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i am. i am i am. this is g.w. news live from bali police identified the attacker who killed 2 people on longest bridge they confirm he was a convicted terror fan do you have been released from prison passers by tackle a man armed with a knife and wearing a fake suicide vest before officers arrive and shoot him dead. protests greet germany's populist a.f.d. party is it prepares to enact new leadership and potentially a shift further to the right to get the latest from our correspondent out of the
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party congress. and their women in the male dominated fighting world of kung fu these himalayan good it's not easy using that training to send a message. i am. now at a. time when humphrey glad you could join me police have identified the man who carried out friday's stabbing attack in london they say it was 28 year old was man who killed 2 people on london bridge he was later shot dead by police khan had been convicted in 2012 for terrorism offenses and was released from prison about a year ago several on the case captured friday's incident on their mobile phones and some of those who intervened are being praised as heroes for disarming the attacker. members of the public pin the attacker to the ground one of them. taking
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away the knife used in the attack. police were called and arrives quickly it's been about 5 shots. as another one. thing i phones me who i. moments later the police shooting again. all my code. as you would expect gz of the nature of the incident we responded as though this was terrorist related i'm now in a position to confirm that it has been declared a terrorist incident. by witnesses were visibly shocked. it was extremely frightening yeah but if you don't know what to do you know you have done something just i don't want to do it why is gunshots going off in london i get up london's mayor denounced the attack terrorism is cowardly and evil we must and we will stand united and resolute in the face of terror those who seek
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to attack us and divide us will never succeed and the british prime minister said he wants sentences for serious crimes to be more strongly enforced i have long argued that it is it a mistake to allow serious and violent criminals to come out of prison and it is very important that we get out of that habit and that we enforce the appropriate sentences for dangerous criminals especially for terrorists that i think the public want to see. this is the 2nd terror attack in this part of london in a little over 2 years. while our correspondent showed us a parts joins us now from london shiloh some more details are emerging about the victims as well as the attacker what more can you tell us.
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well we now know the details of what happened friday afternoon around london bridge the attacker was attending a conference at fishmongers hall just at the north end of london bridge which leads into the heart of the financial center here in london the conference was between cambridge students and former prisoner and this is where the started stabbing people we know that 3 of those are still being treated at a trauma center here in london and 2 sadly lost their lives a man and a woman. are himself. 28 years old a convicted terrorist who was convicted in 2012 for plotting on the london stock exchange and for setting up a terrorist group back then he was affiliated with an al qaeda inspired terrorist group he spent years in prison and was released in december 28th and ever since
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then he was wearing an electronic tag he was monitored by authorities so they knew about his whereabouts but they didn't know what he was planning to do and many questions arising out of that but all of this of course coming in the middle of a general election campaign in the country as well how do you think that will be affected. well it's less than 2 weeks until the british voters will had to the polls december 12th and of course terrorism will now be one of the main topics going forward prime minister boris johnson as we heard in the report was quick there to make a political point saying he was always in favor of not releasing dangerous and violent violent offenders and criminals early so we expect this going forward being one of the main issues being discussed and of course this comes at a time when the country is highly emotional anyway divided over the issue of
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polarized over this election the parties will refrain abstain from campaigning over the weekend but i'm sure once they head back on the compay trail on monday terrorism and how to deal with violent offenders tougher sentences for those will be one of the main topics going forward in this election our correspondent. in a london thank you. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world in hong kong hundreds of young and elderly protesters have gathered to show that their demands have not changed despite a landslide victory for the pro-democracy camp in local elections a week ago saturday's rally is organized by students and the so-called silver haired group to show that their cause for freedom and democracy off cross generational. and motor protestors have called on prime minister joseph miscount to step down they're angry because his associate allegedly the mastermind of
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a journalist's murder was freed from jail investigative reporter definite carolina galoots who was killed in a car bomb attack 2 years ago. peru's opposition leader morty has nukes free off for more than a year in prison she'd been held in pretrial detention pending an investigation into alleged money laundering the country's highest court ordered her release on monday that ruled that the corruption case against her can still go ahead. it's been announced that balanced new international airport will finally open at the end of october next year it was supposed to open 9 years ago but has been plagued by mismanagement corruption as well as structural problems the project to build the airport is also billions of euros over budget. which germany's far right populist party is about to elect new leaders at its conference in but it is set to be a stormy event as different factions within the party just of the dominance and hundreds
