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you. visited every news live from violating germany's chancellor remembers the victims of one of the worst crimes against humanity i'm glad machall makes her 1st official visit to the auschwitz death town passing beneath the infamous slogan we're set you free the nazis mattered more than a 1000000 people at auschwitz most of them chips also on the program celebrations in india after police shoot dead 4 men suspected of raping and killing a young woman the offices of being hailed as heroes there are concerns of the men taking the law into their own. germany social democratic party concerned it's too
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late this was skeptical about the party's governing coalition with that chance for that matter conservatives. i'm from gail welcome to the program german chancellor angela merkel has made her 1st official visit to the former death camp the site in poland was the nazi's largest death camp during the 2nd world war chancellor merkel's visit mark the 10th anniversary of the foundation that preserves the memorial she paid tribute to the victims of the camp and spoke of the necessity of remembering the atrocities committed there. it's almost meat day when german chancellor angela merkel arrives at the place that evokes the crimes of the nazi era like no other.
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auschwitz former concentration and extermination camps the murder machine. by 945 as many as 1500000 people had been killed here by the nazis. silently merkel approaches the so-called wall of death with the polish prime minister. at this wall the germans shot dead thousands of poles. this is merkel's 1st visit to auschwitz as chancellor for 24 years no german chancellor has walked through this gate beneath the sign with the cynical slogan work sets you free a survivor who recalls the cruelty he experienced as a child at the hands of the germans tells michael how much these prisoners to be free. what for trying to clean up since the beginning since august 1944 when i 1st arrived we were when he says that we can be free.
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you know via cop on the cap. and say well if you want to be free. and you see the chimneys. that is how you will be free records should go tricycle mean merkel says she feels deep shame at the horrors of auschwitz. the crime should be silently remembered she says but this shouldn't be the only response. she's also featured once this site to ply jesus to keep the memories alive you know we have to remember the crimes we have to identify the perpetrators and to commemorate the victims in a dignified manner that is i mean cheering responsibility it's not open to negotiation and keeping these memories alive is becoming more difficult as fewer and fewer survivors remain that's why this memorial site is so important the german chancellor promised to make 60000000 euros available for renovations this will go
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towards repairing barracks gas chambers and fences so they remain a visual reminder of germany's crimes. will be doubly correspondent thomas spot who was of the memorial service and sentence his impressions of the chancellor speech that speech that i'm going to merkel gave right here in birkenau she stressed germany's historical responsibility she stressed how that historical responsibility is a fundamental part of germany's identity as a nation but she also stressed how there are lessons that can be drawn for the context that germany is leaving today and that explains also why i got a merkel is right here in birkenau now it's not only about the pasta but also about what lessons can be drawn in particular when germany and other countries in europe are facing a rise in $97.00 it isn't so that gives you an idea of what all this was about about recognizing germany's historical responsibility but also recognizing what
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lessons can be drawn in particular today. now to some of the other stories making news around the world france is facing more disruption as the country's largest public sector strike for decades enters its 2nd day it's already caused severe disruption to public transport schools and hospitals workers are protesting against president marcos plans to reform the pension system. 3 people have been killed by a shooter at a major u.s. navy base in pensacola florida 8 others were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds . of the attacker was shot dead by annoyed force winds it's a 2nd deadly shooting at a u.s. military site this week. a 6 story building has collapsed in kenya's capital nairobi leaving at least 3 people dead and dozens more injured military personnel been helping with the search and rescue operation kenyan red cross says 11 people have survived. a full medical use of raping and killing a 27 year old woman had been shot dead by police in india well sources say the men
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were killed as they tried to escape custody near hyderabad the case sparked a nationwide protests over violence against women and some people have been celebrating the suspects deaths. a hero's welcome hundreds gathered to shower police with gifts as news of the suspects death spread people across india have praised the actions of these police after years of anger over authorities slow response to rising sexual violence against women. on the beat of what questionable many are all glad today the victim was the daughter of our societies that we have all gotten justice from now on whenever someone even thinks of doing such a thing they will think long and hard before doing it as a lesson learned 3 years authorities say the men were brought to the suspected crime scene to reenact their alleged killing police say the suspects then trying to
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seize their weapons and escape the officers responded by opening fire for the family of the victim who cannot be named for legal reasons justice has been served . for them i would like to thank and congratulate the regional government police and all those who supported me i hurt my daughter so it is now in peace. while the men were suspected of raping murdering and burning the body of a 27 year old woman last week she was found under a bridge the next day. but not everyone is celebrating the suspects deaths family members of the accused men were distraught at the news the 4 men had not been formally charged with any crime opposition groups accuse police of taking the law into their own hands to pacify the public they are calling for a store investigation. joe the plumber's activists have taken to the streets of
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madrid as the city hosts the un climate conference cop 25 that demanding urgent action from world leaders to tackle the climate emergency swedish of his aggressive totenberg has joined and she'll be taking part in the u.n. summit after making the journey to madrid across the atlantic by catamaran refuses to fly because of carbon emissions. not to be afghan capital kabul where despite the fact that people die that and bombings and terror attacks almost daily reports suggest that air pollution is an even bigger killer there are still no official figures but it's estimated that pollution killed as many as 26000 people in 2017 compared to 3300 violent deaths in the same year now the government is taking action. these 3 men mean business. afghanistan's environmental protection agency. and they're not tapping.
