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that i'll. get you to africa starts december twelfth on t w. this is d w news live from berlin tonight after a turbulent day britain's prime minister pledges to fight on to secure a break that lawmakers spent hours criticizing teresa mayes brights of plan as one by one members of her government resign so far may appears unfazed but the chances of getting her breaks that plan through parliament are hanging by
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a thread we'll bring you full analysis from london and brussels also coming up remembering the riots of camden's. they were three months ago but as germany's chancellor angela merkel prepares to visit the city we find that tensions are as bad as. i bring golf it's good to have you with us she is staying put and she is staying with her bright side plan at least for now the british prime minister to resign may as tonight value to defend her plan to withdraw all the u.k. from the european union at a news conference she described it as the best possible deal for the country and one that honors the vote of the people and she once again ruled out a second breaks that referendum hurst. came at the end of
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a bruising day that started with the resignation of a string of ministers breaks it minister dominique robb was the most high profile to go after describing the draft brights agreement as quote a very real threat to the integrity of the u.k. after a hostile reception in parliament may heard the news that hardline brigadier jacob riis mauger have begun the process of bringing a no confidence vote to try to force her from all this. you know some people say it goes from bad to worse for theresa may let's bring in our correspondents now bob of a story is in london and georg bosses is in brussels good evening to both of you barbara let me start with you i mean suddenly getting this breaks a deal through parliament it looks like it's the least of to resist amaze problems indeed brant because it comes a bit later of the four that she has to deal because her cabinet have
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a ratcheting members with her own backbenchers stabbing her in the back and wrist bullets flying of course from the do you see the northern irish unionist party that is propping up her government so yes she has her hands full and what we serve so early in the evening is that she decided to come out fighting and the is stifling thing about that is that i think stubbornness might be the main characteristic off trees of may one she's set on a course she will like it ceria just carry on and go on doing the same thing and saying the same thing over again until people just give up in desperation and it seems there is she's trying to wear them down by the sheer stubbornness and determination to go ahead you know let's take a listen to want the prime minister said just a few moments ago. leadership is about taking the right decisions not the easy ones as prime minister my job is to bring back
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a deal that delivers on the votes of the british people that does that by ending free movement all the things i raised in my statement ending free movement ensuring we're not sending vast annual sums to the e.u. any any longer ending the jurisdiction of the european court of justice but also protects jobs and protect people's livelihoods protects our security protects the union of the united kingdom and i believe that this is a deal which does deliver that which is in the national interest and i'm i going to see this through yes. so she says she's going to see it through georg she didn't say anything though that we haven't heard before what are britain's allies in brussels what are they making of all of this. i would say the chief main takeaway here in brussels is finally to reason why after all this haggling on negotiating tables hundreds of hours that you negotiate or has spent with the u.k.
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side she has taken a position she has defended that deal now yes there are some member states here particularly for instance spain the netherlands france who have some issues with fishing rights that do not appear in this divorce deal that may appear later that is what you negotiate or soap to do then appear later in a in a final future deal with the u.k. but these are details the main thing is for the e.u. this is a way to achieve an orderly breck's it and theresa may appears to see that through and is the nightmare now in brussels the scenario that maybe even as soon as tomorrow theresa may is no longer the prime minister maybe there they have to call the new new elections and all of this while the clock is ticking towards brics. look the chief spokesperson for the commission here made clear today that she is the main negotiating partner so of course or this deal is somehow tied to her
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political destiny on the other hand the commission knows very well the alternatives a cliff edge breck's it has no majority in the house of parliament whatever the successor of the reason they would be the other scenario is that of people's votes no breaks it has also no majority and then finally renegotiating things the route the wiggling room it's practically zero theresa may in our speech today said look we've really worked hard without a backstop we cannot get a deal with these other lines and that's the best deal we have on the table the alternatives to this deal are just too bad and one alternative would be to hold a second referendum on breaks in and barbara we saw tonight the prime minister is still standing there and saying there will be no second referendum how do you explain that i mean some people are saying it's just stubbornness plain. that is the inexplicable thing in her stands that she is started out as
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a remainder it we have to remember that some years ago before she came into office and then she switched over into the camp of sort of medium soft break city years and now is she is prime minister she said this is the task that i have been given and i will do it and this there seems to be a certain stubborn juji fullness in this is sort of carrying on and however if you look at if you look at the traction that the movement for a second referendum is gaining she might as well particularly after parliament has voted down the brics a deal maybe in early december she might as well have to give way and then if there is the so-called people's vote things might change completely invalid polls show that public opinion really has shifted and breaks it and in the meantime one about her leadership and her ability to hold on to power what i mean one of the chances that to morrow we could see
