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this is g w news live from berlin a 12 punch against forced johnson's plans the u.k. parliament has passed legislation that would make a no deal breck said illegal. prime minister came out fighting but lawmakers have approved the bill which would also delay the u.k.'s exit from the european union they then rejected johnson's call for a snap election. also coming up to hurricane dorian devastates the bahamas for the scale of the disaster caused by the monster storm is becoming clearer with tens of thousands of homes destroyed in huge numbers of people without food. plus
a neighborly cock up in france maurice the rooster is at the center of a court case over noise pollution for crowing too loudly at the crack of dawn. i'm william blue cross thanks for joining the british parliament has rejected prime minister boris johnson's call for a snap election members of parliament also defied him by passing a bill to prevent a no deal breck's it if they can't come to agreement on how to exit the e.u. by the up tobar 31st deadline. yet more setbacks for british prime minister boris johnson parliament voted to pass legislation blocking a no deal breck's it so he called for an early election. to go well this
is big in my view and the view of this government there is now be an election on tuesday the 15th of october. and i might be right over gentlemen to respond to decide which of us is probably this is that crucial council on thursday the 17th of october the leader of the main opposition labor party jeremy called an appeal to lawmakers not to back an early general election before october the 31st the current deadline for britain to leave the e.u. . mr jenner. thank you mr spray can be also the election to die is a bit like the offer of an awful to snow white in the working queen because what he's offering is not an apple or even election but the poison of a no day old. holding said however that he would back an election once the government took a no deal praxis off the table the moment of truth or. 10
punishments dealt another blow to the prime minister johnson needed to win the backing of at least $434.00 new makers but only $298.00 in favor of this political gamble on the part if the push prime minister that he can win a general election and see person leave the e.u. at the end of october is still very much up india. correspondent barbara has been following events for us in london he basically has to go to the european union that's what is what this do. will says and has to ask for 4 location off the exit date and he said he doesn't want to do this is absolutely against his plans and when and then i asked will he stick to the more he said yes he would sort of.
obey it but i mean there was a contradictory things that boris johnson said in that but it is quite clear that he does not want to see one so void is under all circumstances and so he lives to do that do anything to stop what the law which might come into legal force over this weekend all by the coming monday is so what the outcome of this is still open who's going to win this power struggle in this so the mentoring question for the british future is yet completely open. here are some of the other stories making news around the world the u.s. national transportation safety board is investigating the boat fire that killed 34 people off the california coast all but one body has been recovered and rapid d.n.a. tests are needed to identify the victims 5 of the 6 crew are the only survivors. italy's prime minister decepticons he has announced
a new cabinet to leave his populist and center left coalition always you dimaio the leader of the populous 5 star movement has been tapped to be foreign minister of the more they say a career civil servant replaces far right leader my tale salvini as interior minister. security has been stepped up in south africa and nigeria after attacks on foreign owned businesses in johannesburg and prizes carried out against south african stores in nigerian cities with diplomatic tensions increasing nigeria has announced it's boycotting the world economic forum currently meeting in cape town. and hurricane ravaged bahamas authorities and aid organizations have begun the task of clearing debris restoring power and reaching survivors the full extent of the damage and death toll has yet to emerge but hurricane dorian is being described as one of the worst in the nation's history the legendary beauty of the bahamas liason tasha's aerial photos show the brutality
with which hurrican dorian battered the island chain winds strong enough to push a bunch across the road and destroy the grand bahama international airport. now the focus has turned to finding survivors. whole the whole eastern end of the album. so people right now trying to mobilize themselves oaths chatzky they have they can't get there people have been stuck. for days we haven't heard them since the wee hours of the morning on monday things are pretty bad. people are nothing and i see nothing. that was on their back and they go home to nothing. but the nearby florida volunteers are packing relief supplies hundreds of people have donated goods they feeling lucky to have been spent millions full force. pope francis has arrived in mozambique the 1st
stop of a 6 day tour that includes madagascar and. natural disasters poverty and conflict are expected to be key themes during the visit mozambique is still recovering from a psych loan 6 months ago that was one of the worst in the region's history. our correspondent adrian krishna is following the pope's visit. the people of mozambique are looking very much forward to that was itself the pope but here in beirut some residents are disappointed that he's not going to come here and the area around was the region most affected by cycling the die in march that killed more than 600 people and left tens of thousands homeless the pope's individual message saying that although he can't go beyond the capital his heart is reaching out to the whole country he is expected to address the nature of that happens but also the fragile peace process just last month the government signed historic peace
