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this is d. w. news live from berlin and a u.s. court deals a blow to president trump's asylum bag as thousands of central american migrants head toward california a federal judge says that under current law trump cannot deny them the right to seek asylum even if they enter the country illegally also coming up a deadly day in kabul at least fifty are killed and dozens wounded when a suicide bomber strikes the afghan capital the target this time muslim scholars celebrating the birthday of the prophet muhammad plus that she's just
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a small child and has to carry so much weight that it could break the back of that one and it's hard for her. we need eight year old so maya she escapes the threat of islamic state terror and now she is forced to work to feed her family a fate shared by thousands of syrian refugee children in lebanon. i'm sara kelly welcome to the program. a judge in the united states has temporarily barred president trump from denying asylum to migrants who entered the country illegally through mexico trump has issued a proclamation earlier this month that anyone who did not go to official ports of entry would be ineligible for asylum the judge's ruling comes as around three thousand migrants from central america are currently waiting in the mexican city of
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tijuana to apply for asylum in the u.s. thousands more are still making their way through mexico. and in his ruling the judge said that trump's order to block asylum claims represented quote an extreme departure from previous practice he said the following whatever the scope of the president's authority he may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that congress has expressively forbidden. the temporary restraining order will remain in place until there is a permanent legal ruling on are a little earlier we spoke with correspondent. who is entailed wanna on the us mexico border we asked him about the situation on the ground and whether the court order against trump gave any fresh hope to the thousands of migrants there. you see me here standing right in front of the benito juarez sports center this is the new home for about two thousand seven hundred central american migrants or the
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so-called caravan my grants and as you can see the chemical short of this you know walk with you a little bit here you see this line those guys lining up here they're not lining up for any paperwork nope it's about cookies those people are hungry they's not enough food here there's not enough anything here because. as a city absolutely overwhelmed with the two thousand seven hundred refugees already here and they expecting about a thousand more to come tonight or tomorrow morning so this is only getting worse yet now you have mentioned president and the judge's order the injunction on his plans to cancel asylum basically that's kind of good news for those people here a good news because they here now safe they say they come from an unsafe place they all want to go to the united states and probably ask for asylum and that means they can do this legally or even illegally and if you see behind this line yet just two hundred meters away that's that fence there or this this wall that is the border
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this is california so they are close and still very very far from their dream to come to the united states. steffen siemens india want to and we will have more on that story coming up on the day that's coming up in just under half an hour but first the afghan capital kabul has been hit by one of the deadliest attacks in months at least fifty people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a banqueting hall where islamic scholars were gathered more than eighty others will want it president gandhi called the attack on islamic and unforgivable he has declared a day of mourning for wednesday the taliban says that they were behind or rather not behind the attack. the familiar sound of sirens in kabul signaling another suicide bomb attack this one being called the deadliest in months it targeted a glitzy wedding and function venue inside dozens of religious scholars were
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marking the prophet mohammed's birthday what was meant to be a celebration quickly turned to chaos. so. we went out to bring water for the guests and while we were walking down the stairs we heard the sound of an explosion from inside the hall when we went back inside everywhere was covered with smoke and dust there are lots of dead bodies on the chair. those who survived were rushed to hospital with severe burns or thirty's expect the death toll to rise is patients succumb to their injuries the latest reminded that despite efforts to end the country's seventeen year war some would rather pursue a path of conflict. let's get a quick check now of some other stories making news around the world u.s. president donald trump says that america intends to remain a steadfast partner of saudi arabia despite saying that it's a friend prince may have known about the plan to kill journalist jamal khashoggi in
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a statement trump said that canceling military contracts with riyadh would be foolish and only benefit russia and china. chinese president xi jinping is in the philippines on his first state visit to the country protesters rallied outside of the chinese embassy in manila to protest against beijing's claims over most of the south china sea they say the president. is turning a blind eye to the issue because he wants china to invest in the philippines. german prosecutors have begun an investigation into donations received by alice vital the parliamentary leader of the far right alternative for germany party it concerns the alleged use of foreign donations to pay for internet campaigning the party reportedly received a large sums from donors and switzerland and in belgium which would breach germany's strict party spending laws. and yemen fighting has again flared
