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didn't your business magazine be. on t w. this is g.w. news mind from berlin tonight in northern syria how close is a showdown between the turks and the syrians turkish backed forces have advanced deeper into syria in their campaign against the kurds holding down kurdish flags the kurds of turn to president assad for help meaning a face to face between the turks and the syrian army may be possible also coming up
tonight a green catalogues protesting after spain's supreme court finds that the politicians who pushed for independence are now guilty of sedition and disobedience and what works and what does it is in the fight to reduce global poverty the nobel prize for economics goes to a trio of us based researchers who broke new ground on efforts to lift the world's poor out of poverty. to our viewers on p.b.s. and all around the world welcome tonight longstanding alliances in the middle east are crumbling and it comes only a week after that pullback of u.s. forces from northern syria today syrian government troops moved into towns in the north east of the country at the. invitation of the kurds setting up
a potential showdown with invading turkish forces it's all happening in areas controlled by the syrian kurds and the focus right now is the strategic town of one bitch the turks have long threatened the flashpoint and now the syrian troops have been awhile in to defend it a local official in the town confirming that syrian troops have entered and deployed on the frontline it's about 4. 1 syrian troops heading towards the turkish border 80 is after assad lost control over northern syria his army is moving back in unopposed the kurds who control the region saw no will turn into but to relinquish their hard won autonomy. to kaddish and plate is under attack by turkey after u.s. president donald trump announced the pullout of u.s. troops from northern syria as strikes and artillery continue to rain down on the
border town of ras al-ain for a 6th straight day. turkish backed rebel groups have already expelled the cuts from tile aviad another town on the border. but in nearby tell time our assets troops arrived to hope the turkish advance. that we came here to tell it how much to face a terrorist attack against syria and to ensure the safety of families from the random turkish shelling of what i'd like to hear. about the development risks a direct confrontation between the syrian and the turkish military. syrian government media claims that troops had entered the town of man beach even as turkish backed rebels say they are advancing on the city alongside turkish units. meanwhile u.s. troops are continuing their withdrawal from northern syria. president trump said on monday that turkey will face sanctions for its offensive against the kurds. the
european union has also condemned the operation to block agree to limit sales of weapons to turkey but fell short of announcing sanctions. for a metamorphosis if the pup was formally it was not possible to have an embargo but all countries are committed to no longer delivering arms to turkey. really they. don't. the met know now don't ask me right now what is happening with the ongoing contracts if i would use country to see what they do. is nevertheless a very strong decision. but turkish president had to add on one vowed to press on if it did have a boss regardless of the threats and pressures determined to continue the operation until the end. i am stating clearly we will absolutely finish the job we started as turkey continues its advance it is civilians who are left to pay the price are
not going to wait you know from our correspondent dorian told he's standing by who are going to be do you dorian what are you hearing from one being. well like you said the syrian state media have confirmed that syrian forces have entered mom d.h. part of the deal with the syrian kurds whereby towns and cities under their control would be opened up to syrian regime forces the same time we're getting unconfirmed reports that there have been some clashes on the outskirts of the city was by syrian rebels that are backed by the turkish turkish forces earlier today president one said beach would be the next target of the turkish forces in this ongoing operation why mom bitch with mum because he was most important in this area it's located on a key highway that connects syria to iraq and on to iran
a very important supply route and beyond that it is the gateway to aleppo syria 2nd so all forces and people parties involved in the syrian civil war have been battling for control of it and that's why it makes it the most likely flashpoint between turkish backed forces and syrian regime forces and dorian how likely is it that we're going to see some type of collision here of things to variance between syrian and turkish troops. well ever since the syrian civil war started and he became one of the strongest backers of the syrian rebels and president committed himself to bringing down syrian president bashar al assad has been the fear at some point down the road syrian regime forces and turkish forces would eventually face off of one another now we have turkish forces on the ground engaging in play and then some towns that also are being contested by the syrian regime and as we speak there is a race across this area that syrian regime forces who go to count that are under
