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they're meant for the better it's up to us to make a difference let's inspire children. to whatever go the farming magazine. long d.w. . this is news coming to you live from berlin a deadly quake on the border between iran and iraq at least three hundred people are dead in uganda alone with over a thousand more injured relief efforts underway after this powerful trent lott hit near the iraqi town of. course a coming up. in the.
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u.k. . so needed by a strong man but protest as in money in the house and different greeting for donald trump as he met philippines leader a door to go to ted to. cut his. teeth is not enough time yet to shown mendis shows there's more to canadian music than just to be with a triumphant night at your lips and t.v. awards we have all the knights of the way does and who says. on and welcome i'm a bit touchy. risky as a scrambling to have victims of the iran iraq border that's off to
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a seven point three magnitude quake struck around thirty kilometers from the iraqi town of halabja late on sunday you don't an official say the trauma killed at least three hundred people in iran alone in iraq the interior ministry says at least seven people have been killed hundreds more have been injured it came out of nowhere and sent people fleeing into the night. in a matter of minutes their lives for two years to rubble the quake could be felt across iraq from here in the eastern city of karbala and over four hundred kilometers away. but it was iran that was the worst hit this was the scene and western kermanshah province buildings crumbled like house of cards destruction as far as the eye can see. as the clock ticked on the number of killed and injured take up a wall fell over me. with hospital struggling to cope with the flood of patients
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the iranian government has called on people to donate blood. in north in iraq the quake was literally broadcast on live t.v. . it looks like there's an earthquake happening where you are. yes there's an earthquake i'm going to go outside i'm sorry. the interview cut short by the tremors as people try to get to safety. the night dragged on makeshift camps mushrooms across the affected areas as many were forced to sleep in the streets. many no longer have a home and even those who do likely won't be able to return anytime soon. and for more on that ok i'm joined by professor mark allen he's from the sciences department adult university in the u.k. welcome professor what is your assessment of the scale and dimension of this
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earthquake. well from what we know so far the earthquake was usually large in this part of the world earthquakes are common in iraq and around sadly this will release estimated magnitude of maybe seven point three is much larger than we've recorded over the last few decades so what kind of an earthquake was this professor alan because you have earthquakes which i shall know which apparently a much more dangerous. this woman seems to for focused on about twenty three twenty four kilometers below the earth's surface so it's relatively deep for this part of the world you're quite right this is going to shallow or else it might be even more destructive and it is part of the whole patent earthquakes through the darkness mountains were to settle in place pushing against each other in the arabian places trying to go sliding underneath the
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eurasian continent so you have many earthquakes in this part of the world every year to six friendly ones is largely destructive was the events that recently appeared and is it possible to determine why this earthquake came at this particular time. no it's not we can make the general forecasts that earthquakes are going to occur in this part of the world but we're not yet able to give a useful tradition the certain individual earthquake is going to strike a particular time and place so i'm sorry that the space of the science of moments it is such that we can't give useful predictions as to where individual earthquakes it comes right and professor alan what about possible aftershocks is it likely that there will be more aftershocks now after this launch trim up yes unfortunately unfortunately it's highly marked the already sons of eight or ten significant
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aftershocks that occurred in the region and these are so far much smaller than they originally event american ships are all new yorkers for the fire which means that they will be expected syria because far as damage and cities are far superior than your original appearance but we cannot rule out that they may not be have to shock switches themselves quite sizable with the additional advanced scales american troops unfortunately might be seeing aftershocks martin she's six which themselves could be terribly extremely damaging typically in an area where the infrastructure has already been hard hit by landslides building collapses we'll see is some fold in the next days and weeks right professor mark allen from the department of sciences at daryn many of us do thank you very much for that assessment. france has been paying homage to the victims of the country's first ever terrorist attacks
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that shook the city of paris two years ago president emanuel mccraw has held a memorial ceremonies and met with survivors and family members on nov thirteenth two thousand and fifteen islamist extremists killed one hundred and thirty people at several locations across the city france has since passed a far reaching antiterrorism no that's been criticized for being civil liberties. did have his guard matis is in paris outside the butter kill concert and in a venue where ninety people were killed he had this to say with small and simple commemorative ceremonies songs today page tributes to the one hundred thirty people who lost their lives in paris two years ago outside the particular music club ninety names of those killed two years ago were read out followed by a minute of silence but the butler clone concert hall is also a good example that life has returned to this part of paris many people told me
