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those intrigues those of groups and there's a little bit of helicopter capacity. received since i really could see the rebel doing worked out atrocities. how is your organisation coping with the scale of this disaster. is that. it's a good question we are doing well we can't just stop giving belief to those people that needed we started up roasted it was. essential supplies to. hold it was. sometimes. was of fear of flying with. another agencies of providing food and higher to this case not just the whole food program. but for. the beginning of war use that civilian extremely bone. of erosion over here we're trying to reach out.
by helicopter of the market where some of the most urgent challenges that need to be resolved in the short term. i think one of the very things of this is trying to develop a system of growth where we can get to as many people as efficiently as possible coalition has been displaced or of a huge area as i said and setting up those systems where we can to get. moving the ball to those people who this is the biggest challenge we face. coordination that is going on. now in the status quo provide humanitarian relief to those people for. sole butter's assistant director for mozambique for the aid organization care thank you so much. there are. next new zealand's prime
minister just an ardent has announced that the government hopes to have a ban on semiautomatic and military style weapons in place by next month on the move follows friday's fatal shootings at two mosques in christ church which left fifty people dead. was. one of the many vigils taking place across new zealand this week. as the country continues to come to terms with its worst mass shooting it's also taking radical steps to prevent a tragedy like this from happening again today i'm announcing that new zealand will ban all military style sumi order medic with hands we will ban or parts with the ability to convert semen automatic or any other type of firearm into i'm military style see me or a medic with. the lone gunman who opened fire on worshipers at two mosques in christ church was armed with semiautomatic rifles he's believed to have modified
them with high capacity magazines to make them fire faster from now on all of that is along with assault rifles will be banned in new zealand owners of such weapons we'll have to turn them into the police but we as always want to do everything we can to ensure those people. get to bring the foreigners to surrender surrender them to us and make that possible and possible quickly new zealanders in christchurch and across the country have largely welcomed the law change as a necessary step to keep their communities safe. i think it's a step on the right direction something must change or spaced on the last experience i know some people could see this is a reaction. across reaction because of one person the consequence is what we've seen. this terrible and something must change i play nothing that's what he gonna
hide the gun laws with for hitting the guy the two mosques will reopen their doors on friday when must commemorations to mark a week on from the attack are due to take place. today is world down syndrome day one child in every thousand across the world is born with this genetic condition which means millions are affected and many still struggle to integrate fully in society but things are improving thanks to initiative like this next cafe that we feature in the iranian capital tehran it's not only a great place for people to enjoy a cup of coffee but it also offers people living with down syndrome the basic right of working and a flourishing in their community. is completely in his element serving couple chinos to the guests in this cafe waiting tables this is first ever job and the forty year old is loving every second of it.
i like the cafe it's big and it's nice. that's why i'm so grateful to the owner. but every night when i go to bed i thank. him for that although. he and the others who work here have little chance of finding work elsewhere iran's job market is currently in such a bad state that over a third of college educated young iranians are on employed for people with special needs it's become nearly impossible to find work. for most of those people there's nothing to do once they finish school they just stay at home but we're convinced it's good for them to show people that they have other abilities not just good for them it's also good for their families they're often sad because they can't do anything but here they can show just what they're
capable of. more than forty people living with down syndrome autism work your regularity everybody pitches in doing what they can brewing coffee waiting tables or entertaining the guests with music. they all get paid for their work except for the cafe owner he she runs a deficit every month there are very few government programs to support social projects like this one in the islamic republic. we've never received support from any kind of organization it's a completely independent project founded and finance privately we're totally self dependant on. giving up that's not an option because every day she sees just how much this work means to him run and the others.
are used to just be with my father. you know but father look at me. i finally made it. i'm famous and go through life with my. c. . with their positive attitude imran and his colleagues have created an atmosphere found nowhere else in the islamic republic. no other cafe here in iran could get away with this level of frivolity imran and the others are making the best of being a little bit different and have transformed coffee down to zoom into a place that's bursting with positivity. all right we're going to shift our attention back to our top story of course those brigs that talks in in brussels or
rather the delay that theresa may has asked for did over a year achieve political course are really a crane is still with me here in the studio and as soon as the press conference gets underway we'll take you there live but in the meantime melinda how have people because here in germany in this story has been followed closely by the general public how many feeling about this all kadam mouse game that's taking place said totally fed up there were discussions in the german parliament this morning before the chancellor made her statement and before she went off to brussels they also heard statements from other politicians and just one sample one opposition politician said you know what this demonstrates is what a wreck populism can leave behind theresa may came in for some very harsh criticism from her from other politicians and if you hear people on the streets they're basically saying just get this over with truly frustrated there is though also some
real apprehension because recent studies show that germany would be harder hit than almost any other e.u. country germany is as you know an export world champion and therefore needs that trade with britain and there's nothing like uncertainty to put a damper on trade so the latest study shows that germany could lose up to a billion euros a year from a no deal rexx it therefore real apprehension especially in the business community a real lose lose situation if they if they crash out all right let's talk because we've got a dent a tentative date now may twenty second it's it is said that brussels has agreed to extend the deadline for the breaks it's a process to kick in. do you foresee a situation between now and march the twenty ninth where for instance chance on the america all would pull her political weight in brussels. say ok let's give these guys more time right today she said short short temporary.
postponement so basically that is that twenty second of may date and that date was agreed on because you will lections take place after that and is britain going to vote if it wants to leave obviously that presents enormous complications so that's the reason for that short date the thing that could change it would be new elections in the u.k. theresa may still be stepping down or some other signs that there is a cross party majority for another deal if there was something really concrete along those lines i think then other e.u. leaders including the chancellor might say ok circumstances have changed we could now think about this also because possibly that other crossed party deal might have implications that would make it sensible for the e.u. for the u.k. to hold the you will actions so many if so and so so little time thank you so much
for spending time with me all right and i think we're alleges have to wait for that press conference to get underway at momentarily yet still not on yet for now thank you so much for spending this part of your day with that and so on will iraq and the land next to melinda crane have a good one. quadriga
the international talk show for journalists just goes the topic of the week new zealand this is the morning after the christ church attacks on quadriga when asked about possible links between the suspected of a traitor funding stream right wing groups and what the role of social media played in spreading his propaganda join us shortly. quadriga thirty minutes d.w. . a city in ruins. maro a. symbol of a long conflict in the philippines. between the muslims. and the christian population. when minus fighters aka the city center
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is you know we news line for brolin down to the wire the e.u. says for pair to offer britain more time for breaks it but the extension fall short of what british prime minister theresa me was brussels was asking brussels for and the e.u. is offer it comes with strings attached the british parliament must approve the divorce agreement by next week mrs may is locked in to go she issues with e.u. leaders right now and an announcement is expected momentarily we'll bring you the very latest live from brussels.