the control of syrian kurdish forces and also thank you talk at all of president earth one of the man at the center of this the russian president vladimir putin he's the strongest sacrifice syrian regime for the same kind has developed a close relationship with what he will now be working out a way to avoid. getting involved in a full scale conflict and there is a european component in all of this is a well if european union opposing turkey moves on syria president erda want to target he has threatened to scrap the agreement between his country and the european union which is designed to control the flow of migrants who are trying to get to europe how serious is his wrecked well we have to realize in the last couple of months there has been an upsurge in the refugees crossing the greece from turkey people already overwhelmed the overstretched filleted of all the greeks in leave the island and this is seen as a warning by turkey that he had opened the gates again recording 2015 over
a nearly a 1000000 people from turkey went to greece and on into europe this is the biggest fear of the european leaders to turkey once again can use this as a way of applying leverage on all the rest of europe and that encourage you with the biggest card they happened they've made it clear they are ready to use it. rather going jones on the story tonight in stamboul dorian thank you. here's some of the other stories now that are making headlines around the world in britain a 30 year old man has been jailed for a minimum of 15 years for attempted murder in august. deliberately drove his car into pedestrians and cyclists and police officers in central london in an attempt to imitate previous terror attacks 7 people were injured in that it's happened one person has died and 4 people have been injured during protests in guinea's capital opposition parties and activists are trying to trying to block but to changes to the country's constitution which could allow the president to run for
a 3rd term in office a new political star has emerged in budapest following sunday's main aural election center left opposition party leader garry again. with his call for closer ties between hungary and brussels is the 1st electoral setback for nationalist prime minister viktor orbán since he came to power back in 2010. in spain a judge has issued an international arrest warrant for the former. president. he fled to belgium after that failed 2017 independence bid for catalonia now the warrant comes after spain's supreme court today convicted a host of other catalogs separatist leaders 9 of received lengthy prison sentences and those sentences have rallied the separate has caused massive protests continue at this hour across the cattle one region including the one you're looking at right
here in barcelona separatists are now without to most of their top leaders with a general election in spain scheduled for next month. the politicians who were sent to prison were convicted on charges of sedition and disobedience. all right we want to get more now from stephan bergen he joins us from barcelona 7 the initial reactions on the streets seem to contradict the prime minister's hopes is that true well i think the time the prime minister seems to think this is. a moment where. everybody is going to sort of start thinking about something new. you know where is the reaction is quite understandably been of horror of the people who have been. on the stand.
for what were those of the minor offenses constitutional offenses nobody was nobody was hurt. you know the reaction has been i think here across the board is my banker and it's to me ask you the pictures that we see there obviously these are large protests what's the probability or the widely hood that this could go from peaceful to not peaceful. well that's already not peaceful i think you know there was a move to stop the noon to go and occupy the airport and stop flights in. it if you like in a sort of imitation of what's going on. oh. very very large number of people i've assembled right now are at the airport and the police have responded in the
usual. heavy handed manner. on the other hand i mean they're trying to keep the airport open. you know we're already ringback seeing quite a high level of violence so you know let's forget about peaceful peaceful demonstration going on right now in the in barcelona but what's happening at the airport is is violence and we'll have to see how that develops and what does all of this mean for the separatist movement there in catalonia i mean what do you expect to happen now considering that we're talking about almost all the leaders are going to be put in prison. well you know obviously you know for a 100 needs. a political judge an aeration of both sessions are no longer going to be action longer going to be calling the shots for this but the issue doesn't go away busy the issue has not been dealt with. i think the
problem for castle and nationalists is how to keep up the momentum they've managed to keep up. basically since 2010 it's been waning recently and it is possible that today's census will give them precisely the impetus was missing. and will push cases will be yes another. you know misstep or you know basically disaster on the part of the spanish government whose aim to. incapable of actually addressing this issue is intelligent adults and political matter ok stephen bergen giving us the latest from barcelona tonight stephen thank you very much. well it is a clear win for populous in poland with all of the votes now counted the country's conservative law and justice party garnered 43.6 percent of the vote that is an
increase on the last election 4 years ago and it is enough for the party to govern alone in their last term the party implemented judicial and media reforms which drew criticism from the european union the e.u. accusing the polish government of the roadie the rule of all. the evidence. and not the time in power to poland's conservative nationalist nor and justice party we have as. i said not me well that struggle started we had 4 years of hard work ahead of us. both because poland must continue to evolve and improve not upset. with him and say we must maintain our credibility which you may not ensure that no one poland has any doubt that what we're doing is good genuine and response may.
