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we're just learning this is going to feel. this is d.w. news live from berlin the death toll will be staggering says the bahamas health minister as his country starts cleaning up from hurricane dorian. tens of thousands of people need urgent humanitarian aid for one of the bahamas worst natural disasters ever means many are still beyond rescuers reach. also coming up german chancellor angela merkel arrives in china hoping to improve political ties and
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securing economic agreement but pressure is on her to get tough on beijing over human rights abuses and the treatment of protesters in hong kong. plus 2 long time rivals battle it out in euro qualifying friday evening with germany taking on the netherlands. i'm william glue profits good to have you with us hurricane dorian is taking a nasty swipe at the u.s. south east coast bringing floods and tornadoes but the region appears to have escaped the worst it's a different story however in the bahamas which was devastated by the painfully slow moving monster storm 30 people are confirmed dead but the country's health minister says the final death toll will be quote staggering. i in the heart of the
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hurricane volunteer rescuers struggle to find what they're looking for but then dangling from the attic of a home life trapped by the storm one by one a family emerges from the darkness. the more fortunate are already returning home to dorian's destruction the island family's house was flooded everything destroyed all they want off autographs my wife. she said that she turned off she said there were no not the front door she said fund right. this was the scene when the island's made their daring escape clutching their most prized possessions.
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paradise has been pulverized thousands of homes on abaco island torn apart boats tossed around as the storm surge locals distraught. and is everything is gone. no buying no stores. no take at least 4 to 5 years to complete i don't know how long it takes for the rest of them but in this you know everything is gone just body. for those left behind putting the bahamas back together is expected to cost billions and the government says allies have promised to pay chain i spoke with president donald trump. who has expressed the support of. the assistance of the united states of america for her behalf and time. back at the island family home offers of help have been pouring into.
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this. but so many people. i try to help think 23 people have offered so much. oh. you know we're all wearing the same clothes that we escape it has him. so so. so it is really good to get support and know that you can rebuild like a north to that after surviving the 2nd strongest hurricane on record he and his family a lucky to be a life. kimberly mullings is a journalist in freeport on grand bahama a short while ago we asked her for an update on the rescue efforts i'm not sure about past few times at this point you know there's still chorus canvassing the air police officers and knocking on persons door is you know a lot of people of missing persons reports which you would suppose to do at this
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point now that we can actually get to that we say sure because that means underwater during that storm so that our command center and mima could not work properly here in the bahamas which is the national emergency management agency so a lot of those people you know we're trying to connect them with their families as best as best as we can but rescue efforts at this point they just need really a lot of them to manage through this storm they're like you know it doesn't make sense rescuing me. we just need state would get us you would get us more or less just clean up we have we have our mail boat which is coming in from the capital which are transporting people out of the island as long as also they are bringing bringing us some boots and water some supplies red cross fire on the island to date on the salvation that on the island today are all bombs to dense forest is assisting with your survey you have those items and we have a couple international organizations who are actually met with red tape you know
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they can't get so they don't know the allens right now because the government only want to work for the few organizations so you know there's a lot of a lot of things going up and down right now rask youth is still continuing it is factually the people who need medical assistance and the clinics they don't have water because we now meet me don't have water on the island which is a big problem so the clinics the hospital they need water clean water. here are some other stories making news around the world clashes have broken out of southern mexico between migrants and security forces the migrants from haiti in africa. entries want visas to continue northward acquiescing to u.s. demands mexican authorities have stepped up efforts to restrict migrants passing through mexico on their way to the u.s. border. sudan's newly appointed prime minister abdullah hum doc has announced his cabinet the 1st since the military ousted president omar al bashir in
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april it includes 4 women and as part of a power sharing agreement between the military and pro-democracy demonstrators i'm dr perry's include tackling the ailing economy and reaching a peaks with armed groups. u.s. rapper nicki minaj says she's retiring from music to have a family the artist announced the news to her 20000000 twitter followers one of the few female rappers binoche has won 6 american music awards and in 2016 she was included in the time 100 list of the world's most influential people. now german chancellor angela merkel has arrived in china to kick off a 3 day trip ahead of her 12th visit to the country medical stressed the importance of bilateral relations and cooperation in a phone call with china's premier league. in return least said both countries face common challenges it called for joint efforts deepening mutual understanding and
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trust and more free trade between the 2 countries. for more let's go to beijing with simeon a mystery a new a reporter with the d.p.a. news wire mina thanks very much for being here to tell us how might i'm going to mexico responds to pressure from hong kong protesters who are expecting her to address human rights. so german chancellor 2 angela merkel is certainly expected to raise the issue of hong kong protests during her meeting with chinese premier league. however it looks like she will go as far as meeting with the protesters. some protest leaders have have requested a meeting with her but her office has announced that she's not planning to meet with the protesters right so that's the humanitarian the democracy side of things this of course also has to do a lot with economics so how does the trade war with the u.s.
