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up and ready, the count. down during lockdown. lock you go to tokyo, started july 19, dw me the was ah, news line from berlin form looks set to go global. g 20 group of wealthy nations. back in the middle. the corporate tax rate of 15 percent targeting tech giants do business world wide, but move their profits to tax havens. also coming up as ruling party cleared the lamps, lines, winner and national elections, but with a brutal,
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raging in the countries north. there are concerns about the vote legitimacy. ah, i'm nicole foolish. welcome to the show. the finance ministers of the g 20 group of wealthy nations have back a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent. the deal and to stop countries setting low taxes to attract investment from multinational especially tech joins doing business worldwide. the endorsement by the g 20, which accounts for 80 percent of the global economy will help the deal take effect internationally. a historic setting for a historic deal. finance ministers from the g 20 member countries came together in venice to secure a global tax reform for a digital world. the g 20 agreement is an important achievement that will
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contribute or to stabilize the international backseat. them in the coming, yes, it will grant, great tax certainty and the store the race to the bottom. the aim of the agreement is to make multinational pay tax in the countries where they make their profits at a minimum rate of 15 percent. it's designed to make it no longer worthwhile for companies to shift profits to other countries. g, 20 finance ministers said the pandemic forced them to act. the minimum takes takes a really great advantage for democracy and for inflation. and it will give us a chance to do, and he rates to the now just after we are fighting against cobra 19. and we are taking a lot of fights against the crisis to fight against the
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economy. crisis is absolutely necessary that we take this step and i'm really, really happy that we are stuck with chemistry to talk to the streets of venice to protest against the deal. they say the 15 percent tax rate is too low. they claim they are fighting against tax havens, but they are creating one themselves for them. 15 percent is ok. that's not ok. i mean a number of the you countries like ireland are against the reform, but this will not stop. the global corporation tax says us treasury secretary, janet yellen. i should emphasize it's not essential that every country be on board . disagreement contains a kind of enforcement mechanism that can be used to make sure that countries that are holdouts are not able to undermine the global corporation. tax rate is set to
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come into force in 2023, but negotiations are still ongoing. final agreement is not expected. until the g 20 leader summit in rome and october. if you'll be ruling prosperity party has been declared the winner of last month national election in a landslide. victory secures prime minister. i'll be off meant another 5 years in office after coming to power in 2018. i'll be over so profound political reforms and even won the nobel peace prize. but now he's being accused of committing war crimes and b and battles. northern region. the supporters of prime minister be amid hearing him on an election day. their votes helped secure his landslide victory. his prosperity party emitted 400 tens of 436 available parliamentary he'd be as touted to
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vote as the country's 1st free and fair election. a view not shared by all given and opposition, boycott ethnic violence, and most notably, the ongoing award and t grier, which remains a big worry for many if he opens up the situation would take rise. extremely disturbing to me not. i have 2 brothers there. i'm not only worried about them, but about the entire town and the region self. and because the children are not attending school properly and not the mothers cannot go about as they like. people can't leave their lives if they want to cover for me, that is what a be should work on. your muscle would make pieces to grow. and i think that's the relation to, you know, the part for me and all i want these pieces, each country. and that hope for peace is one shared by many v, o peons who want their prime minister to use the 2nd term to end the fighting and to grow the right. you caught up on some other stories making headlines around the
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world. the wife of hades assassinated president has made her 1st remarks since the killing of her husband. martine, more used to set the attack, happened quote, in the blink of an eye without her husband getting the chance to say a word. patient police acute foreign mercenaries of carrying out the killing, which intensified the caribbean republics political crisis. one deployed a 1000 soldiers to mozambique to help combat and islamic state link insurgency and the north of the country. they will fight alongside national forces and troops from the southern african development community. since october 2017 thousands of civilians and soldiers have been killed by islamic insurgents in mozambique australia has registered its 1st covert 19 death of the hear a woman in her ninety's passed away and he is currently in the 3 week lockdown as
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a tries to bring an outbreak of the delta variant under control fast moving brush fires have slept through forests and dozens of villages in eastern russia. hundreds of people have lost their homes. forest fires in russia have become more severe in recent years. because of heat waves and long dry periods to the united states where last month was the hottest june on record, and it's not looking like july. it will give americans a chance to cool down the u. s. west is sweltering under yet another heat wave in northern california firefighters are battling to control a wildfire which has doubled in size since friday. some 3000 people have been told to evacuate. fires are also raging and several other states. 2 weeks ago, the canadian province of british columbia registered all time record temperatures. hundreds of people died in connection with the extreme heat and the impact on
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ecosystems. it's also devastating fine to say up to a 1000000000 shellfish may have perished, thighs like days in western canada and normally ideal for shellfish, they thrive in the secluded, neutral ridge waters. muscles and clans don't do well in extreme hate. and the regions recent heat, why has literally cooked them alive? never smelled like this. never smelled like this before. the british columbia agriculture industry depends largely on the regions mob climate that is changing, bombing families who will thrive for generations, and not worried about the future. that used to be alive. no, there's nothing. most of the muscles around here now are all gone. mike lambs, you see the san dollars off for all dead. the mass times illustrates the impact of
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climate change here and now the climate ologist have concluded. it's virtually impossible the scorching temperatures could have occurred without global warming. we knew the heat might have been bad, but we were expecting to see what we saw, or what we are seeing. and western candidates, recent record breaking, have maybe a harbinger of things to come, threatening a way of life out here in the base of british columbia. aysa beijing on one of the last survivors of the outfits death camp has died at the age of 96. after losing her entire family in the holocaust, she devoted the rest of her life to fighting anti semitism and racism. she passed away peacefully in her sleep and a hambrick hospital. german president grandfather sigh, my assets, her death is a great loss. this music saved ester bass around o's life.
