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you have to fight and he will have to fight within his own c.d.u. party because his now rival marco suitor wants to leave it up to the c.d.u. to decide so the coming hours and days may see a lot of in a party fight and debate with the various state premier vowing that he won't look back in anger if it's not his name on the ticket this is once again a departure if there ever was a plan for the succession of anglo machall and it shows a significant lack of stability within the c.d.u. at a moment of crisis for the whole country in the midst of a pandemic. well a 2nd look at other stories making headlines around the world hundreds of yemenis are protesting against worsening living conditions in the war torn country protesters blocked off a major road in the southern port city of age and they want an end to power cuts
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and high prices yemen's internationally recognized government is fighting iran back to 3 rebels who control the capital sanaa. and people link august on a voting on changing the constitution to expand the presidential powers the reforms would reduce the size of the parliament and give the president power to appoint judges president assad says the changes would increase stability his opponents say it's a power grab. and german president frank frank walter steinmeier has visited the former death camp of which involved to mark the 76th anniversary of its liberation he warned against forgetting the crimes of the nazis more than 56000 people were murdered in pushing gold and its satellite camps. where people have been voting and chance presidential election president just debbie it know has ruled the country since 990 and he won again this time around leading
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opposition politicians have boycotted the vote and debbie is expected to rig the get his reelection for a 6 term. very calm relaxed president to do is to be is one of the wrong does enough reka. i mean the heavy security he was the 1st to cast about it is this 6 schools circuity election has voted didn't. none of the. done we have voted we are going to go home now and then wait for the voters to decide their fate but. on this planet i'm disappointed. this minus is he has voted in 5 elections over the last 13 years on sunday he decided to bring the poll because he believes he's more to me of a county's shane funny i have
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a family and the situation is but if you think you know they be will be really addicted but he must change the situation if not it will be worse i know he will be 1st round from the bottom of my heart i'm not supporting me but a part of the minute had to share his frustration members of the opposition and anti-government activists called for the barrel to be boycotted the people of chad generally decided to stay at their homes because they're saying that they have been voting for at least 5 times and all these 5 times there has been no change so there's no point of them going out to vote. at least $7300000.00 charge and i would vote but in the cup to shoot time drop this lady is a 1st time voter but she came with
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a high expectations his vision i want there to be more peace in chad yees already peace but we need more than that. we need social cohesion. in office for 3 decades president they'd be remains a strong partner for the west in the fight against islamic jihad the east the top part the sahara region. but buchwald he spoke diabetes diminishing raised him to accuse him of printing the country into deep poverty and also encouraging they put him and the corruption. well fred when he has been monitoring developments at a polling station in the capital. does some international partners see president it is to be i mean they incumbent as the guy as they pass and he's got people over fighting they to harvest in this region i mean if you compare our chad with that is
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4 countries in this i have to be joined is the most powerful they have the most powerful army and they see president as a tip of a person who can try to fight they did the job does so for the international community he has the support and regional support i mean from other plagues presidents in the in the region but of course in charge the people charged they want jobs they want a bit alike. now around 700 people have been killed in in mars' military crackdown since the beginning of the coup on saturday security forces killed more than 80 pro-democracy protesters in the city of boggo authorities have shut down the internet access that once again forcing activists to come up with alternative ways to get their message out. the man wearing this mask who goes by the name lynn fund he's the founder of an underground newsletter called molotov it's secretly distributed to thousands of readers across myanmar. who are going out rural now
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it's a tough time at the moment but we have to be interviewed wearing masks. and we're living under a lot of oppression at the moment we have to distribute the printed version of molotov ourselves because of the internet outage. for writing revolutionary literature and then distributing it. we could end up in prison for many years possibly 10 or more years ago we are so hard to hold for sure are you aren't. a huge risk but one that many like lynn found are prepared to take some readers across the country download a p.d.f. version of the publication print them out on the street beat the physical copies in their local area. myanmar has a long history of underground publications. independent media is under severe
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threat. according to groups monitoring the crackdown in myanmar around 3000 people have been arrested since the military seized power in february and at least 700 people have been killed. the reasons that keith lynn found and his fellow activists determined to fight for their freedom. was pretty solid even if one of us is arrested there are young people who will carry on producing the molotov newsletter even if one of us is killed someone else will turn up when someone folds this molotov newsletter will continue to exist until the revolution is successful the look of a face here. a revolution for now appears to have no end date in sight. now indonesia is seeing a baby boom amid the current virus pandemic and while the country is facing