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between who the rebels and the saudi led coalition despite calls for a truce earlier the two sides had signaled a willingness to halt military operations after more than four years of conflict members of the un security council have been presented with a draft resolution aimed at bringing about an immediate ceasefire if adopted it would set a two week deadline for both sides to remove all barriers to humanitarian aid more than half of yemen's population is on the brink of starvation. and joining us now is liza grande a she is the u.n. humanitarian coordinator in yemen and is talking to us from the jordanian capital amman welcome to the program and i'd like to begin by asking you because saudi arabia and the united arab emirates now say that they will jointly contribute five hundred million dollars to a new aid program for yemen can the u.n. ensure that this money will actually reach the people in need. we're very grateful
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that became a search and united arab emirates announced that they will be contributing an additional five hundred million dollars to help secure food for millions of gauging it's this contribution that exactly the right spot every single day the united nations is feeding more than eight million units we estimate because the country is on the stand that we need to reach an additional formula that's twelve million people that will be this contribution that possible. on the ground we've heard reports that there just aren't enough facilities though to cope with malnourished children what is the a un able to do there at the moment as seven million in these right now are malnourished and that nearly two million children who are moderately acutely non-inertial are severely acutely malnourished who are providing support to all
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these children through whole foods and specialist subjects were reaching hundreds of thousands of children the contributions that were receiving from don't feel hopeless to reach more we're very worried that the list we're able to collect that we will that the famine that we could see hundreds of thousands more change in the exactly the same situation it's heartbreaking to see these children and we want to point is that all of us i'd like to talk a little bit more about that warning about a looming famine that you mentioned there if there is no break in the fighting is this inevitable what does this picture look like. i think that's right i think if we don't see an end to this tragic war that this fact will be that this will be the part which will be on the starvation is a completely unacceptable situation and this is why humanitarians every person enough is enough this war has to stop we have to help people here that we are the
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we have to. leave the ground a un humanitarian coordinator in yemen thank you so much for joining us to share your insight. the home rental company air b.n. b. has decided to remove its listings for israeli settlements in the west bank the u.s. platform says that it made the decision because the settlements are at the core of the israeli palestinian dispute the move is due to come into effect in the coming days palestinian authorities and some human rights groups have welcome to the move but israel has called it quote shameful and is threatening legal action. b. and b. had long been under pressure from various groups to stop offering homes in the israeli occupied west bank. after announcing they would do so the response from israel came thick and fast the country's tourism minister slammed the move as discriminatory. this. decision is something completely
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unacceptable. this is a beauty discrimination something like this they can all move against the jews that they're living in judea and samaria this is actually a racist decision. but air b.n. b. says the decision wasn't taken lightly in a statement on its website the company said its team wrestled with the decision but it concluded that it would remove listings and israeli settlements in the occupied west bank that are at the core of the dispute between israelis and palestinians israel captured the west bank in a nine hundred sixty seven war. most world powers say the settlements there are illegal and. palestinian authorities are behind the move. i think this is a pretty important decision because certain moments are considered international laws. the israeli government believes the move may violate u.s.
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legislation and says it will be contacting washington. you're watching news still to come on the program she has escaped the terror of the so-called islamic state and now eight year old son lie is forced to work to feed her family a fate shared by thousands of syrian refugee children in lebanon. but first we're heading over to have your i gave us some were talking about were no and calls to replace that c.e.o. after a massive scandal i think exactly sara we're seeing the reactions coming from different stakeholders in this case it's the french government french is urging renault to let carlos go on go there are fears his arrest could damage the carmaker and derail its alliance with nissan gone is accused of financial misconduct and of underreporting more than four hundred four sorry forty four million dollars of his income over several years. at first glance it's just a normal day as the employees from nissan head into work but in reality it's the
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day after their boss carlos ghosn was arrested. put in we're pretty tough to know stick with the rest is regrettable as he's the one who helped nissan turn around its business. i hope management can work hard to regain the public's trust most of it on what i take the place of. trust that carlos ghosn is accused of abusing the superstar auto manager is said to have under reported his income for several years and to have misused company money from asia to europe the news has had a ripple effect groans alliance is a major force on the global automotive market. i understand that the sun's chairman carlos ghosn was arrested it is extremely regrettable that we are seeing a development like this. i declined to comment on details of his case as prosecutors investigations are underway regarding its impact on the economy the japanese government will closely watch this development. beyond any potential
