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this is the w.'s lie from israel's and conclusive election result the country's political leaders baffling for the top job benjamin netanyahu calls for a coalition government with him as prime minister but centrist leader also wants a coalition himself i have to bring you the latest from israel also on the program . canada's prime minister justin trudeau apologizes off to time magazine publishers a picture of him. that i didn't think was racist at the time but now i recognize
it was something racist to do and i am deeply saddened. international mission set sail to monitor the impact of global warming on the optics scientists will spend a year drifting to the polar ice. i'm still guy all welcome to the program. both of israel's main political leaders say they want to form a coalition government following tuesday's inconclusive election results prime minister benjamin netanyahu called on his main rival centrist benny gantz to join him in coalition with mr netanyahu is right wing likud party that allies but mr ganns whose blue and white alliance is on course to win 2 more knesset seats and they could also wants a coalition without mr netanyahu within and with himself as prime minister israel's
president why even living is due to start consultations on sunday. so these 2 political groupings find enough common ground to build a coalition a d w correspondent tanya kraemer in jerusalem talked me through the difficulties a very complicated situation because it's difficult to see how both sides will come together and bridge to bridge the gap actually because blue and white has always said sue out the campaign that they would sit with the recruits but not and recruit with netanyahu because they don't want to have a prime minister who is under possible indictment over a corruption charges and the create indictment hearings just 2 weeks away also we had mr gunn saying that it cannot be that someone is coming over to the set of ideas because what happened is since yesterday mr netanyahu has met with.
smaller right wing parties and the ultra also talks parties and he has made a kind of pact with them that they will only go together into those negotiations and mr guns has said we want a broad and liberal government and the ultimate decision as i understand it this will come down to to the president to reuven rivlin. yes he has a very important role in all of that and he called again today to all the party does but particularly to the leaders of the to a bigger parties you know to try to come out of this stalemate we also understand from the statement coming out of the president's office today that he will start consultations with the party leaders already on sunday so all the party leaders will come to him and they recommend they want to see the entire ask him to form the next a coalition this could take 23 days maybe more because it is a complicated situation he then has to wait for the form of the official results
being released on wednesday and then you could start actually to task the person you think is most suited to form disquisition government interesting days lie ahead from time to cram in jerusalem thank you. dozens of civilians have been killed in 2 separate incidents in afghanistan a u.s. drone strike targeted a hideout used by islamic state in the eastern province of non-god but hit workers in a field and the taliban have claimed responsibility for a truck bombing next to a hospital in the southern city of kalat. even by afghanistan's standards these are bloody times this hospital in the south of the country bore the brunt of a taliban truck bomb on the 3rd consecutive day of violence and bloodshed in the country at least 20 were killed almost 100 wounded many of them patients. we had peace the surge in violence comes after u.s. president donald trump called off peace talks with the taliban which could have
seen a withdrawal of u.s. troops that combined with the taliban's desire to dissuade people from voting in the presidential poll on september the 28th has led to the rise in the attacks but it is mostly civilians who are taking the force of the blasts and bullets in what have become near daily eruptions of violence. most you can count there are many civilians who are martyred and wounded you know that when you and you cannot even see one military officer among them. this is the plight of the pakistanis and enemies of freedom of our country that is what happened on tuesday 2 separate taliban attacks at a campaign rally for president ashraf ghani in the central province of part and and another in kabul left almost 50 people dead that was followed by a gunman and suicide bomber storming a government building in jalalabad on wednesday and killing 4 people then hours
after today's taliban attack news of merged of an overnight drone strike in a province which killed at least 30 civilians apparently collecting pine nuts in the forest all collateral damage it seems the taliban said today's target was not the hospital but a nearby government intelligence department building although that makes little difference to the bereaved and wounded. well take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world to mrs ousted president as in the aberdeen ben ali has died in exile in saudi arabia according to his lawyer he ruled the country for more than 20 years from 1987 until he was forced out of power during the arab spring in 2011 he was 83. years. north america is facing several severe storms hurricane humberto muted with winds
of up to 200 kilometers an hour tropical depression imelda has deluge southwest and texas with 30 centimeters of rain flooding roads and causing schools to terms tropical storm jerry is expected to turn into a hurricane and reach puerto rico by saturday. austria's parliament has voted to reject a trade deal agreed by the european union with or south american countries vienna could not veto the agreement between the e.u. and the purpose of a block which took 20 years to negotiate austria is the latest country to cast doubt on a deal that's been 20 years in the making for the past several months the planned agreement between the european union and for south american nations has shown signs of on unraveling a trading relationship worth $88000000000.00 euros a year is at stake the e.u. exports $45000000000.00 euros of goods to brazil argentina paraguayan pure acquired