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she was taken in by the girl's orchestra, now schmidt, and survived the desk ham. at the time, she could only play piano. she had to improvise to play the accordion, the one find this one. it was really a miracle. i still don't know how i managed to do that. stuffed up ester bass around. i was born in southern germany, in 1924. she was sent out to the age of 18. as part of the goes orchestra, she had to play the gates of our shreds. when force labors were sent out to work. when you deputies arrived by train, these are her worst memories of our shreds. do you want to go? they waved at us. they thought that if music is playing, it can't be that. that was the tactic of the nazis estimated her life's work to tell school children about the horrors of outfits she call this her avenge. it's the students asked me, what should we do?
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i tell them not to be silent niche esther besser anna was gone. 2 now it is up to others to make sure her stories are still told. some sports news now and argentina have beaten arch rivals, brazil, one mil to win the cope america final in real. be muddy scored. the maps only go with a chip over a goalie anderson head and streamed out onto the streets of argentina's capital when cyrus to celebrate the victory. it was their national team's 1st title in 28 years, and the 1st international trophy for argentina, captain, neo no method and the european football championship reaches its climax on sunday night when italy phase england in the final while england will have the support of most of the $60000.00
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fans at london's wembley stadium. italy will look to continue their incredible transformation under coach for burton. when cheney are all coming home then the team on this bus to the unwelcome guest looking to crash the party. silly. some people were happy to see a li arrive in london for the year, a 2020 final o. b u. k base italy, fans with the own spin on the classic england. that team survived the 10th penalty shootout against spain to reach the final. and now hoping to weigh in the 1st european championship since 1968. yeah, to get seasick. i meant for to answer england physically stronger than natalie. but football is played with a ball on the grass. and we hope we can do better than then knowing that these
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qualities will be important in a match like the final. but sometimes the smaller ones, when i want to be j to be called a crystal jacoby, that the bus out that we need support for england has reached the very top percent prime minister, not one semester chance for some political capital loading. and the monarch herself queen elizabeth wishing the team while in a letter adding, quote, with the hope that history will recall not only your success, but also the spirit commitment and pride with which you have conducted yourself. should also feature in a different time than before. the final but it's this one, the deal and skin has 3 lions that really captures the english move. oregon. so. so that for cation the faxes england, not one the major trophies in the world cup in 1966. ah,
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we're in a final and we were here. we had to win, so everything is important. how was represented paper them, we're pleased that that legacy is been there. but now we want to go and, and bring the trophy home for everybody. to do that. so have to be the most inform side and wells football player on beacon in $33.00 matches under roberta, men sheeny and yet to lose to england in a major tournaments and whispering, they're pretty good at penalties to an antennas. australia's ashley barney has won her 1st wimbledon title after reading, catalina, police, cova, and the women's singles final. the world number one followed up her when at the french open in 2019 with a 3 set victory. this wraps up a remarkable come back for a party who wasn't even sure she would be fin enough to compete in this tournament
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. she's australia 1st women champion for 41 years following in the footsteps of her idol. yvonne, good luck on more sports, coming up after the break. stay tuned for sports line with a look at this time the he rode toward tokyo olympics. go further to me and the entire team here in our berlin newsroom. thank you so much for your company to the news we got some hot tips for your bucket list, the magic corner check scott and some great culture memorials to boot travel off we go.


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