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this is the doubly news live from victory for spain socialists in the country's general election but now they face tough choices prime minister petros sanchez's posse falls short of majority meaning difficult coalition talks lie ahead we'll bring you the latest from madrid. also on the program the heavy days of people's uprising. walking around you can feel the try to not only in public space. gatherings like this but do not have. the protests of press t.v. or photographers committed to capturing the revolution. bands face coverings in the aftermath
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a feast of islamist militants new attacks. new voices for turkey international broadcasters including to respond to the government's crackdown on independent media with the launch of a new huge. time for the program spain's governing socialist won the country's national election before then well short of a parliamentary majority with just twenty nine percent of the vote prime minister pedro sanchez must now attempt to form a coalition government process that could take a weeks or even months sunday's vote also so a far right party to the parliament for the first time since the end of military rule in one nine hundred seventy five vox took ten percent of the vote. the reality sinks in an election that leaves no party in power many in spain were relieved
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however that the far right had not done even better than it did at the polls. but i mean yes because hopeful for me i think it's a good result insincerely i didn't expect it i thought the right wing was going to win so it's cool for me. but i mean. me but then we think that the socialist victory is good and now there is hope that the bad guys don't win. the socialist party leader petro sanchez had explicitly pitched his party to voters as the best way to stop the far right. the spaniards have sent a very clear message to europe and to the world it is possible to win the against reactionaries and authoritarianism with progressive proposals. but sanchez faces an uphill battle forming a ruling coalition the far right party vox may not have won but it still had
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a record night this election marks the first time a far right party has gained seats in the spanish parliament since the days of general franco. restore so no three c.p.o. this is only the beginning you know i'm also not a complete told you i aim was to retake power and that's exactly what we have done yet if you don't have a listen if we have a voice in parliament we can now say loud and clear to the entire country that folks has come to stay. the mainstream conservative people's party suffered big losses it was their worst election to date a sign that the polarization that has affected politics across europe has come to spain possibly for a long time to come. straight to the spanish capital then where we joined a delhi correspondent a public welcome pablo so what. is his options for forming a coalition government. well first and foremost it's going to be difficult for him that's for sure because of course he folds quite far short of
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a majority he has expressed a desire along with the number two and a socialist government capable to govern alone just with basically the support somehow of party such as me that's put him most of course that's the ontario stereotype party and regional parties too but he also has a rule i like the idea of entering into government with that we need us but then once he said that in an interview in the days leading up to the election on sunday . we're going to have a few weeks now of a negotiations and everybody is waiting here in spain with bated breath to see who exactly pedro sanchez or how he decides to form his new government let's talk about the far right the vox you have. seen. how much influence other locked into how. well do you fluency i mean that they have ten percent of the vote so they've come here with you know a significant percentage considering that have the last time around and even have
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an m.p. in twenty sixteen they said that their plan is essentially to make a noise and this is just the beginning of vox their idea is basically to make people and realize what they're about what their policies are about and that way they can grow as a party so that next time around they'll they'll grow and they seem to be pretty certain that. they've used the word which i suppose has has surprised and shocked some people in spain which is that i ceased n.p.i. which means resistance now what that means exactly is a little bit unsure but basically their plan is to make changes in spain and they want spain to go in a slightly different direction to the one that we're seeing it going and not with. a list of a good conservative people's party its worst national results what does this tell us about the state of spain's political. it's more really that political right where we've really seen the changes because we've seen how the sort of more conservative parties have fractured into three essentially those who are sort of
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a liberal center party swung more to the right the p.p.d. at the people's party it was felt perhaps went too far to the right and sort of didn't manage to talk into their more moderate and center voters who left the party and perhaps voted for the nose that was a very good night was a very good night for them and even voters who went from the party of people out to the socialists and they said today that they need to reflect and they need to see what direction they should take the party and from now but certainly it is being a terrible night for the people's party under particular for their leader public us out of. public. dread thank you. processes in sudan have welcomed a breakthrough in talks with the leaders have agreed to form a joint council to pave the way to civilian rule mass demonstrations prompted the military to remove saddam's longtime president last month and one photographer has been cataloguing the uprising you don't use i.e.
