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greetings from berlin and a warm welcome to our arts and culture news and before we get dazzled by some cutting edge of light art here's what else is coming up. in our continuing series 100 german must reads a personal account of the wrong realities of trench warfare in world war one. our new series underground europe explores what's going on below the surface of the continents many must see locations this time in poland. and some exciting news in film as the latest from marvel studios and ventures and skate has become the highest grossing film of all time. oh yes sociate light with bright ideas and at the world's 1st museum dedicated entirely to light art there are certainly plenty of those housed deep in the belly
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of a former brewery in western germany the center for international light art opened in 2001 when addition to its permanent collection it's currently showing the finalists for the 3rd international light art award with some brilliant explorations of a material that of course isn't quite tangible a museum in the german provinces. talks on display this work japanese artist yes your hero is one of 3 nominees for the international award 2090. a white surface in the middle a kind of visual interference. quote and yes sure nick explore physical phenomena with night. with light water and mirrors. aims to create an infinite space in installation. 3
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examples of lights aren't in an exhibition this year's award finalists at the center for international light art a jewel hidden away in the small town of. since 2015 join us from the netherlands has been in charge. director of a museum dedicated solely to lights and are endless fascination with it. if i were to say that lights are can quickly have a wow effect from people who have never been to a museum before when they see lights they find it attractive i always say light attracts more and people. in switzerland carry hofstetter is pushing the boundaries of the form here so limited so you can throw your. industrial buildings. pyramids. and even
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icebergs are not safe from him but is this still arts. yours have to because you would like art is it light heart or is it kitsch it just has to cross a few boundaries and it becomes kids should pitch in the focus is on the renowned artists in the permanent exhibition towton turns dance of death by christian boltanski refers to a cemetery behind this wall. space beach speed is a common by michigan. on communications in. insanity. songs are reflective corrido is reminiscent of water for. the works of the danish icelandic star artists often have a social component here as exemplified by his charity project my little son and communities biasness same with example it. was project my little son
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droste tension to a limited access to light in poor regions where people have no access to light after dusk and can't therefore continue with normal daily activities. to goof off. palace hinrichs curates lights art she's also a member of the international light or toward jury why does she think people find so attractive man can and you can survive without light light art is often participator e that you can somehow participate that you become part of the art of the work of art and this makes it even more exciting for visitors. but it isn't like simply a waste of energy in times of climate change. that's is hard to do this is of course the topic today with writers for future and other movements around not too late and often light can also draw on these themes and highlight the
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global problems. so what we're like to look like in the future this is a big part of what the international like knowledge award is about 1st prize goes to jacques. she's almost 30 and studied interior design we have like time she aims to put the viewer in a state of between space and dream which is the plan i deserved trying is for one of the new generation of female i talked to breaking into what has traditionally been. of a boys' club. well next up we concentrate solely on those boys because it was they who went off to war in 1914 amazingly jubilant on both sides and certain to make quick work of the enemy about the harsh reality that followed in the trenches of belgium and france cost millions
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their lives dispelling all or most notions of heroics on the german side and you're not stuck it out in the trenches and lived to tell a compelling and brutal tale when world war one broke out people here in germany cheering in the streets today we'd say what are you stupid but back then that was completely normal. storm of steel as strong as autobiographical novel about the front lines of world war one you're not wasn't just an author he was a german officer who survived bullets including one to bitch and you thought writing books was just a job for wimps. you guys descriptions of killing and almost getting killed are so realistic you won't be able to stand it but you won't be able to put it down either one second his comrade's guts are spilling out but then another officer gets the
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back of his skull boy. you know this generation went to war for a vent to serve the father lands and his thirst for battle is by today's standards disturbing but even he recognizes injustice when he sees it especially when it affects civilians the villages we passed through on our way had to look a vast lunatic asylums whole companies were set to knocking or pulling down walls or sitting on rooftops uprooting the tiles every village was reduced to rubble every tree chopped down every road undermined every well poisoned every basement blown up or booby traps every rail and screwed every telephone wire rolled up everything burnable burned in a word we were turning the country that are advancing opponents would occupy into a wasteland. some see the storm of steel as an anti war novel but the nazis worshiped as a hero as an invincible fighter for the fatherland who kept getting shot and
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wouldn't die. hitler himself tried to be buddies with you but wasn't having it today we wouldn't call you're not a hero but he was a keen observer who describes landscapes with the same person as he does guts and gore if you want to understand what it was like to be a soldier in a world war one this book is required reading. another one for your summer reading list if you have the stomach for it well we all know that europe is chock full of interesting sites to visit and that's just what's on the surface so this week we'll take a look at all the great stuff that's looking the no in our series and titled underground europe and who knew that something like table salt could have such a fascinating spinoff effect we looked into its legacy in neighboring poland. we've come to the former of a leech because salt mine for 7 centuries table salt was mined here today it's
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a unesco world heritage site with around $1000000.00 tourists every year there are 2 ways to descend into this underworld you can take the stairs. or if you're in a hurry there's the elevator. the mines 9 levels live between 64 meters and 135 meters below the surface more than 2000 chambers were created by the mining process now you'll find fascinating items such as sculptures made of rock salt carved by the miners. and. after walking around for an hour through the tunnels and chambers visitors will come upon the mines greatest attraction the chapel of st. built around 1905110 meters below the surface usually 3 full mine is the idea
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every year because of different knocks. so mine is wanted to have places to pray that's why they cough chocolates and that's why in chapel they call for religious figures. during their tour this choir was inspired to say. the chapel has become famous for its acoustics and for its many details such as chandelier made of rock salt. visitors can also experience how it might have felt to work in a salt mine by taking a different tour. going on the authentic miner's route requires professional equipment and some physical strength is needed to extract the rock salt. but it's not just tourists who come to the village to solve a below ground health resort promises relief for people who suffer from chronic respiratory illnesses such as asthma or certain allergies the clinic 135 meters
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underground is a unique location offering an especially beneficial microclimate. it is the high relative humidity stable temperature and high concentration of nuts and grow right into. the air is free for any pull up inside. a bomb on the surface and from all over just like colon and other parts mold party. and anyone who hasn't had enough after a 3 hour tour can even sleep here overnight stays are the latest attraction and belichick. well that's all for today but before we go fans of marvel cinematic universe did a double pump after the news that adventures and kate had finally surpassed james
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cameron's avatar highest grossing film off all time for the fore. adventures hit which came out back in april completes a 22 movie arc that marvel started way back in 2008 and so will leave you with some scenes of its all star cast ready to do whatever it takes to try and sell until next time to open the trust fund up because it. became a certain. player oldest slavering is not a strong. player to explain. whatever takes.
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this is did abuse live from berlin britain awaits another political shake up in just over an hour the country will find out who will be the new leader of the conservative party force johnson this tip to win and become the new prime minister also coming up. the united states and pakistan discuss working together to end the war in afghanistan that after years of strained relations. i brought in thomas thanks so much for joining us we begin this program in britain where in just about an hour from now they'll be a new conservative party leader boris johnson is expected to win the contest against foreign minister jeremy hunt to become the next british prime minister
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whoever takes over will have to solve the political mess of bricks and united divided party to take britain out of the european union. that's nothing this man wants more than the keys to number 10 downing street where they take the keys out there that. they would do fortunately for boris johnson the keys to this forklift truck off found although he's on course to be britain's next prime minister his drive towards the top job has been a little bumpy. around with his girlfriend that went public threaten to derail his leadership bid. when britain's ambassador to the u.s. became embroiled in a diplomatic spat with president donald trump johnson was criticized for failing to give him his full support to be better he was even heckled about it in a recent tory leadership hoskins. the.
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thank you mr johnson has though been very clear about one thing that the u.k. must leave the european union by halloween with or without a deal of the 3 years to listed lines we must leave the e.u. on october 30. 6th he's been criticized for his lack of detail how would you handle paragraph 5 c. i would resign i would confide entirely in paragraph 5 b. because that is the how would you get round watson 5 c. i would confide entirely in paragraph 5 b. which is. up says. so you are a man of. the former foreign secretary and london man is still the conservatives favorite candidate and it's the 160000 party members who decide who wins
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we're going to get young people voting conservative again all. jeremy hunt knows he's trailing mr johnson in the party polls but the current foreign secretary has done what he can to stay in the race he's even promised to embrace a no deal bricks it. if my judgment is that there is no deal to be done i will immediately cease all discussions with the european union and focus the whole country's mission or no deal preparations he might be presenting himself as the serious candidates but throughout this contest mr johnson has looked like the man who would be given the keys to number 10. let's get more on this now from london with a lot of parts and from brussels with our correspondent max sander good day to both
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of you charlotte if we could start with you boris johnson is of course the overwhelming favorite to win the tory leadership and succeed theresa may what's the timeline when are we going to know. well the votes have been counted overnight voting closed yesterday and we are expecting the announcement of the results around 11 shortly after 11 london time so in just a couple of hours then we will know who is going to take over the conservative party and they have become the new prime minister tomorrow and the time i'm there is pretty tight they will have a very quick turn over tomorrow in front of number 10 downing street she recently a will hold her resignation speech will then go to the queen say her goodbye and recommend the next prime minister most likely boris johnson as we've been saying to the queen boris johnson will then you're welcomed by the queen and then quickly afterwards move into number 10 downing street we're also expecting major cabinet
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announcements from mr johnson in the course of today and tomorrow the question there of course how many pro city is will he be having on his cabinet and we are expecting to see more resignations already a number of ministers have resigned because they don't want to work with boris johnson ok a lot happening there in. the view from brussels about the potential prime ministership. well brian you have to say boris johnson knows brussels and brussels knows boris johnson quite well also well many people don't know he's a native he was he was raised through spent a good deal of his time growing up since his father was working in the european institutions here and then later before he entered politics he was a journalist i'm he worked as a correspondent in here in brussels and some say that during this time he formed the tradition of british skeptical e.u.
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journalism with you know colorful exaggerated stories and just another thing that you just got banned for british citizens stories like that and this story telling he even continued during his time as a as a foreign minister when he would come on a regular basis to brussels. to the european council so there he got the reputation that he was ill informed and also quite under platic so with this track record there is not much trust among e.u. leaders and boris johnson. a lot that was that track record and his promise to get britain out of the e.u. with or without a deal that got him where to where he is today is a no deal brax at the most likely scenario right now. well and no deal breaker that is becoming more and more likely of course if boris johnson number 10 downing street tomorrow he has sworn to that he is planning on going back to brussels renegotiating that withdrawal agreement that controversial withdrawal
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agreement and if that doesn't work he's prepared to leave the e.u. without a deal on october 31st and we have to remind our viewers that economists are saying that that could have catastrophic consequences for the european union but especially of course for the united kingdom so facing criticism here from also from members within his own from conservative m.p.'s for example and he really has to present a plan there on how he's going to convince the european union that he has a plan and not just wants to crush. and breaks it over with on october 31st. johnson has said that he's using the threat of a no deal to force the e.u. to reopen negotiations to restart talks about the withdrawal agreement is that likely to happen. the withdrawal agreement that we have right now took $28.00
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member states 17 months of haggling and involves $600.00 papers of legal documents so it would be very very difficult to reopen this and restarted over again in the u.k. you made clear time and time again this is the best deal that you're going to get it's not going to get any better so here in brussels or in the european union nobody wants great britain to leave and nobody wants to be in fact responsible to slam the door shut or wants to be the one slammed the door shut on great britain and the commission president elect was a lot on the line last week said she was willing to extend she was showing goodwill willing to extend the brakes a deadline but also make clear that would be no renegotiation so here in brussels nobody wants to. push great britain over the cliff but at the same time nobody wants to get pushed around by somebody like boris johnson and set a dangerous precedent for other euro skeptic leaders came next under bring us up today with a view from brussels and to
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a lot of pots in london while much more throughout the day on this of course thanks to both of you are now let's preview on some of the other stories making the news at this hour right now south korean fighter jets fired hundreds of warning shots after a russian military aircraft violated that nation's airspace seoul says the russian planes flew over the doctorow islands are also claimed by japan which calls them talk she milans russia's defense ministry denies the accusations saying it's bombers carried out drills over international waters. the libel trial of a prominent philippine journalist critical of president rugby go to terror has started maria ressa leads the online news outlet rappler and both have been hit with a string of charges critics say are aimed at silencing them both. rest of faces years in prison if found guilty. police in the u.s. territory of puerto rico fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding the
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resignation of governor ricardo over seo he's been under pressure since the release of obscenity laced chat messages that mocked his constituents protests are continuing despite his announcement that he will not run for reelection. or u.s. president donald trump has struck a positive note in his 1st meeting with the pakistani prime minister imran khan relations between the 2 countries have been strained for many years and the 2 leaders have traded barbs on twitter of the past but the new friendlier tone could hold the key to ending american military involvement in afghanistan. a push to men tends us pakistan relations in person after clashing on twitter pakistani prime minister imran khan has held his 1st one on one talks in washington with his us while online sparring partner u.s. president donald trump the afghan conflict responsible for straining those ties was a key focus of talks trump hopes khan can help broker
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a peace deal between the taliban and the afghan government and pave the way to ending nearly 18 years of u.s. military involvement in afghanistan. i have no plans on afghanistan that if i wanted to win the war afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth it would be god it would be over in literally in 10 days and i don't want to do that i don't want to go that route so we're working with pakistan and others to extricate ourselves nor do we want to be a policeman because basically we're policeman right now and we're not supposed to be policeman we've been there through we've been there for 90 years in afghanistan khan who has called for mutually beneficial ties with the us since he won pakistan's general election last year sounded optimistic. so there is only one solution. i feel that i think it will discuss this is the closest we have been
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to obesity. in the coming days we will be able to. speak to the don't come to a settlement a political solution. this bridge building is a far cry from relations last year when trump attacked pakistan on twitter accusing the country of supporting islamist militants and cutting security aid now trump has held out the carrot of possibly restoring aid if this meeting yields results offering the prospect of better relations between the 2 nations. ok let's talk about this. joining us from our bureau in bonn good morning. are we seeing the beginning of a new era in relations between the u.s. and pakistan. i would say that. is that improving definitely but to say that it is a start of a new year would be i think
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a little premature at this moment much depends on how deals with washington's demands regarding peace and. the issue of it is. not just in afghanistan but also in kashmir. economy is in a mess right now and islamabad needs the financial assistance so it is likely that pakistan. would pay heed to us demands. ok now during that meeting our president trump you some very dramatic rhetoric claiming that the u.s. could wipe afghanistan off the face of the earth in 10 days of the. reaction to those statements. i think it is the drums way of seeing that do you cooperate with does otherwise we have a military option so it was a match as to clone and also to other players in the region he has been using using discounted and stick policy in afghanistan so i don't think of the gun authorities would like this
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a statement it was quite irresponsible to be honest but i think it was a message aimed. to other players in the region and to khan who was sitting next to him. joining me earlier from. a skit you're a minor now of our top story at this hour boris johnson is the favorite to take over as leader of the 1st conservative party and as prime minister. a result of a vote among party members of stephen to be announced shortly in london. this is deja vu news live from berlin up next doc film on how the moon conquered music don't forget you can always get the latest around the clock at our website dot com for now though for me bryan thomas the entire team thanks so much for being .
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with horses. video. any time any. when edwin brown's aldrin became the 2nd person to sent foot on the moon 50 years
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ago he described it as a magnificent desolation. and it must have been magnificent because the moon has fascinated us ever since. every year for 384400 kilometers separating earth from them are. only 12 people have ever walked on the most perhaps that's one reason why our nearest cosmic neighbor has inspired so many poets painters and musicians a distant fantasy can exert over more power on our dreams. this jointly became reality in 1965 a dream come true. as more and more. since the 1969 apollo landings the moon has entered popular consciousness like never before. this mashing pumpkins pay tribute to this dream in tonight tonight.
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the song was inspired by french cinema pioneer george trip to the mood a silent film from 1902.
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thank you. one night i was bored in my apartment and decided to take my telescope out to the sidewalk. the moon was out and i 5 why not. within a few minutes people started walking over and asking what this thing was. was
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a ball telescope too much recommend joint to go at them and. that's where it all started it just sort of went from there. to look at the moon from up it. all might. all mom mom. why did your mommy really low oh my god love my god no way no way no way that's a. good place to get. that is so cool. for neil young the moon is more than just cool it makes an appearance in 28 of his
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songs. early. in. the laundry. room a. c. is. in. the. heard her sons a lovely. home honestly hands. me her son playing along you. mom.
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i followed the moon for as long as i can remember neil young one sad that's just my religion. that explains a long standing room out in the music industry that neil young is more likely to take part in a project if it come in signed with a full moon. fly me to frank sinatra didn't johnston worship the moon he wanted to go to himself moon a symbol of yawning and romance like bob. but come on.
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you know the order. of the word. is me. good credit good song lead me a big bowl of the cold. you are all iowa long cold war instead of a goal. evolution is. a true. man. a radio transmission of the song was played for the astronauts on the apollo 11 mission television broadcast it was hard to cross the one.
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spacecraft equipment now as i. told. astronauts in a satellite so i asked spacecraft flying to them and all of this found its way into complex pop songs during the 1960 s. and seventy's. that i. played. because challenges were willing to accept what.