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a vote of no confidence in parliament. it's not going to move quite that quickly the brakes to tears on her benches they're still trying to get their act together they're counting the numbers the point is they have to have forty eight letters give and give to the backbench committee and then they need in the vote that will follow a few weeks later one hundred fifty nine members of parliament voting against a reason may i would say at this point in time today don't have the numbers but they might as well in a week from now because if she's looking weak and losing authority from day to day they might find the point when they're ready to pounce yeah we already know that the one member of parliament is speaking openly about it tonight or reveals all in london to your bosses in brussels to both of you you thank. and here's some of the other stories now that are making headlines around the world the u.s. treasury has imposed sanctions on seventeen solti officials for their alleged role
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in the killing of jamal khashoggi but washington stopped short of saying the government itself of the journalist was killed last month after he entered the saudi consulate in istanbul today these all the foreign minister denied that crown prince mohammed bin solomon had any involvement in the death toll in california's wildfires in el stands at fifty nine with authorities warning that one hundred thirty people remain missing thousands of firefighters are still battling blazes in the north and south of the state there with already say they are slowly gaining the upper hand. seven united nations peacekeepers have been killed ten wounded in the democratic republic of congo the peacekeepers were taking part in a joint operation against rebels close to the city of beni in north kivu province along with the country's armed forces. africa's fastest train line has just been
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opened in morocco by the king and the french president you see the my fair the two hundred kilometer stretch connects the country's two main commercial hubs tangier and casablanca and it was partly funded by the french government it will slash journey times from five hours to just over two. and the european court of human rights has ruled against russia in a case brought by opposition activists alexina of all the judges in stross berg sided with an evolving and said that his various imprisonments five russian authorities between two thousand and twelve and twenty four teen or politically motivated not only is a fierce critic of president vladimir putin and he has found himself behind bars on numerous occasions russia used him of organizing illegal demonstrations when detaining him. german chancellor angela merkel is due to visit the city of candidates on friday her trip to the city comes nearly three months after far right
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extremists hounded migrants there now that after a man was stabbed to death allegedly by two asylum seekers many residents of cabinets held days of rallies in support of the extremists well the situation remains difficult for foreigners and america has been widely criticized for not visiting the city sooner our correspondents sin is this report from chemists. it's difficult for rula sally to watch these images. on the twenty sixth of august a right wing mob rampage through the streets of kenneth chanting this is our city later that evening they attacked people they took for foreigners and a group of social democratic politicians roloson late stood up to them. i. took that but. i was completely beside myself i
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i cried so much because it was so emotional afterwards i really had to finally. roll a sollie is a social worker seventeen years ago she fled from lebanon to germany now she gives advice and support to young refugees who have just arrived in germany for many of them racist hostilities are part of everyday life says i can give worst of them say nasty words or leave this is our country our candidates why do you stay it's like in syria the mood in chemist's has changed many refugees and migrants living here say that on fridays they're too scared to leave the house. it's on fridays that the right wing populist pro cam that's alliance holds their weekly rally around a thousand people gather to spread fear and hate. is not the line of i'm afraid
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that i'll be attacked or raped by some migrants if i go out on the streets alone at night. it's true it's called nothing's getting better because everything is so expensive and those dock is get the money it's unbelievable one aside most of them vote for the far right a.f.d. which became the second strongest force in chemist's in the bundestag elections like many others roloson lay is worried about social peace in the city the division in chemist's is growing the army is using the word strong we're seeing that some people in kenneth's fear migrants and some migrants fear the people of kenneth's there are a lot of discussions on the matter i lead some of them person. i've been speaking with muslims and townspeople i always ask what's the problem when. dad called us in the altar relish sali wants to encourage those who for main silent to take action as a sign of solidarity against the right wingers at this moment that this is my city
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i will be forced out i'll continue my fight against racism and discrimination. roloson lay would have liked chancellor angela merkel to visit earlier she says people in kemet should feel that their fears are being taken seriously. arjun is now in the a.t.p. finals where domany team claimed his first win of the week beating japan's nishikori in straight sets ok nish a korean had previously beaten six time champion roger federer at the a.t.p.'s end of the season's torment but japan's number one couldn't replicate that form on thursday as dominant team easily dealt with his opponent serve. the first set ended six wallner with machinery left frustrated. he rallied some was in the second set but team kept his nerve to edge him out six for the austrian
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retains a slim chance of a semi final spot but will lead group rival kevin anderson to beat roger federer by a wide margin. back into. thanks for watching we'll see you at the top of the hour with more world news. story chalo for the story of the first woman we're told from different perspectives by peter craven from the eastern european perspective from the african perspective from the perspective of turkey and the arab world. t w don't come slash w done.


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