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few. this is the first. this is the first. and not in brussels. just after. the news team here working hard to gather up this hour's top stories welcome to the. grand coalition. as polls predict support in the regional election in the state of say among the
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main contenders of the green party allied with the left wing forces the national conservative alternative to germany is projected to strengthen its position as well as reports. the party known for its anti immigration stance is said to chalk up another milestone in german politics just over a year since they shocked the country by entering the bundestag for the first time polls predict that this sunday alternative for germany will enter the state parliament in hessen for the first time that will mean that they have representation in all sixteen german states as well as the national parliament head of the vote in her alternative for germany have been campaigning aggressively. but you just want this to me and that momentum and the sticky solution. to the one people dish been in she. holds a special place for alternative for germany on the air it was at a meeting there back in february twenty third team at the party was formed setting
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themselves out from the get go as an anti establishment group focused on the economy. the parties in the blender stag and bundesrat don't do any politics in the interest all consideration of germany and europe. in the five years since its formation alternative for germany has been widely criticized by those who condemn what they see as its populist and racist stance. be able to enjoy many has the rhetoric of the one nine hundred twenty s. and we'll move to karl and the continent see evil have a blatant problem with anti semitism the whole of the anti liberal anti civic party i was. i. was even was here. despite that they have enjoyed steady growth in the polls here in germany at times even coming in as the second
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largest political group in the country while taking up seats in has so would see them represented in all sixteen of germany. states they aren't going to see this as job done or ought. they just a ruling. of move the heads of the people they are doing things well the people don't want only as a pollution we have to search to be able to do what the people want this is not only involved in the area deep if you will look. other european countries in whole or in how degree in children are already over this our own power are really the same in our studio with the f.b.o. . and we see now also italy. and. all those movements all those new products future are behaving the same way only
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the air eat they becoming stronger and stronger and in many countries in europe they are already on the hour. yes beyond his tweeted a special memo on how to handle suspicious packages that's after the agency intercepted a total of ten packages containing crude explosive devices all were addressed to leading democrats and trump critics and one was soon sent to c.n.n. headquarters in new york none of them detonated the mayor of new york has described the incidents which appear to be connected as domestic terror it all comes with less than two weeks to go before mid-term elections in the united states meantime president on a trump has called for unity in these times we have to unify we have to come together and send one very clear strong and mistake a ball message that acts were threats of political violence of any kind have no
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place in the united states of america trumps message didn't go down well with everyone with critics accusing him of previously inciting violence in response the president lashed out at the media saying that it was responsible for polarizing americans. as part of a larger national effort to bridge judd divides and bring people together the media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stories have to do. i'm not one who sees equal blame spread all around our president cannot escape special scrutiny he is at the head of the hate parade and way too often clearly reading prepared remarks at a rally he seemed not to give a damn. adding fuel to the fire one of the packages reportedly had
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a mock islamic state flag on it bearing the catchphrase of a u.s. comedian known for his routine involving a stereotypical american redneck a character seen by some as the typical trump supporter all media speculation about who sent the packages has been rife. i have this fear that it could be some russian operation to design to do what's happening now they have to bring back the russian specter again why not get some explosives this time it sounded very plausible to me in fact i immediately thought that mahler taught himself came back from the dead and made explosives to send to the american politicians well i think blaming trump for the attacks is also this ingenious. much of the rhetoric against trump suggests that he has been responsible for the
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visions in the united states rather i think. trump won the election because he took advantage of the divisions he was simply riding on divisions that have already excited baited before obama as a matter of fact. meanwhile tensions are also on the rise in the u.s. over a large migrant caravan that's approaching the country's border with mexico and of course with those midterm elections looming it's becoming a highly politicized this year. i've been watching for weeks says the caravan came up not letting them in and not coming here and they're not coming and. everyone in this room is an immigrant you know who in the white house and so a little bit of a different picture he was talking about this caravan the caravan the caravan. there has been assured of the illegal immigration recently caravan of immigrants was stopped by
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a group of flag waving protestors ministration official say they're working as efficiently and as effectively as possible the u.s. government doesn't give them any necessities when they dropped off the bus station . that shows you the challenge the trouble ministration had it's dealing with the crisis they inherited from the obama administration who got a free pass from the media on causing this crisis what happened to the democratic party as one said bill clinton president obama understood that border security helps define a country you talk to rather security and prevent people from the bench really believe that this is a moral and humanitarian crisis we simply cannot allow people to pour into the united states undetected undocumented this is what we just got from president obama he writes immigration can be a controversial topic my administration acted to lift the shadow of deportation from these young people so we are
