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this is to give you news live from berlin a former u.s. ambassador to ukraine saying she felt threatened by president trump. like. a threat. should you. feel threatened. they didn't. worry about it she testifies during the 2nd round of public hearings in the trump impeachment inquiry. also coming up polls open in sri lanka for presidential elections voters have a record number of 35 candidates that choose from. also on the program it's the end
of an era bonus league club fire near the president really furnace has stepped down when this was violence the top executive for 40 years during which time the club developed into the powerhouse in german football. i'm good it's good to have you with us shocked appalled devastated that's how marie you have an event of it's just scribed feeling after learning that president trump had denounced her in a july phone call with the ukrainian president the former u.s. ambassador to ukraine was abruptly removed from her post in kiev fruit she says she is the victim of a smear campaign by trump's personal lawyer rudy giuliani the record show that democrats want to show that your vote of it is dismissal was baseless and only to
help trump's efforts to investigate his political rivals here's a short excerpt from the hearing. what did you think when president trying told president selenski and you read it that you were going to go through something so. i didn't know what to think but i was very concerned were you concerned about. she's going to go through some things it didn't sound good sounded like. a threat. did you feel threatened i did now while the hearing was happening trump posted a tweet criticizing event of its diplomatic career that tweet was then shown in the congressional hearing room it read in part everywhere marie of out of it went turn bad she started off in somalia how did that go then ukraine the new president spoke unfavorably about her in my 2nd phone call with him it's a u.s.
president absolute right to appoint ambassadors. now it's good to know that both trumps defenders and detractors on the house intelligence committee praised about a bitch for her work here's the exchange between the committee chairman and you've got a bitch about the tweet and now the president real time is attacking. what effect do you think that has on other witnesses willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoing. it's very intimidating to dine designed to intimidate is it not. i mean i can't speak to what the president is trying to do but i think the effect is to be intimidating. you know use oliver salat is following the impeachment inquiry from washington he sent us this is a testament of the day's hearing. day 2 of the impeachment hearings and it was a dramatic one former ukraine ambassador my real vonage taking on president trump
and his private lawyer rudy giuliani accusing them to damage america's foreign policy and in particular to put trump's personal interests before the american ones president trump added to the drama in a series of tweets intimidating the witness the democrats are now considering an additional article off impeachment and if that wasn't enough president trump's former top adviser roger stone was convicted guilty on all counts lying to congress in the moller investigation and that was exactly what the democrats were hoping for more and more damning material about president trump and his conduct but there is one catch many americans are tired of the 2 parties fighting each other and one big question remains to which extent will the democrats be able to capitalize on that and now to some of the other stories making news around the world. suspected
student gunman in thursday's california high school shooting has died the suspect fired at random at the saga's high school in santa clarita he killed 2 students before turning the gun on himself it was his 16th birthday. in bolivia 5 people have been killed in clashes between security forces and supporters of the exiled ex-president. protesters say authorities opened fire dozens more were wounded has been in mexico since resigning on sunday over allegations of election fraud and mounting public outcry he says he wants to return to the country as soon as possible. authorities in bosnia are threatening to impose a lockdown on 2 large migrant camps in the north west of the country to press the central government to relocate people to local mayor says the camps near bosnia's border of creation are dangerously overcrowded. polls are open in
sri lanka for the presidential elections voters have a choice of 35 candidates this time around a record for the island nation of around 22000000 people. there campaigning has been vigorous but its tone has often times been decided by varied media platforms it's an election that comes months after more than $200.00 people were killed in serial bombings on easter sunday. the presidential election is here and part of our social media timeline is flooded with political content most of which she says is negative nor online campaigning is permitted in the period before the vote and election day but proxy just about part of customs does not pink that the government should monitor let alone shut down foolishly media. tells us when the website is
