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parliamentarians to brussels and strasburg and the other far right parties that have made gains in these elections well 1st of all thank you for having me on the show we have a slightly different view from open society foundations than the political parties the political parties tended to make this entire election about the fate of the e.u. and we were not seeing evidence for anything like that of course the political parties had to. provides some information emotion a lot of information in order to convince people to vote for them but what we've seen now in the elections and in the results is what we've been predicting for ourselves before hand in the which is the right wing the right wing parties are pretty much isolated within the european parliament that will not be able to be as disruptive as that i'd like to ok we have material salvini nonetheless from italy saying he's going to spearhead a major bloc that will include france as well and do you think that that he then
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according to your analysis will not have that opportunity to bring the right wing positions to the table in brussels not when it comes to the you've been part of the you've been parliament is overwhelmingly pro european pro-democratic even the shifts within countries like germany the votes did not go to the extreme right they have been dispersed amongst the democratic parties so and also in other countries i mean what's so the nice one in italy it was something that we have expected it's too bad it's a form of on us you know became the largest party in france actually yeah exactly but we do not expect such a big block as they would like to be the make them say a larger than the actually are ok the greens were the big winner here in germany they've doubled their their results they're now bigger in the european parliament than the social democrats just behind the c.d.u. do you see them being able to as we just heard from their live press conference
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affects climate change that is their big issue they want to roll back the effects of climate change with with new policies including a carbon tax do you see them gaining ground in the process in brussels with these policies. i think climate change itself has really arrived within the european parliament and the greens having this much this large turnout in the exit polls is . a very strong sign for this and the you cannot ignore climate change the way it has in the past and in that way i think the greens will have a more louder voice when the european parliament and climate change is going to be a major issue for you to deal with in the future ok we heard from a leading c.d.u. consider german conservative who could become the president of the european commission on for a baby saying he's very concerned about their shrinking center and european politics politics are you worried about that we as a society foundations are worried about the state of democracy in general and we
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don't really care about if it's the center or center left center right as long as the values are being polt and most democratic parties in germany and largely in the e.u. do that we are not concerned about party politics we're concerned about the bigger mission that's the open society and we see it is that they're well in shape ok i want to go back to the to the far right and we heard from member of our correspondence that along with the greens their positions cannot be ignored including on migration still you see europe toughening its stand on migration as we've seen happen specifically in italy as a nation that this could be transferred to european policies we are concerned that . couldn't continue as violations of the rule of law might be happening continuous string king spaces within the european union the protection of minorities being attacked continuously and this is what authoritarian parties and governments are
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trying to do this is the result what we see for example in italy and other european countries this is something that concerns us and this is something which that against we fight against ok thanks very much political analyst goes for most for coming in today for your comments thank you very. laws we've been discussing here in germany the greens surpass expectations to come in 2nd with about 20 percent of the vote now it is their best result ever on a national level at a press conference just a few moments ago party leaders saying that they have a clear mandate for climate protection and that they now have to deliver on their luck the result greens also called on the center right conservatives to make environmental issues a top priority. ok let's go straight to our political correspondent actually on a question of standing by for us where that press conference has been going on here and. 2 we just heard the greens claiming this is not just a german but as a european victory the showing for all green parties in europe and
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a victory for the climate what do they plan to do specifically to answer this mandate from the public in terms of policy. well yes as we've heard the greens claim this victory as a victory for climate policies and this is what they've been campaigning for in the weeks ahead of the european election they have called this vote in the european election a climate vote and what they want to do now is of course have germany and the european member states become more ambitious on the climate goals that were great in the paris climate agreement and they want to see that these countries do their bit to reduce carbon emissions and to get the global warming down again and what we will see is that the greens will hopefully be become as vocal as they've been also know a lot of other issues in the european parliament in the last couple of years we've seen the quite vocal on digital rights we've seen the most become quite vocal on migration and yes then also afraid of the toss that is in front of them ok now now
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the greens at their press conference the 2 leaders saying that they want to change a policy in brussels they also course with the showing have the potential to do that here in berlin as well what's it looking like will they be trying to do both. i guess we're going to see them both we have both the lead candidate of the for the european elections so on google to speak and as well as the head of the german green party of robot topic here at the press conference that just happened a couple of minutes ago and they 1st said that this spectacular result for them is a mandate for both the green policy on the european and also on the national level so was quite interesting is that they're both through a saying they're still quite shocked even they found it quite surreal that this is such a great result for them but that they're not afraid to call themselves the combat rabbits because they said they don't want to be the ones that are standing frightened as a rabbit in front of
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a snake and they want to tackle on these issues and they see especially these issues being the climate policies on the european level where they think the european union has to come up forward but they also want to become more vocal on the national level so i mean what we've seen in couple federal elections ahead of the european vote for example in the very is that the greens have become particular vocal on migration issues and they've gained a lot of votes through that and they also want to take that on on the national level in the upcoming eastern german elections where we've seen a lot of support in the european election results from last night for far right policies like the alternative for germany but the greens have said just in the conference right here that they see that as a toss to address east and german votes is and make them make appeal to those voters with the green party program ws must millionaire culture thanks very much for that. well the green success has come partly at least at the cost of all americans governing coalition has been left assessing
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assessing the damage from this vote after conservatives in their social democrat partners were dealt their worst score in european election history. i sometimes reaction speak louder than words the german greens ecstatic as they watch their vote sarge this triumph belt off the back of young voters and the climate and marriage in say a warning shots of the country's government was the signal used the signal today is that the german government has been voted down as a result of its hesitation on climate protection and its failure to unify europe. up give years 4 years we are fighting for european solidarity and strong climate protection emotional. at the c.d.u. party the watch dawn in dread not exactly drowning their sorrows but these results
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down 7 percent make for sobering reading as the party grapples with the country's shifting demographics. so i retired several there's certainly we have not been dynamic a nothing government and we fail to give convincing answers the voters across germany have expected of us. and. across town not their government coalition partners the s.p.d. it was a picture of fool frontal despair. they saw almost half their vote disappear 27 percent to 15 the party's leadership pleaded for members not to lose the faith. is mr i would like to ask all our s.p.d. members and supporters to take hot i'm still not confidently to the future even if today's results are painful they show us that we have
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a lot to do. for the far right if t. it was more a night of shot and freud than success. the biggest cheer for the s.p.d.m. c.d.u. losses. they had threatened an insurgent safe but in the end mustered 10 percent the disappointment hard to hide. the again not going to produce to repair the e.u. to reduce the e.u. to a school work that is why we have been elected and that is what we are going to do in brussels. these may have been european elections but their results may well shake up domestic politics too. well just how much could domestic politics be shaken up talk about that i'm joined by political correspondent simon young good morning simon let's look at the governing coalition for starters just how much has
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it damaged well i think it's a huge blow to the tea government policies both conservatives and social democrats have lost support compared with the last year been election 5 years ago 20 percent of the vote share between them you know so the voters are trying to say something because it's not unusual to have a sort of protest vote element at the european elections people know that it doesn't directly affect the government as it were the morning off the big clearly in the policy meetings that are happening today in the government level meeting with the leader of both both both parties it's going to be happening this afternoon with angela merkel at the chance 3 clearly going to be looking in detail what these catastrophic results for both sides particularly the s.p.d. really mean ok specially yesterday you said you said the voters are trying to tell the main parties yesterday in the c.d.u. something what are they telling them what do they want to say see change in terms of domestic policies what are the what are the big ticket items for the 2 big
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parties need to look at well i mean both parties are saying that this vote has been inspired by the climate change issue. primarily and we're seeing that in a surge in young voters who've been attracted particularly to the greens with their strong environmental protection credentials they apparently don't believe that this grand coalition government is really getting on with the program that it says that it has of doing more for the environment of course the government and running gun battle has got good environmental credentials in the sense that you know they're the ones who have followed the policy of leaving nuclear power they've got a sort of a plan to get rid of coal energy but it's not quite coming together yet and there are various other ideas on the table but not all factions the voters perhaps believe the other thing that the policies are pointing to is saying that we have got our communications right we haven't reacted. videos popping up on things on
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social media there's misinformation the whole process operates very quickly nowadays does does it was all it takes and perhaps these big big policies haven't quite caught up yet they are saying they need to do more ok and the center left we have the greens clearly connecting with a lot of disaffected s.p.d. voters and see the new voters that's where it's looking right now at least on climate change if we move over to the far right spectrum we have the f.t. they were campaigning mainly on migration has their momentum ceased they failed to connect with that issue yeah i think it's a surprise because. they haven't done as well as they would because clearly with that migration issue which has been festering for so long they've gotten a fee that can govern as their support it's very clear. they stand for a sort of super tough line and they've been able to attack of course and america's government saying you know they've left me in
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a lot of people and they have really taken enough care about these arriving in germany so it's been very easy for a populist. campaign like the f.t. have usually run to. breakthru i would say they've still done quite well they've increased their share of the vote by 50 percent so they're up there at $1010.00 or 11 percent so it's a pretty short strong showing for a party that has only really been around for a few years i think they've had wanted to see problems with communication from their own side the bills are sad some funding scandals that might have turned off a few votes is but in general they've done incredibly well particularly in the east of germany where in a couple of states at least they are now the top party and that's a huge source of fear for the government policies going into regional elections later this year briefly if you could what's your big takeaway from this european election is it mainly about issues moving the agenda forward as opposed to personalities what's the takeaway well for me i think the big thing really is the
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turnout the boost in turn out of 101213 percent from last time around in germany and it's been seeing similar trend elsewhere it says the people believe that the european union with all its faults and difficulties has got to get its act together has got to find the answers got to continue looking for the answers and particularly in this time when there are plenty of populist an anti european policies around people are saying well you know we think that european elections are worth participating in some you know thanks so much for that. this is need of you news from berlin our live ongoing special coverage of european elections i'm brian thomas for the entire our entire special election team thanks so much for being with us we'll have more again at the top of the hour by for.
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the all the world is eyeing its next big tie up chrysler presents a merger proposal to french rival renault a combination of their businesses would make the 2 companies the world's 3rd largest automaker also coming up a new political reality europe's mainstream parties take a hit and you elections will get analysis from you on what the results mean for businesses and to cull the cost of my scars reels from your favorite movies go on display in the subject. on chris colfer and roland welcome to the program. if you have chrysler is proposing a merger with french carmaker rental the italian u.s. company presented detailed plans for a merger or an earlier today and renault supervisory board is currently discussing them a merger of the 2 firms would create a world leader and help address some of the weaknesses at both rhino and feel that
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both companies have struggled with tightening emissions regulations and expensive new technologies for connected and thomas vehicles if the deal goes through both chrysler and run home but only 50 percent of the new company. will form the story let's go over to our markets man in frankfurt. only looking at the chrysler share price investors seem to really like that idea. they love it it's surging early european trading around 12 percent and so is the renault share also about 12 percent that's a huge jump especially when you look at the general market condition sure there's an element of surprise and you mentioned that both chrysler and renault of tackling huge issues and the share price really having been a battle said see your 2018 dramatic loss is there so investors very pleased that
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maybe there is a window towards a better future opening up here now tell us about the pros and cogs of this proposed merger. i think huge savings will be at the center point of the pros both say the locations are fee it says locations plans will not be at issue but it's sure to cost thousands of jobs and that in local economies where high paying jobs are crucial and of course dealing with the merger ties up management capacity and can go all right not every merger in fact not all that many really really pay off in the end just look at the time were cries for that was a disaster and so is buyers takeover of monsanto so they both have to make it work and then think again this and is also in the mix this will make it more unlikely that the sand will go into a tighter cooperation with these 2 events reporting from frankfurt only thank you.
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and stay with financial markets stock markets open strongly after this weekend's european elections in frankfurt the dax shot up 0.6 percent of the major european indices opened with similar gains now the footsie in london saw an early gain of 1.3 percent after the break that party won the election in the u.k. the euro is trading at a slight loss in the morning session generally the elections have dealt a blow to centrist parties while the parties and liberals saw major gains. for some more analysis of the european elections let's bring in holocaust meeting he's the chief economist of bet on bad bank and he joins me from our parliamentary studios this morning welcome to the program. the centrist parties took a major hit in this election what is your take away. well we see a bit of a polarization of the vote in europe on the one hand right wing parties have gained
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a little on the other hand within the mainstream groups we have seen a strengthening of the greens and the liberals at the expense of the traditional center right and center left by and large the liberals and the greens are the ones most diametrically opposed to the right wing parties so while we see a bit more of a polarized and some more fragmented parliament the good news is that the right wing is did not gain a lot now how is this shake up as you've described it as stronger greens stronger liberals also stronger populist to some degree how's the shake up likely to influence the economic policies within the. it probably won't influence the economic policies a lot we would likely see on the one hand the greens of course are game arguing for more environmental regulation especially for a faster exit from code on the other hand of course the liberal it's not very much in favor of extra regulation so let net a do not expect
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a major shift in economic policies in europe as a result of thanks and i will come back to you in a moment now one of the big winners last night was britain's nigel for raj his new brags that party emerged strongest in the u.k. while conservatism labor suffered heavy losses and here's what mr ferrars had to say on his victory this is about says no deal breaks it back on the table make it part of our gacy ations because without that you've got no chance of getting a sensible free trade deal but i want us as the brics body to be engaged in that i'll work with anybody look if it's to achieve. well speaking their august meeting back to you the new banks a party secured $28.00 of the u.k.'s $73.00 seats in the european parliament how will that impact the e.u. is position towards bragg's it which within the u.k. is still undecided i don't think this will have a major impact on the e.u.
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president 1st of all at the last european elections 5 years ago niger for august then party ukip also did fairly well so for the hard line break city and niger faraj the overall gains are actually somewhat limited and especially the e.u. 27 has said for a long time that the withdrawal agreement will not be renegotiated and i do not think that amid the political chaos that we do have in the u.k. the e.u. $27.00 will seriously shift its position it's up to the u.k. to make up its mind whether it wants to accept the deed available and move on to discuss the future or whether it does not want that what do you think reactions of business will be i mean they've been been preparing for the worst when it comes to bragg's that in the u.k. we probably have a slight shuggie higher risk now brics it and businesses may adjust even a bit more to that risk that would mean
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a slightly lower british pound which of course would mean that some u.k. equities could actually do well on that businesses are already to some extent preparing for heartbreaks at risk and that means in the somewhat still unlikely case that it happens at the end of october the impact on businesses in europe would be small and in the u.k. over the mother of this meeting chief economist at bear on deck bank thank you for tom no voter turnout for the e.u. elections was the highest in nearly a generation suggesting a growing awareness of the value of the union especially among young people that identity is also being reflected in companies who are exploiting europe's growing sense of identity in everything from just ticks to marketing. fashion made in europe produced fairly and sustainably that's what's really in the stands for the fashion house operate several boutiques in germany. there are many sustainable fashion brands but the difference between us and most of them is that
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we're really trying to do things with. this t. shirt costs $20.00 euros and the production chain starts in greece although the country's cutting production amounts for 80 percent of the e.u.'s total that's less than one percent of global cotton output most cotton used in europe is imported from asia this textile mill does things differently it uses cotton from farmers in the surrounding area and that doesn't come cheap and quality has its value as well if we europeans don't want to pay for it we have to pay someone in asia. and that means paying them for heart and often poorly paid work in the e.u. labor laws protect employees and there's a minimum wage in place at every stage like the next one sirrah lean dies it's fabric in poland. here and specifically in the area there's a complete textile manufacturing infrastructure textiles aren't just made of
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material and thread but you need you need dyeing you need you need many many other things like for example as if her and all of that is available here. this t. shirt is also created here it's cut from the dyed fabric then sewn together and finally made ready for shipping to germany. online sales are managed in the northern german city of lubec here designers are at work on new collections and stencils to print the designs on to the t. shirts and as for the shirt it's the last stop before it ends up on the store shelf . for some of the other global business story. making news on his 4 day visit to japan u.s. president donald trump has said he is confident that the 2 countries will be able to smooth over most bumps in their trade relationship by august u.s. president donald trump had recently put japanese automakers on edge after calling car imports a threat to national security israeli drug maker teva pharmaceuticals says it will
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you know just enough as a reporter in mexico one of the most dangerous countries for journalists in the world. she's one of the few reporters left in last month she's at the stage. where chapels drug cartel reign supreme. death threats are part of her daily life. than what they can kill you any time with you have a bodyguard or not. but i refuse to be intimidated and continues to work undaunted . on the way to a remote district away from last much she says she has a meeting with women who have been searching for their missing children for us. now
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it's become a search for bodies but there are so many we're going to it's full of it all of what i get all seriously all i think will stay here tonight for 3 skeletons and apparently a big gray. clay i go where the stench. or at least is this a body this one is decomposing still well if it hasn't been a long while to bust truly feel welcome and i'm going to broadcast this live song. to. get that and we want to both were in one jose rios with the searchers a. they've been here since sunrise that they were told there might be some secret graves here. they've discovered one on the scene as like in this woman's loved ones have disappeared in a family that is here we can see the bones i keep their bones here well i'm a little sad about it was most likely the women have already dug up several grave.
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4 bodies one is still decomposing the others are skeletons or it looks like a secret graveyard doesn't mean all go yes it does and if it's a secret graveyard those who are very the people here might come back and i mean they should send some security please we're scared but i'm going to get their name on the other way that. man i mean do you know is leading the group some of these women have been looking for their sons for years many were killed by members of the drug cartel and buried in anon places. over half of those who have disappeared the disappeared a c. those are thought to have been connected to the drug scene. says that this is often the case because of the poor drop prospects in the region. man and the others often dig into the areas controlled by the drug cartel and so make them their own nice. at least they told us we should stop searching otherwise the same will happen to us one day someone will find us in a grave and when we are going to put them up was. just a few
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a little safer man has now a personal bodyguard an ex order was armed and never takes his eyes off her. the search continues. after this is a body part that we found in one of the graves there is the all navea the roddy and the hand. individual body parts bones with skin and clothing remnants come to light. the smell of decay is almost unbearable for the journalists. and for the mothers what's unbearable as the uncertainty is their child this time. last year i'm glad and yet at the same time i'm sad because i don't know if it's my son or hers but i think in the end. it doesn't matter who sanity is. when. searching for them
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because we love them it feels like my heart is going to jump out my body is shaking my ear is a shot where you carry on. i'm not going anywhere if it's possible to stay here i will. i mean are you scared no no i'm not scared they've already done their worst what can they do to me now that. you're a good friend. i want to find him finally i'm waiting and waiting every day i wait. hours later the municipal police has turned up and he says that corrupt police officers involved in the up actions ordered by the cop tell the police do not deny this. one of our series bands and if you think that's his problem.
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we are not banned. there are officially over 40000 people missing in mexico but there are probably more. men and the other mothers have found almost $500.00 of them dead for their. safety after yet. more like i get my every 9 on this day alone and the police finds even more some have been dead not even for 2 weeks. there are still also a lot left to do. you know takes a different route to work every day just one of her many safety precautions we have . if i go to work like somewhere that somebody was killed and so i try to go with a colleague from a different medium. i will. report that on the for me to protect myself
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pics you. know that i do is just one of the broadcasters that will see now works for. she has known for a long time well as journalists here in the state of sinaloa they are also sufferers not since in this case there is their freedom of speech here at. almost 30 percent perhaps that's the state of our country before they used to say don't cross the drug cartels the military or the church i don't know don't cross the politicians now don't cross the politicians because they're thieves and the police at the same time they essentially today are programs ratings will go up today our guest is the woman who knows most about the security situation and seen a lot or rather the lack of it is i think so too.
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short of the oh thank you for listening yeah then we'll start off with the big story of the week. let me tell you that over the weekend rios was transformed into a gigantic graveyard 15 bodies were found. their bodies were brought to the morgue and last much chance for all those who have missing loved ones. just enough follows up on the searching month us regularly despite the fact that she has received many open threats. because here we're not quite all i remember once there was a funeral wreath with my name on it in front of my door you don't forget something like that because when it was a form of intimidation as if to say you find bodies you find dead people here you are at your funeral wreath. the threat almost became reality about 10 years ago 10 members accused her of spying for another cartel or working for the government so
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the cartel abducted her. i yes i was going to be all my life was in danger i knew they'd have to kill me or let me go but i had already seen all the faces. plus get back to come so i thought they would kill me i don't want that you know they get this yeah one of you said it was time and made this gesture ok yeah another one asked me if i had a last wish i'd like to see. may i'm about to be. there with the more they say i can say good by the. majority. i said there in the night plus you have this there in the us i have you're turning my daughters into work and. get they don't mean it but let god light your path and let you be wealthy and said go i see i think almost i now both time he looked at me and said ok nobody had ever said anything like that to him. or i will act as if he told me they usually say let me go and i'll give you money cars and land that is going
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to some time ago at that moment he put his hand on me. now toss it up on my leg and said if you're not going today she's ok yeah. this is the road where they let her go look straight ahead i told her look back once and you're dead you're coming now i walk straight on trial you'll probably see that i prayed to god for my daughters and my family. in that moment i realized i was doing the only thing. because a lot of the only things possibly on a lower we have to fight for freedom of speech so that there is no corruption no impunity has gone through we like an excuse and i've seen plenty of that but it's hard if you see. likely be on stand them and you always live with the risk if you're on the cartels list they
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can kill you at any time. in the singles but i mean with or without a bodyguard am i going to walk in a moment as if they i was by that as if they as escort that. she only really understood how close it had been when a colleague of hers was kidnapped just a few days later she knew him and had researched the drug scene with him as well 2 weeks later his body was found in black plastic bags. are that a it's me. how are you. very well. and that. the scene often visits her sister lara who looks after her youngest daughter chose a lean window scene or has a long day. was new day as she's always been very committed to her work from the
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start. the whole what was it like for me and i'm part of the most like a children's mother yeah but of the she's missed many important moments in her daughters' lives and this and larry that this was the house is gone although i'm sad that she's not here most of the time are you. still there. i'm sad because i know that something happened to her that are. solely because i know that she's not safe when she's working grow up. she's always very strong she doesn't always show her feelings so that we don't feel burdened by that move and i think that what she's doing is a very good one. and yes it is a sound that will pass and report me i know they're always worried about me which
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outlet is moving to hear it so you know i think it's his mission and they look at the end. i think the mother is an example for. what has to be don that has to be a simple 100 percent and a bit extra on top of that ok yes yes this is a long ways given 100 percent and 100 percent extra next that they'll do the same books and.
