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maybe the same. although authorities claim the situation is slowly normalizing the unrest has already cost $12.00 lives in the city of gold remains on age. thank you been commission president. says a deal to ensure a smooth british exit from the is still possible but warned that the risk of a no deal begs it is very rare at the european parliament in. the said a no deal would never be the choice of the european union they use chief brakes if they go see it emissions said the 2 sides should also not pretend to be nice or say no. and he. has been following the discussion that the european parliament and he sent us this is excellent no deal bragg's it is getting more and more likely some even believe it is the most likely scenario now that is the main message coming out of strasburg where the european parliament was in
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session but there was also the message from the head of the european commission john kruger who said we still have time we can still strike a deal the problem of course is that nobody here knows what this deal could look like because apparently there are no concrete proposals from the u.k. government on that so what we are doing is getting closer and closer to the braggs a deadline on the 31st of october 'd without a real solution in sight the e.u. and its side is preparing for the scenario probably the only thing i can really do at this moment. brussels vera chief maxell fun and strasbourg scotland's 1st minister is in bergen today to discuss bragg's it nicholas sturgeon is calling for a new referendum on either membership but as did obvious marinus trials found out if that doesn't happen she's willing to put all options on the table including independence 1st minister you're calling for
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a 2nd referendum even if it's by no means clear that this outcome will be any different than last time and you're creating a new problem instead of bringing a solution where the u.k. has to find some way of breaking the deadlock over bricks that finds itself and i want to see a nearly general election and a referendum to give the u.k. the opportunity to change its mind know that it sees. difficult finding a way forward and bricks that has become so when you're in a deadlock you have to find a way forward of course i want scotland to remain in the e.u. i hope the u.k. remains in the e.u. but if it doesn't then scottish have the option of becoming an independent member state within the e.u. so that we can protect our position under interests as part of the european family . it doesn't look like the supreme court will rule against the suspension of parliament do you really think that whole process will settle what is essentially political well there has to be some limits on the ability of
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a government and in this case a minority government to close down parliament in order to avoid scrutiny so i hope and i respect the independence of the judiciary but i hope the supreme court will find the prude a geisha of parliament was unlawful a scottish court reached that conclusion last week and then we can see parliament recalled and much needed scrutiny applied to boris johnson's whole approach to break his approach i think is to see the u.k. crash with a deal but be able to blame the european union for that instead we need to avoid a new deal bricks or at request an extension to article 50 if necessary and then see a general election for the referendum to try to get the uki are we out of this how likely is it that the u.k. will crash out of the e.u. without a deal and would it mean the end for the united kingdom and i think it is a significant risk that the uki will crash it without a deal and that will have
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a severe impact on many people in scotland and it was sweet in the u.k. and i do think it will make it even more likely that scotland chooses to become an independent country i don't want to see that damage be done to scotland or the rest of the u.k. so we will continue to try to avoid a new deal brics it but it's very difficult to see how a deal is struck that both satisfies the european union and also gets a majority in the house of commons for a new deal brit's it cannot be ruled out or do we should seek for that extension if that is the only way to avoid it. and that was scotland's 1st minister nicola sturgeon talking to muddy nash house. now a backlash against the ping is getting momentum a number of countries india has just announced a ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes because of health concerns new york has also outlawed flavored the cigarettes it's democratic governor or for emergency
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action in response to concerns about a nationwide spate of lung illnesses but here's report the decision has made some business owners angry they promise to help tobacco products quit and stayed millions of american high schoolers are now on the cigarettes and no one is quite sure how harmful they are doctors call the craze a ticking time bomb no new york state has moved to defuse it banning flavored fashions. means why bauble don't cotton candy captain crunch which was marked. these are obviously targeted to young people. the people selling the cigarettes are fuming the have 2 weeks to offload vast quantities of their fruity stocks before the ban comes in. when i heard about it it was late very
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troublesome it's going to affect a lot of business that's for sure and seconding all of my regular customers who are coming every day may have any disappointed with the news across the states the reeses on to crack down on the triggered by a spate of related deaths and illnesses especially affecting young people. around one in 4 high school students uses cigarettes and that number is rising. donald trump has said the nation white poor have bishop is forthcoming just so we have a problem in our country it's a new problem it's a problem nobody really thought about too much. a few years ago as call vaporing especially vaporing as it pertains to innocent children. and they're coming home and they're saying mama water vapor one leading health professional says action is badly needed. so right now we have an open field where anything goes people are
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playing russian roulette with their bodies every time they purchased those profiteering from the part to says see these latest moves will only push people back towards more harmful tobacco cigarettes. joining me now from bonn is fabien smith from the science desk welcome 5 b.n. for quite a while raping was considered a nice cigarettes were considered safe for the tobacco smoking of that you seems to have changed why. because there were several cases in which people had very serious lung problems resulting in a complete failure of the lungs actually going all the way to collier caressed and there were even cases of death and disease happened was healthy young people who. were raping too much and the suspicion is that it has to do with the mental