treaty with the former rebel group are in the more but some of their fighters are still refusing to hands in their weapons. hong kong's chief executive carrie lee. has bowed to the demands of pro-democracy protesters and withdrawn the controversial extradition bill that sparked months of intense protests in the territory the proposal would have permitted defendants be sent to courts in mainland china for trial fellow citizens from ordinary lamb had already and fully declared the controversy of bill is being dead back in june and on wednesday she made it formal with a televised address. first the government will formally withdrawal the bill in order to fully allay public consensus. the secretary for security will move a motion according to the rules of procedure when the legislative council resort. said she was fully aware the move would not satisfy everyone and she was right
pro-democracy lawmakers responded to her announcement with disbelief. confessions so-called can focus. on the kool-aid but then make a stand. off and we're still the. issue think you can use some garden hose to put out. that's not going to be acceptable. and there were more fires in hong kong over the weekend the city saw heavy clashes between protesters and the authorities during the 13th consecutive week of protests . demonstrators blocked roads and public transport links to the international airport causing gridlock on routes to and from one of the world's busiest transport hubs. a program ocracy activist and somewhat of a spokesman for many of the demonstrators said carrie lamb's announcement was
simply an attempt to quell unrest against beijing's growing influence in the region we strongly aware that happens behind beijing government beijing. just try to you know protest by other things such. withdraw. at that's just the strategy for beijing hope to. reduce the number of participants. in the next few weeks said mainland china was particularly looking to the 1st of october china's national day a day when beijing will want to avoid a repeat of scenes like these. austrian skiing legend marcel here sure has announced his retirement is sure is widely considered the best competition steer in the world the 30 year old said he
wants to spend more time with his family. the final powerful one of australia's greatest ever sportsman must sell his share retired live on prime time austrian television they even moved an election debate to this such is the esteem in which he is sure is how he's long been contemplating retirement now the time had come it is. it's not a major surprise anymore today is the day i ended my active career as a ski racer this next step is going to be better and easier for me to me here should dominated the slopes trip decade a specialist in the winding world of slalom he won multiple world championships and the overall world cup title a record 8 times all in a row olympic gold eluded him until right until the end to gold simpy chang last year underlining his status as one of the sport's greatest despite still just being
30 and in good health has just set the rigors of combining skiing with a young family with too much. to make it on. me when i wanted to play football with my little boy go climbing and i felt this is the time to do these things while i don't have any serious injuries. only wish we had in. this year's world cup season starts in austria next month but now the home crowd will have to find someone else to cheer. now to illegal game of chicken playing out on an island off the french atlantic coast a rooster name stands accused of causing noise pollution which led to a lawsuit after his owners refused to get rid of the crowing bird the countryside wyler's say they won't be bullied by their city slicker neighbors who own a 2nd home next door on thursday a local court is expected to rule it either side has fallen.
a quiet lunch with maurice who could be france's most famous cockerel his owner coreen fares all has lived on the island of all over all for 35 years she points out the holiday home owned by the neighbors who is suing her they allege that morris is dawn cool at 5 am every morning is noise pollution madame fizeau sees this as an attack on the rural way of life. was it is repugnant. i said i'm not going to let myself be pushed around all our elected officials back me it's a big problem people have to understand that in the city they are used to city noises but in the countryside there are other noises that have always been that and that then normal things really it is. more the case has attracted a lot of attention the feds those have received messages of support from us far
away as the us version of the region. and from europe the french island of all or all is a popular holiday resort for most of the year just 7000 people live here but in some of the population swells to 5 times that the court case hinges on whether the island can be classified as a rural area or a semi urban one many visitors are surprised that the case even made it to court. that i could be these people who come from paris and complain about the rooster i shouldn't even be a lawsuit i just want to beat them up it's unacceptable this is all stupid. i think again it's a part of daily life and hearing a rooster cry was part of life and pretty nice to hear an animal express themselves . now it's down to the court to decide whether maurice's cry is noise pollution or
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