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"I'm Stuart Mackintosh with the BBC news. Hello? Many scientists say poorer countries, much must get better access to vaccines in order to bring the Corona virus pandemic under control. Writing in the Lancet, the team warned that billions of people might not secure inoculations this year. Allowing further mutations of the virus to emerge. Richard Horton is the journal's editor in chief. It's in our interest to make sure that vaccines are made available to other countries around the world, and we're a long, long, long way from that. At the moment, it's an illusion to think that our success is going to be sufficient to protect us because even if we do have high levels of population immunity, our borders will not be secure, and we can't keep locking people up in hotels. For the next five years. The teams has some pharmaceutical companies have priced their vaccines prohibitively high. If the defense and the prosecution in Donald Trump's impeachment trial have now rested their cases, the defense lawyers accused. The Democrats have wanted to take revenge on the ex president after the prosecution said it incited deadly insurrection. An impeachment vote is expected later on Saturday. Here's Anthony circa. All we have left is a possible debate over witnesses. We don't even know if either side wants to introduce witnesses. But even if the House impeachment managers wanted to call witnesses that we require a vote in the Senate after debate, If that boat gets down or the the House decides not to call witnesses, then all we'd have is short closing arguments, then possible deliberations by the Senate. And after that, the final vote so we're talking about Hours descended to set to reconvene at 10 A.m. so we could have a vote by early afternoon. Senior British lawyer has been elected chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court carrying can currently heads the U. N team investigating war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic state Group in Iraq. Diplomatic correspondent James Landale reports. The International Criminal Court is the world's only permanent body investigating genocide and crimes against humanity. So it's chief prosecutor matters. Karen Khan will be only the third in the court 18 year history, Mr Cans Challenge will be to improve the standing of a court whose legitimacy is not accepted by all countries. Including the United States. His first task will be to decide how to handle controversial investigations into war crimes in Afghanistan and potentially the occupied Palestinian territories. His nine year term begins in June. Six months after disputed presidential election in Belarus, the country's opposition leaders met Lana Tikhonov Sky has told the BBC and new wave of protests are being planned for the spring, Speaking from laboring Lithuania This is taken off. Skye said. Some police and security officers were turning towards the protest movement. World News from the BBC. Ecuador's election authorities has announced partial recount of Sunday's presidential vote after one candidate alleged fraud the indigenous leader Yakult Perez, Claims the vote was manipulated, though he hasn't presented any evidence. Mr Perez and right wing ex banker Guillermo Lasso a battling for a place in the runoff to face the center left under his arrows. Ruse. Health Minister Pilar Mazzetti has resigned amid claims that the former president martyrdom his Cara was inoculated for covert 19 before the vaccine was made available to the public. Local media has said Mr Vizcarra was vaccinated in secret in October. Just weeks before being impeached and removed from office. Peru's nationwide program using the Chinese Cinna farm jab began on Tuesday. A federal judge in the United States has ruled that land owned by the U. S. Forest Service in the southwestern state of Arizona can be transferred to the mining conglomerate Rio Tinto. Despite opposition from the local Apache native American community, Richard Hell's has the details the disputed land, which the local San Carlos Apache people say is sacred and culturally important to them. Was earmarked for a billion dollar copper mining project during the Obama administration. The Apaches say the land has been illegally occupied by the U. S government for more than 160 years. But the judge said it had been acquired by the United States from Mexico. Under the terms of a treaty that ended the war between the two countries in 18 48 on the U. S, was therefore entitled to give it to him over it chose Remains of more than 100, Russian and French soldiers who died during Napoleon's retreat from Moscow in 18 12 will be laid to rest in Reston in western Russia today. That is the latest BBC news. Hello..

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06:45 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Also for President's Day. We'll have historian Alexis, Co author of The book about George Washington called you Never Forget your first. So talk about how Washington predicted the capital Riot and more. Brian Lehrer Show weekdays at 10 A.M. on W N. Y C. This'd w N. Y C. 93.9 FM and HD New York. BBC World Service. It's seven hours GMT This is weekend. I'm Paul Henley, coming up defense and prosecution of now rested their cases in Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. The White House Says the footage of rioting at the U. S. Congress on January the sixth shown during the proceedings was a terrible warning to the American people they saw as the president has said that that day wasn't assault on our democracy, and it was a reminder of why it can never happen again. Also could vaccine passports be a means to allow a quick and safe return to dawn to normality. International travel and with us for the program, our guests and carb, British sociologist and writer and professor of life writing and culture at London Metropolitan University. And Mike Berners Lee, who is a writer and consultant on the environment and professor at Lancaster University. Here in the U. K. That's on weekend after this news. Understood Macintosh with the BBC news Hello? Really signed his say poorer countries. Much must get better access to vaccines in order to bring the Corona virus pandemic under control. Writing in the Lancet, the team warned that billions of people might not secure inoculations this year, allowing further mutations of the virus to emerge. Richard Horton is the journal's editor in chief. It's in our interest to make sure that vaccines are made available to other countries around the world on where a long, long, long way from that at the moment it's an illusion to think that our success is going to be sufficient to protect us because even if we do have high levels of population immunity, our borders will not be secure, and we can't keep locking people up in hotels. For the next five years. The teams has some pharmaceutical companies have priced their vaccines prohibitively high. If the defense and the prosecution in Donald Trump's impeachment trial have now rested their cases, the defense lawyers accused. The Democrats have wanted to take revenge on the ex president after the prosecution said it incited deadly insurrection. An impeachment vote is expected later on Saturday. Here's Anthony circa. All we have left is a possible debate over witnesses. We don't even know if either side wants to introduce witnesses. But even if the House impeachment managers wanted to call witnesses that would require a vote in the Senate after debate. If that boat gets down or the House decides not to call witnesses, then all we'd have is short closing arguments, then possible deliberations by the Senate. And after that, the final vote so we're talking about Hours descended to set to reconvene at 10 A.m. so we could have a vote by early afternoon. Senior British lawyer has been elected chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court carrying can currently heads the U. N team investigating war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic state Group in Iraq. Diplomatic correspondent James Landale reports. The International Criminal Court is the world's only permanent body investigating genocide and crimes against humanity. So it's chief prosecutor matters. Karen Khan will be only the third in the courts. 18 year history, Mr Cans Challenge will be to improve the standing of a court whose legitimacy is not accepted by all countries. Including the United States. His first task will be to decide how to handle controversial investigations into war crimes in Afghanistan and potentially the occupied Palestinian territories. His nine year term begins in June. Six months after disputed presidential election in Belarus. The country's opposition leaders Svetlana Tikhonov scare has told the BBC a new wave of protests are being planned for the spring, Speaking from laboring Lithuania This is taken off scare said some police and security officers were turning towards the protest movement. World News from the BBC. Ecuador's election authorities has announced partial recount of Sunday's presidential vote after one candidate alleged fraud the indigenous leader Yakel Perez, Claims the vote was manipulated, though he hasn't presented any evidence. Mr Perez and right wing ex banker Guillermo Lasso a battling for a place in the runoff to face the center left under his arrows. Ruse. Health Minister Pilar Mazzetti has resigned amid claims that the former president martyrdom his Cara was inoculated for covert 19 before the vaccine was made available to the public. Local media has said Mr Vizcarra was vaccinated in secret in October. Just weeks before being impeached and removed from office. Peru's nationwide program using the Chinese Cinna farm jab began on Tuesday. A federal judge in the United States has ruled that land owned by the U. S. Forest Service in the southwestern state of Arizona can be transferred to the mining conglomerate Rio Tinto despite opposition from the local Apache native American community. Richard Hell's has the details. The disputed land, which the local San Carlos Apache people say is sacred and culturally important to them, was earmarked for a billion dollar copper mining project during the Obama administration. The Apaches say the land has been illegally occupied by the U. S government for more than 160 years. But the judge said it had been acquired by the United States from Mexico. Under the terms of a treaty that ended the war between the two countries in 18 48 on the U. S, was therefore entitled to give it to him over it chose Remains of more than 100, Russian and French soldiers who died during Napoleon's retreat from Moscow in 18 12 will be laid to rest in Reston in western Russia today. And that is the latest BBC news. Hello. Welcome at 706 GMT This is weekend from the BBC.

