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this is deja vu news live from berlin and intense week of break the talks begins in brussels the british prime minister says the next seven days will be critical but with the hardliners already rejecting what may have negotiated so far is there any chance of the two sides reaching an agreement is also coming out. that. the leaders of hong kong program marker see umbrella movement go on trial one of them tells me that he will continue was fight even if it means going to prison. a
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lack of toilets in nigeria means many people are forced to relieve themselves outside entrepreneurs are cashing in but the main challenge is getting people to change their habits with a special report on world toilet day. and in tennis the new kid on the courts twenty one year old alex on that senator wins the a.t.p. finals for the first time been feeding the world number one novak djokovic will bring you the best moments from a dramatic next. time so we so much going to it's good to have you with us britain and the e.u. are facing what could be a game changing week over bricks that last week they announced a draft withdrawal deal over the next few days they will be scrambling to finalize a declaration on the future relationship between britain and the e.u. british prime minister theresa may has been stepping up efforts to promote the deal at home but she's facing opposition from hard liners she has urged them to support
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her by saying that the future of the nation is at stake. these next seven days are going to be critical they are about the future of this country it's about people's jobs about their livelihoods it's about the future for their children and grandchildren the change of leadership at this point isn't going to make the negotiations uneasy and it's not going to change the parliamentary arithmetic what it will do what it will do is bring in a degree of uncertainty that's uncertainty for people and their jobs what it will do is mean that it is a risk that actually we delay the negotiations and that's a risk that wrecks it gets delayed or frustrated unclear people voted for us to leave we will leave or we'll leave on the twenty ninth of march two thousand and nineteen all right let's get the latest on our story now with our correspondents on the ground there gary marcus is in brussels and barbara vessel is in london good morning to you both good to see you both barbara let's start with you we heard the prime minister there say the rebels in our party ousting me will not help bragg's it but that's not really stopping her opponents from plotting is that. mean
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what reason may is trying to do is sort of really ramming in the message that it is either me or it is chaos that it means no deal breaks it or it is no breaks it was that threat she tries to keep her her enemies at bay who are within the tory parties and which are her worst opponent that's the hard right group of brick city years who say this is a you know this is a vessel state arrangement boris johnson has been writing again this morning in the challenge graph and saying we are bowing our next to the dictate of the european union dramatic language there so they are not stopping with as they are carrying on with their constant attacks against the prime minister if you look at the newspapers this morning we see the independent here they show nine contenders for to reason may's office starting with boris johnson and experts of minister david
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davis and so on and so forth it seems pretty much everybody in westminster things he could be of better prime minister then treason may already garrick let's come to you in brussels now the british prime minister says these next seven days of negotiations with the e.u. will be critical but is that you really willing to renegotiate anything at this point. look i mean there are two parts of this agreement there is one part which is the divorce part of the agreement and there's the future part of much smaller part but legally non-binding part one has to say but it looks towards the future economic relationship that the e.u. could have that is something that over the weekend negotiators from both sides here in brussels have been working on that is something that today the e.u. ministers who are concerned with european affairs in brussels will talk about that is something where there is some wiggle room to make some more compromises to write some stuff in that could help to reset may get this deal through as with regards to
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that withdrawal part this nobody no side will will actually want to touch her we heard it there from kara there are some questions about what could be renegotiated and there are parliamentarians cabinet ministers there in london who want to resign may to try to renegotiate the sink reman is she in any mood to take on board their concerns. she needs to pretend to take on board their court service but only up to a certain point even she has made it clear that there was draw agreement the divorce agreement so to say cannot be open to again and there was a senior politician in germany last night who said no way we're not going to touch it this is finished and more or less insinuated we are fed up with this what she can get is sort of some warm words in the. declaration for the future economic relationship and what she wants is some reassurance for instance the backstop for
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northern ireland we think will never really come into play stuff like that and plus she wants more warm words on how close and how wonderful and how absolutely frictionless this future economic relationship will be now if if for a bit the europeans can sort of give her some of that but on the other hand we always have to keep in mind this declaration is not binding it is just a piece of paper and it's just a show of goodwill on the side from the european from the side of the europeans so whether that will be enough to keep her her attackers in london happy i have my doubts all right barbara faisal for us in london and care of matus in brussels thank you both french president emmanuel mccall called for unity as he addressed german lawmakers here in berlin his speech on sunday was part of germany's annual remembrance day which honors victims of war and oppression for michael it was a chance to rally germans to his vision of