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ingredients or other ingredients that are very severely a group of 8 the mochas in the lungs what kind of studies actually available on the effects of a ping. the 2 most interesting studies as far as i can see is one from done by researchers from stanford university which actually found out that cinnamon and menthol ingredients invading particular the active ingredients in mental which is basically a mental oil mental oil. pooley gone it's called and that this stuff actually aggravates the cells very very aggressively and i think everybody can know it because if you haven't had some contact with mental or something like that you know what hold fields now if you're in inhaling that stuff and so of you only in the lungs are very sensitive you can imagine how dangerous it is also the stuff causes byproducts that then will damage your liver but if i'm going to how do i report
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that banning vaporing could push young people to think of it just looking to back or is it smoking tobacco much more dangerous for the health than vapor. yes that was the common assumption so far that people saw that the smoking cigarettes would be more dangerous because of the byproduct of the actual smoke because you're going to get naked things but then the question is can zip acute effects of the vaporing of mental ingredients be actually more dangerous at the moment right where you are at this point whereas the cancer issue is a more long term danger ok for me from the devil you sign steph thank you very much for those insights. turning out a sport in iran has been suspended from international judo competition because if
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it's boycott of israeli athletes the provision of banned comes off to the side more light quit last month was championships. speak that he purposely males to fight under threat from iran entireties to avoid facing an israeli rival iran doesn't recognize israel as a country and forbids its athletes from competing against israelis when i was hiding in germany where he's considering applying for asylum. filling out of football in the champions league last night the european competition kicked off with do german clubs and the who does an action jonathan crane from good obvious sports desk is with me welcome john since a daughter and bustling i was a big match tell us about that they're both and it didn't disappoint even though it finished go with i think you can say it was a good meal that sometimes happens and for our dortmund got a bit of a psychological boost before the game even started because boston a stopper lino messi was on the bench still recovering from
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a cough injury and really they were the dominant sides armories said but unfortunately. the keeper mark on there to stay game was in their way all my mates and great saves especially from caps in a marker royce and in fact said 10 minutes into the 2nd half marker royce had his penalty saved by to stay you can strike it's gone a bit haven't actually been so cool the ball up in the end now to stay you can has been in the bit of a war of words with manuel neuer about who should be germany's number one to say you can frustrate cities on the bench northing basically is just up but i think to stay here really staked his claim with that performance. in the last picture very disappointed he thinks goldman should have won the game. here is one of the things that i think we're very close to that when you're in the 2nd half we had lots of good chances and control because we didn't allow barcelona many opportunities so it's bitter that we didn't make the 2nd half. that's why i've said i want to as you can see and do it one thing just
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a happy coincidence let me assure you ok that contrasting results for who does liverpool and boosting lead is exactly liverpool the holders had a tricky away match against napoli they lost to no we're very sloppy with that chances napoli made them pay 2 late goals good when they for the light seek to go with and team a concert discover germany can't stop for lights they and their boats and. another red bull links club they beat $62.00 an incredible win for them and they play liverpool next so that's going to be a tricky match for your group site and looking forward to tonight's match by action and who they play you know they kick off their campaign tonight against red star belgrade now on paper this is probably the easiest match for them but they've not had a very good start so the burden is the season as we see it do have an injury concern in defense as well. by ends tonight for the champions league has been far from smooth a 11 draw with pundits legal rivals be leipsic at the weekend also so defended
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david allen injured that means veteran jerome blocking is back in the lineup captain manuel neuer remains confident it is all jerome has always given his best he's played well and has a lot of experience i've been applying with him since 2011 and i'm obviously glad to have had him on my side all these years. and feel very safe with him in defense . another challenge for bion is way to play philippe continue the brazilian playmaker has had a stuttering start to the season with no goals so far and only came on as a late substitute. against like sick. leave and often he likes to play the number 10 role that's his sweet spot for to try to give him that chance. so would often if given his old offensively as well it's basically a vice and i know that if he gets to play.
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he'll perform well but for exactly how and if to chino will fit into nico cove i just game plan remains to be seen by and would do well to start the champions league campaign with a win in a group that aside from a determined red star team also includes last year's run as up talking him. so the big question dalton what are you expecting from the defending champions league the from the well nothing less than a win rate the other said you know red bull all the rica's team is only going to get more difficult for them that it play in the champions league last season more or fall away from home a loss or fear that they conceded 13 go with in the process with the bye and haven't had the best start in the business legal fees and it's wrong to want to as well rob $117.00 goals already i'd be very surprised if he doesn't get on the scoresheet tonight i think but i'm sure to be expected to win quite is that ok the words of jonathan crane from the sports to thank you very much welcome. you're
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watching the news here is a recap of the top story the. partial results and israel's election into a tight race between wrongness of binyamin netanyahu and his main challenger centrist benny gantz did not go their party's appears likely to be able to secure a parliamentary majority gunsight has scored over unity government. coming up next on news asia when the people you love find for the other side talks with police families divided by the hong kong protests. deadly dealings emergency workers and money left say that patients are dying due to traffic jams. and india's populist schoolyard game that's gone petrol fueling a multi-million dollar t.v. phenomena. all goes towards coming up on the news asia segment stay with us for that if you get.