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cape canaveral they were not going to get one more rocket the night before it's all delta carried telstar the satellite destined to bounce t.v. pictures from america to britain and france. introduced the puzzle of the united states directly to millions of living rooms in 16 nations across the continent banks from space by satellite tell start a program that begins with mr kennedy's. playing golf in conference with the world peace ok. thank you ok you know a place like iowa like telstar
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really also made its way into pop history. 11. electoral votes british band the tornadoes landed a major hit with a song named after the telstar communications satellite. through ok it was the 1st single by a british group to go to the top of the u.s. charts and they remember after 3 weeks thank you. thank you thank. you ok. but the. relay by the hour you know they can carry. a halo telstar went on to become one of the best selling instrumentals of all time
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. was the composer jeremy was sued for plagiarism which sucked his friends and the royalties he asked for years into the lawsuit germy took lines 2 years before milan strong became the 1st president to set foot on the moment. thanks. in the early $960.00 s. the space program and the dream of landing on the moon inspired musicians around the world. in europe composers and singers also set their sights on the skies. every new satellite launch made that imagination so. germany the moon bestowed a number one hit to dance backus an american and former. moon craze had hit the
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german shark in music city. in the texas fold. in the old shack uses lol money and power. that. the police. in the west the early 1960 s. were brimming with confidence but with the assassination of president kennedy and the vietnam war clowns began to ghana the moon had been a symbol of the dreams for a better future now it took his cost of moon as a sinister omen was suddenly everyone.
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i never feel. that is intense right that's what. i look like that's
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right down the street. to get here to get the good right get with street racing so i actually like. brown's been bros i'm a. browns control alos 9 days before the apollo 11 landing david bowie's single space oddity was released in the united kingdom. but. it's an. above sometimes the story of major tom
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a fictional astronaut whose communication with ground control is cut off he continues drifting through outer space alone. the b.b.c. didn't play the song on the radio until after the apollo 11 crew had returned safely back to us. being in a tent. you're
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. gonna cry out. that i can't go out. or.
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before i go. 10 years south to repond no 11 on the moon directly about the lunar landing. in his autobiography sting's sent the song was inspired by kenya and. for the 1st time a feeling of being released from gravity.
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3 years after the 1st lunar landing apollo 17 put the last person on the moon in 1982 the us ended its lunar missions but the fascination with the moon continued unabated it became a staple of advertising and in power it is of the industry. ramstein
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poke fun at the dominance of the u.s. in popular culture around the well. like r.e.m. in their hit man on the moon ramstein also played with the idea put forth by conspiracy theorists that the moon landing was faked. at the end of their video ramstein even delivered a tongue in cheek profound. way
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keep. out. of. this. illegal. to.
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feel. once upon a time there was a tailor who was a true master. at the evening hour the moon appeared in his window and asked the tailor to make. the tailor reached for his cheek to take his client's measure. but he had vanished. no matter the crescent is but a sliver. he set to work quickly in the garment was soon finished. a few days later the moon returned with a question the night his hold dear master ken i try on my jacket. the tailor realised with dismay the moon had put on some weight dear moon he said please come again later and he set about making his adjustments. but by then the moon had
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acquired quite a belly. ready the tailor saw at once the moon is far too common. here moon he said abashed in a week please come back once again he set to work the back collars sleeves and seams hoping against hope it would finally fit but the moon was full far too full for the jacket. come back in 2 days the tailor exclaimed and then in a state he tore the jacket end to end. oh no but wait all is not lost i can start over he thought. the tailor after all was a master. once again he set to work. new cloth new thread a new cut with new scissors and soon enough a new jacket emerged round as a balloon. ready but by then the moon had lost weight the
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jacket is far too large the tailor realized too late. the half moon also wasn't pleased the jacket didn't match his figure. so the too bad their good byes and the moon took cover behind a cloud. but in the end both were happy the moon at least appeared to be one day full the next a half then a crescent wax and wane back and forth a tailored tired took to bed it must have all been a dream he said who is the richest person on earth are the sucker. bill gates not him either jeff bezos probably but according to this whole deal is much much richer isn't an oil time for a crypto currency if. he didn't strike a tech company could cause come from old money he owns to. her 3 being a smart jupiter's moons leo can retire maybe in the 1980 students hope was selling
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cars he was looking for his next career potentially in the state and looking toward the sky one night he remembered that the 1967 united nations space truth said that no country could own the moon or any other on a property it's so he did what any sensible person would do. the un asking any organization to devise a legal research that one individual couldn't claim the moon as a result the un determined it to be a preposterous request or they were simply too busy but either way do this hope for research or spots so it's open season to sell off plots of land possibly well since then he sold a lot of land more than 600000000 and others each baker so as 424-9939 now you know i know after the attacks and shipping and handling of the deep discounts apply to martial arts over 2 makers so who buys land that will
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probably never existed former presidents george h.w. bush jimmy carter. and approximately 675 very well known. to her. but it's mostly people who just want to enjoy the i. can be anywhere on earth. kind of a romantic. back. to the moon has inspired just about everyone and many iconic songs were dedicated to the dream of its conquest like elton john's rocket man. as a. smile
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while. such. an. elton john sang this in 1972 these video was made 45 years later as a result of a competition elton announced one of the competitors knew little about the moon but i'm not about being far from harm. iranian refugee moggi got dean koch directed a video that reinterpreted the astronauts going. heaters parallels to his own journey to europe.
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elton john was moved by this interpretation of rocket man. back. that's no longer. dean's version won the competition he meant elton john in person and the video premiered at the tom film festival a happy ending to such
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a wistful song. come .
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i'm going to. cut a deal love. letter below. gonna be a lot longer than. it was. done you.
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know during the recording of pink floyd's the dark side of the moon a security god supposedly said there is no doc signed the moon is dark everywhere it's only the sum that gives it might. have played. pink floyd borrowed the title from mach $29.00 who wrote everyone is a moon and has a dockside which he never shows to anybody and that's what the songs amount. to. after the departure of front man sid barrett due to declining mental health about decided to explore the theme of mental illness in the album and they struck enough was. a. tad to.
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the dockside of them. moon still ranks as one of the best selling albums of all time. in pop culture is the moon casting the sun in the shade or is the moon overrated given that its only light comes from the sun perhaps this question doesn't matter in the end after all without the moon nights on earth would be pitch black. and nights as they say belongs to lovers and it's the moon that illuminates them. even if the moon isn't quite as exciting as we're imagining it what would romance be without it. and what else could have inspired van morrison to this song.
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mom was not in. those. dogs. do. you know i was trying to. get all the. managers same joe. lawless ul. band put. on by a love. song. of.
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the moon her majesty that sound john carroll. icon of the beat generation described it. on. batching me. being sad face up in. an illuminating claim form by the 1st thing many gently. she kicks a star. cloud for government similar. to route to cradle out. of sight down any old time. you can all sleep. with imaginary army war.
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blazing immense money like. fame you insist. on we need. you ha. way. where. your way he. ought to see there were. such.
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words. see. where. see. he. was joking. with. the film. don't just walk. away. with people to say goodbye to the man means sanka buy into the hope for
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a better life to comfort and romance beto breakfast said that's beethoven may well have realized it was put it to song. we. still. must go.
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the fact i had.
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in the future robots will play an important role in space flight but we shouldn't
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this is news coming to you live from berlin britain poised for another political shake up in just under an hour's time the country will find out who is the new leader of the conservative party. voters johnson is the clear favorite to win and become the new prime minister we go live to london and to brussels also coming up. in britain calls for european neighbors forced to protect shipping in the gulf and the foreign minister jeremy hunt says action is needed after iran seized a british oil tanker that. an pakistani prime minister in brown county holds talks with president donald trump of the u.s. on his 1st official visit to the country hoping for improved relations after years of tension.
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hello and welcome i'm a touchy mug good to have you with us we begin with britain where in chills under an hour they'll be the new conservative party leader boris johnson is expected to win the contest against foreign minister jeremy hunt and become the next prime minister whoever takes over will have to solve the political mess of bragg's it and unite a divided party to take britain out of the european union. that's nothing this man wants more than the keys to number 10 downing street or with a pedophile is that the old good a word fortunately for boris johnson the keys to this forklift truck off found although he's on course to be britain's next prime minister his drive towards the top job has been a little bumpy. around with his girlfriend that went public threaten to derail his
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leadership beds. when britain's ambassador to the u.s. became embroiled in a diplomatic spat with president on no trump johnson was criticized for failing to give him his full support to be better he was even heckled about it in a recent tory leadership hostin. thank you mr johnson has though been very clear about one thing that the u.k. must leave the european union by halloween with or without a deal to 3 years to listed lines we must leave the e.u. on october 30. 6th he's been criticized for his lack of detail how would you handle paragraph 5 c. i would i would confide entirely in paragraph 5 b.
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because that is the how would you get round watson 5 c. i would confide entirely in paragraph 5 b. which is. up says. so you are a man of. the former foreign secretary and london man is still the conservatives favorite candidate and it's the 160000 party members who decide who wins we are going to get young people voting conservative again although. jeremy hunt knows he's trailing mr johnson in the party polls but the current foreign secretary has done what he can to stay in the race he's even promised to embrace a no deal breck's it. if my judgment is that there is no deal to me. i will cease all discussions with the european union and focus the whole country's mission. he might be presenting himself as the
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serious candidate put throughout this contest mr johnson has looked like the man who'll be given the keys to number 10. and if we now join our correspondent seanad box in london charlotte if you could start with you know boris johnson is the overwhelming favorite to win the tour due to ship and take over from to reason may when we know for sure. what we are expecting the announcement in about 40 minutes time here the announcement of who will take over the conservative party and then move into downing street tomorrow and that turnover will be very quick as you said that boris johnson is the favorite of the 2 candidates and that turnover in number 10 downing street is supposed to happen very quickly so we're expecting to see theresa may resign tomorrow in an official speech then go to the queen saying her goodbye and
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her official reddick resignation and shortly after johnson visiting the queen being welcomed by her as the new prime minister and then moving into downing street we're also expecting major cabinet announcements coming out tonight and in the course of the day tomorrow of course there the question is what how how will his cabinet look like will he have a lot of pro breaks a tears on his cabinet that will help him get the u.k. out of the european union as promised and we have also seen already quite a few major scene here resignations ministers resigning because they say they don't want to work under a johnson administration that usually happens after then. leaders announced after the premier has moved in so that is something that they now have done before in anticipation of boris johnson taking over as prime minister so even if boris johnson were to become prime minister it seems divisions really remain johnson has said he's prepared to leave the e.u.
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with a no deal is that the most likely scenario right now if his election is confirmed. well that scenario is for sure becoming more likely under a. premiership that is for sure he has vowed to have the u.k. leave by october 31st that is the deadline and he has said do or die no matter what he will take the u.k. out so very strong message there and those 1st 100 days in office will really be crucial for him because that deadline is coming up brussels doesn't trust the man so it's going to be unlikely that they will be able to renegotiate those controversial withdrawal agreements and then great britain is left with a no deal scenario and i just want to remind our viewers we've been talking about this quite a bit but a no deal scenario economists are saying would mean catastrophic consequences
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economically for the european union but especially also for the united kingdom so boris johnson has come under criticism already within his conservative party for there's no deal rhetoric and he really has to come up with a with a good plan he has to show a plan on how he wants to move forward. and not just say we are going to fall out of the european union on october 31st and get back to the done with and shot given all these issues how does one explain boris johnson within the conservative party and the fact that he's a clear favorite to win this ballot. he's an extremely charismatic. titian quite humorous his speeches are always well regarded by his constituencies and his rival his main rival in this leadership contest jeremy hunt the current foreign minister he was just not very colorful he couldn't present
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himself as the one that sees through jeremy hunt originally in the referendum had voted to remain in the european union so he wasn't very credible on the issue and it just comes down to it is the main domestic issue here in the u.k. and that conservative membership base they just want to see somebody in office who can get it done who can get the u.k. out of the european union by the next deadline by october 31st so that explains the popularity of boris johnson amongst that leadership sorry membership base. in london thank you very much for that update from that. let's. not count does brussels view a likely u.k. prime minister barak. well and rita johnson is well known here in brussels but also he himself knows brussels brussels quite well he's spent some time growing up here in brussels his father was working in the group commission at
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the time and even before entering politics he spent more than a decade here in brussels reporting as a newspaper correspondent on the new policies and some say during this time he started this british tradition of british skeptical e.u. journalism in a way with colorful and exaggerated stories about what's actually happening here in the u. and how this is affecting british citizens and this story telling he would also continue as a foreign minister while visiting the european council where he built a reputation of being ill informed and under fanatic so he's a highly controversial figure here in the brussels bubble and among e.u. leaders and with this track record there is not much trust that leaders put upon him and violence johnson has talked a lot about using that threat often no deal bragg's it to force the e.u. to reopen the big drop agreement is that likely to happen. boris johnson is using
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the threats of no deal agreement as a strong negotiating hand at least he sees it like that or he says he sees it like that this could actually easily backfire the deal that is on the table right now took the entire e.u. member states 17 months of haggling it involves $600.00 paypal's of papers of legal documents so it's not easily easy to unravel and start over again plus the e.u. said time and time again the current commission commission president has said it that this is the best deal that is on the table and it will not be renegotiated and his successor commission president elect was it off on the line also made clear the deal will not be renegotiated though she is willing to extend the deadline so nobody here in the e.u. or nobody in the u.n. general wants to one state wants to slam the door shut on the european you on great britain nobody wants responsible for this but on the same time they don't want to
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they want to show that they're strong enough to not let themselves be be pushed around by somebody like boris johnson and not thereby set in dangerous precedent for other e.u. leaders he was trying to max nanda indef to thank you very much for that. and we'll know within this hour who the new prime minister of great united kingdom will be and of course we've been you live coverage of that as soon as the result comes out now because foreign minister jeremy hunt is called an european allies to create a naval force to protect shipping in the strait of hormuz iran says it's not seeking a confrontation with britain but 4 days off it seized a british tanker in the region the vessel remains in iranian hands. the crew appear well according to these images shown on iranian state media the 23 sailors were captured by iran along with the british flag tank a stain imperio seized by the revolutionary guard have been held in an iranian
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harbor since friday the british government says it's a violation of international law it faces criticism at home for not preventing the capture of british ships by iran despite multiple warning signs britain's foreign minister wants to deescalate tensions is turning to europe for help and says he disagrees with the united states strategy of applying maximum pressure to iran over the nuclear deal we will now seek to put together a european led maritime protection mission to support safe passage of both crew and cargo in this fight which it will not be part of the u.s. maximum pressure policy on iran because we remain committed to preserving iran nuclear agreement. iran has connected the fate of the steamer in peril with that of another tanker the grace one it was seized by british special forces 2 weeks ago in gibraltar and was accused of carrying iranian oil to syria in violation of a use sanctions a charge to iran rejects. when you illegally seized
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a ship and even the spanish believe that you have done this unfriendly and hostile act in their territory we don't deem it necessary to show tolerance. the united kingdom is now dispatching another warship to the region whether other european ships will join the mission remains unclear that would have been york state with some other stories making news around the world some korean fighter jets find hundreds of warning shots after russian military aircraft violated the country's airspace so says the russian planes flew over a dock door islands also claimed by japan which called them talking russia's defense ministry denies the accusations saying its bombers gaidar drills over international waters. the libel trial of a prominent philippine journalist critical of president roh to go to a testy has begun maria ressa leads the online news outlet rocca and both have been
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hit with a string of charges which critics say are aimed at silencing her. faces years in prison if found guilty. police in the u.s. territory of protests fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding the resignation of the governor and a cargo sale he's been under pressure since the release of obscenity least check messages that mocked his constituents they've been moved to attest despite sayers announcement that he will not run for reelection. u.s. president don't trump a struck a positive note in his 1st meeting with pakistani prime minister john kahn relations between the 2 countries have been strained for many years but now the u.s. is hoping pakistan could be key to ending u.s. military involvement in neighboring afghanistan. looking to reset a rocky relationship the leaders of pakistan and the united states have been vocal critics of each up this administration's but they want each of us help imraan khan
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is seeking to have millions of dollars of u.s. aid restored after donald trump cut it off last year but all of that can come back depending on where we work out and depending on whether con will help broker a peace deal in afghanistan he says pakistan's leverage with the taliban is crucial because the closest we have been through the streets. we hope that. in the coming days we will be able to urge the thought of on the streets of york on no more than going to a city with a political solution the u.s. wants to extricate itself from an 18 year war that has cost billions of dollars while a flurry of talks have resulted in pledges for peace regular taliban attacks have continued to claim lives. may hope that monday's meeting is a step towards a cease fire but he couldn't resist musing about a plan b.
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i have plans on afghanistan that if i wanted to win that war afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth it would be god it would be over in literally in 10 days and i don't want to do it i don't want to go that route those comments spot outrage in kabul by the government has asked for an official clarification. and from what i'm now joined by. asia desk show me firstly how significant is this meeting imran khan is taken his military commander in chief with him and it seems there's a convergence of interests which could lead to improved ties between the 2 countries . you see that imran khan has been sympathetic to the taliban throughout his career is political could. he denies that islam about the box also. harbors finances islamist militants in the northern areas in afghanistan the army
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says the same thing former prime minister nawaz sharif criticised the army to lee told them to stop supporting the taliban and other militant groups within pakistan so there was a conflict between former prime minister and the army but now we see that embryonic . general who is visiting with gone to washington there on the same page so. to make a backup policy to get things done i think it is a good opportunity for the civil unity government and also to the u.s. . get things done no problem so it all hinges on getting a successful piece didn't have done is done but of gotten this done is not happy a tour with donald trump's rhetoric trump said he could wipe out of coniston off the map in a space of 10 days if you wanted how has responded to this. presidential
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palace condemned the statement they wanted more clarification from trump and they said that they would not like any foreign intervention of going to stun it's not just unhappy about drums statement you would have to understand that of guns are unhappy that apparently the u.s. is giving more leverage to pakistan it's probably the u.s. wants to pakistan to play a major role in this and of guns have all risen but he's skeptical of the i.s.i. the pakistani military's intelligence agency. the civilian government so i believe that guns are pretty unhappy with the whole situation what was the way things are unraveling at the moment and i don't from what so brought up the kashmir dispute between india and pakistan in fact even came that indian prime minister not even a movie and asked him to mediate in this dispute what can you tell us about how
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this was received. well india did not i did immediately and opposition parties are urging you know the prime minister modi to make a clear statement on this india does not want any international mediation india does not consider the kashmir conflict an international conflict. in its internal matter it gives a concession actually to pakistan when it says it's a bilateral dispute so india would never agree to such a thing it is surprising that drum came up with this idea that he could mediate the kashmir conflict. doesn't sound very viable to me. death thank you very much for that analysis. thanks for having me. it watching the news coming up ahead catching the. a modern.
