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this is d.w. news live from berlin china's deadly coronavirus continues to spread beyond its borders reaching australia and europe in china where the outbreak began the number of confirmed infections has jumped authorities of quarantine more than 40000000 people to stop the virus spreading also coming up a powerful earthquake strikes the east of turkey killing at least 18 people and injuring hundreds more emergency services are searching for survivors still stuck under the rubble. down. bob dylan
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but live returns the 3rd season of the hit t.v. series is set in the weeks around the great stock market crash of 1929. i'm told me a lot of people welcome to the program. australia has become the latest continent to confirm a case of the corona virus which originated in china 3 cases have been confirmed in france the 1st in europe the virus has now killed at least 41 people with more than 1300 others also infected travel restrictions remain in place in over a dozen cities in china as authorities try to contain the spread over the lunar new year holiday. as the scale of the outbreak grows so too the urgency
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of the response in construction is in full swing on a new hospital for coronavirus patients chinese authorities say it will be complete in just over a week. the city at the outbreaks at the center remains under a transport lock down that road checks drivers with temperatures are sent for treatment. across china almost 40000000 people have had their travel restricted to during the important lunar new year holiday on that it's a lot of people had no way to get home i really feel for them because i can understand what it's like to have been working hard to way from home for a year everyone looks forward to being with their family i want but in this situation there's really nothing we can say about innocent people from. the outbreak even featured on state television new year broadcast with host sending messages of support to medical staff. the virus continues
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to spread and has now reached europe one patient is being isolated in this hospital in bordeaux and others are being treated in paris. was a moment to pull we are going to do everything possible to contain this epidemic knowing that it is possible and even probable that there will be other cases particularly in europe just because they're on 20 other identified cases today doesn't mean that no other cases a secular. scenes like this are becoming common as airports use thermal monitors to screen travelers for signs of fever around the world concern is heating up. john epstein is a disease ecologist with the eco health alliance and he joins me from new york john we have these 1st reported cases in europe and also in the u.s. how prepared is the world for this outbreak. good evening well i think the world is as well prepared as it ever has been historically it's
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a very different time than it was in 2003 when sars curve are submerged there's incredible communication and transparency in information coming out of china and the w.h.o. has been involved in helping to coordinate information as well so every country is aware of the risk of travelers coming in who are infected and have set up screening at airports and entry points and so there's pretty good surveillance systems in place ok and one of those measures is that more than 40000000 people have been quarantined in china will that stop this current virus from spreading especially this weekend when china is having its holiday the chinese lunar new year. well unfortunately this comes at a bad time given the amount of travel with the lunar new year but also the fact that this virus seems to have a 14 day period so before the corn teens in the cordoning off of cities was set up there were people who may have been exposed infected to perhaps 3 symptomatic and may have moved out of the area so we expect that there will still be travel related
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cases moving throughout china and also internationally and do we have any confirmation yet origin of this virus and how we can really prevent this kind of outbreak from happening again. the good news is we do have a really good understanding is related to this one this is a virus that's closely related to sars current a virus that emerged in 2003 and what we know very well is that there is a group of corona viruses that are carried by bats including sars and likely including this one this virus is about 96 percent similar to the sars virus which we know is carried by small insectivorous bats in china so we still don't know is exactly which animal may have infected the group of people who are in the wrong market but we can say with confidence and there's a paper out 2 days ago by our colleagues in mohan talking about the genetic relatedness of this virus to bat coronaviruses so likely this is about origin virus
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and we need to understand how it was transmitted to people in the marketplace. ok john epstein the eco health alliance thank you. thank you. now let's take a brief look at some of the stories making news around the world. tens of thousands of iraqis have gathered in central baghdad to denounce the u.s. military presence in their country the demonstration was organized by shiite cleric and politician. and in a rainy and linked forces. to protest as were killed and 251 dead in separate and 2 regime protests in the city. 6 in chile police deployed. water cannons to disperse protesters in the capital santiago the demonstrators are marking 100 days since social unrest began in october at least 27 people have died in the protests driven by anger over in quality and high living costs. police in germany say 6
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people have been killed in a shooting in the southwestern town of wrote i was a 2 others were seriously wounded a suspect related to the victims has been arrested but the motive is still unknown . us president donald trump has attended the antiabortion march for life in washington the 1st sitting president to do so trump's appearance coincides with america's election year he's hoping to win a 2nd term and and abortion opponents are among his most loyal supporters. at least 18 people are dead and more than 500 injured after an earthquake in eastern turkey the quake struck near the town of steve ridgway about 550 kilometers east of the capital ankara it was followed by dozens of aftershocks some almost as strong as the make sure quake rescue teams are now searching for survivors trapped in collapsed buildings. they don't know exactly how many people could be trapped.
