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breaks down barriers from wheelchair to athletes. sports life starts february 15th. this is the deadly news live from perth in kos words from germany's president for the world's superpower frank focused on my accuses the u.s. russia and china the stoking global mistrust and putting narrow national interests of the international cooperation also coming up donald trump's long promised war is taking shape along the us mexico border the only 200 kilometers have gone up so far
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on inside the barrier will cause irreversible cultural and political damage. and english giants matches the city of 5 to 15000000 euros and banned from europe's champions league for 2 seasons cities were found guilty of breaching spain. i'm anthony held welcome to the program a laundry list of conflicts and uncertainty of the west's role in in the world dominating the munich security conference some 3 dozen heads of state diplomats and security experts have gathered in southern germany the west swindling influence on global security has even spawned a need to west list. the who's who of international politics. with plenty to discuss. the german
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president frank steinmeyer spent much of his keynote speech deploring the decline of internationalism and of european unity he had harsh words for russia china and the us. and the been that our closest ally the united states of america under the current administration rejects the idea of an international community. great to get great again if necessary also at the expense of maybe. fittingly enough it was a former u.s. secretary of state from another era john kerry who made a plea for reviving international cooperation snow country can solve the problems we face of climate change cyber warfare nuclear challenges extremism disease all of these things require cooperation if we didn't have the united
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nations would have to invent it so people do just stop playing with people's fears protesters gathered outside the hotel where the conference is being held they said social problems and climate change should also be considered major security issues i said he's kind of the. house kind of but i know you cannot exclude climate protection from the security issue because it's a huge issue. and war is definitely not climate neutral and. the conference continues until sunday with debates over the role of nato and the conflict in syria likely to dominate. the german president's words fell on mostly receptive ears with numerous participants bemoaning the decline of cohesion within the transatlantic community a decline for which the organizers of the security conference even coined a new term west meaning the lack of will or ability on the part of north
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america and europe to promote complex multilateral solutions to difficult problems amongst those problems climate change and nuclear proliferation came in for the most frequent mention but few participants held out hope of a new initiative to revive cooperation on either ultimately it may be the bilateral meetings on the sidelines of this. prints that deliver more in the way of results for example a reduction of violence agreement that was affirmed here today after a meeting between the u.s. secretary of state the u.s. secretary of defense and the president of afghanistan if the taliban can prove that they are able to reduce violence over seventy's time then the afghan government says it is willing to sit down for peace talks that could pave the way for
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a drawdown of u.s. troops that's it for day one of the munich security conference i'm willing to create. u.s. defense secretary mock by has justified diverting nearly $4000000000.00 from a craft and other programs to fund the border war with mexico president donald trump says around 200 kilometers of the border fence has been finished the president ignored criticism of the shift in funds and talk instead about how much was being built as well as making claims about people trying and failing clients. went to arizona where construction is in full swing cutting through conservation areas and heritage sites. 9 meters tall a rusty mix of steel pillars and concrete trucks border wall is growing longer in arizona's organ pipe national monument. a heartbreaking scene for conservationist kevin dahl he's worked along the us mexico border for years and your records when the border it was little more than a symbolic walk this vehicle very well here was just an old cow fence with 3
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strands of barbed wire right park service friends would say they'd call it to this restaurant across the street order their lunch and they'd meet them at the fence and get their lunch. rules protecting historical and cultural sites will wave to build the will now there is nothing to stop contractors destroying the faux history you can see that they're using a steamroller to compress this 60 foot swath and they're doing it right next to quito but hugo springs this desert oasis where people have lived for millennia and now it's protected by the park service except they are destroying an archaeological site by doing this right here we know this is an archaeological site there are people buried there. dolphin is the wolf solid nature could also hurt the region's unique does that wildlife. desert animals have to roam far to get water and the flow of genes the interaction between the animals which is really important to keeping a healthy population welcome to be completely stopped at this wall oh. my god
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rather encroaches you county residents have organized and you will protest kevin dahl is among the demonstrators activists have held regular protest and say whoa construction has gone ahead without local engagement laken joe doll has been campaigning for months. so the trumpet ministration has pulled out all the stops in order to build this wall they have waved more than $41.00 and vironment culture resource protection laws all of the laws that would normally have been cast aside for this project and now trump has stolen billions of dollars from the military in order to build these walls it's actually quite easy to climb over a shimmied up those behinds myself lots of videos have come out of people climbing over these walls proponents say the war will stop illegal immigrants and drugs but the price is steep an estimated $12000000.00 per kilometer we're not at war with mexico they're a valued trading partner and here at the border we're very friendly with mexico we