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this is deja vu news live from berlin a major shift in power in brussels after europe's voters deliver a setback to mainstream parties the traditional parties see their power diminished in european parliament parliamentary elections while climate concerns give a boost to green party. germany was the apis center of this political shift where the greens doubled their share of the vote that makes them germany's 2nd biggest party in the european parliament. and riding a wave of euro skepticism nationalist parties are also celebrating after topping the european polls in a number of come close. i'm brian thomas a very warm welcome to our special ongoing coverage of the european parliamentary
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elections europe's mainstream political parties have suffered big losses as greens liberals and nationalists of all gained ground in brussels the evil actions have also seen the biggest turnout in 20 years we'll get the very latest live from our correspondents after this look at the outcome. an electorate of over 400000000 had its say after counting began it soon became clear that voters had spoken out against the solid center of european politics. be a facing a shrinking center of the european parliament the center of those parties who believe in the future of europe wants to strengthen europe wants to have an officious approach for the future of europe it is a via face in a shrinking center that trend gave german mainstream parties their worst ever e.u. election results. while boosting the
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european far right. in france navin lapan again beat the french president's party. hungary's viktor orban spelled it out for the icing good the migration issue by itself and the reaction of the people only real will reorganize the political spectrum of the european union for the traditional party families will not play the same role in the future as they have done in the recent years socialists and democrats party list can visit france to moment call for humility as his party lost 35 seats and stressed the need for cooperation among the so-called progressive so i will repeat my proposition to work with other progressive parties in this parliament to try and build a program that addresses the aspirations the dreams and also sometimes the fear is
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of our fellow europeans those progressive parties include the jubilant greens resurgent in germany and set to become a big hitter in the european parliament women and the liberal group also made significant gains their candidate might be to the style you're now has designs on the coming european commission president comes from living in europe thank you that monopoly of power is broken. and this is of course why we can do something else and i very much appreciated it was my colleague france to milan just said that a coalition can be built of those who wants to do something. yellow vest protestors in brussels on sunday they see the e.u. is undemocratic everybody wants to change europe the fight over which way will be played out in the parliament and on the streets. as results come in from the 28 member countries of the e.u. the trends are now becoming clear here. there are the projections for seats in the
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next european parliament that search for the greens take them to 69 seats in the new parliament and the liberal all the group will take 102 seats now despite its heavy losses the center right european peoples party is still the biggest group with 167 seats and if we look at the 2 right wing populist blogs here on the right of our graphic we see them at 47 and 73 seats respectively putting them at 120 seats ok let's go live to brussels now where if you don't use teri schultz is standing by with reactions there terry europeans waking up to a new political reality today for the 1st time in 40 years the center as we've been hearing has shrunk no longer in command of the majority in the parliament what changes can it be business as usual well no brian it can't be business as usual because as we've been discussing the 2 largest political groups the european
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people's party and the socialists and democrats have lost their numerical advantages they are used to being able to make decisions in what's been called the grand coalition they didn't have to seek support from other parties now they will have to and so they simply can't continue as they have in the past and nor should it be business as usual because as we've seen european voters have reversed decades of apathetic participation in these elections to turn out in record numbers in some countries more than 50 percent of eligible voters to say that status quo simply isn't good enough anymore so while most of that passion is pro european some of us also anti european and all of those voices are going to be better represented now here in brussels ok the big turnout you just mentioned has 2 main beneficiaries on the one hand we have the greens on the left we also have the national parties on the far right will they be able to to make their new numbers i have any impact in parliament can they be ignored at this point. they can't be ignored anymore because
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as we've said the 2 largest political groups can't simply push through legislation based on banding together so they were it remains to be seen whether they can actually get policies through if you're talking about the far right and the nationalist parties who didn't show up who results didn't show up to be as large as they had expected but the large political groups will have to seek support probably from the greens from the liberals and that will make things more democratic here at the same time and for better the head of the european peoples party which remains the largest political group says he will not be working with parties that don't share the european spirit so even ahead of these new lawmakers arrival in brussels he's trying to dampen their expectations that they're going to be kingmakers oh ok terry scholz for now thanks very much for that from brussels well here in germany on a limb ackles governing coalition has been left assessing the damage after her conservatives and their social democrat partners were dealt their worst score in european
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election history now they lost out to huge gains made by the greens who've been boid by environmental concerns especially climate change meanwhile germany's far right if he managed to break the 10 percent barrier after the vote its leader alexander galland attacked the greens saying they were now the main opponent for the f.t. in europe as well as in germany. millionaire kushnick is following this for us and joins us now i'm actually on of the if the leadership has been dismissing mainstream parties instead focusing on the greens why is that. well of course we've seen that the mainstream parties both the social democrats and the christian democrats have been not gaining the results as expected and these big surprise was the big win for the green party here in germany in the european elections last night and the a.v. who has gained 1st time results over 10 percent some are approaching and because
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they are considering themselves as a kind of force against the establishment and they consider the greens another force against the establishment and they're for fighting for these votes of voices who don't want to follow the established parties anymore ok these voices against the establishment as you put it are we looking now at other further polarization of the extremes when you look at the german demographics for example. i mean we've been observing this fragmentation there for a further pluralism in the german parliament already in the 2017 federal elections d.f.t. then entered the german polish ment and the greens had gained a bit more support and with the current ground collection of both the search democrats and the christian democrats governing together of course we have a very fragmented opposition currently in the german parliament and this trend of a kind of more fragment ticed political landscape has been observed all across
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europe in this european election we see it now manifested within the european parliament received manifested within the german parliament already since the 2017 german national elections but we also see it in a lot of landscapes all across europe that we see this center left and right big tent politics these folks bhutan is the quilty in germany are losing footing. the vote is and said nice policies are gaining more tracking especially the green parties but also the populist have seen a bit of traction though not as much as expected especially in this european election ok now the german greens co-leader robert picked up on what you've been talking about there and he was talking at a press conference a short while ago let's take a listen to what he had to say they're really not to afraid of it being too much for us not the tone of talk but this is a clear mandate for an international force trying to think placed in order to have time to carry on we have to go beyond the usual political ritual and.
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indeed on retired right to exist to ensure that and this role to political support we have can be translated into a clear political its mandate for climate protect protection i'm actually i we heard the greens are calling for going beyond the political rituals what concrete plans that will they be bringing to the floor of the european parliament to roll back one of their big problems that they've been addressing the effects of climate change. well we've seen the green members of the european parliament already being quite vocal of a lot of issues and being quite forceful in those issues if you remember the big data protection law that was. ratified and agreed on last year in the european parliament that was mostly by the force of the green members especially the green. the german greens in the european parliament ever seen that they're really taking the role in the european parliament seriously and they consider this current vote
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in the european election a climate so what they want to do and what they're saying they want to do is they want to make an vironment policy at the front and center of their politics in the european parliament and also here in germany ok here in germany making climate the big issue as well how is the green success going to be playing out broadly here in germany for them. i mean we've seen them gaining more traction on the national level in the last 2 years since the national election 2017 where we seen last autumn in the state election a very a one of the biggest states here in germany is that the greens became the 2nd biggest force in the varian parliament that was a result unheard of before because the very was traditionally a very conservative parliament which had results for the varying conservatives over 60 percent and the greens already diminished that and that is because the greens here in germany have taken more than just environmental issues as their policies
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they've become very vocal on migration that become very vocal on environmental rights but also on digital rights and they've become a more broad appealing policy to the german public and that is the result we're seeing right now because they take a lot of issues on that normally were covered by these traditional center left and right parties here in germany mostly on the carter thanks very much for that. well one of the big populist winners in eastern europe in these e.u. elections is hungary's prime minister viktor or bomb i'm joined now by did their views and the connally in budapest nic good morning to you hungary's governing right wing feed winning just over 50 percent of the votes in the european parliamentary election does that mean that hungary ends are now fully behind where bombs and migration. well brought in that's exactly what viktor orban was saying to the reporters just a evening at his election party calling this
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a historic win for feed this i think this wasn't much surprise to any analysts here . he didn't really improve his vote share over the last european elections the story of yes they know it was more about the crushing weakness of hungary's pro brussels opposition divided in buy into a handful of parties that called get their act together and unite the closest challengers fetus the democratic coalition picking up less than a 3rd as many votes as viktor orban fetus lots of parties not even passing the 5 percent beriah. i think though this is definitely the terms that viktor orban had really pitched this election he said that this will they see a referendum on migration and his efforts to limit it and he's going to take this as a mandate to go back to brussels and try and push for further efforts and further measures to bring down numbers of migrants to this continent ok the migration is of course the top issue for a number of nationalist leaders in europe and italy's mattel's ovine wants to put
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together a pan nationalist platform in the european parliament will viktor orban and what will hungary be joining this path nationalist group. well i mean dick durbin's been blowing hot and cold on this i think he really seems to be delighting in sending very mixed messages so on the one hand he invited me to salvini here to budapest even took him to see his border fence with serbia that's kept migrants alex and really bring those numbers down in recent years on the other hand he didn't turn up to much material beanies gathering of the populace in milan he said for instance that he will have nothing to do with marine le pen but has been very complimentary about salvini i think for now he prefers to keep his options open he said yesterday that for him migration remains the main issue of european politics for now and for years to come and he'll work with either side i that the established conservative bloc the p.p. in which he is now or a new populist bloc in the parliament itself he set that up whichever allows him to
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do that he really isn't committing either way but it would definitely be a big move if he were to leave the p. this is someone who has been the forefront of european politics for decades he's a pro being prime minister now this last time for almost 10 years he's someone who has very close personal connections across europe center right establishment he was a darling of the west in the early ninety's when he came out as a student leader in the time of the end of communism he knows a lot of people in germany's right way center right political establishment so if you were to really jump ship and throw his weight behind metate salvini that would be something that has an impact far greater than just taking away his dozen or so any piece from that grouping in the european parliament live from budapest to diffuse think ali thanks very much for that outlook. is to britain now where the. party headed by nigel farage has triumphed our correspondent alex forrest whiting is in london she says the result is a huge blow to the ruling conservatives well it's been absolutely huge the impact
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that has brought to parties when has had particularly over the conservative party the conservative party the ruling party. who didn't come 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th but 5th in these european elections and in fact is that was a share of the vote in almost 200 years so really catastrophic for them they have lost lost so many vote tonight show for us is brics it party and there was a lot of hand-wringing about what they do now could this be the end of the conservative party and many voices this morning saying we've got to deliver bricks it deal or no deal we've got to deliver bricks it's we have to somehow pull back those voters it's not though just obviously the conservative party labor have done very badly to put from for very different reasons not because they have lost their votes to the liberal democrats the liberal democrats want to remain in the e.u.
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so you see how divided the electorate is here in the u.k. ok a divided electorate and a huge shake up let's play a sound bite now from nigel's frog laying out what he wants to see happen now we've got a deadline of the 31st of october all right that is the date which was posed to leave the european union that's implied but so what we're saying is we've got a mandate we demand to people over that with a shooting scene to get this country ready to believe whatever the 2nd so ok 2 questions right now is frauds going to be on that bracks a team and is the country going to leave as he wants at the end of october. well to the 1st question once a frog clearly wants to be on that breaks it team and i think it will then depend on who the next leader of the conservative party is and so therefore the next prime minister that is very dangerous to the conservatives will go someone like corry's johnson may decide that perhaps he has to pull him in it would be difficult because
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neither front is said so far he will not form a pact with the conservatives and he's even talking if there is a general election of contesting all some $650.00 seats in the u.k. so a big big threat to them and it would be important for the tories to try to push him away but he's a huge force as we can see as to what's going to happen with bret's it is it a done deal hell no you can't say anything about brics it is a done deal we have this deadline of the 31st of october of when the u.k. is supposed to leave the e.u. that is being put down by the e.u. by brussels but as i've said before the u.k. is so divided the politicians who sit behind me here in parliament also divided about whether they want to leave whether they don't want to leave a soft bricks in the heart breaks it a no deal bricks it so nothing can be confirmed about what will happen pap
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yet again it will come down to brussels and to europe to decide whether they want this false as it has become to continue after the 31st of october or whether they just say that sit the u.k. just has to get out ok alex thanks very much for that house for swiping. shake up in britain right now with the brits supported thanks very much. so just how disruptive inside the european parliament could the bracks it party be and euro skeptic parties in general making their substantial gains i'm joined by guts from holes political analyst to talk more about that thanks for coming in this morning after hearing what we just heard from london how concerned are you about the the disruptive force that the bracks of party will be bringing when it sends its parliamentarians to brussels and strasburg and the other far right parties that have made gains in these elections well 1st of all thank you for having me on the
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show we have a slightly different view from open society foundations than the political parties the political parties tended to make this entire election about the fate of the e.u. and we were not seeing evidence for anything like that of course the political parties had to. provides some. emotion a lot of information in order to convince people to vote for them but what we've seen now in the elections and in the results is what we've been predicting for selves before hand in the which is the right wing the right wing parties are pretty much isolated within the european parliament that will not be able to be as disruptive as that i'd like to ok we have material salvini nonetheless from italy saying he's going to spearhead a major bloc that will include france as well and do you think that that he then according to your analysis will not have that opportunity to bring the right wing positions to the table in brussels not when it comes to that you've been part of
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the european parliament is overwhelmingly pro european pro-democratic even the shifts within countries like germany the votes did not go to the extreme right they have been dispersed amongst the democratic parties so and also in other countries i mean what's so viennese won in italy it was something that we have expected it's too bad that the form of on us you know became the largest audience france actually yeah exactly but we do not expect such a big block as they would like to be the make them say a larger than the actually are ok the greens were the big winner here in germany they doubled their their results they're now bigger in the european parliament and the social democrats just behind the c.d.u. do you see them being able to as we just heard from their live press conference affects climate change that is their big issue they want to roll back the effects of climate change with with new policies including a carbon tax you see them gaining ground in the process in brussels with these
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policies. i think climate change itself has really arrived within the european parliament and the greens having this much this large turnout in the exit polls is . a very strong sign for this and the european parliament. ignore climate change the way it has in the past and in that way i think the greens will have a more louder voice in the european parliament and climate change is going to be a major issue for you to deal with in the future ok we heard from a leading c.d.u. consider german conservative who could become the president of the european commission on for a baby saying he's very concerned about their shrinking center and european politics politics are you worried about that we society foundations are worried about the state of democracy in general and we don't really care about if it's the center or center left center right as long as the values are being a bolt and most democratic parties in germany and largely in the e.u.
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do that we are not concerned about party politics we're concerned about the bigger mission that's the open society and we see it is that they're well in shape ok i want to go back to the to the far right and we heard from number of our correspondents that along with the greens their positions cannot be ignored including on migration do you see europe toughening its migration as we've seen happen specifically in italy as a nation that this could be transferred to european policies we are concerned that . continues violations of the rule of law might be happening continue string king spaces within the european union the protection of minorities being attacked continuously and this is what authoritarian parties and governments are trying to do this is the result what we see for example in italy and other european countries this is something that concerns us and this is something which that against we fight against ok i thank you very much political analyst gus foremost for coming in
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today for your comments thank you very. now how do politics interact with the media civil society and business and the business community in this euro of shifting power that's the theme of the new will global media form is just off today with an opening address by director general came to limbaugh the forum looks at the challenges facing the world at a time when many feel disenfranchised of all their faith in traditional institutions and democratic systems j.n.f. also explores the impact of shifting power structures on the international media landscape takes a look at the opportunities and challenges arising from digitalisation. or that of your host and journalist. spoke about the need for broad discussion on these topics looking at the news today. you don't call it easy to ask yourself where we're headed in the world if the issue of climate is being taken perhaps more seriously
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by teenagers rather than parliamentarians if we're in the age where. immigrants openly coult rapists criminals this world where it's becoming harder and harder to determine what's real and what's fake. interviews you just money there you can find much more about the ethical media forum at our website e.w. dot com and other international news right now u.s. president trump is in japan where he's pressing prime minister shinzo abbay to even out a trade balance with the united states the president on the 2nd day of his visit to the country where he became the 1st international leader to meet with japan's newly crowned emperor naruhito. a morning of pageantry at the imperial palace before a day of negotiations trump became the 1st foreign dignitary to meet japan's new emperor know he too since the monarch ascended to the throne. but the
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u.s. president didn't only come to japan for a salute of on a. piece pending the day sitting down with prime minister shinzo abbay to talk business we've had some great talk on trade we've had some great talk on the military and we discussed of course north korea i think we've made a lot of progress so a lot of subjects we have to do a little catch up with japan because they've been doing much more business with us we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse the balance well we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly early in the trip trump served up warnings about what he sees as an unfair trade balance he wants japan to buy more u.s. goods including military hardware. the u.s. and japan are both global financial giants unlike neighboring china japan isn't
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keen to engage in a tussle over tariffs there's no talk of an outright trade wolf and now for the 2 allies another day of diplomatic posturing lies ahead. this is interveners live from berlin we have more special election coverage at the top of the hour i'm brian thomas for the entire news team thanks so much.
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welcome to tomorrow today the science program on t.w. coming up. you probably know pinocchio the puppet with the nose that grows longer when he lives we look at the science of deception. who designs more convincingly men over women and who does it most often one study came up trumps. and female male differences are the subject of this stock this research she heads germany's 1st institute for gender bed said. a familiar scenario yesterday there was disagreement in the office today you greet your colleagues with a smile over your feeling fall from friendly dissimulation yes but it's good for social harmony. say research as other kinds of lines do the opposite though like when someone spreads false information to the best known for they are at they can
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use maybe u.s. president trump according to the washington post he has made over 10000 false or misleading statements since taking office. donald trump frequently complains long and loud about fake news and yet. you want us president himself is a master when it comes to spreading fake news. his preferred platform is twitter and fake news as part of his communication strategy he fires out tweets fast and furious but many have little or no basis in reality like the tweets from the summer of 2018 in which he accused google of being biased against him. for years according to trump when obama was president google had promoted the state of the union address but he said the tech giant stopped doing so once he moved into the white house. this claim was false. but how will this fake
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news spread via social media and how does it gain influence how does it bypass conventional media channels and across national borders and how can fake news be corrected. since. you know asserter a company based in cologne specializes in media analysis. here they traced how donald trump's google tweet spread. head of research voice due to who is fascinated by the subject because never before has there been a president who deploys false or misleading claims in such a targeted manner how successful is donald trump and why does he do it. because he doesn't care whether the lies exposed the main thing is that his own political. his own supporters believe what he says that's his chief go to further mobilize voters
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who are well disposed towards him anyway and to create an alternative public sphere to the established media system. trumps many twitter followers guarantee him a large audience his attack on google was seen 4500000 times it was shared 40000 times and liked 108000 times. before but i was led dissemination of the tweet you can see that there was a range of reactions re tweets and online articles about donald trump's tweet fake news spreads very quickly it's frequently picked up and shared most rapidly by his supporters. get tired. of the 1st media correction usually appears quite quickly but in this case it took an hour and a half until the 1st journalist it was someone at buzz feed exposed that as a lie just laughed. in 2017 donald trump
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didn't hold a state of the union address as is normally the case for a newly inaugurated president trump's 1st state of the union address took place in 2018 and google did link to that on its home page but the rebuttal only got $3003.00 tweets that's 12 times fewer than the read tweets of trump's original claim. that the general pattern fake news always spreads more than the rebuttals partly because it always has a head start. in the mean time traditional media started to pick up the issue with all its claims and counterclaims 1st in the united states and then worldwide trump achieved the maximum amount of attention with a minimum of effort. to do so. because of his huge twitter. asms the media can't ignore him he manages to set the media agenda via his twitter
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feed spirit. trump kills 2 birds with one stone on the one hand he can get his supporters onside on certain topics at the same time he forces the media to report on those topics and if the reporting is negative well you just brands that. fake news. by the way our brains can grow accustomed to lying at 1st we have a bad conscience there's a strong reaction in the mic but scientists have found that the more often we lie the smaller the reaction. telling tales is nothing new as history shows. having fun by playing tricks on people is a pastime probably as old as humanity. but people rarely invest as much time and
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effort in a practical joke as was the case here. in october 869 workers digging a well on a farm in new york state came across the fossilized corpse of a 3 metre tall giant a scientific bombshell proof that the earth was once populated by giants just as the bible says. it's only took a few weeks for scientists to expose the giant as a forgery. a chicago artist had sculpted it out of a block of gypsum 2 for new york tobacconists george hollow hollow then bury the gypsum statue in 868 a year before its discovery. powell wanted to spare no effort to get one over on his parish priest who took the bible all too literally it. was good. to give it its stony fossilised look he even appears to hundreds of thousands
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of tiny holes into the gypsum. but unfortunately not all pranks are as harmless as that quite often someone is trying to enrich themselves with their antics. one especially audacious fraud was perpetrated by bohemian con man victor last week in 1025 he sold the eiffel tower to a scrap much and ok the tower wasn't very popular among parisians to begin with and since its construction for the world exhibition in 889 it had become a little shabby. posing as vice director of the postal ministry responsible for the building. last week invited 6 wealthy scrap dealers for a few bin is precisely because they were suspicious also ask for a bribe in the form of
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a commission on top of the purchase price. that's exactly what convinced dealer on the day plus all that he was genuine he forked out a small fortune for the demolition rights so what happened well the eiffel tower is still standing. firm. another method fraudsters used to earn their daily crust is forging expensive items in particular artwork this. one definitely very talented member of this illustrious circle was comrade kuya in the 1970 s. he produced and sold paintings he claimed were done by at all at last. he only became widely known and notorious 10 years later after fabricating the so-called hitler diaries his 15 minutes of infamy. the irony is that coolio became so popular that other painters set about forging his forgeries.
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con men are the elite among the fraudsters and jokesters like wilhelm folk who dressed up as oppression captain to rob the town treasury of company. frank w. abigail was also a master of his trade even before he was 21 he'd already posed as a pilot a lawyer and a doctor in an accident and emergency unit along the way he managed to hustle some 2 and a half $1000000.00 on the side before he was finally caught. steven spielberg film his biography in 2002 but that too was a bit of a calm the real adult male isn't a patch on leonardo dicaprio. and here we are asked on facebook when did you last line and why.