day social welfare programs anti immigrant policies and social conservatism a popular with many polish people but the biggest opposition bloc says that divisive the you think people want cooperation they want us to show that we are able to overcome the splits that are in our country people don't want poland to be divided into parts people don't want their hearts broken because poles are not able to understand each other we are the ones who are promoting cooperation of the smaller policies also made against it's a left wing coalition is back in parliament and the far right succeeded poland's national votes in fresh shells and will also get seats. but the big winners of the lauren justice party during the campaign they promise. to raise the minimum wage and not to grant rights to gay people it's this and judicial reforms that have drawn new criticism it says the party is weakening the rule of
law and undermining poland's democracy. will the people of mozambique go to the polls on tuesday to elect a new president in parliament the ruling party there has never lost a national vote since it overthrew portuguese colonial rule 44 years ago but this won't be an easy win for w.'s adrian crease reports. there are religious songs giving thing. but in this campaign version the lyrics have been changed sing the praises of incumbent president feel it when you see and is friendly to the president as messiah. would understand you see. where voting for president you see on the free lima party for the sake of continuity. you see he kept his promise. he said every district should have a pac and
a hospital and that's exactly what he delivered. he makes everything better and knowing what. 2 2 they sing in the future we can see many projects in mozambique. but isn't. the man we can issues is a. president you see is presenting himself as a peacemaker in august he signed the peace agreement with the former rebel group. that was already the 3rd peace agreement and once again it is a very fragile one our journey takes us to go on go in central mozambique this area was devastated by 15 years of civil war which pitted the ruling socialist for a little party against the opposition mozambique a national resistance or for a novel party young people here especially hope that the old conflict. geology is now coming to an end soon. if we have peace i will have a better chance to graduate because of the conflict i could not study the economy
is down and there is no money doing. it it is only to get out of this is because i much as well the situation appears to be calm and peaceful right here there's still some tensions because not far from here up in the hills this is where some members of the armed opposition are hiding. this is the real now more stronghold of the parties and some resistance fighters are refusing to accept the peace agreement and want to stop the election here it was clear to local politician and mr angeleno during the election campaign that the internal conflict could cost in our movie but he's optimistic the party will unite and outrun the free more party i don't normally stop. the push taking as a different number wins the elections we will change many things socially economically in all of the areas that affect the mozambican people so that they can finally live freely and happily. he even went beyond
that more. inequality is a huge problem here how for almost beacon's live in poverty. the country is only slowly recovering from an economic crisis and president you see as government has recently been plagued by several corruption scandals. the election will be closed and for the 1st time in years and up the struggle for the ruling for the party. we're doing away with global poverty it sounds as easy as a stop climate change but 3 economists they have taken on this problem in a new way breaking it down into smaller pieces their work has now been rewarded with the nobel prize in economics. this year's nobel prize for economics goes to 3 economists specialized in poverty and how best to combat it. french born s. to do flow or indian born husband ben a-g.