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05:49 min | 3 months ago

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"Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to rise, so this really is not a time in Peru to have this degree of Political uncertainty on the more so when the country's economy is is not in very good shape As a result of the pandemic, our country's economy, which was in very good health, took a tremendous, horrible blow. And of course, we are now in different session, one off the biggest that we have had in our Republican history. So it was in the moment tow do demonstrations and all of that, Despite all of it, citizens knew perfectly what was that the steak on decided to go to march in the streets. Has being going on almost every day and every night since they took since they took power, And I think that next week you will see much more of that. That was Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti, talking about the ever growing demonstrations sort of followed the impeachment off Peru's president. Martyn this Carter, you're listening to the BBC World Service on Julian Marshall on this is news..

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04:41 min | 3 months ago

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"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to

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Protests mount in Peru after president's impeachment

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04:41 min | 3 months ago

Protests mount in Peru after president's impeachment

"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to

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06:10 min | 4 months ago

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"Specifically when I released my first album, I'm like, Well, what did they expect me to do like if Unless I had a sticker that said, I'm glad on my forehead. Back to Samuel L. Jackson makes a funny and personal confession. We hear how Oscar winning actor Nicole Kidman ended up singing the theme song to her new TV show. I said No. And she said, no, I want you to do it must it okay? And we were in lock down at the time. So my husband luckily has a small studio in a house and so I went down there. I didn't think it would end up working on DH was wrong and hip hop pioneer turned filmmaker reserve from Wu Tang Clan on his latest film, Cut Throat City. All that Plus music from Island, Zambia and Korea coming up on the outside. BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smit, Donald Trump and Joe Biden have addressed their final campaign rallies ahead of Election day, ending a frantic last minute push for votes in the key battleground states. Nearly 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots in advance in the most divisive contest the United States has seen in decades across the U. S shops and businesses have been boarded up the fear ofthe civil unrest. From the United States, his John, so pole Fittingly for a presidency like no other. This has been a campaign like no other. The president hospitalized with Corona virus a month ago before coming roaring back with extraordinary energy and determination. As if he'd never had the disease as if America wasn't in the grip of a pandemic. The Democratic challenger has fought a careful as you go campaign wanting the focus to stay fixed on the president's handling of the pandemic. The stakes couldn't be higher on the nation couldn't be more divided. It's perfectly possible that the result of this election won't be known for several days, adding to the tensions. Austria's interior minister has described the gunman shot dead by police during an attack in central Vienna on Monday night as an Islamic state sympathizer. Sama said a second suspected attacker was still at large, who was being hunted by police. A third gunman has been arrested. The number of people killed during the shooting rampage has risen to four. Frank Gardner reports in the jargon of counterterrorism Vienna has just suffered what is known as a marauding terrorist farms attack. More than one heavily armed gunmen strolling through a city centre, cradling an assault rifle and shooting indiscriminately at anyone in their path. The image is shared on social media bear a striking resemblance to a similar and even more deadly attack by jihadis government in Mumbai 12 years ago. Austria's security forces reacted quickly, but their investigation will not be focusing on who else was behind this carefully planned jihadist assault. Frank Gardner. Afghanistan is holding a day of mourning for the 22 people killed in an attack on Kabul University on Monday. Another 22 were wounded when gunman set off an explosion then opened fire, causing hundreds of students to scatter. Sikander Kamani reports heart wrenching details are emerging about the young lives lost in this awful attack, a video clip of a motivational speech by one of the students who was killed Is being widely shared online. In it. He talks about smiling in the face of adversity. Outside the university. A poster has been displayed, calling for an end to the ongoing but stalled talks between Afghan and Taliban officials. Many Afghans view all the militant as being fundamentally the same. They want an end to the violence. You're listening to world news from the BBC. Of his mama says a four year old girl has been rescued more than 19 hours after an earthquake struck the city in western Turkey. There were tears and applause as she was pulled from the rubble, The authorities say more than 100. People are now known to have died. The number of missing is not known. Rescue crews are still looking for survivors. A young white man in the U. S. State of Louisiana has received a 25 year prison term for burning down three churches in Lafayette's last year that had historic links with the black community. A federal judge also ordered Holden Matthews to pay $2.7 million in restitution. Matthews, who's 23 had pleaded guilty in February. Peru's Congress has approved a motion to begin new proceedings to remove President Martine Vizcarra from office over corruption allegations. That move follows accusations that he accepted bribes when he was a governor. Resident Reese Kara has denied all the allegations against him, saying the politically motivated absolutely meant the own umbrella. There is absolutely no proof of the accusation again. They're trying to destabilize not just the government and impeachment process destabilizes the country. I'm sure the Democratic forces of Congress will prevail and that those who are thinking off the well being of the population will not fall for the game off one political group that wants to bring chaos and disorder. Mr Vizcarra will have the opportunity to present his defense to Congress before another vote. Efforts to refloat her part of more than 60. Pilot. Whales stranded on the West Coast in SriLanka have paid off the Navy. With help from environmental protection officers. Police and local residents have saved all the whales, except for one female. It's thought to be the largest stranding in SriLanka. The cause is unknown. BBC news. Hello. This is the arts on the BBC World Service. I'm Nikki Baby, bringing you some cultural companionship for the next 60 minutes with the best global arts and culture conversation from across the sea..