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this is the news coming up there wielding batons on the streets but the injuries are piling up. police actions on the streets of hong kong dividing their families. deeply personal insights into the violence of the protests that's causing police homes also coming up traffic jams that are costing lives medics and. dying before they reach hospital because drivers can't. get out of the way. again like. in india that's going professional. welcome. it's good to have you with us for more than 3 months parts of hong kong
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have looked like battle zones battles between police and protesters but each picture from these clashes has 2 sides to it protesters for the most part driven by their conviction for democracy but what the police what drives their actions and more importantly what impact does that have on their families need to. bring us some answers. images of clashes between police and protesters are deeply troubling to marry. the country runs through their family they support the protests but mary is the daughter of a policeman and. serves in the riot police. i have been depressed since it all began in june i feel my position is truly embarrassing.
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since the beginning police have been accused of using excessive violence on protesters the longer the protests last the more aggressive both sides become videos of policemen abusing protesters regularly go viral and anger many people stella's says that she and her fiance have agreed to discuss things as calm as possible. but sometimes they become angry and confront him more aggressively then he just answers that he was not on the spot and did not see what was happening so he cannot judge they have agreed to meet us under condition of anonymity still unmarried are not their real names they fear repercussions for their relatives in the police force but they could also become a target of radical protestors in hong kong on the internet people say the families of policeman should burn in hell come on i didn't do anything wrong why should i
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suffer. the pro-government and the pro-democracy comes the less and less tolerance for several times both sides are clashed on the streets or in shopping centers government supporters call protesters cockroaches protesters accuse them of being paid agents and mary's family the constant arguments led to her move out of her parents' home. since the protests started i've only had dinner with them once we don't see each other and i left all the family groups on what's up. an end to the conflict that is tearing their families apart is nowhere in sight protests are happening every weekend and all those stellar lead disapproves of the violence that mocks many protests she continues to attend some of the marchers she carefully avoids revealing her background to fellow protesters. i have never
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thought that people would see me is guilty for being the fiance of a policeman some friends have asked me if i still wanted to have children knowing they would grow up with such a burden and you're helpless. but there are also days she says when she believes that the rift between police and society can be healed after this crisis and this. and they're going to want to our website did. for more coverage of the protests in hong kong. to travel just 25 kilometers that's the crawling every other tour of traffic in the philippines capital manila with nearly one vehicle register. the mess behind me is a nightmare especially 5 of us as. the clock is ticking but there is
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no way through. many paramedics can tell how many times they have already been in situations like this one swift medical treatment risky to patients recovery from the congestion in manila is hampering it. you'll hear it we had the trip there should only have taken 5 minutes but took 20 minutes because of traffic. as a result our patient was in cardiac arrest by the time he got to the hospital. or he should have gotten more advanced treatment during that time but it is. a shock to him and for him to speak as she saw how cars wouldn't couldn't give way to the ambulance the mother had had a stroke. the mother survived the long journey that died a week later. with millions of views the quick sparked outrage on social media many
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on cohen for change. medalists population has freshly doubled since the $980.00 s. now home to $13000000.00 people there is nearly one vocal registered per person but the infrastructure has liked. the way me that even if some drivers want to make way for us they can't do it because the roads are narrow and our ambulance is wide. politicians have pledged to uncloak the city by modernizing growth and release health workers say this is a priority. it should no longer be too late. and the democrats won and i know some toes are going off from manila for more than a good to see you how much of a priority is this for the government. you know paresh it's really unfortunate that money into traffic has become a matter of life and the government is struggling to deal with this problem and has
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come up with all sorts of solutions or proposals to address it 1st on the national level the detector administration has a massive infrastructure program that hopes to build over $75.00 roads bridges and fly rivers to ease congestion on the roads but they're also proposals that range on the ridiculous it's kind of hair pulling and kind of way to find a solution like for example one proposal put forward was to limit the number of cars on the road by car type so if you drive a certain car type like a toyota you will have one day on the road but if you drive a certain car type like an audi which has more car ownership you'll have to share the road with other cars it's come to that point where we're just trying to find solutions to this problem but these solutions missed the mark you're not going to be able to address minute traffic unless we have better mass transportation solutions that will lessen the cars on the road but i'm through those solutions
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come into force and i want a bought people playing in trying to find solutions do they have some responsibility to be able to solve this problem in the interim onto them. that's a really difficult answer and that's a really different question brash because there are so limited public transportation options as one person told you know they wish they could sometimes levitate or just for a magic carpet to get through the traffic but you know some citizens have taken the option of trying to work at home we also try to leverage more on delivery options so that we lessen the number of times that we actually have to go on the road and also car sharing options are becoming popular although this is more of like you know when you call an opener and you call for the carpool option rather than getting a singular car on your own again these are very individual stopgap measures part
