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place. blame. this is it only news live from berlin the far right alternative for germany storms into 2nd place in the state election in the. exit polls show the left wing less party are the strongest force but they'll have a hard time forming a new government will have team coverage of the election's outcome and what it means for the country also coming up. the world's most wanted terrorist has died
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during a u.s. led raid u.s. presence at donald trump confirms that american special forces stormed the abu bakar of her daddy's hideout in northwestern syria we have analysis from our 1st ponit in washington. and one of our thank you so much for your company everyone. german says other merkel's conservatives have suffered a crushing defeat in the eastern state of the room via her c.d.u. is projected to get 22 percent of the vote a drop of the leaven point 5 percentage points the left party is at 30.7 percent their best showing ever in through into the social democrats dropped to 8.2 percent the far right popular alternative for germany more than double the
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number of votes to 23.6 percent the greens in the pro-business free democrats are hovering at the 5 percent threshold needed to enter the state parliament we have this report now with some reactions from the state capital over there for. scenes of jubilation at the left party headquarters the socialists achieved their best result ever topping a state election for the 1st time this stuff believe it or a strong left party is simply the best thing for this state it was a good result for the far left party led by popular perm yeah obama lol but if obama lows current governing coalition an alliance with the social democrat s.p.d. party and the greens can't continue as it is the other 2 parties center of left lost considerable ground and up a big win it was the alternative for germany party or a.f.d. the far right party is considered particularly radical in. the party's 3 inches
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leda be an hca struck a particularly nationalist tone which won the party 2nd place. in the. stuffy old system is now being swept away my friends we're now going to take back our country. that was disappointment for the conservatives or c.d.u. party chancellor angela merkel's party came in behind the a.f.p. and 3rd place. what is on the top dog food it's a better day for the she do you in 3 and a better day for this she do you in germany we fight together we win together and just like today we also lose together. mike mortaring cd used to rinse your leader has already ruled out the idea of forming a coalition with the far right all the far left this means forming a regional government will most likely be an extremely complicated task and we can
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take an hour to air for to do that. is in the capital of the state of. i need a state police divided yeah the state is indeed deeply divided and it will be very hard to form a coalition here in. the left party as we just heard is now the strongest force here in the federal parliament but it currently has a coalition government with the s.p.d. the social democrats and the greens however both of these parties are not strong enough anymore so the current coalition here does not have a majority anymore now if we look at the numbers and i'm only talking about math then there's one possibility that would be a coalition between the left party and the c.d.u. on the americans conservative party however the c.d.u. has already ruled out to work together with the left party and honestly i don't see
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how these 2 parties could find common grounds so what the left party could now try is to find 3 other parties to form a coalition that means a coalition with 4 parties in total that would be a 1st in germany and i imagine it would take a long time to sort things out. talk to us about a of d. of course this is their night. you know what is their poll what is their appeal with voters in through in shia. i think there's several of factors one is that in 2014 the a if de only had around 10 percent of the vote and that was before we saw the influx of refugees the big influx of refugees in germany was in 2015 and the a.s.d. was very very critical in realizing that they could benefit from taking a very harsh anti in my grand positions and honestly
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a lot of people here grieve with these positions the 2nd factor i think is that the a 50 is very good in a trick doing protest voters 30 years after the wall came down after the end of the communist regime a lot of people here a certain percentage of people still feel left behind they feel like. second class citizens and the very very good in picking up those feelings and attracting those people and i know in conclusion how do you explain the linkers resoundingly success . i think it helps to have a quick look at the history of the left party it used to be the direct successor off the communist party in east germany but since the wall came down it has always been an opposition party that changed in 2014 when they became when they formed a government coalition here in the range of back then that was kind of
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a scandal and people feared is the state now going into socialist state but that didn't happen van top candidate the state prim you know it's very popular among people even among those that tend to more conservative ways they say he's very pragmatic he is down to earth and seeing the success of the less left party is really a big success of. reporting from the state capital greatly appreciated. next to the u.s. where president donald trump has announced that the leader of the so-called islamic states. is dead trump said to al baghdadi blew himself up as american special forces stormed his hideout and in the province in northwestern syria trump thanked russia syria turkey and iraq for cooperating with the co-op with the operation and leaders around the world have welcomed the news but warrant that the islamic state
