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and explore fascinating world heritage sites. p.w. world heritage 360 get the maps now. this is the w. news live from berlin frustration boils over in the streets of lebanon's capital. fireworks water cannons and tear gas as police clashed with demonstrators trying to storm paloma of the delay in forming a new government today's demonstrations are the latest in what's being called a week of right also coming up a major international conference and it reaching
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a peace deal in libya will be held in the bin on sunday on the ground in libya tensions are escalating at a government forces have ceased oil fields and shut off of course in a move that could choke off oil exports. and the bundesliga is back with a bang after the winter break all eyes were on dortmund's new signing from norway could the boy want to produce some magic and he's gotten the boot we've got all the action. i'm anthony howard thanks for joining us clashes between anti-government protesters and police have erupted in lebanon's capital by a brutal leaving more than 150 people injured a growing financial crisis and the government's failure to build a new cabinet have spot for nude anger. after more than 3 months of protests.
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discontent has lit the fuse in beirut protest as hell fire works in the latest of a series of demonstrations against government incompetence and corruption now the army has been called in to restore calm after police struggle to take control despite deploying tear gas and water cannons but protests aren't the only thing forcing the authorities to act a deepening economic crisis is also putting pressure on politicians to form a new government. 45 to 50 percent of its value. with the u.s. dollars. people can't with their old from any foreign currency more than between $1200.00 only their week and this is what made all these. yet and. that's what we witnessed the in the last couple of days these. protests began
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in october last year but have revived in recent days as indecision over establishing a new government continues the last government step down following pressure from the demonstrations in october but has remained in a caretaker capacity interior minister her son tweeted a condemnation of recent events saying that if the demonstrators attacked members of the security forces or people's property they were totally unacceptable while all political sides of venture he approved a new premier in december former education minister. they are now disagreeing over suggested ministers the latest street protests indicate that there is no time to lose in finding a solution. a major international conference and reaching a peace deal for libya will be hoped light on sunday here in berlin libya's 9 warring parties and the international backers will seek to thrash a deal to end years of conflict germany has expressed confidence that an agreement
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can be reached in berlin but tensions remain high in libya and the country remains deeply divided. a quiet day in libya's capital tripoli. libyans awaiting news of sunday's berlin peace conference but expectations are low. mr belin what regarding the berlin conference if it favors the libyan people libya will of course welcome it but it papers other matters that we won't be happy. the truth is the conference of then is simply a trap the libya i don't think that any benefits will come out of it. there are currently 2 sides to libya the internationally recognized governments and the opposition. spearheaded by this man general khalifa haftar he wants to take power and he's raised the stakes forces supporting general have to have blocked oil exports from key ports in eastern libya holding the economy to ransom the country
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is divided with and you have to protests in western libya the conference in berlin overseen by the united nations aims to bridge this divide but it won't be easy. i think i'm not so pessimistic to say that it will be used as it were but i'm not so you're naive to say that it will be the end of international divisions if we can lighten richie's calm down and qualify the divisions specially the regional ones little so international relations that we have seen in recent. would be very good. 9 years of conflict in libya has slowly turned into a regional proxy war the un wants world leaders to stop meddling and hopes the berlin conference will be the beginning of the end for foreign interference. now to some of the other stories making news around the world. democrats in the u.s. congress have officially taken the impeachment case to the senate in advance of the
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trial of president donald trump they documents say the republican president abused his power and must favor moved from saying placement trial begins and his legal team offered a fiery response saying the process is unconstitutional. thousands of gathered in a vain surrounding us to support equality and women's rights the 4th annual women's march in los angeles was one of hundreds across the country on saturday the very 1st was on donald trump's integration day in january of 2017. prince harry and his wife megan are no longer working members of britain's royal family according to a statement from buckingham palace the couple will no longer use their royal titles and will stop receiving funds for brutal duties they've also pledged to repay nearly $3000000.00 euros of taxpayer money which was used to refurbish the. mexican security forces have closed the border crossing with what amala preventing
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a caravan of migrants from entering the country authorities believe there are about $3000.00 migrants in the group most from honduras and el salvador caravan is attempting to reach the united states. people in the philippines uprising for another huge eruption from the tao volcano rather that's despite an apparent lull in activity on the surface more than 160000 people have fled their homes while others have decided to stay and stop the cleanup despite the danger. people living in the shadow of the tunnel volcano have begun their clear up even though it's still spewing out ash the eruption left davis station and it's week and residents are continuing to assess the scale of the damages done to their local environment and their livelihoods. big impact on us. i mean for our house was destroyed and we cannot earn any