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traffic problem of this scale we need a solution that is also upscale and that is really mass transport that is accessible and affordable to the citizenry and i know it was a president to thank you very much for joining us and with all the. thank you. but it's a sport i played as a kid even in school uniform though we didn't have to get quite as dirty as the boys behind me it's a game like tag and wrong but has now found a place in the professional arena in india and the country crazy about cricket the body has defied the odds and proved merely has opened up mackinnon tells us small fisk is in trouble he's what's called a raider trying to touch as many of his opponents as he can before retreating to that 2nd white line and he doesn't get back either that or. that's the essence of
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this homegrown sport of india that's gone pro it's top leagues rake in tens of millions in t.v. revenues and its top players make hundreds of thousands of dollars not bad for a kid's game. that's assuming he's a dick but. they're going to say. none of the players ever looked at cup ideas a career but ever since pro covered you started every player has been taking it seriously. the idea requires serious footwork and agility it also requires the raider even in these practice sessions to chant the word of a deep cut by d. all the while he or she is in the midst of a raid you have to be a super fan to hear it though. and you can get along with we used to watch interviews of cricketers with so much. and no even weak players feel the same special way because of pro cup id it makes
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me happy we're going to go to this. conference and. the professional league has mascots for selfies. they have chanting fans for chanting. and most importantly they have market 7 team owners for marketing this just getting up in 10 years from now. i'm pretty sure because the reach that this sport has is viewed beyond cricket going way beyond cricket in india may be a stretch but if professional cover id continues along its present trajectory in the world's 2nd most populous country the road ahead could be paved with rupees for those with the skill to play the ancient game. that was i and i can bet you that very day think something along the lines of going to go to 20 as these in the other. i used to see it anyway when i was a kid that's
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swine fever rice is through china millions of pigs have to be called and trying to use them on football soloist. prices for the roof but german pope farmers don't feel like celebrating as some are even forced into bankruptcy by new regulation. and bad news for emerging economies like india china slowing growth hits them much harder than developed economies. this is business. as welcome china's to auction off 10000 tons of imported frozen pork held in government reserves cell comes as the country struggles to deal with an outbreak of african swine flu that has seen farmers lose 100000000 pigs companies will be able to buy a maximum of $300.00 tons of each the country pays a dominant role in the international pork market more than half of the world's
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roughly $770000000.00 pigs are being raised in china almost all of the country's own needs are normally met by its domestic stock but due to the outbreak china has to import enormous amounts of fork to meet demand that has that has driven prices through the roof and distorted the markets somehow let's talk about this with us to driver from the ox oxygen in the u.k. he's the editor of agricultural trade magazine pink world how dangerous is that outbreak of swine flu in china is fine fever rather and what does it mean for the global pope business. well i mean our innocent how dangerous it is catastrophic to china we need you said some of their known as 100000000 peaks slaughtered china has already lost a 3rd of the speaker at could lose a half of it by the body and yet she social problem it's an animal welfare problem and it's spreading all over asia as you just cannot underestimate the scale of this
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probably the biggest downward disease outbreak in living memory and as you say sending a big impact on markets each giving almost an artificial lift in price to export all over the world including in germany spain and beyond. are you as you just mentioned a european farmers are hardly complaining about this are. i think some of the great worry it and i mean these are literally things happening on the one hand east reading west which for russia we've seen there's a lot of virus in poland that will gary remain your at the moment so there's a lot of nervousness about getting to the 1st place but on the other hand in the short term of course we are seeing very high prices and a lot of that is under paint by by china who don't know how long it's going to last and you know in in the world of peaks you know what there is or can come down fairly rapidly why is this disease spreading so fast at the moment. it
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your own number of reasons each and every case is a tiny amount of viruses very very much only chance is tiny mountain marise and it can be spread about one life by peaks where you have small holdings and express repeat peak each individual is in human pork it's been discovered that you know what's around the world and seeing in china is an animal feed you can get it can be transferred on vehicles and by people say there are so many routes and where they aren't you know you buy security isn't up to scratch and has are getting invented all too ready. alice to drive a thank you very much for this insight thank you and amid the crisis as we've heard german pork exports to china a booming for the 1st time in years pig farms are turning a profit but stricter regulation will get in the way very survivors have to invest in a more animal friendly environment for many small businesses this is simply too much
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. they're busy in the cold storage unit at the simón slaughterhouse in reiman polack net these poor carcasses are being exported to china since april 2 movies have sharply increased african swine fever is rampant in china at the moment it's estimated that around $200000000.00 pigs had to be called. in all of europe there are currently around 136000000 pigs just compare the numbers if all of europe were to sell every last pick to the chinese we still wouldn't be able to close the demand gap the. farmer directionals the pentagon has profited from the increasing exports he sells his piglets were the highest price in years but he's still not happy about it as new laws on animal welfare and environmental protection are pending for example sounds are to be given twice as much space for the farmer it
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means cutting the pig population in half or increasing the science of the stables that could cost up to $5000.00 euros per stone. because with higher costs and fewer benefits we're supposed to invest it's in comprehensible especially since it's not known if the african swine fever problem in china will be solved if it is then it's not certain what will happen next prices will go down and we'd have to compete massively and prices with other countries that are causing other big problems that we've all been told. many farmers like handling by ship don't want to invest in new stables compliant with new animal welfare and environmental protection regulations by should chose to give up his farm all his pigs have been sold and the arable land lease to remain competitive he would have to take out a loan to build a new stable the 40 year old hesitates to make new investments. there
