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d.w. . is a t.w.a. flight from thailand pritish prime minister teresa mayes urged to drop plans for a full votes on the back seat deal she announced on tuesday as a new deal the opposition has already rejected it as have many within the party also on the program. violence on fatalities in indonesia as protesters refused to accept the outcome of the presidential election a flash on fireworks continue into the night after supporters of the unsuccessful candidates clashed with security forces for at least 6 of thinking. and kenya's
hippo's under threat he would face a facing tough times with potentially devastating implications not just for that survival but also for the involved. i'm from gail welcome to the program. british prime minister tourism a is facing renewed calls for her resignation and she asks lawmakers to pass a redesign bret's of proposals the government's withdrawal agreement bill sets out the terms under which the u.k. would leave the european union but parliament has rejected previous versions 3 times and even some of mrs may's own cabinet ministers are asking her to cancel the phone saying that not enough has changed despite her opening the door to a 2nd referendum on people's vote under a temporary customs union with the e.u.
many within her party want out and tonight her interior minister asked mrs mate to draw the option of a people's vote earlier today she told lawmakers they should grasp what she called their last chance. there is an issue about customs there is a difference of opinion in this house on the future customs arrangement with the european union that's why it's important that this house actually comes to a decision on that issue this 2nd referendum the 2nd reading of the withdrawal agreement bill will enable this house to come to a decision on that issue it will also enable the house to come to a decision on a 2nd referendum which i continue to believe would not be the right route for this country to go down we should deliver on the 1st referendum suggesting anything about a 2nd. straight to do you want to get my ass in london then welcome back it so given these latest clouds of doubt swirling around the prime minister what do you think will she still be in the job tomorrow. well phil there is endless
speculation rumors on social media we're hearing that kevin and colleagues want to meet and that she's refusing to do just that also backbenches are meeting tonight and they would have to change their own rules in order to have a vote of no confidence against her but there is really it looks like a lot of people within her own party won't like to see her go the expectation was that she will see through these european elections and then possibly another attempt with this withdrawal agreement but it looks less and less likely that she will stay stay in power for for much longer really so does this mean that her so-called new deal is already dead in the water. pretty much not many people are expecting that it will actually come to parliament it was defeated already 3 times and this new agreement she was hoping that she
would reach out also to remain us but we have heard from jeremy corbyn the leader of the open just opposition that say he thinks it was just repackaged as was really nothing new whole deal and then also within arraign party the brics it tears were thinking that actually it is going too far with offering a 2nd referendum so nobody happy with what she had to offer and all this against the backdrop of the european elections where niger for raj is reg's it party is really looking like he will be the big winner almost reaching 40 percent in the latest opinion polls with his notion of gregg's it which he thinks there is no deal required m.p.'s are thinking that this has to be prevented that britain needs to leave with it in an orderly fashion and with a deal with the european union but niger for us just saying we want out that's the main thing and many people of you leaving him here in the u.k.
. mass in london thank you. now we'll take a look at some of the other stories making news around the world ukraine's new president the former comedian of lott a man selenski seen here during his inauguration this week has announced his new administration several posts have gone through former t.v. calling several political novices his only political experience before this election was playing the fictional president of ukraine in a popular t.v. series. face in germany have to does it the right against a main the iraqi motorcycle gang making at least one arrest hundreds of officers searched locations in 11 states in north rhine-westphalia in the west of the country gang members are accused of illegal arms deals and human trafficking. so as every elected. president of the country 2 weeks after his party the a.n.c. . in national elections as expected he was the only nominee for the post you know
united on saturday will name a deputy president and cabinet shortly after. the united states has said it suspects the syrian government of using chemical weapons again this time in a weekend attack in the northwest of the country where the army was targeting the few remaining rebel held positions washington has threatened reprisals if it's proved that chemical weapons were used observers have disputed the claims. indonesia's president. strong action taken against rioters in the capital jakarta it was speaking after demonstrators took to the streets to protest the results of last month's presidential election at least 6 people have been killed in clashes with security forces violence erupted after authorities confirm the president's reelection supporters of the main opposition candidate claim voting was rigged. on the streets of jakarta another night of violence after protests continued
throughout the day demonstrators fought running battles with police throwing stones and lighting fires continue to defy police orders to leave the downtown area. the demonstration started peacefully on tuesday evening but they quickly turned violent after election results showed incumbent president had won reelection. trying to force their way into the offices of the election supervisor agency to help molotov cocktails and burning project out there police responded with tear gas rubber bullets and water cannon positions supporters later moved on to other areas of the city setting fire to vehicles and a police dormitory police blame the violence on what they call provocateurs and dozens of boats have been arrested. protesters came from jakarta they came from west java and central java we also found evidence including an ambulance that was filled with stones and tools for attack. the election