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but for us to a chapter of germany's spaf that is coming under increasing scrutiny the country's colonial history unveiled a site that marks 100 years since a petition was delivered to the german parliament condemning resume and demanding equal rights for people from germany's colonies in this former colony south west africa today's namibia tens of thousands of people were killed and cultural assets were looted some of these have been given back but returning them isn't always easy our correspondent. has this report for you. cape cross and narrow headland south atlantic coast has few human inhabitants but hundreds of thousands of seals it's a nature reserve that draws many visitors but most are unaware of the area's
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historical importance this is a replica of the stone cross built by portuguese seafarers more than 500 years ago the original was stolen by german colonialists in the late 1900 is explained in the hotel museum near by. life and tell manager comes the latest developments in this story. proves this with everything starts now so if you can understand it you've got the old reaching out and it can also teach the children that what transpired in the. if they replayed you know they still did feel you know we're still reaching the. us from the start so i think it's going to be it's going to play a very nature role if we do if they are reaching out a bit i think it will have a major boost tourism sector after years of effort than a 1000000 government has retrieved cultural property stolen by germany during its
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colonial occupation in the capital when talk at the namibian independence museum on the lookout for the most recently returned items and a bible belonging to hendrick the boy an ethnic now man who was killed fighting the gym after several requests by the namibian government the whip and the bible were returned in february of this year but they are nowhere to be seen at this national independence museum. this museum director takes us to a secret well secured room hears with voice with which should be displayed in the future museum at the site of his former residence in the village of he'll be on more than 300 kilometers from the capital but no one knows when it will be built for now the whip along with the boys bible is stored away from public view. they mizuno the state police is not delivered in terms of the security in the room where
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it can be displayed in. what month it was we were mandated to safeguard to just have to store it we do not want to do one thing where the other community will not behave so the community mask or big income up with one voice to say this is what we want local media have reported on a dispute among the boys descendants some of them say both the whip and bible belong to the family not the government lucy of it boy is torn she's part of the vote for a family and the government. the family feel that it should be in the machine because it's not we cannot own him he say you're all in namibia for the namibian people so therefore the family feel that it should stay the national museum but one day if there is
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a museum in that original i must come clean on this and probably within the family that this different billions of odds which happen to the i know that they did you will ask me that question but leave that question for the family museum director mary know who c.c. has been compiling a list of namibian artworks that are still overseas she wants to recover more stolen property but she has learned from the experience that it takes a lot of time and communication to satisfy everyone involved in the process can't be rushed back at cape cross it's not yet clear if the 15th century original will stand here once more of it too will end up in the museum. surfing myth makes its olympic debut next year at the tokyo games the events will be had at each of them will be a bitch but for many japanese it's the shonan coast 50 kilometers south of tokyo that is regarded as the birthplace of the country's modern surf culture. surf's
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up on japan's shonan coast modern surfing culture 1st washed up on the shores in the 1960 s. arriving with the tide of american servicemen stationed here during the vietnam war 10 go to a local surfing pioneer and surf shop remembers the arrival of the new long board style american boards. the mammal. before the current form of surfing came to us here we used a washing board or a bath cover as a board. but at the time of the vietnam war american soldiers brought surfboards with them because. they new generation of japanese surfers were quick to adopt the new style and to this day surf shops on the shonen coast still pay homage to their forebears. but the area's own unique style is
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what keeps passionate surface coming back. i like that time passes slowly and it seems that everyone is kind and peaceful here i really like that this same to be pretty passionate i guess i love just getting out there and enjoying the last few days it's been small and every time you get a nice way there's like 30 people at the back clapping so it's it's got a nice. shannon's less reliable waters mings it's only been selected to host sailing events at the 2020 games for many though the area special atmosphere makes it the true home of japanese surfing. so who's to be the conservative party leader in britain this is due to be announced in about 15 minutes from now and we'll be back on average life coverage of that to do join me for that if you can remember lots more on our website. about.
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a family on a level. 60 s d w. robots are still in the development face the fact it's going to happen when they grow up will humans and machines be able to peacefully co-exist or are we on the verge of a robot collapse. artificial intelligence is now spreading through. our society we are experts be able to agree on ethical guidelines or will this technology create deadly new autonomous weapon systems. or robot collapse starts aug 14th on d w.
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i click i like i shop online and that produces huge amounts of data but who analyzes it one culprit is the advertising industry i look for a curry recipe online and suddenly ads for indian cookbooks pop up everywhere big data is a blessing or a curse our focus today on shit. i'm always online my smartphone is always connected wherever i go along the way i leave digital footprints and help create a pot of what's known as big data. researchers have analyzed close to a 1000000 apps from the google play store they found that 90 percent of data and many of these apps send data to several companies that sounds unsettling but does big data have a real effect on my life well let me know if i need my umbrella tomorrow.
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this vaguer rocket has a new kind of weather satellite on board and an altitude of 320 kilometers will collect data that will help meteorologists create better weather forecasts. for the 1st time a satellite will be able to measure wind speeds using a laser range. it even works in locations that are normally inaccessible like oceans is a perfect storm brewing out there big data can help us predict the weather. insurance companies also use big data for instance to estimate the impact of natural disasters like flooding and car insurers set their rates according to the risk of theft where the policyholder lips so you might pay more or less for your policy depending on how many cars have been stolen in your neighborhood. big
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data can also make your sat nav more useful and precise in a las vegas pilot project an onboard computer tells drivers how fast to drive to catch the green light. and in estonia the port of tallinn is a digital showcase project trucks and goods are checked in electronically big data to better logistics and shorter waiting times. so big data is big business companies are investing. in software that analyzes it in 2018 more than 6000000000 euros were spent on big data applications in germany alone. here's a stunning application from the field of medicine predicting flu epidemics with the help of twitter data researchers at university took 500000000 tweets from around the world and fed them into a watson computer system once and found the relevant tweets was more it recognized
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what they were about for instance if the writer got a flu shot or already had flu symptoms this process is known as cognitive computing the digital simulation of human thought processes watson for example he was like through and put information into the right context. even in sorry day hospital is using big data to diagnose illnesses more quickly and treat them more effectively. this is a chamber cell which has specific molecular markers no 2 tumor cells are the same and ideally therapies would be targeted to the precision medicine hopes the term in which therapy is likely to be most effective researchers identify the tumors genetic characteristics to select a targeted treatment. dr claudia followed direct from berlin charity hospital is using big data to improve cancer treatment she's collaborating with the molecular health data analysis company. did it is generated world why through various
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clinical studies and research experiments and then collected in databases for example molecular health checks these databases regularly on a daily basis and compares the results with those from the patient samples. after to get such results tumor cells molecular markers are only lies in a process called sequencing doctors at the sheraton they send the results to molecular health. molecular markers or compared with those of thousands upon thousands of other stored in the company's database. the database also contains information about therapies a report is produced to provides doctors with a recommended treatment tailored to the specific characteristics of the tumour cell . this is what we're looking for it's the direction we hope things will go in the future we'd like patients to receive personalized treatment based on molecular changes we can identify during sequencing. the idea behind the project is
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revolutionary but using data from so many people as the basis for medical decisions and possibly superseding diagnosis of the patients doctor is also controversial. in germany people are still quite cautious we're. afraid to give others access to our data which is understandable as a researcher i'd like to manage my own data and know exactly what's happening to it . but i think we must do away with this idea of keeping it all to ourselves the amount of data is just too large for that. big data has already allowed berlin's charity hospital to identify individual therapies for some 30 cancer patients. treating illnesses with the help of big data that's real progress and it shows that ai and humans can work together for the benefit of mankind. another thing that has done is make human behavior more predictable that's especially interesting for
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companies who want to target us online with personalized advertising that can still be hit or miss just because of research diving expeditions doesn't mean i want to buy a wetsuit right away but data analyst paul monk from from thailand are working on ways to optimize targeting when you play when you like when you start to see you already in all the data that there will it will go to whatever. we are the technology to help the brand to know how to talk the right way to the right consumer with information. from and his fellows andrew co-founders have been actively collecting data since 2013 today the firm employs more than 160 people and mainly analyzes data from the asian market they help authorities and companies to control their image there's been little criticism about how they process the data our job is not on the data but.
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that is the father brand to understand it so in the end we help it to understand it . here. but data security specialist cash to normal is more critical he believes that the global trade in data is a multi-billion dollar business from which only a few players profit. google alone earns over $100000000000.00 a year with online. and of course stock $100000000000.00 has to be recovered somehow through the products that are being advertised so a single company earns hundreds or thousands of dollars a year from each internet user. then there are the data brokers who profit from collecting and analyzing this flood of data using special software we try to find out who's tracking user behavior the. triangles here be represent the trackers the circles the web sites visited. even users who don't log in aren't surfing
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anonymously with every click the trackers network grows in this test there were close to 20 trackers for every web site visited. big data analysis helps link that information and produce a digital profile of the user. and. a profile like this describes a person in their fears their needs and possibly their financial situation allowing for advertising to be tailored to meet their budget or to be described as better than even our best friends could one become. so companies might know me better than my friends do even very sensitive data like that used by health apps as often passed on to data collectors without users knowledge the legal basis for this is sometimes highly questionable. massive amount of data is generated every day it comes from a variety of sources not just the internet. whether
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on facebook instagram or net flix every day we humans generate 2500000 terabytes of data but not all of it on the net visit the doctor in your symptoms and diagnoses are stored in servers this data is often anonymous the person to market researchers when you found some of the comments location and contact details are scooped up and become part of big data brokers encyclopedia defines big data as a monster so large changes so fast are so varied that they can't be processed with standard software. exactly how much data counts as big is hard to say as it's not stored to analyze centrally i see analysts estimate that in the next 6 years the global data speed will rise to 175 bytes per year one set of byte is equal to $1000000000.00 terabytes one trillion gigabytes one quadrillion megabytes in
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comparison a 3 minute m p 3 track is around 3 megabytes in size so one set of point can store around 333 trillion songs processing such masses of data isn't easy there are 3 aspects to consider. there is the hardware aspect what hardware can handle it. second there is the software that processes the data directly. there's the algorithms which glean information and knowledge from this data. coming . software algorithms it's a big business big data is analyzed using software platforms called frameworks they divide data between several high performance servers where it can be processed simultaneously processing that data quickly is key. data autism's
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a burden based startup comes in they analyze very large amounts of data very fast using an open source platform called apache flink they help create it processes incoming data in real time and can simultaneously analyze data has already been stored stream processing is a big new thing so it's no surprise that chinese complement alibaba snapped up their business for an estimated 90000000 euros earlier this year that's great for the startup founders but is it good for society when healing. poses a risk that data could be compiled on unaligned to such a way that for instance human behavior becomes more predictable and transparent just by fear. and that could end up limiting individual freedom if i had to. give thanks felt honestly i'm pretty generous when it comes to my personal data if
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i look into a service and like it i'm willing to pay for it with my data but maybe the price really is too high is trading your personal data for free apps or services a fair exchange or will big data turn into a surveillance nightmare what do you think join the discussion on facebook on d w dot com goodbye until next time. thank you. thank you and visit computer nish to on.
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this is news coming to you live from berlin a shake up at the top of britain's conservatives just minutes from now we find out
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where the boris johnson on jeremy hunt will become the new party leader boris johnson is expected to win and become the british prime minister we'll bring you the result of the leadership vote live from london. thank you. alan a woman's come to you i'm welcome to this special edition of the news we're just moments away from finding out rich off of these 2 men former london man and a foreign minister bars johnson or current foreign minister jeremy hunt will be britain's next conservative party leader. i'm. 860000 fatah members the image of them to vote and the result is due to be announced shortly whoever wins is expected to become the next prime minister that's offered to resign officially. resignation
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to the. so you can see they are the 2 rivals for the post of conservative party leader jeremy hunt the current foreign minister and bars johnson who was foreign minister and he's hoping to become prime minister of britain. looking at the speech is with me in the studio i have my colleague kate brady she's a political correspondent and we'll also be talking to our correspondent. both she is in london but good let me start with you as everybody is saying that boris johnson is the overwhelming favorites to win the post of conservative party leader how is he viewed here in germany well he certainly has been portrayed at least in the media somewhat of a caricature or a lot of headlines today along the lines of are you ready for boris and i think
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they say is a lot the fact that. you're not just here in germany and also in the u.k. is often referred to as his 1st name this is kind of colloquial jogen when you when a lot of the media and even politicians talk about boris johnson but of course germany moving forward from a political angle there is one topic on the top of germany's agenda right now when it comes to the u.k. and that of course is brecht's it and so they will be making sure that there will be some cooperation at least from this new administration which as we hear is most likely to be led by boris johnson but of course there will be quite some trepidation here towards the upcoming result here in germany today of course. boris johnson has said that he is willing to hold the u.k. out of the e.u. come the 31st of october without a deal which of course could have huge economic repercussions and certainly here in
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germany as well and that is something that from day one since that referendum back in 2016 germany has said that it is very much in favor of. it at all costs i think let me just draw in our correspondent in london and. tell us now this has been a really long drawn out process remind us how is a conservative policy. chosen. yeah well it is a complicated process you would think that a new prime minister is just being appointed when the old one resigns but that is not the case what we've seen over the past 2 weeks to recent days resignation and may is that 1st of all there were a number of candidates around 16 that were running then they were voted down by m.p.'s one by one and in the end 2 candidates remained those which the current foreign minister and boris johnson the former foreign minister so those 2 went
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through a series of debates and 2 and a half weeks ago and then the conservative members 160002 be exact to vote paper ballot that was sent in to the conservative party headquarters. 2 days ago and then yesterday since yesterday those votes have been counted and we're expecting the results to come out momentarily that announcement of who will be the next conservative leader and of course with that tomorrow will be appointed the new prime minister here and the united kingdom in fact we're looking at live pictures coming off a queen elizabeth cause that's where the result is going to be announced and we've been seeing a lot of people awaiting the anxiously to hear rich off the 2 contenders. likely to become prime minister but clearly in the lead up to this everyone is said boris johnson is the clear favorite what makes him the clear favorite in this ballot.
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well as i said it's the membership that is voting for him and the tory membership has one topic on their mind and that is that at the moment they have seen this process drag out over 3 years since the referendum in june 2016 and they have been hoping that the u.k. would be out of the european union at this point that is of course not the case the next deadline to leave is october 31st and so boris johnson has promised them time and time again and very credible also that he would be the one that gets the u.k. out of the european union by october 31st do or die he says come what may so he will go back to brussels that assist plan to renegotiate that withdrawal agreement so that kind of bill that dictates the terms under which the u.k. leaves the european union if brussels says we're not renegotiating all he does not get a better deal than he has promised those conservative members that now voted for him
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that he will leave the european union without a deal which kate mentioned could have catastrophic consequences for the european union but of course also especially for the united kingdom but people don't mind that anymore and not people but the conservative membership base they don't mind that anymore because they say it's better to leave with a no deal and no deal scenario than just having this process dragged out and just quickly the rival in the leadership race jeremy hunt for and current foreign minister he has not been as credible on this issue of bricks that because he voted 3 years ago in that referendum that he wanted to remain in the european union so that is why we are expecting. jonson to be the next leader of the conservative party because this issue has been dominating the agenda so much absolutely whenever
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anyone talks about britain at the moment any leader of the conservative party the next prime minister it's all about briggs's esque it was mentioned as well that it's all about briggs it now looking at the possibility that boris johnson may be the next prime minister of the u.k. and he has said categorically he's prepared to leave the european union without a deal is this viewed as a genuine added logical position or is it a negotiating tactic in the hope that he might get a better deal from the european union. well of course this was also rhetoric in the campaign he needed to say that as i mentioned to win over the conservative members and we really don't know what kind of boris johnson will be the next prime minister will be the more extreme boris will be the more pragmatic one will see and that goes to brussels to renegotiate that deal it is very hard to say it also depends on
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what kind of advisors he will get and what his cabinet might look like we're expecting after this announcement at some point tonight and then in the course of the day tomorrow that boris johnson will make major cabinet announcements on who he will be working closely with and it depends the big question there is of course will he choose more pro city is that are going to help him get the u.k. out of the european union all will he also get some remain us on board those who wanted to stay in the european union all along so at the moment we can only speculate if he would really see that no deal through. but what is important to mention is that he will have very very tough 1st 100 days in office 100 days i'm saying because that is the deadline of when the u.k. is leaving the european union and already we are hearing a lot of criticism also within the conservative party from within the conservative
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party against boris johnson we've seen a number of resignations because the worry is that he will really see it through that makes the u.k. crash out on october 31st and of course there are also many conservatives who do not want that and showed when you've been talking to us we've been looking we're looking at live pictures of queen elizabeth hold that's where the result is going to be announced i'll be looking at people and we're seeing 3 empty chairs and of course i guess. the key people involved in this contest the 2 of them being of course johnson and jeremy hunt. no we are seeing some people walking in which could be an indication that we might have a result soon you can see the podium is still empty the announcement is going to be made by the court chair or what is called the $922.00 committee and charlie walker they are the 2 officials who are going to be announcing the result the contest between barnes johnson and jeremy hunt who is the current foreign minister of
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britain all indications that this ballot will go in favor of. johnson a controversial figure as we've been hearing from charlotte votes and also viewed a bit controversially here in germany as we've been hearing from our political correspondent kate breen now we can see people still waiting looking to clocks and ready for that announcement while we read it let me put a question to political correspondent get ready of course as we were talking briggs it is the main issue in everybody's mind when one looks at the leadership question in britain what does germany expect from a new u.k. prime minister i mean the thing that germany and the rest of the year is waiting for right now is some movement forward of course the. debate has been very much a standstill about a deal that was put on the table by the outgoing u.k. prime minister terry's and i was rejected 3 times and so they will be waiting now
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to see exactly how boris johnson here is expected to take. as prime minister of the u.k. how he actually intends on moving things forward the e.u. and germany standing way that what the other e.u. member states has said that negotiations when it comes to this deal not to be reopened and so it'll be interesting to see exactly what the tactic is going to be from the new u.k. prime minister but. she held her some press. last week saying that it would that the future of relations between the u.k. and brussels will very much depend on how the new u.k. prime minister actually engages with the new president of the e.u. commission and of course that is the former german defense minister. who interestingly will be taking over that post as the president of the e.u.
