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but suddenly life became alledge. providing insights global news that matters d. w. made for minds. this is the w.h.y. from the israelis prime minister announces his resignation as his coalition government disintegrates giuseppi contents as the blame for the crisis lies with interior minister. there's fear who withdrew his party's support for the coalition earlier this month and said good luck to russia for the latest also on the program britain's prime minister issues a fresh challenge to the european union of bret's it. describes the e.u.
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as being a bit negative and says the clock must scrap its current plan to avoid for the. i'm full gale welcome to the program. italy's governing coalition has collapsed after the prime minister announced his resignation today giuseppe county's decision came after his far right interior minister the tassel vini withdrew support for the ruling coalition in this month accused salvini of carrying out a selfish power play opinion poll suggests l.v. could become prime minister if the country holds snap elections. that she is and she is for the italian prime minister as he arrived at the senator and rome for a crucial debate on the government's future. in
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a dramatic announced he resigned from his post bringing its it is populous government to a swift and after just 14 months in power come to accuse interior minister matteo salvini of being the sole architects of the country's seemingly endless political crisis. joining us for the reasons that lead me to call the decision to spark the government crisis extremely irresponsible. i must say that the interior minister has shown he is acting out of personal and party interest but the. contrary blasted salvini for breaking up the right wing coalition with the intent of going it alone. we don't need men with absolute power. but people with a strong sense of responsibility. if it was solid
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it was a salvini the leader of it is writing lead part he told senators the teacher gets the government crisis because he's not afraid of an early vote. when my will do everything that i did all over again. everything with the great strength of being a free man. and woman leave it means i'm not afraid of being judged by the italian in the. can on a par with. the judy so that his supporters were also out in force chanting elections now is now oh salvini has made clear his bid for power and his popularity is steadily on the rise because of his anti migrants policy this
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almost matthew that he employed has plunged its an even deeper into one of its was to political crises in recent she is. a. zonda who joins us on the line from her home welcome max is this a crisis or is it just the way italy does politics. for sure this is a very serious situation it only has had many early elections but this is different this is an unprecedented situation this was an unexpected for you minister try to attempting to overthrowing the government creating a crisis where there have been no crisis or previously this could have some serious effect in the short and long term will depend on the up coming days and no more and figure out what what's what's going to happen next let's talk about the coming days so we have a prime minister who resigns does not necessarily mean the government falls. well
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the big army is technically up and running it's up to concert to formally hand over power or essentially go to the president who doesn't tell them of the law and decide on the next steps which means officially stepping down and there's a constitutional process of that he has to follow but then after that the president will hold talks and try to find alternative options and try to talk to the parties try to form a 3rd of government which would need tension ousting labor party and having a change the style and the p.d. party forming a center left coalition government basically throwing selvi out of the game so it all depends on what you actually can come up with another option would be forming a caretaker government that would take care of the government until elections could be called or this could happen in october or november so it's possible of not so subtle way may have miscalculated that the he might not get
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a shot at it this time. that is true self any thought because of his rising popularity this this would be a done deal this would be a safer way of gaining power and taking power over by himself but he simply lacking the numbers and there's quite some some opposition within the parliament so it does not look like that whatever the solution will be whatever the president will come up with will entail mathilde mathilde for these. sons and thank you. i will stay in italy where prosecutors have ordered the immediate disembarkation of migrants on board a rescue ship anchored off the island of lampedusa 89 stuck in deteriorating conditions on the open arms rescue vessel interior minister material as southie had defied a court order allowing them to disembark on tuesday 15 people jumped from the ship
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and swam ashore others have been evacuated for medical treatment a space had agreed to take in the migrants of mr ending a navy ship to lampedusa it's not clear where migrants will be allowed to land following the prosecutor's intervention. but as prime minister barak johnson has called on the european union to scrap its plan to avoid a hard border in ireland after britain leaves the e.u. the so-called irish backstop has been a sticking point in the backseat debate in the key reason his predecessor threesome may fail to get her breakfast plan through parliament mr johnson said to the assets of the european council leader donald tusk complaining about the backstop that mr towser came back saying the use plan is the only one on the table. dear donald begins boris johnson's letter to european council president donald tusk in a 4 page missive johnson describes how the so-called backstops solution for the irish border is undemocratic and infringes on britain's sovereignty and must