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economic consequences many japanese say they've experienced a sense of betrayal after the revelations. we do get if they are actually we also have a nissan car so i do feel deceived because essentially he was being dishonest. and when i hear nissan i think of a company that your hand is proud of my family drives a nissan but as the head of a company you shouldn't do something so irresponsible and as a japanese person i thought it was embarrassing. now a decision needs to be made about cohen's future on thursday nissan's board will determine its course of action. tech stocks are heavily losing market value on the trading floor some compare it to a bubble others say it's nothing to worry about the developments originated of course in the u.s. where the big names are under pressure but repercussions are global. a stock market slide driven by some of the biggest names in tech take apple at the beginning of
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this month it was worth over a trillion dollars now it's dropped to eight hundred eighty billion one reason for the decline weaker than expected to demand for the latest i phone models. not just for apple but for the entire benchmark s. and p. index here's why. well when a company represents close to five percent of the s. and p. five hundred itself then you do have companies that are behemoths that can move the market much more so than any company that's running to fifty or below but shares in other tech titans like facebook amazon netflix and alphabets are also down suggesting there may be more to the slump than simple i phone fatigue top of the list of concerns among global investors the unpredictable consequences of the ongoing trade battle between the united states and china. staying in the tech
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sector internet giant google is reportedly working on a submarine cable to improve internet access in cuba allowed connectivity remains an issue on the caribbean island mobile three g. service for example which is already a dated in many industrialized nations hasn't even been launched on cuba yet as the country is allowing for more private enterprise under connectivity has become a headache for entrepreneurs and a topic even in the fashion world. welcome to the prehistoric era this is the u.s. take on the unreliable internet service in cuba when she's not making posters the artist designs shirts and accessories for her fashion line klunder stina latest show was a success thanks to the internet blandest teamed up with google to lifestream the event the online giant was happy to be part of the action plan to see that represents what's always been possible there at the forefront of what's possible in
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cuba they're icons they're pioneers of moving forward they're the front of a social movement and for us there was a natural involvement they have these themes of connectivity which brings us back to the internet service in cuba leaves much to be decided although the government has opened hotspots what cubans can surf the web for two dollars an hour for fashion design that you don't get in a deal lifestream was about more than advertising her brand we want this internet and. big force to bring that to cuba i think internet is really important for every he went into. this to us first steps in online marketing has been a success with more on the horizon. and alas corporate notes german industrial giant siemens has been awarded a one point five billion euro contract to build trains for london's underground
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rail network the company will produce a total of ninety four trains for the piccadilly line which carries some seven hundred thousand passengers a day besides offering more comfort the new carriages will also feature a larger capacity to cater for london's rising population the city is expected to have ten million residents buy twenty thirty that's one of a half million more than today. it's all for business it's back to sarah now because it's a very special day yeah and a very important topic now have arabic. today is universal children's day a day to stablish by the united nations aimed at highlighting the needs of children around the globe refugee children are among the worst off in the world in lebanon some one hundred eighty thousand refugee children are forced to work long hours for little pay just to put food on the table for their families no place has a higher concentration of syrian refugees than lebanon's bekaa valley didn't use i.e. abraham travelled to a camp there and has been looking at the family's plight one family's plight that
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a similar to many others in the morning in lebanon's bekaa valley year old some i just woke up a splash of cold water in the face and she is ready for work. her family fled syria to escape i asked her now they're in lebanon where they can't always afford breakfast so my issue is this tiny makeshift bed with three of her six siblings. she doesn't go to school there are no schools in the camp where would she go to school so my is mother is sick and cannot go to work her older siblings also work but so my is still needs to pitch in to help the family make ends meet so instead of getting on a school bus so my aunt gets on the strike every morning where she is the only child among many adults.
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for two dollars a day so maya collects whatever crop is ready for harvest in the bekaa valley. today it is onions and her hands are too little for the gloves the adults around her where. when i came here from home to dig and collect the onions but i would rather have toys to play with. three quarters of syrian refugees in lebanon live under the poverty line according to unicef an estimated one hundred eighty thousand syrian refugee children. have been forced into child labor in the country through a lot more through i don't know when she goes to work and i stay at home of course i'm not happy with that she's just a small child and has to carry so much weight it could break her back it's hard for her that she should be at least thirteen or fourteen to do work like that.