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commission on the 1st of november so the day after the u.k. is set to leave the european union but interestingly funder lyon has said that she is willing to extend the brics deadline again if need be but of course as i mentioned she will be coming into that post as the president of the e.u. commission after the current deadline but as we've seen before the u.k. has already missed a couple of deadlines were. a good couple of years for the march 29th that passed as by well that happened again on october 31st that certainly seems to be the hope among a lot of politicians here in germany that they want to see the best deal possible for the e.u. for germany. but of course now with the chance of boris johnson taking over as u.k. prime minister that might give us like ok let me just. sing these life which is coming to you from yes and we're listening to now the proceedings have just started
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there and we're just hearing. lewis is about to speak let's take a listen to what he's saying a party that is fundamentally strong and united in its common purpose to deliver prosperity petunia free security for everyone you know you know what you can do. we want to you throughout this election. we are professional working together to deliver a fair and official election. it held hostage in 16 towns and cities watch across the united kingdom in every region and in every nation candidates of covered some 3000 miles taken over 400 questions and also hours and hours worth of questions in interviews culminating in that fantastic event at the xcel just last wednesday and we welcomed fallon's of our party members and friends and family to
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meet directly from our candidates i defer for political party we held an unlighted law at hoskings open to everyone in our country and indeed beyond i want to pay tribute to the team at c.c. h.q. in particular for money both the membership and nice try testing costings and i also want to thank my parliamentary colleagues for their support through that process in particular the members of the 922 committee brilliantly led by charles will captain dana show get a look into the attorney offices throughout this process and it gives us such an official professional effect to start and run through this process and one of the members of the conservative party thank you those members our friends our family and our colleagues have undertaken a solemn duty in choosing our next leader who will be this country's next prime minister that engage constructively thoughtfully and positively in the process
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a chance to choose our leader is a privilege and i believe our party has risen to that task a funny i want to take this opportunity to say thank you so i come across mr teresa my leadership of our party and our country over the last 3 years something that was never going to be an easy task. and he's no power now we come together the way you know much as a policy for al country to to live out in the national interest to get behind our new leader and our next prime minister to deliver on the results of the referendum and to deliver for the whole of the united kingdom and we are a party that does that best when we all united i'm not supposed to be late i went out to fantastic candidates that we've seen out on the boats over the last few weeks ladies and gentlemen please welcome jamie hobbs embarrassed to have us thank
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. you and later a chance for him to now also sells all the leadership election he's welcome i would say the offices that show going to and charles will come thank . you. well thank you brandon can i thank you and your team a conservative central office for doing a fantastic job it's been
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a team effort and shown the conservative family at its best and if i could make one plea as a backbencher can we be kind to the next prime minister than we've been to the current prime minister if so without further delay i'm going to hand you over to the wonderful co-chair of the 922 committee dame cheryl. if i thank you very much charles only 24th of may the prime minister the right honorable theresa may announced she would be standing down as leader of our party on the 7th of june and over the past 46 days 1022 committee organized 5
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ballots of members of parliament and then worked with the party chairman and the electoral reform services to present the final 2 candidates say all qualifying members of the conservative and unionist party could vote for a new leader i want to take a charles's thanks to brandon and in particular to the party board and the party stuff less sterling work on the hustings and also the ers who have conducted a very professional operation collecting and counting the votes from home and abroad. and also the 1922 executive especially my cochairman charles walker with him it has been a pleasure to work and at least we have brought equality to the top of the 1922 committee that gender balance is important. and the offices of the 122 committee said geoffrey clifton brown bob blackman and nigel evans all together here today
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and our own parliamentary staff who have given up their spare time to help conduct what i believe has been a very successful election finally i would like to thank all those party members who voted and those who stood in the election and particularly my colleagues sternly hunt and or strengths and who despite the challenges of a contest run in the glare of press comment and public scrutiny i believe have emerged as worthy candidates the position of leader about if. if. if if if. now i think you've all been waiting long enough that but in in the on edge tradition i'm going to ask my beautiful assistant to hand to hand me the on the
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late for the announcement. if it's called teamwork. i danger will given the joint returning officer for the conservative and unionist party leadership election declared that the total number of eligible electors was 159320 the turnout in the election was 87.4 percent the total number of ballot papers rejected was $509.00. and the changing number of eights given to each candidate was as follows jeremy hunt 46656 or his strengths and 92153. and therefore i give notice that boris
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johnson is elected as the leader of the can said thank you we'll hurry. the 11. 1111 i can find out the 100. 11 year old. was thinking about. thank you sarah thank you charles thank you very much brandon for a fantastic fact anywhere organize campaign i think it did a lot of credit as as biden has just said to our party to our values into our ideals but i want to begin by thanking my opponent jeremy
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by common consent absolutely formidable campaigner and a great leader and a great politician join me in the course of 20 houses or more i mean 20 hustings the hustings style events he was moving 3000 miles by those about 7000 miles that we did crisscrossing the country you've been friendly you've been good natured you've been a front of excellent ideas all of which i propose to steal. and above all i want to thank going lida to reason mary for her extraordinary service to this party and to this country it was a pretty the ely it was a privilege to serve in her cabinet and to see the passion and determination that she brought to the many causes that are. legacy from equal pay for men and women to
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tackling the problems of mental health and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system thank you to reason thank you and i want to thank all of you all of you here today everybody in the conservative party for your hard work for your campaigning and feel public spirit and obviously for the extraordinary honor and privilege that you've just conferred on me and i. know that there will be people around the place who will question the wisdom of your decision. and then maybe even be some people here who still want to work quite what they have done. and i would just point out you that because nobody no one party no one person has a monopoly of wisdom but if you look at the history of the last 200 years of this party's existence you will see that it is we conservatives who have had the best
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insights i think into human nature and in the best in the $0.15 it's hard to manage the jostling sets of instincts in the human hot and time and again it is to us that the people of this country have turned to get that balance right between the instinct to own your own house your own home to spend your own money to look after your own family good instincts proper instincts noble instincts and the equally noble instinct to share and to give everyone a fair chance in life and to look after the poorest in the neediest and to build a great society i don't know hold in the last 200 years it is we conservatives who have understood best how to encourage those instincts to work together in harmony to promote the good of the whole country. and today at this pivotal
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moment in our history we again have to reconcile 2 sets of instincts 2 noble sets of instincts between the deep desire for friendship and free trade a mutual support in security and defense between britain and our european partners and the simple taney of desire equally deep and heartfelt the democratic self-government in this country. and of course are some people say that their irreconcilable and it just can't be done and indeed i read in my financial times this morning devoted reader that i have seriously a great great great great great great british press i read in my financial times this morning that there are no incoming leader there were incoming leader has ever faced such a daunting set of circumstances it said when i look at you this morning and i ask myself do you look daunted. do you feel daunted i don't think i did
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to you to remake the don't to me and i think that we know that we can do it and that the people of this country are trusting in us to do it and we know that we will do it and we know the mantra of the campaign that has just gone by in case you've forgotten it. it probably has it it was going to college it is deliver breaks it unite the country and defeat jeremy corbett and those who didn't know. you. i know saw some waggles already pointed out that deliver good night and defeat was not the perfect acronym for an election campaign since all pushing it spells dud but they forgot the final easy my friends the energy audience and i say i say to
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all the doctors dude we are going to energize the country we're going to get great sick dog on october thought it was going to take advantage of all the opportunities that it will bring in a new spirit of can do and we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what we can achieve unlike some slumbering joint we're going to rise and ping off the guy ropes a self diet and negativity with better education better infrastructure more police fantastic food fiber broadband sprouting in every household we are going to unite this amazing country and we are going to take it forward i thank you all very much for the incredible honor that you've just done me i will work flat out from now on with my team that i will build i hope to the next few days to repay your confidence but in the mean time the campaign is over and the work begins thank you all very much.
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thanks to watching our coverage coming to continue their reserves are foreign to me if you feel. johnson did not take over and prime minister tomorrow at the baby it is after he meets the queen and he is then endorsed as the prime minister this was a contest between the country's foreign minister jeremy hunt and between barra's johnson and as predicted as expected as just said boris johnson was the care favorite and the results show that he has won the election the leadership contest
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and he got just over 92000 of the votes where is his rival jeremy hunt got just over 46 pounds and off the votes you saw this of the 1st. brandon lewis the chairman of the conservative party introduced the proceedings and we had dame cheryl who announced the result with the head of what she called her beautiful assistant and that was walker. of the $922.00 committee and then she said it's all about teamwork and then the result was announced she described both candidates as one of the candidates and there was huge applause in queen elizabeth when she described him as one of the candidates now and the result is out boris johnson has won the leadership contest at the conservative party correspondent shot of parts is in london and joins me now from there so shallow as you said boris
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johnson was a favorite of the has one what did you make of what he had to say off to his in his victory speech. well i thought his speech was very conciliatory he was sinking not only to reason may rule he has fought for the past 2 years when she was in office as prime minister but also thanking his rival jeremy hunt the current foreign minister for a fair race he said so he was being very conciliatory and i think this is exactly what he needs to be right now because the conservative party in itself is an extremely divided boris johnson is an incredibly divisive figure we have already seen kind of this announcement in expectation that he would become the next prime minister a number of resignations from. cabinet members saying opposing the next administration saying they wouldn't under a prime minister johnson and johnson here was trying to reach out to those in his
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party that are opposing him they are opposing him by the way because boris johnson has about to take the u.k. out of the european union even without a deal and some many in the conservative party. so i think the speech was very conciliatory very much looking now as to what he wants what kind of prime minister he wants to be but he didn't go in detail yet on any policies on specialty not on the contentious topic of. he didn't go in detail saying how you would land on handling that situation. because that was not what the president do. in the studio kids you listen to what to say lots of interesting soundbites and what he said but what did you make off his initial comments i mean it was very much what we were expecting in true boris
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johnson style very relaxed and at the podium given his victory speech with his hand in his pocket and already rolling out the puns as he takes over. reading quite daunting task but as we had from boris johnson the new conservative party leader in the u.k. he is not daunted by this task before him which of course is delivering breck's that i think was interesting that he brought up 3 main points of he said that he wants to deliver bricks that unite the country and defeat jeremy colvin but of course the main thing everyone will be focusing on 1st at least over here in germany and also in brussels across the e.u. will be how boris johnson when he is likely endorsed tomorrow by the queen to become the new u.k. prime minister how intends on delivering breck's it of course one of the big scares here in germany is of course his vow to pull the u.k. out of the e.u.
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that deadline of the october something that germany wants to avoid that could have huge economic repercussions. and business and so they will be watching very close they self said that despite last week. about the outgoing prime minister to resign may that although it wasn't an easy task and they haven't always seen eye to eye they were still always able to work in what she described as a reliable and companionable way and and germany will no doubt be hoping to continue that now but we'll just have to see exactly who as well will be in the new cabinet come tomorrow will be a lot of rumors in the u.k. of course a lot of was mentioning earlier some senior cabinet ministers have already said they are standing down they're not willing to support boris johnson's there will be interesting to see if he even now if he can get that support back home for bracks and his new cabinet. yet another task to get support behind him in the
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e.u. as well of course he is somewhat of a foe and less of a friend in circles as well as if you think back to where he started in the journalist many give him at least the credit to speak of beginning that those controversial comments about the e.u. in the u.k. as role in the e.u. . in london you know the task ahead of boris johnson prime minister tomorrow is daunting but it is mentioned he doesn't look daunted at all and throw out his gun if comments there was a lot of humor there are a lot of puns what happens next now because he wants to unite the country and he said his father was the campaign is over the book starts what is this book now. well i mean 1st of all he has to become prime minister and he's not yet the leader
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of the conservative party now and tomorrow we will see the reason may giving a resignation speech in front of number 10 downing street then heading to the queen to hand in her official resignation and shortly after then the queen will welcome boris johnson and officially. announce a mass the new prime minister he will then move into number 10 and of course take calls from world leaders congratulating them among bad donald trump the u.s. president is going to be amongst them a very important relationship going forward because the united kingdom desperately wants a good trade deal with the united states for after they have left the european union so it's going to be very interesting to see how these 2 men get along course other world leaders we're expecting to call them this well like the chancellor of germany he will appoint now the ministers for his cabinet it's going to be very interesting to see whether those more breaks the cheers that are going to help him and stand
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behind him in his push to get the u.k. out of the european union by october 31st so we are expecting those announcement and for sure we will see also a few more resignations and he will also sec people when he comes into number 10 downing street so there could be a fair bit of political turbulence and had with the next 48 hours are going to be very interesting as we see how this all pans out charlotte in a london thank you very much for your coverage from there and with me in the studio i thank political correspondent for your assessment a new analysis as the united kingdom has a new leader of the conservative party and his name is baras johnson thank you both . so britain has a new conservative party leader and to be prime minister barak's johnson it was an unlikely twist for the man who once said there was as much chance of finding ever
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specially on mars as off him becoming prime minister here's a look at his career and his unlikely rise to power. he no longer has to knock boris johnson now has the keys to number 10 he started his career in journalism but politics came calling in 2001 he won a seat in parliament for the conservative party in 2008 came a new challenge therefore officially declared boris johnson to be elected as the next of london. mayor johnson oversaw the 2012 summer olympics in london and the games were a success supporting him into the global limelight. frightfulness it's over i suppose compete. but in a good way in a good way that will that do. famous for his is centric behavior but also for his
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embarrassing gaffes like here when he knocked over a 10 year old boy during a rugby game in tokyo. but it was on the issue of breck's it that he was most controversial johnson defied his prime minister becoming a leading figure in the campaign for britain to leave the e.u. . will remain locked in the back of the car driven in an uncertain direction from me to a place we don't want to go and perhaps by a driver who doesn't speak the very best of english leaf warned the referendum but there was controversy over some of the claims made by johnson and his fellow brits it is. may 2016 for a new prime minister to raise a may made him her foreign secretary to many a surprise appointment. a personal statement was the polish jones. johnson was the author of may's vision for press it and resigned in protest it is not too
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late to save brits when may couldn't get her brakes if your 3 parliament she announced her resignation and johnson emerged as the front runner to take her job 3 years and 2 missed deadlines we must leave the e.u. on october the 30. 3 trav vats would now be the greatest challenge for prime minister johnson but he's promised to make bricks it happen deal or no deal or. there's some crossover to brussels correspondent max max how does the russes view the u.k. prime boris johnson as the new prime minister of the united kingdom as he will be tomorrow. of course johnson has quite a reputation here he spent a lot of time here in brussels his father used to work at the commission so he spent a good deal of his youth growing up here and then later before he entered politics
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a career in politics he spent a career in journalism working as a newspaper correspondent from here in brussels reporting on you policies and some say that he started the tradition of british skeptical journalism by putting a colorful and exaggerated stories about what's happening here in the boncelles bubble so then later as a foreign minister while visiting the european council johnson got the reputation of being very ill informed that on diplomatic so he remains your boss was as a very controversial figure. so a lot of money using the threat of a no deal brigs it to force the e.u. to reopen the drawer agreement is that likely to happen. johnson is using this threat as a strong negotiating hand which could easily backfire the deal that was agreed upon $28.00 member states took 17 months to 2 to find it entails $600.00 papers of
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legal documents so it's quite difficult to to unravel and start all over again plus the us been very precise and has been very clear that this is the best deal that they will get that britain will get and it's not up for renegotiation in fact just before the announcement the deputy head of the e.u. commission funston among so called a possible northfield bret's at a tragedy and he said quote the united kingdom reach an agreement with the european union and the european union will stick to the agreement. but they has been some talk already in brussels that and the e.u. is prepared to offer the u.k. another extension to the majority deadline how likely is that. well this all depends on the prime minister the prime minister has to request a formal formally request another extension a 3rd extension of the backs of dead though which is on the 31st of october right now and then the council will have to agree on that so at the moment it all depends
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on the boris johnson and what his plans or. right mark sunda our correspondent in brussels reacting to the election of boris johnson as the leader of the conservative party in the united kingdom thank you very much. you're watching news has a recap of the top story that you're following feel boris johnson has been elected the new leader of britain's conservative party and is now expected to become the country's next prime minister the former foreign minister and former mayor of london comfortably won advantage of party members as predicted my post says in his victory speech johnson repeated his vow to deliver bread sit and you're not the country. you're watching the dublin news from berlin show football our show kickoff is up next looking at the phenomenal was why success of the german bundesliga club by munich to stay with us if you can otherwise i was here the tokyo with more news and information till then
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this is deja news coming to you live from berlin a new leader for britain's conservative party a prime minister in waiting and boris johnson pledges to take the u.k. out of the european union and the brits will unite the country and defeat. political. conservative party members the rebels mainly votes to place johnston at the head of their party setting him up to become educated next prime minister. hun welcome cheema boris johnson is the new leader of britain's governing conservatives after comfortably winning a postal ballot of party members. as the leader of the conservative
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i. johnson won 65 percent of the vote in a head to head race against foreign minister jeremy hunt to victory put some a step closer to fulfilling his long held ambition of becoming british prime minister the current prime minister to resign me is expected to officially hand in her resignation tomorrow paving the way for johnson to take over her job. joining me now is our london correspondent charlotte pass shallow what is your reaction to the result of this leadership contest no surprise. shall do you hear me i think we're having trouble with the line to london charlotte to hear me. i think we having trouble with that line so while we we why the way to kind of establish a line to her let's take a listen to what boris johnson had to say after the result of the leadership
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contest was announced his 1st speech as the diff the conservative party i. thank you cheryl thank you charles thank you very much brandon for plant traffic but as we will organize campaign i think it did a lot of credit is as proud of his just said to our party to our values and to our ideals but i want to begin by thanking my opponent here me by common consent absolutely formidable campaigner and a great leader and a great politician in the course of 2020 hustings one has to start out events it was more than 3000 miles by those about 7000 miles that we did crisscrossing the country you've been friendly you've been could make should you be the forms of excellent ideas all of which i propose to steal. with. and above all i want to thank going lida to reason mary for her extraordinary service to this
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party and to this country it was a it could be it was a privilege to serve in her cabinet and to see the passion and determination that she brought to the many causes that are her legacy from equal pay for men and women to tackling the problems of mental health and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system thank you to resign thank you and i want to thank all of you all of you here today obviously everybody in the conservative party for your hard work for your campaigning our fuel public spirit and obviously for the extraordinary honor and privilege that you've just conferred on me and i know that there will be people around the place who will question the wisdom of your decision.
