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this is live from berlin nigerian president mahmoud ari is sworn in for a 2nd term the 76 year old won reelection in february after pledging to revive the economy improve security and tackle corruption but many young nigerians remain unconvinced he was the right choice for their future. also coming up the tussle for the top job in brussels is underway and it could take some time leaders are clashing over who should be the next president of the european commission a post-election summit in brussels has so far failed to ease the tensions plus the
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world of formula one says its final farewell tweet motor sports legend mickey lauder is being buried today in his hometown of vienna austria following to death last week at the age of 70. i'm sorry kelly welcome to the program nigeria's president muhammadu buhari has been sworn in for a 2nd and final term the 76 year old took the oath of office at an open ceremony in the capital a boot but he did not give an inaugural address a number of regional leaders attended the loci event in africa's most populous nation. is reporting from eagle square in a job where president inauguration just took place funny we are hearing of
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a low key ceremony walk us through what you're seeing. well 1st of all let me just share the situation that happened just moments after the president has left the square and the red carpet is just being rolled up by now a crowd basically stormed the square and did it trying to get what ever they could get their hands on anything connected to the inauguration but also water bottles things that they could tell outside of the square which definitely shows you a part of the state of the country that is about desperation after all. this country has this very sad record of being the number one country when it comes to poverty worldwide having said that of course you can imagine has that turnout here at the square which is a small if you stumble sort of like a small stadium was quiet you know it was actually representatives from the governing a.p.c. party who joined but not the ordinary civilian because the ordinary civilian
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outside of this square in a we just city is very much disappointed about that the 1st target went on the president rouhani they feel that not a lot was done to revamp the economy to sweep away corruption and to make sure that the stability and security in this country but then again of course the people who voted for president who are a 2nd term a.p.c. they say simply so many challenges ahead so many big tasks that cannot be solved in 4 years but especially young people are the ones who say they are very much disillusioned about the way this country is headed and they feel that very basic things are lacking for example electricity or education funding to char from the inauguration ceremony of president hu hari in nigeria's capital abuja thank you funny. and as we heard funny mention there not all nigerians are happy about election about half of registered voters in february's election were under the age of $35.00 and many of them are skeptical about their 76 year old president is the right man to revamp the economy funny also spoke earlier with young voters who see
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no reason to celebrate today's inauguration. these young men who want this cocktail bar and if the president were to stop by they would make a very special drink for him. if you miss a strong drink so maybe you could resets. where you get a strong drink you put you to sleep when you wake up maybe you're going to think about these youths gave strong drink let's see what we could do for them. they feel is doing way too little to empower the youth all of them have studied abroad back here they are often called front of nigeria's makeshift infrastructure such as its regular power outages they must spend 200 dollars every month just to keep their drinks cool their youths were young vibrant we want to do something so if the
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government can give us. i think will be greater than anything give you power in terms of your power in terms of influence power in terms of electricity when we give electricity influence. and infrastructure and how it relates to the business. he has promised all of that but it's hard to find someone who believes in his policies very. few dozen of them are but i'm not saying anything is the leaving so the issue i feel that. after a while i finally find a horror supporter eager to join the festivities our own president we need. since the room was no beauty would be the sinks but i don't see it but. for now down president mahmoud were president the support of a majority of the electorate the youth about half of the registered voters are
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under $35.00 but only every 3rd of the electorate went out to vote at all the historic low which does not bode well for president biharis 2nd term. there appears to be a growing rift between german chancellor angela merkel and french president emanuel over who should take the a used top job. that's the process by which the biggest parties so-called lead candidate takes the post that would be the head of the european people's party who also happens to be german. says that process is obsolete it comes after last week's european elections destroyed longstanding political alliances. as europe's leaders took their seats at a summit in brussels there was little to suggest that anything was wrong but after last week's elections to the european parliament in which both the center right to
