tv DW News Deutsche Welle April 17, 2019 1:00am-1:02am CEST
you. know what it's time. for the seventy seven percent to be easy. this is where it. was seventy seven percent this weekend on d w. french president emanuel michael has vowed to rebuild the not true down cathedral in paris within five years after the devastating fire which gutted the gothic masterpiece firefighters extinguish the flames after fifteen hours and sang the main structure investigators say the fi is being treated as accidental. egypt's parliament has approved amendments to the constitution that could keep president abdel fatah el-sisi in power until twenty thirty the parliament which is dominated
by his supporters voted overwhelmingly in favor of the amendment critics say that it could bolster the role of the military. police in the u.k. say they have arrested over one hundred people laugh to climate change protesters blocked major bridges and intersections in central london the rally was part of a week of civil disobedience organized by the extinction rebellion group protesting what they say is the failure to tackle the causes of climate change. a court in russia has convicted a norwegian man of spying with intent to gather information about nuclear submarines retired border guard fraud a bag was jailed for fourteen years he was arrested in moscow in twenty seventeen and has admitted acting as a korea for norwegian intelligence but denied knowledge of the operation. this notre dame cathedral just twenty four hours. to go this catholic church this
gothic monument this eight hundred fifty year old heart of piers was devastated its famous spire collapsing its roof gutted a fire investigators say the blaze was most likely an accident and not arson tonight there are pledges of more than half a billion euros to rebuild the cathedral can it be done in five years president says it can i've heard off in berlin this is the day. in the defiant that destroyed the town remind says that alan history never ends.