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that they do feel more secure two years after the attacks with still thousands of soldiers patrolling french streets and a with ten thousand police officers to be employed in the years to come and with a new antiterrorism law that has replaced the state of emergency which gives the police extensive powers to detain suspects and to search houses at the same time police have warned that the risk of homegrown terrorist attacks still remains imminent still remains high and that is a big concern france is a country still very much marked by the events two years ago. debbie correspond modest reporting from barrus to u.s. president trumps visit to the philippines now and they've been clashes between police and demonstrators in central as the u.s. leader met his counterparts at a recent summit security teams to use water cannon on the anti trump demonstrators
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in the filipino capital protesters are angry over trump's visit this is worse than the human rights situation in the country away from the crowds the leaders took part in the opening ceremony for the two day summit trump later met his filipino counterpart roderigo detesting at the sidelines of the event. ok let me go now live to our correspondent on a sun to also she joins me now from the filipino capital on a given conflicting information about whether the issue of human rights was raised in the talks between the two presidents the white house says it was but the filipino government says it was not what is your understanding well the spokes person of the president after bilateral and he said human rights issues were not discussed it were not. so then they said he said that you judge their leaders had a general discussion but there was no mention of human rights that's
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a great disappointment to our human rights advocates who are hoping that the us and summit would be the venue for president donald to bring back the need to focus on the human rights crisis in the philippines because of the number of deaths related to the war on drugs launched by the characters' ministration and this is a highly anticipated meeting between the two presidents what does this visit mean for bilateral relations between the u.s. and the philippines the two leaders seem to have got on whether to even sung a song for the u.s. president. yes to tara to did sing a traditional filipino love song for president and you could see the two kind of like doing things two to appease her admirers one another donald trump and one traditional of our own to god i think the signals better bilateral relations between the two countries especially sense if we're going to compare it to the
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relations between president to tear to and then president obama. and they have been protests in the capital despite all this goodwill between the leaders you talk to some demonstrators what do they have to say to you there has been vigorous protests for the last five days every day from protesters who want to make it clear that president donald chop is not welcome in the country you visited the president the protesters kept this afternoon what we found among them was a lot of anger a lot of resentment towards philippine president rodrigo did a lot of them have voted for him and now that they feel yes flip flopped a lot of his campaign promises and strong on their hopes under the bus ride to. the filipino capital manila thank you very much. that now being your up to date with some other stories making news around the wild men mars army has replaced its
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general in charge of the trouble rakhine state no reason was given for major general long long so strands for operations by the man maher army have driven more than six hundred thousand muslim mostly from state to free across the border into bangladesh. saudi arabia has said it will reopen yemen's borders after widespread international criticism of its blockade around the arab world's poorest country yemen faces dire shortages of fuel food and water that the u.n. has said puts millions of lives at risk of famine a saudi led coalition had sealed off yemen last week in retaliation for a shia rebel missile attack. authorities are struggling to combat toxic small on the screen choking india's capital delhi for more than a week most schools have reopened after being closed for four days due to pollution alerts experts are reporting levels of poisonous airborne particles at ten times
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above the recommended limit. south korea's military says a north korean soldier has been shot and wounded while defecting to the south across the demilitarized zone which divides the penciler north korean troops reportedly fired at the soldier while he was attempting to pass through a border village the defector has been taken to a south korean hospital. canadian pop singer sean mendus lead the pack at the m.t.v. europe music awards in london on sunday night but the hockey to taylor swift failed to win any of the six categories for which he was nominated meanwhile the irish rockers you to one recognition for their decades at the top of the music industry the show was hosted by british r. and b. singer rita ora here's a glimpse of all the musical action. it's twenty seven. back
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. to nineteen year old canadian home from storming the show in london taking home best artist and best song for his hit single there's nothing holding me back he also won the biggest fans of us. thank you thank you guys so much. going to band together this is. the man this is the dancing on. the prize for best alternative act went to thirty seconds to mars with front man jared leto thanking europe for the award and blasting u.s. president on the terms immigration policies americans land of immigrants and we just want to say that we welcome you with open arms and with open hearts and rock legends you too woman global icon i want with lead singer bono paying tribute to
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