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02:44 min | 4 months ago

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"A synagogue, which was closed at the time the night before a new eight PM Corona virus, curfew kicks in cafes and restaurants there. Police say the operation remains active. They're urging people to stay at home or avoid public transport if they're out on the streets as the manhunt continues, for at least one heavily armed and dangerous attacker. Special forces are also looking beyond the capital leaders around the world have condemned the attack in Vienna, President Trump said the U. S. Stood with Austria on all of Europe against terrorism, the U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he had followed events with concern. France, Germany, Italy on Britain stated their solidarity with Austria Afghanistan is holding a day of mourning for the 22 people killed in an attack as Kabul University on Monday, another 22 were wounded when the gunman set off an explosion than opened fire, causing hundreds of students to scatter. Seconda Kamani reports, heart wrenching details are emerging about the young lives lost in this awful attack. A video clip of a motivational speech by one of the students who was killed has been widely shared online. In it. He talks about smiling in the face of adversity. Outside the university. A poster has been displayed, calling for an end to the ongoing but stalled talks between Afghan and Taliban officials. Many Afghans view all the militant is being fundamentally the same. They want an end to the violence. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. The Electoral commission in Ivory Coast, says the president Hassan what Iran has won a third term, securing just David 94% of votes in Saturday's election that the opposition boycotted. Senate was put it almost 54%. The result has yet to be confirmed by the Constitutional Council throughs. Congress has approved a motion to begin new proceedings to remove President Martine Vizcarra from office over corruption. Allegations to move follows accusations he accepted bribes when he was a governor. President. Vizcarra has denied all the allegations against him, saying they are politically motivated. No, I absolutely mint, the owner. There is absolutely no proof of the accusation again. They're trying to destabilize not just the government and impeachment process destabilizes the country. I'm sure the Democratic forces off Congress will prevail and that those who are thinking off the well being of the population will not fall for the game off one political group that wants to bring chaos and disorder. Mr Vizcarra will have the opportunity to present his defense to Congress before another vote. Central Americans living on the Atlantic coast are.

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05:59 min | 5 months ago

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"Know the Corona virus pandemic has created high levels of unemployment while turning some low paid workers in healthcare and logistics. Into heroes, but it's probable that a lot of those lost jobs will never come back. Travel and hospitality businesses, for example, have been forced to close. At the same time, automation on machine learning are replacing humans in a lot of routine on administrative jobs. Is this a looming disaster for the global economy with growing inequality and social unrest, or is it an opportunity for a reset in the way on global economy is structured. With a fair A link between work and wealth will hear from economists have some answers to what happens, Toa unemployment and job creation after Cove. It 19. That's the real story coming up after the news. Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the baby seen use a political battle has begun in the United States over the replacement of the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Beta Ginsberg, hours after she died at the age of 87. President Trump is expected to name his choice quickly to try to expand the court slender conservative majority before November's election. No MIA EPA reports Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a powerful figurehead for liberals in the US Justice. Ginsburg's full legacy, however, may only be defined by whoever replaces her, which is likely to be a conservative judge that would tip the court ideologically more to the right altering American society for a generation to come. Republicans say they will fill her seat but have been accused of hypocrisy. After denying President Obama the chance to pick a justice in 2016. They say it's a different time now because Republicans control the Senate, it's there, where a judge is confirmed to the bench for life. China has announced it will sanction foreign firms and individuals deemed to have harmed the country's interests. His Michael Beijing has launched an unreliable entities list which targets foreign firms thought to be in danger in China's sovereignty, security or development. It allows Beijing to find companies and individuals or banned them from trading and invested in China. Although no names have yet being put on the list, the mechanism is being seen as a way to retaliate against the United States. Increasingly uses similar sanctions to target Chinese firms and individuals. The Chinese announcement comes just a day after Washington said it would begin but in the Chinese at TIC Tac, and we chat On national security grounds. French officials say they have arrested a former member of the army from the Central African Republic for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Herrick Down Boy, Bacala is also accused of acts of torture committed between 2007 and 2014 when he was head of the presidential Guard before leading a group of militias in the country's civil war. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. Members of Congress in Lima voted by a clear margin against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying as part of a cover up grant there. It has more details. Mr Vis Kara's opponents needed a two thirds majority in Congress to unseat him. In the event, they fell far short instead of the 87 votes required. They gain just 32. Reacting To the result, the president said he'd worked for what mattered most of Peruvians tackling the pandemic, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. Peru has been particularly badly hit by the Corona virus with among the highest rates of infection and death in the world. Despite that opinion polls suggest he retains considerable public support. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. The United States has strengthened its military presence in northeastern Syria. Following tensions with Russian forces, their U. S officials say they have deployed more armored vehicles and dozens of additional troops. American support their Kurdish militia allies in the region. While the Russians back Syrian government troops there's recently been friction between us on Russian patrols. Reports from the United States say there has been a mass shooting in the city of Rochester in New York state, the local police chief, Mark Simmons, said officers were called to what he described as a chaotic scene. Officers observed approximately 100 people running from to and from the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, which is a very chaotic scene we can see and observe multiple victims. Gunshot wounds at that time. In fact, in total, we have 16 confirmed victims of shooting and I'm sad to announce that too. Of those 16 received a fatal investigators in India have arrested nine men accused of having links to Al Qaeda and of planning multiple terror attacks, including on the capital Delhi. All nine men come from West Bengal, although three were arrested in the southern state of Kerala, where they were migrant workers. The authorities say the men were radicalized on social media and in the process. Acquiring weapons with plans to target a naval base and shipyard as well. A sites in Delhi Mama's in the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana have staged further protests against changes to the way they sell what they grow. A series of agricultural reform bills passed India's lower house of parliament on Thursday, but the reforms face uncertainty when they presented on Sunday to the upper house. Those who support the reforms say they'll give farmers more choice, freeing them to sell directly to bias. As the latest BBC news. This is the real story from the BBC. I'm Dan Damon Riffa is away. You should be back next week and this week.

