tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle February 18, 2018 4:00am-4:02am CET
i also admire people who want to stay here and who decided to create something. in peace time what needs to happen if tolerance and reconciliation or to stand a chance of darkness cities after a war starting march tenth. turkish german journalist says he was held hostage without charge by ankara the forty four year old was released after over a year in turkish custody on friday pending trial for spreading propaganda in support of a terrorist organization denies the allegations five other germans who call political prisoners still remain behind bars in turkey. the german foreign minister sleeve calls for european unity during his address at the munich security
conference he also says the u.s. and europe need to return to historical bonds in the face of growing assertiveness from countries like china he emphasized this is not the time for pursuing individual national interests. a mexican military helicopter has crashed in the state as a prepare to land killing at least thirteen people on the ground and injuring fifteen others it was carrying officials including the country's interior minister who were serving damage from a powerful earthquake no one on board was seriously injured. kosovo is marking a decade since independence from serbia prime minister rudd says two thousand and eight marked a new beginning for its ethnic albanian majority one hundred seventeen nations have recognized kosovo but its sovereignty remains fiercely contested by serbia.
airbus is soaring again the airplane manufacturers pinning its hopes on the a three twenty one neo. based on the mid-range a three twenty one family this new craft can fly over seven thousand kilometers thanks to the addition of a third fuel tank the narrow body plane has only a single aisle but can still carry up to two hundred passengers. it also costs a third less than regular aircraft. it's already garnered one hundred orders. it's the new plane will compensate for the poorly performing a three eighty super jumbo. weak demand had cast doubt on continued production of the world's biggest passenger plane. but it was given a new lifeline when dubai based carrier emirates placed a large recently.