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and there may even be some people here who still wonder what quite what they have done and i would just point out you that of course nobody no one party no one person has a monopoly of wisdom but if you look at the history of the last 200 years of this party's existence you will see that it is we conservatives who have had the best insights i think into human nature and in the best interest and set it to how to manage the jostling sets of instincts in the human hot. and time and again it is to us that the people of this country have turned to get that balance right between the instinct to own your own house home to spend your own money to look after your own family good instincts proper instincts noble instincts and the equally noble instinct to share and to give everyone
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a fair chance in life and to look after the poorest in the neediest and to build a great society and on the whole in the last 200 years it is we conservatives who have understood best how to encourage those instincts to work together in harmony to promote the good of the whole country and today at this pivotal moment in our history we again have to reconcile 2 sets of instincts 2 noble sets of instincts between the deep desire for friendship and free trade and mutual support in security and defense between britain and our european partners and the small taney of society equally deep and heartfelt the democratic self-government in this country. some people say that their irreconcilable
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and they just can't be done and indeed i read in my financial times this morning the very. seriously the great great great great british great british crown i read in my financial times this morning that their new incoming leader they were incoming leader has ever faced such a daunting set of circumstances it said when i look at you this morning and i ask myself do you look daunted. do you feel daunted. i mean i think that we know that we can do it and that the people of this country are trusting us to do it and we know that we will do it and we know the mantra of the campaign that is just. in case you've forgotten it. it is the brits. unite the country. and that is if i and i mean i was a london correspondent shot
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a bus shot what is your reaction to the result of that leadership contest which has been won by boris johnson no surprise there well it is it doesn't come as a surprise everybody here and london and the u.k. was expecting that he got twice as many votes as his rival jeremy hunt the current foreign minister and we have to say jeremy hunt ran a good companion we have to say that to be fair but boris johnson was just more popular with the membership base of the chary party that voted and just to remind you there are 60000000 people in this country in the u.k. 160000 of them now it shows the conservative leader and they are by the next prime minister amrita now you're standing in front of parliament that's where tomorrow a bar is chance johnson will need to win his majorities in the future especially on greg said how difficult is that going to be for him. it's going to be
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tremendously difficult for him really because the conservatives hold just a very very slight majority in parliament and to resign may wasn't able to get a majority while she was in office as prime minister she has tried again and again to get home withdraw all agreements that divorce part of the bricks the deal for the u.k. to leave the european union through parliament and she has failed so the question is why would boris why would parliament changes my it's mind now that boris johnson is becoming the prime minister so he has to work with those slight majority so he really has to rally his own party also behind him because they are extremely divided on the issue of bracks said boris johnson has promised as we've been reporting that he wants to leave to the you have the u.k. leave the european union come what may no matter what and many members of his own
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party are not very happy with that so they have been we have seen a number of resignations already. of ministers senior ministers saying they are not going to be the next i think the station and boris johnson and showed me just how to listen to boris johnson's so-called victory speech and he promised 3 things and he talked about deliver great city you're not the country and defeat jeremy cool but in jeremy coleman of course is the leader of the labor party do you think the snap election could be around the corner. well it might you never know what is happening here what is going to happen in the u.k. i don't think that boris johnson himself would call a snap election he has just gotten the keys to downing street and he has been waiting for that for a long time so i don't know why he would call a snap election but of course there are other ways to call a general election and then it would be
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a showdown between boris johnson and jeremy hunt on the other hand we have to save both euro skeptics of course boris johnson has led the for campaign during that referendum but also jeremy colvin is not very much on the european side he's been a euro skeptic all along so it's going to be a very interesting race between these 2 complete polar opposite men if it came to a general election and i think other parties like the liberal democrats for example who are very much pro european and who want to remain in the european union would profit from that now again what in his speech had to be interesting the sentence when you talked about managing the joyous things said to instinct in the human heart and he said the conservative party was best placed to do that it had the insights into the human heart is still conservative prosecutor but tomorrow he's going to become prime minister tell us what happens next what are the steps which
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take place now. so we're going to see i think a number of major cabinet announcements from from boris johnson and we will learn for example who becomes the next foreign minister if jeremy hunt for extra stay on his rival in the leadership race if you would stay on this foreign minister who becomes defend its minister is set of course very important posts and we will know more about that tonight and the cause of the day tomorrow but then tomorrow it's really crunch day the turnaround between. matter of hours and what we will see happening is that theresa may hold a resignation speech in front of the 10 downing street she will then go to the queen. to officially resign her post as prime minister and shortly after the queen will welcome boris johnson for the 1st time and officially make him prime minister he will then go to number 10 downing street and hold
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a short speech before he himself moves in there it's a very interesting process 50 percent of employees from to resume a civil servants will stay on to just ensure that kind of continuity within downing street 50 per cent annually appointed by boris johnson and it's going to be very interesting to see who he's taking as his close advisors that's where they will be interesting to see shall stay where you are because i'll come back to you when you're standing in front of parliament where the appears to be a very noisy protest going on and judging by the flags that i'm seeing behind you it is possibly a pro e.u. protest but silvio i'll come back to you later but 1st let's move on and once claimed it was unlikely he would become prime minister and he said that there was as much chance of finding elvis presley on mons but many who knew boris johnson also say that leaving the u.k. government has always been his goal in life let's take a look at johnson's career and his sometimes bumpy rise to power.
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he no longer house to knock johnson now has the keys to number 10 he started his career in journalism but politics came calling in 2001 he won a seat in parliament for the conservative party in 2008 came a new challenge for officially to clear. to be elected as the next. mayor johnson over 2012 summer olympics. the games were a success at supporting him into the global limelight the overwhelming feeling is is. thankfulness that it's over us because compete take it. in a good way in a good way about that will that do. famous for his the centric behavior but also for his embarrassing gaffes like here when he knocked over a 10 year old boy during
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a rugby game in tokyo. but it was on the issue of breck's it he was most controversial johnson defied his prime minister becoming a leading figure in the campaign for britain to leave the e.u. . will remain locked in the back of the car driven in an uncertain direction from it to a place we don't want to go and perhaps by a driver who doesn't speak the very best of english leave one director random but there was controversy over some of the claims made by johnson and his fellow brits it is. may 26th seen for a new prime minister to raise a may made him her foreign secretary to many a surprise appointment. a personal statement as to boris johnson yeah but johnson was the ultimate maze vision for brick sit and resigned in protest it is not too late to say brits. when may couldn't get her breakthrough deal with 3 parliament
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she announced her resignation and johnson emerged as the front runner to take her job for 3 years and 2 missed deadlines we must leave the e.u. on october. trav vats would now be the greatest challenge for prime minister always johnson but he's promised to make bricks it happen deal or no deal. and returning now to a shot of parts in london and from brussels we have our correspondent max max let me start with you now the illness be closely watching the leaders there watching the results of this initiative contest of the conservative party in the u.k. has there been any reaction yet in brussels to the election of bars johnson. yes the chief brix of negotiator michel barnier was among the 1st to react to the announcement and he said that the european union would work closely together to
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manage an orderly. basically repeating the e.u. guidelines and also there was reactions from acting or the now commission president . and through a spokesperson he congratulated boris johnson to his election but didn't add any other news to it we're going to turn to you a shot of what's happened still boris johnson's rival for the job jeremy conj the current foreign minister well that is a good question we don't know yet of course but one possibility is that his rival will stay on as foreign minister we have to remember at the moment the u.k. is in an international crisis with iran it's a major international crisis because because iran has captured a u.k. flag it's a tanker carrying oils through the gulf through the straight talk from us and the
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u.k. has an iranian tanker and its hands so this is a crisis that is unfolding jeremy hunt really has been the face of this crisis and he has been getting criticism but he has also been more present than any other member of the government so far so it might be a matter of stability that boris johnson will keep him on as foreign minister and max not boris johnson's whole campaign has been on delivering briggs' a do or die by the 21st off too but he's completely rejected the deal which was a read on by the e.u. he will soon renegotiate it is a delusion to think that he can get a new deal. well he's certainly trying everything he can including threats to get a no deal but the line of the european union the member states it was quite clear they said time and time again that they would not reopen the due to do that is on
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the table right now that has not been ratified at home in great britain but in the european council this is the deal that they're going to get now the only thing that has changed is basically who the european union who the member states the council they would be dealing with but apart from that there that sets to not change not alter the deal what's commission president elect was off on the line already said that she would be willing to extend the deadline to give. british governments more time to explain the deal to sell the deal back home in the u.k. . evidently you shall have because you know there are some critics off boris johnson in europe some critics regard him as a bit of a bumbling fool is there any kind of indication as to how he feels as to how he's perceived among the europeans if it bothers him in any way. yeah no i don't think he sees it that way of course i mean he is very glad now that he has
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made it finally into number 10 downing street and i think his main focus will be on breakfast and the coming days that he will have to outline a concrete plan there on what he is going to do until october 31st basically and his 1st $100.00 days in office and it's going to be very very crucial for him right parts in london max zonda in brussels thank you both very much for your perspectives on the election of. johnson as the leader of the conservative party in the u k. let's turn to some other news and let me bring you up to date with other stories making news around the wild south korean fighter jets fired hundreds of warning shots off the russian military economic advantage of the country's aspace so it says the russian planes flew over dr islands also claimed by japan which cause them talking russia's defense ministry denies the accusations saying it's
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valmai sky drills over international waters. authorities in singapore have seized record $8.00 tons of elephant ivory $113000000.00 the seizure also includes pangolin scales what $36000000.00 donnas singapore is often used by smugglers as a transit route for illegal animal products. swedish climate change activist doonbeg has delivered an impassioned speech to the french national assembly some rightwing opposition members boycotted a speech calling to a prophetess in shorts in 16 and the 16 it all started the friday for future strikes to combat climate change. here's present donald trump has struck a positive note in his 1st meeting with pakistani prime minister in don come on relations between the 2 countries have been strained for many years but now the
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u.s. is hoping pakistan could be key to ending u.s. military involvement in neighboring afghanistan. looking to reset a rocky relationship the leaders of pakistan and the united states have been focal critics of each opposite ministrations but they want each other's help imran khan is seeking to have millions of dollars of u.s. aid restored after donald trump cut it off last year but all of that can come about depending on what we work out and depending on whether con will help broker a peace deal in afghanistan he says pakistan's leverage with the taliban is crucial because the closest we have been through at least the. real vote. in the coming days we will be able to urge the follow on to speak with you on no more than going to sit with a political solution the u.s. wants to extricate itself from an 18 year war that has cost billions of dollars
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while a flurry of talks have resulted in pledges for peace regular taliban attacks have continued to claim lives. may hope that monday's meeting is a step towards a cease fire but he couldn't resist musing about a plan b. i have plans on afghanistan that if i wanted to win that war afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth who would regard the. it would be over and literally in 10 days and i don't want to do it i don't want to go that route those comments spot in kabul by the government has asked for an official powerful case. and from what i'm not joined by the. asia desk show me firstly how significant is this meeting in non-conscious taken his military commander in chief with him and it seems there is a convergence of interests which could lead to improved ties between the 2 countries. you see that imran khan has been sympathetic to the
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taliban throughout his career is political could. he denies that islam about the box. finances islamist militants in the northern areas in afghanistan the army says the same thing former prime minister nawaz sharif criticised the army to didley told them to stop supporting the taliban and other militant groups within pakistan so there was a conflict between former prime minister and the army the army but now we see that embryonic. general who is visiting with gone to washington there on the same page so. to make about the policy to get things done i think it is a good opportunity for the civilian government and also to the u.s. . get things done no probably so it all hinges on getting a success for the stealing of done is done but of god this done is not happy
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a tour with donald trump's rhetoric trump said he could wipe out of coniston off the map in a space of 10 days if you wanted how discovered responded to this. presidential palace condemned the statement they wanted more clarification from trump and they said that they would not like any foreign intervention of gun is done it's not just unhappy about drums statement you have to understand that of guns are unhappy that apparently the u.s. is giving more leverage to pakistan it's probably the u.s. won't pakistan to play a major role in this and of guns have always been going skeptical of the i.s.i. the pakistani military's intelligence agency. the civilian government so i believe that guns are pretty unhappy with the whole situation what was the way things are
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unraveling at the moment an adult from what so brought up the kashmir dispute between india and pakistan in fact even came that indian prime minister met in them with the and asked him to mediate in this dispute what can you tell us about how this was received. well india did not i did immediately and opposition parties are urging you know the prime mr modi to make a clear statement on this india does not want any international mediation india does not consider the kashmir conflict an international conflict in. its internal matter it gives a concession actually to pakistan when it says it's a bilateral dispute so india would never agree to such a thing it is surprising that drum came up with this idea he could mediate the kashmir conflict. doesn't sound very viable to me i.
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mean she sounds from death thank you very much for that analysis. thanks for having me. here's a recap of the top story that we're following for you at this hour morris johnson is in line to become the next british prime minister of fun doing is election to lead the british conservatives johnson was elected by a comfortable majority of party members current prime minister to resign it is due to resign tomorrow. you're watching the debbie news up next close up on documentary looks into coaching a social credit system monitors citizens' behavior that's coming up next the do remember you can always get the latest news and information around the clock on our website does the job dot com throw me under that she might in the news team is my finale i see you in half an hour and look forward to that.
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total surveillance. every face is scandal and identifying user behavior on the internet is monitored. undesirable actions are. china is one in the past toward becoming a digital dictatorship with total control over its citizens china need no dark corners and. close up next on t.w. . robots are still in the development phase of some but what's going to happen when they grow up. will schumann's and machines be able to peacefully coexist.
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or are we on the verge of a remarkable lives. if we just bumble into this totally unprepared with our heads in the sand fusing to think about what could go wrong then let's face it it's probably going to be the biggest mistake in human history. artificial intelligence is now spreading throughout our society. is this the beginning of a golden digital age. will we be subjected to continuous state surveillance. for ai will experts be able to agree on ethical guidelines for or will this technology create deadly new autonomous weapon systems. such as robot alleged starts aug 14th on t w.
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china has long been a survivalist types now big brother big docs have. in trials across the country cameras and spine where watching mapping your digital footprints every step you take. what you do say and even think is being monitored and mocked against your. party calls it social credit a personal school a cause for 1400000000 citizens rewards for good behavior and punishments for bad it's all fully operational yes but this with force will show you a vision of china's dystopian future the world's 1st digital dictatorship.
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china's cities are already flush with cameras around 200000000 of them. what's changing is they getting smarter. you are illegally crossing this road stand back you are illegally crossing this road to stand back.
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china is positioning itself to lead the world in acts of fishel into. surveillance technology is it key proving ground. facial recognition body scanning and geo tracking matched with your personal data and online behavior will power the social credit system leaving no dock corner to hide in. the world intelligence congress intangible big brothers new choice our own shop. several of the exhibit is here including tech giant alibaba and now working with the state to write the algorithms that will calculate your social credit score they've already got to know how and they use a doctor from their financial credit system alley pat
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a manager of 10 jing is chunk. here you tell you about tonight you once a person has a school all their credit behavior in life is recorded and can be valuated by that number if you are goal is to ensure that if people keep their promises they can go anywhere in the world and if they break their promises they won't be able to move an inch. sounds dramatic but it's the posh line. pilot programs for a national social credit system are already on the way by 2020 the official outlined budgets it will allow the trust worthy to run freely under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step. i
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don't coordinate our china can make such great achievements very quickly which i'm very proud of all. the while in your job so that your development of big data and other digital technologies it's getting more and more convenient to live in china house of those that almost one drawn by 100 function better. than dan dan is going places very much the modern chinese woman. she's a marketing professional diligent and prosperous and sees clear skies in her digital future. to resume tell the government already knows a lot about our personal information. so i think if this system can integrate big
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data and all the information together it will be more efficient. a model citizen done general rights highly on social credit. that are every action will be tracked and judged is fine by hook. or otherwise you are not are all the i think people in every country want to safe and stable society . if as our government says cameras are installed on every corner of public space i will feel safer to go to town on a hot social order that will reach oakland trying to. turn dance criminal academic and medical records will fade into her school as well as state security here says. her shopping habits will be another measure.