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similar arias said he liked to avoid having to attend a social event. and some of us did it to avoid hurting someone's feelings. i strain i read that she lies to herself and she does something foolish and tries to justify her behavior. and then what's nice to keep from being blamed for things phones with those honest comments. how often people really lie on a daily basis is hard to prove but it seems we get better at it with a each. researchers did an experiment exploiting kids love of stuffed animals a child sits in
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a room and the stuffed animal is placed. the child is told not to know. when the reception leaves the room the child peek in 90 percent of the cases. when asked whether they followed instructions of the 3 year olds told the truth. but nearly old the 12 year olds. many adults are expert at lying with years of practice under their belts. it is sometimes said that little white lies are most common among couples. we wanted to test that hypothesis. oh. how many lies have you told today me no one got so i started as soon as i got up. my one maybe ok. so what to their respective partners say to that and who tells
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more films. we met hans-peter at the museum of allusions in hamburg he's a professor of social psychology and certainly knows a thing or 2 about deception we asked him if there are differences in the way men and women lie. just gives us a sense of duty to schmidt and we should reduce there are indeed typically men who lie in order to boast and present themselves in a positive light they exaggerate their achievements women by contrast tend to lie to maintain social relationships for example a woman my prey's her girlfriends new dress even though she doesn't think it looks great and i also told it was it's just. men boast women are nice says the professor back to our own empirical research which partner in a couple tends to lie more or prove that it's hard to once or through the stigma
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still women and. i agree. they say men and men women and men lie more often and more men lie more. in a survey true. by the science museum in london 3000 adults were quizzed about their relationship to the truth of the findings on average men lie 1900 times a year or about 3 times a day women only 7 $128.00 times about twice a day. that's interesting. you see maybe men just stay up longer. other studies have not come to such clear conclusions researching the propensity to lie involves some tricky issues. we have to we asked people how often they like today or last week but people don't keep a detailed log of all the lies so it could well be that their answers are
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themselves not truthful. that's really not so unlikely but it does look like men are more likely to admit that they lie because. it is often said that women are simply more bare faced liars is that really the cakes. just got to be yes i don't think there's such a big difference. at the university of reagan's birth conducted an experiment in which hundreds of men and women die and noted the number without supervision the one was worth one euro to 2 and so on. except for the 6 which was worth nothing. since nobody was watching the participants could lie shamelessly and write down any number they liked. since rolling any number from one to 6 is equally probable the average payout should be 50. in fact it was 3 year olds 40 for
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women and 3 year olds $58.00 for men. so is it actually men who are the more brazen liars professor thinks it's more complicated than that . and i think it depends in part on the situation if it's about economic success and how much i can make that's very often more important to men than some women. that. if we created a different situation in which say it's about maintaining a relationship and being nice which typically women are more concerned about the men the results would probably be the other way around. or do women just lie more. that 2 is something one often hears.
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women are just smarter. but women are a bit cleverer. i would say definitely. which leads to our next little experiment. how many times have you lied to him today. today. maybe once. we just asked your girlfriend how often she's 15. today do you think she said because of the flu what do you mean . to me not to talk. she said once what do you say to that. 3 or 4 times why what do you think she said i once. tried 3 or 4 times. that surprised nope and the other way around how often have you lied. straight or 4 times now well ask your wife. yeah i heard
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a song it's before well before we went out this morning he was pulling my leg a bit 3 or 4 times what i want to well. he might be an exception. psychologists say men often break when they lie avert their gaze. and cross their legs so they are often caught out whereas women look you in the eye even when they lie if there is a give away it's that they might turn red. what's more women tend to be good at seeing through the lies of their male partners. conditions. women tend to have a better memory when it comes to social situations 6 months later they might recount exactly what you said then and now you're saying something different men aren't so interested in social situations and tend to forget everything off for a few days if a woman says something different
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a couple of weeks later her husband won't even notice. forgetting the minute of human interactions could be beneficial in certain circumstances much they could save your life. so if the experts are to be believed and our research is reliable men lie a bit more but women do it better and little white lies can sometimes help maintain the. peace in relationships. if out what is right why are they allowed to do you have the science question that you've always wanted answered we're happy to help out send it to us as a video text ovoid spam if we answer it on the show listen you're a little surprised as a thank you come on just ask. this week's question comes from diesel hartman in the united states. hold true to the body.
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with the very 1st way alcohol starts entering the bloodstream by the membranes in the lining of the mouth and is absorbed continually through the stomach in small intestine. the blood then distributes the substance quickly all over the body eventually attend to every one of its systems. in the brain alcohol alters hormone production which changes how signals are processed. has an impact on how the organ functions. in smaller amounts alcohol generally causes drinkers to feel some euphoria but when levels rise a small drinks are consumed it begins to affect reaction times and vision the system of muscles the focus is the ice is quite complex. meanwhile around the clock the liver is busy breaking down toxins like alcohol but that process creates a home fall into media product a compound classified as
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a costs imagen that can attack cell membranes. ready ready consuming just a few grams of alcohol pads or you can have long term effects on the body. and regular excessive consumption can cause the brain to shrink. it also affects the liver which grows harder and less able to break down toxins. and alcohol encourages the development of abdominal fat which is linked to the development of diabetes and cardiovascular disease by the way the same amount of alcohol well as a rule has less of an effect on a mountain than a woman that's because women have more cuts in their bodies proportionately than men and less water which increases alcohol concentration in the bloodstream. ready and here again is how to contact us send in your questions and comments.
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there are many male female differences in medicine women tend to have more to mean diseases for example involving the thyroid gland while men have a higher risk of sudden cardiac death and men and women metabolize medications at different rates we need germany's leading expert on gender medicine. now. my name is very for me gets sacked all slick then pop as though i'm a professor at the charlotte a. indeed they like to and i'm the director of the only institute for gender in medicine in the exists here in germany. is personally hard boiled fish then over the years people have frequently told me there are used to be such an excellent research or why are you involved in this nonsense now. wonders what and it was quite
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a struggle to explain to people that researching the differences between men and women in medicine isn't nonsense but something that's desperately needed since and is sun and vast hoaxed north when they goes. from biased beauty tomboy rooting for example through on political drugs a powerful drugs that work by dissolving a plot that caused a heart attack because the novels. when these drugs were developed no one ever considered what would happen if you gave it for example to a woman who is menstruating you happen to have a period of time a man does an hour fall get good somebody has been able to tell you all the hard your monitor put on hard. on money for an os reagan had me a friend of mine from sweden told me about just such a case or not there was a woman who was having a period when she had a heart attack on women and no one knew whether they could treat her with the trumbull little whether she would lean to death or dobson no one had thought about her. name and.
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by guns fear and we have found huge gender differences in a whole range of illnesses which unfortunately have not really been taken into account to medical care or in the development of new therapy used and. how a moment of a more frequent mattick disorders they suffer from auto immune diseases more than men are men have other problems for example men make up 90 percent of the cases of sudden cardiac death. there in order to examine the energy metabolism of the heart more closely and we dissected the hearts of male and female minds. men this year order by mouse health and some bio spira only then isolated heart fibers and placed them in a small chamber in the in which the heart muscle cells continue to live and use
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oxygen all saurashtra firepower hold on my eyes and mostly you see that the female cells breed more efficiently and intensively for the male with men and we still to that easter journey for example increases the absorption of energy. actually i do think that the neglect of the differences between men and women largely stems from the fact that the leading figures in medicine are men who run staffs delight fig one in their made it seen the manners and i can remember one incident during a gala dinner when i left the room in response to a speech by a male colleague of her loss and. said that most women are good looking and that's why they should be included in research groups and or and thus ones in deaths when
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in far the engine isn't ordered. as club this is listed and i think it's important that women and men appreciate that in medical terms for their different in their maybe a teenaged life sent and in other words men and women should be aware of the fact that they have a biological sex that has an impact on all areas of life heart fresh in iran live in spies and also well. artificial intelligence is expected to influence most aspects of our lives in the upcoming years what exactly is ai but it was some of the latest developments join us next week on tomorrow today to find out season by.
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business today we're going to fly from the far left a major shift in power in brussels after europe's motors deliver a setback to mainstream parties traditional parties see their power diminished in european parliamentary elections all climate concerns composed of green parties. germany was that epicenter of this political. for the greens and doubled their share of the vote that makes them germany's 2nd biggest party in the european parliament. and riding a wave of dissent chatman nationalist parties are also celebrating after topping the european polls in a number of countries. on a welcome to our special ongoing coverage of the european parliamentary elections
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europe's mainstream political parties have suffered big losses as greens liberals and nationalists have gained ground in brussels the e.u. elections have also seen the biggest turnout in 20 years we'll get the latest from our correspondents less analysis after this look at the out. an electorate of over 400000000 had its say after counting began it soon became clear that voters had spoken out against the solid center of european politics. be a facing a shrinking center of the european parliament the center of seuss' parties who believe in the future if you want to strengthen europe wants to have an impish is approach for the future if you will but it will be a face in the shrinking center that trend gave german mainstream parties their worst ever e.u. election results. while boosting the
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european far right. in france naveen lapan again beat the french president's party. hungary's viktor orban spelled it out when i sing the migration issue by itself and the reaction of the people only below reorganize the political spectrum with the european union called the traditional party families we're not playing the same role in the future as they have done in the recent years socialists and democrats party list can visit france to moment call for humility as his party lost 35 seats and stressed the need for cooperation among the so-called progressive so i will repeat my proposition to work with other progressive parties in this parliament to try and build a program that addresses the aspirations the dreams and also sometimes the fears of our fellow europeans those progressive parties include the jubilant greens
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resurgent in germany and set to become a big hitter in the european parliament women and the liberal ouda group also made significant gains their candidate my creative a style year now has designed on the coming european commission president comes from living in europe thank you that monopoly of power is broken. this is of course why we could do something else and i very much appreciate my colleagues trying to move on just set that a coalition can be built of those who wants to do something. protesters in brussels on sunday they see the e.u. democratic everybody wants to change europe the fight over which way played out in the parliament and on the streets. as results come in from the 28 member countries of the european union the trends are getting clearer here are the projections for seats in the next european parliament.
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cerned. parties all across europe took. in the new parliament the liberal all. 100 by its heavy losses the people's party is still the biggest group with 167 seats and look at the 2 right wing populist blogs here on the right of our graphic we see them on. $73.00 putting them at $120.00 all together. to get the bigger picture now i'm joined by the he works for the institute for european politics here in berlin a major boost for green and far right parties in these polls right and left parties in the center left a bit diminished is this a direct punishment of the traditional parties or have voters priorities shifted
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well i would say it is a direct punishment in the sense that it would come as a surprise we saw this shift already during the last years it was gradual but there was sort of the like a continuous decline of both the member part of the european peoples party and the social democrats west the liberals. just rising bit by bit over the last year is what comes of it as a surprise is the greens we didn't see that in the post before but also the greens during the last year had by the time better results than before so i would say that this is rather a long time development which could not functional punishment for the bigger part as well despite a strong showing in countries like france like italy like hungary that predicted surge of the far right didn't quite materialize in the way. analysts thought it
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would well they say i won't be able to say policy i mean. well i would indeed say that it is rather consolidation for the far right than the. we had this 5 years ago 5 years ago the far right really gained a lot of seats and now they are consulate i think they are gaining some will probably but not that much. beyond losing either. as to the influence of the european parliament or what they have in parliament works mostly based on a kind of a grand coalition between the parties of the center and. although the people fighting the social democrats won't have a majority the liberals and the greens still have a comfortable majority so i would predict that if you look at the european parliament alone the influence of the right thing parties voting to be as big as the hype is still during the last years we have seen the far right parties have
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entered the government and several member states so they could have some influence over the council and this of course could shift the dynamics in the way i was in the european parliament because until now we have seen that the right thing parties if not been very constructive in the parliament not been interested in a very active involvement and parliamentary politics and if they gain in power in the council and see the possibility to really shape european policy this of course could change the attitude in the parliament too but they have yet to and with the development in austria doesn't seem right now that the far right is really been in power in the council just now let's look at that and that shift in attitude that you are pointing at because it has already happened in a certain way euro skeptic populist have shifted from wanting to abandon the block to wanting to reshape it with ben. is that
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a consequence of the bricks and fiasco where does that that shift in attitude come from it's a popular consequence of the brics it. and well it's simply obvious that the brics it didn't work out well for the united kingdom so the idea of capping it isn't very attractive on the continent but i think it is also a shift in what as i said and the question of influence over the council so it now looks more attractive full of the right thing to to seek to change shipping policy because now they they have this opportunity and i think it was also a question all of the topics which were employed during the last years during the migration crisis the right thing positions where not so far from the from the writing of the p.p. so the was kind of a continuity between the far right and the center right in this migration prizes which just opened the opportunity for the ride to present themselves as well kind
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of representing and acceptable point of view in this with this is you i think this is changing now a bit. of course is under a lot of stress how to deal with the far right on how to deal with fetuses specially as a kind of the bridging party. but there is also in the way the sensation that we'll just shouldn't let the far right dominate joan that and one of the of the institute for european politics here in berlin thank you very much for your analysis thank you. as we've just been hearing it only as far at least party has posted historic gains in these elections and took a 3rd of the a telling and vote i will be one of the biggest parties in the european parliament the result is likely to further cement monday also means a grip on the government in rome but he also has his eye on leaving the populist charge to open the status quo and that is it. or should today
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i contacted viktor orban. nigel farage arena pan and other new and future alliance measures for either. of those people or if we have the old together we could make up a group of as many as 100 or 150 e.u. parliamentarians for the region version. they don't ways correspondent tom asperin joins us now from milan thomas we've just heard the league partings leader mentos i mean speak in there so has a win is a victory in italy provided the springboard so building that pan nationalist but while he certainly believes that is the case and that's something that he repeated today he also mentioned that earlier this morning at 1 o'clock in the morning when he stormed into this room here to talk to the journalists about what he obviously described as a very big victory for his party and his goal is indeed as we just heard in the
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sound bite to try and form an alliance with other like minded groups in europe he has already stressed that he will obviously focus on migration which has been his key topic in the last few months but he also spoke right here about fiscal issues about defending the workers in italy reducing unemployment there was even talk of maybe reopening fiscal talks with the european union those are issues that sardinia has mentioned he wants to bring to that european parliament now that he has led a party that is becoming one of the key parties in a european platform what is absolutely clear is that it doesn't view his spotty as one that is regional or that he's only based within each of these borders he clearly sees his party one that transcends into these borders and one that want to have an impact at a european wide level something that he stressed in both press conferences that he has held here since we heard those results from italy. well let's also have an impact on national politics and italy. while most italians
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journalists actually ask about the impact that these results could have internally because he has been a lot of speculation that a good result by their leak could actually spell in a way the end of each of his governing coalition salvini stressed on both occasions right here that he has no intention of doing so that the coalition has a strong mandate from the tally and voters and that he wants to get back to work but dot that said there is still speculation about what it could all mean in particular because the coalition partner the 5 star movement did not have a very good result here in fact according to the results have been the latest results they are the 3rd party here in italy behind the p.d. the center left democratic party so for them it wasn't a very positive night so there is still a lot of speculation as to what it could all mean but salvini stress on various occasions right here that he has no intention of leaving the coalition they don't
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waste time asperin lonmin thinks. another country or a nationalist party has come out on top as poland has crossed over a mountain to correspondent a libya courthouse and marcel alegria european council she don't want us to express confidence that water's not succumb to the approach of what he called radical political movement and 0 sceptics but poland's ruling nationalist law and justice party is expected to come 1st in the election there does that mean has been proven wrong. this means the 2 sco was wrong just was actually right because in poland a vote for peace is not it's not a risk uptick did not dare to talk about a poll exit or to say very the risk of the things and the pain as most of the polls are a fan of the european union so basically what we have to remember is also that we have poland elementary elections and half a year the campaign here was very much about social benefits that's hope peace
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could win also interesting to note we have 2 far right nationalistic party which are quite further right than pieces and they did not seem to get into the parliament. what about the pan nationalist platform that some far right leaders want in the european parliament well the line justice party thrown support behind. him they they actually will not be able to convince kaczynski and peace to join them as russia's problem piece is very very much against putin against russia most of the polish people are so nice relation to putin is really a problem we could see that he was here and more so in general but that later if peace pull the citizens would not trouble to me learn to treat 2 to meet soviet god and so probably peace will be stuck in between the conservatives and the very far right populists in brussels which will put it in a very yes in
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a very problematic situation if it wants to be very influential in brussels t.w. correspondent in warsaw thinking limits. and germany are called governing coalition has been left assessing the damage after her conservatives and their social democrat partners went out their worst score in european election history and lost out to big gains made by the greens who have been borne by and wire mental concerns meanwhile germany's far right and team managed to break the 10 percent bare. here after the vote as player alex and i attacked the green saying they were now the main opponent in europe as well as in germany. degrees in truth when still hold the greens are our main adversaries the greens are the ones ruining germany and the greens want to ban the combustion engine want to end coal mining. that's why we have to fight against the greens. we need came from that is the main goal
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that's how it has to be the main goal in german parliament as well. c.d.u. has gained nothing with its new leader for the last and they dropped to a really low level for the social democrats finished as a mainstream party and. they'd always maximally on a caustic joins us now like something out of the a.n.c. leaders have dismissed the mainstream parties as their enemy focusing instead on the greens one well of course the far right populist alternative for germany a of d. has been considering themselves as the voice against the establishment in the last couple of years they wanted to be the ones that actually make the german people's voices heard in the political spectrum and we same then this election result of the european election is that the greens have been speaking more to what a german people want to say and of course the i have to now blames the greens for having created supposedly that's what they. says hysteria about climate policy they
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think that their suggestions by the green party are on funded and that the greens are set out and i quote to ruin germany by making climate protection their main goal in this upcoming circle of the european have a very prominent so are we looking at a further polarize ation on opposite sides of the political spectrum as we've seen elsewhere. yes of course and we've seen this in germany special especially but also across europe that we see for the fragmentation as it's called of the political landscape and in germany this has been most prominently documented in the 2017 national elections when the a of d. the far right populace entered the german national parliament the born this talk and we've had for the 1st time 6 parties in this parliament but we've also seen this more and more across europe in germany it's put it interesting because germany was always one of those countries across europe that had those central left and
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right strong national like mainstream parties the so-called folks but-i and the people's parties as they're called here in germany and those parties especially social democrats and the christian democrats have lost the last here in the european election in germany but that's also something we've seen across europe as i quickly take a listen to what the german greens co-leader about how big had to say in a press conference earlier today before not to afraid of it being too much for us but the tone of talk is but still this is a clear mandate for an international force constantly placed in argument time to start to confront we have to say that if you go beyond the usual political ritual and harvey to india and retired right exists in charge of that and this role to political support we have what can be translated into a clear political its mandate for climate to protect protection. and i added back to you the greens are calling this
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a european victories for the climate what concrete plans will they bring to the floor of the european parliament to roll back the effects of climate change. yes the german and the european greens have been calling this european election a vote on climate and climate votes and we've seen them supporting a lot of those who've come out in their quest for forcing governments on more. action on the climate policy we've seen the greens being very strongly behind those movements of young people across europe and here in germany the fridays for future movements where young students have gone on a school strike to protest for more climate action and what they want to do in the european parliament especially but also here in germany is to show that there needs to be more done especially in terms of the paris climate agreement we've seen in cost of it's at the last climate summit that happened in december 2018 that the nations who are part of this climate conference haven't delivered on more ambitious goals to and global warming and to. the cost of the carbon emission and the
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greens here in germany are very at the forefront of making that happen by all scheme also for germany to exit the coal industries mike so i am a caustic thank you very much after the election german president commented on the problems facing the democratic institutions he was speaking via video link to the world global forum hosted by w in bonn steinway a center of have been distracted by a number of issues. over the past 3 years we've definitely been too preoccupied with ourselves and one part of the problem has been europeans trying to figure out what europe means to them. breck said and its consequences have dominated the management of the european union management to the management it will be on your own a lot of resources were taken up in trying to find a solution to it which still hasn't been found and that's why yes behind the
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attempts to find a solution to brush it and other issues other topics were shunted too much to the side of the team and feud survived in the good. w.'s global media form and bond deals with various issues including the growing influence of social media and how in summation or this information is power but who really holds that power and politics and society as also a question being asked at the annual forum and kicked off today with an opening address by general peter lim book a forum looks at challenges facing the world at a time when many feel disenfranchised and have lost their faith in traditional institutions democratic system so you must also explores the impact shifting power structures on the international media landscape and take a look at the opportunities and challenges arising from digitalization the cold. you can find more about the global media form on our website that's w dot com now
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let's look at some of the other stories making news around the world. france's interior minister says police have arrested a 24 year old man suspected of carrying out last week's bomb blast in leone officers have been searching for a man cycling near the scene of the explosion 13 people were wounded with many requiring hospital treatment. fighting has broken out again outside the disputed yemeni city of taiz english to the internationally recognized government fired on positions held by hussein rebels pro-government forces claim they are advancing but say at least 10 of their fighters have been killed in recent days. 2 protest leaders and switch on have called for a 2 day general strike on choose day and one say it's her latest bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian led a horrible main opposition party says it won't support the strike
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a sign of divisions within the country's pro-democracy movement. here's president donald trump is in japan where he's pressing prime minister shinzo to even out a trade balance with the united states trump is on the 2nd day of his visit to the country where he became the 1st international leader to meet japan's newly crowned emperor now with. a morning of pageantry at the imperial palace before a day of negotiations trump became the 1st foreign dignitary to meet japan's new emperor know he too since the monarch ascended to the throne. but the u.s. president didn't only come to japan for a solution of on a. peace spending the day sitting down with prime minister shinzo albury to talk business. we've had some great talk on trade we've had some great talk on the military and we discussed of course north korea the group made
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a lot of progress there a lot of subjects we have to do a little catching up with japan because they've been doing much more business. with us we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse the balance well we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly early in the trip trump served up warnings about what he sees as an unfair trade balance he wants japan to buy more u.s. goods including military hardware. the u.s. and japan are both global financial giants unlike neighboring china japan isn't keen to engage in a tussle over tariffs there's no talk of an outright trade war for now for the 2 allies another day of diplomatic posturing lies ahead. for some business news now and a potentially major shake up on the global car market carmaker chrysler is
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proposing a merger with france's renault and create one of the largest automakers in the world. knows supervisory board is discussing a merger asked proposed by fiat's chrysler meanwhile on a french talk show the company's largest shareholder the government is supportive of equal pay and to get the government as favorable to the move but as a rental shareholder we must look into the conditions of the deal after all the conditions of this merger must be good for the economic and industrial development of one old but also for the employees in. the proposed merger would bring together 2 of the world's top 10 car makers and it could create a new number one in the global market more importantly both companies feel they could help each other get past their weaknesses or noise looking for a better footing in the u.s. car market meanwhile feel chrysler could use a strong partner to move ahead with new technologies including the mobility and
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autonomous driving. you're watching to double your special coverage of the european election your arms the mainstream political parties have taken a hit and sunday's elections for the european parliament the highest voter turnout in 20 years has to right wing populist parties make significant gains. but concerns about climate change are also approach to greensboro across a bloc especially in germany where the greens doubled their share of the vote and german green party leaders said the parting with now at the center of the political landscape and has to deliver on its goals. for washington dillinger's from berlin more news coming up at the top of the hour and don't forget you can get all the latest headlines and information around the clock on our web site at stake w dot com i'm controlling i mean everybody here in berlin thanks for tuning it.
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digital advances are transforming the world is humanity ready for it. this time concentration mom is heading to india where violence against women has spiraled out of control how can a new technology help stop this dangerous trend of. breaking silence ending mileage the founders valley. next month w. sometime in the 26 to you my great granddaughter who people are. but with the world be like in your life time in around half
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a century. when i was there were 3000000000 people you will share the planet with 9000000000. your world around true degrees warmer. inevitably sea levels rise by at least one meter a century. we're going to have some climate impacts we turn greater than the small pretty. it's really frightening quatro apps. why aren't people more concerned. starts to do 1st on d.w. .