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economic hardships not everyone is happy about the rise in birth and authorities are taking steps to discourage. ladies and gentleman announcers and. keep your distance wash your hands stay healthy and make sure you use contraceptives. and she goes on don't get pregnant until the pandemics over you can get married and have sex but be sensible and don't get pregnant. it's a pretty clear message that casting through the streets of the city of samarra getting pregnant now not a good idea. for. this pandemic is causing huge challenges for families we have an economic crisis there's no toryism business is bad the men are losing their jobs the women look after the money but
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it's getting harder and harder for them to feed big families and. children can be a blessing but that could be too much of a good thing too i'm with many people with time on the hands accidents happen 7. amber is handing out free contraceptives the city is actively trying to take control experts predict a 10 percent increase in perth during the pandemic. when you're 30 say that we have to wash our hands because of the pandemic then fine but if they say don't get pregnant it's a bit weird. but i think what they're doing is good the announcements. i didn't know. but now the telling is officially and we should listen. part of the problem is that the pandemic did cause a shortage of contraceptives at 1st those shortages have now been overcome but the fresh supplies arrive too late for some. alina is pregnant again her doctor says
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everything is going well but she knows her patient isn't happy. with the pregnancy is on wanted an accident and this will be her 4th child and that's going to be difficult financially but. despite her pregnancy alina is still running her small food stall the family is more dependent than before on the income she earns they were barely scraping by already now they'll have another mouth to feed. i'm worried when i heard i was pregnant i cried our business isn't doing as well as it used to because of the pandemic my husband can only find casual work it's hard. the pandemic brings with it all kinds of risks and side effects in indonesia one of those is a baby boom. now sunday's only been as the game has finished let's take
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a look at the results this weekend. earned their 2nd a win of the season against alcs book cologne and minds is currently underway and on saturday by and lead was cut to 5 points off to they drew and leipsic one and there were also wins for frankfurt and dortmund had to do with got back and to be the field beat on friday nights and leave a course in visit hoffenheim on monday to round off match day 28. now mission controllers have delayed the 1st flight of nasa's many helicopter on mas technical issues emerged during testing of the roaches before takeoff the engineer as he had a culture set to make the 1st powered and controlled flight on a planet other than earth it traveled to maz attached to the rover perseverance and nothing has pushed back the flight by at least a few days. we're watching the news live from but end up next
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is the document she on the pro-democracy activists fleeing hong kong that's on well stories and also much more news on our web site www dot com we can find news analysis and also some live streamed video of iran a 100 thank you very much indeed for watching us use it up like. people in trucks injured when trying to flee the city center and more refugees are being turned away on the 4th family's plane bomb attacks in syria is critical in fairness we against demonstrators people extremist groups rushed out to defeating the song to continue to see. more than 300000000 people are seeking
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refuge. we ask god because no one should have to sleep. make up your own mind to. g.w. . for mines. look up. this week on world stories. tech jobs instead of terrorism in belgium. pollution instead of prosperity in nigeria. but we begin in germany. while politicians continue discussing the 3rd lock down citizens are increasingly frustrated with the consequences of the pandemic. the
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bergdorf family in berlin a year after the corona virus pandemic began everyone is at home everyone is busy at their computer well almost everyone. leandro was struggling with his math homework the 14 year old spends up to 9 hours a day at his laptop 1st for his lessons then for homework sometimes lander has to force himself to keep up with his tasks. look at. what you just get sad you don't have any energy you almost get a little depressed that's a heavy duty word depressed but it's true. you just don't feel like doing anything anymore. his mother paula also spends her days homeschooling she's a teacher and looks forward to the day when she can finally teach inside the school again 1000 back summations could make that happen have a guess then i got a message from my school yesterday that invitations for all teachers to get
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vaccinations are in the mail. that's very good news. and now i know i will have a vaccination appointment he didn't mean germany's vaccination rollout is taking a long time so far only 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated the 1st to get the job were people over 80 and staff in hospitals and nursing homes paula bergdorf isn't allowed to just go stand in line at the vaccination center without an invitation right now she's looking forward to having rapid testing introduced at her workplace self tests that people take at home will make the school a little safer but in germany these are still not available everywhere paula worries about losing connection to her students or his community you don't hear anything from them not a no don't feel like it or yes just sign. and then of course you wonder where
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are they. the father of the family mark has set up his home office in their bedroom he'd rather work here than take the bus and subway to work during a pandemic he considers that too risky in a europe wide comparison germany only comes in as average when it comes to working at home instead of remaining at the workplace less than 40 percent of german employees work from home mark is finding it quite a challenge to work in this environment. dodgeball for me it's hard for me to combine my working world and the atmosphere that normally surrounds me with working at home with my child my dog my wife it's quite challenging at times months wonder sport is exotic. marc is trying to imagine what the future will be like after the pandemic is over he's in charge of a startup that's developing ideas for a new kind of tourism after coke at 19 all in all the bergdorf are very grateful