each year the markets are a block sends almost as much back the deal would remove to she's on over 90 percent of goods the e.u. exports to marcus or that includes cars textiles and chemicals markets are countries for their parts would benefit from reduced tariffs on the agricultural products including poultry and beef. 1st images like these of the amazon burning have prompted countries including france luxembourg and arlen to threaten not to approve the agreement brazil in response accusing the bloc of using environmental concerns as a mosque for discontent among edu farmers but with austria now adding its voice to the dissent the way forward for this long fought for a deal is paved with obstacles racism scandal surrounding
the canadian prime minister justin trudeau is deepening images have now emerged of him wearing black face he's already apologized after time magazine published a picture of him wearing brown makeup at a party in 2001 if it is a bombshell in the middle of an already tense canadian election year books have a habit of haunting politicians this 2001 photo of justin trudeau in brighton face is no different. clearly rattled the canadian prime minister at pains to apologize in 2001. i was a teacher of in vancouver i attended an end of year gala where the theme was arabian nights i dressed up in a latin costume and put makeup on it was something that i didn't think was racist at the time but now i recognize it was something racist to do and i am deeply
saddened when a day for this scandal feel to the fire of canada's election campaign. wearing brown faces an active open market and race is just as racist in 2001 as it is in 2019 but what canadians saw to see is someone with a complete lack of judgment and integrity and someone who's not fit to govern the staff trudeau launched his reelection bid last week just as reports a marriage that police are investigating claims he had corruption charges dropped against an engineering company but for someone who has made political he out of his support for multiculturalism this could be more damaging what's troubling i mean it's really it's insulting. any time we hear examples of brown face or black facing it's really it's it's making a mockery of someone for what they live and what the relived experiences are. i
think he's answer for it and he's got to answer the question why he did that perhaps more than the charge of racism this image will lead to questions of authenticity and whether justin trudeau is indeed the poster boy of liberalism that he claims to be. now a german ice breaker is beginning. the impact of climate change. the polar will drift freely through the polar ice measuring the extent of warming the region has experienced biggest temperature increases. at 1st the arctic research ship. will be able to journey north under its own steam navigating through a thin sheet of arctic ice but soon afterwards the vessel will face much tougher conditions. for it here it will drift through the arctic ocean surrounded by pack ice on its way to the north pole and beyond.
the ship boasts an extensive network of measuring stations designed to collect data on interactions between ice sea and the atmosphere. because the arctic is warming up faster and faster it is considered the epicenter of global climate change. the expedition aims to gain better understanding of the arctic influence on global climate change the data collected by oceanographers could be valuable for the future. during their journey the crew of the pool large will be accompanied by ice breakers from china russia and sweden. and helicopters will deliver the necessary supplies. this expedition is international 600 people from over 60 institutes from 17 countries are on board the extraordinary experiment will last 350 days and travel 2500 kilometers it may be the last of its
kind because if global warming continues at the present rate then the arctic could already be ice free by the summer of 2030. and the rugby world cup begins on friday and for the 1st time it's being hosted. the olympics the host nation tick off to russia the favorites new zealand stating the limelight. to win the. title. rugby fever is gripping japan and even tokyo's most famous statue of the dog is getting in on the act organizers say the tournament is nearly a sellout hoffa 1000000 fans from all over the world are expected to its hands. tied to a joke if you want to see it with me on facebook i was surprised to see like how
much advertising there is lots of jerseys everywhere and really look at. this tournament and everything that comes with it will be seen as a test for japan ahead of next year's tokyo olympics the country isn't one of rugby's powerhouses but nonetheless it has a long and proud tradition with the sports you want a cup to see if i want japan to win but i also like new zealand's hakka so i want easy to do that best. japanese schoolchildren performed the haka a traditional merry dance to the new zealand team it's supposed to strike fear into opponents of the defending champions are more than capable of doing that on their own they start against another contender south africa on saturday. so british match. the world cup and.
certainly it's too. strong performances in the group stage will be key in new zealand win against south africa should set up an easy apos to the final. just about what's out about for the world news. of the day. every journey begins with the 1st step and every language but the 1st word published in the book. is in germany to learn german why not with him it's simple online on your mobile and free apps d w z e learning course nikos fake german made.