who can believe everything must be done to get aid into venezuela he did not say if that should include military intervention. you're watching d.w. news still to come in this half hour we compare the english premier league and the german bundesliga their strategies their talent and their money as german football clubs and the english clubs in the camp three. girls in spain moves to the world and help to end the vietnam war to him a full time teacher has just received that peace prize here in germany and tells you that you know about the impact of the photos on three legs. but first nato defense ministers are meeting in brussels to look at steps needed to protect europe if the u.s.
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russian nuclear disarmament treaty sales nato secretary-general again stoltenberg urged russia to return to complying with the eye and ask treaty but said the body was also making plans for a world without the deal now this deal bans the development and possession of intermediate range nuclear missiles as the i.m.f. is under threat after washington announced its withdrawal from the agreement earlier this month accusing russia of violating the treaty. let's bring in dave use teri schultz she is at nato headquarters covering this media meeting for us hi terry good to see what steps could nato take if this treaty lapses what options will be discussed there. nato is is not saying yet that it is giving up on the i.n.f. treaty there's this six month waiting period and nato very much wants to preserve the treaty and so secretary-general stoltenberg is warning russia yet again it has this one last chance this one last window to come into compliance with the treaty
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and hope to see that before the u.s. declares the treaty no and void and so we've just learned that secretary general stolzenberg will meet russian foreign minister sergey lavrov at the munich security conference coming up this weekend and he will press again on russia to be willing to destroy this system that has breached the i.n.f. treaty beyond that nato says it's going to have to plan for a world without the eye enough terry what do we know about how the u.s. would respond to russian i enough violations in the future. the u.s. maintains that it has not breached the treaty and all allies agree with that that's really not within question so it hasn't started really looking at what kind of weapon systems it could create to counter the russian threat and what europeans have been most interested in hearing from the u.s. is what it won't do and that was something that was laid out very clearly in my interview with u.s. ambassador to nato keith bailey hutchison we don't intend to put something new in europe and most certainly we're not even even considering nuclear so i think we
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will bring our allies along with us tell them what we're looking at so that they will know what to expect but there's a defense for them as well as for us and it is a defense that is necessary for us to see the risks and assure that we can. protect and deter against the risks of russia's missiles. we heard her say there we don't intend to put something new in europe where does this leave europe. yes that's what the u.s. is trying to reassure allies now we are not looking at stationing. nuclear missile system to counter russia's on european territory nobody wants to see that at the moment they say that now that they will not be bound by the treaty they will look
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at all options there will though possibly be conventional weapons that will be discussed to put back on european territory and that's very much what some european allies want if you talk to the countries closest to the russian border they want a robust u.s. defense against the missiles that are pointed directly at them europe will be the battleground if there is if there is a a conflict a nuclear otherwise so i think what allies will be listening for when acting defense secretary patrick shanahan comes is again these reassurances that europe will not be a nuclear battleground and just what steps the u.s. is taking as we wait out this six months before the i.n.f. is truly declared dead kerry scholz covering the nato defense ministers meeting in brussels for us thank you terry. now it's an image that sent shock waves around the world the young girl running from napalm bombs dropped on her village in vietnam in one nine hundred seventy two the picture of kim on t.v. became one of the most famous war photos of all time she is now
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a peace activist and she's been awarded the dress and peace prize for her work and her message to the is going to cattle sat down with her. thank you is there to say that kumble to be the recipient of such a thing but distinguished a word. with so much meaning behind it can focus famous for being the subject of a photograph. a photograph of such work that it galvanized public opinion around the world about the war in vietnam and helped change the course of history. i own voice. oh boy totally to look my pitch you alone my mouth my i guess my body is the war's moment of human mean
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as a little girl i felt so embarrassed why i was make it and my brothers make has ng was close on. i just do it right there and i turned my hat and i saw fall bombs landing that that fire was everywhere and the fire actually bird my clothes off. i was nine you know and i remember i thought oh my goodness i got. so i would be out. and so people would see me a different way of course that moment that picture that day to end my life what i have. now i know i have
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a piece joe i am not. feeling embarrassed like before. but is not much to. until the moment when i have you know i love my boy. no one and the children suffer like the little girl. is me. and so from that point is to touch me and that picture became so powerful good for me. if everyone can learn to live with love with hope and forgiveness absolutely we don't need war. if that would go into a picture can do it so everyone can do it to. football
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now in the champions league round of sixteen is underway there were two matches last night the feature was a premier league side manchester united hosting france's paris entre ma pay p s three it was without superstars neymar and incent avani but they still outclassed their hosts after a scoreless first half the s.c. took the lead in the fifty third minute and just seven minutes later football sensation kilian and buckley made it to nil to add to manchester united's woes star pop pop i was sent off in the final minutes of the game and i single missed the return leg in paris next month. in tuesday's other champions league match roma edged out portuguese side porto thanks to nineteen year old nicolo zani olo while the teenage midfielder scored both goals for the italian side to seal a two one victory that ended porto's five game winning streak in the champions