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are also that's a lot it's not that easy. yes the 1000000 euros there are so many regulations you have to comply with big. around 2200 pig farmers have given up in the past 2 years to meet the demand ban one seimone is buying pigs from france and belgium and spain the number of pigs has even increased by 4 percent. in spain pick farming has a social value it's an important economic sector as a rule the requirements are not as strict as they are here so of course more pigs will be kept there than here. a paradox in a period of extremely high prices for pork farmers are insecure about the planned animal welfare and environmental legislation is making them reluctant to invest at all. the days when the world's poorest countries are slowly but steadily catching up with the world's richest apparently come to an end that's the
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conclusion of the latest global wealth report by german insurer leontes it compares the assets of the advanced and emerging parts of the world let's have a closer look at it since 2008 the gross assets of emerging markets have considerable consistently grown at a faster rate than advanced markets as you can see here. however over the past 2 years these 2 lines have crossed as you can see there at the end as in emerging markets have begun growing at a slower rate than in the advanced world meaning they're losing ground that slowing growth has been driven by asia almost pacifically by china during 2018 china's gross financial assets dropped by 3.4 percent that in turn drowned out the growth seen by the other emerging markets in its neighborhood let's bring in michelle hi-z. he's a chief economist and allianz and have compiled this report joins us now from a friend for me here there you are does it mean what you found out in this latest
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report that advanced economies economies are just more resilient to economic headwinds or what does it mean. well i would say depends on the type of headwind we've seen very strong growth of financial assets in emerging markets for 2 decades the year 2018 brought a slowdown even broader light slightly negative number and that was due to china as you said and china was of course hit very strongly by the emerging trade conflict with the united states last year and china was not resilient with respect to that shock the markets really tailspin downwards and that led to this decline actually in financial assets despite the fact that also asian households are high savers big savers and add a lot to their income to their assets every year but the fall of stock markets was
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just too strong so basically when you say that more emerging economies economies across asia ago it depended on sign on is china really the growth locomotive if you will that pulls all of asia. i would say it is we have seen in the last years and decades that there is a middle class developing in china if we take international definitions there is about 550000000 people in china that have entered and grown into the middle class as we call it and this is of course a driver of consumption in china and a driver of growth for many economies neighboring china so my answer would be yes jain it is the dominant economy and then the slowdown in the growth of assets in china is a problem also for the neighbors if we look at that as
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a consequence of that what we then see in emerging economies surrounding china i'll be looking at rising poverty levels are we looking at social unrest even. i hope not at least not for for reasons of financial asset developments and stock prices and so on there is always a potential for social unrest as we have seen in the case of hong kong but this is basically politically driven because of the development of financial assets i think we are more on the safe side although we do see in many asian countries that not only corporate debt is growing loans to the corporate sector but also loans to the household sector are growing at a very fast pace and if there was a crisis to come and economic crisis then many of these stepped will will fail
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and that will be a problem for the financial systems of these countries so i wouldn't see any unrest right now but it's a long run development that needs to be paid attention to me allies and thank you very much thank you. now to some of the other global business stories making headlines today u.s. president trump has announced plans to introduce substantial new sanctions against iran the white house's blames tehran for an attack on saudi arabian oil facilities that cut off 5 percent of the well supply of crude oil existing u.s. sanctions have already crippled the iranian economy. investors in the u.s. are waiting to find out if the federal reserve will cut interest rates for a 2nd time this year factors affecting their decision include the outlook for global trade and the potential disruption to the old monk of course by the attacks on the refineries in saudi arabia. that's it from me and the
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this is news coming to you live from berlin political deadlock in israel after an inconclusive election but prime minister now is determined to stay on top. in the coming days we will convene negotiations to assemble a strong scientists government enter prevent a dangerous. to really succeed overly be forced to give way to this man many guns. coming up european leaders issue a warning to britain the risk of the u.k. leaving the e.u. with a deal is very. close will not for tension. and dominance displays fine germany's but also dortmund but their match with france alluna ends in a drill as the champions league group stages kick off to find music for some begin
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their campaign tonight. hello and welcome i'm on the thought she is to have you with us. the future of israel is from this have been emanating out is hanging in the balance partial results from the country's election show netanyahu has a liquid deadlock with the blue wide body of the centrist benny gantz so far neither side has declared victory but the results could mock the beginning of the end for netanyahu israel's longest serving prime minister more on that in just a bit but 1st have a look at this report. if you was disappointed on election night benyamin netanyahu wasn't showing it far from conceding defeat israel's longest serving president took to the stage vowing to remain at the helm with a likud led government that excluded arab parties. in the
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coming days we will convene negotiations to assemble a strong zionist government answer prevent a dangerous anti's are in a scholar meant. netanyahu his plans may well be thwarted by opposition leader benny gantz he stopped short of declaring an election win but his address to supporters certainly had the tone of a victory speech for his blue and white party. if you had got so tell me the courting the initial results netanyahu did not succeed in his mission. and that he we on the other hand prove that our idea called blue and white a project we established just over 6 months ago is a huge success and here to stay. this man immediately cast himself as kingmaker avigdor lieberman the backing of his secular