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"November's presidential poll. Also on the program, a sharp rise in Corona virus cases in countries that once thought they had the pandemic under control. The Dutch prime minister says the number of new cases is growing rapidly. Corona virus is making a comeback number of infections is growing at the fastest rate will be joined by a special envoy off the World Health Organization. What is its advice? Now that's all coming up here on weekend after the latest World News Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. A political row has broken out in the United States hours after the death of the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Democrats and Republicans disagree about when a replacement for the 87 year old should be chosen. The senior Republican Mitch McConnell, said the Senate would vote on any nominee put forward by Donald Trump, possibly before November's presidential election. Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden said such a move should only take place after the poll. Washington correspondent No MIA equal reports Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a powerful figurehead for liberals in the US as a member of the highest court, she had to say on contentious laws that profoundly impact the lives ofthe Americans. Justice. Ginsburg's full legacy, however, may only be defined by whoever replaces her, which is likely to be a conservative judge that would tip the court ideologically more to the right. Altering American society for generation to come. Tributes have been paid to justice Ginsburg president Trump described her as a titan off the law. His predecessor, Barack Obama, said she was a warrior for gender equality who'd inspired generations? Ruth Bader Ginsburg was only the second woman to sit on the Supreme Court serving for nearly three decades. In July, she'd promised to keep doing her job despite suffering from cancer. Flags were being flown at half mast in Washington in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Shortly after her death was announced, Crowds gathered on the steps outside the Supreme Court to pay their respects. These women told the BBC. Why they were there. She represented all the struggles that women in America had to go through, even though it was denied for the longest time, So the fact that she's gone is really hard reminder that legacy must pass on. She was such a incredible force in our democracy and inspiration for women, and it was important for us to be here and experience in person. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. Members of Congress in Lima voted by a clear margin against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying is part of a cover up. Grant Ferret has more details. Mr V Scars. Opponents needed a two thirds majority in Congress to unseat him. In the event, they fell far short instead of the 87 votes required. They gained just 32. Reacting To the result, the president said he'd worked for what mattered most of Peruvians tackling the pandemic, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. Peru has been particularly badly hit by the Corona virus with among the highest rates of infection and death in the world. Despite that, opinion polls suggest he retains considerable public support. This is the world News from the BBC. Japan's former prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited a controversial shrine Commemorating the country's war. Dead days after stepping down, he posted a picture of himself on Twitter visiting the Yasukuni Shrine. Dalby had refrained from going since 2013 to avoid angering China and South Korea. Their government's view it as a symbol of Japan's past military aggression because those honored include convicted war criminals. The organizers of anti government protests in Thailand say they expect today's turn out to be the biggest yet in their campaign for reform of the political system and the monarchy. They hope tens of thousands will join a student led demonstration in Bangkok. His Jonathan head, the protesters plan a symbolic occupation of the park, where the biggest royal ceremonies take place. Once open to the public. It's been fenced off since the accession of King watcher along Horn to the throne four years ago, is part of what activists say is a worrying expansion of royal power. Thousands of police are being deployed, although it's not clear how far they will go to block. The protesters publicly involving the monarchy and political disputes is something new in Thailand. An inflammatory move in a country where the institution is officially revered, but say the protest leaders one that is an essential prerequisite to modernizing the political system. China has condemned what it called US bullying after Washington's decision to ban downloads of the APB stick Talk and watch at the Commerce Ministry in Beijing said the move violated international trade norms without providing any evidence of a security threat. He threatened retaliatory measures to safeguard the interests of Chinese firms. New restrictions are due to come into effect in many parts of Europe to combat a rise in Corona virus infections in Spain more than 850,000 people in the Madrid treason Face curbs on movement and the size of gatherings from Monday. BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome.

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"World Service on the latest Brexit development in the UK, which has seen five former prime ministers criticizing the current one theme money transfer system in Somalia. It's big business, but is the money all going where it's intended and more on the death of the U. S. Supreme Court Judge Ruth Ginsburg That's all here on weekend after the latest World News BBC News. American politicians have been paying tributes to the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has died at the age of 87, the former president Barack Obama described her as a warrior for gender inequality who'd inspired generations? Justice Ginsburg's death has already sparked a row about who should succeed. A senior Republican Mitch McConnell said the Senate would vote on any nominee put forward by Donald Trump, possibly before November's presidential election. The Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden, said such a move should only take place after the pole. The Supreme Court had a conservative majority of one judges are appointed for life. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. Members of Congress in Lima voted by a clear margin against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying is part of a cover up. He organizes of anti government protests in Thailand say they expect today's turn out to be the biggest yet in their campaign for reform of the political system on the monarchy they have tens of thousands will join a demonstration in Bangkok. Days after stepping down. Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine, which commemorates the country's war dead. Mr had refrained from going since 2013 to avoid angering China and South Korea. Trying on his millions who died during conflicts, including some war criminals. China has condemned what had called US bullying after Washington's decision to ban downloads of the APB stick talk and we chat. The Commerce Ministry in Beijing said the move violated international trade norms without providing evidence of a security threat. Meteorologists have been forced to turn to the Greek alphabet to find new names for Atlantic storms after running out of the traditional ones because of the frequency of hurricanes. The latest storms were called Alfa. And bitter. BBC news. You're listening to weekend from the BBC World.