and american michael kramer have helped millions of children by favoring practical steps to tackle their problems over theory all 3 lecture but us universities are. taking a broad questions such as why a kid stopped learning in school and then they break down the too many more detailed questions and then they combined is. to be able to say something about underlying causes of poverty homelessness to combat. the royal swedish academy of sciences lauded the trio for what it called groundbreaking research into what works and what doesn't in the fight to reduce global poverty their work showed how poverty can be addressed by breaking it down into smaller and more precise issues in areas such as education and health care the new solutions were then tested on location. s. to do flow is only the 2nd woman to be awarded the nobel prize for economics and
also the youngest at $46.00. it was incredibly humbling to tell you the truth i thought i didn't think it was possible to. do flow and her husband ben a g have been studying the problem surrounding poverty for decades they're also the 1st married couple to be given the accolade. india's prime minister narendra modi congratulated the trio on twitter and a stream of well wishers and journalists were also quick to visit ben a g.'s mother in the indian city of. the 3 economists did most of their research and field testing in poor regions around the world well monsters and vampires they don't really exist although maybe you've met one or 2 but the script
writers to dream them up they're often inspired by real scientific discoveries and that's the subject of an exhibition at the natural history museum in los angeles in titled the natural history of horror after all the most famous monster of them all was created by a mad scientist called dr frankenstein. the mummy a milestone of the horror film genre upon its release in 1932 it shocked audiences and was a box office hit for universal studios british actor boris karloff played the high priest in ho-tep who was buried alive that success bond several sequels and remakes the real life inspiration for the iconic horror film where the archaeological discoveries of the 1900 century when largely european led expeditions plundered egyptian artifacts including mummies. actually these films are essentially inspired by the natural and physical world and the imagination that
people have to create stories based on real things. here. dracula the vampire is another invented character. but this exhibition demonstrates that epidemic such as color inspired author bram stoker to come up with his story in which any one bitten by a vampire becomes one. and the classic story of a mad scientist is frankenstein also turned into a universal studios blockbuster dr victor frankenstein so together parts of cadavers and brings the resulting creature to life with the help of electricity that's not so far off from experiments being carried out on animals at the time. we have a frog in the herpetology correction collection from a really kind of showing the early electrical work that was done to try to see if you could you know reenergize the animals and bring them to life. and then there's
the creature from the black lagoon from 1954 the 1st 3 d. monster movie in cinema history. it tells of the terror unleashed when scientists go digging around where they probably shouldn't the topic with added relevance in light of current sign. ific advances. it made people stop and think a little bit about you know what science can do and. you know it's still a conversation that's happening today about creating. a. classic horror film seen from an unusual new perspective with scientific expertise. well they strut they waddle out of a barn door i'm talking about the farm animals that are the stars of rush hour videos that chris franklin itself western england has posted online with tens of thousands of followers the videos of king hill farms the morning ritual they've
become an internet sensation reading them good morning sometimes good night he threw a chair a tiny thursday good morning to a really a. rush hour is what farmer chris franklin calls the moment when he opens the barn door in the morning and everyone pours into the farmyard. oh give me. 4 celery screeched owned by name and with some friendly words oh my goodness creamy you can come through here now he always has a smartphone at his side chris recorded to 6 changes with the animals and posted videos on line. they're now in a social media sensation kane hill farm has fans around the world every day chris receives comments from people saying how happy they feel when they watch the animals going about their daily business. i don't really believe it now when someone said i've gone viral afford to go and see the doctor. came hill farm is not
a traditional farm instead the focus is on education chris and his team want to bring countryside learning to children young people and communities the animals are often mean by the young visitors here among them are cuthbert the goose. don't. trigger the pot bellied pig is very popular. go down the middle go the donkey or the go to weather expert chris asks him what the outlook is. going for me right ok. chris needs to take a look at this time koko is a big carrot fan and that microphone looks mighty tasty i've always talked to the animals and they've always talked back and score the imagination of people busy bees this morning and by the way we're looking chris also likes talking to flowers green the good morning some flowers her way. through enjoying the early morning
sunshine are you sure loving it is wonderful oh you do well. so how you things. hard here's a reminder of the top stories we're following for you turkish backed forces have pushed further into northern syria pulling down kurdish flags but after the kurds reached a deal with the regime of president bashar al assad syrian forces say they have now arrived in the area setting up a potential showdown with turkey. after a short break i'll be back to take you through the day stick around for that will be right back.
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sometimes i am but i'm standing up and went to heaven thanks to you consider jam a culture of looking at the stereotype the question if you think the future of the country that i know not pay. me to see the picture from his grandmother. to eat it's all that. i might show join me in the contentment and be happy you. post. the u.s. president says isis is defeated the kurds helped the u.s. to win the us paid them for their service is now u.s. forces are leaving northern syria and coming home that was one week ago since then the turks have watched an attack on the kurds the kurds have turned to syria and the russians for help and those isis terrorists who were being guarded by the kurds and the americans well some of them have escaped.