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a better country than one that shares families apart we turned it into a great political football and people out of school are all kinds of political friends. did president obama really poured more people than any other president in total president obama had deportee more than two point five million undocumented people by twenty fifteen. immigration becomes a political issue when there is obviously even. ultimately what were some ships going out on this topic in this particular event is being made on both sides and i think when we get you know a dozen days away from. such a vital election not too surprising. and i think the question is how what damage you know the kind of rhetoric from both the right you know last half hour we're not just little people but for the next time that this couple. italy has ruled out
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changes to its twenty nineteen budget plan which was rejected by brussels the e.u. commission has given rome three weeks to rewrite it claiming revisions are needed quote in the interests of italy the old course breaks down the dispute. brussels the sharpening it's nice in preparation for a new battle with rome for the first time the e.u. has flat out rejected a member state's budget demanding a resubmission for the first time as a commission is obliged to go at a company that it was often budget. but we seem. to do so if these are still fit to lead into the whole. the e.u. claims that italy's debt situation is out of control and that salvias government needs to tighten its purse strings and fulfill its obligations the euro skeptics say it doesn't have anything to do with money since there are other states with
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bloated budgets that have never felt such a heavy hand from brussels this is the first time in budget the e.u. doesn't like no surprise this is the first italian budget written in rome not in brussels. you tell me an economy is healthy and this is an economic move that will give italy to stability it needs we want change one comma in this document to. be you know to go to. the. on. the future. that spain belgium portugal and slovenia have all been in violation of the e.u. agreements in the past and for years france has broken the three percent deficit threshold imposed on it by the e.u. as for debt it's been in the red since two thousand and two and only this year the second largest european economy received
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a carefully worded letter in response asking all very politely to reduce its debts . we thank you for sending the front twenty nineteen draft budget that we received on october fifteenth we would like to ask you for more details the commission's preliminary assessment also indicates that the growth rate for france does not respect the reference rates of debt reduction in twenty nineteen so italy refused to be taken to heel by this double standard. except the e.u.
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commissioner in charge of budgets didn't seem to find the stunt very funny even connecting the italian shushan and against to a potential quick path to fascism the episode of the made in italy shoe is grotesque at first you smile and we trivialize it because it's ridiculous but then we start getting used to this kind of muted symbolic violence and one day we wake up with fascism stay alert democracy is a fragile treasure all the draft budget would have seen over five hundred million dollars worth of cuts to defense spending while putting more money towards social welfare and tax cuts not exactly a sound way to revive fascism and certainly not a good way to be a shoo in with the new donald quarter r.t. . the story of a lot and may not be as family friendly as danny disney makes out at least according to parents of pupils at one u.s. school in baltimore county the school drama club council this production of and
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a lot in student play because of alleged anti arab and barbaric content. it has been brought to our attention that disney's aladdin jr has historically been criticized for its inaccurate negative stereotyping of arabic coaches after careful consideration and within put from the perspectives of teachers parents and community members we decided that this production is not the best fit for our community in the play arabs are described as barbaric those are the exact words they used and the actual play was very controversial apparently in the early ninety's look at page look at this i mean something. it's not the first time the supposed barbarism of a lot and has a provoked anger in the arab community a year after the release of disney's aladdin the lyrics of the opening song with train just the original version included a line where they cut off your ear that was then replaced with
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a neutral description of the desert but not everybody sees the offense in their lot in the story and some parents have criticized the school's cancellation of the play . they're saying we're a community but yet they didn't even ask anyone they just made this decision by themselves john howard john deputy director of the us middle eastern alliance to support trump as people too easily. it seemed to me more to be about a love story it's an animated movie it's a disney movie does the you know wants to attract as large an audience as possible so i don't think there's anything in it that's particularly offensive anybody wants to claim victim status if you know it to their benefit to the other side as it risks being. called a bigot or intolerant or hater of some some kind and everybody has a very low sensitivity to that so really it relies a lot on solve policing so for people to say really is this really that offensive
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is this really doing harm to the group that it's claiming the harm or is it or is it just you know a very minor matter that should just be overlooked are still to come here on the program on t.v. at least fourteen children have been injured in a knife attack at
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a kindergarten in china that's in the mix if you well white headlines and just. this is the first story or the first with the loudest voice of the biggest read. to stand this is just the right questions to answer. thank you to join us today here on out see the un's humanitarian aid agency has confirmed the deaths of twenty one people in
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a strike close to the yemeni port city of hadera and warning you may find some of the following images to starving the fruit and vegetable market hospital chiefs say all the victims all civilians and children are among the dead this is how one witness described what happened. i mean. we were washington package and the plane came and hit us from above as we were working. all the polls the yemeni war the worst manmade humanitarian crisis in the world with twenty two million people in dire need of assistance up to fourteen million people are currently at risk of starvation the saudi in the country began in twenty fifteen with the aim of restoring the yemeni government has repeatedly denied attacking areas where civilians were present but we did hear. things that the international community should stand up against. and the ongoing