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02:39 min | 5 months ago

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"In other news countries across Europe from Iceland to Greece have announced new restrictions to cab a sharp rise in Corona virus infections. The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rotor, said a sense of urgency had to return tighter restrictions of being imposed in six regions and cities, including Amsterdam Andrada Dam in Spain more than 850,000 people in the Madrid region. Are facing new lock down measures from Monday. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. After a lengthy debates, Members of Congress in Lima voted against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying as part of a cover up. In a speech to Congress. President Vizcarra said his dismissal would spark a crisis in Peru. Days after stepping down. Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine, which commemorates the country's war dead. Mr Robbie had refrained from going since 2013 To avoid angering China and South Korea. China has condemned what it called US bullying after Washington's decision to ban downloads of the APB, TIC TAC and we chat, the Commerce Ministry and Beijing said the move violated international trade norms without providing any evidence off a security threat. It threatened retaliatory measures to safeguard the interests of Chinese firms. Here's Joe Info from BBC Chinese. We are seeing this aspiring tit for tat between us and China. And after this US move, Beijing is likely to retaliate as well. For example, Apple might be an obvious targets as the company complies with Washington's We checked and tip top bands. However, this will be a nuclear option for Beijing because they're also hurts the Chinese suppliers. The Chinese customers, therefore herds the Chinese economy, We have to wait and see how disband your photo worsen the relationship. But there's no doubt that US China relations is at a historic low. Meteorologists have been forced to turn to the Greek alphabet to find new names for Atlantic storms after running out of traditional ones. Last of this year's 21 Name's Wilfred was assigned to a tropical storm, which formed off Cape of the Cape Verde Islands on Friday, However, to more storms were soon identified. And we named Alfa and Peter. Maybe seniors. It's six minutes past five GMT..

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Peru President, Martín Vizcarra, Survives Impeachment Vote

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Peru President, Martín Vizcarra, Survives Impeachment Vote

"Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. After a lengthy debates, Members of Congress in Lima voted against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying as part of a cover up. In a speech to Congress. President Vizcarra said his dismissal would spark a crisis in Peru.

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05:22 min | 6 months ago

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"Of the program are our guests. Laura Spinny, author and science journalist based in Paris on Matthew Green, climate correspondent for Reuters news agency here with me in London. Hello. This is the BBC news with Fiona McDonald. The first formal peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban are getting underway in the Qatari capital Doha. Thie US has played a key role in brokering the negotiations, which were part of a bilateral deal. It's signed with the Taliban in February here, Secunda Kirmani. The two sides will be discussing a cease fire. That's what most ordinary Afghans want to see implemented as soon as possible, and we'll make the biggest impact on their lives. But most analysts agree that the Taliban are unlikely Tio sign off on that, at least until they believe that most of their demands have been met in. That really brings us to the crux of these talks, the negotiators are going to be attempting to work out and reach a political settlement, trying to agree on a system of government that somehow incorporates the notions of Islamic governance. Theocratic governance that the Taliban have with a more modern, more democratic Afghanistan that's being built over the past two decades. He. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was described Marines announcement that it is normalizing its relations with his country a new era of peace, But the Palestinian leadership condemned the move is a betrayal of Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause. Iran said the move makes barren complicit in what it called Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people. Turkey is also strongly condemned the deal. There's been no comment by Bahrain's powerful neighbor, Saudi Arabia. The governor of California governor Newsome has said the devastating wildfires across the U S West Coast should end all doubt about the effects of climate change. The fires have been found by hot winds during days of record breaking heat. Speaking after seeing the devastation caused by the fires, Governor Newsome said the climate emergency was happening right now. He urged climate change sceptics to visit on view the conditions for themselves. California folks is America Fast forward. What we're experiencing right here is coming to a community all across the United States America unless we get our act together on climate change. Congress and Peru is bolted to open impeachment proceedings against President Martine Vizcarra for moral incapacity, deepening the country's political and economic crisis. Mr. Vizcarra has denied any wrongdoing. Here's Leonardo Rocha. Mr Vizcarra has been accused of using public funds to hire a singer to the liver, pro government motivational talks while Peruvians faced economic hardship from the Corona virus crisis. The president's position became weaker after Congress received leaked all your recordings in which he appeared to discuss covering up alleged irregularities. Mr Vizcarra said his victim off a coup attempt by the opposition, which has a majority in Congress, 65 legislators voted against him. But that is well short of thie 87 votes, the opposition will need to force him out. BBC News. The government of Chile has announced that a state of emergency introduced in March to battle the covert pandemic will be extended for another 90 days. The extension means that the national referendum on a new constitution, scheduled for late next month will be held under the state of emergency restrictions. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says an American spy was captured on Thursday near an oil refinery in the North way state of the country. In a televised address, he said a plot to cause an explosion at another oil refinery had been foiled. Welcome. Yesterday we captured an American spy in the state of Falcon. Spying on the ammo and cuddle and refineries. We have all the evidence, The photos the videos this spy as a Marine who was serving on CIA bases in Iraq. He was captured with heavy weapons, specialized weapons large amounts of cash. And other items that we have passed on to the public Ministry, the attorney general President Maduro accused the United States of conducting a war to prevent Venezuela from producing petroleum products. 30 led coalition, which supports the internationally recognized government of Yemen has launched air strikes on two sites in the capital Sauna, which is controlled by Houthi rebels. Strikes hit the headquarters of the National Security Services on the military engineering camp where senior Houthi leaders were meeting. The coalition has been fighting the rebels since March. 2015 The German tennis player. Alexander's sheriff has for the first time in his career, reached the final of a Grand Slam tournament in Sunday's final of the U. S Open in New York. He will face the Austrian dominant team. In his semifinal match very of came back from two sets down to meet the Spaniard public Arena. Busta Team beat the Russians Danny made fugitive. BBC news. This is weekend here on.