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and center left parties lost seats the political climate here is changing and so too are the jobs. the biggest question is who will replace this man john claude younker is president of the e.u. commission and soon to step down. and these are the frontrunners for the post they've been nominated by the political groups in the european parliament we can bring the whole strength of europe over you but german chancellor angela merkel has put her weight behind german m.e.p. manfred verba the lead candidate from the biggest block in the e.u. parliament but french president emmanuel mark on doesn't like this lead candidate system and wants change perhaps even this woman e.u. commissioner margaret fest. feebleness to you because the german government has committed to the principle of the need candidates however the parties represented
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in the coalition have different views as to which candidate is best suited. if everyone's distaste with their preferred names will be stuck because none of the groups have a majority all alone and even if 3 of them work together they still have a majority we need 3 you even 4 groups to do this beautiful some believe mekel is behind the curve on this because she has self will soon be leaving her own job. to fit in so there is a kind of missed opportunity between france and germany and the germans were at one point more european than the french is too much of an economic discrepancy between france and germany germany is the 1st economic power in europe so europe is less vital for germany than it is for france and that's quite sad. it's now down to another e.u. chief donald to ask to try to come up with an acceptable nominee for the next commission president fronts with germany and france at odds over the process this
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won't be an easy task. let's get a quick check of some other stories making news around the world the chinese telecom company while way has asked the u.s. for to throw out legislation barring government agencies from buying its products it says that president trump's steps to essentially ban it in the u.s. are unconstitutional washington fears that while ways technology could be used to pass data on to beijing. also in the united states at least 11 people have been injured in a wave of tornadoes that struck kansas and missouri the twisters destroyed several houses and brought down power lines in the kansas city area they came a day after 30 people were injured by debris as a tornado hit ohio. you're watching t.v. you know still to come on the program she was elected mayor of the turkish city with more than 50 percent of the vote but this ethnic kurdish politician has been
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prevented from taking office and she's not the only opposition politician in america wants turkey to be kept out of power. we had to brazil now where the prison system has been rocked by a spate of killings the bodies of more than 50 inmates were found in several prisons among the house in the remote amazonia state authorities are attributing the deaths to drug related gang violence president and i are both so not 0 have vowed to regain control of brazil's presence his spokesperson says that the violence is unlikely to spread further but others aren't so sure. whole column from above but inside these walls brutality reigns some 55 inmates have been massacred inside brazil's prisons strangled to death and stopped with shop and toothbrushes. families gathered at a morgue demanding to see the bodies of their loved one's father is a still waiting to hear if their husbands are alive it is that when you get
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anguished desperate here outside the prison we don't know what to do because we aren't allowed to get close to the gate the police won't allow us and don't inform us about anything. less it's not easy because they are treated like animals inside if they are humans not dogs they should be given jobs and put to work but it doesn't happen. the killings began on sunday and spread across 4 prisons in the amazonas state languished relatives rioted outside the gates brazil's justice minister has blamed gang violence he says suspected ringleaders will be transferred to maximum security prisons. in formation we have stood there was a conflict between criminal factions within the prisons which can happen anywhere in the world but this should not happen we have a real geisha to try to control these types of cases but others blame systematic overcrowding for raising tensions between inmates you've. been to the
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brazilian prison system is a system that is absolutely overcrowded we have the 3rd largest prison population in the world and we have more than 700000 prisoners living in absolutely need to maintain conditions. it's not the 1st mass killing inside brazil's prison system some are now warning that these latest deaths could trigger a wave of payback killings. turkey's largest city istanbul is preparing for a rerun of its name may oral election in a few weeks time the country's electoral commission an old the result of an earlier vote following a complaint from president wretch of type a k. party of the same process is playing out elsewhere in turkey some cattle bit's who have won an election are prevented from starting their new jobs. yulia han met an
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opposition politician in the kurdish majority city of van who was elected mayor back in march but is unable to take office service and her. son when did john catch must walk through her neighborhood in the city of van it always takes a while she's constantly recognized by people involved in conversations asked for advice it's hardly surprising many you think of catch must as then they are voices that is what they're there just minutes into a local elections at the end of march she stood for the pro kurdish opposition party h d p in vans it amid district she won with almost 54 percent of the vote but her joy did not last long. enough for your oh i took just the care care museum although i never thought that i would not receive my mandate i wasn't expecting this because the election commission had approved me as a candidate. 2 months after the vote people here are still appalled by the election board's decision. on lane ago and i think this is very
