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this is news live from the building in turkey and russia begin joint patrols in northeastern syria the operation imams to move could use militias out of the region turkish president good one plans to resettle about 2000000 people but opponents say it's a human catastrophe in the making also on the program. german chancellor angela merkel talks trade and security with indian prime minister narendra modi seeking to build close to industrial and strategic ties. and mexico mocks the dying of the
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day it may sound like a gloomy affair but the festival actually is a joyous celebration of the souls of the deposit to come back and visit their families. welcome to the program turkey and russia have jointly launched ground patrols in northeastern syria the operation is part of a deal struck by the true countries to force kurdish fighters out of the territory need to board a military vehicles are patrolling is about 10 kilometers deep along the border mocking a major power shift in syria it's a month off to u.s. president donald trump with drew his country's forces from the area. russian troops have been carrying out join. patrols on the turkish syrian border since
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midday local time these images come from a region near the small turkish tion of. with the joint patrols ankara wants to prevent the kurdish white p.g. militia returning to the border driving the white p.g. out of the border region was one of the aims of turkey's incursion into northern syria which germany said was against international law. amnesty international says that turkish authorities are cracking down on critics of the military offensive and have made hundreds of arrests turkish officials have not confirmed the number amnesty says human rights activists journalists members of the opposition and private users of online networks have all been affected its findings were confirmed by the turkish human rights association. they need to commit to go to crackdown is working lots of people have deleted their posts online and stopped writing to the people who've written something critical have had their homes raided shalom levy of
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the. pro kurdish opposition h d p party says that more than 200 of its politicians have been arrested and more than 60 imprisoned since the beginning of the incursion into syria. well from syria to neighboring iraq now where at least $250.00 people have been killed in anti-government protests over the last month religious leaders have condemned the attacks on peaceful demonstrators but clashes with security forces are continuing the protests a fueled by anger at corruption unemployment and poor public services thousands over 10 to the capital baghdad fold the biggest mass demonstrations since the fall of saddam hussein. what might look to the world like a not the anti-government protest movement asking for democratic change is according to these iraqis actually a new form of independent local government for and by the people the people who feel let down i know who look at that quote i was going to be respectable among
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respectable people as far as we're concerned we have the worst passport in the world the worst nationality and they say we're at the forefront of the most corrupt countries where one of the top countries with oil reserves and yet we're a poor nation but what they have less important to them is that they are taking a democratic message to the streets they goals are more tangible like simply cleaning the streets sick of waiting they are doing it themselves. in the last 7 days we've been able to paint sidewalks so we bring water we restore electricity we are just like a small country in this area if you want. to let them back to. the clashes between law enforcement and the people have been deadly on friday more than 300 wounded on the front line is people power was stopped before it could cross a bridge from tahrir square toward a well fortified green zone where government is housed and it's a lot of it. i've been here for 8 days since last thursday we've been here until
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now they said on friday there will be demonstrations we took part in peaceful demonstrations they threw tear gas and sound for nates at us it is the president bar him sally says prime. minister abdul mahdi will step down but only when a successor has been identified a potentially months long process when iraqis want action measured in days. when we don't have an honest government not only a muddy is corrupt all politicians who have been ruling iraq are corrupt we don't want to also beloved we want all corrupt politicians to be uprooted. but if he was fired the next one will be worse. to clear timelines for reform have emerged the slower constitutional route to newly promised elections proposed by a government accused of deep seated corruption and the fastest street by street
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self-determination by an impatient people shitting and meeting their own standards of living in lieu of what they say has not been provided in the 16 years since regime change. now to some of the other stories making news around the world and us democratic presidential hopeful better iraq has announced he's ending his campaign the former texas congressman ran for president after losing his 2018 bid to oust republican senator ted cruz 17 candidates remain in the running for the 2020 democratic nomination. british police say they now believe all 39 people discovered dead in a truck container last week were vietnamese citizens some of the victims have been identified and police are in contact with their families in vietnam and the u.k. several arrests have been made in britain island and vietnam. and russia