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they're checking the heating system of a public bathrooms and it's seen that the filters are not working properly. this means the smoke being belched into the skies over kabul is even more toxic than usual. more provocative our job is to reduce the air pollution around the country we go to cities with our monitoring teams and with people from the local authorities such as here in kabul and we identify any sources of air pollution which are hazardous for the city and then take the necessary action doesn't need to . but when it comes to kabul they're facing a huge almost insurmountable challenge the air in the city is more poisonous and in most other places on the planet. much of the pollution here comes from cars and congestion other sources include poor quality fuel people burning rubbish and
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household cooking stove. in a country otherwise known for terrorist attacks and poor security pollution is emerging as a silent killer and it is the weakest and most fun ribble who are bearing the brunt. doctors at the indira gandhi hospital in kabul say the number of children being admitted with illnesses linked to pollution is increasing. there are no exact figures but they say hundreds come every day to be treated for asperity problems in the fall. there's a lot of pollution in kabul and most of the children under the age of 5 suffer from various elements such as chest pain flu dizziness and sensitivity for allergies. by turning up the hates on pollutants the government in kabul is taking steps to improve the situation it's also trying
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to raise awareness among ordinary people about the causes of pollution but it's unclear when or if their efforts will enable them to move forward with the battle against pollution. political shake up within germany social democratic party is prompting speculation that the governing coalition with conservatives could be in danger the social democrats of conserve their new leadership during the volatile and saskia asking for the new leaders are calling for changes to the coalition a great chance for america's conservatives may find unpalatable here is newly elected co-leader asking. well i was and am still skeptical about the future of the grand coalition might in my view my opinion on that hasn't changed with this proposal we are giving the coalition a realistic chance of continuing nothing more and nothing less may all of our mean to go. w.'s chief political editor mccain is out there speedy party conference in
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berlin i asked how the new leadership team presented itself. well as resoundingly winners of both the grassroots vote but also here at the party conference they received very broad backing to navigate what seems to be a very difficult course it is to take they are skeptical over what we just heard of the so-called grand coalition with anger machall c.d.u. party they are laying down the all basically a set of demands where they want to renegotiate with the conservative c.d.u. on climate investment on overall investment also minimum wage of 12 year as is being discussed here or else and that will be the big question in the end or else what just through to remind ourselves of this self declared last term of anger the american office has already seen more bumpy times than palm waters so does
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this mean what does what does this this step this is a mean that this governing coalition with angle of attack has conservatives. it means that this marriage contract of the coalition could be renegotiated the city use adamant that it won't reopen it it sounds a bit like the bricks that deal we expect some kind of compromise to be found at the social democrats here the particular new leadership so driven by the youth organization of the s.p.d. will have to have something to show so that ordinary delegates in the entire party will actually believe that they want true renewal of the social practices of credit s.p.d. that so suffered in the polls the self declared aim is to double. figures in the opinion polls well they're right about 15 right now. you know news chief political editor that. tennis star caroline that was an iraqi will retire from the game after
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next ponse australian open the former top ranked player in the women's game one that event in 2018 but later announced she has rheumatoid arthritis she's currently ranked 37th in the world in a social media announcement he said have retirement has nothing to do with her health and everything to do with starting a family. his reminder of the top stories at this hour german chancellor i'm going to makkah who has made her 1st official visits the former hotshots death camp in poland flocking to the 10th anniversary of the foundation in charge of preserving the old fashioned it's was about 6 lodges to come join the 2nd world. and a group of police officers in the india being held as heroes a shooting dead 4 men suspected of raping and killing a woman the suspects both take one taking pot in a reenactment of a crime and legibly trying to escape. a message on
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