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this school could even change in real time depending on what she puts in a trolley. by a lot of alcohol suggests dependants. lose a couple of points. by a pack of nappies again if you suggest responsibility. lights on mortgage payments or your tax return lose a lot more. not that dan dan would risk that she keeps a close eye on her financial writing viral mobile payment app so this is sesame credit so what's the score that you have to say this is so distressed 773 was the maximum you can get i think is a 100 feet got a pretty good score oh i am what i think of doing while not the best but yes it's our own top 7 simple answer is what kind of access or what kind of privileges does that give you and this is for like for rent cars i don't have to pay paul they say
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you don't have $5000.00 we have and this is also for on hold how. deposit for renting. china's middle class is on the rise. like jan jan they're mostly young urban used to living much of their lives online and on devices. yeah let's at each other i can show you how to use only pay and you can start and forced you know what is it ali baba. so it's only possible for utility payments it also records your stamps as you walk and you can click and check on your friends oh. yeah we'll all share the out with you if you join both of us get
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a coupon i will tell you it's here. for you would you agree we're always good for a meal and the social credit system is not totally new. thing was i think it's always been there now it's just in a more efficient format an online or digital format essential functions for drugs so you wonder what it's based on the system we already have to. do your dice and ultimately partner with will also effect your social credit. then then married for love but she also chose the right husband john shouting school is likely to be even higher than her who's challenging is a civil servant with the justice department a loyal car driver of the party. to tell them what they offer the we need
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a social credit system in china we hope we can help each other love each other and help everyone become prosperous as president she said will be rich democratic cultural harmonious and beautiful sound she will sing us will only go one and then go to she's hoping for the country's future. it's also the hope of the old chinese nation that she was funny as a woman chandra was a new issue. in current times in trouble in the theater you can see from the chinese people's mental state their eyes are blinded and their ears are blocked what are all these are your only child and they know little about the world and live in an illusion and in a few hundreds in the 20. first
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. i've come to chongqing city a high tech metropolis in central china where the jailing river meets the yanks and i'm here to meet one of the 10000000 people who've seen the dark side of the social credit system investigative journalist leo who. with his street smart hands on approach who has exposed high level corruption and solve to murder cases abandoned by the police in many countries he'd be celebrated not in china where there are no tone from our time the government regards me as an enemy and then the mainstream media is like a propaganda machine for the party. when their main duty is to indoctrinate people and keep them from knowing the facts. in my view if someone wants to prevent
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corruption being revealed then they're corrupt too and could have actually one. in 2015 who lost a defamation case after you cues to an official of extortion he was made to publish an apology and pay a fine but when the court demanded an additional $3.00 who refused then in 27 saying he found himself suddenly locked out of society under a pilot social credits game he'd been blacklisted as dishonest. i have friends who are lawyers and judges they told me that these so-called dishonest personnel are people in debt and i don't owe any money so i shouldn't be on the blacklist. one point i'm going to follow in the meantime who maintains he has fully met the terms of his 25th day in case he believes he's blacklisting is
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political but he has no way of challenging it. i think there are a lot of people who are on the blacklist wrongly and true or not with but they can't get off and. how many are bad who. is poor social credit writing has shut down his travel options and confined him to effect of house arrest in cianci. right now my ability to travel is limited to think now i can't book high speed trains or flights we're going to show you when we don't think we'll use this app to book tickets you know say from chongqing to be on the. let's try to book a ticket for the next few days down to the end of here and what is inside of you changing it says an email to make a booking for where you can be my access to high speed rail is legally restricted
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to our teens and home neutral. whose social media accounts have also been closed before his arrest he had nearly 2000000 followers it's where he published much of his journalism. i had more than 10 wave 0 accounts go now they're all gone and the me of this is the newest one very good thing as it got blocked recently to get to washington or. to scrapes by writing for an online publication using press to get of reports are on hold. it's not his 1st run in with censorship in august 23rd saying he was detained without trial after exposing a senior party members links with a legal prostitution this is a ray creation based on whose accounts it during your behavior is defamation do you admit it. and. if you admit guilt the leader will be happy and set you free
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money. over the course of a year he was interrogated more than 70 times and now compare what they threaten me saying that i must cooperate and if i didn't i'd lose my job and even my wife and children you know hired them hala. who refused to confess and was eventually released. now he's trapped again the 4 walls of a cell replaced by social credits dragnet. changing it's been 5 years since i was released that i'm going to hire should be on big changes have taken place in the media industry and i'm thinking honey on. 320 are a lot of people have left the industry especially journalists doing investigative
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reports as you hunting or. through but i still love this work and i want to continue to be a journalist here of course and i want to keep on reporting as much as possible. and once he has won. i'm going to a place where the principles of social credits have been taken to brutal extremes the party doesn't want the world to know about its reporting on the situation is risky. to get there we must fly 4000 kilometers from by jean to the western edge of china she jack the nation's largest province and according to some the world's largest open prison. shin junk is the homeland of the weak it's turkey people obviously make fight.
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china's rulers have struggled to control the region and its people for 2 millenia. surveillance technology is the new weapon in their campaign. ah ah ah ah ah. all those are up to him said. c'mon this surveillance system is suddenly ramped up after the end of 2060. since then advanced surveillance technology which we've never seen her experienced or heard of started to appear. tom here is a we get filmmaker and poets from this huge jang city of cash. you can talk about the situation there because he managed to escape with his family to the u.s. where they've applied for political asylum. he made the decision to flee last year
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. we got a phone call from the police station instructing us to come by. kaesong lot but we were taken to the basement. so i spoke about there were manacles and shackles hanging in the cellars iron chairs come with tiger chairs and the criminals are strapped in mind. we went inside and there were about 20 to 30 people there but we were all we welcomed. and. could look around the can commune and get a bit of chicken and as we look along. when it was our turn they drew blood from my wife and me kong next they took our voice samples. of our fingerprints were taken and star craft talking finished the fingerprinting they began their facial analysis i don't think in. terms of condemned at disney they started recording and we look straight at the camera. i missed out of the look then
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we got to the right on the can and barack. look at our 1st and then back. come back i look down. tarja and he's wife were being scanned by facial recognition software their faces match from all angles to enhance accuracy they were even forced to produce a range of facial expression so. we thought of law this controlling surveillance system specifically targeting wiggers. but. by that reason is people like us count as one of the minorities in china along ethnic culture is always the 1st target for the little oppression. but in georgia and channeled. inside
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cash it's almost impossible to report independently government officials do their best to conceal any sign of the oppression the hue describes look closer and the cracks appear the party approved vision of the city is a facade cashcard historic old town has been demolished and just one section rebuilt as a sort of we get theme park the chinese tourists. you can buy souvenirs try the local cuisine. and even see you shop.
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but there's tension in the year. the locals can't speak with us. armed guards and cameras keep a watchful eye and chinese flags climb the rooftops even the diam of the mosque. so it's quite difficult but the film here we've got about 6 mind is with this stuff all the time of it telling us what we can fill the time to sometimes they delayed now material but on top of that we've got about another 8 to 10 security guards that further restrict our movements or i can tell you from the car they're set up at a kind of grid like management system and every 100 meters or so busy you see a police station and they're aided with a normas amounts of c.c.t.v. cameras with facial recognition to really have a total control busy here. what is clearly said there is quite a brutal repressive crackdown going on here and technology is at the center of it.
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she take on social credit is simple and ruthless. citizens here and not given a school stage they're divided into just 3 categories trustworthy average untrustworthy. if you're han chinese you know damed trustworthy and granted freedom of movement. but if you we got your average with restrictions imposed on travel and religious practices if you're a weak a mile who breaks those restrictions you'll marked as untrustworthy and detained in what the party calls education and training centers. talking of how much has another name for them. it was like a night of. the concentration camps are very congested and overpopulated with detainee. they have to study political propaganda 12 hours
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a day on. term which food and drinking water and living conditions are very poor like a little. many people are getting sick in the camps. when we were still living back home we started to hear that some people were even dying there. in august this year the un announced it in saying credible reports there over a 1000000 we give a currently held without charging camps in chief john purely because of their ethnicity the chinese government rejects the klein insisting it only did tines convicted terrorists tardy his personal experience tells a different story when she and john authorities discovered he had fled to america is probably and 2 brothers in law disappeared. going to
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mass and it's impossible to communicate with them. there in the concentration cost . even contacting their families their wives isn't possible now. as we've heard come on tell him i'm sure we can. but if we do the police will know immediately and they on the other is will be taken to the camps as well as their. back in cianci journalist who worries for his family to blacklisting on social credit has cast a shadow on those closest to hear. shots yan who. is an old journalist calling. you it's us or them watching it's a war and nation i'm not on the black place yet if i do end up on it it seems it would be like the system of collective punishment in feudal times where if one
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person breaks the law all associated people are also punished and ends up going into if that happens here it's not social credit it's political extremism to working with and some. like talking who is risking the welfare of his friends and family to alert the world to china's experiment in high tech social engineering he says people don't fully comprehend what's to come a digital totalitarian state where algorithms decide you will fight and nothing can be questioned and controlled for the. i think it's wrong that our this kind of social control goes against the tide of the world. we always say we should learn from the good aspects of western countries. but when it comes to limiting the government's power we don't learn anything too frequent harassment on your troll
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mentions the. barry goldwater don't call for a border at all china has the largest population in the world where this is very different from western countries from 0. point 20 can have a happiest thing for me is to see my children live a happy and healthy life can hold so i hope my son can do what he wants to you and gets a good education and lives a harmonious life. to me that's the most important thing to have during a joyful. friend dan dan and husbands shall jinx high social credits and give their son ribeiro a running start the provisions in protections of the party will be bestowed upon him so long as mom and dad keep the credits up there was
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a lot of pad soldiers in a position to hold on to befall though the new system isn't perfect china likes to experiment on its creative way trying continuously make improvements to suit our society munch about how difficult how. i see a positive future for and i hope that this new system will bring good things to the chinese people at that actually.
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this is deja news coming to you live from the land a new leader for britain's conservative party a prime minister in waiting and boris johnson pledges to take the u.k. it onto the european union and deliver britain unite the country and defeat him because of it and that is a look at the top conservative party members all the good many votes took place in johnston at the head of the party setting him off to become the u.k.'s next prime minister. helen. welcome i'm retired shima boris johnson is a new leader of britain's governing conservatives after comfortably winning a postal ballot of party member as forrest johnson was elected as the leader of the
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confab if. johnson won 65 percent of the vote in a head to head race against foreign minister jeremy hunt the victory put simple step closer to becoming prime minister the current todo off the office to resign me is expected to officially handed her resignation tomorrow behaving the way for johnson to take over her job. now in his acceptance speech johnson said that voters were looking to conservatives to strike the right balance in delivering big city here's what he said but. this pivotal moment in our history we again have to reconcile 2 sets of instincts 2 noble sets of instincts between the deep desire for friendship and free trade and mutual support and security and defense between britain and our european partners and the small tain use desire equally deep and heartfelt the democratic government in this
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country for joining me now is our london correspondent show a lot of pot shots of what has been the reaction to the result of the leadership contest in the conservative party. well boris johnson's friends and fans are of calls excited to see him in that position and to move into number 10 downing street tomorrow they are saying that he brings the right optimism to the table to finally solve the u.k.'s problems and of course they have plenty his critics of course saying that johnson is unfit for office that he is unfocused and not very detail oriented and that is that he is going to be a bad prime minister and i think overall many people here in the u.k. are asking themselves how in a country of 60000000 people only 160000 those conservative members got to vote for him and finally decide who is going to be the next prime minister so want to all of the next steps before johnson takes over as prime minister.
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so we will hear a number of cabinet announcements at some point today and also tomorrow of course the main ministries there being foreign and defense who is going to be on that cabinet it's a big question because he is probably going to rally some of those bricks a ts that are going to help him get the u.k. out of the european union in his cabin and together we're going to see him move into number 10 downing street tomorrow to rescind may hold some final speech in front of downing street will then head over to the queen hand in her official resignation and very quickly after boris johnson will join the queen and become officially the new prime minister he will then move into downing street and we can expect later on tomorrow of course calls to. calls from world leaders for the new prime minister amongst and i'm sure donald trump 2 men that have to have
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a good partnership going forward because the u.k. needs a good tree it trades deal with the united states when they are leaving finally the european union rush out of bullets in front of the british parliament but a noisy. protest is going on do stay there because i'll come back to you shortly. but 1st boris johnson once claimed that there was as much chance of finding ever specially on mas as of him becoming prime minister but many who know him also say that leading the u.k. government has always been his goal in life here's a look at johnson's career and his sometimes bumpy rise to power. he no longer has to knock johnson now has the keys to number 10 he started his career in journalism but politics came calling in 2001 he won a seat in parliament for the conservative party in 2008 came
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a new challenge therefore officially declared boris johnson to be elected as the next of london. mayor johnson oversaw the 2012 summer olympics in london the games were a success supporting him into the global limelight. frightfulness abuse over a supposed compete take. but in a good way in a good way that will that do. famous for his they centric behavior but also for his embarrassing gaffes like here when he knocked over a 10 year old boy during the rugby game in tokyo. but it was on the issue of breck's it that he was most controversial johnson defied his prime minister becoming a leading figure in the campaign for britain to leave the e.u. . will remain locked in the back of the car driven in an uncertain direction
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to a place we don't want to go and. buy a driver who doesn't speak the very best of. leaf one director of end but there was controversy over some of the claims made by johnson and his fellow brits it is. a made. 2016 for a new prime minister to raise and i made him her foreign secretary to many a surprise appointment. a personal statement mr bush strong. but johnson was the author of may's vision for brick sits and resigned in protest it is not too late to say. when may you couldn't get her bricks if you were 3 parliament she announced her resignation and johnson emerged as the front runner to take her job 3 years to miss deadlines we must leave. on october. the greatest challenge for prime minister always johnson but he's promised to make
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bricks it happen deal or no deal. so it's somewhat chaotic path of 10 downing street and when leaders have already begun reacting to johnson's victory starting at home outgoing prime minister today is a may congratulate ing johnson here and offering to team up to deliver a bracks if that works for the whole u.k. and to keep jeremy corben out of government across the atlantic us president to trumpet backing johnson is full of confidence saying he will be great of course begs it will be a top of johnson's agenda ahead of the big sit party nigel farage raj party on the pressure wondering if he has the courage to deliver. and michel barnier that use chief vets if they go see this thing is looking forward to working constructively to achieve an orderly begs it but no sign that you will renegotiate the withdrawal agreement as johnson has repeatedly promised for and you've been
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commissioned vice president france to monza took a hard line on the prospects of renegotiating britain's exit agreement have a listen. he took a long time deciding whether it was for or against regs it. and now is position is clear. i think the position of the u. is also clear the united kingdom reached agreement with the european union and the european union will stick to that agreement and no deal breaks it heartbreaks it would be a tragedy. for all sides the shot of boss is still with us from london we're also joined now from brussels by our correspondent and the good vent of many reactions pouring in from brussels and other e.u. leaders what can you tell us. well besides the usual congratulations which are courtesy on such a day of cause you chief negotiator michele dunne you also said that he wants to
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help boris johnson to get the best draw agreement through parliament in great britain you're remember this failed 3 times for 2 reason may she tried it but it didn't do it and it's not clear if it was johnson is really up to trying this again nobody knows in brussels actually what are his plans what does he want to negotiate about and he made it abundantly clear that he won't negotiate the destroyed agreement the only thing that can happen is that they rewrite the political declaration that comes with this agreement and this declare ration is about the future relationship between britain and the you once great britain has left the union but nothing more than that and if you talk to diplomats here privately they say we don't know is he a clown or really serious protection who can deliver and he he vill he engaged seriously in the matter and johnson is still a supporter is that he will deliver
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a brick said but still with 30 first's do or die let's 1st take a listen to what he said about that in his victory speech just now i say to all the doctors. we are going to energize the country we're going to get brits done although people thought it was going to take advantage of all don't you know that it will bring in a new spirit of can do and we'll once again going to believe in ourselves and what we could achieve unlike some slumbering joint we're going to rise and paying off the guy ropes so start the negativity. so ben jonson has in the past can deceive rejected the deal with that which the e.u. and negotiated with his buddy says it isn't me when he gets a new deal a different deal as he seems so confident of day. but we don't know if you can do a new deal because there's no plan on the table then no demands from one where they go back behind the red lines to reason may put on which is leaving the ex in total
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market and leaving in the customs union if the resumption of once all that then he has more or less to stick to the distraught agreement that is already on the table and there's no time quite frankly to renegotiate all that only $100.00 days left until it would kick in and it if he doesn't apply for a postponement then breaks it will happen automatically. and shall do so given all of this i mean does boris johnson despite or has been volatile have a plan for big sit. well in his victory speech it didn't sound like do or die any more he said he wants to work with the european union in a friendly way we know that he has a big picture he wants to go back and renegotiate that withdrawal agreement not the political declaration that ban mentioned because the withdrawal agreement parliament or some members of parliament have a problem with that and as ben said the european union is not willing to
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renegotiate that so we don't know what boris johnson is going to do then and we don't also know if he is going to stick to his promise to leave the european union on october 31st come what may of course that is why his supporters the tory membership base voted for him so most likely he will try to stick to it somehow and maybe risk a no deal but we just can't know for sure with what kind of attitude yet he will go to brussels if he is going there with that extreme position or if he is going there as a pragmatist who wants to solve this issue once and for all and shouted at him he's also said he will secure not the country in defeat jeremy irwin that's the main opposition labor party leader does it sound like a snap election could be it on the corner. well one way to have a snap election would be that boris johnson calls one and i don't see that as likely at the moment yes he needs a parliamentary majority and that is why an election would make sense but he
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finally has the keys to number 10 downing street he has as we know from friends and supporters been dreaming of this his whole life so why would he give that there are other ways to call a general election and if it came to that for example a vote of no confidence and we would see a showdown between as you mentioned jeremy corbyn the leader of the opposition labor party and boris johnson very very different characters but 2 euro skeptics also. has been very skeptic on europe and has changed his position towards remaining or leaving the e.u. time and time again really don't know what they are getting when they have voting for him and so we could see possibly a pro european policy like the liberal democrats make some gains in an election like that and then to fund question for you is so far the 27 leaders have been very very united in over the issue off briggs it but given a new change of leader in britain and given
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a man like boris johnson will this day as united as they have in the past about not getting the big deal. so far there's no sign that this unity or get a correct assumption because the interests remain the same we got this who is actually in downing street number 10 to the you will stick to its plan and stick to the agreement that's my best bet dr been driven to in brussels and a shot of parts in london thank you both very much for your reporting. there's been i'll bring you up to date with some other stories making news around the bond south korean 5 digits 5 hundreds of warning shots after a russian military aircraft vonnie to the country's space so this is the russian planes flew over dr islands was a claim by japan which calls them talking shima russia's defense ministry denies
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the accusation saying it's bombers kind of drills over international waters. authorities in singapore have seized a record it point 8 tons of elephant ivory with $13000000.00 the seizure also includes pangolin scale $36000000.00 donna's singapore is often used by smugglers as a transit route for illegal animal products swedish climate change activists . delivered an impassioned speech to the french national assembly some rightwing opposition members boycotted her speech the 16 year old started the fight is for future strikes to combat climate change and the latest police in the u.s. air force a vehicle fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding the resignation of governor rick goddard assailed he's been under pressure since the release of obscenity laced chat messages that mocked his constituents they have been moved to
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attest despite his sales announcement that he was not run for reelection. a london monitoring group says at least 37 people were killed in heavy airstrikes by syrian government planes and their russian allies in the northwest of the country the syrian observatory for human rights says the strikes targeting rebel held areas around the town of russia has denied any involvement. in a town turned to rubble a life is spared. in talks and no way can i have my this footage from the syria civil defense also known as the white helmets purports to show the moment rescuers pulled a young girl alive from the debris. but dozens of others could not be saved. we were woken by the sound of the russian occupiers warplanes they fired 2 missiles
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1st then they came back and conducted a 2nd raid firing at civilians in a markets there are a lot of civilian casualties many wounded. to britain based the syrian observatory for human rights blames russia for monday's strikes but russia denies this it was the 2nd day of deadly airstrikes and it led province. on sunday locals held a hero's funeral for us i'll die i'm a journalist and member of the white helmets rescue team he was killed in airstrikes in the town of contract koon according to monitors. in the province remains the last jihad a stronghold in syria a syrian government offensive backed by russian air power has killed more than 2000 people since it began in april i live will likely be the scene of further death and destruction as russian warplanes help syria's government dress this populated area from rebel and jihadist control. you're watching t.v.