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Peru Congress opens way for impeachment of president

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00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Peru Congress opens way for impeachment of president

"Congress and Peru is bolted to open impeachment proceedings against President Martine Vizcarra for moral incapacity, deepening the country's political and economic crisis. Mr. Vizcarra has denied any wrongdoing. Here's Leonardo Rocha. Mr Vizcarra has been accused of using public funds to hire a singer to the liver, pro government motivational talks while Peruvians faced economic hardship from the Corona virus crisis. The president's position became weaker after Congress received leaked all your recordings in which he appeared to discuss covering up alleged irregularities. Mr Vizcarra said his victim off a coup attempt by the opposition, which has a majority in Congress, 65 legislators voted against him. But that is well short of thie 87 votes, the opposition will need to force him out.

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06:34 min | 6 months ago

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"I see these conversations as trying to have people join the same reality so we can move forward towards a more equitable society. Claudia Rankin's new book, Just US Next time on. It's been a minute from NPR this evening at six on 93.9 at them W and Y. C. This's w. N. Y C. 93.9 FM and HD New York. BBC World Service. It's so 600 hours GMT This is weekend with Pascal Heart coming up on historic day for Afghanistan as the first formal peace talks between the government and the Taliban get underway in cattle also how covert 19 is affecting remote indigenous tribes in Brazil. Our knowledge spaced dawn from generation to generation way. Don't keep records. You don't have encyclopedias. If you lose a leader, we are losing everything. Also a new multicultural approach to the BBC's last night of the prom's concepts child does he like We allow entitled to have access to this music traditions change. This should change and with us for the rest of the program are our guests. Laura Spinny, author and science journalist based in Paris, and Matthew Green, climate correspondent for Reuters news agency. Here with me in London. Hello. This is the BBC news with Fiona McDonald. The first formal peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban are getting underway in the Qatari capital Doha. Thie US has played a key role in brokering the negotiations, which were part of a bilateral deal. It's signed with the Taliban in February here, Secunda Kamani. The two sides will be discussing a cease fire. That's what most ordinary Afghans want to see implemented as soon as possible, and we'll make the biggest impact on their lives. But most analysts agree that the Taliban are unlikely Tio sign off on that, at least until they believe that most of their demands have been met. And that really brings us to the crux of these talks. The negotiators are going to be attempting to work out and reach a political settlement, trying to agree on a system of government that somehow incorporates the notions of Islamic governance. Theocratic governance that the Taliban have with a more modern, more democratic Afghanistan that's being built over the past two decades. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was described Marines announcement that it is normalizing its relations with his country a new era of peace, But the Palestinian leadership condemned the move is a betrayal of Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause. Iran said the move makes barring complicit in what it called Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people. Turkey is also strongly condemned the deal. There's been no comment by Bahrain's powerful neighbor, Saudi Arabia. The governor of California governor Newsome has said the devastating wildfires across the U S West Coast should end all doubt about the effects of climate change. The fires have been found by hot winds during days of record breaking heat. Speaking after seeing the devastation caused by the fires, Governor Newsome said the climate emergency was happening right now. He urged climate change sceptics to visit on view the conditions for themselves. California folks is America Fast forward. What we're experiencing right here is coming to a community all across the United States America unless we get our act together on climate change. Congress and Peru is bolted to open impeachment proceedings against President Martine Vizcarra for moral incapacity, deepening the country's political and economic crisis. Mr. Vizcarra has denied any wrongdoing. Here's Leonardo Rocha. Mr. Vizcarra has been accused of using public funds to hire a singer to the liver, pro government motivational talks while Peruvians faced economic hardship from the Corona virus crisis. The president's position became weaker after Congress received leaked audio recordings in which he appeared to discuss covering up alleged irregularities. Mr Vizcarra said his victim off a coup attempt by the opposition, which has a majority in Congress, 65 legislators voted against him. But that is well short of thie 87 votes, the opposition will need to force him out of power. BBC News. The government of Chile has announced that a state of emergency introduced in March to battle the covert pandemic will be extended for another 90 days. The extension means that the national referendum on a new constitution, scheduled for late next month will be held under the state of emergency restrictions. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says an American spy was captured on Thursday near an oil refinery in the North way state of the country. In a televised address, he said a plot to cause an explosion at another oil refinery had been foiled. Little Falco home. Yesterday we captured an American spy in the state of Falcon spying on the Murai and Cardon refineries. We have all the evidence, The photos the videos this spy as a Marine who was serving on CIA bases in Iraq. He was captured with heavy weapons, specialized weapons large amounts of cash. And other items that we have passed on to the public Ministry, the attorney general President Maduro accused the United States of conducting a war to prevent Venezuela from producing petroleum products. 30 led coalition, which supports the internationally recognized government of Yemen has launched air strikes on two sites in the capital Sauna, which is controlled by Houthi rebels. Strikes hit the headquarters of the National Security Services on the military engineering camp, or senior Houthi leaders were meeting. The coalition has been fighting the rebels since March. 2015 The German tennis player Alexander Zverev, has for the first time in his career, reached the final of a Grand Slam tournament in Sunday's final at the U. S Open in New York. He will face the Austrian Dominic team. In his semifinal match very of came back from two sets down to meet the Spaniard Pablo Carreno, Busta team beat the Russian Danneels Medvedev..