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abraham and melanie could have to bow and talked with him in the capital cost to. for thirty two year old mohammed this is history in the making has been documented the sudanese uprising since it started in the suburb today he's taking pictures of the incoming caravans joining the demonstrators in front of the army headquarters in the capital such. as. my pictures are for the coming generations the suffering experienced by people in my photos should not be forgotten. when we took to the streets we were just calling for our rights we should not have been met with some of the violence we see in the pictures of the sort. at the heart of the protest area mohammad displays his photos for his fellow students. in many ways the ongoing fit in has become a microcosm of what the people here want their sudan to be walking around you can feel the pride they have not only in reclaiming public space but also their freedom
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gatherings like this would not have been possible under the old regime. a larger art movement has emerged from the uprising even this billboard has taken on new meaning protesters have hung clothing in honor of military personnel who disobeyed orders and refused to open fire at them and there are. some that says his photography not only documents the revolution it is also a way to help the people who needed. to get out of this picture shows a man waving a flag as he is being loaded on to the back of a truck. they will be using him and punching him so that he put the flag down and see saddam holding up the flag card so. you know that's a picture help to get this man released because it spread so much so they were able to locate him and have him freed. your right. for passers by mohammed's work
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reflects a turning point for sudan and its people. i feel loved when i see the details of these pictures the sadness where. these pictures are an expression of the bravery the strength and the patriotism of people who have overcome thirty years of oppression under a corrupt regime. to display shows that sudan has a lot of artists and people with many talents. and good mohammad realizes that this newfound freedom is very fragile and that a lot of work needs to be done for the spirit of the sit in to be made a political reality. that we learned as a people that we can be united and we can be one hand in this transitional period we the sudanese people have to accept each other. does not know what exactly the future holds for sudan but he is determined to bear witness to it with his camera. to some of the other stories making news around the world at
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least six people are dead after jihad ists opened fire on a church in the north of but in a fast a gunman on motorcycles targeted worshipers in the town of still god as they were leaving sunday services well thought they say it's the first attack on a church since jihadist violence broke out in the country in twenty sixteen. the commander of the u.s. military prison at guantanamo bay in cuba has been fired a statement from the u.s. southern command said ria admiral john brink had been removed because of a loss of confidence in his ability to command a controversial president guantanamo was set up to detain suspected terrorists captured overseas after the nine eleven terror attacks the united states. indonesian president djoko widowed has decided to move his nation's capital away from the crowded markets to jakarta a new location has been finalized by thirty million people live in or need to constantly choose in the low lying coastal region susceptible to flooding. you know
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i think patience is given thirteen million dollars in emergency funds to mozambique which is struggling in the aftermath of a second cycle in six weeks the death toll from cyclon kenneth was has reached thirty eight according to the government the storm hit northern mozambique on sunday causing massive flooding and mortar eventual rains expected in the coming days cycling cannister less than two months after cycling to die that devastated the region around byron in the south of the country. after the storm the rain torrential downpours are swelling rivers and washing away houses here in the north of muslim baek nature's fury has been unleashed and the danger is far from over six weeks ago cyclon it i devastated the south of the country killing some six hundred people on can it is predicted to cause twice as much rainfall as its predecessor already communities have been up ended by the storms destructive
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force. the wind destroyed the farms and the palm trees the farms don't have anything we lost everything on the farms here in the village as you see three hundred houses have been destroyed to do this. i'm not going to build anything else because i had two houses in the shop everything is destroyed i don't have the means to rebuild i'll just try to rebuild one home and i probably can't even do that. it is the first time in recorded history that muslim because seemed to cyclons in one season aid agencies that have been working frantically to deal with the fallout from it i now have even more work on their hands. it was a new life from berlin still to come weapons and demands a new report shows global military spending at its highest level for decades.