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league. right there are three german clubs a left in the champions league and every one of them will face a team from england to starting tonight so the bundesliga is heading into a direct clash with the premier league and we have our debut sports team with us to talk about the saleman talkee and pasco thank you both for being with us a little let's start with you there are some big matches to look forward to what can we expect here germany and an england fan and there's a lot to get excited about tonight we have on top of him which at least on paper should sounds like a thriller and then next week of course we have entered the city take on childhood and perhaps the biggest. win. by and this is the first time at this stage of the competition where we have three german teams made three english teams it's never happened before and internationally a bit of
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a taste in terms of when it comes to germany england rivalry we know that it can get very very tense and that's mainly because you know on a national level there's a lot of pride on the line a cup devil it's a bit different than that because the cups represent the leaks so this you know the element of bragging rights involved in terms of which is the better league and it's safe to say that the premier league because they have the deep pockets that they have a slight advantage is it really all about the money well of course the premier league has run into the power it is most it happens comes to selling t.v. rights for example two billion euros revenue that's more than twice what the ones the governments but there's still there's a gap but money does not buy you success as you all know and when you have a look at the champs league same you find for example that's where you really want to be at as a successful club and in recent years you had more german collapse than english ones so i would say never underestimate the bundesliga teams and especially by munich yeah but that's also see this is where i have to kind of interrupt and say that's also one of the problems that by and munich are the only been to see the
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team that can contend for the champions league title on a year in year out basis teams like gautam and gave a coups and a just way to inconsistent and one of the reasons is because they do is allow. out of this stop play us yes to the premier league so is there a talent strain them oh yes that is so the seven of the ten most expensive bonus to get transfers went to the premier league so for example going to want to draw in a semi and obama young and it's not just pay us that are leaving but also coaches we had you can crop and pep guardiola also d. for the initially ok so pascal there are top players and coaches going to the premier league how does that affect the blend of sleep but of course the sad to see those stars leaving also the best coaches but it hasn't really affected the bundesliga so much because it's not only about stocks right the bonus they get as well known and praised for its atmosphere you have the german fans and fan choreography is that stadiums every weekend and you have to keep tickets fans have the biggest say in things how the club is run in germany and you have even fans
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from england flying over to germany to watch games and the bonus they get even in lower league so it's a different approach the bundesliga seems to be more accessible and even germany's second biggest cup or c. don't want which has to make money was have to make business favors the german model and we can have a look what the c.e.o. dalton c.e.o. has to say about that. kind of unusual to. i don't want an english system where the ticket prices are driven so high by investors. so high that an entire section of society can't afford to go to the games anymore because they're just not pretty. you know on my skin makes a good point i mean the cheapest ticket to watch. tottenham host stuart mint goes for about thirty four euros in the bundesliga for example one of the cheapest tickets that you could find go as low as fifteen euros for again and that often
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also includes the transportation costs so if we're speaking about an experience and it's a lot more family friendly that is definitely i agree with with my colleague that the bonus he got an experience family friendly yeah they went ok having looked at both leagues here what's your prediction for tonight asking both of you here dortmund against tottenham well i would say it's a really really tough game because they're missing some of the key players michael royce with been fantastic old season and pocket costs are their main goal scorer so i would go for maybe maybe a draw a narrow win for adult one to one for the dives well you know and also have injuries injury problems of their own zone but i'm still also going to go with fifty fifty aren't we have to see how this one turns out from the sports limited talkee and thank you both so much for your analysis. to south africa now which is one of the world's surfing hot spots but it's not just the professionals who want to ride some of the best waves the locals do to one
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school and cape town is helping to break down barriers for surfing a doozy it's with physical and mental disabilities. a feeling pamela hansford thought she'd never get back watching her riding the waves with a smile on her face it's hard to believe the seventy five year old suffered a broken neck and a year ago a terrifying collision with a freak wave on the shores of cape town left tetraplegic but now with the help of volunteers she's enjoying the waves once again and three of the war to i could feel the movement the day. it's really special pamela is one of many disabled surface that getting a helping hand from the surf in poor areas a school which aims to get people with disabilities into the water. kids are welcome to while parents can learn how to take care of the house and this. we felt like we were flying it was amazing they showed us how to handle him in the war how to actually hold the so forth and how to sit behind and then
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a close and amazing experience. making surfing possible and practical for disabled people is a growing trend across south africa pretty soon they'll be no excuses not to hit the way. coming up on g.w. our business shell made it takes a look at the fallout one high power executives fail that's coming right up to.
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move and send them into freefall and then what happens when the big winners lose big who ends up paying the price made in germany next d w. nicole africa. celebrating nature awareness week is taking place in tokyo. the muybridge environmental protection project has existed for fifteen years. it's all about using games to teach young people about sustainability and how to save the planet. in sixty minutes on g.w. . nixon
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rubin venue. to coax him. you know there's. nothing curbs because i'm going to finish. the party chat sessions from around the world on the. night group every week t.w. . here's a story that has it all power money and treeck sex and in the end a fuming pile of rubble the remains of what once was a mc nissen palace it's all prop can teach us anything then they said wagner us the
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ring of the nibelung says in a lot of words but quite convincingly that pride goes before.

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