commission said president we doto had won 55 percent of the vote spending defeat for us ultra nationalist opponent from our general problem. he says the poll was marred by widespread fraud but so far no evidence to back up the claim the president vowed to crackdown on the protests. there is no choice no choice the military and police will take firm action in accordance with the law. but so beyond the defeated candidate is refusing to accept the election result to mobilize people's power the government has deployed some 50000 police and soldiers across to qatar to back up the president's tough rhetoric. from high risk from detail because indonesia welcomed what's the latest. as now the situation in front of the election supervisory agency building has been
dissolved the police arrested more than $250.00 so-called provocateurs who were allegedly responsible for the filing protest there were also clashes between mr supporter and police in another city in eastern indonesia and just a couple of hours ago again edward she was supported to refrain from any act of violence and to disperse the police officers what is called mean and search because at 9 pm local time the protesters are still gathering outside the election supervisory agency building with stones and firecrackers being thrown at the police . showed villagers to work with the opposition to solve the problem. and how widespread. support. well right just right now jacoby due to supporters are occupying 3 to call for us or for i was beyond the. and so for all of his right high ranking officials there
accused him of masterminding the deadly protests and putting to take down the democratically elected government in fact some would see so beyond those now running out of time due to collapse of he's clearly sion with foo from 6 parties have officially accepted the defeat even former president susilo bambang yudhoyono whose party was into coalition with this would be even though gave his fully support to mr reduce the election now after the announcement of the if you showed result because i expect to see more movement to support the elected president from the white political spectrum and how much credence you give to these police claims that there were provocateurs among the protesters. well they say from the beginning to government tried to do to get them eyes to demonstration by accusing them of an act of treason of course we cannot fit if i decide for me. for example they claim this was not a spontaneous mass event but an event by deciding and that the protesters were paid studio one street against the government some of the protesters were arrested still
kept and floats containing money but certainly we couldn't or we cannot verify this information. thank so much for joining us at risk on the ground from day to indonesia. now to kenya where hippopotamuses are facing a new threat not only are being targeted by hunters but they're also having to compete with other animals for dwindling food sources as a result the numbers are also. a new study has revealed that any further reduction could also spell disaster for the health of the region's rich. hungry hippos grazes on the shores of kenya's lake 91 of over 1500 hippos that make this lake its home but the grass here is increasingly in short supply. locals often bring back cattle down to the grasslands fringing the lake to feed the competition for food between wildlife and domestic animals is driven to the extreme by drought and
climate change. it means that people are bringing the livestock into protected areas national parks and reserves and they're competing with the animals like peoples and these poor animals don't have any other source of food they literally. if they hippos die the rivers and lakes could die with them hippos chom through huge amounts of grass every night and this grass contains a precious element called silica floating in the water joining the day that digestion kicks in they then excrete vast quantities of dung into the water the silica in the hippo dung is absolutely vital for the health of africa's waterways a new study has found it helps curb algae blooms that killed marine life. so to have healthy waterways we need healthy hippos but hippos don't gotta much sympathy with the locals just last year several people have died from hippo attacks
have been in many many cases of people killed by hippos and this means people don't like to tolerate people they were often killed it's been in the press in kenya quite a lot with in many many instances of local people calling the service. come and kill hippos because they feel like their lives are endangered. with farmers that cattle and the hippos all competing for dwindling grasslands the biggest loser of this fight might be our environment. could line of sport for you dortmund have announced that 2 major signings germany midfielder yulian brandt is joining the club from they've been for a 5th 25000000 euros dortmund announced the signing of winger torgan haas of whom lost a 10 goals and 11 assists and the past one to speak of campaign the belgian also cost 25000000 euros a job and finished runners up in the bundesliga this season 2 points behind by.
his reminder of the top stories this hour british prime minister to recently has been to urge to abandon plans for my 4th vote for her present day which she presented on tuesday as a new deal by the opposition i marry within her own party who already rejected it despite of raising the possibility of a 2nd frets it's the 1st. violence in indonesia has broken us 1st as a fuse to accept the outcome of the presidential elections the supporters of the losing candidate of clashed with security forces in the capital jakarta least 6 people being killed. coming up next day data being used africa to die my c.e.o. dieter zetsche over the reins of the comic after 13 years of help he says the company needs to step up investments in new technologies like electric and self driving cars to remain competitive. story on boy and business after with friends open and just of our troops out of the top of the hour don't forget you can get
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