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a new era in europe. on a day of remembering war and division a strong show of unity. speaking to the german bundestag the french president said france and germany had overcome two hundred years of war was and now is the time to look to the future. to give them. today we must find the courage together to open a new chapter. we all were to europe because we are not yet fully aware of the importance of the times we live in. michael made an impassioned call for france and germany to work together that only that way could europe tackle talent from climate change to migration. that is why europe must be stronger that is why it must be more sovereign because
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it will not be able to play its role if it becomes the placing of the world's top powers if it doesn't take more responsibility for its defense and security and its content to play a secondary role on the world stage. as was met with applause also from the german chancellor with whom i call has been holding talks on e.u. reforms this last week. it's wonderful that you are our guests here today. and such an impressive speech that made it clear once again just how important german french cooperation and friendship is and just how important it is in a peon context earlier on sunday america than my car laid wreaths at germany's central memorial for those killed in war their countries through time opposite sides in both world wars making the two leaders remembering together
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a strong symbol of re conciliation and peace. now to some other stories making news around the world yemen's who the rebels have said they will hold to drone and missile attacks on the saudi led military coalition if the saudis and their allies also agree to a cease fire tens of thousands of the many said died from violence disease and starvation since fighting broke out in two thousand and sixteen. protesters have rallied in the mexican border city of tijuana against the arrival of thousands of migrants from central america the demonstrators call the migrants caravan an invasion of their country they also voiced concerns that mexico will have to support the new arrivals for months as they were to apply for asylum in the united states. and unmanned russian cargo vessel has successfully docked with the international space station carrying fuel water and oxygen it is the first delivery to the i assess since the aborted launch of a manned flight last month another mission carrying a crew of three is planned for early december. in hong kong three
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leading pro-democracy campaigners have pleaded not guilty to public nuisance charges after sparking some of the biggest demonstrations in the city's recent history more than one hundred demonstrators rallied outside court in support of the leaders of the two thousand and fourteen occupy movement that called for political reform in the face of increasingly assertive chinese rule it was dubbed the umbrella of movement because protesters used umbrellas to shield themselves from tear gas that the trial which also includes six activists charged with public nuisance offenses could see some of the semi-autonomous city's best known campaigners jailed for up to seven years spoke to one of the activists ahead of the trial. john king mon keeps running while he still has the chance he took up the sport when it became clear that he was due to stand trial the social all due professor and activist faces three counts of what authorities call inciting public
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nuisance opinion as my priority is to do on their part then it is important to cheer myself. fellow support the up. why i guess this is the important thing a good spirits. facing the trial. he expects to be sentenced to seven years in jail john is considered one of the masterminds of the umbrella protests of twenty fourteen. the umbrellas are a symbol for passive resistance to the hong kong police during a seventy nine day sit in demanding freer elections. however the protests failed since then the political sands have shifted in the city. the government is now taking more action against unwelcome views. human rights groups call it a campaign of intimidation by the chinese authorities. and they're sending a clear signal that the. that the space for civil society
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to raise sensitive questions about hong kong's future in hong kong is is. shrinking the public prosecutor's office refused to speak to doit chevelle about chance upcoming trial. china himself is pessimistic more protest events have been canceled and a foreign journalist has also been expelled i don't see any of this in the near future that we could get democracy this is the time to be fair and i'll sell to defend our existing freedom and our rights and we need to strengthen our civil society. john kinman next specs to be convicted but for now he runs while he's still free. there's been a big upset in the world of tennis an ad mccambridge from sports is here to tell us
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all about it hi ed thanks for joining us in our studio the world number one suffered a rare defeat to germany's great new hope tell us about that's what it looks on as there is just twenty one years old defeated know that joke which to clinch victory in the a.t.p. finals straight sets victory now it is worth mentioning that the a.t.p. finals on a grand slam but they are held in a very similar regard as a lot of great players very competitive atmosphere so let's take a look now how he cheated. alexander serve was high on confidence and it showed in the opening stages. after breaking novak djokovic just served three of silda six full victory in the all important first set. her third. he turned on the stall in the second set with a delightful ray of shots. saving his best for last.
