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the new sun media phenomenon starting october fifteenth on d w. this is deja vu news live from berlin spain braces for more protests over cotland independence crisis the unauthorized vote has deeply divided the country however people are still rallying for a peaceful conclusion to the standoff between madrid and katz lonia also coming up . in german soccer hi chris returns to byron munich for
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a fourth time he's taking over as head coach over the plan just like a powerhouse to the end of the season. hello and welcome i'm michel henery it's good to have you with us. a series of demonstrations have been planned across spain as a political standoff between the spanish and catalonian governments continues the tour it is called last week's referendum and catalonia illegal the kassam government meanwhile continues to stand by its promise to declare independence even as its leader met with a newly formed team of mediators. if the connell on president's power struggle with spain is to end any time soon he will need the help of mediators like those he met on friday. in a sign he may be listening to his guests karla's which demand said he will update.
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parliament on the current political situation on tuesday and in doing so he avoided breaking a constitutional ban on a session scheduled for monday. his party called it a gesture of good will. and. must the president of cuts alone has a great opportunity to make the real statement he made a few days ago which is to start a dialogue. meanwhile in madrid a possible change in strategy for the first time the spanish government issued an apology of sorts for the heavy handed policing of sunday's illegal referendum. i said this very clearly before the police were following an order they were in order to avoid an illegal vote they were ordered to seize ballot boxes if there were incidents and there where and if people were injured evidently we are all sorry. but pressure is piling on control on leaders spain's third largest bank
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agreed to move its a registered offices out of the breakaway region. sign that independence could cost barcelona dearly one argument of catalana unionists. and. the problem is not between the government the problem is between one half of the council on people and the other half of the catalan people since catalonia is disputed vote last sunday the region has polarized and it's set to be another weekend of protests as tuesday looms. and later today a demonstration is set to take place in barcelona where correspondent funny the char is monitoring developments she joined us earlier and i began by asking her what was expected from the rally. it's expected to be actually a peaceful demonstration today right here in front of the office of the catalonia mayor but not just here in barcelona all across the country although of course spain people are cold to wear white t.
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shirts as a symbol of peace but also to demand dialogue or to put something on their balconies for that matter this initiative is called out of the game also which means let's talk let's have a dialogue because a lot of people here are saying we are neither for nor against independence we simply don't want to become a pinball of politics we want to make sure that the country is not becoming divided that people both catalonians and spanish all spanish are not becoming divided so we should be a rather peaceful demonstration today but there are more demonstrations expected over the weekend also anti independence demonstrations and the question is if it is going to remain a peaceful over the weekend or not and funny with these pro and anti sides are these two sides still on a collision course for next week. well let's put it to way the exchanges have been rather define between both sides the what we're hearing
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from the lonia is not as defiant as it was a few days ago in fact right now the president of course hello any other of the region here is saying that he will go to the parliament to tuesday but the wording is a bit different he is saying he wants to talk about the current political situation rather than the clearing independence of course of the independence now that could still happen in fact he may just use this ruling so that the constitutional court in mud dritte does not suspend the parliamentary session as it already did for a monday and that session has been canceled for monday so therefore there is a limit of backpedaling you could say because now this session is set for tuesday and as i say the looting is a bit different also from the mud that its side they had some close to the tourist tones that you have heard yesterday because mother they apologized in the name of the police for the violence that happened on sunday and that violent crackdown of the referendum so if you could use a picture i would say so far everybody was running towards
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a cliff no matter what right now both parties both mother. are still at this cliff looking down but maybe they may not job funny for charm barcelona thank you. now to some of the other stories making news around the world people along the u.s. gulf coast are stocking up on supplies with hurricane nate forecast to make landfall on saturday the hurricane which began as a tropical storm killed more than twenty people when it lashed central america u.s. authorities have issued storm surge warnings and new orleans mayor has ordered an evacuation of some areas. the f.b.i. says it will use billboards to appeal for any information that might help them understand what cost stephen paddick to shoot fifty eight people dead in las vegas one week after the assault investigators have confessed that they're baffled by his motives the billboards will show
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a toll free number to call if the public has any new details on the case. the trumpet ministration has rolled back and obamacare provision that requires employee health plans to cover contraception as preventive care for women employers will now be able to opt out of providing no cost birth control on religious or moral grounds i could see groups plan to sue to block the new rules. saudi arabia has condemned the united nations report on violence against children as misleading and inaccurate the document blames a saudi led military coalition in yemen for deaths and injuries to hundreds of children in total the un report counted more than fifteen thousand war crimes against children last year but some believe the real figure could be much higher. it's a gruesome list that the u.n. representative virginia has to deliver year in and year out the list of war crimes against children children are conscripted to fight they were abused raped and