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ahead of the catholic church in sri lanka urging the government to crack down harder on islamic extremists in the aftermath of last week's easter bombings the archbishop of columbus the church might not be able to stop people from taking the law into their own hands if the government failed to prevent further attacks. the scenes of everyday life on the streets of colombo underlying tension. after sunday's deadly bombings security remains tight for good reason officials say that terrorists are planning another wave of attacks using military uniforms and vehicles to disguise themselves the police are racing to root out the two extremist groups behind the massacre. on friday fifteen people died when security forces stormed a safe house in the city of terrorist mastermind sorry and ashamed three of those killed were his relatives. prime minister o'neill the. told the press at large
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amounts of chemicals have been found in the raid he said efforts must now focus on finding those that are ready to strike again. and. to help find an emergency law has banned the use of face veils the move has been criticized by some who feel that it will alienate the country's muslim minority but for many muslims security concerns that way religious sensitivities for now. this is. the moment. yeah. yeah. but even if police managed to stop further attacks and religious tensions and get out of hand the country's tourism chief estimates choice numbers will plunge by
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half in the coming months. and that's certain to have a lasting effect on economic wellbeing. the new report by the stockholm international peace research institute has reported nothing increasing global billet free spending with much of that increase driven by the united states last year the u.s. spent almost as much on its military as the next eight countries combined china and eastern european countries are also spending bill. military preparedness calls for tanks bombs and grenades in the face of growing global tensions many countries are arming themselves more than ever. between nine hundred ninety eight and twenty eighteen worldwide defense spending rose almost continuously with one plateau to nearly two trillion dollars a year in twenty eighteen a sharp increase over twenty seventeen the u.s.
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is by far the biggest spender on weapons and it shows no sign of changing course in twenty eighteen washington increased its military spending for the first time in seven years. china has the second largest defense budget which it also boosted in twenty eighteen saudi arabia a traditionally well armed country with the third largest budget reduced its spending india and france increase their defense budgets last year as did russia. major world powers china and india have outpaced russia in their defense spending which is why the asia pacific region is sent to be arming itself by contrast african countries spending on weapons has declined. eastern europe and parts of the middle east have also reduced their defense budgets according to available data.
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but that has no bearing on the overall trend for many countries the requirements for security have never been higher. the u.s. is renewed sanctions against iran take effect next month it looks like a veil hit hard because crucial oil exports will be halted could be halted the international monetary fund expects iran's recession to deepen saying the economy could contract by six percent. here in teheran people are exchanging realises fast as they can faith in the iranian currency has fallen dramatically it now takes a stack of them one hundred forty four thousand at the moment to purchase a single dollar and most people fear the u.s. sanctions will drive the rio down even further. of course the country's revenues are going to drop and maybe the real value will drop as well and the end the pressure that they're putting on is pressure on the people. here does
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not enough you know you some people have fixed limited wages like us. when prices rose we had to change a lot of things our rent went out. then we were forced to spend our money on rent instead of food at the core of. the i.m.f. is warning that inflation will drive prices even further in the country this year and that would drive many more arrhenius into poverty this would have. an impact on social specially that they sentients have led to an increase in inflation with inflation. reaching the levels of fifty percent therefore of course in any economy will suffer recession as the iranian government says it's considering countermeasures to u.s. sanctions and it's even threatened to close the straits of hormuz but keep passage for international trade. for the middle east is leading destination for migrant
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labor from africa and asia but domestic workers often find themselves trapped in a system where they need their employers to sponsor them in order to gain legal residency that leaves them at the mercy of employers and according to amnesty international i think creased risk of abuse. the cafe or system essentially binds migrant workers to their employer from the moment they enter the country it grants employers wide ranging powers facilitates forced labor and leaves workers vulnerable to abuse and exploitation if you look at me in lebannon there are more than two hundred fifty thousand foreign workers coming from asian and african countries to work in homes and really these workers are exempt from the normal labor laws because they're subject to the cut filesystem his you know it's not you don't make that the amnesty international says the lebanese authorities make little effort to bring abusive employers to account workers can be arrested and deported
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if their employer reports them as having absconded from their job even if they're fleeing abuse passport confiscation is common practice making it even more difficult for migrant workers to escape exploitative labor conditions better than it was a year they treat us like slaves first of all with the car filesystem the employer can control us in whichever way they want other people our employer can send us away whenever he wants i don't have the right to refuse i have to do whatever she wants. did she was in the way that donald. ethiopia has banned its citizens from domestic work in lebannon but still they find ways to come here is what there are hundreds of workers in houses being imprisoned and not getting their rights not even their days off. they don't even pay their salary they make them work into houses to watch the women entering lebannon as domestic workers are the most at risk under the cuff ls system suicide rates among them are high and many die in
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failed escape attempts. there is a centuries old afghan tradition when the country needs to settle matters of national importance a lawyer jirga a grand assembly is called the latest involving around thirty two hundred delegates from the country's different to tribal groups is meeting to discuss peace talks with the taliban. delegates from all over afghanistan converged on kabul for the first lawyer in six years. the assembly will spend four days discussing whether to negotiate with the taliban or not. we will call on the taliban to enter into peace talks with the afghan government as we have done before look at what about. this is a common view among afghans who are weary of war delegates were trying to reach a common approach to peace talks with the taliban if and when they take place. the
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issues that are not up for negotiation are human rights freedom of expression civil rights the political system and the national constitution those are all red lines. both the u.s. and russia have tried to do with the taliban to the negotiating table so far without success the u.s. special representative appeared on afghan t.v. to outline the conditions for a peace deal. long term ceasefire will be necessary for a deal to be reached as well as a commitment to dong to him peace. so far the taliban has refused to enter into talks with the afghan government. and the w. has teamed up with other major international broadcasters to launch a new source of independent information for turkey plus ninety stars today on you tube is a joint venture between t.w. the b.b.c. france. and the voice of america is being launched in response to the turkish government's restrictions on reporting on the jailing of independent journalists.
