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elusive records some are destroyed cities. villages the sites of our us starts october 24th on d w. this is d w news live from berlin poland's ruling conservative no one justice party wins the general election according to an exit poll the poll shows that the party has expanded its majority the result comes after it introduced a controversial judicial reform it's also coming up. turkey pushes on with its offensive in northern syria german chancellor angela merkel
tells turkey's president the assault must assault and meets must stop immediately. from heaven on free glad you could join me we saw aid poland now where polls are closed off the nation's parliamentary election on sunday turnout was high as people voted on whether to give the right twin nationalists lauren just as part of a man and a home for a glad you could join me we start in poland where exit polls suggest that the right way nationalists have clinched a 2nd term in power in sunday's parliamentary election and now remains to be seen whether the norn justice party gains enough votes to govern the nation alone or whether it will have to form a coalition the ballot was held amid concerns within the e.u. over the party's commitment to. future democratic system opposition party say that
the outgoing government has undermined the independence of its judiciary and media as well as making opponent less welcoming to ethnic minorities on the l g b t community. i want to talk more about this now i'm joined in this to hear by wojciech szymanski from our polish said it's good to see voice hello hello anything surprising to you in these projected results well what's surprising for me is that this election night is so exciting to be honest because in this moment we don't really know if the ruling law and justice party will be able to form a government alone because we only have exit polls and shall there be any change even a $41.00 or 100 percent it could mean that the did the party of heroes of kaczynski would have to look for a coalition partner but anyway of course it is a huge success and a victory of law and justice party important so
a victory for them what makes this policy so successful well just as party has a very coherent program that i would call poland 1st simply. and also polish economy runs really well the unemployment is very very low. besides a loan just as part of the easing party which fulfills its promises which is not really a rule in poland and a very important issue it's a party which for the 1st time after 989 set enough saving it's time to spend money it's a party which started giving money to do people in boulder and what about the opposition then that the voter turnout appeared what explains that well outside the opposition doesn't really have a good leader is some popular politician to pull the entire position. i would also say there is no such a clear and as i said coherent program there on the side of the of the open.
mission you know it's not easy to fight against the party i mean to fight against low and just this party which is striking below the belt because it's a party having total control over the public media for example in poland and this media is attacking the opposition aggressively and constantly from that right now of course once we get those results will then take a look at how the government shapes up do you think it will be easy to form a government. it's hard to say because one option would be a very far right very radical can for the rights party which is quite new in our polish parliament otherwise the possibility is the rule as party which could have some. influence i believe on a low and justice party it's hard to say how these talks will look like more interesting prospects to come tracking it for us. this thank you very much.
let's get you up to date now with some of the other stories making news around the world and she is he a retired law professor kies sayed hasn't won the country's presidential election with more than 70 percent of the vote that is according to an exit poll saeed's an independent with no political experience he's pledged to fight corruption and support decentralization. in hong kong pro-democracy activists have held multiple small protests across the territory establishment linked to mainland china including banks and a.t.m.'s were vandalized police say they made dozens of arrests they used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the demonstrators. thousands gathered in central valley on sunday to protest anti semitism and right wing violence it comes after 2 people were shot dead in the eastern german town of hala a gunman attempted a massacre at a synagogue where around 50 people are observing the yom kapoor holiday.
well german chancellor angela merkel has told turkey to immediately hope its offensive in northern syria made the demand in a phone call with turkish president or a chip type at a one on sunday according to a german government spokesperson meanwhile syrian government troops are set to deploy along the northern border but the fighting rages on and is driving thousands of people from their homes. safe at last sheltering in a school classroom and laika when the 1st bombs found see home is mild took her 2 children and fled their border town who live in all their possessions behind the pregnant mother has no idea what the future holds. why doesn't anyone help us our children with suffer and want to go supposed to do where are we supposed to go help us if just for the children it's a small gondo. more than 200 people are sheltering in the school. about 5 to
a classroom food and water are scarce medical supplies to you and yet conditions here are better than for their friends and relatives still in. the dio's purported to originate that show a desperate situation. all of us have since yesterday have been bombing without interruption entering houses laying mines detonating them destroying everything stealing everything is. going to be. tens of thousands of people are fleeing towns on the turkish border to are in the interior it's just 75 kilometers from the castle but it's safe from air raids at least so far. this small town is struggling to cope with the influx. of people in all the schools are full already for them we don't have the infrastructure to provide for so many people. options
are very limited. they're. just like us hospital is treating wounded fighters from the front terrorists if you believe the one son is one of them his mother hasn't left his son made. that he were kurts not terrorists we haven't done anything to anyone i haven't checked people. in every day they demonstrate owners streets for their homeland their fighters and against what they regard as occupying forces. well joining us now from istanbul is it already correspondent dorian jones story of german chancellor i'm going to merkel has told turkey to immediately halt its offensive in northern syria have we heard any reaction from the turkish side yet. there's been no direct response to chancellor merkel's call for sunday president one has been dismissing calls similar calls from other
european leaders saying turkey easing into listen to what he says is this call to end the fight against terrorism they say this is very much about the future of the country nothing will dissuade turkey from continuing its operations and in fact turkey does appear to be ramping up its operations given the fast moving developments happening in syria now that turkey very much see this as a key moment this is not a moment now to step back but rather to operations up further there's even speculation turkey could extend its operations far beyond the original objective of the 30 kilometer safe so turkey really sees this as a critical moment for the whole region this is a moment the turkey has to address all its concerns is here this is a chance to do that of wise it will be lost in the future and given the fact that the european leaders are ending arms embargoes that means very little to turkey given turkey has a very sophisticated developed defense industry such for its fee little to attack you and on the other side door and we are now hearing that syrian government troops are moving north to confront takesh offensive what more do you know about that.