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"In the last few decades with all the trade war and growing debt levels in the country combining to threaten the story of an economic miracle in a couple of minutes. BBC news with David Austin China has celebrated seventy years of communist rule and the country's growing power and confidence with a parade through Beijing in his speech from a podium in Tiananmen Square president xi Jinping said no force could stop China's own would March to underline that points that was display of advanced weapons during the parade some seen in public for the first time in Hong Kong thousands of people opposed to the celebration of communist rule and taking part in a series of demonstrations have gathered for what they describe as a day of grief despite a police ban on protests there been scuffles between police and demonstrators. British prime minister Boris Johnson has insisted his new proposals for the Irish border designed to unblock the brexit am pass all workable and will suit the European Union he said last night's leak to plan to set up customs clearance items on either side of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland had nothing to do with the final draft proposals will be brought to Brussels. the bridge has collapsed in eastern Taiwan crushing fishing boats underneath and throwing an oil tanker truck onto the road below reports said nine fishing workers and the Taiwanese driver of the petrol tanker were injured. heads of Peru's armed forces and police have expressed their support for president my team Vizcarra he was temporarily suspended by the country's Congress the move came after Mr Vizcarra announced that he had dissolved Congress and called for fresh elections. tributes have been paid to the American soprano Jessye Norman who's died at the age of seventy four the New York Metropolitan Opera said that she had docile Dorian says with beautiful tone and extraordinary power voices been described as some tourists and shimmering. that's the latest BBC news..

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"To prevent this Monson taking place of mild pretty dismally we've been standing in this location for about forty minutes and across six lanes of traffic people marching through can give you an idea of what the crowd sort of looks like we have the young and old. little children and the elderly of course many students. and as they come plus this point above the. so they keeping an eye on this. Stephen McDonell reporting from Hong Kong. the British prime minister Boris Johnson has insisted his new proposals for the Irish border designed to unblock the brexit am pass all workable and will suit the European Union he told the BBC last night's leaked plan to set up customs clearance owns on either side of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland had nothing to do with the final draft proposals will be brought to Brussels he agreed that would need to be some sort of border checks because it would be a difference economic arrangement Mr Johnson insisted that he wanted a withdrawal deal well working flat out to get a deal and believe me I want a deal but we just have limits and there is a natural limits to the ability of a sovereign state to compromise on things like the customs territory the custom you said that he's that is why we're trying to make it work but we will work very very hard to get this done the British prime minister Boris Johnson world news from the BBC. the bridge has collapsed in eastern Taiwan crushing fishing boats underneath him throwing an oil tanker truck onto the road below video footage showed the single arched bridge in the town of north from guile buckled in the middle dropping its road and stay at auction to the water within seconds reports said six Philippine and three Indonesian fishing workers and the Taiwanese driver of the petrol tanker were injured. heads of Peru's armed forces and police have expressed their support for president my team Vizcarra he was temporarily suspended by the country's Congress the move came after Mr Vizcarra announced he dissolved Congress and called for fresh elections in a televised address he said he tried to enact the anti corruption program on which he came to power only to be frustrated by the opposition run Congress as many as a hundred and fifty people have now died off to heavy floods in northern India because the river Ganges to burst its banks in Baha emergency teams of rescued thousands of stranded people in the past few days neighboring Tepper dash has also been badly hits. tributes have been paid to the American soprano Jessye Norman who's died at the age of seventy four the New York Metropolitan Opera which he made so many appearances course have one of the great sopranos of the past half century adding that she doesn't want audiences with beautiful tone and extraordinary power. this enormous okra debut.

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"McDonell reporting from Hong Kong. the British prime minister Boris Johnson has insisted his new proposals for the Irish border designed to unblock the brexit and pass all workable and will suit the European Union he told the BBC last night's leaked plan to set up customs clearance owns on either side of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland have nothing to do with the final draft proposals will be brought to Brussels he agreed that would need to be some sort of border checks because it would be a difference economic arrangement Mr Johnson insisted that he wanted a withdrawal deal we're watching flocked to get a deal and believe me I want to a deal but we just have limits and there is a natural limits to the ability of a sovereign state to compromise on things like the customs territory the cost and you said that he's that is why we're trying to make it work but we will work very very hard to get this done the British prime minister Boris Johnson world news from the BBC. the bridge has collapsed in eastern Taiwan crushing fishing boats underneath and throwing an oil tanker truck onto the road below video footage showed the single arched bridge in the town of not from guile buckled in the middle dropping its road and stared out into the water within seconds reports said six Philippine and three Indonesian fishing workers and the Taiwanese driver of the petrol tanker were injured. the heads of Peru's armed forces and police have expressed their support for president my team Vizcarra he was temporarily suspended by the country's Congress the move came after Mr Vizcarra announced he dissolved Congress and called for fresh elections in a televised address he said you try to enact the anti corruption program on which he came to power only to be frustrated by the opposition run Congress as many as a hundred and fifty people have now died off to heavy floods in northern India because the river Ganges to burst its banks in Baha emergency teams of rescued thousands of stranded people in the past few days neighboring temper dash has also been badly hits. tributes have been paid to the American soprano Jessye Norman who's died at the age of seventy four the New York Metropolitan Opera but she made so many appearances cold have one of the great sopranos of the past half century adding that she doesn't audiences with beautiful tone and extraordinary power..