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right back to new party will be vital to the formation of any governing coalition. what are. we have just one option. broad liberal unity government. form of use real bait to new. and blue and white. voters defied predictions of fatigue and turned out in larger numbers than the last poll in april now they want a path forward many say after 10 years in power it's time for netanyahu to go. you know you can sure you know who has probably run his course and his time has passed about as well though it was so off air war in the end netanyahu is like a phoenix when we think he's finished he rises up again but i really hope that the government will change i think he was
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a good leader but i think it's about time to end a chapter or a period. when you mean that to me whose political survival is on a knife edge long deemed a political wizard this election major not to be the one that broke his spell. the job used on the green line joins me now from jerusalem tanya more information is coming out there what's the latest you can tell us. yes the central election commission has released the latest figures now 90 percent over 90 percent of the votes have been counted now and this translates into 32 seats for blue and white and 31 for the likud now what analysts do here now immediately is to look at the different blocs what it means for the center left a bloc which includes blue and white they would come up with $55.00 seats and the villages and writing block would come of this $56.00 seats so nobody actually is on
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the past to form their own majority government now who comes in here as a possible kingmaker this is most likely it appears to be of it to leave them and this is where butane or he has obtained 9 seats and he already made clear that he would like to see a unity government but there is also talk at the moment but other scenarios for example like a minority government that would also be possible so very tight result in the election that what does it mean for netanyahu israel along with 7 prime minister. well i mean it's a major setback and he seems to be have be really in a in a weak position now after this rerun of the elections he said last time to put a coalition together and he failed to put a coalition to his liking which would have been a right wing coalition with the ultra orthodox parties and this in light of course over his legal troubles he faces possible indictment over corruption charges and
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the pre-induction hearings are in october so it's not quite sure you know what scenario you're going to be looking at but if you ask if he could support is the not just quite. prepared to give up on this and netanyahu yet but there's also a sense in israel that nobody wants to see a 3rd election also the president has made clear he wants to proceed. quickly with a consultations now and then to toss to the leader who things has the most chances of putting a coalition together done in crema in jerusalem thank you very much for that update on the israeli elections that let me bring you up to date but some of the stories making news around the violent u.s. president dr trump has announced new sanctions against iran on twitter it's the 1st response to what hears officials say was likely iranian involvement in an attack on a saudi oil facilities the u.s.
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already enforces widespread sanctions that have crippled iran's economy particularly its oil export industry. an attack on a government building in eastern afghanistan has at least 9 people militants detonated explosives before gunman entered the building in the provincial capital jalalabad no group has claimed responsibility of gonna stand is on high alert as the presidential election approaches. south korean politicians have shaved their heads in public to protest against the country's new justice minister the minister faces allegations that his daughter was given unfair favorable treatment at university the speaker of the korean parliament also john opposition deputies in the protest. a fire at a school in liberia has killed at least $26.00 children and 2 teachers fire struck at the boarding school and mail monrovia the capital city at night while the
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children were asleep a police spokesman said only 4 people including the schools in mom. at least 11 people have died in severe flooding in the coastal regions of cambodia the high water submerged entire villages and forced evacuation of nearly 10000 families officials expect water levels to rise further. the european commission president. says a deal to ensure a smooth brags that british exit from the e.u. is still possible but he warned that the risk of an ordeal gregg's it was very real at the european parliament in strasbourg said no deal would never be the choice of the european union the chief. mission banja said the 2 sides should also not pretend to be negotiating shuttle and brussels bitter she flak so far
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has been following the discussions at the european parliament and he sent us this assessment. no deal brags it is getting more and more likely and some even believe it is the most likely scenario now that is the main message coming out of stroudsburg where the european parliament was in session but there was also the message from the head of the european commission john crow we still have time we can still strike a deal the problem of course is that nobody here knows what this deal could look like because apparently there are no concrete proposals from the u.k. government on that so what we are doing is getting closer and closer to the braggs a deadline on the 31st of october without a real solution inside the u.n. its side is preparing for the scenario probably the only thing it can really do at this moment. is brussels bear she facts have fun and stress. scotland's 1st minister is in berlin today to discuss prexy nicolas sturgeon is
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calling for a new referendum on e.u. membership but as a marina strauss found out if that doesn't happen she's been to put all options on the table including independence 1st minister you're calling for a 2nd referendum even if it's by no means clear that this outcome will be any different than last time aren't you're creating a new problem instead of bringing a solution when the u.k. has to find some way of breaking the dayglo for breaks at that it finds itself and i want to see a nearly general election and a referendum to give the u.k. the opportunity to change its mind know that it sees a difficult finding a way forward and breaks it has become so when you're in a deadlock you have to find a way forward of course i want to go in to remain in the e.u. i hope the u.k. remains in the e.u. but if it doesn't then scottish have the option of becoming an independent member state within the e.u. so that we can protect our position under in chase as part of the european family.