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that they've made it through the pandemic healthy so far. after the terror attack 5 years ago moment bacon belgium became known as a terrorism hotspot. a young tech entrepreneur wants to show that the brussels neighborhood has more to offer. molen bag 5 years ago after terrorist attacks in paris and brussels the whole world knew that word and this place this district became infamous as the home base of a handful of bad guys the rest of my index almost 100000 residents felt unfairly stigmatised i was really frustrated and sad for all but i also wanted to explain to people the guys modeling big it's nice with people with quality. and this is not our city of terrorist ybor he was
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a real also felt lost growing up like those. back men who would become bombers he dropped out of school at 13 but where they turned to crime he taught himself to code and became a successful tech entrepreneur without the fancy diplomas from expensive schools that many top business people have the degree of they have. so yeah. really nothing he did have something the desire to help others succeed in 2015 while nearby the terrorist cell was planning its attacks was a recreated a nonprofit tech incubator so mullen that kids would have a place to go a chance to dream big what he calls a different ecosystem provides trainees everything for free the rest is up to them this place is looked for to give to people. you know it's just people come and take your opportunity. if they have no money is free if they have no computer or we can
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lend a computer they have no time we are almost open 20 hours before you know every day from the single room where he started cerise ecosystem now takes up the whole building and had a turnover of $2000000.00 euros last year google c.e.o. soon to put child visited recently to make a donation in person the world is changing was a recess the big companies recruiting his students are less focused on traditional degrees 93 percent of graduates have tech jobs or have founded their own companies there are also spin offs in the netherlands and italy laura hebert a digital marketing student travels in hour each way from ghent to be part of the mall in geek community i think it's the best training center in brussels ucas it's like recognise from big companies what outsiders used to deride as
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a no go zone is now the place to be. the chinese government is ramping up pressure on hong kong. more and more pro-democracy activists either flee the country or end up in court like leach i am . a small flat in downtown hong kong where there was only museum dedicated to the 18 i 10 m. in krakow is located the military repression in beijing 32 years ago changed the course of many people in china and hong kong including leaching. i was there during the doing for the massacre and i was detained for free days after my release back to hong kong i clashed that i would spend my life time in fighting for the mockers in china and so that those who sacrificed were not being. st jacques his own
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leisure journey is facing a difference fades critics say and i don't massive cracknell being carried out by the chain this time harnessed mostly liberal and democratic city hong kong in the wake of anti-government protest here an age this was charged for organizing and attending and authorizes and that's really it was over a 1000000 people took part was one of the few without found and precious every one of the defendants are high profile figures apart from media tycoon jimmy and i owe a formal lawmakers icons of the opposition movement like martin lee who is no this father after all this issue of the charges carries a maximum 5 year jail term. yet this case is just the tip of the united states with over $10000.00 others arrested for yang is the 1st among the night charges for which he's on trial beijing's recently post weeping national security law and his
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overhaul of the city's electoral system intensify the fear you are going to rise hong kong's tenement morning vigil every year calling for an end to china's one party move for decades and that they can make him a prime target and the beijing security this year he will likely be absent for the very 1st time in this year oh in a way that going to joe's part of the struggle now i would convert my buy thing that this is already. a blessing for me i would only have to go to jail after you know for the back of us i'm in hong kong. but i'm ready to pay the price and ready to face it having witnessed hong kong's decades long struggle the 64 year old activist just not optimistic but he believes that his accent says will continue to fight for democracy until did finally you've reached a call. the
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niger delta is not only one of africa's most important oil producing regions it's also one of the most polluted places on earth instead of prosperity this black gold brings residents sickness and death. the niger delta once offered to reach spoilers for farmers and fishermen like mike. now it's a threat to humans and the ecosystem goal all human spills happen if people are exposed to high and it was of course me i'm the one my cute. most of them died before the age of 40. our lives in the pain they lag me on to see. we depend on the sea seafood. today almost all of those seafood is gone you can't find them again because of the oil spill. as lead to. a level of poverty i find you know if not find
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a way to describe a study in 2012 estimated that 16000 babies died within the 1st month of their life. they died because of oil production in the niger delta state officials admit that the situation has become even worse since then how many people there last week how many were buried this week. where die. because this is i know what their. poverty. in terms of food. and even the necessities of life you know what are your. vast areas of the states would to with out took sick the u.n. says it could take 30 years to clear up the contamination. residents and activists blame the multinational oil companies for their plight they
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have petition their government to provide hospitals and schools to improve their living conditions. the whole place they've been to las cruces and in there that is developing the phone. with us to clear up we're cut out my doesn't measure us i'm also on them pam i told the people that i've been a red jump place through this species. the region provides most of nigeria's revenues but the communities see they get nothing in the real time and their government has neglected them and if them to be affects.
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