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of protesters gather outside now police expect more and t.f.t. protests over the weekend folks are going to has had its name on the conference who covered up to distance itself from what they call makes a comic a says promotes a quote ethnic and nationalist agenda we a.s.d. is germany's largest opposition party in the parliament. and our correspondent here the curfew is in bounds by where the f.t. party congress is taking place now these congresses a usually about the party recalibrating working out where they stand on political issues could we see a shift within the party this weekend. we could because the party is due to elect its new leadership they currently have a double leadership europe moisten and alexander downer and alexander downer and wants to retire from that post and held a brief speech already here this morning where he also once again summed up what
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the clear him of the party is he said that one day i'm going to michael c. to you would only have one option left for a coalition and that would be them so this is something that particularly wants to work towards bearing in mind of course that it shifts further to the extreme right that simply is not an option currently also isn't because the c.d.u. says it won't even cooperate with the f.t. as it is right now we're talking about that part of the party how strong is the more radical wing of the a.f.p. . well the death of the wing certainly gained traction through recent election results in eastern states here in germany its own hucker. became or led his party to become the 2nd strongest force and that is a success that you can certainly see as votes in the bank here i'm something to expound on having said that there are also large factions of jackie in western
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states who are very concerned that the f.t. will simply be seen as extreme bite and will no longer be electable to more kind of a center conservative group of voters and that is the internal battle that pretty much sums up the story of the f.t. since it was founded almost 7 years ago and so certainly whoever gets voted in will have that challenge ahead and will point in the direction where the possible go in the future and whether that is further to the extreme right all right our. chief political editor from the far right a tea party congress in because thanks so much. well to iraq now where prime minister abdul mahdi says that he will resign off to 40 people were killed and the latest clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters the death cell since unrest broke out in october has now surpassed 400 people. celebrations at baghdad's liberation square protesters traded stones for songs
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after the prime minister announced he would resign following months of deadly protests. but his departure alone will not be enough. imo this is only the 1st step the 2nd will be parliament resigning we will not leave the square into less corrupt person steps down but the good. demonstrators see the political class as puppets of outside forces especially iran. south of the capital violence between protesters and security forces raged on. the clashes are the biggest challenge to the ruling elite since saddam hussein was ousted in 2003. poverty and unemployment have fueled the demonstrators anger parliament is due to meet on sunday.
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now in the region of the himalayas the world of kung fu is traditionally a male one but these women behind the world they are noms from a 1000 year old buddhist order and it's spread across nepal and india and they are using their training to send out a message of equality. like her body was. himalayan the back of part. figures in an anxious discipline to combat a centuries only prejudice. one of the aims of gender equality because there are not many nuns who have. not many girls i guess in the him. and we'd like an example for them but up. these numbers are part of a progressive school of tibetan buddhism that encourages its followers to fight the patriarchy. the i aim is to lead by example in
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a region where girls are often seen as a burden. in all their religions they never said that girl is less than a boy but i think it's a. rule i would say it's a ping in the community that have left behind for many many years and being a little different makes breaking this. glass and coming out. the women say the martial art goes hand in hand with the practice of buddhism. and is in bold in them to spread their empowerment they've now given self-defense workshops to most 400 girls across the region. until and unless girls and boys that . male and female is long gone there wouldn't be a peace and harmony because one kind of person is always looking down at the other . for the noms it's
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a graceful move for equality they know it will take time and patience. well thousands of activists have staged demonstrations in mexico city and in santiago in chile to protest violence against women in mexico a feminist group organized the friday demo with thousands of women joining the march against gender violence now the dogs routine was performed similar taney asli in the chilean capital santiago the chant was 1st created in chile for the global action day around violence against women it has spread through other countries including spain france and the united states. a reminder now of the shop story we're following for you police have identified the man who carried out friday's stabbing attack on london bridge killing 2 people 28 year old khan had been previously convicted on terrorism offenses and released from
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prison a year ago are. you watching the news live from berlin mick spicer takes over at the news desk i have a home free in berlin. my 1st. by psycho the sewing machine. icon for old women their bones by this oceans will remember something as simple as learning how to write them by psychos isn't easy since i was in the good i wanted to have advised i'd lost my home but it took me years to going to play there.

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