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"ankara germany" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"BBC World Service. It's eight hours GMT, welcome to weekend with Julia Morica day of protests by pro-government and opposition groups in Venezuela. President Maduro thanks the army for staying loyal to him. We are facing the gravest threat from North American imperialism against Venezuela in the two hundred years of our Republic ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote in the UK on Brexit. A British cabinet minister has this message for Brussels, the EU has an opportunity over the next couple of days to help the United Kingdom government. Unfortunately, the is not have stepping up to the plate and innovation on the piano keyboard. But no damage is done. My professor in college was very very adamant about making sure that he taught me the proper techniques that I don't hurt the piano at all. An explanation for that is coming up here on weekend after the world news. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news militants who attacked a police station in Myanmar's raccoon state of killed nine offices. It's the latest in a series of operations launched by a group called the Arakan. Army? Michael Bristow reports about a hundred militants surrounded a village police station when the officers refused to surrender. They attacked nine. Policemen were killed. Seized weapons ammunition. As we kind has been the focus of attention because of the treatment to the states, ethnic Mahindra Muslims. This is a separate issue. Founded just a decade ago. The our economy says it's fighting for the rights of the states put his majority against discrimination by the government in Myanmar. Of a recent mumps militants have increased at attacks on the army and police Turkey is expelling three German journalists today amid increasing tension between Berlin and Ankara Germany issued a travel warning to its citizens saying it couldn't rule out further action by the Turkish authorities. Here's Mark Lowen. This year for the first time. The authorities have formally rejected the accreditation of three reporters for the German broadcasters Zanu PF and NDR and the newspaper dead tiger Spiegel several other foreign journalists are still waiting for sponsors to their applications. Those rejected a flying out today after a ten day deadline to leave the country. The decision is being seen as further pressure by the Turkish government on media freedom, and is straining relations between Ankara and Berlin Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has praised the armed forces for remaining loyal to his government at a rally in Caracas. He also accused the opposition. Have carrying out a cyber attack on the country's electrical system. The opposition leader Kwon Guido. Join thousands of his supporters and a rival demonstration in Caracas as will ground reports for many in the opposition. These are some of Venezuela's darkest days, quite literally they argue the vast blackout which hit Venezuela NATO on Thursday continues to play the country with tragic consequences. As many as fifteen people with kidney disease who needed dialysis have died.

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Ankara Germany, Ankara And Mark Lowen discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Ankara Germany, Ankara And Mark Lowen discussed on BBC World Service

"Turkey is expelling three German journalists today amid increasing tension between Berlin and Ankara Germany issued a travel warning to its citizens saying it couldn't rule out further action by the Turkish authorities. Here's Mark Lowen. This year for the first time. The authorities have formally rejected the accreditation of three reporters for the German broadcasters Zanu PF and NDR and the newspaper dead tiger Spiegel several other foreign journalists are still waiting for sponsors to their applications. Those rejected a flying out today after a ten day deadline to leave the country. The decision is being seen as further pressure by the Turkish government on media freedom, and is straining relations between Ankara and

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