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unfair the. decision is wrong and whoever wins the election should take office. there in minutes by not giving her the mandate this stealing the will of the people most of them in. the election commission says goujon catchments should not be mayor because she was dismissed from her job by an emergency decree following the attempted coup in 2016 despite international criticism the turkish government. had tens of thousands of state employees detained sacked or suspended. most was a teacher at the time was also on the list she still doesn't know why. i mean if it was impossible to cope with the same election authority that allowed us to run as candidates then makes this unlawful decision it's supposed to be an absolutely independent institution but it's not it's under the control of the a.k.p. . lawyers. instead of catchments the runner up candidate in her district was
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declared made a member of president adeline's a k party. a few weeks ago catchments protested against a ruling in front of the town hall where she feels she should now be working it took just a few minutes for the police to clear the demonstrators thanks. i'm i am. tanisha is the only member of the ruling a.k.p. in van who is willing to talk to us he blames good young coach mrs party for the outcome. of a rival party deliberately nominated candidates who were sacked by emergency decrees are honorable president had warned them don't nominate people with links to terror groups or crime or those who were sacked if you do it this is what you can't who will. in 5 districts in southeastern turkey
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a key people the titians were given the office despite pro kurdish h d p candidates actually winning the elections the opposition insists it's a deliberate attempt to keep them out of power. pugin catchments is now helping out in her husband's stationery store and she has filed an appeal against the decision to withdraw her mandate even though she has little chance of success is evident pokers i don't want to give up i want to be there for the people of adamant my hope of the unlawful an anti democratic practices in turkey will soon end all those. at present from a friend in nameplate for what should have been her new office now it's here in the shop one of the few remind us that goujon catchments was recently elected mayor.
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now for most of his life the ukrainian photographer boris mikhail often faced censorship from authorities in the former soviet union his work is raw and brutal depicting homeless men displaying their wounds prostitutes exposing themselves children sniffing glue the k.g.b. even punished him for taking nude photos of his own wife. in recent decades his on averted gaze has made him one of the biggest names in contemporary photography. met up with him here in berlin where his work is on exhibition to mark his 80th birthday. his career bothers me high love has focused on people living at the edges of society as well known series case history from the 1990 s. portrays invalid's children and the dispossessed in his home city kharkiv after the collapse of the soviet union whether of nakedness or need the images are brutally direct often hard to look at me i love takes a different view. revenue to focus on the taliban.
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it's more compassion. maybe even a sign of respect for the problems humans suffered. for help people get into this situation by pure bad luck or. you could say this misfortune is preprogrammed a look at those these people are no scientists or scholars and then you know you're in there and you. go for sleep after drinking is the title of a major berlin exhibition marks but it's me high loves 80th birthday some of the poses seem to recall christian motifs of explains that many people carry gestures like these inside them and points to an example. of rose garden ask them to show me how he sleeps he said he sleeps like this well so you had to lie on top of his then go so he wouldn't get stole. and then he lay down. and the result was an almost
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religious looking over. your for. me high love personally experience the soviet regime suppression losing his job as an engineer because of his photos his work was rarely shown until the 1990 s. then in 1900 for me high love received a scholarship. but left ukraine for new york city. more more of a preferred nation is i left for personal and health and other reasons. but the main reason was that you have to defend your work you have to try to make something out of it thought out a book or a project when you were at the time it was impossible in ukraine to do anything at all except collect the pictures that the minute you're born you know. now me shylock's no longer has to fight for recognition. following exhibitions in new york london and vienna now berlin is often on home for 20 years is finally doing the
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honors. as a script think about some new ideas in rwanda internationally there are very few people who use a camera so powerfully in an effort to influence the society. and then all at once in the 1990 s. mikhail off appeared the only one to emerge in the post soviet environment and his distinctive approach is to look at social injustice and at the physical and really think about it and. even if any kind of has an eye for the weakest and most vulnerable he doesn't think of himself as a do gooder his older works examine the heroes of socialism and poke fun at them all his work in photography has included some form of criticism of the world's ruling classes he sees what others all too often refuse to see but he forces us to look that is the essence of us me high loves art.