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remained a threat donald trump said american special forces blew open a wall and moved in quickly cornering al baghdadi in a tunnel where he had taken 3 of his children he didn't supposedly blew himself up along with his children the u.s. says he quickly carried out d.n.a. tests confirmed his identity. the american president said he had been after baghdad he says he took office and explained why the u.s. chose to go in because this is the one that built isis and beyond and was looking to rebuild it again very very strongly looking debility and that's why he went to this province this why he went to this area president trump also said the mission was so top secret that only a few officials knew about it even keeping his allies in the dark album daddy had started a reign of terror this decade. he's believed to have become radicalized while being imprisoned by u.s. forces in iraq in 2004 he then became leader of isis in 2010 he made
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only one public appearance in 2014 in mosul iraq where he declared himself the colleague and announced the establishment of the islamic state as well as declaring a holy war in pencil president trump said the u.s. still has other people there after today's events are another reminder that we will continue to pursue the remaining isis terrorists through their brutal end that also goes for other terrorist organizations they are likewise in our sights baghdadi and the losers who work for. and losers they are they had no idea what they were getting into the president also defended his decision to pull out u.s. forces from syria saying he didn't want his country mired in the ancient disputes of others but he did say some u.s. forces will stay to protect the oil there. and washington correspondent pablo
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fully ileus says the announcement of a bug out his death is welcome news for president donald trump as he faces possible impeachment proceedings the death of the fugitive leader of the so-called islamic state. is being seen by president trump as a major win for him and his administration that this comes after the harsh criticism that he received from democrats and republicans over the rather abrupt decision to pull u.s. forces from syria and abandon their longstanding kurdish allies and critics have said that the pullout would allow isis to strengthen and once again become a serious threat to the united states and other countries but president trump ordered the return of 1000 u.s. troops now he and the u.s. defense secretary marc asper said soames would stay in syria to secure oil fields there and we mustn't forget that syrian oil in the past had been
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a source of revenue for the terror group that what we do or what we don't know is how many u.s. troops will in fact be needed now the president has been pushing for an end to what he calls the u.s. is involvement in endless wars and live up to a promise he made of bringing the troops home now for now trump is focusing on what he believes is very positive news that's the death of one of the most sought after people on the planet and shift the focus away from the ongoing and fast moving impeachment inquiry into him here in the united states public reporting there now to some of the other stories making news around the world. protesters formed a human chain across lebanon on sunday to express solidarity with anti-government protests demonstrators joined hands from tripoli to tire for a 170 kilometer long chain that ran through the capital beirut a nationwide rally sparked by proposals for new taxes have paralyzed the country
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since their start more than a week ago. hong kong police used tear gas and water cannons to break up an unauthorized demonstration in a water front district organizers called the protest to protest police conduct during their conduct rather during the month long pro-democracy demonstrations were activists have criticized police for using pepper spray rubber bullets and police dogs. we are just hours away from learning who the people of argentina will elect presidents well opinion polls are predicting that the center left candidate a bit of an on this will be conservative incumbent mockery this was a political unknown outside of argentina that is until this year but this election is seen as a referendum on mockeries tough love austerity measures of poverty has soared in the country's currency value dropped during mockeries presidency. president mauricio mockery striking when as posed at his last campaign rally in one
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as iran's all of our way back you know we will turn over the page of frustration we will turn around the election and we will turn around this country forever but. murray himself has a lot to turn around as his victory in the presidential election looks highly unlikely the man projected to defeat him by a landslide is opposition candidate albert of hernandez he's benefited from the disappointment felt by many arjan tines of a much chris unsuccessful handling of the economy. mccree came to power in 2015 promising market reforms open door trade policies and strong investment but 4 years on the argentine economy is shrinking and annual inflation stands at more than 53 percent in a primary vote in august seen as a dress rehearsal for the election mockery suffered a shock
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a landslide defeat for nanda has won by a massive 16 percent polls now predict that fernandez will win the presidency out right without the need for a 2nd round runoff a win for fernandez would also spell the return of argentina's controversial former president cristina kirchner who is running for vice president she's a polarizing figure a populist who retains a huge following and is viewed as a champion of the poor it she also faces investigations into fraud and money laundering. economists are predicting that a win for fernandez could exacerbate economic volatility. after the primary vote financial markets were thrown into turmoil and the peso plunged more than 30 percent. and protests over the worsening economic situation
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led lawmakers to approve an emergency food law last month. with neighbors chile and bolivia currently suffering protests and on rest could this election push another country in the region into further instability. that does it for us the next step is reporters with a story on living with the pressure you're watching give me news from berlin more news coming up at the top of the hour. here francis dear antonio here's a scene here. my 3 grandchildren sleep on trouble when i was in france is ages germany was split in 2 and remain divided for decades when your mother was born in 1989 the wall was already 8 years old you know my grandchildren were born after the war born in the green line. 3 generations only
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on a journey through my recent german history.


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