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you know. this is g.w. news live from berlin and the time is ticking on braxton to be just 10 days force johnson promises to take the u.k. out of the european union but his deal isn't passed yet to parliament won't leave without one so what's next. and also thousands have turned out in lebanon for a 4th day they're protesting austerity measures aimed at tackling the country's crippling economic crisis. tend to live in years left wing president evo morales looks to be heading for a runoff after to inclusive elections you tube. i'm
lame glucose welcome to the program or is johnson's foreign minister believes they have the votes to get their breakfast deal through parliament british lawmakers on saturday opted to postpone taking up the proposed deal with the european union that required johnson to request another extension something he has been refusing to do and told brussels he doesn't want. that we have reached the best possible a tale of 2 letters after a day of parliamentary wrangling boris johnson was forced to write to the e.u. requesting get another brags that delay he had earlier said he would rather be dead in a ditch than request another extension to show is on happiness he did not sign the letter to his fellow briggs a tears that was making the best of a bad business letter was sent because paul and it required to be sent paul and
insist that the letter was sent a poem and can't change the prime minister's mind as if to prove that point johnson then sent another letter more true to his heart arguing against any delay and this time he signed it so with less than 2 beats and tell oct 31st what will happen next . some are bracing for more legal and parliamentary maneuvers that could bog down any progress meanwhile the idea of having another referendum on leaving the e.u. seems to be gaining ground hundreds of thousands of protesters massed in london while parliament was in session calling for britain to remain in the e.u. . we feel it's take the time of this result to get back to people we've got to do a lot more thinking it's not all right just to say well it's been 3 years now we're getting bored with it no well i think i'm a bit confused but what happens next i'm not quite sure why is it a lie i think the people who are on a stage one of the lie so they can have
a referendum after years of wrangling over brags that many britons and people in the rest of the e.u. are exhausted by all the drama but the latest on may means the play will run a little longer. for more now let's go to date of your correspondent barbara faisal who sent us this report from london often have we said that the coming week may be decisive for pricks it this time it could really be the case in spite of the extension which forced johnson had to ask for in brussels over the weekend something he did was ill grace and that fate. a scottish court will decide on monday whether the prime minister is therefore in contempt of parliament and of the law the leader of the conservatives in the house of commons his meanwhile tables a fresh attempt to have a meaningful vote on the brics a deal with the e.u. for this monday senior tories like my could go from dominic wrap it declared on sunday they were confident if the numbers to push it through and therefore to be able to leave the e.u.
on october 31st as planned but the speaker of the house might yet prevent this no voting on the same bill till the outcome fits the government he had already told to reason may last winter. first johnson therefore may be stuck in his 2nd to attempt to pass the deal. should that be the case the big showdown will be pushed back to tuesday when the e.u. withdrawal bill comes up the domestic law implementing breaks it then a flurry of amendments is to be expected in order to further shape the exit from the e.u. and for a final decision on a 2nd referendum. protests are gripping lebanon for a 4th consecutive day hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets to express their anti-government grievances it started with new taxes to address severe economic crisis but when those plans were dropped protests expanded to wider
dissatisfaction with corruption and incompetence. they have come in their thousands thronging list streets of beirut protesters gathered for a 4th day of demonstrations. sunday drew the largest crowd yet all over lebanon anger at a corrupt political class and an ineffective government has reached boiling point. to these ministers and legislators should be thrown in jail the thieves. they were borrowing money from other countries on behalf of the lebanese but then put it in their own pockets but you know what does this government has done nothing but divide us as well as making us poor citizens must retain their dignity this is why we won't leave the streets without taking down the regime and forming a transitional government with exceptional powers to rebuild the country the great job not to have people can't afford it anymore there are no good schools
electricity and no water. basic needs in lebanon are not being met and these are the 2 months of each person here and. then almost all. that. i began as a protest over proposed tax hikes turned into demand for sweeping change high unemployment poor public services and a soaring government debt as you noted lebanon's diverse religious sects in protest prime minister saad hariri on friday promised far reaching your forms but he was put under further pressure when lebanon's christian leader went on air and announced the withdrawal of his party from government to see if. they get one. has decided toss them in a says to resign from government i. what that key and to assist on and i'm on to form