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on a somber note now funeral services were held today for formula one legend niki lauda in his hometown of vienna austria he died last week at the age of 73 time world champion allowed a claimed his 1st title with ferrari in 1975 a horrific crash at the german grand. pre the following year nearly cost the austrian his life but loud i made a remarkable recovery and went on to win 2 more championships in 19771984 iconic figure lauder retired in 1905 but remained active in formula one throughout his life. let's get more now we're joined here by going to and from or at so tell us a little bit more about what's happening today so currently underway in the in the sense even this cathedral right in the heart of the city. is a public memorial service for niki lauda his coffin has been lying close in repose
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there since him this morning and mourners have been chewing up to come by and pay their final respects fans of nucular out of fans of the sport notables family members colleagues contemporaries of loud in attendance lewis hamilton one notable personality of course in the world of form for me the one who's been there today he dedicated his monaco grand prix win at the weekend and he allowed a saying that it was the hardest race he'd ever had that was for you nicky your fighting spirit was right there with me every step of the way austrian president alexander vonda been is also in attendance bernie ecclestone of course a giant from the formula one world as well has stayed away he said they didn't want to see nicky allowed a date that nicky lives on for him after this public mass the lights are going to be a private funeral just for family members close friends of niki lauda and he's going to be buried actually wearing his ferrari racing in overalls what was his legacy
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well his legacy is his legacy and of course his you know just in sporting terms he goes out as one of the most successful drivers in the history of formula one but it was far more than just his race wins which you know captured people's hearts you mentioned the horrific crash that he louder was involved in in 1976. and it really was a miraculous recovery after that crash when he was in hospital recovering being treated for his injuries that he sustained he was actually read his last rights he came back close to losing his life in that incident but missed only 2 races following that he then by the 3rd race he was back in the cockpit back fighting for the title and came very. close to winning he went on to win 2 more during his career he was of course had a very famous rivalry with james hunt which was immortalized in more recent years in the film rush that could be familiar to plenty of our viewers and like he said he was active in formula one for the rest of his life he was instrumental in bringing lewis hamilton to miss avies
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a big hand in the history of the sport time tonight thank you thank you. football now and english sides arsenal and chelsea need him back and tonight in the final of the europa league the build up has been overshadowed by criticism over the choice to host the game in the capital azerbaijan far from london arsenal's armenian player henrik mkhitaryan stayed behind over security fears while rights groups have accused by john of using the final to divert attention from its poor human rights record. stadium had seemed an asset to the city ahead of this far i know now the fact that the ground can hold almost 70000 seems worrying plenty of those seats looks set to remain empty for arsenal and chelsea fans from london almost 5000 kilometers away travel is complicated and expensive for locals ticket pricing is prohibitive unrelenting criticism is making you wait for his decision to hold the
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final impact who look like an own goal and the prospect of playing in front of me get support is an unappealing one for the teams themselves yes i prefer to play without support that here i prefer can't come here a lot of support there for us now from front. for long on but it's difficult for the for this fly it's not only the fans that have been left back in london arsenal are also missing one of their key players armenian henrik mkhitaryan bowed out of the fixture considering azerbaijan too dangerous a destination the 2 countries fought a bloody war within living memory and remain locked in conflict over disputed territory today there have been reports of police and security forces bothering fans with mick atari ans name on the back of the shirts. of course you are disappointed it's not here but. we spoke a lot about. a lot of. politics thinks it's time to
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speak about football president ilham aliyev would be pleased if the conversation moved on as no doubt would you wait for friends to are keen to get on with the game brought him back politics once again overshadowing. there's a lot of buzz about trade show in china a trade show in china which has been putting on a tackler show in fact but it's something because of fireworks that's not what you're witnessing there they're actually. more than 500 of the pilotless aircraft have been lighting up the night sky in an elaborate performance equipped with colorful lights they're aligned into different patterns animations and 3 dimensional designs the display is taking place at an industry expo in the southwestern city of y. young it's set to continue until the end of the month. so.
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