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needed to rethink his grandmother there delete those it's cold out there. i'm right joe join me from the germans on the w. . post to reply to. this is d w news live from berlin clashes erupt again between police and pro-democracy protesters in hong kong as anger continues over a controversial extradition laws demonstrators faced off against riot police in a luxury shopping mall in the chinese territory after another day of street protests also coming up france celebrates but still day with
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a vast display of pomp tashan train and military prowess as the latest from the french capital. and india is just hours away from making spacefaring history with the launch of its 1st lunar landing all goes to plan that chandra and 2 crew will explore the south pole of the moon for the 1st time. i marry in evanston it's good to have you with us there have been renewed clashes in hong kong between riot police and anti-government protesters as weeks of unrest farge by a controversial extradition bill show no sign of abating demonstrators retreated into a shopping center after police started clearing streets some protesters reins of bella's and plastic by. models down on police in front back with the tongs and
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pepper spray and there are reports of injuries and several arrests on kong has been rocked by more than a month of protests against the proposed extradition bill which critics say would allow mainland china to further erode hong kong's autonomy. are a journalist simon le plateau joins us now from hong kong for the latest there so simon the chief executive of hong kong kerry land has said that this proposed law is dead and yet these protests are continuing why are people still taking to the streets indeed that the question that had to and i pulled the whole protest today and what people say is that she said it's dead and she even used a chinese expression for it but she refused to use the word we drove and we still would have legal consequences where i was the belief that it means ok we cannot
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promise you that we're not going to pass it but it's still it's still there somehow some people don't trust the government of hong kong there is a deep distrust and because of that. and to officially we've drawn from the program of the late cold villager to let it consume it we can protest all right so is that their only protest for this bill to be officially withdrawn would that satisfy the demonstrators. no now after more than a month of protests the demands of protesters have become much whiter and so it starts with the withdrawing the bill apart from that now they also want investigation of the police violence it wants to people who have been arrested so far to be released they want the protest not to be labeled
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riots and even more and the last addition to this long list is they want popular election so you can see that it has had to do with a very controversial bill that apparently the government didn't she paid woods and are going to the people of hong kong so much but now the whole political system hong kong which she said yesterday. was also been hearing protesters calling for the resignation of carrie lamb is she likely to bow down to their demands well that's a very interesting question because so far if you clicked she was resisting. and to be at the financial times got a scoop of her and she that she offered beijing to resign i kissed a couple times since the beginning of these protest and the beijing authorities
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refused and said after and see that she was to go on because anyway no one else could do the job no one else want this job and she should clean up the mess that she started so she's not likely to resign all right so beijing according to this report is not allowing carolan to resign what is beijing's take on all of these ongoing protests in hong kong and could we see the mainland actually intervene. well we could say that mail and is intervening so far by supporting the government and calling the government for pot reaction but that sits no we've not going to see. any. well any police force from mainland all the army intervened because hong kong is hong kong this is an international. has the
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full finance for commerce so it's it's highly unlikely but it's. we can imagine that beijing is very and better rest and that has been chilled by the fact that for example until recently all the news about what was happening in hong kong was totally censored in the mainland i muted in beijing shanghai so indeed there was absolutely nothing and she will. doesn't face a guru when protesters stormed into the stone into villages if you can still find her head in the violence what shown in the media but that's it journalists sign on the plats not reporting for us from hong kong thank you so much fun. to france now where president a model micron has showcased europe's defense capabilities at this year's day parade the focus on european military cooperation on the french national day comes
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at a time of growing tensions with the united states key e.u. leaders including german chancellor angela merkel joined micron to watch the annual parade down the shah 7 day which marks the anniversary of the start of the french revolution and speaking out for the parade merkel called it a grand gesture for a european defense policy. our correspondent lisa lewis was in paris at the parade the theme of today's busy day parade with european friends corporation president in myanmar call had invited the 99 the other member states of his so-called european intervention initiative launched about one year ago he wanted to depict himself as the european leader germany's angela merkel one of the guests of honor here today said that this was a great step towards european defense school for ration today's parade was also