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have a we know people have family on both sides drug cartels know how to go under through and on top of walls they've done it forever. people who want to work they're going to get here and if it's not through this desert it's going to be through the ports of entry. despite demonstrations and fears of irreversible ecological and cultural damage trumps major campaign promises taking shape kevin doll still visits the border but it's rapidly changing from the dynamic area he remembers the wind of building a quick moment is omnipresent and shows no sign of falling silent. 15 children have died in a fire at an orphanage in haiti hung outside the capital port au prince was run by a u.s. based nonprofit group or 30 psi the blaze may have been started by candles used during one of haiti's free markets for. shock and sorrow outside the building that was home to more than 60 children half of the victims
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were babies or toddlers. because i work here is a teacher i'm here to help the children i'm like a father to them are gentle what happened there was nothing i could do when i arrived i saw the 15 corpses. rescue workers said they could have saved more lives but lacked bottled oxygen and the ambulances needed to transport all of the injured children to a hospital. it would mean you couldn't get to the top floor so we could take some children who were conscious to hospital unfortunately some of them couldn't get the treatment they needed. the home was run by a u.s. based nonprofit religious group that lost its operating license because of unsanitary and overcrowded conditions and insufficiently trained staff but in this
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desperately poor country there are hundreds of such care centers for children placed there by parents too destitute to support them. spoil. now in european football's governing body you wife has banned the english manchester city from champions league competition for the next 2 seasons in the state released on friday your wife says it's because of serious financial fair play bridge citizens of the writing premier league champions managed by spanish legend. and have now been found guilty of having falsely inflated the sponsorship revenues uy for have find a man sitting 30000000 euros club says it will appeal against the decision. or joining in the studio stadium because had a claim to have what is it now that manchester city are alleged to have done they fundamentally spent loads loads more money than they should have done it is complicated because there are rules these financial fair play rules that are
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supposed to limit how much of a loss each club is allowed to make but we have a specific situation with manchester city where the owner is shake monsoor from the abu dhabi ruling family and he's just poor billions of pounds into the city into manchester city and that has made the finances of the club very uneven he's put loads of money and bought expensive players paid them lots of money and didn't half it seems like didn't have enough of a sponsorship deal to offset the losses at the club by far too much of a large loss making the whole place really unstable so these us financial fair play rules is this not exactly what they introduced it is exactly why they were introduced they were introduced to control or to try to control this billionaire kind of you know play boys who buy themselves a football club for fun and want to go and win
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a big trophy and yet may not have the same kind of emotional attachment to these clubs that generations of fans might have and so my not wanting. to think about long term investment rather than make a pick splash with loads of cash basically so if you're a cynical football fan like me you might think this is going on all over the place why is it all blowing up now with mansions to see whether it's going on all over the place or not i'm not in a position. but e-mails were leaked last year basically there was a great big cash data dump of emails relating to football related specifically also to manchester city and that showed that this offset of finances had been supposedly happening with it with a massive sponsorship deal by actually had allied airline also an average of the company that was actually not to this massive amount of money i think 67000000 pounds a year supposedly in sponsorship wasn't coming from the airline but most of it was
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actually coming from shape one source family firm so looks like there was a bit of a dodgy dealing going on in terms of where the money was coming from in order to offset this massive influx of money from the shakes investments into the club those emails were leaked and there is a man currently in prison awaiting trial for alleged hacking of those emails so whether that will actually play into a house you see these e-mails are taken is another question but much of the city has been breaking the rules from the get go i when these financial fair play rules reduced in 2011 so they now the whole thing now goes to arbitration in. sport in switzerland manchester city say they're going to appeal we might have a ways to go and a club or thank you very much. well sticking with football and in the bundesliga is friday night john dalton cruised to
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a dome and i think 4 nil victory against frankfurt moving up to 6 in place in the title. veteran defendo lucas piece chick got the party started with just over half an hour gone it was then jade sanchez continuing his blistering form adding another early in the 2nd half golden boy erling holland then 7 recalled by nathan his goal in his 1st 5 when does the games just a few a few minutes later and referee old way of a random out of school one with a quarter of an hour left on the clock for neil to the one i'm so on. and before we go a video of an astronaut reuniting with her dog after spending nearly a year in spice is gone viral causing damn pozza around the world for staying a cost on this week off the 328 days on the international space station dog little brown dog known as l b d was very obviously lighted to see her again. not
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sure who was more excited glad she remembers me after a crash right when she posted a video on social media i think of that. coming up next world stories looks at dresden 75 years off of the city was reduced to ruins by the allied bombing if not in $45.00 more news coming up at the top of the hour with want to look good for now i'm anthony hallett thanks for joining us. w's crime fighters are back to africa's most successful in radio drama series continues this season the stories focus on hate speech cholera prevention and sustainable charcoal production. all of the sos are available online and of course you can share and discuss on africa's facebook page and other social media
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