well that's right the key town is believed to fall into turkish forces of this follows russia also falling this is a sign that turkey does believe it has now the momentum behind its operation we're also hearing reports syrian regime forces are about to move in on the critically important which is very close to russia on the turkish border and also the strategically important beach both have been held by syrian kurdish forces these events are happening and following the announcement of the u.s. do appear to be removing a step forwards of removing all their forces from this area and i think any hope on the syrian kurdish force that washington would change a stance and come to it say it is now the syrian kurds are looking to make a deal with possibly that the massacres forces backed by moscow so a fast developing situation and really what we see now is a free for all where all sides are trying to stake their claim to this area absolutely and add to that dorrian kurdish officials saying that more than 700
islamic state supporters of escaped from account in syria as kurdish guards and left to fight what else do we know about them. several 100 people have escaped from this camp your happened as fighting moved closer to the camp and the inmates saw this is a chance to escape they've been know that the syrian kurdish forces are on the back foot they probably rose up and over those protecting and of us kate and we have to but the fear is now this is just the beginning of a process the syrian kurdish militia are holding around $12000.00 jihad is to thousands of believed to be foreign nationals that tens of thousands of sympathizers and family members the face of these people now is of concern for the whole of the international community and the belief is that if the syrian kurds on the point of collapsing and all of these people will be at large and this will cause major implications for the whole region and beyond he.
now as for cost to be the strongest storm to hit japan in 60 years and now typhoon haiyan bass has roared across the country heaving at least $33.00 people dead and many more injured rescue efforts are on the way as record rains have triggered major flooding and landslides. the rain that battered japan through the longest of nights has mostly stopped folding but the border still bright is across large parts of the country for emergency workers charged with the task of rescuing thousands die like gave them a better chance to see those in danger but also take in the massive scale of the task that lies ahead the rescue operations continue countrywide up to hundreds of thousands of people were forced to evacuate their homes surrounded by water to some the only way out was up. cases so will i pray for the souls of those who lost their lives. and for the well being of everyone affected by
the storm you know you don't and never to believe risky focus will turn to recovery as the unprecedented water levels begin to recede. stuck with you and now you'll know or me thought now you've never yet experienced such intense rain and precipitation. before the rain and water it was the wind which landed the 1st blows as gusts reached 225 kilometers an hour some knighthoods were flattened others washed away his swollen rivers undermined some streets house by house. the final and potentially most deadly element to the typhoon would landslides that have many residents fearing the worst as the hunt begins for those missing amid the chaos relief i'm worried about my sister. as for now the human cost remains unclear in the wash up from a storm of historic proportions. well for me to one now i'm a sadie's drive
a voluntary boathouse has eased a suit victory at the japanese grown pray insist race weekend has also been disrupted by typhoon bass with qualifying also taking place on sunday while the finns victory secure was a 6th straight construct his team of 4 titles for his team to secure and he's one of the miss a day's team mates will win the driver's title protests is $64.00 points behind his team mate lewis hamilton with 4 races to go thomas and can rack up the championship at the next race in mexico. and residents of new mexico's albuquerque have been treated to a colorful aerial display as scores of hot air balloons took to the skies for the farewell event of the international balloon fiesta the final flight is called the mass ascension is the 48th time the annual festival has graced the skies it brings together balloon enthusiastic hundreds of thousands of spectators from around the world and this year more than $600.00 balloonists piloted over $500.00 buildings.
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