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it doesn't look like the supreme court will rule against the suspension of parliament do you really think that whole process will settle what is essentially political well there has to be some limits on the ability of a government and in this case a minority government to close down parliament in order to avoid scrutiny so i hope and i respect the independence of the judiciary but i hope the supreme court will find the proof a geisha of parliament was unlawful a scottish court reached that conclusion last week and then we can see parliament recalled and much needed scrutiny applied to boards johnson's whole approach to break his approach i think is to see the uki crash with a deal but be able to blame the european union for that instead we need to avoid a new deal bricks or at request an extension to article 50 if necessary and then see a general election for the referendum to try to get the uki are we out of this how
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likely is it that the u.k. will crash out of the e.u. without a deal and would it mean the end for the united kingdom and i think it is a significant risk that the uki will crash it without a deal and that will have a severe impact on many people in scotland and it was sweet in the u.k. and i do think it will make it even more likely that scotland chooses to become an independent country i don't want to see that damage be done to scotland or the rest of the u.k. so we will continue to try to avoid a new deal brics it but it's very difficult to see how a deal is struck that both satisfies the european union and also gets a majority in the house of commons for a new deal brit's it cannot be ruled out or do we should seek for that extension if that is the only way to avoid it scotland's 1st minister nicola sturgeon talking to . us here watching the news coming to you live from berlin coming up ahead.
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brilliant the jail and follow has the answer for stressed out city slickers and solutions for burnout. but 1st a backlash against vapor is gaining momentum in a number of countries india has just announced a ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes because of health concerns new york has also outlawed flavored cigarettes it's democratic governor of course for the emergency action in the sponsor concerns about a nationwide spate of illnesses but as we reported the decision has made some business owners angry the promise to help tobacco products quit and stayed millions of american high schoolers are now on the cigarettes and no one is quite sure how harmful they are doctors call the craze a ticking time bomb no new york state has moved to defuse it banning flavored.
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means why bubble gum. cotton candy captain crunch. which. these are obviously targeted to young people. the people selling the cigarettes are fuming they have 2 weeks to offload vast quantities of their fruity stocks before the ban comes in. when i heard about it it was late very troublesome it's going to affect a lot of business that's for sure and seconding all of my regular customers who are coming every day may have any disappointed with the news across the state the reeses on to crack down on tobacco cigarettes. joining me now from boston is fogging smith from good obviously science desk welcome fabienne quite a wide raping was considered a is cigarettes
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a considered safer than tobacco smoking a bat though seems to have changed why. because there were several cases in which people had very serious lung problems resulting in a complete failure of the lungs actually going all the way to color caressed and there were even tazers of death and disease happened was healthy young people who. were very thin too much and the suspicion is that it has to do with the mental ingredients or other ingredients that are very severely a group of 8 the mochas in the lungs what kind of studies actually available on the effects of aping. the 2 most interesting studies as far as i can see is one from done by researchers from stanford university which actually found out that cinnamon and menthol ingredients invading in particular the active ingredients in mental
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which is basically the mental or mental oil. pooley gone it's called that this stuff actually aggravates the cells very very aggressively and i think everybody can know it because if you have or had some contact with mental or something like that you know hold hold fields now if you're in inhaling that stuff and so obviously in the lungs are very sensitive you can imagine how dangerous it is also the stuff causes byproducts that then will damage your liver. but if i'm going to how do i report that banning raping could push young people to think of it just looking to back or is it smoking tobacco much more dangerous for our health than vapor. yes that was the common assumption so far that people thought that smoking cigarettes would be more dangerous because of the byproduct of the actual smoke macassar going to make things but then the question is can that acute
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effects of survey playing of mental and gradients be actually more dangerous at the moment right where you are at this point where as a cancer issue is a more long term danger ok fobbing schmidt from the new science desk thank you very much for those insights. iran has been suspended from international judo competition because of its boycott of israeli athletes the provisional banned guns after iran's side more light critic last month one championships he told me last week that he purposely lost the fight under threat from iran in a party is to avoid facing an israeli rival iran doesn't recognize israel as a country and forbids its athletes from competing against israelis while a is hiding in germany where he's considering applying for asylum. turning out to
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football in the champions league last night the european competition kicked off with do german clubs and the who does an action jonathan crane from good obvious sports desk is that me welcome johnson's adult land bustling i was a big match tell us about that it was and it didn't disappoint even though it finished gold with i think you can say it was a good meal that sometimes happens in football now or dortmund got a bit of a psychological boost before the game even started because boston a star player leno messi was on the bench still recovering from a cough injury and really they were the dominant sides reset but unfortunately. the keeper mark on there to stay game was in their way all my mates and great saves especially from caps in a mako royce in fact set 10 minutes into the 2nd half marker royce had his penalty saved by to stay you can like it's going in but it hasn't actually been so cool the ball up in the end now to stay you can has been over in a bit of a war of words and manuel neuer about who should be germany's number one to say you