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has introduced a new law that gives the government the power to disconnect the country from the global internet the kremlin says it's protecting itself from cyber attack but critics have condemned the war as a step towards more sense. this year. german chancellor angela merkel and india's prime minister narendra modi have been holding tried talks in delhi the 2 leaders signed a series of agreements that strengthen industrial and strategic links mr modi also announced that the 2 countries would work to combat terrorism and extremism but despite the show of support there are divisions. india's prime minister pulls out all the stops of the german chancellor the woman he likes to describe as a great leader. has come down in kashmir would remain the elephant in the room for much of the day. modi's decision to strip the region of its semi autonomous status
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has sparked outrage there and in the bring pakistan. they're only doing press conference both sides appear keen to stress what they have in common. rather than what divides them horrible gentlemanly energies and germany's friendly relations based on core values like democracy and the rule of law this is why we have similar views about the great challenges that face our world or to fight the dangers of terrorism and militancy we will strengthen bilateral and multilateral ties all. not be critical while out for mackerel for the unapologetic nationalist modi as both sides exchanged more than a dozen by natural memoranda ranging from farming to joint development of artificial intelligence. the only mention of kashmir is when merkel meets the german press before heading to do know with the prime minister. i 1st would like to
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hear the arguments of the prime minister on this situation for the people that is not sustainable and not good something that surely needs to be improved. i'm going to machall visited the site of my gandhi's cremation as well it's 150 years since the birth of india's father of the nation but this is a ball they look into the past is in contrast to the tangible commitment from both sides to be driving forces of a multilateral future germany wants to be part of india's rise both as economic power and as political counterweights to only present china internal tensions like kashmir are seen as something that's worthy of criticism but outweighed by the economic and political potential india offers in the future. which is now in the blunders league is like game on saturday the 2 teams from berlin will lock horns in across town derby west berlin herta being
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a familiar presence in the top flight for decades will pay a visit. on the hosts playing in their 1st ever season in the bundesliga and that makes this showdown something truly special for germany's capital. with activity the newly promoted team is ready for the showdown with. the german cup on tuesday and now it's time for the darby. he is a dumpy but the city is a bit more special i'm expecting an awesome encounter. speed i think it's important to find the right balance between being aggressive and staying cool. 30 years ago just days after the fall of the berlin wall thousands of fans from the east made the pilgrimage to
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a lympics stadium to see 2nd division side among them many only on supporters at the time it was a special east west fan friendship but what happens on the pitch will be the main focus in the 1st just league clash between the 2 clubs. despite the tension in both camps but at the end of the day it's all about keeping a cool head about trying to put in the best light as a city. city at least to get. on saturday night at the altar 1st of all i wear lin we'll find out whether oneone or hair are number one in the german capital. well saudi arabia hosted a night of wrestling on thursday and aside from featuring former heavyweight boxing champion tyson fury the event saw the country's 1st ever women's match natalya and lacey evans faced off in the ring in riyadh for the w w e crown jewel event in much more modest attire then they normally wear when
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competing. came away the winner the most striking aspect of the evening was the emotional reaction of the fans and the wrestlers themselves it was 2018 women were 1st allowed into the stands as the college at the country sports stadiums. full mexico has been marking the day of the dead despite the gloomy name it's one of the most colorful festivals of the year the souls of dead children are believed to visit their families on the 1st of november and souls visit a day like. there's nothing dark about dia de los muertos or day of the dead in mexico. this national holiday has dance music. and a whole lot of flair. it seems. everyone always has a fear of death and in mexico it's a part of a celebration of
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a ritual of color in the whole world that something would target frightening something to mourn but here it's filled with joy and custody something wonderful. this remembrance attracts tourists from all over the world and it's been recognized by unesco as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity. traditional tributes include colorful costumes and offerings placed on altars commemorating the lines of family and friends and the. best you can see on the altar there are many meanings it's a celebration for loved ones who are gone but i will say this. some alters on multiple levels high and topped with pictures of the person honored mourners crowd simmer terry's where graves and tombstones are decorated with miracles and candles
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. still on this day we come to light their way with lights which are the candles and flowers to show them the way home. as. a way to connect with loved ones and to remember death is nothing to fear. well before we go let's take a look at some twin panda cubs who lean in zoom for the 1st time since they were born they were born at the zoo in august stuff say the cubs which way a little over 3 kilos h. have already made their 1st attempts at crawling keepers have been helping their mother. child kids eugene's as pandas normally nurse only one cow.
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