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a further attempt to say that europe can very much stand on its own feet when it comes to defense and that it doesn't depend that much anymore on the u.s. but a common european defense strategy also means bringing together military doctrine that can differ greatly especially when it comes to germany and france which is much more intervention sevi than its nadir so it remains to be seen if the idea that has showcased here today will really become reality. well just a few hours after i'm out on my corner of you the bus still day parade several 100 yellow vests protesters gathered in the heart of the french capital some of them trying to occupy the shop setting say blocking the road with metal. barricades and debris police fired tear gas to disperse the crowds which then fled to adjacent streets to regroup prior to sunday's celebrations authorities had banned all
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protests near the parade venue. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world fire wildfires on the italian island of sardinia have forced the evacuation of residents in flames reaching campsites and private homes firefighters battled blazes fanned by strong winds wildfires are common during italy's dry and hot summers. flash flooding and landslides in nepal have killed at least 50 people with dozens of others missing incessant monsoon rains have pounded many areas of the mostly mountainous country since thursday the flooding has submerged large stretches of land inundated homes and destroyed roads and bridges. and the african union diplomat says a long delay at a power sharing deal between sudan's military leaders and civilian groups could be signed as soon as today talks continued as tens of thousands of people gathered
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across the country to mourn the victims of a massacre last month troops shot dozens of people dead at a peaceful protest in khartoum. sudan rocked by anger again tens of thousands flood english streets once more chanting singing and demanding justice for those killed fighting for democracy blood for blood leads this sign. i say to those who aren't here today you are not a free and honorable sudanese. this too was a timely and noisy reminder to saddam's military council that the masses of all ages will mobilize after months long campaign for people power is ignored. we came here to be heard and to salute the memory of our martyrs they will not be
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forgotten they are still with us in the sudanese revolution and we're carrying on until our demands are met with a bit of them again. in a quieter corner of the capital negotiators were trying to broker an agreement between the military and protest leaders. but plans to sign a hard fought deal were delayed for another day when perhaps once and for all those killed may yet get justice and sudan may yet get 3 elections. excitement is growing in india as the country prepares to launch its 1st moon landing mission in just a few hours the ambitious chandra ran to include a robot rover that will explore the lunar surface close of the moon's south pole if all goes to plan it'll be the 1st mission to probe that region. and that i am to india's most challenging mission so far
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a highly complex undertaking. the spacecraft should reach its destination at the beginning of august when it enters an elliptical orbit of the moon. then it will approach the lunar surface. where the landing robot vic separates from the craft the most exciting phase begins india's 1st soft landing on the moon. the selected landing site is about 600 kilometers from the lunar south pole a region of craters that has literally been on the dark side of the moon for billions of years the blue markings here show where satellites have spotted frozen ice in craters given the high plateau the landing robot should touch down gently amid rock that is older than anything on earth.
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after landing they open its doors and release india's 1st lunar rover on to the surface. small as a briefcase it can cover up to 500 meters. with its 2 instruments the rover will measure water bearing minerals in the lunar rock as well as the concentration of elements such as aluminum silicone and titanium. meanwhile the landing robot will record moonquakes and explore so-called lunar plasma a thin layer of electrically charged particles above the surface. and the rover will be able to collect data for 14 days then it will be dark for 14 days that's when the temperature drops to $160.00 degrees below 0. the orbiter will spend a year gathering data about the moon the objective is to fill in the gaps from india's
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previous mission it has 8 measuring instruments on board their function is to investigate the moon's thin atmosphere and show which minerals and chemical elements make up its surface. for the 1st time a special radar will be used to determine the location and quantity of frozen water . india's mission is the 1st to bring this type of instrument to the moon. to sports now and of the tour de france south african rider darrell in pay $1.00 stage 9 from st it's down to a unit after a perfectly timed final sprint it's his 1st stage when home favorite juliane of the phillipe added to the best field day celebrations of france by holding on to the yellow jersey for a 2nd consecutive day and before we go a quick reminder of our top story in hong kong clashes between police and trojan
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microsleep protesters continued into the early hours of planting morning in anger continues over a controversial extradition law. that's the latest from d.w. news coming to you from berlin my colleague my insulator will be back at the top of the hour with an update omarion evan stand from me and the entire team thanks for watching. every journey begins with the 1st step and every language with the 1st word published in the book. rico is in germany to learn german and why not with him it's simple online on your mobile and free shop d w z learning course nikos free german
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