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thing. i'll say it if you. you. and me. i'm from a family where my father was an alcoholic and you know ribault victims of domestic violence and so i felt at some point when i was financially independent i would like to work on women's rights and then once the got a gang rape took place and that was really the impetus for me to focus on sexual violence in public spaces i imagine and how i experience it as well is that there is a lot of shame in port on you know at the victim and not necessarily encouraged to speak up so i must i must admit that before i started doing this work i have not shared my story and once i started doing this work i said to myself if i'm expecting someone else to tell their story then i should be ready to tell my and i
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think that's also what you want to achieve on a big scale with your organization right you you want to give women the power to why it's what has happened to them and true shared their stories absolutely because you know we are talking about young girls who feel they can achieve anything and they are feeling and being. you know they don't see the differences between them and the boy but somewhere as they're growing up you know society put those pressures in those pressures to say you want to be caesar so you do this you can do this you must not go out in the night except and what we are trying to do with safe city used to say you can do anything it's not your fault if something happens to you and as a society as a collective as a community the need to address it. in
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disgusts me. because they just cannot get be in range of this 50 year old mind. make sure you had seen me abusing me and the chain out of my my. my mind this aid you shouldn't have opened the doors. vein i did open the door it did happen to me. but to the north did not mean victim never could. i am still so i and all these b. and o. no matter how much it haunts me. no mado how. good i am even now. i still have the guts to face the wasn't dead and that this happened to me and yet be unfazed because now i know it was not very far and.
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i. eat. i have seen very lucky that i had never experience real violence i think there is probably an old woman out there it hasn't experienced some form of sexual harassment you know all the it is staring you in the propre at all months but that's of course at different level everyone will have to experience while i'm still want to man and there are so many of. an empty mobile lab.
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and. i work a lot with social entrepreneurs all around the world so coming here my key question is how can we really use technology to create change in a topic that the so complex so deeply rooted in mindsets and cultures and cave year that often exists for generations. it is about dominating the other. you begin to. lose. in essence women are
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considered worth less than men and women are considered to be weaker actually be naïve. they're almost treated like objects. and for them to come from a society where there were no god those to a society where there were the you know the bosses. with it's become who do disagree so women the more they're fighting that seem species and that frustrates men. i was growing up in an area where my dad comes from a military background so he wouldn't staying with us all the time so it was me my mother and my sister and i was raised by 2 women that i was raised by my mother and my industry because that's how it happened and then my mind and home was a lot different than outside because once you go outside you know it is the picture of the which you are seeing so you had a pretty strong female role model and yes basically i delayed this some great
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disparity because it started so i was in the you know i was 1012 years old and i would go out to play in the evening so i could play that 730 my sister had to play till 630 i mean these are the small things which as a child you know just like my duty i get the privilege of an extra. she didn't did you feel i was maybe because your parents were more concerned about security for your sister or sorry is that more and even to live a i mean it's one of the worst things but if you have to go $1030.00 in the night to buy something you know especially if it seems to be normal all right stand so it's normal that women don't have it after 10 and it's a new norm and why is it the norm and why is no one telling these things i mean it's normal for people women not to drive 218 intel the why is it normally i mean we have to start asking questions why this is the moment. to do this to you just the idea of forming leaflets to make
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a 1000000000 people see. that's the moonstruck perspective and good team in the next 2 years in office. he so he started looking at jewelry something like this. it's going to start with a smartphone because you're smartphones and you post it in your wallet and you can be sure that he would double press this and it sends a letter to your friends and family people that you get in manger and then they call in the put a stick and. few things about it. and that's what we did so from that was your prototype 1st version basically be sure you print the 1000 units of this so i mean it went to the market and mutilated if things have to work it has to work without a smartphone you need something which does not have a smartphone to walk with so we went ahead and made something which was actually bigger it had its own ad of like the next iteration of your product i think yes it has its own sim card it's on g.p.s. connectivity. and if you are in problem all you do is press this and as soon as you
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press it gives the s.o.s. to a friend and family and people again come in ok relays one major problem relays that no matter how much you're a lot who's going to spawn and that's something which we started working on. lose. lose. lose lose lose lose lose this. is not country the police to population ratio it's to huge for us to rely on just from the police. so what you're planning to do is basically build a system within the sporting goods and place people who are willing to come forward and put out and there's already a market for that i'd like india has a lot of safety security companies there are over 3000 companies indians here at itself and there are 7000000 people employed in that so that's meant to be up
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everything late now to where we are building the responders there group of people who can actually come in and see people out. to solution that apps to tack to pick to our official intelligent and. it can solve certain aspects of the problem it can contribute to change. but it will not go deep enough to really change mindsets and change perceptions. but changing mindsets and these perceptions that that will take years maybe decades maybe generations and. i think it's wrong to wait for that i think however we can let's use those technologies to create influence and change at a level where we can but let's not think that those are the only solutions we also
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have to think of other ways much more grassroots ways of how we can change mindsets too and violence against women. there's a superhero or a girl that actually had been raped. that is already a big change in perception because usually we're talking about the victims we're not talking about a girl that got great assed superhero. she is on a mission to free women who have been victims of acid attacks. or
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a man throwing acid on a woman is to force her to feel the shame guilt i'm just staying in her house for the rest of her mind. eating almost like. those scars from the acid attacks and so on is that. everybody will know that you did something. and. stop acid attacks are all made john boehner was drop us a big acts. 2000 i need a hug but i challenge you must face the if you tell people all men he would look like the oh my god mephisto if i can he children no one no money no will go we need
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the will. the just make i have walk much and i can make you a that's had i do good the many of these in the quick mail more the up the nay man the money lecture me had so many. man that by the key oh.
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what kind of city that we believe what great cities do we want. i think violence against women and sexual harassment today is clearly a global. jihad did die eventually probably because of the being done to the beach of public spaces. my vision is to improve the access. and the rights of women and girls to access all opportunities in cities around the world. and technology from me is an enabler in that safety pin as a technology which helps to collect data that allows both women and girls to move more freely in the city at the same time it provides data to key stakeholders such as city governments to make the changes.
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in delhi we actually used our data to show the government that there were about 7800 dark spots in the city right the pop artist of the city have absolutely no life no street live there so the day that the government actually use that data to say we will improve the street lights ok and then they have now come back to us saying can you again map the city and tell us now one has a lighting been improved but secondly other other problems. so lighting is only one that has the lighting improved yes in some spots i think about almost 70 percent of the points the finger pointed out have been fixed wound but there are other dark spots so now we have to go back this is the city is
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a dynamic space. so campana as app part of her solution you have that tracking option so you can click if you want that somebody can track you and i think there's 2 sides to that one in the word individual chooses to do data and you can also choose which content the one who follow you on and so it could also be your mom or you know anybody that you that you trust and hansen's this feeling of security can see you know somebody knows i'm going somewhere and if something happens in between at least somebody from large. on the other and a lot of man used these tools to stalk their partners or ex-partners and
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so they can be abused and of course we're also producing a lot of data and sometimes we're not really sure who was using that day time for what purpose. it shouldn't be the norm that a woman has to have a safety tracking installed to be ok to be out there that cannot be to goal. i feel one of the most horrible fact. savored violence against women is. the fact that it's happening in about 90 percent of all cases in your family or circle of
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friends or neighbors. and i feel that this one of the saddest facts in this whole story because it means the place that should be your safe haven is actually not as a moderator i cannot imagine that i. would not speak up and take every action i could if my daughter would tell me that she was touched inappropriately or worse and change needs to happen on both and a woman needs to understand a girl meets understand that her boundaries need to be respected and what it means if they get over it is that i'm to say it was true for men. and i think it's all the more important to me that we use what ever the means to change those traditional.
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this is the w. news live from berlin a major shift in power in brussels after europe's voters shunned the 2 traditional mainstream parties the center left and the right lose out to the liberals and greens will make significant gains across the long been rising and vironment concern. and nationalist parties are celebrating today after talking to europeans in a number of countries. can it be the end of the road for the fustian klutzes austrian government his former coalition partner in the far right freedom party is threatening to motion of no confidence will go live to be an up for the late. uncle for life welcome to our special ongoing coverage of the european
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parliamentary elections. arabs in mainstream political parties have suffered big losses as greens liberals and nationalists have gained ground and brussels elections have also seen the biggest turnout in 20 years i'll get the latest from our correspondents plus analysis after this look at the outcome. an electorate of over 400000000 had its say after counting began it soon became clear that voters have spoken out against the solid center of european politics. be a facing a shrinking center of the european parliament the center of seuss' parties who believe in the future if you want to strengthen europe wants to have an officious approach for the future if you will it is obvious facing the shrinking center that trend gave german mainstream parties their worst ever e.u. election results. while boosting the
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european far right. in france naveen lapan again beat the french president's party. hungary's viktor orban spelled it out for i sing the migration issue by itself and the reaction of the people only real reorganize the political spectrum with the european union called the traditional party families will not play the same role in the future as they have done in the recent years socialists and democrats party list can visit france timmerman called for humility as his party lost 35 seats and stressed the need for cooperation among the so-called progressive i will repeat my proposition to work with other progressive parties in this parliament to try and build a program that addresses the aspirations the dreams and also sometimes the fear is
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of our fellow europeans those progressive parties include the jubilant greens resurgent in germany and set to become a big hitter in the european parliament women and the liberal aldred group also made significant gains their candidate my creative a style year now has designs on the coming european commission president comes from living in europe thank you that monopoly of power is broken. and this is of course why we can do something else and i very much appreciated it was my colleague france to milan just set that a coalition can be built of those who wants to do something. yellow vest protestors in brussels on sunday they see the e.u. is undemocratic everybody wants to change europe the fight over which way will be played out in the parliament and on the streets. as results come in from the 28 member countries of the european union the trends are getting clear here that for.
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actions for seats in the next european parliament socialists and democrats are set to when 151 seats will see that surge for the greens who look likely to take 69 seats in the new parliament and the liberal alder group will take 102 seats despite its heavy losses the center right european peoples party is still the biggest group 167 seats and if we look at the right wing populist blocs here on the right of our graphic on $47.00 seats and $73.00 seats putting them $120.00 seats all together. to get the bigger picture now i'm joined by the he works for the institute for european politics here in berlin a major boost for green and far right parties in these polls right and left parties in the center left a bit diminished is this a direct punishment of the traditional parties or have voters priorities shifted well i wouldn't say there's a direct punishment in the sense that it would come as
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a surprise we saw this shift already during the last years it was gradual but there were also the like a continuous decline of both the member part of the european people's party and the social democrats the liberals. just arising bit by bit over the last year is what comes of it as a surprise the greens we didn't see that in the post before but most of the greens during the last year had by the time better results than before so i would say that this is rather a long time development which she could not functional punishment for the bigger part as well despite a strong showing in countries like france like italy like hungary that predicted surge of the far right didn't quite materialize in the way. analysts thought it
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would well they say will be able to shape policy i mean well i would indeed say that it is rather a consolidation of the far right than. we have 5 years ago 5 years ago the far right really gained a lot of seats and now they are consulate i think that gaining some will probably not that much but they are losing either. so the influence of the european parliament or what they have in parliament works mostly based on a kind of a grand coalition between the parties of the center and. these parties although the people fighting the social democrats won't have a majority of the liberals and the greens they still have a comfortable majority so i would predict that if you look at the european parliament alone the influence of the right thing parties vote just be as big as the hype is still during the last years we have seen the far right parties have
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entered the government and several member states so they could have some influence over the council and this of course could shift the dynamics in the way i was in the european parliament because until now we have seen that the right thing parties if not been very constructive in the parliament not been interested in a very active involvement and parliamentary politics and if they gain in power in the council and see the possibility to really shape european policy this of course could change the attitude in the parliament too but they have yet and that the development in austria doesn't seem right now that the far right is really winning power in the council just now let's look at that and that shift in attitude that you are pointing out because it has already happened in a certain way euro skeptic populist have shifted from wanting to abandon the bloc to wanting to reshape it with then. is that
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a consequence of the bronx and fiasco where does that that sifts in attitude come from it's partly a consequence of the brics it. and well it's simply obvious that the brics it didn't work out well for the united kingdom so the idea of copping it isn't very attractive on the continent but i think it is also a shift in what as i said and the question of influence over the council so it now looks more attractive for the right thing to seek to change shipping policy because now they they have this opportunity and i think it was also a question of of the topics which were important during the last years during the migration crisis the right thing positions when not so far from the well from the writing of the p.p. so the was kind of a continuity between the far right and the center right in this migration prizes which just opened the opportunity for the to present themselves as well kind of
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representing an acceptable point of view in in this with this is you i think this is changing now a bit. of course is under a lot of stress how to deal with the far right on how to deal with fetuses specially as a kind of the bridging party. but there is also in the way the sensation that well just shouldn't let the far right dominate your own agenda. of the institute for european politics here in berlin thank you very much been announced thank you. so a new political reality today in the wake of the european elections and environmentalist parties gain votes writing what they call europe's green wave this has tag is now trending on social media one political commentator tweeted the big winners of the night performing way better than projected and polls are the greens they came top of the polls in germany big winners in ireland france supported by a lot of 1st time voters
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a taste of the future the green party's youth and britain quoted the green party's co-leader in england and wales sean barrie we were not standing on a single issue we were standing for world wide action on climate change and tackling the issues that led to bret's it and in germany this user refers to the more than 20 per cent that the greens reached at the federal level guess who's going to live for the next chancellor has tagged green wave italy's far i believe party has also posted historic gains in the elections it took a 3rd of the italian vote and will be one of the biggest parties in the european parliament the result is likely to further cement much kosovan is a grip on the government in rome but he also has his eye on leading the populist charge to up and the status quo in the e.u. . i've been speaking messaging. and sharing perspectives with other european leaders. from marion le pen.
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from nigel farage will 2 of the future also new one. be able to put together a group with 102150 parliamentarians. correspondent thomas sparrow joins us now from milan thomas we've just heard the party's leader speak in there so has. only provided the springboard to building that pen nationalist front. well he certainly believes that is the case and that's something that he repeated today he also mentioned that earlier this morning at 1 o'clock in the morning when he stormed into this room here to talk to the journalists about what he obviously described as a very big victory for his party and his goal is indeed as we just heard in the sound bite to try and form an alliance with other like minded groups in europe and has already stressed that he will obviously focus on migration which has been his
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key topic in the last few months but he also spoke right here about fiscal issues about defending the workers in italy reducing unemployment there was even talk of maybe reopening fiscal talks with the european union those are issues that sardinia has mentioned he wants to bring to that european parliament now that he has led a party that is becoming one of the key parties in a european platform what is absolutely clear is that it doesn't view his party as one that is regional or that he's only based within each of these borders he clearly sees his party one that transcends italy's borders and one that want to have an impact at a european wide level something that he stressed in both press conferences that he has held here since we heard those results from it in the. well let's also have an impact on national politics and italy. while most italian journalists actually asked salvini about the impact that these results could have
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internally because he has been a lot of speculation that a good result by their lead could actually spell in a way the end of each of his governing coalition salvini stressed on both occasions right here that he has no intention of doing so that the coalition has a strong mandate from the tally and voters and that he wants to get back to work but dot dot said there is still speculation about what it could all mean in particular because the coalition partner the 5 star movement did not have a very good result here in fact according to the results have been the latest results they are the 3rd party here in italy behind the p.d. the center left democratic party so for them it wasn't a very positive night so there is still a lot of speculation as to what it could all mean but salvini stress on various occasions right here that he has no intention of leaving the coalition they don't waste time asperin long may think. of are it has also made gains and france pushing president mcconnell's party into 2nd place let's go now to paris where our course
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on and money has shot is standing by. marina penn's national rally the president a man on the cross party but only by a small margin what does that tell us about the strength of populist politics and france. well indeed this is a party that has consistently one over of voters in france like you said it's only by a small margin that the national rally managed to be tough to beat on my cross party 23.3 percent it was the final score for a national rally did so it's only one point more done in under a. party and it's reflecting the way the opinions of french people who are discontent about the politics that have been that has been brought forward by union micro and discontentment is just shown in the polls by and a decision more and more people are actually turning their backs to traditional
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parties and are actually voting for the far right though so as a sign of process it doesn't come as a surprise though because already in 2017 during the presidential elections during the 2nd tour when michael was elected with 60 percent of the vote 40 percent 7 percent all devotes went to the far right and friends. a small margin but still a victory what was behind marine le pen's national rally success in the spoke was it merely a protest vote. well she she definitely benefited from the fact that in france it was more about domestic matters than it was about the european union itself and even yesterday evening when you were hearing that the base on french national television there were hours on then all debates about you know politics and not about the issues that were a stake at the european level and the far right that definitely benefited from dodd and others so the far right has shown
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a strong of relative unity compared to other political parties to the left parties of social democrats parties in france are no longer. represented you know way that actually appeals to voters accused votaries and that definitely shows in yesterday's polls so what does this all mean for our money on michael can he continue governing as he has until now. he definitely continues continues on both with a lot of added pressure he already had this pressure we said yes movement which started as 6 months ago now he has the pressure to have a decent. defeat even if not that he wasn't a spokesperson off the moment other european levels say that he was a very small defeat just by one point i say that again but the thing for a man or a macro now is that he will have to show more compromise and we already saw the
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spokesperson of adopt the government say this morning in the to the french media that. he would be ready to hold talks with the greens for example so that shows that party is no longer the favor of party and friends among us as in paris thank you very much. thank you tosser now where the conservative party of chancellor is about and courts is one of the few to have come out on top in these elections this a week after the corruption scandal forced his are right junior coalition partners to pull out of government now although courts faces a no confidence vote which could also see him from office at just 32 he may have youth on his side but can he survive this political crisis thank you may have been in politics for most of his life but to his supporters sebastian kreutz offered austria something new. thanks in
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october 27 teen that then 31 year old won the most votes in the election after promising to hold illegal immigration. but with no clear majority his conservative people's party needed a coalition partner. in december 27 teen goods got into bed with the f.b.o. the far right freedom party. a step too far from many austrians who hated the f.b.i. as historic links to neo nazis which while protest is vented their anger at this marriage of convenience sebastian cortes was keen to show off his other side and he immigration yes but pro european. just 18 months later though his dalliance with the far right could result in his own
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political downfall. court says coalition government has collapsed after a video sting that brought down heinz christian chaka who was the freedom party's leader and austria's vice chancellor could says put a caretaker government in place and has already called a sniper election for the all. bush fusty has to survive the no confidence vote in parliament and although publicly confident there's no guarantee he will. steve heydemann a correspondent for austrian broadcaster or f joins me now steve the freedom party has announced they will back the social democrats in today's no confidence vote how likely is a bust and close to be toppled today. if you thought within the coming hour or so i just spoke to our correspondents a colleague of mine is that parliament you have spoken to many parliamentarians not
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want to expects who have to sort of be out 5 o'clock early elections are expected to take place in september what will happen until then if courts is really forced out today. will 1st assuming that the no coincidence does leave quit ousted from power everything goes to president son about who must appoint an interim chancellor and let's not forget that it's the big no confidence vote there are 2 what would just remove course from power the 2nd promote quits and his entire team of the transitional ministers if the whole government is ousted and president found a bell and needs to 1st of all find a new interim chancellor that will be we don't know some names are being balanced around since the vote no confirmations yet and that chancellor then needs to find an interim team to carry austria through until the autumn elections which are expected in early september there's no confidence vote comes just after courses
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people's party won by a wide margin in the european elections yesterday what does that mean for courses for spectators in those september elections. he likes his cards and he clearly intends to play those cards in this interim period between even say gates and rocket having to resign there was. a very ominous and purposeful silence by courts for several hours between the haas a shocker resignation and then the 1st statement from courts and we now know that in those hours he was making phone calls he was making plans and he was thinking if his strategy was going to be good enough to go to these elections ok so that was day one and in the ensuing days there were meetings there were threats of this order no confidence and opposition parties came forward they said if you if you
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satisfy some demands we don't need to go to the no confidence vote and courts clearly antagonized the opposition he clearly intended to push the no confidence vote for because he thinks his chances of getting an absolute majority in september are very good so he actually push this forward because he's so confident that he will win and win with either an absolute majority or needing just enough the game perhaps support from one of the small opposition parties to be in total power how that pans out for him steve steyn in the end i many thanks we will now start the. in germany i'm going to macros governing coalition has been left assessing the damage after her conservatives and their social democrat partners were dealt their worst score and european election history they lost out to big gains made by the grains who have been poisoned by environmental concerns meanwhile germany's far right a.f.d. managed to break the 10 percent barrier after the vote and later alexandre gulland
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attacked the greens saying they were now in a of d.'s main opponent in europe as well as germany. is in true can still hold the greens are our main adversaries the greens are the ones ruining germany the greens want to ban the combustion engine want to end coal mining. that's why we have to fight against the greens. that is the main goals. it has to be the main goal in german parliament as well. the cd you have gained nothing with its new leader for the last and they dropped to a really low level of the social democrats finished as a mainstream party in the i'm joined now by to double your political correspondent i mean young simon welcome to the show the f t has dismissed mainstream parties as their main enemy focusing instead on the greens now. yeah i think it's because the
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greens have done very well in this election they've emerged as the 2nd largest party in terms of support in this election anyway there's some big. elections coming up later this year in eastern germany those are going to be key for the a if they've done incredibly well in the eastern part of the country and this sort of having to carry that forward they see the greens in the advance and it looks like the greens are probably better able to hone his some votes here the youth vote where they don't very well more so than for instance the left party which is the sort of traditional party with its eastern identity a form. g.-d. identity they are languishing in terms of the polls right now so you've got the i.f.t. and the greens sort of the left and the right basically eyeing each other up sizing each other up in terms of electoral conflict so are we looking at a further a polarized on opposite ends of the political spectrum here in germany as we've
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seen in other parts of europe but i think that's what this this vote so yesterday does show there is a there is polarized nation there is young and old as i say you know the young vote is in the main have gone massively for the greens and even up to sort of age 16 would used to think of that as young but those people have chosen green more than they've chosen the other parties and the voters tend to be old conservative voters rises and the voters generally tend to be older so there is polarization this polarization between city and country it's the big sort of metropolitan areas of western germany where the greens have done well in the east lower people saying we're dispossessed we're disenfranchised we don't like the sort of middle class ecological issues and we see some of their environmental policies as job killers on the back of that a.f.p. is hoping to make for the gangs as quickly take
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a listen to one german greens co-leader about how it had to say in a press conference they held their prefer not to afraid of it being too much for us not the tone of talk but this is a clear mandate and an international force trusting place to not have time to carry on we have to move to go beyond the usual political ritual and party to. turn it right exactly ensures that that's wrote a political support we have can be translated into a clear political this mandate for climate protect protection. i mean the greens are calling this a european victory for the climate what concrete plans will they bring to the floor now that they have more leverage in the european parliament to rollback the effects of climate change yet will always see the different green parties from the different countries will have to look at their strong results and so on in germany where they've done well and see how much leverage they've actually got what they can get out of and coordinate their bills are always the it's clear they're saying