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news coming up ahead catching the braves game shown on the home of japan's mountain self-conscious. at 1st spain's acting prime minister better sanchez has lost a 1st confirmation vote in parliament and that leaves a socialist leader with just 2 days to try and strike a deal that spins father left only thus would be a must party if the 2 parties can reach agreement on a coalition songes could still be confirmed in a 2nd vote on ca's day if that bid fails spin could hold a peach election sunday just send a left party came out on top in a national poll in april but read short often out. triton charity. was the clock is ticking for petro sanches spain's acting prime minister and
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socialist party leader has assured spaniards that they won't be going to the polls again this year is that what you then climb nonworking with the scenario of holding another election in a little at. a poll he and his party won in a tightly fought snap election in april but they fell short of the number of votes needed to form a government. doesn't cuties the socialist party has won the general election and with this result the future has won and the past has lost. a coalition partner would be needed was. the conservative people's party liberals c o down us and far right votes were soon ruled out. the most obvious partner for a future government it appeared would include the anti austerity you need us put him us but until this week the party's leader public lazy ass was locked in
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a power struggle with sanchez agreeing to give his party support only in return for a position of cabinet. in cuts such as refused citing differences over how to deal with catalonia as push for independence or that instead he offered a few ministerial positions to need us put in most of the good look at us but that look in the. face you said this is idiotic and the more we all know that democracy governs is the one who stands for election and obtains the support of the citizens being at all what i really want to but just before investiture talks began this week it leads us back down. and in doing so he broke the deadlock paving the way for an agreement lawmakers now have 2 opportunities to vote on a coalition if that fails the country will once again face elections in november. selfing makes its limping debut next year at the tokyo games the event will be held at the beach but for many japanese it's the shonan coast 50 kilometers south of
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tokyo that's seen as the birthplace of the country's modern surf culture have a look. surf's up on japan's shone and coast modern surfing culture 1st washed up on the shores in the 1960 s. arriving with the tide of american servicemen stationed here during the vietnam war 10 go to a local surfing pioneer and surf shop remembers the arrival of the new longboard style american boards. even. before the current form of surfing came to us here we used a washing board or a bath cover as a board. but at the time of the vietnam war american soldiers brought surfboards with them. a new generation of japanese surfers were quick to adopt the new style and to this day surf shops on the shannon coast still pay
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homage to their forebears. but the area's own unique style is what keeps a passionate surface coming back. i like that time passes slowly i'm sure and it seems that everyone is kind and peaceful here i really like that same to be pretty passionate i guess i love just getting out there and enjoying the surf like the last few days it's very small and every time you get a nice way there's like 30 people at the back clapping so it's. shown in the less reliable waters means it's only been selected to host sailing events at the 2020 games for many though the area special atmosphere makes it the true home of japanese. deep underground in southern poland one of the country's most popular tourist attractions the village sorts mine reveals a hidden chapels and real source leaks and kilometers of corridors stun visitors
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and tell a story that stretches back centuries. we've come to the former vail each because salt mine for 7 centuries table salt was mined here today it's a unesco world heritage site with around $1000000.00 tourists every year there are 2 ways to descend into this underworld you can take the stairs. or if you're in a hurry there's the elevator. the mines 9 levels live between 64 meters and 135 meters below the surface more than 2000 chambers were created by the mining process now you'll find fascinating items such as sculptures made of rock salt carved by the miners. and. after walking around for an hour through the tunnels and chambers visitors will
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come upon the mines greatest attraction the chapel of st king of built around 895110 meters below the surface usually 3 full mine is died every year because of different accidents so mine is one to to have places to pray that's why they come off chapels and that's why in chapel to take off the religious figures. during their tour this choir was inspired to say. the chapel has become famous for its acoustics and for its many details such as chandelier is made of rock salt. visitors can also experience how it might have felt to work in a salt mine by taking a different tour. going on the authentic miner's route requires professional equipment and some physical strength is needed to extract the rock salt. but it's
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not just tourists who come to the village to solve much of the. ground health resort promises relief for people who suffer from chronic respiratory illnesses such as asthma or certain allergies the clinic 135 meters underground is a unique location offering an especially beneficial micro cloud. it is that high relative humidity stable constant temperature and high concentration of enough room for all right into. the air is free for any pull up and so on which are abundant on the surface and from other objects like poland and other parts small party. there and anyone who hasn't had an offer after a 3 hour tour can even sleep here overnight stays are the latest attraction hemphill each to.
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your washing the dead in use here's a recap of the top story that you're finding feel more as johnson is in line to become the next british prime minister following his the election to lead the british conservatives johnson was elected by a comfortable majority of party members current prime minister to the semi is due to resign tomorrow. coming up next on the job bemused. how dogs in afghanistan are being trained to detect deadly landmines. and me to young chinese climate activists who striving for changes from my home town days. doesn't post or is coming up and do you have been easy with them is the chance i'm going to cut you not thank you very much for company and see you at the top of the hour the day.
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this is news asia coming up on the program pocket stands prime minister iran contra meets u.s. president donald trump in washington they talk afghanistan and the hot button topic of kashmir will explain why the meeting has the indian parliament up in arms plus. canine cadets meet the dogs that are being trained to clear afghanistan of deadly use than mine. and finally. china's grad turnberry we introduce you to a chinese teenager who has big climate ambitions. i'm melissa chan welcome to news asia it's good to have you with us we start with
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pakistani prime minister in iran khan's visit to the white house the main agenda was afghanistan and what pakistan can do to a celebrate peace talks the country was the taliban's chief sponsor in the 1990 s. and continues to have influence over the group. it was the 1st meeting between khan and u.s. president donald trump and the 2 made clear they were intent on improving relations after a relatively rocky period a push to mend tense u.s. pakistan relations in person after clashing on twitter pakistani prime minister imran khan has held his 1st one on one talks in washington with his us while online sparring partner u.s. president donald trump the afghan conflict responsible for straining those ties was a key focus of talks trump hopes card can help broker a peace deal between the taliban and the afghan government and pave the way to ending nearly 18 years of u.s.
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military involvement in afghanistan. i have plans on afghanistan that if i wanted to win the war afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth it would be god it would be over in literally in 10 days and i don't want to do that i don't want to go that route so we're working with pakistan and others to extricate ourselves nor do we want to be a policeman because basically we're policeman right now and we're not supposed to be policeman we've been there we've been there for 90 years in afghanistan khan who has called for mutually beneficial ties with the us since he won pakistan's general election last year sounded optimistic. so there is only one solution. i feel that i think we will discuss this is the closest we have been to a peace deal. and we hope that. in the coming. we
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will be able to. speak to the upon them to come to a settlement a political solution to this bridge building is a far cry from relations last year when trump attacked pakistan on twitter accusing the country of supporting islamist militants and cutting security aid now trump has held out the carrot of possibly restoring aid if this meeting yields results offering the prospect of better relations between the 2 nations. so their leaders spent a lot of time talking about afghanistan but there was another issue that came up a controversial one the age old dispute between pakistan and india over kashmir have a listen to what the 2 leaders said i feel that only. the most powerful state. present drum and can bring the 2 countries together from what i want i can tell you we have tried our best we all overtures to india. to
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start dialogue resolve our differences through dialogue but unfortunately we haven't as yet but i'm hoping that president bush was also i was with i was with prime minister modi 2 weeks ago and we talked about this subject and he actually said would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator. where is it casual because this rigor for many many years i was surprised at how long i'm going to love having to you as i think they'd like to see a result that i think you'd like to see the result that i can help i would love to be a mediator it shouldn't be i mean it's impossible to believe 2 incredible countries that a very very smart with very smart leadership can't solve a problem like that but if you would want me to b.d.a. or arbitrate i would be willing to and i'd like to bring in shams who heads up our
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asia desk in bonn shammal it sounds as if president trump is toying with the idea of mediating between india and pakistan just how realistic an option is this. i don't know why you do mediate because from your conflict it was probably a gesture. to you that he would like to use an influence to dissolve the conflict i don't think it is an option in your does not considered an international dispute the only thing that it is an international problem regarding kushner is militancy and i think india and the us are on the same page there. and so the comments from president trump has really ruffled feathers in india. yeah the. opposition parties due to play out is a stance on this is the opposition parties are urging modi. we have to think about it india does not consider because for me to issue it's it going to
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do. it gives a concession to pakistan when it says it is a bilateral issue that it can discuss it with pakistan but again with the same precondition that islamabad and support to islamist militants in the ready very interesting i want to circle back to afghanistan because it was such a big agenda item for the meeting between the 2 leaders just how much can prime minister khan. how much can he do in terms of resolving the peace talks. imran khan has a good standing among the taliban throughout his political career he has dried to just defy their position so i think he can do something for the us here but the main player in this regard is the pakistani army and i think most important in the drum khan meeting was the pakistani army chief bodge was rather to ponder good bodger on his army are the ones that can deliver something to the us on afghanistan
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if they really wanted but the problem is the us has always accused them that they play are double game in afghanistan to support the militants and the same time they negotiate with the us and you have got to go and. channel shams thank you thanks very much it is. now one reminder of just how devastating years of conflict in afghanistan have been is the land mines and various types of unexploded ordinance that are littered across the country getting rid of them is a dangerous job workers at the kabul mine detection center use all types of tools and in our next report we meet their canine helpers. for fun for this pup is actually training for a life or death remission. it's one for around $200.00 dogs both german shepherds
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and belgian malinois at kabul's mine detection center. they're destined to become a disciplined force stiffing out concealed explosives that routinely kill people in afghanistan. so dogs are protectors and a good friend for me and always one step ahead of me in dangerous places. keenan cadets are here to learn how to detect bombs weapons and narcotics just by scent today's test landmine detection. it appears she's found one now the humans investigate it takes about 2 years of intense 2 tillage for both dog and handler to be real world ready. it's a loving relationship like the relationship with a friend or a child. it's the same thing with our dogs. you should love the dog and the dog
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should love you. and the dog should trust you and do whatever you tell it to. so the teams have lots of together time filled with games though their purpose is deadly serious like this carousel each chemist or is filled with a different sense of picking the right target earns a reward now and in the future could save a life. from the beginning that we buy the dogs and we train the dog to its crossroads from 10215000 dollars dogs. dogs. afghans started using dogs for mine clearance and the 1980 s. they're used to after explosives were found in terrain thought to have been cleared this program attributes that to shoddy training and is rolling out new standards
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next year after nearly 40 years of continuous war man's best friend may be the best defense in a country turned into a battlefield. we turn to china which has battled to dangerous levels of pollution following decades of economic growth many of its citizens now want a greener country and a greener world including one young teen who's trying to make her best to make a lasting difference the day begins early. well i am going to i'm 17 years old and i am an environment enthusiastic northeast china. mu and her friends fear for the future these young people are united by their concerns over climate change plastic waste pollution and the extinction of species but they're not just worried they're determined to do something to
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safeguard planet earth today we were speaking at the school we can we can do something we can influence the older people and we can influence younger people and when we grow up if we were to become scientists or politicians we can do the same thing. whose activism began when she was 15 she and her friends broke into this printing works and collected samples of polluted river water which were used as evidence in a court case the factory was later closed down. who carries with her reusable bags to help people cut down on plastic waste a role model is greater to berg the young swedish campaigner who's inspired millions of teenagers around the world to challenge politicians and protest against climate change i know in my heart that is right when i hope is that one day i can become chinese. because that also means that people are educated and they're waiting to cooperate and they will come
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a listen to my speech because climate change accent rates today's young environmental activists say they have to act before it's too late. that's it for now check out our other stories on the dot com forward slash asia or on facebook or twitter. people love kandice so we need you with pictures from the senshi province in northwest china they're building a giant national park in joy thanks for watching and see you next time.
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dima slowly becoming a part of china's car industry chinese automotive group b k i. by say 5 percent stake in germany's flagship comic taking the total chinese investment in the company to almost 15 percent. almost coming or also coming up all eyes are on britain's to be new prime minister boris johnson and his plans for brakes it the country hasn't even left the e.u. yet but already there are signs of britain entering a recession. and the robots are coming no job is safe and this improper machines are already mixing the drinks. back up to do business asia i'm going to go jones ambulant good to have you with us now then the chinese state owned a motoring group b. a i.c. is buying a 5 percent stake in germany's diana it further boost to beijing's holding in the
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maker of mercedes benz costs diana was already almost 10 percent owned by chinese comprende g.e. it's the company's biggest single shareholder and now we can add to that be a ice east fife post and holding that takes chinese shareholder stake in diamond to just under 15 percent that's almost as much of the company as is owned by us shareholders other stakeholders and i'm the include q weights sovereign savings fund and rivals rhino and nyssa who have across holding the rest of the luxury carmaker is owned by private and institutional investors so now we have a dia about the make up off a dime to shareholders let's talk a little bit about this with our frontal market correspondent jealousy delaney who joins us now in frankfurt chelsea now i know that there was already a longstanding cooperation between a dime and be a i.c.e.
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what is this stake cruft percent stake change and all that. well this gives the 3rd largest shareholder and position which gives it some more influence over over the direction of time warner it's not clear yet it doesn't appear about b.s.e. is aiming for any board seats or managerial positions but what analysts are seeing this as a sort of a strategic move on beer sees part. because back in december this other chinese firm. came and bought a stake for a 10 percent stake sort of out of nowhere and so that was sort of seen as a threat to this alliance. by taking this stake because these sort of solidifies itself. so it's a little bit of a competition there on the chinese side what about the strategy there. well this is an increasingly extremely important market for. you know they need to be in china
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because that's where all the growth is coming from but also that's where all the technology is coming from so. they need to be forging these alliances and they can't really afford to cut out the chinese chinese firms even though there are these concerns about the joint venture ships and things like that and when chelsea delayed their reporting from the front for stock exchange thank you so much. oh back here in europe britain gets ready to swear in a new prime minister his name boris johnson an outspoken breaks it to you who campaigned for britain to leave the european union with or without a deal if necessary quite an announcement considering that the e.u. is britain's most important trading partner and breaks it has yet to happen the latest exit date is october the 31st but british think tank the national institute of economic and social research says the u.k. may have entered into recession already. a one in 4 chance the u.k. economy is already in recession pending the release of the latest quarterly growth
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figures has severe downturn in the event of a messy no deal breakfast and sluggish growth in the best case scenario these are the key findings of a report by the u.k.'s national institute of economic and social research about the impact of breakfast. it follows a similar outlook in a report the office for budget responsibility or o.b.e. are released last week speaking on the day of its publication the man in charge of britain's finances had this to say. the report published this morning shows that even in the most benign. there would be a very significant hit to the very significant reduction. in our national debt. so why do researchers
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appear to be so united in the belief that bracks is bad for the british economy. one big factor concerns trade with no clarity on how the country's economic relationships will look post-breakfast companies are finding it hard to plan for the future this has led to a decline in investment. that in turn has hampered growth forcing the government to borrow more money in order to maintain public services. these signs of weakness says have led to falling demand for the british currency and a slight in the value of the pound. this makes imports more expensive meaning shoppers are likely to have to fork out more than they used to. deal or no deal the latest report suggests leaving the e.u. is unlikely to benefit the british economy but the clear warning is that departing in a chaotic fashion could put the wheels in motion for
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a severe downturn. and actually some of the other business stories making the news . u.s. credit reporting agency equifax has agreed to pay at least $700000000.00 to settle with a far at least over a data breach 2 years ago that exposed the private information of nearly 150000000 people a roughly half of the u.s. population. the general counsel of the world trade organization has managed to resolve escalating tensions between japan and south korea tokyo is cutting the export of some high take goods to south korea still says this violet's trade rules it says to pound its retaliating overcompensation calls for forced labor during the japanese colonial era. china's telecoms equipment maker hugh away has laid off most of the workers at its u.s. research on some 600 of 850 future way employees have been laid off this year sure way was added to a u.s.