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money. because we won't be allowed to go out and selfish. people are afraid of eating the fish could have come from the tall lake. and i mean . from fisherman to coffee growers nobody has been able to escape the sulfuric these plants have been heavily damaged although the crew are still hooked to harvest at least some of their crop it will take them years to come top the tree cost. animals have been bearing the brunt burnt by the ashes it rained on them they are in pain and severely malnourished locals are doing all they can to support them in their recovery package rescue every animal on that island but. also it's really important to these horses because they are. the main source of the livelihood of the people there that. the government has advice thousands of people
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displaced by the volcanoes activity to see a way the label remains for the 2nd highest warning on the scale and people are braced for another explosive eruption which could happen at any time. piers for the bike is finally out of a football is back and for more on that jonathan crying from the w. sports is back in the studio jonathan the 1st question being the dortmund come back from the break for the back they did indeed. 8 goals in that game without spec fortunately for them they got 5 of them was always pretty if you were dropping fan but they had the new star signing having organs that's a thank you didn't start the game has been recovering from an injury dortmund trying to ease him in gently but he scored a hat trick in just 20 minutes let's see how he did it. i baby steps for the teenage prodigy dorman started new signing earning holand on the bench it meant
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caps in marco royce let the visitors attack 4 minutes in maybe he wished horan did been in his place. how punish dortmund for their 1st half sloppiness floria needle actionis lead them into the lead 34 minutes gone. a minute into the 2nd half an hour spectacle their advantage with a pope from the blue marco rishta with the strike will keep a roman bookie could do was watch and wonder. how soon after it was union brandt's turn to show off his smart finish made it to one of my 2 within 5 minutes out restored that to go christian leader lessness 2nd of the game a carbon copy of the 1st time it was time for the 20000000 euro man to appear and he quickly made his mark played in by jaden sanchez paula needed just one touch to score because 6 strikers i feel cold was
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my sanchez and equalized after rounding the home keep my but this day was destined to belong to hall and he got his 2nd and dortmund's 4th after great work by to organize a i and he then kept a dream debut with 10 minutes to go streaking clear and finishing with pen ash was dormant fended off a lot of competition to sign hall and the. and there out by already looking very worthwhile. now interesting stat for you the last player score a hat trick on that because they get they do was. in our current students and i think if we can follow the same path in the business leaders about me i'll be doing a very good thing strong stat we must talk about the need is there anything more exciting building hold and yes they need gifts they are
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a superstar great word based on that performance especially i mean as i mentioned in the piece anthony's real coup for dortmund did score 28 goals for all be so it's been just $22.00 games prior to joining dortmund had a load of big club sniffing around in manchester united you ventus you thought it was going to be either of those 2 they were getting even light sick as well here in germany and you think given the red bull links it would have been the destination don't when you've got it he chose to open because he said he felt he would fit in and they needed him and they really do because they've been missing this classic traditional fashion striker big he's strong but he's also skilful and quick on his feet so it's a real great match for them now he was all off for the night she didn't really say much she was quite quiet maybe shy. he was asked if he ever imagine that he was going to get through and if they did and as it turned out he needed. 3 to be honest it was 2 in my dreams so. it was nice. quite
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to have similar dreams to him 3 goals 2 goals on the day the whatever it does seem like he's going to let his football do the talking not exactly don't look wishes yeah exactly what about the opposite looks exciting now for dalton but you looked at the top of the table and leipzig in what shape did i come back from their winter break yeah i mean they'd already had a bit of a boost last night because they closed the challenges of course and lost to know. that was an early because they did go one goal behind a. but they soon turned around the winning that game 3 won and a lot of that was thanks to. van and now he scored twice in this match he's now got 20 goals for the season that puts him ahead of binds robot and dusty by and by the way you play in here in berlin that's more we can see some of these than it goes now that was his 1st one a very good strike today slightly suspicious defending that pretty good free what's
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a finish that one off he's now called for more goals than he had in the entire of last season's a brilliant season for team of and you wonder why holden's and leipsic didn't work out why he didn't see the light succinctly don't need someone like holden because they have got no i think mr krycek you love is what he's thinking why can't fan to do that for germany but he is actually like scoring for like 6 that's for sure jumps on a great weekend 1st weekend back when half way there thank you. so let's get you caught up on all of the results from saturday's gang's leipzig i pad past when you won berlin dortmund you saw all of that cologne upset will spur. little freiburg defeated months frankfurt they'd hoffenheim on friday shellcode took down gladbach on sunday the guy hit the bell in battle by munich and paid a board face live accusing. the law does highlights coming up
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