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you know people have voted for one key issue that's climate protection and that's what they're going to hope to be harnessing the german greens as far as they're concerned are focused on particular things like leaving coal fired power production that's a big issue that's here we've also got pressure that they can bring on the berlin government in terms of climate protection bill this sort of sitting in the parliamentary machinery and he's caught up there so there's lots of things that people want also talking about taxation to protect protect the climate so there's lots of things i think you're going to see the greens doing in the european parliament so how well the growing success in the european elections pan out on a national scale yeah well as i say there is this bill that the government of conservatives and social democrats have wanted somebody was talking about yesterday
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all right i mean it's been it's been in the works for a while and just within the last couple of hours the environment minister has now said she's going to press ahead and circulate this within the thoughtless of government moving forward actually she's not really supposed to do that they're saying you know we've got to react to this surge of grain and clearly the did moment of the electorate not just words but actions in relation to climate protection so i think you going to see that bill coming forward but it's probably too little too light as far as many votes is concerned but i think. a stronger sort of climate a role for the climate german politics is inevitable well in their press conference that we just saw a little bit of the green times they said that this is not an indicator for the attitude of germans towards the governing coalition and that this election was mostly about european issues would you agree well i mean yes and no i mean europe if they you know the leader robot harbert said the europeans have voted in terms of
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climate change he said when we go around the country talk to people they don't tell us they are interested in who's jones fluoro what exactly is the make up of the governing coalition what they're interested in is saying action on climate change he says that's what they also cost for so in that sense it's sort of i'm a european or or a white or idea have it having said that of course climate change is an issue in germany as i say this bill is here there's issues about you know things like the car industry what sort of protections there should be for that and obviously that's a climate related the climate to also things like air travel you know these issues where begins to affect people's lives the choices they make and possibly even affects jobs and employment you know the climate is a really a domestic political issue and a serious economic issue not just some sort of you know fantasy idea for the future
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and young thank you very much. they'll use my family on a caustic is standing by outside the headquarters of the chance of chancellor angela merkel's christian democratic party for the c.d.u. is set to address the press in a short while my family on the c.d.u. took a big hit last night 1st over all but one of the worst showings the party has seen and national elections have lost young people in germany. they certainly have lost the young people in germany what we've seen is that compared to the national election 2017 where among young voters both 1st time voters but also voters under 30 years old that the studio was still a leading policy and with last night's european election results we've seen that the c.d.u. and this is the party of the season but also these social democrats have all lost as the center parties their gain their take on young voters to the green party who
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is now with 30 percent the highest rank party among young voters. the far right that the results are a big loss or a new theme a new leader and a good convo well how much do these results matter for the party and the governing coalition. well of course this is something they always want to deflect in the 1st moments and now is after an election like this but of course this will have repercussions on the leadership of the social and the christian democrats but also the social democrats who had quite the last here in germany here in berlin of the capital but for now that's not what they want to focus on what we're going to probably see is how they want to tackle how they want to address young voters in the future as we've seen in the week ahead of the european election a big spats between this christian democrats and a you tube a cold event so he had been posting
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a video that went viral calling for the destruction of the christian democrats and criticizing them for a lot of their policies and this video gained a lot of traction also in the media here in germany and is now being dubbed the red so effect for the rise of the green votes among the use spend it's not challenge the question or it's both of the question how this christian democrats can in the future address young voters how can how can they appeal to a broader public which they seemingly have lost his appeal in these european elections my familiar and by at the 3 of you headquarters here in berlin thank you for now we'll go back to you as soon as i think i've come como or angela merkel come up on stage let's go back to you now simon soul searching and the coalition has initiated crisis talks today what what's likely to come out of this are we going to see consequences on a national level after these elections will there inevitably will be some there's
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going to be a meeting of the senior leaders from conservatives. i'm of the chancellor a and officially they're talking there about this question of the who's going to be the next e.u. commission president of course the conservatives have kept on saying that there they are desperate they are very determined men for very by their conservative candidate should get that top job but you know there's still some talking to do these results european level haven't been absolutely conclusive enough to ensure that that can happen so there may be some but i think in that meeting inevitably both of these policies which have had a historically a disastrous results you know they've between they both 20 percent of voters support in this election as against last time this is these are the would results of these 2 parties the 2 main established parties in germany have ever head in the
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national polls so you know i think they probably will be talking to each other and talking about this idea we've mentioned the threat from from the green side or at least the challenge that's presented to them by the new importance of this debate the readiness of young voters to get out and show they want to see action on that and possibly also talking about the challenge from the far right as well even though they haven't done as well as expected yet earlier we heard monthly and they have us say that there is a shrinking center of people who want to work for inductively on the. is that really so or has the center as it stands the center right and the center left as they have been in the european parliament and held a majority in the european parliament up to now just lost its appeal to the center of society well i don't know i think it's a more complex picture than that but what you have seen as a trend in the last decade or so is draining away of support from
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traditional established policies and look at the u.k. . the conservative party they're down in 5th place and they're they're in government but they're also in 5th place in an election here we've got the the social democrats in 3rd place when the you know they've never been out of the top 2 of the national polls so you'll you're seeing a sort of tectonic showing just people talk about within within politics and it's not just happening in germany i think people go perhaps to single issue parties they go to parties that they've learned to trust over a while when they seen that they are serious and that would apply for instance to the greens who don't say well here to double your correspondence i'm young thank you very much. after the election german president fine but as steinmeyer commented on the problems facing the democratic institution he was speaking via
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video link as a guest of the global media forum hosted by d w in bonn stein maya said europe had been distracted by a number of issues. as a gun over the past 3 years we've definitely been too preoccupied with ourselves one part of the problem has been europeans trying to figure out what europe means to them. breck said and its consequences have dominated the management of the european union management and it's meant it will be on your own a lot of resources were taken up in trying to find a solution to it which still hasn't been found and that's why yes behind the attempts to find a solution to it and other issues other topics were shunted too much to the side of the team and feuds of indian. sign mile was just one of the guests commenting for the global media forum which kicked off today in bonn some of the issues being discussed there include the growing influence of social media and how information or dissent from nation for that matter is used to assert power the opening address
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for the forum was made by director general tellem book form looks at challenges facing the world at a time when many feel disenfranchised and have lost their faith in traditional institutions and democratic systems and c.m.f. also explores the impact of sifting power structures on the international media landscape and takes a look at the opportunities and challenges arising from digital is that he said i often musical director. and you can find out more about the global media forum on our website that's g.w. dot com 1st let's take a look at some of the other stories making news around the worlds. franz's interior minister says police have arrested a 24 year old suspect of carrying at man suspected of carrying out last week's bomb blast in leone officers had been searching for a man cycling near the scene of the explosion 13 people were wounded with many requiring hospital treatment. for. fighting has broken out again outside the
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disputed yemeni city of tire militias allied to the internationally recognized government fired on positions held by who's the rebels the pro-government forces claimed are advancing but say at least 10 of their fighters have been killed in recent days. 2 protest leaders in sudan have called for a 2 day general strike on tuesday and wednesday a stern latest bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian led authorities to don's main opposition party says it won't support the strike a sign of division of the division within the country's pro-democracy movement. u.s. president donald trump is in japan where he's pressing prime minister shinzo abbate to even out a trade imbalance but the united states trump is on the 2nd day of his visit to the country where he became the 1st international leader to meet japan's newly crowned emperor never veto. a morning of pageantry at the imperial palace before
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a day of negotiations trump became the 1st foreign dignitary to meet japan's new emperor know he too since the monarch ascended to the throne. but the u.s. president couldn't only come to japan for a solution of on a. piece spending the day sitting down with prime minister shinzo albury to talk business. we've had some great talk on trade we've had some great talk on the military and we just gust of course north korea i think we've made a lot of progress or a lot of subjects we have to do a little catching up with japan because they've been doing much more business with us we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse the balance well we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly early in the trip trump served up warnings about what he sees as an unfair trade balance he wants japan to buy more u.s.
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goods including military hardware. the u.s. and japan are both global financial giants unlike neighboring china japan isn't keen to engage in a tussle over tariffs there's no talk of an outright trade wolf and now for the 2 allies another day of diplomatic posturing lies ahead. it will be a major shake up of the global car market and hala american car maker chrysler is proposing a merger with france's renault and create one of the largest automakers in the world. oh no supervisory board is discussing a merger asked proposed by fiat chrysler meanwhile on a french talk show the company's largest shareholder the government is supportive equal the government is favorable to the move but as a rental shareholder we must look into the conditions of the deal after all the
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conditions of this merger must be good for the economic and industrial development of but also for the employees. of. the proposed merger would bring together 2 of the world's top 10 car makers and it could create a new number one in the global market more importantly both companies feel they could help each other get past their weaknesses or noise looking for a better footing in the u.s. car market meanwhile chrysler could use a strong partner to move ahead with new technologies including the mobility and autonomous driving. just a short while ago we spoke to our correspondent at the frankfurt stock exchange about the proposed automotive merger and he outlined the potential pros and cons of a deal. i think huge savings will be at the center point of the pros both say the locations are fee it says at the locations plants will not be an issue but it's
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sure to cost thousands of jobs and that in local economies where high paying auto jobs are crucial and of course dealing with a merger ties up management capacity and can go already not every merger in fact not all that many really really pay off in the end just look at the time were chrysler that was a disaster and so is buyer's takeover of monsanto so they both have to make it work and then think again there's also in the mix this will make it more unlikely that nessun will go into a tighter cooperation with these 2. coming back to our main story now europe's mainstream political parties have suffered big losses as greens liberals and nationalists have gained ground in brussels the e.u. elections have also seen the biggest turnout in 20 years but at the latest from our correspondents and a press conference at the c.d.u. headquarters after a look at the outcome of the election. an electorate of over 400000000
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had its say after counting began it soon became clear that voters have spoken out against the solid center of european politics. be a facing a shrinking center of the european parliament the center of seuss' parties who believe in the future of europe who wants to see europe wants to have an impish is approved for the future of europe that is will be a face in a shrinking center that trend gave german mainstream parties their worst ever e.u. election results. while boosting the european far right. in france naveen lapan again beat the french president's party. hungary's viktor orban spelled it out for. the migration issue by itself and the reaction of the people only real reorganize the political spectrum with the european union called the traditional party
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families will not play the same role in the future as they have done in the recent years socialists and democrats party list can visit france timmerman called for humility as his party lost 35 seats and stressed the need for cooperation among the so-called progressive i will repeat my proposition to work with other progressive parties in this parliament to try and build a program that addresses the aspirations the dreams and also sometimes the fears of our fellow europeans. those progressive parties included jubilant dreams resurgent in germany and set to become a big hitter in the european parliament women and the liberal aldred group also made significant gains their candidate my creative a style year now has designs on becoming european commission president comes from living in europe thank you that monopoly of power is broken. and this is of course
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why we can do something else and i very much appreciated it was my colleague france to milan just set that a coalition can be built of those who want to do something. yellow vest protestors in brussels on sunday they see the e.u. is undemocratic everybody wants to change europe the fight over which way will be played out in the parliament and on the streets. as a result keep coming in from the 28 member countries of the european union the trends are getting. clearer here are the projections for seats in the next european parliament socialists and democrats are set to win 151 seats we see that surge for the greens who look likely to take 69 seats in the new parliament and the liberal alder group will take 102 seats despite its heavy losses the center right european peoples party is still the biggest group with 167 seats and if we look at the 2 right wing populist blocs here on the right of our graphic we see them on $47.00
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seats and $73.00 seats putting them at $120.00 seats all together. one of the european union's most prominent jobs is also up for grabs this election the role of president of the european commission juncker has been doing that job for the last 5 years but he's not up for reelection let's meet the people looking to replace him. dad i will do everything to defend was your idea we had screens take the battle hard would propose to you which is true but we have work to do the migration is an opportunity to tell you we have to choose minimum wage to every member state they're all running for the e.u. commission president's job margarita best start off all the liberals scar on the greens monthly to be about for the conservatives funds to moments for the social democrats young conservative reprimands candidate and the cuckoo he is small the
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party they are the 6 leading candidates but hang on a minute who all day and does anyone know anything about them do you know any of them. and do you know him. any idea or. have you ever seen her. haven't seen or are going live now to the scene you had corridors where the head of the party and a good come common bow is said to address the press let's see the 2nd part of talkback your european election. ladies and gentlemen. because welcome to the press conference it's after many for to be to see the youth this is. of course not surprising after the results of yesterday's elections of course our results were very positive impressive all of the salt of the state
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legislature just a short lecture and great. cause for in the but yesterday we already congratulated . mr meyer hater and all his colleagues because this election victory in brain tissue really is a historic victory after 73 years back off for the 1st time in 93 years that this year to you is the biggest party i don't like has laid the foundations for change or come to mock. interviews and we made it clear that in these over the last year when the election campaign is taking place in a frame and i remember in the beginning many were amazed that speech included when it costs time on their hydro was in the good name of the leading candidate and of course the election campaign was so unusual and so today i'm particularly pleased honest as a party chair. with custom i. wouldn't be able to you
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know that is to congratulate and cast my i hate. he has absolute the right to conduct it was very authentic his answer that brakeman in that has been confirmed during the election campaign and that's why we would like to make guns thank him and of course congratulate. him caused by everyone and great man and god and in particular mr meyer hadar this is his personal success so it was an all round success so congratulations to the children and he says this in terms of this election result what has become clear is that red just on the greens at s.p.d. green cannot continue i think that it's become clear. to you is willing to have a fresh start and braman this and we will support this. you know you got a good few that are higher here and
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a great thank you very much ladies and gentlemen to go on the results of the. this is out of our own stuff and so on sunday we had an election of the fall and wall of hope. oh hey the swipe of posters is a protected game that we both come out ahead of the s.p.d. of that will be the 1st time ever and we're very proud of that so how is that possible i did say but after 73 years of good not being in parallel i think there are various reasons for that and you could get off with your cast. as soon boss cannot experience that today but he was one of the guinea architects of this project you know when the guts of what you see the world as it was very much involved there are 3 reasons for the city success yesterday 1st of all if you like of the city myself of st i've come from different fields and visited our home was another time when we did without the boat off your knowing that you could see do
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you need to try new approach and europe was responsible for the vix is making that's possible the 2nd made as a change of mood and brain matter. just because the brain is not fairing well in many regards and subsystems have recognized this and thirdly this is very important for the up until 2 months ago many thought was well out of his ear as well but when he saw the fighting with each other but that if that wasn't the case the city was very much behind this project he says it was not just a of course there's a large circle of support senator we had version of much support and the wider society of islam and all that and i think this really helped us and when you're not on a divide 100 plus year or so what's happened while it's a good as the next of a good will but we don't know the exact result he had because the final result will be announced on wednesday but as a special deal has. the last 8 percent got your vote so that was
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a clear mandate to the. voters said we don't want to s.p.d. i don't want to so with one so they said to us you please you try and fix it if you try our luck and of course it's got nothing to do with luck they just want us to a better job. at it it will be impossible and. people believe that this you dealing can know about smart tackle these issues is very education and you will mark a policy digitalisation well i've been working on this for 25 years and i think this is something we this message that we put across very effectively in any election campaign it will be also you of course green issues climate protection the environment that's very important to us and of course the greens may gain from the election as well so lots of those $100.00 to said time and try and bring together the r.'s common issues that we all. in the new vehicles the street and 1st of the moving of the talks 1st of all with the greens and embrace the f.t.p.
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what's one of the like on were hoping for with the greens or french make a coalition with us with a but of course we'll have to make sure that if you get to the party agendas can be coordinated so of course there are many areas where the eccles like the greens have common ground with as for example transport i don't protect any of your major conflicts there so well 1st of all have to have talks to signed things i got of this and then i hope that this will come to a successful conclusion yes and thank you very much though there are many questions the odd one mr i'm stressed of all. i can and i have a question for mr meyer hater. so you just mentioned the fact that you were involved in digitalization for for the last 25 years do you have our recommendation for the federal party for how to reach the young people. more effectively. and
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a question for you missis can't count on power if the s.p.d. or well actually the greens will decide what the government environment looks like but won't hold the impact of that be on the grand coalition that they've p.d. and the kind you want me and i am either tries to ensure there's no government with mr my our head out of the sport ok well i'm not going to give any attempts to look at the federal party but i think that what we've managed to achieve here like a busy. day on here is to develop a more modern and approach a more modern lot law and that we've managed to attract voters that are not traditional c.d.u. voters. and last year too it's perhaps give you more modern image i think one of their election campaign we really succeeded in doing that which is to do and we can try and make sure that this happen on the national level at city as well as to go by that it's an industry that was well.
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within the city at the national level is always happy to learn from the state but the parties and the election campaign i already said that it. will be. with your decision of s.p.d. not to talk about the talk with the city of you know. with all of this that i found that being slightly arrogant and will not give up and if it wasn't even clear one week before the election whether people would be in a position to make that decision this is one that's the 1st but it's in my view with it's one of the this is not a question for the grand coalition at the national level i hope that the c.d.u. in a man will succeed in bringing the new momentum to the city for a minute with a good as if it was if i may. something we will be forced in this weekend and this is
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a strange understanding of your. democracy. of. what you think that 8 percent last means and not being american more. mr meyer hater i wanted to follow up on. if you as the future mayor if you were confronted with massive criticism how would you respond. this is really a religious revival of course it's not that easy and of social media networks you have or don't have any listeners and someone else has a 1000000 but i certainly won't respond directly i would try to have a direct dialogue with the with making the criticisms but of course if i'm personally criticized i can respond because it involves argue about it but the result didn't criticize any of the particular person it was the c.d.u. overall. and of course in the initial 5th phase there was some lack of clarity about how to respond to it but of course it's personal criticism i would also
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respond personally. what we want you to. go yes we did not. lose the mr lose. on come from by mr crump even going to go mr meyer he said that the model that worked in all claim and with someone not from a political field could work on a national level and be in pretty good even though what you think of this there ain't one of like we are and i got that people that come from different political feel can actually bring great success well in the past when it's done and it's about him as it was around when he had situations where we had a lead candidate who i'm. come from the classic party hierarchy
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and. often that actually wasn't so successful it's a challenge for those who are entering the party ranks laterally even if someone has been very successful in business who is then welling to say well i'm going to back this party that's not always that easy but it's not always very easy for the party either if someone. with. joins the party ha's their own ideas but doesn't come from the traditional party structures to then you may call that fit us and that was the challenge and that's what's happened in brains and custom i hate to have rightly pointed out that that. in this was it's in your customer it was your cast and they recently deceased that organized and he really kept things together and so this is
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an example of how it can be successful but it depends on the situation and of course the federal party structure is more complex and it's more difficult and as a party chair my responsibility is to bring in as many creative people young old men women with where they are without party experience to bring you any to bring them in and. give them the room you can see and that's also going to help shape the future of the c.d.u. and this is one of the questions that we will talk about it after the party conference as well that is. mr blunt and mr alexander have questions and then we'll come to the european elections and my. mr meyer hater i'd like to ask you will german policy question. in the brain although it was really warm if you look at the
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grand coalition from braman and if you want to continue your work you know them of all of them in the summer break there will probably be a continued to distribute so how much sense does it make for the same and party to have a look to the federal model. and provide for her damaging critic grand coalition model possibly be a little bit of it is a bit well i think it is good if at the federal level the grand coalition continues its work we have 3 elections coming up in east germany. it's a softball of unity what is the i don't think it would be good at it's changed things at this current time and in that regard. to the suits i'll talk about this question when i talk about the overall election analysis perhaps and. have a question for mr meyer haider 1st of all congratulations on your political
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opponents and braman said that you were like a mascot and behind you are all the traditional city structures that are not so popular in brain and and you said that you wanted to really lead r.t. so one of these do you hope to have the party chair in braman regardless of whether you have become a or not for a while i hope it's not hard this question many times people say what will you do if you don't become the mayor would become one of them and it's like i said if there's all this good i will stay in politics exactly what my role will be that hasn't been determined yet but what it will be talking about my concrete role and at the moment i want to become mayor of freedom and that's clear. and. it's only good for you if you have a good i think we have a very good chair of the party of them. you know we haven't made any final
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decisions on that yet and i thank you very much mr meyer. you're free to go and i. welcome this company car and i will continue. this tide of violence so that was part of the analysis that was an extremely positive and i will continue with a part that has caused some discussion i'm the president and on the part 2 executive at the national level. and. that's one thing at the outset as i said yesterday evening very clearly but it is with you and all the issues we're discussing today one thing remains clear the 2 goals that we had the strongest party and blame and we've definitely achieved that and we also had the goal to become the strongest party at the european level we've achieved. and entered
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during making sure that the p.p. becomes the strongest bloc at europe and becomes a stabilizing factor in the new european parliament it's. in our view just that it's our clear for the isn't that. the more this vision that's to me with its. wish to present the candidate of the india that this is linked to the debate to. discuss and to that manfred should become the european commission president would like to leave really highlight this at this stage because in the next few days this will be talked about tomorrow will be the 1st meeting of the heads of state and government side to do so the foundations of overlaying it and because of this question it doesn't just come use. and which has a family
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a kind of comes from it's also about representing national interests and we have the opportunity for a german to be at the head of the european commission for the 1st time and do it that much and that's why we wish to communicate with you and push for this in brussels and it's the concept that's with the money the federal chancellor is also behind this we stand behind. but i'd also like to make it greatly here the indian that in our board meetings today we made it clear that there result is actually the worst result of the. european level and at the national level. i mean untrue but this doesn't meet our expectations as a national party but that's not what i expect as a party chair of this party so let me be clear about this front that hartley this is not an election results but i where we can say well this is where the strongest
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party that is that's fine with the. loans and to be in the house and that with this in fact we're going to have to draw conclusions from there's results and wherever necessary base and we will have to change much our course and this will not mean right now that it's. simply that then one or 2 decisions are making some person now and i just. hope it's rather watch where experience saying and this is been really part of a very open analysis that we've conducted about subsidies and that is we want to analyze what led to this election result what coming learn from it. it isn't like it is. and this result was the result of some mess. this you do when this this was said to national party executive and the president
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this morning but. we we had a strategy for the election where we focused on the themes where we have a clear competent but it we didn't manage to really highlight these issues in the election campaign and we didn't manage. the images to really highlight the theme that turned out to be the most important thing to climate protection and we didn't manage to really taken our defensive position on this. just to be a key player in the debate so we've noticed 2 key trend lines sent the state election and hassen last year and a number of areas so one of these trends is that the work of the government is seen critically and it's not really the results of the government's work that makes us have it and it's the fact that it's the government work was overshadowed by
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disputes between the c.d.u. and the c.i.s. union and this year between the c.d.u. of the s.p.d. shows and it's also. the discussion on the part of the c.d.u. among its own portfolios and thirdly when it comes to young voters. that we have. below average results compared to other elections and i'd like to be very clear about one thing and. as the party chair. in the last few weeks i had many appointments and meetings over the last few weeks and as the party chair i have to thank hundreds of thousands of our members who took part in their local elections the brain election and the european election was. going top past. 5 in the morning to take part in an
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election campaign activity nice and one of the most active groups in this election campaign on the word the members of the use one of the c d u and that's why i would like to express my sincere gratitude to all the electoral helpers especially those in the u.s. when you're sitting here and this is what we have ascertained is that among young voters. we have lost support here for 2 reasons. partly because the range of issues that really. that young people are really interested in are that we haven't been proactive in tackling these issues about concerns climate protection. concerns article 13 of 17 copyright law and also concerned and how we. deal with and respond to.