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can frustrate to these on the bench north embrace of these shots up but i think to stay here really state his claim with that performance. in the last picture very disappointed he thinks goldman should have won the game. on the 3 things i think we were very close to the wind in the 2nd half we had lots of good chances and bring control we didn't allow barcelona many opportunities so it's better that we didn't make the 2nd half. that's what i've said a long time as you can see and do it one thing just a happy coincidence let me assure you ok the contrasting results for the whole does liverpool and boosting lead is exactly liverpool the holders have a tricky away match against napoli they lost to neil were very sloppy with that chances napoli made them pay a too late go with good when they for the light seek to go with since he made a concert the score for germany but he can't stop the lights they and their boats and. another red bull links club they beat. to an incredible win for them and they
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play liverpool next so that's going to be a tricky match for your corpse i am looking forward to tonight's match by action and who do they play you know they kick off their campaign tonight against red star belgrade now on paper this is probably the easiest match for them but they've not had a very good start so the burden is on a good season and as we see they do have an injury can defend as well. by ends tonight for the champions league has been far from smooth a 11 draw with pundits legal rivals be leipsic at the weekend also so defended david allen injured that means veteran jerome blocking is back in the lineup captain manuel neuer remains confident. jerome's always given his best he's played well and has a lot of experience i've been admiring with him since 2011 and i'm obviously glad to have had him on my side all these years. and feel very safe with him in defense
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. another challenge for buy in is where to play philippe continue the brazilian playmaker has had a stuttering start to the season with no goals so far and only came on as a late substitute. against like sick. leave and often he likes to play the number 10 role so that's his sweet spot for to try to give him that chance. so will often see if i will give it his all defensively as well it's basically. vice and i know that if he gets to play. this will perform well and good for exactly how and if the team you know will fit into nico cove i just game plan remains to be seen by and would do well to start the champions league campaign with a win in a group that aside from a determined red star team also includes last year's run as up talking him. so the big question dalton what are you expecting from the defending champions league the
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from the well nothing less than a win rate the other said you know red bull all the rica's team is only going to get more difficult for them that it play in the champions league last season more or fall away from home they lost or 3 that they conceded 13 goals in the process of the bar and haven't had the best start in the business legacies and it's wrong to want to as well rob 117 goals already i'd be very surprised if he doesn't get on the scoresheet tonight i think but i'm sure to be expected to win why is that ok the words of jonathan crean from the ws footsteps thank you very much welcome and i think sports is a great way to relax but people often looking for other ways to destress and chill out families in a town in western germany have an idea the a providing stressed out city to a less quality time with cows this divine the bovine service is working it seems cuddling a cow can make you happy. lying around in a meadow no appointments. just.
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doesn't like the sound of that. we could learn a lot from cows according to melanie ashman she's convinced our bovine friends could be the own set when it comes to lowering stress levels for over what city dwellers. a care worker america's school teacher i've come to check it out they might be young but they're both pretty stressed. tahlia my favor animals and say america said come on let's check out. slowly and carefully thank you with the animals sense in their room and taking in the fresh country. it turns out love to be stroked and they're quite happy for people to lean on them and listen to them cheering the cut. melanie ashman says council for more than just a source of steaks and milk we can really benefit from their easygoing natures.
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through it's always wonderful to hear just how much calm this transferred from the animals what sometimes amazes us is how people soak it up and that they really take it with them many say the feeling of tranquillity stays with them for a few days or even longer after they have gone home. than compared to many other relaxation methods on the market account cuddling is pretty affordable just 20 years for 2 hours american lean i think that's well worth it. and it's lovely and really relaxing to be so close to a cow. you can tell that they really like people and that they really enjoy it. 700 kilos of. the perfect way. to improve your mood.
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of the you go before i leave you time now to show you pictures of a huge water spot which formed in southwestern china. now this is a rare phenomenon is caused by a tornado passing and picking up a column of water and mist. that's the way it goes look at that a meteorologist say a water spotting usually moves in a straight line with an average speed of 50 kilometer an hour. coming up next on news when the people you love fight for the other side talks with police families divided by the hong kong protests. deadly delays emergency workers in patients are dying. and india's popular school youngins have gone pro fueling a multi-million dollar t.v. phenomenon. that's up next.
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