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this is d.w. news live from berlin hong kong police strike early firing tear gas to disperse an unsanctioned protest is comes after demonstrators take to the streets in what they say is an emergency call to preserve tom collins autonomy our correspondent is in the middle of those protests and also coming up a new partnership for india and germany and chancellor angela merkel and prime minister narendra modi announce a raft of deals and they seek to build closer industrial and strategic times. and
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as germany gets ready to celebrate 30 years since the wall came down a massive art project is unveiled here in berlin made up of thousands of colorful streamers and messages of love and peace. by marrying a evanston welcome to the program police have been firing tear gas in multiple locations in a bid to break up a fresh round of mass protests in hong kong authorities had banned all protests today which were originally billed as an emergency call for autonomy from mainland china but police quickly cracked down on an initial gathering and then in other parts of the city as well this is the 22nd straight weekend event government demonstrations in hong kong. w.
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charlotte chills of hill has been reporting from the midst of these demonstrations and she's been forced to wear a gas mask to protect herself from the tear gas used by police i spoke to her just a short while ago and asked if the demonstrators were prepared for such a swift and harsh response by police. i think a lot of people are taking to the streets marianna none of that there is always the risk of casting kind of police hot well you know a put up that they use when they're warning that to be going up it was about because i think it came as a surprise to a lot of people that they were following directly into this not public park particularly since a lot of the protesters what they were doing with still no polo they tried to circumvent the ban on the card just by saying that it was an option moving out of district council election but i don't think they do that mum * things that are good if they build it as such what they were doing remains no hope please clearly don't store it differently sorry not to go out into the public we thought the number of
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children well if either to cast people as you are the way the clones running i was streaming coping as well from the effect of that so you got sweet off him for that as well so it's that people of the stuff from that part of the mouth and marching down the streets just behind me of the moment is very is quite chaotic no no one really knows exactly whether you should be hunted not just police fired tear gas at various different locations usually busy bustling shopping area or quite on top of the man we've seen in watertown and falling through the streets as well you do got the sons the police all trying to crack down on those protests as soon as possible before it could even get underway and in previous weeks early in the evenings that we were really so huge mobs of 2 cars that has now changed police very quick to trying to stir people as soon as possible for a show so it does seem like this is a new tactic by the police striking much sooner that we've seen over the past few
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weeks but is it going to work are protesters going to be deterred with this very swift and very harsh response by the police. who hasn't done so far mary and as i was saying people here. well used to take out a lot of people come to power the lot of people. like the ones that way wearing knowledge protect them from the idea that how about to go on both although i don't have to cut you off if i want to talk about coming to try to talk to them. and that was our hong kong correspondent phil who had to take cover as police moved in with water cannon just a short time ago. all right turning now to some other news and german chancellor angela merkel and indian prime minister narendra modi have been holding trade talks in delhi this year leaders signed a series of agreements strengthening industrial and strategic links modi also
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announced the 2 countries would work to combat terrorism and extremism but despite the show of unity there are still divisions. india's prime minister pulls out the hopes of the german chancellor the woman he likes to describe is 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 has sparked outrage there and in the bring pakistan about only doing press conference both sides appear keen to stress what they have in common. rather than what divides them horrible gentlemanly energies in germany's friendly relations are 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
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going to. not be critical words from machall for the unapologetic nationalist modi as both sides exchanged more than a dozen by natural memoranda ranging from farming to joint development or part of fishel intelligence. the only mention of kashmir is when merkel meets the german press before heading to dinner with the prime minister. i 1st like to 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. angle americal visited the site of last 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. w.'s chief political editor michelle
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a fair filed that report and she sent us this update on the german chancellor's last day in india the german chancellor has chosen a car components balance so to power its metro station as a last stops before she heads back to that it's symbolic for germany's focus on the losses on top business potential somebody sees here in india the issue of kashmir is something i'm going to raise as well that caused quite a stir once you describe the situation of people that as unsustainable she also brings to. mind their event the mode that choice to either remain on the politics or about his clampdown. in these times which india is competing with find it to become the most populous state the german hope is that it will take on more responsibility in the future on that the world's largest democracy. the wealth of counterweight in times of you political state. let's get