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"The gathering. and you know. Ireland has dismissed plans by Britain to setup customs clearance owns on either side of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland these would be about ten kilometers away from the Frontera under the British government which is trying to renegotiate his withdrawal agreement with the European Union said the proposal was in keeping with its commitment not to reintroduce controls at the border Ireland's foreign minister called the plan a non starter Chris page reports aren't being consistent in stating its bottom lines on brexit on the border these are that any replacement for the backstop must protect the Good Friday peace agreement of the all island economy ministers also emphasized their commitment to the E. U. single market in response to the latest reports avoid new proposals Dublin has been stressing the scene points which it's been making repeatedly in recent weeks but that has not seen any credible alternatives to the backstop opposition parties in the hours parliament of said trade barriers on the island of Ireland would be unacceptable. president trump's pass no lawyer has become the latest target of the Democrats led impeachment investigation Rudy Giuliani's been directed to supply documents on Ukraine relevant to the house inquiry into possible abuse of office by Mr trump world news from the BBC. the political crisis in Peru has deepened with presidents Martine Vizcarra announcing that he's dissolved Congress only for the legislature to declare him temporarily suspended in a televised address Mr Vizcarra said he had tried to enact the anti corruption program on which he'd been elected last year only to be frustrated by the opposition run Congress Candice PS has more Mr miscarriages been stonewalled by Congress since he took over last year promising to fight corruption among his targets with the congressmen and women who were now frustrating him the largest party in the legislature is led by Keiko Fujimori who's in pre trial detention for alleged money laundering Peru's highest courses to rule on a request to free her and the country's judicial system is notoriously corrupt Mr risk other wants to change that but Congress has to fight him putting forward its own candidates for judges more than a hundred people have died off to heavy flooding in northern India along the course of the river Ganges the states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh have borne the brunt of the reins with rescue teams evacuating thousands of people to safety. an international team of experts has concluded that people can continue to eat red meat sausages and bacon as there is very little evidence it increases the risk of cancer research is writing in the journal annals of internal medicine say the current evidence on the dangers of red and processed meat is very weak and people can continue to eat three or four portions of week. tributes have been paid to the American soprano Jessye Norman who's died at the age of seventy four the New York Metropolitan Opera where she made so many appearances cool how one of the great sopranos of the past half century adding that she had dazzled audiences with beautiful tired and extraordinary power a family pay tribute to her musical and her humanitarian work BBC news. hello and welcome to the BBC world service on our own soul in Ghana's capital city. the year of its full hundred years since the first documented it's late Africans would take into America I'm gonna is encouraging people of African descent to visit the country and even settle here the budgeting on scene is reflected by my guests on stage at the academy of arts and sciences and they. Lydia Slawson film and television her latest TV series puzzles explores the darker side of life in a draw.

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

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"The American soprano Jessye Norman who has died aged seventy four. hello I'm Danielle yeah we'll get sky with the BBC news a mass military parade is underway in Beijing as China marks the seventieth anniversary of Communist Party rule president xi gin paying let the ceremonies standing in the exact spot from where mounted doing declared the foundation of the people's Republic he said that no force could stop China but check Beijing remains committed to peaceful development we must. to consolidate and develop the sparse Republic she she raises yet and continue down. wrong to achieve some already goals. to realize the Chinese. national rejuvenation. Mr she was joined on the podium by former Chinese leaders including the ninety three year old young man our correspondent in Beijing robin France was watching this is China on its seventieth birthday with the seventieth birthday of the people's Republic of China showing the world and I think probably more importantly showing is domestic audience how capability is how sophisticated it's fighting force has become and how much potential it has going forward make no mistake there is at the very heart of today's celebrations a military events that showing off what they thought and of course what they can do misty she addressed the recent unrest in the territory of Hong Kong in his speech saying China remains committed to its stability and prosperity there was tight security in Hong Kong which has been scarred by four months of demonstrations against Chinese rule. president trump's personal lawyer has become the latest target of the democratic led impeachment investigation Rudy Giuliani has been directed to supply documents on Ukraine relevant to the house inquiry into possible abuse of office by Mr trump three committee chairman said Mr Giuliani's own statement suggested he depressed Ukraine to dig up dirt on the democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden. the British government has suggested creating a series of customs clearance owns on either side of the Irish border as part of its brexit negotiations with the E. U. these would be situated about ten kilometers away from the border and would allow for consignments to be checked and cleared his cash yeah. if this leak is a taste of formal government proposals to come. many rather than agreements probably lie ahead and you brexit deal signed off by E. leaders at the middle type a summit has long been the prime minister's declared a name this week that you told him to get on with it to present them with concrete U. K. proposals on how to replace the backstop before time ran out for them to consider them but the details leaked on Monday night of possible U. K. customs proposals full fall short of meeting the EU criteria of safeguarding both the single market and the Northern Ireland peace process can take on the reporting world news from the BBC. the political crisis in Peru has deepened with president Martine Vizcarra announcing that he's dissolved Congress only for the legislature to declare him temporarily suspended in a televised address Mr Vizcarra said he had tried to enact the anti corruption program on which he's been elected last year only to be frustrated by the opposition run Congress. a course in Morocco has sentence the journalists to a year in prison for having an illegal abortion and sex outside marriage Hey John ray SUNY who works for an independent newspaper was arrested last August outside a women's clinic in robot she said she was having treatment for internal bleeding anti noise all get the charges were politically motivated her gynecologist was given a two year sentence and her fiance sent to prison for a year. an iceberg measuring one and a half thousand square kilometers has broken away from the Amory ice shelf in Easton Antarctica it contains more than three hundred billion tons of ice Jonathan Amos reports it's hard sometimes to grasp the scale of the icebergs that call from Antarctica this latest one could fit over a quarter of a million football pitches or its wide flat surface it's so big it gets a catalog name D. twenty eight he needs to be tracked because its great bulk could pose a hazard to shipping scientists have been waiting more than fifty years for the a re I shelf to produce a break away like this but they stress it does nothing to do with climate change Jessye Norman one of the most renowned operatic soprano's of the twentieth century has died in New York at the age of seventy four and a tube of Georgia in the United States just you know man made how Oprah debut involved in this town was in nineteen sixty nine she was the site was started vents including the vice into any of the French Revolution bill Clinton's second integration and the unveiling of two monumental columns of light six months after the September eleventh attacks BBC news. hello I'm Jacki Leonard and you're listening to the news room from the BBC world service the seventieth anniversary of the Communist Party founding of the people's Republic of China is being marked today with an elaborate military parade in Beijing we will go to our correspondent that a little later in the program first though more on the news that president trump's personal lawyer is the latest target of an impeachment investigation against him Democrats have demanded that Rudy guiliani supplies documents on Ukraine relevance to the house inquiry into possible abuse of office by Mr trump in his dealings with his Ukrainian counterpart hello dear Mr Lansky Mister guiliani has a message to all skin Ukrainian officials to investigate widely debunks corruption allegations against democratic presidential rival Joe Biden Mr trump maintains that his interactions rule above board.

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