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killed by bombs in their schools and kindergartens in twenty sixteen the un counted fifteen thousand five hundred proven crimes carried out by government troops rebels and terror organizations we have to assume that this is just the tip of an iceberg so don say oh good we have five hundred five hundred more it's not the case these have a fight and that the u.n. report came late this year mainly because of strong opposition from saudi arabia it had been named as one of the perpetrators on the so-called list of shame in yemen saudi led coalition airstrikes on schools and kindergartens killed six hundred eighty three children according to u.n. reports that's why saudi arabia made the list at the same time it's also been described as a country willing to cooperate with u.n. efforts this year's nobel peace prize has been awarded to the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons i can the group played
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a key role in the adoption of united nations treaty in july that aims to eliminate nuclear arms the nobel committee says it honored i can through five in efforts to ban such weapons at a time of renewed global tension. ok. members of i can the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons celebrating at their headquarters in geneva switzerland after hearing the announcement of their nobel prize winner is also considered an upset victory since many analysts expected the negotiators who had worked out the nuclear deal with the ran in two thousand and fifteen to win however i can had already earned a significant victory when the un adopted a symbolic nuclear treaty they had devised addressing the issue of nuclear disarmament the chair of the norwegian nobel committee had this to say when you. take a historical look it seems like there have been moments where it's being more
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engagement among nuclear states to end. the solomon in the city of i do not believe we are in such a moment today the un under-secretary general and high representative for disarmament affairs izumi not commits to echoed those views and moving towards a waltz free of nuclear weapons is really today and priority. nobel peace price if. there is significant in terms of the timing and the situation in which we owe anything in today however none of the nine no nuclear powers have signed up for the new u.n. treaty pushed by icann the award also comes amid heightened tensions over north korea's nuclear development and us president donald trump criticism of a deal curbing iran's nuclear program something i can find deeply concerning it. i
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think that their band deal is really important and it would be really really unfortunate and a huge security risk for the world if that was ripped up especially at a time when iran is complying with the deal. so i think that treating the deal needs to remain be supported i can has pledged to step up its campaign and do even more until all nuclear weapons are eliminated. formula one news now and lewis hamilton will start in pole position at this weekend's japanese grand prix how much and set the fastest ever lap this is a track to qualify in first place in japan for the first time in his career sebastian vettel will start beside hamilton on the front row the german driver is currently thirty four points behind hamilton in the drivers' championship with five races left this season. in the bundesliga byron munich have appointed year high
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because as their new coach the seventy two year old is coming out of retirement and assigned a contract until the end of the season its fourth time in charge of buyer. you pike is retired from coaching in two thousand and thirteen and he went out on a high as one the trouble with buying the champions league the bonus league and the german cup. his good friend byron president played a big role in convincing him to come out of retirement many of the players know heine kids from his last time in charge and they're happy to see him come back. they can feel that he knows a lot of the guys and he has huge experience he's a great coach and really understands the players i think he'll give the team a boost and make us better. i guess we'll take over training on monday and stay until the end of the season given by and munich time to find a suitable successor. from the caribbean to europe deadly storms have been making
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headlines in recent weeks the weather is often on everyone's lips and a new exhibition here in germany is taking a close look at the elegance past present and future through history science and culture the show opens this weekend and vaughan the host city for the next round of un climate change talks next month. the weather affects the soul whether we like it or not. the weather report exhibition is focusing on how weather influences human civilization and culture. to clean up this very him go into bite about climate there's a communication problem it's too loaded with facts and statistics we're taking another approach whether it's climate we experience. our exhibition is taking an interdisciplinary approach we're going to show and give equal weight to every day culture in the natural sciences and through this there will be
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a surprising and exciting mix and the mission. that makes includes works is very does those by english romantic painter john constable. american artist geoffrey hendricks who has styled himself as a cloud smith for his work with sky themed images to the early technology at sixteenth century sundials all the way to the spiritual with the fifteenth century wind god made of lava. the exhibition boasting more than four hundred objects in artworks from across the world runs till march. and just a reminder of the top story we're following for you in spain people continue to call for a peaceful conclusion to a political standoff over the cata one independence referendum further protests are expected today however it remains unclear whether catalonia still plans to declare independence from spain in the days ahead. you're watching
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