a new government. fall away from the current majority of ministers of music and how the. late on sunday reports emerged that the governing coalition had agreed on a reform package that would slash government wages cut the budget deficit and overhaul the electricity sector. the embattled hariri will hope that the reforms satisfy those calling for change on the streets. now to some other stories making news around the world. kurdish forces have withdrawn from the northern syrian town of ras. as demanded by turkey when it agreed to pause its incursion there wants to establish a buffer zone between the border and kurds in the area when turkey views this terrorists on sunday convoy the ambulances carrying wounded civilians and kurdish fighters were seen leaving the area. and swiss elections the right wing
peoples party lost support over mange the strongest faction in parliament green parties made historic gains giving them a shot at a seat on the national federal council for the 1st time but that's far from certain and will be decided later this year. there's been more violent protests in chile despite the government suspending the proposed metro fare hike that sparked the protests at least 2 airlines have canceled flights to the capital santiago which is under a state of emergency 7 people are reported dead from fires related to the unrest. a ballot count in bolivia shows left wing president abel morale ace in the lead following sunday's vote but it might not be enough for outright when a runoff may be necessary come mid december or is seeking an unprecedented 4th term and faced a tough race despite getting credit for lifting millions out of poverty critics
accuse him of corruption and anti-democratic rule. around us voiced confidence that he will ultimately be the winner. this is what it is that you know. for more than 13 years our political movement has presented social and professional progress in several sectors in the face of a right wing opposition that wanted to go back to the past. the. movie failed well we went ahead with our process of change and we are going to continue with it . now the australian airline quantas soared into aviation history by making the longest ever nonstop commercial flight a boeing 787 dreamliner took off from new york landing in sydney almost a day later the journey was a test for ultra long haul routes which the airline is hoping to get off the ground so if you can stand the jet lag the story is definitely for you 2 for 0 degrees
sadat's some i want 6 right place a light touch down in sydney off to 19 hours and 16 minutes in the. competing the longest commercial passenger flight to date and it's jenny hoff way around the globe the quantize boeing 787 dreamliner covet 16200 kilometers. the test flight with 49 passengers and crew on board was conducted to see how long haul and travel can effect pilots crew and passengers. off to taking off in new york the crew kept on the cabin lights to reduce jetlag instead of dimming them is no money down on a night flight i'm feeling wonderful because i've followed the passengers of the advice to the passengers which was to immediately go on to sydney time at the moment we stepped on the plane in new york we did special exercises in the cabin
crew thanks assizes to refresh and revive the passengers we had special hydration of. yes. the picture. the flight was the 1st step to its quantas goal of operating nonstop flights connecting sydney with new york and london which would save passengers up to 4 hours of travel time so we need to show that this can be done safely they can be told where with with the rest that we have for the pros we believe that this that this information will help us get there. to more research flights a planned and if you're wondering about the ultra long haul flights comp and footprint qantas hasn't given any specifics but said that all carbon emissions from the flight will be offset. in the buddhist league shelter had an opportunity to go top of the league with 3
points away at hoffenheim on sunday but the topsy turvy nature of their campaign continued as hoffenheim recorded a 2 nil victory to make it back to back wins. hoffenheim welcome shelter to the south west looking for back to back wins off the last match day shop victory of a boy and it would have to be a nother upset with david wagner's side needing just 3 points to go chop off the match day 8 band shell coming close after just 3 minutes daniel caligiuri clipping the outside of the post with a sumptuous free kick close but not close enough. as they did against by and it was hoffenheim who struck 1st though alexander nubile could only parry for the last baby on break a march did the rest one nil to the hosts. the croatians 1st goal of the season arriving in the 72nd minutes. and they put the game to bed in the 85th minute taibu racing clear of the shelf at offense. before applying the finishing
touch to wrap things up. nightmare defending from shell. on cloud 9. to nail the final score of it wagner's side hole tid as the hoffenheim revival continues. now to the rugby world cup where wales are in the semi finals thanks to a stunning come from behind win over france ross moriarty's try with 6 minutes left made the difference the french were playing short handed in the 2nd half because a player was sent off for a foul wales will play south africa in the semifinals the springboks defeated tournament hosts japan marking the end of a magical run for that team in the 1st rugby world cup staged in asia now central madrid is usually the scene of bustling traffic but while it's often
tourists flocking to the spanish capital on sunday this city's streets belong to hundreds of sheep shepherds drove their herds through the heart of the city as part of an annual event to call for the protection of ancient grazing routes that are threatened by urbanization the protest is now in its 13th year. don't forget you can always get do you have your news on the go just download our app from google play or the apple app store that will give you access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news you can also use the d.w. app to send us photos and videos from where you are. and don't forget you can always get the latest news and information around the clock anytime anywhere from our website e.w. dot com up next a documentary on german unity i'm william clue crofton berlin thanks for watching.