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blacklist of companies considered a risk to national security. china's asian infrastructure investment bank has abandoned plans to fund a new capital for the indian state of under predation after the world bank withdrew its support last friday from us from the city of are accusing the development project of land grabbing allegations that the world bank took into consideration before pulling $300000000.00 u.s. dollars in funding the a i b would have injected the construction projects with an additional $200000000.00. an indian government committee headed by the country's finance secretary has taken aim at cryptocurrency it's recommending a ban on all private virtual money and stern repercussions for anyone dealing in it the panel proposes up to 10 years' imprisonment or a $250000000.00 rupee fine for anyone found to be trading in digital currency
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issued by foreign private enterprises this would include facebook's libra which is set to launch sometime next year indian tax authorities have already contacted sal's of individuals currently dealing in crypto currency after a nationwide survey highlighted more than $3500000000.00 u.s. dollars worth of transactions over a 17 month period. of a more high let's bring in josie john a business journalist who joins us now from bangalore good to have you with us josie india has flip flopped on its policy towards crypto currencies and is it now curtains down finally for virtual currencies in the country he might be going to be similarly it's negative stance for a while now but this looks like it is the final meeting the coffee for critical season india democracy been expected because traits that began to drop in the last few quarters. to. see exchanges in india either closed
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down or. compassed operations now some of the treaty might. but it is unlikely to be large enough to be gone and starts department and balance to be clearly not a subtle and your history so it looks like i could do the security in india is going to knock a little while now the government is warning that cryptocurrency or ditch of cars sees a basically nothing but policy trading a ponzi scheme how serious is that warning by the government. they are they're very serious order indeed was a big problem because like me on the legion market. especially likely there was downstairs in the market there were 2 or 3 such funky schemes that will crack down on our last 2 years some up to $50000000000.00 in assets and that is not
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going to stand it and this is very simple it was like new investors and he missed in that they're going to market and then see if the money comes star and peter starts now as soon as new indices start that. collapse people are left holding the holding the bar all right josie john the. business journalist in bangalore thank you so much for bring us up to speed. the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning has led to some humans to feel they're being made redundant and their job seems to be say at a bar in prague they've taken schuman machine mixing to a whole new level and they're a robot will make sure you drink well well he also gives you good relationship advice. they're known for their efficiency if not their natural charm these robotic bartenders are the latest stop members to be recruited by
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a night club in the czech capital krog. their skill set includes cussing lines pouring sugar crushing ice and mixing it all up into a cocktail. patrons can order the drink of their choice from a touchscreen menu so far there are 16 on offer but the plan is to add dozens more to the menu. but kind of mechanically mixed cocktail compared to one shaken with human flair i love a bit i've never seen anything like a lawyer mom on. the team even though there was a thing. that's amazing. that's a truly good. while the mechanical bartenders makes the drink stand stairs up stairs a robot d.j. pumps that to choose leaving humans partying their way to redundancy.
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i wonder if it also can makes a nice shandy that's just me as a business update here and a w for me the team and bill and as always thanks keep us company. cut.
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the development phase $56.00 but what's going to happen when they grow up will humans and machines be able to peacefully co-exist or are we on the verge of a robot collapse. artificial intelligence is now spreading through our society chaos will experts be able to agree on ethical guidelines or will this technology create deadly new autonomous weapons systems. types in robot collapse starts aug 14th on t.w. . playing. the bass. player. playing.
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this is deja vu news coming to you live from bahrain a new leader for britain's conservative party a prime minister in waiting and boris johnson pledges to take the u.k. out of the european union. deliver brits. unite the country and defeat. the number to. 30000 members overwhelmingly votes to place johnson at the head of their party setting him up to become the u.k.'s next prime minister. a woman continue i meant that she. boris johnson is a new leader of britain's governing conservatives after comfortably winning opposed to the banish of party members boris johnson is elected as the leader of the
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conservatives if. johnson won 65 percent of the vote in a head to head race against foreign minister jeremy hunt the victory puts him a step closer to becoming prime minister the current tone deaf to the office to resign man is expected to officially handed her resignation tomorrow paving the way for johnson to take over her job. in his acceptance speech johnson said that voters were looking to conservatives to strike the right balance in delivering bricks it here's what he said. this pivotal moment in our history we again have to reconcile 2 sets of instincts 2 noble sets of instincts between the deep desire for friendship and free trade and mutual support and security and defense between britain and our european partners and the small tain use desire equally deep and heartfelt the democratic government in this country joining me now
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is our london correspondent show lot of pot shots of what has been the reaction of the result of the leadership contest in the conservative party. well boris johnson's friends and fans are of calls excited to see him in that position and to move into number 10 downing street tomorrow they are saying that he brings the right optimism to the table to finally solve the u.k.'s problems and of course they have plenty his critics of course saying that johnson is unfit for office that he is unfocused and not very detail oriented and that is that he is going to be a bad prime minister and i think overall many people here in the u.k. are asking themselves how in a country of 60000000 people only 160000 those conservative members got to vote for him and finally decide who is going to be the next prime minister so want to all of the next steps before john simm takes over as prime minister.
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so we will hear a number of cabinet announcements at some point today and also tomorrow of course the main ministries there being foreign and defense who is going to be on that cabinet it's a big question because he is probably going to rally some of those bricks a ts that are going to help him get the u.k. out of the european union in his cabin and together we're going to see him move into number 10 downing street tomorrow so the reason may hold so final speech in front of downing street will then head over to the queen hand him in her official resignation and very quickly after boris johnson will join the queen and become officially the new prime minister he will then move into downing street and we can expect later on tomorrow of course calls to. calls from world leaders for the new prime minister amongst and i'm sure donald trump to man that have to have
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a good partnership going forward because the u.k. needs a good tree a trade deal with the united states when they are leaving finally the european union right in front of the british parliament a bit annoyed. the protest is going on do stay there because i'll come back to you shortly. but 1st laura's johnson once claimed that there was as much chance of finding elvis presley on mars as a fan becoming prime minister but many who know him also say that leading the u.k. government has always been his goal in life here's a look at johnson's career and his sometimes bumpy rise to power. he no longer has to knock johnson now has the keys to number 10 he started his career in journalism but politics came calling in 2001 he won a seat in parliament for the conservative party in 2008 came a new challenge therefore officially declared boris johnson to be elected as
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the next of london. mayor johnson oversaw the 2012 summer olympics in london the games were a success supporting him into the global limelight. thankfulness that it's over asbos complete take. but in a good way in a good way that will that be. famous for his they centric behavior but also for his embarrassing gaffes like here when he knocked over a 10 year old boy during a rugby game in tokyo. but it was on the issue of breck's it that he was most controversial johnson defied his prime minister becoming a leading figure in the campaign for britain to leave the e.u. . will remain locked in the back of the car driven in an uncertain direction to a place we don't want to go and. buy
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a driver who doesn't speak the very best of. leaf one director random but there was controversy over some of the claims made by johnson and his fellow brits it is. may 2016 for new. prime minister to raise a may made him her foreign secretary to many a surprise appointment. a personal statement as to boris johnson. but johnson was the author of may's vision for brick sit and resigned in protest it is not too late to say you brits. when may couldn't get her brakes if your through parliament she announced her resignation and johnson emerged as the front runner to take her job 3 years to missed deadlines we must leave. on october. trial vats would now be the greatest challenge for prime minister always johnson but he's promised to make bricks it happen deal or no deal.
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so somewhat chaotic path to 10 downing street and while it isn't already begun reacting to johnson's victory starting at home outgoing prime minister to resume congratulating johnson here and offering to team up to deliver bricks if that works for the whole u.k. and to keep jeremy corbin out of government across the atlantic a us president on tram backing johnson is full of confidence saying he will be great of course briggs it will be at the top of johnson's agenda ahead of the briggs it party nigel farage piling on the pressure wondering if he has the courage to deliver. and michel barnier the chief rex if they go see it it says he's looking forward to working constructively to achieve an orderly bragg's it but no sign the e.u. will really go see if that would draw agreement as johnson has repeatedly promised . european commission vice president france timmermans took
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a hard line on the prospects of renegotiating britain's exit agreement have a listen he took a long time deciding whether he was for or against regs it. now is position is clear. i think the position of the you is also. you know it's kingdom reached agreement with the european union and the european union will stick to that agreement the new view bracks and heartbreaks it would be a tragedy. for off the shot of boss is still with us from london we're also joined now from brussels by our correspondent in the good band many reactions pouring in from brussels and other e.u. leaders what can you tell us. well besides the usual congratulations which are courtesy on such a day of cause and you negotiate a mission on a also said that he wants to help boris johnson to get the wrister all agreements
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through parliament in great britain you remember this failed 3 times for treason may she tried it but it didn't do it and it's not clear if those johnson is really up to trying this again and nobody knows in brussels actually what are his plans what does he want to negotiate about and done he made it abundantly clear that he won't negotiate the destroy agreement the only thing that can happen is that they rewrite the political declaration that comes with this agreement and this declaration is about the future relationship between britain and the you once a great britain has left the union but nothing more than that and if you talk to diplomats here privately they say we don't know is he a clown or really serious protection who can deliver and he he vill he engage seriously in the matter until this thing is to support is that he will deliver
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a break said but still with 31st do or die let's 1st take a listen to what he said about that it is the 3 speeches now i say to all the doctors. we are going to energize the country we're going to get brits it done although people thought it was going to take advantage of all don't you need that it will bring you spirit of can do and we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what we could achieve unlike some slumbering joint we're going to rise and ping off the guy ropes so tight and negative. so ben jonson has in the past completely rejected the deal with the rich the e.u. and negotiated with his fed he says it is on me when he gets a new deal a different deal as he seems so confident of doing. but we don't know if you can do a new deal because there's no plan on the table that i know did months from now on where they go back behind the red lines to reason may put on which is leaving the ex in total market and leaving in the customs union if the resumption of once all
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that then he has more or less to stick to the distraught agreement that is already on the table and there's no time quite frankly to renegotiate all that only 100 days left until it breaks it would kick in and it if he doesn't apply for a postponement then breaks it will happen automatically. and shallots at a given all of this i mean does boris johnson despite or has been volatile have a plan for beggs it. well in his victory speech it didn't sound like do or die any more he said he wants to work with the european union in a friendly way we know that he has a big picture he wants to go back and renegotiate that withdrawal agreement not the political declaration that because the withdrawal agreement and some members of parliament have a problem with and as ben said the european union is not willing to renegotiate
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that so we don't know what boris johnson is going to do then and we don't also know if he is going to stick to his promise to leave the european union on october 31st come what may of course that is why his support to the tory membership base voted for him so most likely he will try to stick to it somehow and maybe risk no deal but we just can't know for sure with what kind of attitude yet he will go to brussels if he is going there with that extreme position or if he is going there as a pragmatist who wants to solve this issue once and for all and shot it at tulum he's also said he will secure not the country in defeat jimmy wouldn't that's the main opposition labor party leader does it sound like a snap election could be it on the corner. or one way to have a snap election would be that boris johnson calls one and i don't see that as likely at the moment yes he needs a parliamentary majority and that is why an election would make sense but he
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finally has the keys to number 10 downing street he has as we know from friends and supporters been dreaming of this his whole life so why would he give that there are other ways to call a general election and if it came to that for example a vote of no confidence and we would see a showdown between as you mentioned jeremy corbyn the leader of the opposition labor party and boris johnson 2 very very different characters but 2 euro skeptics also. has been very skeptic on europe and has changed his position. remaining or leaving the e.u. time and time again so voters really don't know what they are getting when they have voting for him and so we could see possibly a pro european party like the liberal democrats make some gains in an election like that and then to fund question for you is so far the 27 does have been very very united in over the issue off briggs it but given a new change of leader in britain and given a man like boris johnson will this stay as united as they have in the past about
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not renegotiating the big c. deal. so far there's no sign that this unity of get a correct assumption because the interests remain the same we've got is who is actually going down the street number 10 to the you will stick to its plan and to stick to the restored agreement that's my best bet. right ventricle to in brussels and a shot of parts in london thank you both very much for your reporting. now to some other news and let me bring you up to date with some other stories making news around the world south korean fighter jets find hundreds of warning shots shots after a russian military aircraft than a poll he and his party won in a tightly for snap election in april but they fell short of the number of votes needed to form a government. doesn't. the socialist party has won the general
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election and with this result the future has won and the past has lost. a coalition partner would be needed was. the conservative people's party liberals c o down us and far right votes were soon ruled out. the most obvious partner for a future government it appeared would include the anti austerity you need us party most but until this week the party's leader public lazy ass was locked in a power struggle with sanchez agreeing to give his party support only in return for a position of cabinet. and got sanchez refused citing differences over how to deal with catalonia has pushed for independence or that instead he offered a few ministerial positions to need us put in most of the good look at us but that look and. they say yes this is idiotic and the more we all know that democracy
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governs is the one who stands for election and obtains the support of the citizens . but just before investiture talks began this week italy's yes backed down and in doing so he broke the deadlock paving the way for an agreement that lawmakers now have 2 opportunities to vote on a coalition if that fails the country will once again face elections in november. it washing the dog and he is coming up ahead. catching the waves ensure not. the home of japan's modern self touches. the 1st london monitoring group says at least 37 people were killed in heavy airstrikes by syrian government planes and their russian and eyes in the northwest of the country the syrian observatory for human rights says the strikes targeted very well held areas around the town of it live russia has denied any involvement.
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in a town turned to rubble a life was spared. a 5th up which was. this footage from the syria civil defense also known as the white helmets purports to show the moment rescuers pulled a young girl alive from the debris. but dozens of others could not be saved. we were woken by the sound of the russian occupiers warplanes they fired 2 missiles 1st then they came back and conducted a 2nd raid firing at civilians in a markets there are a lot of civilian casualties many wounded. to britain days to syrian observatory for human rights blames russia for monday's strikes but russia denies this it was the 2nd day of deadly airstrikes and province. on sunday locals held a hero's funeral for honest i'll die i'm
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a journalist and member of the white helmets rescue team he was killed in airstrikes in the town of qana shakun according to monitors. in the province remains the last jihad a stronghold in syria a syrian government offensive backed by russian air power has killed more than 2000 people since it began in april. it live will likely be the scene of further death and destruction as russian warplanes help syria's government dress this populated area from rebel and jihadist control. prosecutors in the u.s. says soccer. do we not face criminal charges in a case of alleged rape hernando had been accused of sexually assaulting an american woman catherine mail in a las vegas hotel room in 2 cars and 9 he denies the allegations just like you just see the section a source claims couldn't be proven beyond reasonable doubt
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a civil case is to bring. suffering makes it's a mint big debut next year at the took your games the events will be handed at the ichigo mia beach but for many japanese it's the show none coast 50 kilometers south of tokyo that is seen as the birthplace of the country's modern self gotcha. surf's up on japan. shonan coast modern surfing culture 1st washed up on the shores in the 1960 s. arriving with the tide of american servicemen stationed here during the vietnam war 10 go to a local surfing pioneer and surf shop remembers the arrival of the new longboard style american boards. before the current form of surfing came to us here we used a washing board or a bath cover as a board. but at the time of the vietnam war american soldiers brought
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surfboards with them if those. pay new generation of japanese surfers were quick to adopt the new style and to this day surf shops on the shannon coast still pay homage to their forebears. but the area's own unique style is what keeps a passionate surface coming back. and i like that time passes slowly and it seems that everyone is kind and peaceful here i really like that it's same to me pretty passionate i guess they love just getting out there and enjoying the surf like the last few days it's very small and every time you get a nice way there's like 30 people at the back clapping so it's. shown in the less reliable waters means it's only been selected to host sailing of events at the 2020 games for many though the area's special atmosphere makes it the true home of japanese surfing on. deep underground in southern poland one of the country's most
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popular tourist attractions their village sort mine reveals the hidden world chapels sort leaks and kilometers of corridor as attract many visitors and tell a story that stretches back centuries. we've come to the former of a leech because salt mine for 7 centuries table salt was mined here today it's a unesco world heritage site with around $1000000.00 tourists every year there are 2 ways to descend into this underworld you can take the stairs. or if you're in a hurry there's the elevator. the mines 9 levels lie between 64 meters and 135 meters below the surface more than 2000 chambers were created by the mining process now you'll find fascinating items
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such as sculptures made of rock salt carved by the miners. after walking around for an hour through the tunnels and chambers visitors will come upon the mines greatest attraction the chapel of st. built around 1905110 meters below the surface usually 3 full mine is the idea every year because of different accidents so mine is one to to have places to pray that's why they come off chapel and that's why in chapel they coughed religious figures. during their tour this choir was inspired to say. the chapel has become famous for its acoustics and for its many details such as chandelier is made of rock salt. visitors can also experience how it
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might have felt to work in a salt mine by taking a different tour. going on the authentic minors route requires professional equipment and some physical strength is needed to extract the rock salt. but it's not just tourists who come to the village to solve well below ground health resort promises relief for people who suffer from chronic respiratory illnesses such as asthma or certain allergies the clinic 135 meters underground is a unique location offering an especially beneficial microclimate. it is the high road that he needed to be stable temperature and high concentration of not simply all right and. the air is free for any pull up and so we talk. about it on the surface and from all though just like poland and other parts small parties. and anyone who hasn't had enough after
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a 3 hour tour can even sleep here overnight stays are the latest attraction and believe. you're watching the news here's a recap of the top story at this hour boris johnson is in line to become the next prime minister of fun during his election to leave the british conservatives johnson was elected by a comfortable majority party member as current prime minister 2 days and maybe is due to resign tomorrow. coming up next on news. we show you how dogs in afghanistan are being trained to detect deadly landmines. and meeting young chinese clown the activist who's fighting for change from my home town. coming up on t.v. news. that's it for me i'm glad she minded is the news team more news coming up at
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