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but it's vital to reach them as quickly as possible. within seconds of the quake striking walls that had provided shelter were transformed into a deadly cascade of stone and would. rescue us risked their own lives in the hope of finding more survivors. several have already been pulled alive from piles of rubble. over the families have become homeless overnight and in freezing temperatures. issue under them is our houses are either collapsed or damaged we cannot go back to our village some people have died i hope god will help us and give us patience our animals died we have to spend the night here by the fire or to the day. the tremors started just before 9 in the evening. they were so strong that they were felt beyond turkey's borders.
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falling objects were not the only danger the quake also sparked a fire on the roof of this residential building or storage fees are warning residents not to return to damaged buildings because of the risk of further aftershocks. it will likely be days before the full extent of the damage is known. the focus is on the people who may still be buried desperately waiting to be found . germany's chancellor angela merkel has met with the turkish president of type one the leaders agreed to do what they could to uphold the 2016 refugee deal between turkey and the e.u. under the deal and agreed to stop refugees travelling on to europe in return for about 6000000000 euros president erdogan has threatened multiple times to strive to scrap the deal saying europe isn't fulfilling its commitments. the german
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chancellor and turkish president met at this ottoman palace in istanbul to rebuild trust and resolve some key issues such as the refugee deal between turkey and the e.u. turkey says it has yet to receive most of the 6000000000 euros it was promised for building new refugee camps the e.u. denies this ankara says it needs further funding because of the worsening situation in syria. around 400000 migrants are making their way to was from the city of italy but we have to work out how we can provide these people with humanitarian aid especially when 2 months. ankara wants to build solid houses in turkish controlled parts of syria experts warn international nor could hinder germany from providing further financial support but chancellor merkel suggested it could be in the offing. i will consider how we can help turkey when it
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comes to people in syria who are living in tents because they have fled the conflict and determine whether we can supply more funding to improve the humanitarian situation that. the migration is she represents a keep political challenge for both leaders both within their own countries as well as abroad. football now and in the bundesliga dortmund put on a dominant performance in a 51 win against cologne on friday night thanks in part to a rising star dortmund's new wizkid early in holland hit the target twice in a 2nd game for the club after scoring a hat trick in his debut last week the 19 year old norwegian proved once again that he has what it takes to be a major new force in the game for a long time to come. the $920.00 s. was an extraordinary time in berlin and the culture and politics of the era have
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inspired the most expensive german t.v. series ever made the aptly named babylon but it's just returned for a 3rd season but international fans will have to wait a bit longer for now it's only screening in germany. and old hollywood maxim says a film should start with an earthquake and work up to a climax the earthquake in babylon berlin is the stock market crash of 1929 and many see only one way out. hollywood could have hardly staged it better or doc. our hero is caught up in the maelstrom of the world economic crisis commission a ghastly. traumatized by of world war one he's now a mental wreck addicted to drugs but still a great investigator. the new season is again based on a novel by far. in the silent deaths silent movies of being edged out by talkies.
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the new season of babylon berlin is set in the glamorous world of the film industry at a time of rapid change being in the spotlight is not always easy but shouldn't be faced . canals pursued. babylon berlin the pinnacle of german t.v. series production with great attention to detail the makers have captured the spirit of the times and recreated the berlin of 100 years ago plenty of historical facts mixed with a sprinkling of dramatic fiction is the formula much more captivating than a simple retelling of history. my money comes in the.
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in a difficult as the heart of the new book would be also back on the case emancipated criminologists is definitely ahead of her time. but beyond the lynn returns with 12 new episodes a dance on the volcano as berlin enjoys the party and the faintly aware of the catastrophe waiting around the. when the nazis seize power. and the top story we're following for you. a stray confirmed case of the deadly corona virus which originated in china it's also reach europe with 3 cases co-founded in france china has restricted trouble for more than 14000000 people in a bid to contain the virus that has also killed at least 41 people so far all of
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them in china. stories the end reports coming up next and don't forget you can get all the latest news around the clock on our website and. i'm told me a lot of walking but not that for me thanks for watching. that change the world. lead.


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