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elections and of course they're reasonable in video and more furthermore in the last few weeks and months. and image has taken hold of this which would seem to imply that the c.d.u. has moved to the right and says and this. has come about for several reasons it's because of the workshop meeting on migration it's on our position on article 13 article 17 statements made by the party about how we deal with riders for future. spite of the interview that have come from the youth when it's also to do with statements a tie is made so everyone has played their part and this image of us liked by it moved to the right and. this has created the i'm. when the bush and the woman out there done in those minutes before and this was
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discussed at the national party executive meeting today on the hill king did and the impression has arisen that this it to you has moved slightly to the right and i would like to make it very clear that they were doing that so they're usually off the c.d.u. has not moved to the right at all and as the party chair says i'm here for the school in the halls and that applies particularly here in the conrad adam our house and when we make mistakes we own up to them and we do not want to try and put the blame on anyone that was said very clearly today but what we also discussed i'm a party executive and inside you can and that's the not with regard to the use going about with 2 other associations is that we have to have a very open debate on whether are we going to win them are living up to our expectation to be
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a national to be hard to see and to represent various different groups and to represent their interests that's why this will be one of the key tasks in the all of the weeks and months to come and do so we had a very open and fair analysis today on the up and down and we said that we would be continually in this analysis and draw conclusions from it sight indeed in the that we would see this time in which we want to prove ourselves so much we have to improve ourselves until. late 142020 years but at the party conference our aim is that we come up with a new car to buy a party manifesto. and that we clarify the issue of the chance that our ship can do that and we have completed this before it ended. that's like to hear the 2nd point
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is that next sunday and monday we will take the next step where we have a partition conference on this will begin on sunday evening we will have an in-depth analysis of the elections that have just taken place for example today we didn't have enough time to talk in detail about the differing local election results that's obviously something we have to train and on some to evening we will also talk about an asymmetric election campaign and so it is about the internet it's not just about one you tube video but it's about talking with experts about this mantra draper will also join us on sunday evening to give us his view on. how the negotiations at the european level are going that we will continue these consultations on monday and what conclusions from these analyses this week.
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and we will make decisions about restructuring that has to be done. any personnel decisions or work that has to be done i already talked about the associations but in terms of recreating ourselves in terms of the key issues. that it was linked to coming up with a new fundamental program it's linked to our long term perspective and up to the annual party conference. and will have to talk about the question before the regional elections an instrument which will come with which piece will have to decide on our party program and which the humans we will concentrate on before the summer break we'll have to talk about what is coming up and in the bundestag. in terms of budget consultations but also the 1st concrete steps that have to be taken
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in terms of climate protection legislation that the coalition and i agreed on that we initiate this before the end of the year but other issues will have to be addressed as well on the basis of our analysing. that when we analyzed the situation this morning we agree litter that when. you. look at the last few years there were 3 critical points and that led to polarize ation and some controversy so the economic and financial crisis is. of course that was one of the reasons for the rise of the a.f.p. secondly in the day after 2015 it was the issue of migration this also led to controversy and this also led to very contrasting opinions for
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example from green to him. and the c.d.u. was somewhere in the middle of that and. in the last few days the much. we've seen the same thing when it comes to the issue of climate protection and i think following the initial analyses we can certainly ascertain that in east germany some of the a.f. tivo can be attributed to criticism of subjects like the energy transition. and. for us in the cd years not. to interested it won't be a quick or easy task it would have been good for us as the c.d.u. if we find ourselves in the center ground. and but in a very controversial era question is whether we suffer from this
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controversy we go through the same as happened in france with layers to become by 8 percent in the european elections that also happened in italy or whether we you will manage to prevail as a national party to that might be present in the center ground and somehow address both these contrasting poles and whether we can. live up to this whether we can really conquer this task that will be the main focus of our work in the next 12 to 18 months in the party we will concentrate on this today represented the start of this debate this will be continued in the next few weeks and will be i am the 1st milestone will be the party conference this year that it would do is but the
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main area we have to concentrate on is the federal party conference in the autumn of 2020 where the foundations for the next legislative period will be late i feel voted against it was due to him and when this wish to and use is invited to. the type warden of the up to foolishly but it's a so far when it's over and where it is in this video and i must say that after a very difficult choice the election sunday. but. on boards will have to be very decisive i will have to be unified we know that the task ahead of us are very difficult but we are determined to move tackle the issues together and to build on what reason changed and the last few months and years trying to answer fire our efforts to see and to try and. over the differences between the cd
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you will see as you that was partly responsible for our losses. in their lives. will come home. to hear isn't just joined us you're watching news in our special coverage of the european parliament elections let's go back to max in 1000000 akashic who is outside the c.d.u. had quarters where we've just heard from the party's leader. of a studio focused very much on that historic success in the frame and during this press conference but has i'm going to come count given a path forward to win back voters elsewhere in the country particularly young voters. yes what we've seen is that they've started their press conference by very much celebrating what they frame a success of last night's city state elections in the city state of britain we're seeing that is that the c.d.u. the christian democrats and of this over 7 decade long reign of their junior
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coalition partners in the national level the social democrats are the social democrats have held the city state of greyman for over 70 years and this c.d.o. managed to become the strongest party in that city state on a city state election last night that was happening at the same time as the european election and yeah they c.d.u. the christian democrats have been celebrating this as a clear success they've also celebrated a framed the european elections as a success because as of the current projections are current results they seem to be the largest national party within the european parliament and what they want to do now is of course put all their efforts into making their lead candidate both a german christian democrat leave counted a month fred vivid but also the european people's party beat candidates to become the next. end of the european commission and an
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a great come current by the leader of the christian democrats in germany has been saying that that's what they want to focus on in the next couple of days because as we've heard previously the leaders of the european union member states and the column and state of parties will be meeting the next couple of days and try to forge a coalition that will elect the next president of the european commission and this c.d.o. wants to put all the efforts on to that's but nevertheless what we've also heard by the leader of the christian democrats on a great company on a great come car and bow is that she and her posse want to learn from the result of the european election now what we've seen is that they lost especially the votes of the younger people they've become not as usual the biggest votes of the not gained the biggest votes by the young people especially 1st time voters and voters under 30 have both because the majority of the votes for the green party here in germany and what the leader of the christian democrats is said is that they want to analyze
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this result very thoroughly they want to learn the lessons from it they admit that they didn't put enough emphasis on what was the clear major complain issue for a lot of german votes is the climate policy is the projection of the climate and environmentalism so the c.d.u. wants to focus more on that they said and they also want to make sure that there is an understanding that what the. c.d.u. will stand for in the next couple years because what we've heard and what they're clearly already looking ahead to is that in germany we'll have another election coming up in 2 years on the national level and that's within a year the christian democrats want to make sure to show who the next chancellor candidate is going to be because as we know the german chancellor angela merkel wants to step down by the end of this legislature periods. as mike singing on the cost say from the seamy you had quarters in berlin thank you very much. i'm joined now in the studio by simon young t w correspondent how honest of an assessment was
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this guy on a good come come was part of the story i mean she said that we're a party that owns up when we've made mistakes if we've made mistakes and she said we have made some mistakes here we've but then of course she said it was particularly in the way they've communicated and then the projection and the connection and the way they possibly failed to alert voters to all the great things that the c.d.u. has done so it's only part of the truth and a great can't care about has only been hate of the party for about 6 months this is the 1st real electoral test under her rule and it's been a disaster so she needs to own it a little bit but not too much she said you know the wing of the party had been a problem and then attacks on social media for the party and so on have been a problem her own role has also been part of it so she's she sort of stepped up a bit she said we need to do more we need to find
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a way to unite people who are worried about migration on the one side people are worried about climate change on the other side. the center left right policies in other countries of the that she said and we're worried that we might go the same way and you know and i support nationally my shrivel so she knows she's got a lot of work to do and as maximally i said you know the issue going forward will be is this the lady who will lead germany in future replacing ultimately will think it's a myth. farai the nationalist parties had been predicted to surge to success in the elections and while they made gains they did not do as well as expected. unfortunately we do not have this report for you but we will cross over to brussels to get some of the reactions from the european capitals standing by as teri schultz terry nationalist parties on the far right and the greens on the left have made the
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biggest gains in the european elections well they now have to wait to make any policy impact well they will because they don't need that much weight anymore the 2 large political groups the european people's party and the socialists and democrats have lost so many seats that they simply can't join together and push decisions through in what was called the grand coalition like they used to be able to do so there's not going to be any question that the bigger political groups have to reach across party lines to the smaller parties the greens the liberals what p.p.p. chief says though is that he will not be making any deals with the far right he says anyone who doesn't share in the european spirit will not be dealing with us so he's trying to warn the far right and euro skeptics in advance that they will not be the king makers in the new european parliament the big centrist party is no longer command a majority in the european parliament for the 1st time in 40 years will that change how europe operates. well yes mathematically it's no longer possible to do business
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as usual in the european parliament there's not going to be any question that the negotiations are going to be messier with the 2 big political groups having to reach across party lines there are going to have to be compromises on policies and that's something that the public wants this higher than than usual turnout of reversing apathy that they'd seen for decades means that people are not happy with the status quo so this is simply going to be more reflective of what the public wants some of the passion driving that higher turnout was pro e.u. most of it but some of it was also anti e.u. and now all of those voices are going to be better represented in the european parliament but it's going to make for very messy negotiations. from brussels thank you very much. you're watching t w special coverage of the european election europe's mainstream political parties have taken
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a hit and sunday's elections for the european parliament the highest voter turnout in 20 years has seen right wing populist parties make significant gains. but concerns about climate change have also boosted the pro e.u. greens across the bloc especially in germany where the greens doubled the share of their vote the german green party leaders said the party was now at the center of the political landscape and asked to deliver on its polls. to. come for god you can always get t.w. news on the go just download our out from google play or from the app store the only access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news you can also use the d w to send us your photos and videos. watching daily news from berlin and more coming at the top of the hour and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our website w dot com and join the odd.
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hello and welcome to equal we india this week we get you up close with the communities who are often the 1st responders to some of the biggest ecological and social changes our planet is witnessing that i go coming to you from mumbai in india on the shore to be let's look at how traditional salt work wasn't going to drop out of acting to newer and cleaner technologies how creating access to sound tree nupkins is slowly empowering goes in a public school in delhi and how a set of board games could potentially change workplace communication for the better. but 1st let's meet the a goody a community from the salt plains of scotch in the western state of georgia up as
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traditional salt minus a few generations back the community used to manually pump out brightly water onto their fields as time passed these old bombs were introduced increasing their carbon footprint creaky but for a few years know the harnessing the power of the sun. and . the temperature has nearly reached a scorching 40 degree celsius in the little round of cuts the eastern and of india's largest plane. some to burn has been working here ever since she can remember it is grueling work sort of expression is considered to be one of the doctors jobs in the world. we have and some not it's too hot to stay in the salt and. some to bend belongs to
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the community of invest in india where 3 quarters of sold in india is harvested in the monsoon season from june to september the song plains are flooded with dry kneeboard when the water recedes in october 35000 augury of families begin their annual grant from villages across the state to the little rock to spend the next 8 months making sort. of habitable. that i thought we'd come to all the materials and build a small structure to you 1st start to make a veil that actually relates the briony then the men start digging and the women move the dirt to create a path where you're going to. buy him out and then we come to the water from the brian wells into the pan once the waters starts drying a layer of salt forms on the bottom which we have to keep breaking into small
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chunks with the hole every day this goes on for months and i can see it in them that can. happen there. the pumps are kept running day and night to move the brine from the submerged areas into the flood business for years the sole farmers have used diesel pumps which cost them 140000 rupees about $1800.00 euros to operate through the season it is a huge expense that leaves many families with no savings. in 2013 self employed women's association a trade union piloted the solar pump project done families participated from the start now $15000.00 augury of families have joined the labor organization in the region the concept involves using the heat of the sun its fuel during the daytime
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and switching to diesel pumps at night. but just about them out of a. amaze me up and buying a solar pond is a still an expensive proposition for the our gary has the organizations banking going helps the families with seasonal loans to be repaid weekly doing this all making months for the 1st time in years to soar farmers have a start of a money a savings. get it. got it bend back during the monsoon for 4 months because of switching to solar the family is able to take or mount 425-0000 rupees in savings when they use diesel pumps there were no savings they used a lot of money from windows for basics for the 4 months at home they just such a difference between using sewn up bombs on using diesel bombs it has really transformed their lives even my class who see it want to see. using solar bombs in
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the stead of diesel bombs not only better for the health of the villain and their families but also for the in mind. i get up to do either it all i've ever gone to do but if you notice carefully the and my mint of the rapidly changing around us imagine how much pollution has been awarded by the more than 1100 sort of bombs already in use by the. gas all that you have got at the alamo not quite so we are very happy about this but we want to go further and meet show that 15000 a guardian families used to stick knology 100 contribute to improving our environment of about lack of arm on what lousy uninvite them are large companies in the region don't seem to care about this but a system of a making show that the condition here is less than it was earlier
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rather enjoy it what they do mark are the ones i am their boats. today some 2 brand has 3 solar bumps and a family is a lot better off than before she makes about 162 piece or 2 euro spoked on full song she produces. all of the market prices much higher a study by a self-employed women's association shows that song farmers who have switched from diesel the solar powered bombs have seen their savings increase more than 150 percent. the union is now helping them improve the quality and quantity of the sword to produce so that they can negotiate a better price in the future for now to switch to a cleaner technology and access to micro kinetics is
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a huge step forward for the agony of families. now salt is one of the most basic one of the most essential ingredients in any dish but what exactly is so. and where does it come from this explainer will take you back to a science class in school and tell you how. about 3.5 percent of sea water as weight comes from the soil dissolved in it that means if all the salt in the ocean will spread evenly over the earth and die a surface we would make a lair more than 500 feet thick that's the height of a 40 story building so what is the salt and how is it created a crystalline compound made of sodium chlorine and some impurities salt found dissolved in oceans and some lakes comes from the vetting of rocks on land. raindrops as they fall on land dissolve carbon dioxide from the environment and
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become acid dick the carbon dioxide plus water called carbonic acid erodes rocks and creates mineral ions or electrically charged it or make particles. these particles are got it to seize and lakes by rivers and streams where they bond in a chemical reaction to form so that. this process has been happening since the beginning of time making salt over 202300 1000000 years old. common solid as we know it is found makes with other chemicals and bodies of water and has to be purified before we can use it what are called mary or industrial needs. one kind of salt rock salt or hilite is simply crystallized salt chunks the deposits formed as ancient oceans evaporated. brine on the other hand as water containing the high concentration of sought up to 26 percent the most of this sort of brine is the ocean but it can also be obtained from salty leaks such as the dead sea i'm from
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underground pools of salt water. did you know that salt has even been found on mars leading to a tyranny that either mars once had seas or that some salt on our planet might have just reached earth from outer space. shifting focus now only 12 percent of india's 355000000 menstruating women you send into the napkins the wrist to alternatives like unsanitized cloth or sand the goals of sumach public school in new delhi are learning to manufacture their own sanitary napkins and help increase access in the slums in the schools neighborhood. many here tell me fellows i shared my feelings from the 1st day of my period with my female cousins i shared it with my mother and my teacher as well happy.
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when they talked to my father he's my it and encouraged me to be more mature and keep my head out as he did for the. democrat i used my culottes during my 1st period as i was on a bit about sanitary napkins i was not in this outback that it since i've been studying here i've become much more familiar with sense it in up in some of the my mother still using quotes because she's from i don't go back out you know if you've got the hair i might actually start in my opinion a lot so for me it's all related to napkins and menstruation you can't eat during period because i'm going to temple or go into the kitchen or rush out here and we shouldn't touch i mean friends and have to distance from them the world and that there are many templates like these that. tried to school in delhi breaking the temples 15 years ago they began teaching students about their bodies and menstruation is a crucial part of the curriculum participle go to school. some
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make sure that a small part time teaches the menstrual hygiene classes she wants are famous to insist on feeling ashamed about talking about the people sharing their person experiences part of the night in process. in a class the strengths learn are both the biological processes in their bodies yes they thought the society should only tell person doffing has been and you senator you tell us why the rest resort to alternatives such as unsanitized drugs ashes and rice house. and realize that this is the most sensitive issue and. it's like and if i'm not going to talk about it definitely my next to me also not going to talk about menstruation with other people and other boys and girls. that's the thing that
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started to getting in my mind and i partly i need to bring this up i need to dig this but yet that i need to want the men and other people in the community. something about 30 just a ghost not only about their bodies but also how to make sanitary napkins which they do in their own school. after being a certain amount of cotton while they press it to the formal for she got. the program was introduced by those who love sanitation movement and enjoy it that promotes hygiene at the center. more than 5000 girls says benefited from the ministry of her gender to base a program on the. merits of being not there might not be all women ever i use a sanitary napkin i feel proud because it's me made it my never been so great they don't have any of the plastic and chemicals that are in the other napkins in the market they can't read my body i feel really content as i know what i have used to
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make my napkin so it's good for my health once i'm. learning about the necessity of sanitary napkin since school this is one part of the campaign the student school wants to further spreading the word and talking to women in nearby slums about menstrual hygiene they sell their neck is for treating these are for you since it's far cheaper than commercially produced bags. this aspect of a new society will take time to change but some of the women in the slums are starting to understand the advantages of something i could use. made at you. but i use i live here in the slum oh yeah i was using clothes and but then i heard about the sanitary nupkins made by the girls. there. very good and are better than the ones available on the market. i really like using them
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for years going as they were. also invite women from the slums to come to the school to learn more about women's body in an informal setting. we are playing with these young. go on. and they will be happy. they also the schools and the media suspects afghans will hold. still many young women with insufficient sex education and access to hygiene products of sanitation movement projects like this in other parts of the country and they need. to educate society as a whole about what menstruation is one of the most natural things in the world after a. difficult conversations like speaking to the woman and her
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family about safe menstrual hygiene is what brings about real change communication is a key factor in creating conducive environments not only a tool but also at the workplace even today women continue to face gender discrimination a battle space designer insta tackle this problem enhancing communication she has designed for games and what true games so that workplaces in india can speak about and fight gender discrimination through game officials and team building. here the day starts with playing games but this is serious work in this public research center in paris designers and developers work together on educational games graphic design a rock he give them a code designed to games for the indian market. the aim is to raise awareness about
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workplace discrimination by making employees play. in the video game another day the player acts as an h.r. manager and meets priyanka who's reporting a case of harassment. present her work to a colleague. we had our concept when she says that people whistle at her there that they touch her. her colleagues say she shouldn't wear short skirts she should wear something more traditional so. the game simulates a face to face interaction with the employee answers questions that help the player address the problem and learn new social practices. is also. all the western brands are in india now obviously the girls dress in a more western way it's more practical there's a kind of gap now it's
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a problem we thought was important to address. one big dozens of. other game is a board game called hired. each player has to find out who refuses to recruit women old people or people from religious minorities the most common victims of discrimination. the role play starts and everyone is trying to one mask each other's behavior who i see that you are both sexist and ages. i asked sellers there does a game show the biases you have in india when recruiting and the idea is to show on the contrary that everyone can be integrated into the team you have to hire by looking at people skills and not other aspects. right he made came to paris from new delhi 10 years ago. she was working in an insurance company.
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and she quit her job for this project. this is who i wanted my competence my know how to hope for a social purpose. india gave me a lot when i was young and i wanted to give something back to india. she brought her artistic skills to the team but also her deep knowledge of indian society. you have to adjust to indian cultural sensitivities you can't just go to your boss and say look what you're saying doesn't suit me off slam the door and leave the indian mindset doesn't work like that there's a lot of consultation compromise it's a cultural thing so. you will be included games have been played in about $25.00 companies in india thanks to a local ngo that reaches out to them and introduces the project. in france
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to discrimination that work is far from being solved that's right he can tell. inform woman who is confident will be told she's the boss but if it's a man who has the same kind of behavior we're going to say this is a leader. women are stigmatized even if they have the same qualities as man. to me is working on adapting these games for europe since european organizations have also shown interest. moving on to another fascinating solution and this to me in design is using scraps of cloth left behind by large textile manufacturers to create a brand of small fashion usually most mass production manufacturers are left with an average of 18 percent of textile waste that is usually taken to land this book to the top cycling system this design has managed to see about 75 percent water by
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using just these left was. mountains. textile waste these are pictures of a dump site in bangladesh. both in india and bangladesh tons and tons of textiles from industrial leftovers are thrown away every year. but some of it forms the basis for a new fashion line. the estonian design a red house uses industrial leftover materials to create items like t. shirts sweaters and dresses she wants to be a catalyst of positive change. if you just drive around the industrial area where to see you see just takes the leftovers everywhere i mix with plastic kids playing they are burning it it's toxic waste of air pollution it's like or and the 2nd thing. is are going to the ground water the people who are living there
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they are drinking it getting sick there are so many issues related to that if their waste breakouts cooperates with 3 textile manufacturers in bangladesh and one in india one of them is back simcoe one of the biggest in bangladesh it makes clothing for brands such as h. and m. calvin klein tommy hilfiger and sara more than 240000000000 items are produced in its factory every year. an average 20 percent of what's produced becomes waste. 3 years ago right alex developed a system called up made it consists of 2 main steps for certification of the company to ensure transparency and a detailed leftovers report that center every month from the factory. this makes planning easier for. when they start production then we are going to get the information that we know how big will be there the wastage
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what kind of material so we always make the environmental calculations as well. how many blouses or trousers or different products we're going to make out of the elector worse etc so that that makes it very easy for the big companies as well if something a company would like to adopt. greater else's place to mr downey and capital. shop is located in tele skeery a former industrial complex that's been turned into a creative hub of a stone in the artist's. designing. the designs are sent back to bangladesh and india to be manufactured. by using leftover materials she can save on average 75 percent water and 88 percent energy compared to conventional production. but the scheme does have some
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limitations the biggest limit is that we will never know how much do we have one certain type of material yes that's definitely a limit it means that for example. in one there's i will there 0 for example we never know how many we can do with let's say blue and gray but there will be always be with gray but the blue and gray we always look at different and that's the thing about that's that's the part of our collection despite the challenges that has a lot of potential not only for break outs now wants to convince other companies to take the same step. companies don't have any idea how. wastage after their production so that we are helping them to make the waste really transparent and all the production that they can actually in the moment when they start designing their products they already got. started signing up cycle products as well because they
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will know how much less there was we will be from their main productions another element of the. tackling post consumer waste with her new project denim she collects jeans from recycling centers in estonia a company turns them into a gun which is used to make clothes like bees. customers appreciate the combination of up cycling and recycling. also yeah obviously the idea that you can use fabric that's left somewhere and make it into something really cool i think it's important the boy is known in this line and i think what she's doing is something very special so i think the design and methods are very good and for me it's very important there's a strong design and they're strong ideas. companies could produce around 10 to 15 percent more by using leftovers and save a lot of money for 8 hours it's
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a win win situation she's already working on her next collection. today with the amount of ecological damage the planet has suffered nearly all of us are forced respond to some change of the other i hope today's stories have given you the inspiration to take the 1st step towards creating the change we want to see for the planet we'll be back next week with many more such stories until then. they.