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number leaving evidence obviously because the lovable one first of all want to come to work great really good not only this week but you know how you played the second hour of this year we maybe never seen it before when you barely lost a match i'm actually very thankful you last one to me to. the delta that highlights of sarah's fledgling career but one he may eclipse in twenty nineteen. and that's pretty impressive right what can we expect in the future from alexander said of well i think we're all expecting very big things he's the first german spec at twenty three years ago when the a.t.p. final so huge achievement and it's actually telling that djokovic said in the aftermath of that defeat as vera that despite his tender age he thinks that spirit is not only going to be competing at pictures grand slams but will be one of the favorites but it's also probably worth preaching a little bit of caution because like i say it's not
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a grand slam and grim grigor dimitrov was the surprise winner of last year's event and he had an awful twenty eight team so let's hope is there of can kick on and win a grand slam next year where her center touch on this but novak djokovic he lost but he's had a pretty amazing year as any he has and even more remarkable given the situation start the he was ranked twenty second is it he won the u.s. open and wimbledon this year so really back to top form so it's all the more remarkable and fantastic that is there of could pull this out of the bag and win this huge tournament are exciting news for german tennis as mccambridge from did have use for thank you very much to football now and germany have been relegated from the top division of the nation's league but there are still a lot at stake in their upcoming match against the netherlands coach actually nerve needs a strong performance from his team as he aims to show the world a revival is on the horizon. temperatures have plummeted in germany but live is hoping to reignite the fire in his team after a disastrous year
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a convincing win over the netherlands would help germany get back on track. on sheer it was a difficult year there were a lot of disappointments torsional and after the year got off to a poor start with defeats to brazil and then austria team management were also criticised for the way they dealt with measure a controversial meeting with turkish president paddle on and then came the embarrassing first round exit at the world cup the germany coach also faced criticism for being too slow to implement change. it's important to learn lessons from years like this and then take action what can be done better and what are the solutions to. this is what the future could look like leroy's any union brand and says. players born in one thousand nine hundred five or ninety six you're sure a commission is the same age and has already played for germany thirty seven times
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. mine and. it's my goal to improve and take responsibility for. the courage doesn't come to me and ask for advice. he has a lot more experience than i do this man lived in magazine and thomas miller also has more experience he's one of only half a dozen world cup winners left in the squad he's on the verge of his hundredth appearance for germany well under a flight of more. players said they were taught and needed to breda thomas miller is always here and gives everything for the team he's almost played one hundred games in a row you. he deserves a lot of respect and if he plays against the netherlands they'll get a beer from a after the game and sort of invites appeal. it's not exactly champagne but nobody expects that after the year that germany have had.
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and of course you can find more data for stories on our web site d w dot com forwards slash sports or follow us on twitter at under school sports. now it's world toilet day and the u.n. says more than half the world's population don't have access to a safe toilet the situation is especially bad in nigeria where the president has declared a state of emergency over the situation some people are cashing in on the crisis and state after increased reports you can see them everywhere in lagos people relieving themselves outdoors in the open one of every four nigerians has no access to a proper toilet. it's been sued by the courts farce what you do is you go to the reason i had to extricate ourselves. by the way they released themselves is disturbing to those of us living here because out in the open everyone can see them but the government should at least build a cover so we can see them. fight. it's
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very difficult for us we have to go to the river to pull some woman who inside the back and then poured into the river it's not good. twenty million people live in this overcrowded mega city bad hygiene and the lack of sufficient toilets and danger in people's health in the poorer districts ironically more people have access to mobile phones than toilets these kind of warnings can be found all over lagos yet many people ignoring it because there's no alternatives but the lack of toilets is also an opportunity for some businesspeople near a bus station jeremiah jerry installed some porta potties now he makes about thirty euros a day number one costs ten cents number two will cost you twenty five cents is a good business because. you where you came here you want easier say if you want to
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be a new team you to receive you from a. disagrees will you really need to see my j.c. something to most of the time you see them are sad really see these you're just you're killing me just like to ease myself you know and they say for a magister more if you begin to feel it gradually gradually you reach your kid who displays this is where jarius toilets are produced learn reckon while this company is the only one in nigeria that will smoke by the toilets it employs thirty one people and business is booming with a population of almost two hundred. million nigeria provides a huge market for its productive still troubled by the current situation and says the government alone is not to blame we need to begin to change the mentality of people because even. people know that if even. if it's
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going to do that it. doesn't sound to. us to us and says don't just. strict measures to stop. dedication and sanitation the governments did screen eight an emergency plan but up until now almost nothing has changed the toilet crisis in lagos obviously remains a problem that needs an audience solution he very monica is here now with an historic fail on the trade front monica and that's because of the only going to trade spat between the united states and china a sunni a war of words between u.s. vice president mike pence and china's paying threatens now to offset any chance of resolving the trade route between the u.s. and china any time soon at the asian economic summit in papua new guinea penn's was
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mocking beijing's regional ambitions while she hit out at strom's america first protectionist agenda as a result the apec gathering ended without a final communique for the first time in its history. the seed apec stands for cooperation but in papua new guinea it appears to stand instead for confrontation it may be smiles all around but accusations have been flying between china and the us regarding their ongoing trade dispute on full display here at apec the host remained diplomatic so livid very fruitful discussions. exchanged very frank views about important issues about the that it's a fiction and the challenges the region continues to face for the first time since a pic was established no final statements were made the us want to the text to condemn unfair trade practices china rejected this the u.s.