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affect germany china trade relations. trade were appears to be a major point of discussion during merkel's visit to beijing she actually said this morning at the beginning of her meeting. that she hopes for a quick resolution and a trade war because it is already affecting countries outside of china and the u.s. we all know that the chinese economy is slowing but the german economy is also slowing down and might even and the recession do mostly to. trade war between china and the u.s. and merkel will also be pushing. an investment agreement between the european union and china that both sides are working on so trade is a major a major topic right and now you know bring it down to us on the ground you're there in beijing what will average chinese people be seeing of this trip how will they be
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taking you know taking it in and does it have any significance for them. well chinese people tend to really like germany and this is something i've know this year well working for the german press agency. especially now when there's there's a there's a sentiment against the united states building up through propaganda and chinese state media. chinese people are looking toward other major economies as like the tension partners and germany is certainly an anchor for for china and in europe like it's a it's probably its most important. business and probably the arctic partner. ok so minister i don't beijing thank you very much for joining us. it's the standout match of euro qualifiers friday night 2 of europe's most talented
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football teams and long time rivals face off germany is hosting the netherlands in hamburg germany coach has played up his young teams closeness ahead of their match with the netherlands by and the ana gorecki are out injured has been a break in the chain. this is shocking but by the human mind it's a real shame. and know from experience when there was a bit of a break of a team in 2010 that they need to play with more or less the same starting line up. over $810.00 or 12 matches. without too many changes that he phoenix for and the own give. him and seems to have no problem switching up his young side and his 10 matches in charge he's never named the same lineup in 2 consecutive games like germany the netherlands also emerging from a difficult patch there's
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a dot in germany a sometimes stronger and sometimes weaker and that also has to do with the quality of the rival that little going to call the guys from dictators some of these 2 great rivals should find out for top spot in group c. germany have the upper hand thanks to a 32 win earlier this year an absolute am the last time they lost at home to the dutch was all the way back in 2002. this weekend marks the 90th anniversary of the italian grand prix at monza this year's race has received a welcome boost organizers have confirmed monza will stay on the formula one calendar until at least 2024 and for one of those sport's most famous teams 90 is also a special number this week. such a sea of red is usually only reserved for the racetrack was on ferrari's 90th birthday fans crown into midlands cathedral square they'd come to catch
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a glimpse of some ferrari legends past and present of course these drivers would have been nothing without the machinery behind them so some classic ferrari's around show to. these fans will be heading 30 kilometers up the road this weekend to monza to see if charlotte clare can follow up his maiden f one win in belgium last sunday looking back obviously very happy that this 1st win is done it's always difficult to do this this 1st step but once you do it is quite a bit of weight off your shoulders you clare has out shown his more senior teammate sebastian factor at times this season picking up the team's only win so far some have touted him as ferrari's future number one driver it was clear to see that he has a lot of potential i think he had a very strong season without. so you know i think it's good to see that.
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he's right on the pace straightaway and obviously from the team point of view i think the most important is that we work together not against each other one says quick straights will suit the ferrari is a fact so in the. capturing or on home soil would certainly be a dream birthday present so these fans. are right now there is climbing and then there is speed climbing against wait for it and elevator real life spider-man. needed just over 12 seconds to be eliminated lift racing $23.00 metres up the outside of a hotel in warsaw now when he's not racing machines he's beating human competitors having clinched several national and international trophies speed climbing is set to be part. next year's tokyo olympics. don't forget you can turn to d.w. news any time just download our free app from google play or the apple app store
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