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this is news to live from berlin punk kong police strike early and firing tear gas to disperse an unsanctioned protest demonstrators again take to the streets in what they say is an emergency call to protect on kong's independence our correspondent is in the middle of those protests also coming up. a new partnership for india and germany chancellor angela merkel and prime minister narendra modi and down so raft of deals as they seek to build closer industrial and strategic time.
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and fans are going to south africa for the new rugby world championships the springboks put on a dominant display outclassing england $3212.00 in the final and south africa's 3rd world cup title. i'm michael ok 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 police quickly crackdown on an initial gathering and then did so in other parts of the city as well this is the 22nd street weekend of anti-government demonstrations in hong kong. the w.'s trawler chelsea and phil
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is in hong kong covering today's demonstration she joins us on the phone police started cracking down early on the rallies what's the effect been. that's right less than an hour into the process people gathering it at least very quickly sighed pagan sending them running now with the effect that i had with people so much too fast to do as they're usually very busy shopping district people and running in all directions that they were met with police officers who away saying as you said multicast has been fired in multiple different areas in that the shopping district throughout the afternoon and into the alley thing we know from police as well that the person rents have been made they say that they say that craig has been firing petrol bombs building and setting light to barricades this clash is still ongoing at the moment between police and protesters in fact that
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what i meant to be to sanction ronnie's happening is not looting eating which would but i. don't like police and life because that is shooting herion and home call it really is very difficult to avoid to take as if you're anywhere near these protests . in the constant previous months taken with you can it was not the result will be like your own entity when real clashes started to break out now there is because police are calling these these rallies on also rise and sanctions they are very quick don't attempt to distract people because the prices really even have a chance to get out the way. so late it's the 22nd straight week and almost half a year of protests in hong kong just a movement still have momentum. well the numbers of people that these protests at every weekend now to the street is starting to 20 a little bit of tea months ago we saw according to one the protest organizers we
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saw up to 2000000 people on the streets of hong kong marching we haven't seen anything like that now with pot because there has been this huge escalation of london on this day 33 quick to tell you to get to you to discuss protesters they were on the commission to do a protest that really is keeping people off the streets that's not to say that the vent to me is dying down people finding other ways of supporting need pretenses whether it be offering them financial support to over the day simply try and just take on to some of the people was that a taking place that the crisis is a quest to be trying to find ways to reinvent reason to justify i have people coming out on the streets every different rally every weekend has a different tagline a different motivation says it's being and that really is keeping people on the streets i think a lot of people a feeling now that this has been already been going on the slide months now that if
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they die if they give up now if they don't keep going for that right now that democratic rights as they see it then when when will they show itself until keeping an eye on developments in hong kong thank you so much german chancellor angela merkel and indian prime minister narendra modi you have been holding trade talks in delhi the 2 leaders signed a series of agreements strengthening industrial and strategic links modi also announced that the 2 countries would work to combat terrorism and extremism but despite the show of unity 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 his clampdown 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 then they bring pakistan at their only doing press
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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 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 going to. not be critical words from machall for the unapologetic nationalist modi as both sides exchanged more than a dozen bilateral 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 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
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not good something that surely needs to be improved would are going to machall visited the site of law 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 as in contrast to the tangible commitment from both sides to be driving forces of a multilateral future. now to some of the other stories making news around the world a raid on a military post in north eastern mali has left $53.00 soldiers and one civilian dead officials are describing it as terrorism if so it would be one of the deadliest attacks in a country that has suffered years of jihad assaults protestors in iraq have taken over an abandoned building in baghdad as a focus for their dissent the growing movement began spontaneously weeks ago on social media with anger against government corruption and
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a demand for basic services. 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 the time alone cave in thailand has reopened one year after 12 young boys and their soccer coach were trapped inside the 3 week plight of the wild boars football team gripped the country and the world some 2000 tourists were present for the caves reopening. to chile where around a 1000 women have taken to the streets in the capital santiago to demand justice for those killed in social unrest triggered by proposed economic reforms the government says it will now scrap a controversial plan to cut corporate taxes but demonstrations are continuing with
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more violent clashes between security forces and protesters the rest 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 20 people who have been killed in the last 2 weeks and the more than 1300 who have 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 i'm going to them we are trying to make our pain visible and our inability to continue supporting a system that has lost absolutely subjugated an alienated without the possibility of growing as human beings that will sort of. clashes soon broke out after security
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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 public health care and education and a wide gap between the rich and the raised. thank you 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 a job in that area so 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 know what we can't take this anymore this savage capitalist system. 30 years of savage capitalism is
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killing us death by starvation what. the government has announced a series of social measures on the cabinet reshuffle to try to appease the demonstrators that calls for president pinera as resignation are growing. breaking news now in sports south africa have just won the rugby world cup the springboks defeated in 3212. in the final in yokohama japan south africa took an early lead in the 1st half with paula kicking for penalty however the english side made it tight with their own penalty kicks for a south african $126.00 half time read the springboks then took control in the 2nd half eventually to win by 32 points to 12. and joining us now from cape town south africa to discuss the rugby world cup is d w correspondent adrian creation adrian the party is no doubt starting right about
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now how important is this title to south africans. absolutely said of the party has started a lot of people on the streets here the pops and bars in cape town where completely packed and not only throughout the country people were following what's happening and everybody is of course totally happy about this victory the captain has talked to the crowd right after the victory and he actually says we have so many problems back home and this victory was so important to show what we can achieve as a country if we all stand together no matter what background or what raise you have and this is definitely the good news that south africa needed after weeks of rather negative news in a phobic attacks a struggling economy now finally something positive and i think it's a good reason for south africans to really celebrate today they didn't give us a little perspective how does the sport rank for example with the world's most popular sports football. well so you have to know that rugby has been
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traditionally robber seen as the sports of the oppressors of the white minority during apartheid times and this slowly changed we all remember in 1995 when south africa won the world cup here in south africa nelson mandela gave the cap to his players and the whole nation was celebrating nonetheless throughout that time it was still a very wide. sports just few black players made it in the national team but this time round. lucy for the 1st time a black captain and this is a very strong sign a very strong message to the young people that they are important they have somebody to look up to and this definitely pushed forward also the importance of the rock the sporty in south africa what kind of reception do you think the south africans receive when they get back home. or definitely here is reception people are already mobilizing to come to the airport in johannesburg the day people or the players will be coming back for japan so there
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will definitely be more celebrations here. it increased thanks so much for that perspective. and before we go there's just enough time to show you pictures of the 1st meeting since their birth of 2 panda cubs since they 1st met the siblings were born at berlin berlin zoo at the end of august staff say the baby bears which now wait just a little over 3 kilograms each have already made their 1st attempts at cloning keepers have been helping their mother with childcare duties since pandas normally nurse only one cup. so keep. coming up next reporter meet 2 women who were spied on by the east german secret police for years after they applied to go to the west you're watching news from berlin we have more at the top of the hour as always and don't forget you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our web site. www dot com thanks for
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