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military attacks on yemen. well i believe that there are some communities now is concentrating on that that journalist. this actually. crime in itself should. make the international community concentrate on that they don't want that bigger muscle which is taking place in more than thirty years and up until now it is absolutely. beautiful it is hypocrisy of don't understand why they are silent is it because saudi is rich is because they can't make money by sending weapons you know european countries and united states i don't believe this kind of hypocrisy is should continue there should be as bad as trying to stand against this intervention in yemen to put down in the way. at least fourteen children have been injured in a knife attack at a kindergarten in china according to police
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a thirty nine year old woman attacked children while they were on the playground and she was arrested by officers at the scene some reports say that the attacker was motivated by anger at the government there has been a rise in knife attacks in chinese schools and kindergartens over recent years the perpetrators typically had mental health issues or claim to be taking revenge on officials. now a quarter of all children and some of the poorest countries are trapped in child labor that's according to unicef with the cocoa industry becoming an area of growing concern. to do well in the slums while. well the u.s. federal appeals court on tuesday reinstated a lawsuit against food producers nestle and cargill a group of former child slaves from mali accuse the companies of supporting forced child labor by purchasing cocoa from the ivory coast. the former child
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slave so. waited to long for justice in this case in some the allegations being a picture of overseas slave labor the defendants perpetuated from headquarters in the united states the plaintiffs said the company has provided financial and technical support to ivory coast farmers in order to guarantee the cheapest cocoa nestle denies any wrongdoing. regrettably in bringing such lawsuits the plaintiffs class action lawyers are targeting the very organizations trying to fight forced labor force child labor is unacceptable and has no place in our supply chain we have explicit policies against it and are working with other stakeholders to combat this global social problem in twenty seventeen nestlé published its first report on its progress in eliminating child labor and its supply chain detail the main areas the company had been focusing on but human rights lawyer believes
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consumer pressure is the best way to bring change. companies that can get away with forced labor child labor will. well use it because they want to maximize their profit it's quite simple as that and i think companies if they're going to go to war the space to be able to use force child labor and so that's so they're using that's why these lawsuits are important because it forces companies hopefully to amend their action i think in the case of a nestle for example i think consumer pressure boycotts can work absolutely they have in the past including against nestle itself which is. frankly a bad actor are in very different ways over the years. clashes erupted between supporters of maher say and lousier go ahead of a team is europa league football match in the french port city on thursday night.
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oh police were forced to intervene and used tear gas to separate the french and italian supporters roughly eighty files from each side is said to have been involved three were injured two of them are tanya found a local media report attends all but last year found were dressed in black and reportedly carrying knives and clubs the club is known to have a violent far right fringe among its supporters but the match ended and i three one victory at last. on your program a chance and half an hour with more of your friday stories thanks for joining us. priest who raped me when i was fourteen years of age was known to be a sexual abuser when he was ordained a priest and the church knew about his offending behavior and they were going to
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continue to abuse from these ordination right through his entire career as a priest. the thing about saudi arabia is they is the oil as a weapon and if they get too close to investigating what's going on over there they push the price of oil up now on the last ten years because of fracking in america america position to stop us energy independent and no longer subject to the political pressures that can be borne upon them from opec and the saudis so we're going to see a real test of this because. all of these the litany of horrors coming out of saudi arabia is making people feel. safe. while
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a friend that she would. run out of the flow for the best out of the jewels of. the concepts those preparing to perform i had actually prepared myself to. heed what i do know sorry to trust when it came. to get warm well it was slow and homo stuff how do you know that was the cause. discontinuity was. good so don't see. soul getting. what it
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was that he could with. yes. depletion so it's. a senior executive says happily in his private jet just pulling off quite a coup. he has secretly initiated the sale of one of his biggest companies. even so before landing he becomes quite disillusioned the agreement has been leaked to the media taken by surprise he now has to justify his actions. knows that
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a government member is waiting for him. minister of the economy is demanding an explanation he sell without consulting the state the deal must be cancelled the c.e.o.'s refusal threatens a social tensions rise and it's pointed out that the minister has already broken dreams and he will be next this is the last time he will stand in this office or inside the ministry this is the coffee cup of a convicted man. two months later and after a fierce jewel the two men meet again same office different atmosphere. the minister straight and tall but is stunned and defeated the last in the show of strength with the c.e.o. his defeat is also france's defeat. the c.e.o. is patrick cronin. the company sold to the u.s.
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without consulting the french data. in a deal that was sealed in circumstances where the of a spy novel from prying eyes and public opinion in. the sale deals a terrible blow to french industry and its energy independence today this affair of state is shrouded in a deafening silence. alstom story begins in the city of bell thought this is where the company was blown in eight hundred seventy two and since then it has literally shaped to the region initially gold as a c.m. the alsatian corporation of mechanical engineering the company adopted the name alstom in one nine hundred twenty eight when it merged with the company from says thomas hoost and ever since then else dome has played a major part in many major french projects it designed the propulsion system for


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