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so many refugee families in lebanon rely on their children to pay the bills and the resources of aid agencies are overstretched it's unlikely that so many will be able to start working anytime soon. and so my is case is sadly not unique around half of refugees worldwide are children and many have little or no access to education that's according to unesco global education monitoring report it says that around four million refugees between the ages of five and seventeen did not attend school at all last year in some countries like lebanon or ghana only around half of refugees of school age attended primary school the figure is much worse for secondary education with only eleven percent in that age group enrolled in classes this is significantly less than the worldwide average the report also revealing that the higher someone's level of education the later the desire to flee their homeland people with
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a primary education are twice as likely to leave then those without those with an intermediate level of education are three times more likely while university graduates are four times more likely to try and leave. a new color spoke with a man also an internist the director of that unesco education report she asked him about the main findings. mr anthony as refugees stand have the same educational chances as other children and one of the main barrier is refugee children come from some of the poorest countries in the world they have had to survive conflict sometimes not to have disasters and when they come from a war zone and they seek refuge in another country and they have left their home behind it means they also cover a car with them the traumas and the difficulties of transition and it is very important for the education system that receives them to provide them with the kind of support that they need to really be able to start feeling that they belong in
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the new society has the situation in germany germany is one of the leading countries in the world that have included refugees in national education systems and not only in terms of their basic education but also by giving them opportunities to recognise the skills and prior learning they have with them in order to integrate into the labor market in find employment opportunities because that is really key to their long term integration what is the special situation face in refugee camps concerning their education refugee camps are of course by themselves a form of exclusion in fact we see increasingly that there is a tendency for refugee populations to be moved out of comes because that will precisely be the one of the key factors to facilitate their inclusion and the international community has been particularly strongly supporting this tendency to move from humanitarian responses to long term development inclusion of refugees in societies thank you very much. a volcano and guatemala has begun erupting violently
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sending out dangerous flows of lava and ash and putting thousands of lives at risk the volcano of fire as it's called killed some two hundred people and destroyed several villages wanted to rock to didn't share thousands of people have been evacuated vulnerable areas. pillars of lava a thousand meters high lit the night above mahler's volcano of fire a towering display that made the danger from the volcano plain for all to see. the mountain has been sending bursts of lava hot rock and ash rushing down its slopes areas to the west have been bombarded with ash and flaming rocks thousands of people have heeded the call to evacuate. like it that the one that i saw you have to find a way out as soon as you can and that's it but in the uphill. because when
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the lava arrives you barely have time to leave. even if you run because it comes down really fast. many people in this area are still traumatized by an eruption earlier this year in june some two hundred people were killed when the mountain exploded sending out flows of ash mud and debris that buried entire villages back then authorities were harshly criticized for not ordering evacuations this time they're taking no chances. it's likely this won't be the last time people in the area will need to seek safety the wake of all can know is the most active in central america and will remain a hulking danger for the people who live here. sports news now in the final match of a frustrating twenty eighteen a youthful germany side blew a two goal lead to draw with the netherlands in the nation's league the point news
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that the dutch qualify for june's final four team over an hour opened the scoring just after nine minutes before fellow forwards sunday double the lead inside of the first half germany looked on course for a positive result to end a dreadful year but quincey promise struck back late in the second half netherlands captain virgil van dyke equalized in injury time sunday's said that he is pleased with the his side his side's progress since their world cup débâcle despite monday's results have a listen. sure it's a bit annoying that we gave away the lead at the end but i think we played well and just like in the three no friendly win over russia last week i think everyone can see that as a primer and that we have set up well in the field in training role highly motivated to come back strong. and at the european curling championships in a stony undefeated switzerland beat denmark in session twelve of the women's round
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robin on tuesday the swiss started strong in their first and years when their fourth player alina paez. played a delicate act back to open the scoring with three points to put out switzerland and went on to win ten six and remain the clear leaders at the top of the table you're watching news from berlin i'm sara kelly thank you so much for joining us have a great day with. you
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a mystery discussion. they are women the more changing the world i'm reading. digital. starts november twenty fifth on the c.w. . it's growing on the us mexico border as thousands from the so-called migrant caravan wait to apply for asylum in the u.s. and now a judge says the president can't deny the right to claim asylum for those who cross the border illegally i'm sorry kelly in berlin this is the day.


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