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is also unhappy about china's plans for its own trade route dubbed the new silk road u.s. vice president mike pence laid out what he sees as the two nations key differences they begin with trade practices with tariffs and quotas and. force technology transfers the theft of intellectual property but it goes beyond that to freedom of navigation in the scenes and concerns about about human rights chinese president xi jinping says his country is not pursuing a hidden political agenda he warned the u.s. not to close off its trade borders and reiterated that in a trade war there were no winners the chinese american dispute will once again be on display when president xi and u.s. president trump meet at the g. twenty summit in argentina later this month. now meanwhile forty four percent of companies in germany expect traits tensions between europe and the united states to escalate that is likely to continue to dampen new investments and
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that is according to a seve by the i.w. german economic institute it's a forty one percent of surveyed considered it unlikely that the u.s. and the. you would reach a trade agreement that in turn would depress german firms export prospects in the united states and elsewhere the study also says that the downturn of the german economy is expected to continue. while germany's audi discount supermarket chain has grown swiftly in recent years to become one of the largest food retailers in all of europe group's global sales are in the region of sixty billion euros money it makes by buying a limited number of products cheaply and in huge quantities low cost food isn't attraction for everyone of course but it does come at
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a price for someone and in this case in the case of bananas its farmers in ecuador . for the past twenty years. has been farming bananas on ecuador's coast now he feels his livelihood is threatened discount supermarket l.d. wants to reduce the pay to just seven dollars a crate to make matters worse production costs are on the rise. we have to keep producing to make sure the owner makes money so that he can continue to pay us. and i would never do that. the ecuadorian authorities are also worried the announcement from algae will have repercussions for the banana farmers which can affect the entire country but man it's one of the country's biggest exports they've sold more than two hundred sixty million crates this year mostly to the european union and russia. it will have major consequences not just for the workers and their families but for all the
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rural region and poverty is growing in latin america. particularly effective. when asked to comment the said their pricing falls in line with the current market but they say they're taking the concerns of the ecuadorian farmers association seriously. it is extremely important to us that our products are made in humane conditions and that along global supply chains that issues such as the statutory minimum wage are not only promoted but also actively supported. but such statements are of little use to the know his family has been living from banana farming for two decades it used to be banana manufacturers who set the price now the industry is at the mercy of supermarkets aggressive pricing. and here's a reminder now of the top stories we're following for you. british prime minister to resign they says the next seven days will be critical in talks with the e.u.
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after last week's withdrawal agreement of the two sides are now working to finalize a declaration on their future relationship. and leaders of hong kong's pro-democracy movement have gone on trial for their roles in the twenty fourteen i'm grella protests the nine defendants pleaded not guilty to charges including incitement and conspiracy to commit a public nuisance. they're watching w. news tonight from berlin wall coming up on the top of the hour if you can see that . move.
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on. to. equality and better opportunities. more and more croatians on leaving their homeland because they can't find book. many areas are now before we go families for children more and more schools are closing. especially the quantify the education on these things because they see no future in college. next. to a you can tell a lot about a society by its garbage. gets worse. for the rich but for many poor people it offers their only chance of surviving. the reporters travel to nairobi.
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and meet people of the true value of garbage. the rich the poor and the trash. in sixty minutes long d.w. . a continent is reinventing itself. as africa's tech scene discovers it's true potential. inventors entrepreneurs and high tech professionals talk about their vision successes and day to day business the difference. it's. history in everyone's two schools. is the mathematician.
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i'm trying to. digital africa starts december twelfth w. . this is focus on europe i'm brian thomas welcome to the show we begin this program here in germany where for many the feeling that nationalism can quickly give way to racism has been validated by the ongoing tensions in the eastern city of come just hours after word spread that a thirty five year old local man had been stabbed to death allegedly by a syrian and iraqi a sad.


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