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therefore be removed from the withdrawal agreement the prime minister's made it clear that the withdrawal agreement because the backstops now been rejected 3 times something's got to change the alternative arrangements for me are all being investigated and the prime minister's made it clear if the e.u. is willing to be flexible on that one point then we've got a really good chance of getting a deal through the house of commons the backstop as a last resort solution to keep the border between british northern ireland and e.u. member aren't open even after brags that many fear that civil conflict could flare up again if new border controls are implemented johnson is now calling for alternatives to the backstop without offering any concrete proposals this is drawn a cool response from the european commission by science began the negotiations with a commitment to avoid a hard on the island island and the backstop is the only means identified so far by
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both parties on at this commitment prime minister johnson will be in berlin on wednesday for talks with chancellor angela merkel. we'll take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world a turkish police refused. to disperse protesters in the city of back here after the ousting of 3 opposition party mess a turkey placed a match for state officials in 3 major south eastern cities accusing them of crimes including spreading terrorist propaganda. the syrian opposition forces have withdrawn from the strategic town of conscious and the country's last rebel held province syrian government should somehow i said to move forward to move towards the town. which has been hit by tens and strikes over the past few days. and indian spacecraft launched last month has begun to open a little attempt india's 1st moon landing on the 7th of september if successful
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this will make any of the 4 countries do so after the united states russia and china. germany's chancellor i'm going to macros in the capital of iceland reykjavik for a summit of nordic leaders climate change and mitigating it's a big part of their agenda she on the nordica government leaders agree that of climate change is visible in their countries and also in germany. 6 european leaders and one common goal german chancellor angela merkel joined the leaders of denmark finland iceland norway and sweden to discuss how to better tackle climate change i mean this is stuff we all agreed that climate change is becoming visible not only in the nordic countries but also in germany it's not only that the 1st glazier have to be mourned here in iceland but each one of us can say that we have had very unfamiliar weather conditions the price of doing nothing will certainly be
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higher than the price of action suffice to say. merkel was the guest of honor of the nordic council of ministers in iceland the country is planning to become climate neutral by 2040 a decade before germany the region has high ambitions it wants to become the most sustainable in the world those are words that actually have a very big meaning it means that we are really a knowledge of the climate crisis that if we are focusing on actions we think of this as a call for actions and actions are stronger than words on monday the german chancellor joined the icelandic prime minister at the think that live national park a world heritage site near a cubic the nordic leaders and merkel also agreed to create a platform to work together more closely on issues like sustainability and democracy. to support real stars and germany's blunders league
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15 yo the midfielder touted as the next big thing and buying munich to the training pitch of his new club for the 1st time today but he's only on love from barcelona and the team the spend a staggering 160000000 euros to get him by own will have an option to buy continue the end of the season. fans of all sizes withstood the rainy weather to get a glimpse of byron's new number 10 foot lead katyn yo the announcement on the club's instagram page was their 1st post to gain over 1000000 likes. and well i think good seno for the loan in other words was a good decision. because he's a strong player. and i think you'll do good. still as with biron players like robert levin darcy some fans wish the club would be more ambitious in this transfer window. i had wished for a little more for
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a bit more euphoria from the transfers but what has happened in the last week has won me over again and i'm looking forward to the next season when you're through them another new signing not on loan is france under 20 international mikail quis on by and signed the former much ungloved midfielder intil 2024. in the english premier league manchester united have called on social media companies to do more after their midfield a poll of pogba suffered racial abuse online the french world cup when it missed a penalty during united's want to move on to bongos on monday and then received abuse on social media in a statement united said they would take the strongest course of action against those involved and added that we also encourage social media companies to take action in these cases. there's by cecilia no messy abraham of making the shortlist for goal of a year but this year you can also add the name of billy since then billy sims and
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place for cliftonville ladies in the north of ireland women's league and only this stunner from inside hof again shown swifts last summer she is one of 3 women on the 10 plan a shortlist that will be announced. next. looks like a piece of video out from the museum or gallery what you see behind me is a real scene from the state of colorado strong gusts of wind created what people are calling the great naturist migration 29 take their beds had reportedly been laid out for an open end movie night with the wind. the ideas on the mattresses eventually migrated across to a public swimming pool. his remainder of the top story at this hour i taught him privacy just said because he has announced his resignation in
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a speech to lawmakers he blames the country's far right interior minister. for breaking up the ruling coalition. into his business africa that's the news of the talk me our out in the meantime of course there's always the latest on the website that's. out of the day. s.o.s. euro. crisis. if it's to have a future champions young champions. activists
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who are in countries. fighting for the dream. good.


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