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5 keys to seek for food and use them you also have a role to play. claim . this is you know you news live from berlin and historic blow for germany's governing conservatives and european parliamentary elections the leader of the
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c.d.u. admits the party failed to address worries about the world's climate as the green party more than doubled its share of seats and brussels. meanwhile nationalist parties topped the european poll in a number of countries but fall short of the predicted surge also on the program. could it be the end of the road for populist in boston quotes in the austrian government his former coalition partner the far right freedom party is threatening to add its voice to a motion of no confidence to get the latest from vienna. played . welcome to our special coverage of the european elections 30. the result some mainstream centrist party suffer a big losses and that includes germany's ruling coalition of conservatives and social democrats but head of the conservatives has spoken publicly about the
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disappointing results and a great come column by our reader rated her support for europe peoples party lead candidate month in his bid to become commission president she also acknowledged that her party failed to address young voters concerns over climate change and copyright loss. was said there will be a meeting on sunday to discuss restructuring the party. maximilian akashic is standing by outside the headquarters of chancellor merkel's christian democrats the party the party's new leader declared make sure and raider aided the party support for german conservative months in vain but to be the next european commission president that's less likely after last night isn't it. it is less likely because what we're seeing with fear is the current result of the current estimates of what the new european parliament will look like is that the european parliament will be a lot smaller for commented so the big 10 parties of the european parliament both
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the european people's party people's party where munford weaver was the lead candidates and the candidate to become the president of the european commission this party has this this tent party has lost a lot of seats as did the social democrats tend to the european parliament and what these tristian democrats here in germany now have to do is they have to find a lot of coolish and partners within the new european parliament to make that election of munfordville ever happen and that is going to be quite complicated because the green party in germany has also put one of the lead candidates for the european commission in the ring that's and of course they want to see her become the next commission president but less likely because they have less votes in the european parliament but there's going to be definitely some struggle and some could listen and talks who's going to be the next commission president the city you had one of the worst showings in the party in history and nationwide elections have
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christian democrats lost young people in germany. they certainly have lost a lot of the young vote says that's where previously voting for their christian democrats will be seen in the 2017 national elections that the c.d.u. the christian democrats were still the biggest party among young voters that has changed significantly with the result of the european election now the green party in germany is the biggest party among young voters they had over 30 percent among people under 30 and yes the christian democrats have acknowledged that they don't seem to appeal that much to young voters anymore as of this european election. next me on akashic thank you very much. so the green party gained millions of votes in germany and changing the political landscape in the european parliament and most european politics the environmentalists are writing what they call
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europe's a green wave as hash tag is now trending on social media one political commentator tweeted the big winners of the night performing way better than projected in polls are the greens they came top of the polls in germany big winners in ireland france supported by a lot of 1st time voters a taste of the future the green party's youth wing in britain quoted the green party's co-leader in england and wales song barry we were not standing on a single issue we were standing for worldwide action on climate change and tackling the issues that led to break that and in germany this user refers to the more than 20 percent vote share of the greens reached guess who's going to move forward the next chancellor has tagged green wave. to get the bigger picture now i'm joined by the he works for the institute for european politics here in berlin a major boost for green and far right parties in these polls right and left parties
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in the center left but diminished is this a direct punishment of the traditional parties or has voters priorities shifted well i wouldn't say there's a direct punishment in the sense that it would come as a surprise we saw this just already during the last years it was gradual but there was sort of like a continuous decline of both the member of the european peoples party and the social democrats the liberals. just arising bit by bit over the last year is what comes of it as a surprise the greens we didn't see that in the post before but most of the greens during the last year had by the time better resize them before so i would say that this is rather a long time development which could not functional punishment for the bigger
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parties well despite a strong showing in countries like france like italy like hungary that predicted surge of the far right didn't quite materialize in the way. analysts thought it would well they say i won't be able to shape policy i mean well i would indeed say that it is rather consolidation for the far right than the. we had this 5 years ago 5 years ago the far right really gained a lot of seats and now they are consulate i think they're gaining some will probably but not that much. beyond losing either. as to the influence of the european parliament or what they have in parliament works mostly based on a kind of a grand coalition between the parties of the center and the. parties although the people fighting the social democrats won't have a majority the liberals in the greens still have a comfortable majority so i would predict that if you look at the european parliament alone the influence of the right thing parties vote just be as big as
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this still during the last years we have seen that far right parties have entered the government in several member states so they could have some influence over the council and this of course could shift the dynamics in the way i was in the european parliament because until now we have seen that the right wing parties of not being very constructive in the parliament not been interested in a very active involvement and parliamentary politics and if they gain in power in the council and see the possibility to really shape european policy this of course could change the attitude in the parliament too but they have yet been with the development and austria doesn't seem right now that the far right is really been in power in the council just now let's look at that and that shift in attitude that you are pointing at because it has already happened in
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a certain way euro skeptic populists have shifted from wanting to abandon the bloc to wanting to reshape it within. is that a consequence of the bricks and fiasco where does that that sifts in attitude come from it's partly a consequence of the brics it. and well it's simply obvious that the brics it didn't work out well for the united kingdom so the idea of copping it isn't very attractive on the continent but i think it is also a shift in what as i said and the question of influence over the council so it now looks more attractive for the right thing to to seek to change shipping policy because now they they have this opportunity and i think it was also a question of of the topics which were important during the last year during the migration crisis the right thing positions where not so far from the well from the writing of the p.p.
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so the was kind of a continuing tea between the far right and the center right in this migration prizes which just open the opportunity for the to present themselves as well kind of representing an acceptable point of view in this business you i think this is changing now a bit. of course is under a lot of stress how to deal with the far right on how to deal with fetuses specially as a kind of the bridging party. but there is also in the way the sensation that well you just shouldn't let the far right dominate joan attend one of the institute for european politics here in berlin thank you very much been announced thank you. as we just discussed farai and nationalist parties had been predicted to surge to success in the elections but didn't do as well as expected let's take a look. francis marie le pen was one of the far right leaders celebrating last
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night victory over the party president emmanuel mccall was razor thin but hugely symbolic she say's it means things will have to change in france in future. she was a soft children as she believes he can get out of the situation where she finds himself tonight the failure the defeat of that is experienced with a reshuffle and which he will play recklessly with the saying that he will not work if that is not what the french people expect of them. in britain and to european leader nigel farrar she also said the success of his party showed not just that britons want to leave the e.u. but that they also want politics to change fundamentally. but the most significant victory of the night went to metairie salvini is far right to lead party in italy. there when went beyond all expectations salvini said this
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was a sign that europe was about to undergo a transformation. not only is the league the 1st party in italy but marine le pen is the 1st party in france and the u.k. nodule for august 1st so italy france england it's the sort of a europe that is changing. but despite his success it's unlikely that slovenia will be able to fulfill his dream of working with other nationalists to turn the e.u. on its head from within the populace in other countries did not do as well meaning the far right will still be in a minority in the european parliament. and they're also divided among themselves hungary's anti immigrant leader viktor orban netted more than 50 percent of the vote but disagrees with other populists on our. change issues even so analysts say would be no longer possible for weiss the europe to go back to business as usual given the gains made by such parties. earlier i spoke to our correspondent in the
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line thomas sparrow i ask of the good result for italy is not tears of any one provide him with a springboard he's seeking to form a pan nationalist fund and the european parliament while he certainly believes that is the case and that's something that he repeated today he also mentioned that earlier this morning at 1 o'clock in the morning when he stormed into this room here to talk to the journalists about what he obviously described as a very big victory for his party and his goal is indeed as we just heard in the sound bite to try and form an alliance with other like minded groups in europe he has already stressed that he will obviously focus on migration which has been his key topic in the last few months but he also spoke right here about fiscal issues about defending the workers in italy reducing unemployment there was even talk of maybe reopening fiscal talks with the european union those are issues that sodini has mentioned he wants to bring to that european parliament now that he has led
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a party that is becoming one of the key parties in a european platform what is absolutely clear is that solving it doesn't view hey sparty as one that is regional or that is only based within each of these borders he clearly sees his party one that transcends italy's borders and one that wants to have an impact at a european wide level something that he stressed in both press conferences that he has held here since we heard those results from italy. well let's also have an impact on national politics and italy. while most italian journalists actually ask salvini about the impact that these results could have internally because he has been a lot of speculation that a good result by their lead could actually spell in a way the end. he's governing coalition side binny stressed on both occasions right here that he has no intention of doing so that the coalition has a strong a mandate from the toddy and voters and that he wants to get back to work but dot
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dot said there is still speculation about what it could all mean in particular because the coalition partner the 5 star movement did not have a very good results and here in fact according to the results have been the nation's results they are the 3rd party here in italy behind the p.d. the center left democratic party so for them it wasn't a very positive night so there is still a lot of speculation as to what it could all mean but salvini stress on various occasions right here that he has no intention of leaving the coalition they don't waste time asperin well on me i think. now the results in italy and across europe will undoubtedly have an impact on business not just politics to talk about that in fact god we have fed on my is with me from munich he's president of the kiel institute for the world economy mr phelan while all come from a divided so a more fragmented what does that mean for business. well for example you can ask how has. the parliament changed when it comes to free trade
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positions and if you do the numbers if you look at how the process unfolded before and how forces have changed you come to a surprising conclusion that nothing marks much has changed there's been a lot of exchange the churning but the problem it has not become less pro trade for example or if you ask how is the problem its position. when it comes to climates and to enter into policies you'd be surprised to learn that nothing much has changed yes we had a strong showing of the greens in sure i mean it but in other countries less so so that overall it looks as if the powerful stations have no change to march and that means for business this parliament is not substantially different than the one we had before. let's talk a bit more about that strong showing from the grains will that force companies to become green or. as i said if you do the numbers you see that before the elections the greens in told sell it something like $104.00 members of parliament
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and all they have $108.00 in total so nothing much has changed and yes the greens have been very strong in sherman the and that means that certainly you know they have the hot chamber of of for european manufacturing which is germany will have to adjust to a stronger stronger green policy which means the firms should prepare it with stricter regulation and this should prepared to do more ambitious climate policies box on the european level we don't see much of that so i expect that we see more of the pay to see a slightly stronger position in the parliament by the greens but i don't think that we will see a dramatic change of course because for therapy would say if needed a much stronger showing of the greens not just in chimneys but in the in europe as a whole we have. to kill institute for the world economy thank you very much you're welcome. now to some of the other stories making news around the
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world. france's interior minister says police have arrested a 24 year old man suspected of carrying out last week's bomb blasts in the officers had been searching for a man seen cycling near the scene of the explosion 13 people were wounded with many requiring hospital treatment. protest leaders in sudan have called for a 2 day general strike on tuesday and wednesday it's their latest bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian led a horrid saddam's main opposition party says it won't support the strike a sign of divisions within the country's pro-democracy movement. the head of romania as ruling social democrats as lost his bid to have his corruption charge overturned dragon am must now serve 3 and a half years in prison if you fail to convince an appeals court that he was not guilty of using his influence and procuring fake public jobs for 2 women were
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actually working for his party. to austria now where the conservative people's party of chancellor is a bust and quads came out on top in the european elections last night his party is on course to win just under 35 percent of them about it comes a week after a corruption scandal sources are right junior coalition partners to pull out of government but today courts faces a no confidence vote which could also see him removed from office. could sell the press conference earlier let's have a listen to what he said before going to volker this last week has been a very turbulent time for austria it was a challenging time for politics and for the republic in general and it certainly didn't do anything for our reputation around the world nor the reputation of austrian politics. last week was if you will to the watershed moment for politics in this country. just 32 years of
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age chancers of us and cause may have a us unassigned kenya survived as a political crisis thank you may have been in politics for most of his life but to his supporters sebastian kreutz offered austria something new. thanks in october 27 teen that then 31 year old won the most votes in the election after promising to halt illegal immigration. but with no clear majority his conservative people's party needed a coalition partner. in december 27 teen goods got into bed with the f.p.o. the far right freedom party. a step too far for many austrians who hated the f.b.i.'s historic links to neo nazis but while protesters
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vented their anger at this marriage of convenience sebastian cortes was keen to show off his other side and he immigration yes but pro european. just 18 months later though his dalliance with the far right could result in his own political downfall. court says coalition government has collapsed after a video sting that brought down heinze christian chaka who was the freedom party's leader and austria's vice chancellor. could says put a can take his government in place and has already called a snap election for the or tim. but 1st he has to survive the no confidence vote in parliament and although publicly confident there's no guarantee he will. steve segin a correspondent for austrian broadcaster or f joins me now steve the freedom party
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has announced they will back the social democrats in today's no confidence vote how likely is the us in quotes to be toppled today going to be taught in the coming hours just talk to our correspondents a colleague of mine about his that parliament has spoken to many parliamentarians not want to expects us to survive beyond 5 o'clock early elections are expected to take place in september what will happen until then if courts is really forced out today. will 1st assuming that no coincidence does leave groups ousted from power everything goes to president final bell who must appoint an interim chancellor and let's not forget that it's the big no confidence vote there are 2 what would just remove course from power the 2nd will promote quits and his entire team of the transitional ministers if the whole government is ousted and president found a bell and needs to 1st of all find
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a new interim chancellor that will be we don't know some names are being balanced around since there are no confirmations yet and that chancellor then needs to find an interim team to carry austria through until the autumn elections which are expected in early september there's no confidence vote comes just after courses people's party won by a wide margin in the european elections yesterday what does that mean for courts as for spectators in those september elections. he likes his cards and he clearly intends to play those cards in this interim period between e.b.e. sygate and rocket having to resign there was. a very ominous and purposeful silence by courts for several hours between the haas a shocker resignation and then the 1st statement from courts and we now know that in those hours he was making phone calls he was making plans and he was thinking if
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his strategy was going to be good enough to go to these elections ok so that was day one and in the ensuing days there were meetings there were threats of this vote of no confidence and opposition parties came forward they said if you if you satisfy some demands we don't need to go to the no confidence vote and courts clearly antagonized the opposition he clearly intended to push the no confidence vote for because he thinks his chances of getting an absolute majority in september are very good so he actually push this forward because he's so confident that he will win and win with either an absolute majority or needing just enough of the game perhaps support from one of the small opposition parties to be in total power . how that pans out for him steve tain in the end i many thanks we will. start the . u.s.
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president donald trump is in japan where he's pressing prime minister shinzo amin to even out a trade imbalance with the united states trumpets on the 2nd day of his visit to the country where he became the 1st international leader to me japan's newly crowned emperor. a morning of pageantry at the imperial palace before a day of negotiations trump became the 1st foreign dignitary to meet japan's new emperor know he too since the monarch ascended to the throne. but the u.s. president didn't only come to japan for a salute of on a. piece spending the day sitting down with prime minister shinzo to talk business. we've had some great talk on trade we've had some great talk on the military and we discussed of course north korea i think we've made a lot of progress or a lot of subjects we have to do a little catching up with japan because they've been doing much more business with
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us and we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse the balance well we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly early in the trip trump served up warnings about what he sees as an unfair trade balance he wants japan to buy more u.s. goods including military hardware. the u.s. and japan are both global financial giants are like neighboring china japan isn't keen to engage in a tussle over tariffs there's no talk of an outright trade war for now for the 2 allies another day of diplomatic posturing lies ahead. you're watching g.w. news coming up next andy daily news asia thailand's political landscape is changing the disputed election and political deadlock call into question the future of this man former prime minister talks in china once and dying for the perfect shot why is
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political landscape. take a look at the political tide in the country's north. well . it's good to have you with us the world is closer now to war and. war 2 that's the assessment of u.n. officials looking at the moment and security issues the u.n.
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institute for design. that states with nuclear weapons modernizing the. arms control landscape is changing but that isn't the only changed today 9 countries are in the so-called nuclear club a number of these are located in north korea is one of them the. 6 nuclear test so far this century the arms control association estimates the number of nuclear weapons with pyongyang at around 15 it's now the neighbor china has around 280 think tanks talk or international peace research institute has suggested that beijing is expanding its also to counter threats from the u.s. and india india has long running total total disputes with neighboring pakistan also a nuclear power both countries of compatible austin sizes of around 140 warheads the fear is that any escalation could quickly spill over into a nuclear war the u.n.
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says these developments are cause for concern we've seen real tear ation in the international architecture we have release constraints we have leased confidence building measures and we want stupid in terms of managing tensions between nuclear arms states at a time when they were more often than ever and their relationships between each other a more complex darker more present over is based in vienna over the vienna center for design moment and nonproliferation she joins me now as it over thanks very much for joining us now based on the research that you've conducted so part fossils of do you find that nuclear weapons are being used more for strategic diplomacy and potentially the risk of nuclear confrontation may not be that high. hi thanks for having me. well the risk of use of nuclear weapons is very much
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on the mind of many experts and many governments today which was evident at a recent meeting of state parties to the christian treaty and the reason for that is that there's certainly an increased risk of these nuclear weapons due to right factors one of the keels which is the rising tension between the united states russia. now that the the treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons this exists but has not yet been ratified it's received only 23 of the 50 ratifications into needs so that it can be enforced why do you think it is missing the ratifications well it depends on on the countries that some countries are in the process and and they are going through the mandatory government internal government reviews of how the treaty is compatible with existing policies of that state some countries are waiting for the signature
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of the president of the parliament has come through the british and other countries are genuinely reluctant to join a treaty because because they might have doubts about its c.v. because nuclear weapons possesses have expressed very stern a position to the treaty and declared that they have no intention of signing it's in any receiving the future or wherever and a lot of the countries that don't support the treaty are allies of states diggler and they foresee a role. in national security so until they figure out how to sort of matter the security without extend it because it's there it's there simply not to join a treaty that for him is the use session it's not this 5 of these of the major 9 nuclear powers are based in asia do you see the potential miscalculation can spark off our nuclear confrontation in asia. issue certainly figures prominently
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in recent concerns. increased risk of use of nuclear weapons india and pakistan came very close to fighting again beginning of this year and so a lot of the fellow experts were on high alert wondering where where could this go considering that since the last august and has had a fortune that's it was both countries have more nuclear weapons that movement trueness of doctrines and at least one of the countries foresees the use of nuclear weapons to stop a conventional conflicts from escalating so says certainly the risk of use accused of use of nuclear weapons in asia is quite high north korea is not a factor here the country now has nuclear weapons and. has according to many experts the capability to deliver a nuclear weapon to the original new program us or in the interaction between the united states and north korea part of which happens over twitter is quite an
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example in space right of war breaking up eventually on proton no one wants that rock or modern or thank you very much for speaking to us and here. to thailand next for the political deadlock from its disputed election continues no single party managed to secure an absolute majority and that's thrown the field open to possible coalitions what is clear however is that the political landscape is changing former prime minister thaksin shinawatra type party which once dominated thai politics famous to form a government it did win the most seats but lost support and it's hotter than who are voters in the north of the country that's because the probably true party and its supporters have made inroads there the military junta seized in the country in a coup back in 20145 years later its support is growing and smaller parties have also mud on to the scene didn't lose charlotte travelled upcountry to find out how the lines of class and juggle feed in thailand. welcome to turks in
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country new in thailand agricultural rural in him to former prime minister texan she was political base he is texan affiliated parties like. it with populist policies like cheap health care and infrastructure projects the changing. the military i would have thought prosperity i used to vote for apartheid but i want to see the country progress have something new. i voted for it and then we got . out quite neutral i don't hopefully bring us comfort and unite the thai people that have happened. this is part you know it's one of 2 provinces here in the north where the it is shows the military's proxy party too long to show not only that the time people hear bone from voting for an anti military posse to see the military
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itself and in a country where those 2 sides have long been irreconcilably split that's nothing less than a political $180.00 blunder start one votes with their own populist agenda including raising the minimum wage and by fielding popular form at the time for the titians it's not just plan to sharon's that pad thai lost ground to a new political powerhouse each of food also picked up seats from pataki bridges swayed by its and the military and its charismatic leader turn out on june to it among many a cooling did new texan in spite of these losses per time i did so when the most seats in march is election. is say every lawn seats in the north months another nail in taxes political coffin. whatever the juggernaut and phenomenon that he has been and is no longer the same and tell us why moving beyond tax and we so much time having gone by the military is in power softening of the electorate with money
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and and then you have new forces appearing emerging on the scene and there is a contributing factor to why i think that i have lost some shine back in looking forwards not backwards by. this election has proved one thing with or without checks in the deep divide between pro and anti military parties still dominates type politics. and most of us will have done this and struck a pause in pursuit of the perfect some favor but you might want to check us out on doing before pulling off your 4 cell for deaths on the rise with hundreds of people dying worldwide in self event of accidents most of them falling drowning ordered traffic and almost a half of those recorded happened in india. signature bridge in new delhi it's become one of the country sells the hot spots since its opening in 2018. that the new landmark is definitely not the safest place for photo
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shooting. you don't see the cars and you risk an accident. you're willing to take any risk to make a good selfie i even be ready to jump on the road if i have to. but. it's this kind of attitude that has made india the world's capital of sukkoth cuties among 260 incidents recorded world wide between 2011 and 27 seen more than a half occurred in the country research is attributed to high number to india's enormous population of young people. this student witnessed 24 of his friends die the group had gone down a valley for selfies in a river but water quickly rose his friends were carried away one by one in the current. so here's a really great way of capturing your memories but when we get carried away to watch
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and when you're ready to vote for that award you have several things and you know when you just keep taking selfies and you get addicted to it becomes a problem some psychologists suggest that social media is to drive behind the quest for extraordinary selfies the intention is to be out there be daring and present a face of who died the world would like to see the riskier i become the more entertainment and the more and again when it's going to create for my social media platform. similar thirty's and management companies have to set up new selfie so for dangerous places so people would stop risking their lives. but for the relatively safe spots the selfie trend just seems unstoppable. that's.