a resort after shutdown all the content and accounts are available again not everything can be reported or taken down so what's the point people need to be discerning enough on their own but to be safe she has already downloaded an app that will let her access the websites even if they're blocked. she long crowds election commission is aware of the challenges. the vote come in the shadow of the c.e.o. of deadly easter sunday blasts but it isn't just focusing on the physical security or borders the commission is also keeping a close eye on provocative social media content. we find and complain about hateful or fake content to facebook and google we've told them to immediately take it down . but it's reaching the limits of. social media is far from the only source of mis information here prominent newspapers and channels in sri lanka how big science and i'm willing to go to shocking lengths to backtrack
and the daves. media analyst not long going about than a has plenty of dangerous examples of this people declared that a prominent almost politician was asking the ethnic minority to back sodje premadasa one of the frontrunners major t.v. john has picked this up but the politician never said that in another incident a major deal reached on the show with a muslim politician saying that. the other top candidate should be killed he said his sound bite him. been doctored the politician had said dodge boxes should be defeated both politicians filed defamation cases but neither news outlet apologized the government's hands were tied since it contractor late private media if something goes out on television and radio then it covers practically the entire population broadcasts never actually respects the right of reply deny ozai often
completely ignored all the nyos carried with a strong rebuttal from the station which makes it was. she not a c.e.o. propaganda and 4th report. navigating the reach of the bullets with the correct information certainly won't be easy. it's the end of an era in german football byron munich president early turnus retired on friday after 40 years of management at the club ernest is considered one of the most influential figures in german football and is responsible for transforming byron into a football powerhouse but her this is a divisive figure clashing publicly with many other bonus the good clubs over the years he also served time for tax evasion earlier this decade but he remains a hero at bahrain where he said his final farewell at the annual greeting annual
general meeting on friday evening. tried to fight back the tears. since i was reelected in 2016 you have given me 3 wonderful years thank you see that it's hard to imagine buying a munich without really highness he was a 3 time winner of both the bundesliga and european cup in the seventy's with byron he also won the 1974 world cup in 1972 euro with west germany the success didn't slow down when he transitioned into management 1st as general manager and later as president helped mold buying into the powerhouse they are today he steered the club to 2 champions league titles including the 2013 treble and 20 bundesliga championships says over 40 year reign hasn't been without incident he was the sole survivor of a private plane crash in 1902 and in 2014 venice was imprisoned for
evading over 28000000 euros in taxes he returned straight to his post after his release 3 years ago his stature not diminished in the eyes of bahrain players past and present. is. what he achieved as a president and also as a player at the club is unparalleled never be anyone like him again. and i think someone like me when us will never stop he's got a buyer in heart. and a football heart. so he will always stay connected to us to run them off. with byron chairman carl hines women to get nearing the end of his tenure menaces retirement heralds the closing of a chapter x.v.i.i. munich. to tennis and at the a.t.p. finals alexander it's fair it has booked his final place in the final 4 spare of
beat rushes down on the bed of in straight sets in the final match of the group stage ferrer took the 1st set 64 and then won the 2nd in a tie break to set up a semifinal clash against dominic take steroids win also knocked out world number one rafael nadal. and now if you've got a korean children song stuck in your head don't worry you're far from the only one baby shark is now the 5th most viewed you tube video of all time with nearly 4000000000 hits and that's not the only place baby shark is taking a big bite of. it started as a children's song about a family of sharks. then he was sung by demonstrators to calm a scared top player during an to government protests in lebanon.
going to going to it's also become the unofficial i'm fame of the washington nationals the u.s. baseball team and their fans seem to love it. the kids melodies so catchy it's become a global phenomenon its creators say they looked at korean popular music also known as k. pop for inspiration. there was something powerful about folk in comp songs we tried to use the same principle to. this sewn into it like the pope does and it worked. because. baby shock is no longer just a tune and it's no longer just on you tube. it's a theater show and the t.v. current tune serious it's a brand earning smart study its south korean founding company
a growing fortune. who would have thought sharks could become this popular i like this turn of events. into a new i think dinosaurs are still something to dig out from the personally i'd like to make a brand of dinosaurs. and while it's producers are at war to pull out their next hit we will surely hear more of this one. researchers in japan have been looking into how to reduce the number of fly bites cows get scientists from the eye she agricultural research center painted cattle in black and white stripes they found the striped cow it's received fewer than half the bites that in the unpainted control group or do sing fly bites would help to control the spread of infectious diseases and reduce stress in the animals officials expect the results to apply to other life stock to.
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