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living in a diverse complicated country tested by terror and our people. there the future of turkey the under thirty five to make up half the population there the target audience of plus ninety the new voice in the media and it's now on you tube. manages from the four media groups involved launched plus nineteen a stumble on monday it a report in depth on issues including how refugees and people are fairing youths. employment and the crisis in turkey's building industry. i hope that we will have a significant amount of regular users who see in the channel a window also to our countries and an open window between our countries and that we can contribute some information which might be not available for the moment here and so i think we want to become
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a relevant office and knowledge see how the viewers and users are using it here in turkey. in an era of so-called fake news plus ninety will also fact check claims made by public figures and institutions its name is the number of turkey's international telephone code the channel operates with an outsider's perspective the result of the unique european and transatlantic cooperation between four international public broadcasters alongside deutsche about a voice of america and france media morons the b.b.c. wants to see what could we build where we be better and stronger together and you cheap is the kind of platform that rewards a big why did deep offer nor did says will come soon called ria around that so it really made sense to do this project together rather than separately. launching the channel say they don't just want to tell younger turks about the world around them they hope plus ninety will become a home for debate. i hope that older young people here in turkey will watch us that
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it's very important to us that we're hitting a no society and death of course we want to do with all what is needed for digital platforms for you to you tube and when you do dat with constructive journalism and every opinion minute matters that. few would disagree the world needs more safe places for different ideas and constructive journalism. the czech republic international. has died after a mini bus crash on sunday he and six other players from the top to use. yes returning home from on a white much the twenty eight year old forward who only signed with a team in january died in hospital on monday morning his teammate sustained injuries the state run news agency said the players are venting the minibus while the rest of the squad returned with the team bus agency out of the drivers are under investigation for allegedly going to sleep. it was a good weekend for votes but as a homage to hoffenheim for one
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a white keep the chance of qualifying for the europa league alive but it took advantage of simple goalkeeping by hoffenheim zone to. strike up from trick holes here scored first of two goals of the day but now sit in eighth place in the table just a point behind. it reminded of our top story at this hour spain socialist party led by prime minister petra sanchez has won the most of votes in this sunday's general election they'll need to form a coalition to stay in power on the far right folks who enter the spanish parliament for the first time. this is coming up next they do the news asia we hit the campaign trail in india using one of the convicts hoping to spearhead a breakthrough for women in national elections. on japan's emperor akihito prepares to abdicate as his successor opera paster take up the mantle literally and metaphorically. those doors on wall with melissa chan and just
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a moment i'll be back at the top of the hour have a good day. when
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the hour starts rising people fight for survival come on a case on a budget with the budget but when there's a flood the water comes up to all the waste and it flows faster every morning but. the lack of water is equally dangerous. there's john keep people move south so they can plant crops and find food to stop. floods and droughts climate change become the main driver of mass migration you could not write any kind of fix not if
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strategy that make a difference. baking bread on d w. this is. coming up on the program what will it take for india to finally see more women in parliament as the country enters the fourth phase of its massive election we have a special report from west bengal where a leading political candidate is trying to break through the glass ceiling. the end of an era japan's emperor akihito prepares to step down from his royal duties.

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