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a check now some of the other stories making news around the world a raid on a military post in northeastern mali has left $53.00 soldiers and one civilian dead officials are describing it as an act of terrorism if so it would be one of the deadliest attacks in a country that suffered years of jihadist assaults israel has carried out air strikes on a militant training camp in the gaza strip authorities said the raids came in response to 10 rockets fired at israel from gaza most of which were intercepted palestinian say one man was killed in the israeli strikes. russian and turkish troops have begun joint patrols on the syrian border this comes after turkey invaded northern syria to drive kurdish militia out of the region and the city international says turkish authorities are now cracking down on critics of the operation. the town long cave in thailand has reopened one year after
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12 young boys and their soccer coach were trapped inside the 3 week ordeal of the wild boars soccer team grips the country and the world some 2000 tourists were present for the caves reopening. to chile now where around a pharaohs and women have taken to the streets in the capital santiago to demand justice for those killed in social unrest triggered by a proposed economic reforms the government says it will now scrap a controversial plan to cut corporate taxes but demonstrations are continuing with more violent clashes between security forces and protesters the interest is fueled by a deep sense of anger over inequality in the latin american nation. a silent but powerful protest chile's women demanding justice for the 120 people
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who have been killed in the last 2 weeks and the more than 1300 others who've been injured. the silent march started off another day of demonstrations on this long weekend in chile demonstrations that quickly escalated as tens of thousands on said social media calls to take to the streets and you know them we are trying to make our pain visible and our inability to continue supporting a system that has also absolutely subjugated an alienated without the possibility of growing as human beings because that will sort of. clashes soon broke out after security forces tried to disperse protesters with tear gas and water cannon. the central plaza tahrir square has been the epicenter of the protest movement a place to gather for people who are angry about low salaries and pensions poor
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public health care and education and a wide gap between the rich and the rest. thanks i'd rather die here in the streets fighting than paying off my credit card debt i work in retail because i can't find work in the area i studied i studied audiovisual communication and i've never been able to find. good job in that area. chile is latin america's wealthiest country on a per capita basis and billionaire president sebastian pinera is a target for many of these angry protesters. who don't want that we can't take this anymore so this savage capitalist system. 30 years of savage capitalism is killing us death by starvation what. the government has announced a series of social measures and a cabinet reshuffle to try to appease the demonstrators that cools for president pinera as resignation are growing. it's been
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almost 30 years since the berlin wall came down bringing the divided city back together celebrations are planned across the german capital for next weekend's anniversary and the centerpiece has just been unveiled it's a huge our project that commemorates the many people who made their voices heard in 1989. it's gonna take fishing that full of hand-written massachusetts contending memories and hopes and demands this art installation visions in motion that's barley unsprung book gates commemorates the fall of the berlin wall the basic idea there's the physicality of it which is to create a surface that is the lightest possible that floats on the wind that creates this this feeling of. something happening that's bigger than yourself you know we're all aware of the wind on our on our skin and you feel it in your hairs in your skin and you know it's happening but become if you become used to it it's like that's just
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what's there but when you can see it and sense it and hear it and feel it coming and all of a sudden you're aware of a bigger presence around sharon was eager to involve as many people as possible in the work for his installation the organizers collected massachusetts on line on the streets and workshops with students. this piece of art here is made out of 30000 messages from people from all over the world explaining what the fall of the virgin wall 30 years ago means to them and what they think should be different today. visions in motion seeks to honor the protest in east germany and 989 through the massachusetts demonstrators put on their posters demanding freedom and the demolition of the barrier that for so long divided the city that call is one the open eyes of this art installation feel has to be expressed loudly again but
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instead it often are not we're doing this because we're living in a time when walls are going up again in other parts of the world and because we want to and must confront what we're ready to stand up for today and so i know that's the morning according to many of the mass it is people want to fired from our mutual understanding around the world individual thoughts that like here turn into a way for that will bring some color to a typical november. soccer now in the friday night bundesliga match hoffenheim had no trouble posting a 3 nil victory against drug potter boren roberts go fired any free kick from $25.00 yards less than 2 minutes into the game to put the hosts hoffenheim in the lead to more 1st half goals rounded out the scoreline hoffenheim stay in the top half of the table while potter bourne remains mired in last place. and before we go there's just time to show you pictures of the 1st meeting since their birth of twin panda cubs the siblings were born in berlin zoo at the end of august
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staff say the baby bear is which now way just a little over 3 kilograms each have already made their 1st attempts at crawling keepers have been helping their mother mingling with childcare duties as and this normally nurse only one cup. so cute you're up to date and d.-w. news omarion evan steen thanks for watching. where i come from we have to fly for a free press and what's born and raised in a military dictatorship with just one t.v. shadow and if you newspapers one official information as attorneys i have worked all over the streets of many countless floor rooms are.


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