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a fusion will be a crisis as she has rallied. surprise victories in the e.u. with action from a divided europe or fragmented continent what's happening to doing business with the law. also coming up a super match and around the gulf all part of trump's plan to soak the great mysteries of the world it. should be worrying about china's artificial intelligence ambitions to talk to venture capitalists to try to exploit it if you. let your business all engines go stocks have surged by more than 10 percent in chrysler and renault italian american company wants to merge with its french rival it create one of the world's biggest carmaker and save billions of dollars needed to invest in the tech race. pornos supervisory board is discussing the possible merger proposed by fiat chrysler the company's largest shareholder the french
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government the support of. the government is favorable to the move as a rino shareholder we must look into the conditions of the deal after all this merger must be good for the economic and industrial development for most but also for the employees it's. it is unclear what consequences employees might face and if layoffs could be in the cards. the proposed merger would bring together 2 of the world's top 10 car makers and could create a new number one in the global market together or no one chrysler could pass folks wagon until you oughta if for no holds on to its partnership with nissan and mitsubishi. currently the no holds a 43 percent stake in nissan which in turn owns 15 percent to 4 in all according to management nissan is open to discussing a stronger alliance possibly joining the merger. the new auto giant would bring
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together a host of well known brands feared chrysler owns its namesake brands as well as of dodge cheap and muscle roddy or no besides its major stake in nissan and mitsubishi holds a majority stakes in russia slava. behind the idea for the merger is the challenge of a changing car business new technologies have up and at the market the mobility autonomous driving and the sharing economy many traditional car makers have found they can tackle those issues better to gather. european markets have reacted positively to the e.u. with action results best is a relieved populist party to gain a dramatic foothold in parliament stacked showed up at the major european indices open with similar games with 100 london office or no gated $1.03 of a percent of the braves won the election there the euro is trading at
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a slight loss generally the elections held loads of centrist 3 parties on the other hand so. let's go live to frankfurt stock exchange will be from a divided to a more fragmented europe what's that mean for business. it could mean very much because european laws supersedes national law which supersedes local and regional law and of course there are so many issues which affect business which are dealt with on a european level if you take competition if you trade take trade for example the talks with donald trump if you take agriculture if you take finance regulation there and the list goes on and on and the discussion in europe you said already it's going to be more fragmented so there's going to be less consensus that's likely at least more confrontation more contentiousness and that means less certainty certainly from a business point of view and that's always bad for business and it's always bad for
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markets as well even though they're taking it quite well today election day also because of the disaster the as it is suffered also here in the state of bremen where they're the 1st time not the strongest party but the 2nd strongest party with the strongest showing from the german greens force companies to become green and. certainly if the greens manage to turn this into further election gains and gain power in the e.u. through commission seats or here in germany through participation in the government then everything will become greener but the leaders i hear talking are already stressing how important sustainability is how important it is to take c o 2 that will and she risks off the books for example. in frankfurt thank you. talking about business trump's been playing golf again with abi the american and japanese leaders could be closer to the 18th hole and signing in historic trade
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deal it be a strong signal to the rest of asia in easing the region's trade tensions with the u.s. . donald trump and prime minister shinzo are they like to play up their golfing friendship when the 2 allies meet as well as working on his swing on this 4 day state visit. trump is pushing our bay to cut the trade gap with the united states japan is america's key ally in asia but trump regularly complains about what he called the unbelievably large trade deficit. he is optimistic about better trade relations with japan. trade wise i think we will be announcing some things probably in august that will be very good for both countries we have to do a little catching up with japan because they've been doing much more business with us we'd like to do a little bit more business and the reverse the balance well we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly. while they wrestle with deficit issues
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relations between the 2 economic heavyweights remain positive thank you says he will speed up talks on a trade deal. the leaders presented a common front over dinner but the trade dispute between the u.s. and china overshadows the visit trump says no china deal yet but repeated his view that he expected wanted some point but i think we will have a deal with japan likewise i think we will have a deal with china sometime into the future. crunch meeting for asian trade will come when trump meets chinese president xi jinping next month at a g. 20 meeting in japan. one thing the trade war has shown is that the us is why china will overtake it as the market leader in all things take it already is in artificial intelligence research scientists have been pursuing ai for decades but the last few years have seen real breakthroughs the chinese in particular
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developing smart software and devices at a scorching pace for chinese internet giants played key roles in the technology alibaba 10 cent i fly tech and by do they're all applying a nearly every imaginable digital corner of the web and the chinese state is behind the push that's why many analysts a worried the tech could be misused for spying or surveillance well silicon valley investor edith young joins us from t. don't use global media form in bonn if how worried should we be about china leading in ai. well it's certainly sometimes kind of scary to think about you know if you go down on the street in beijing you jaywalk you literally could get a traffic ticket right in seconds on. so if you're going to cover the china definitely a little worrisome is definitely
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a survey done state you do see you see t.v. everywhere but i think you know the most interesting part is that chinese citizen all in or are are aware of that is going on but in many ways like many other citizen you know still remember 30 years ago china is a really really poor country and how chinese government really help the population to live out the paucity so in many ways i think you know obviously from a western point of view it is scary but from a chinese point of view many of the citizens so that in some way sort of a set that this is sort of the fact and how they live their life the other thing is that china is becoming a leader in so many of these technologies and exporting that hardware that software that technology should the west be worried about that the chinese are setting the standard. well i think that most of the so china chinese government obviously wanted to be number one in 2030 as you mention that the few companies the tens and
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i fly tech i think most of their algorithm is actually based on chinese language so from from a source data point of view or all voice data mostly around chinese language so in many ways even they want to export i definitely don't thing is for primetime because let's say i actually use the. voice keyboard but i think systems are in english still not performing as well as we used with google so i think for now i don't think the west is necessary to worry about. chinese using exporting any of the. most. homegrown for chinese citizen and government really briefly europe there in the form talking about ai in the media how is china using a i in the media. also chinese using
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a media a really really. and in fact the most valuable company a company in the world called by dance which is the most popular with come by these 500000000 monthly active users now is value a 75000000000. all powered by. content creation and discovery so it's different to see how chinese media have used. to create the 1st z.e.o. anchor the 1st war video radio show using completely computer generated ai generate a voice and also on top of that they actually have a i reporter as well able to literally produce these 40 to 50 pieces content per day surely generated by machines so i look forward to talking more about the audience more example about that they will enjoy the forum so we can value
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investing if young thank you very much for joining us on g w. thank you for having me. and now a quick recap of some of the top global business stories making news here chrysler is proposing a merger with french to make a renault italian company is from plans for a deal that would create a world leader and help address some of the weaknesses in both renault n.p.'s both companies have struggled with tightening emissions of regulations and expensive new technology for connected and autonomous vehicles. and on his 4 day visit to japan u.s. president has said he is confident the 2 countries will be able to see. though the most bumps in the trade relationship by august america's presidents had recently put japanese automakers on edge after calling car imports a threat to national security. that brings you up to date on the. nightstand business with.
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and innovative projects around the world but i do use the protect the claim that boost green energy solutions and resources should be using interactive content to inspire people to take action global audience and series of global $3000.00 on t.w. and online. how's your view of the world. where i come from the goal is that to get to cisco it's just like this chinese food that's natural where i am always reminds me of home after decades of living in germany china's food is one of the things i miss the most but that taking a step back and i see things i need to differentiate knowledge plenty of fluids 1st as an articulation of that exists the other part of the wall haven't been implemented in china that's really not up china's new home wondering if their
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fortunes a good move but if you have a ride to another world that is this is that job up just out of the my how i see it the deficit why i love my job because i tried to do it except it is an hour a day by name of the newsroom and i work at it up new. this is do you know when you news line from berlin historic blow for germany's governing conservatives and european elections to the leader of the c.d.u.
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as many of the party fail to address worries about the world's climate as the green party more than double its share of seats and brussels and. nationalist parties topped the european polls in a number of countries but fall short of a predicted surge also on the program. could it be the end of the road for the bust template says austrian governments to former far right coalition partner is threatening to add its voice to a no confidence vote despite its involvement in a corruption scandal. welcome to the program. the european parliamentary elections on mainstream centrist party suffer big losses and that includes germany's ruling coalition of conservatives and social democrats the head of the conservatives has spoken out
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publicly about the results acknowledging that her party failed to address young voters worries especially over climate change. as the results came in at seaview headquarters the scale of the night's losses became clear 6 percent of voters had deserted the party a blow for the chancellor but not a reason to resign and i get america as our elected chancellor we have to think things through ended that we have no plans for a change in leadership because that's not decided by one party alone unstated. and cited that. it was obvious things weren't going the cd use way even before polls closed and once the votes were counted it was up to the party's leader to admit its shortcomings. the result is the worst that the c.d.u. has ever achieved in its entire history either at the european or the national level and i want to make it completely clear that this does not agree with our
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claim to be a big tent party. folks but. the c.d.u. once dominated german politics but now voters are asking what its future holds i think we need to put some thought into who is running things and perhaps also communicate more skillfully. astonished as i don't think there's a bright side for them like there was after the last few elections. to greens on the other hand had every reason to celebrate a stunning performance built on their core topics of climate change and digitalisation never has the party been so successful in a nationwide election it doubled its share of the vote at the expense of the governing coalition. of the national level i would hope the government controlled the right conclusions from these elections and that doesn't mean. the leaders should worry about what their party's needs are right now but that the government as the name suggests should actually start governing it preferably in terms of the key issues of climate protection and
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a pro european orientation for the other party in germany's governing coalition shock and disbelief the social democrats also face their worst ever result in a nationwide election. maximilian acosta standing by outside the headquarters of chance that i'm going to america's christian democrats the party the party's new leader declared make sure. the party supports the german conservative months and veba to be the next european commission president that's less likely after last night as an. it is less likely because what we're seeing with fear is the current result of the current estimates of what the new european parliament will look like is that the european parliament will be a lot smaller for commented so the big 10 policies of the european parliament both the european people's party people's party where munford weaver was the lead candidates and the candidate to become the president of the european commission
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this party has this this tent party has lots of lost a lot of seats as did the social democrats tend to the european parliament and what these to christian democrats here in germany now have to do is they have to find a lot of coolish and partners within the new european parliament to make that election of munfordville ever happen and that is going to be quite complicated because the green party in germany has also put one of the lead candidates for the european commission in the ring that's and of course they want to see her become the next commission president less likely because they have less votes in the european parliament but there's going to be definitely some struggle and some could listen and talks who's going to be the next commission president the city you had one of the worst showings in the party in history and nationwide elections have christian democrats lost young people and germany. they certainly have lost a lot of the young vote says that were previously voting for their christian
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democrats what we've seen in the 2017 national elections that the c.d.u. the christian democrats were still the biggest party among young voters that has changed significantly with the result of the european election now the green party in germany is the biggest party among young voters they had over 30 percent among people under 30 and yes the christian democrats have acknowledged that they don't seem to appeal that much to young voters anymore as of this european election. next me on akashic thank you very much. these elections have for many been the climate elections with gains for green parties across europe the delhi reporter all that is here to take a look at this phenomenon being called the green wave the german green party was among last night's biggest winner wasn't they suddenly when they came in 2nd in germany only off the. conservatives but ahead well ahead of the social democrats
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and that is really if in fact they took well over a 1000000 voters from each of those 2 main governing german posses and the momentum for this green wave obviously has been building up for months you know we can mention. swedish activists for example and have verified is the future which also took place in germany as many other places. and here in germany we also had several cities who have declared. emergencies climate emergencies and just last week there was a case here in germany a prominent you tube. he put out a video which went viral 12000000 views at the moment condemning the conservatives for their failure to act on climate change. and yet he also he also called on other influences if you like to get their views and uses you know enough to vote conservative social democrats. liberal or or far right of that base
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believes the greens so all of these are factors that may have may have influenced. this vote. but if you look at the actual numbers we have a graph here that you can see the younger the younger the vote the more the more likely they aren't to vote green. also people up until the age of 60 you can see the. a quarter of them are actually voting green so and we're seeing similar numbers like this all across europe and it does look like the new green group in the european parliament may be a force to reckon with they can even end up as the kingmaker when it comes to electing or choosing the next. commission president so what what reactions have we been seeing to this result we have we have actually a few clips we've been out on the streets of berlin and spoke to some voters of all ages of the. months that i think the younger generation is more diverse and the
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bigger the mainstream parties have perhaps failed to represent them so far time. you going to do i think the greens led a brilliant election campaign in germany focusing on climate and the environment young people are really receptive to that through the american conservative union has to change and must become adept with social media and the social democrats also really have to reinvent themselves. from what it does is in and i think this also sends a message about federal politics it's kind of a slap on the wrist for germany's grand coalition climbs up scoff and. most. so a few voices from the streets of berlin there we've also had a look on social media where the hash tag green wave is trending at the moment we have one political commentator highlighting this green wave being a pan-european phenomenon he writes the big witness of the ninety's performing way better than projected in post the greens they came top in the in the polls in
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germany big winners in ireland and from supported by a lot of 1st time voters taste of the future. we have the u.k. green youth policy reminding us that the party is not just about environment they rights. we were not standing on a single issue we were standing for worldwide action on climate change and tackling the issues that led to brics it and the last one we have lost seats we have from from germany a user suggesting that the greens to go all the way to the top perhaps in the next federal election they guess who's going to put forward the next chancellor has a green wave had they are talking about the co-leader of the greens here in germany robots ha back in an interview this morning he rejected rejected questions about pushing for fresh elections so we might have the and that's just it's interesting times in german politics for sure thank you very much for your background
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information on social media reactions on the european elections. far and nationalist parties have been predicted to surge to success in these elections but didn't do as well as expected let's take a look. at france's marie le pen as one of the far right leaders celebrating last night victory over the party president emmanuel mccall was razor thin but hugely symbolic she says it means things will have to change in france in future. she was a soft cheerleader she too has been a groom believes he can get out of the situation where she finds himself tonight the failure to defeat the key is experienced with a reach and which she will play recklessly with the saying it will not work that is not what the french people expect. in britain and to european leader nigel farrar she also said the success of his party showed not just that britons want to leave
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the e.u. but that they also want politics to change fundamentally. but the most significant victory of the night went to material salvini is far right to lead party in italy. there when went beyond all expectations salvini said this was a sign that europe was about to undergo a transformation. not only is the league the 1st party in italy but marine le pen is the 1st party in france and the u.k. nodule for august 1st so italy france england it's the sort of a europe that is changing. but despite his success it's unlikely that slovenia will be able to fulfill his dream of working with other nationalists to turn the e.u. on its head from within the populace in other countries did not do as well meaning the far right will still be in a minority in the european parliament. and they're also divided among themselves
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hungary's anti immigrant leader viktor orban netted more than 50 percent of the vote but disagrees with other populists on a. if she's even so analysts say would be no longer possible or why for europe to go back to business as usual given the gains made by such parties. a little while ago i spoke to our correspondent in milan thomas sparrow i asked him if the good result for italy is not so so many one provide him with a springboard he's seeking to form a pan nationalist front in the european parliament well he certainly believes that is the case and that's something that he repeated today he also mentioned that earlier this morning at 1 o'clock in the morning when he stormed into this room here to talk to the journalists about what he obviously described as a very big victory for his party and his goal is indeed as we just heard in the sound bite to try and form an alliance with other like minded groups in europe and
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has already stressed that he will obviously focus on migration which has been his key topic in the last few months but he also spoke right here about fiscal issues about defending the workers in italy reducing unemployment there was even talk of maybe reopening fiscal talks with the european union those are issues that salvini has mentioned he wants to bring to that european parliament now that he has led a party that is becoming one of the key parties in a european platform what is absolutely clear is that doesn't view his party as one that is regional or that is only based within each of these borders he clearly sees his party one that transcends into these borders and one that want to have an impact at a european wide level something that he stressed in both press conferences that he has held here since we heard those results from italy. well let's also have an impact on national politics and italy. while most italian journalist actually asked salvini about the impact that these results could have
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internally because he has been a lot of speculation that a good result by their lead could actually spell in a way the end of each of these governing coalition side binny stressed on both occasions right here that he has no intention of doing so that the coalition has a strong mandate from the toddy and voters and that he wants to get back to work but dot that said there is still speculation about what it could all mean in particular because the coalition partner the 5 star movement did not have a very good results here in fact according to the results that have been the latest results that the party here in. austria now where their conservative people's party of chancellor is a bust and courts came out on top in the european elections as party is on course to win just under 35 percent of the vote comes a week after a corruption scandal forced his foreign junior coalition partner to pull out of government but today courts faces a no confidence vote which could also see him removed from office. here's what
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courts had to say in parliament earlier today. amid all this last week has been a very turbulent time for our history it was a challenging time for politics and for the republic in general and it certainly didn't do anything for our reputation around the world nor the reputation of austrian politics. last week was if you will a watershed moment for politics in this country are suing to put opportunity to. save save and a correspondent for us in broadcaster or f joins me now steve this is quite a confusing situation causes party wins the european elections last night and today he faces a vote of no confidence talk us through what's happening in vienna. yes so based on . across europe. again. of course the sebastian groups that it took full credit for that even though. it
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was really an election where pushed it up and said thank you very much this is a historic achievement and. i have to admit that the celebration party people were chanting which is name and the name of the candidate so very much to form in the wake of the gate scandal to be a forward for coup its leadership in the party we've been hearing all day that the freedom party could be decisive by voting against the government but it was the freedom party you had to quit the coalition after it's part and this corruption scandal it is a gate and you were just talking about they think the party facing political consequences. yeah people were expecting that to happen but if we can go back to last night's results they actually did very well and they lost just about supercenter came out with 17 percent of the vote so the very clear message was is that their base just didn't really care too much it's kind of
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a static base and one of their supporters who was interviewed after the election result came out pretty clearly in this act but i think what the base is thinking. in their cynical way they're saying we think all politicians are alike that are just happened to get caught so a very cynical opinion about politics in general from the freedom party base. and that didn't really move the needle too much in terms of punishment for them i mean you elections and that will come back to bite suboxone groups perhaps in the snap elections that are going to take place in early september because he's absolutely trying to go solo no and achieve an absolute majority if the freedom party can bring out their voters if the social democrats do accomplish some sort of a rebound that's going to be a big problem but that is a big question as phil is feeling to gain traction. here and you
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know that we're just hearing that from us and close has indeed been al said what's next for austria. no it was the president found a bell him and he will have to find an interim chancellor very quickly that in austria can be anyone who's 18 or older and get a vote. it's unlikely that you will choose a young underling person. there are some names that are that are being debated but yes he has to find an interim chancellor that chancellor will then have to find. a temporary set of cabinet ministers who will carry austria through until the election. is about in course was ready to present his team of new ministers today they were all in parliament at this session where he just got ousted he never got a chance to get up and introduce them so now this new government of technocrats needs to be sworn in very quickly because all the politicians who were voting and
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it was well known that they were going to vote to oust him were very eager to emphasise that this would not apply image austria into a state of chaos that there are procedures in place to maintain stability stability stability so yes now we move on to technocrats who will carry the government through until the elections and those technocrats will have to be chosen by consensus which all parties agree to otherwise we'll be back in a no confidence situation within days what does the future hold for is a must end quote. wouldn't we like to know that either his stocks are very high he certainly seems to think so or this is it for him because no he has single handedly plunged austria into no it was a snap election but 2 he rose to power by bringing down the previous brand of coalition. and he is now being hit with that particularly
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by the social democrats is this irresponsible ego maniacal. power hungry individual who will go to any lengths to secure power. so either he's going to get that power or he has indeed history saved a talking us through the political crisis in austria many thanks. now to some of the other stories making news around the world. france's interior minister says police have arrested a 24 year old man suspected of carrying out last week's bomb blast in the own officers had been searching for a man cycling near the scene of the explosion 13 people were wounded but many are requiring hospital treatment. head of romania's ruling social democrats has lost his bid to have his corruption charge over turned livio dr mayo must now serve 3 and a half years in prison he failed to convince an appeals court that he was not guilty
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of using his influence and procuring fake public jobs for 2 women who are actually working for his party. protest leaders in sudan have called for a 2 day general strike on tuesday and wednesday as their latest bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian little 40 songs main opposition party says it won't support the strike a sign of divisions within the country's pro-democracy movement. u.s. president donald trump is in japan where he's pressing prime minister shinzo abaya to even out a trade imbalance with the united states trump is on the 2nd day of his visit to the country where he became the 1st international leader to me japan's newly crowned emperor naruhito. a morning of pageantry at the imperial palace before a day of negotiations trump became the 1st foreign dignitary to meet japan's new
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emperor know he too since the monarch ascended to the throne. but the us president didn't only come to japan for a salute of on a. piece pending the day sitting down with prime minister shinzo albury to talk business we've had some great talk on trade we've had some great talk on the military and we discussed of course north korea i think we've made a lot of progress there a lot of subjects we have to do a little catching up with japan because they've been doing much more business with us we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse the balance will we'll get the balance of trade i think straight now to rapidly. early in the trip trump served up warnings about what he sees as an unfair trade balance he wants japan to buy more u.s. goods including military hardware. the u.s.
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and japan are both global financial giants unlike neighboring china japan isn't keen to engage in a tussle over tariffs there's no talk of an outright trade war for now for the 2 allies another day of diplomatic posturing lies ahead. it will be a major shake up of the global car market and how american carmakers feel chrysler is proposing a merger with france's renault and create one of the largest automakers in the world. supervisory board is discussing a merger asked proposed by fia tristar meanwhile on a french talk show the company's largest shareholder the government is supportive equal the government is favorable to the move but as a rental shareholder we must look into the conditions of the deal after all the conditions of this merger must be good for the economic and industrial development of but also for the employees. the proposed merger would bring together
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2 of the world's top 10 car makers and it could create a new number one in the global market more importantly both companies feel they could help each other get past their weaknesses or noise looking for a better footing in the u.s. car market meanwhile chrysler could use a strong partner to move ahead with new technologies including the mobility and autonomous driving. you're watching t w news our top stories at this hour austrian chancellor is a bust and cause has been ousted as opposition parties join forces in a vote of no confidence motion was backed by lawmakers from the far right freedom party which was in coalition with courts until only a week ago when its leader became embroiled in a video staying and stepped down on syria's president must count going to chancellor to form a government that can garner parliament support until the next national election
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and he hopes in time to. suffer a stunning blow from germany's conservatives in european elections the head of the c.d.u. party admits it failed to address worries about the world's climate arrival green party more than doubled its share of seats and brussels. coming up next and d.-w. news asia thailand political landscape is changing a disputed election and political deadlock call into question the future of this man former prime minister toxin shinawatra. and dying for the perfect shot why is india the world's capital for death i still feel that story and more coming up to n t w news asia. don't forget you can always get d.w. news on the go just download our app from google play from the app store i'll give you access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news you can also use the t w app to send us your photos and videos. same tune for g.w.
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