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tv   DW News - News  Deutsche Welle  February 13, 2018 12:00am-12:03am CET

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it created movie milestones it was an instrument of propaganda and persecution. it underwent a bankruptcy and restructuring. but still turning out films today. germany's biggest and oldest film company. assume that it can stream from the german empire to the present one hundred or so in the starting february each. new. south africa's ruling a.n.c. party is reportedly giving president jacob zuma forty eight hours to resign that's according to the country's state broadcaster as a.b.c. suma is facing pressure to resign over a series of corruption scandals with deputy president cyril ramaphosa seen as his likely successor. ukraine's border service says it has deported former georgian
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president mikheil saakashvili to poland closed caption footage appears to show saakashvili being arrested in a key of restaurant ukrainian authorities accuse him of staying in the country illegally where he's led protests against president petro poroshenko. people have held a vigil in moscow to remember seventy one people killed in the plane crash near the russian capital on sunday investigators have recovered the flight data recorder from the wreckage for analysis it's not yet clear why the plane came down shortly after taking off. former u.s. president barack obama has unveiled a colorful large scale portrait of himself at the national portrait gallery in washington and on are given to all u.s. presidents the former first lady michelle obama also unveiled a portrait the obama's chose two african-american artists to do the artworks.
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our financial markets in for an even bigger shakeout a strong rebound on both sides of the atlantic signals the volatility is here to stay but some experts say the downward swings could grow also coming up rebuilding iraq a country in ruins the war ravaged state seeks billions of dollars in reconstruction funds but is anyone listening. and don't lose the plot kenya's latest reality t.v. shows a government backed attempt to boost the country's farming sector. this is your business update i've gotten on free in berlin good to have you with us now global stocks rallied on monday from asia to europe and even the u.s. where the last couple of weeks has proved a roller coaster ride with wall street stocks down ten percent officially entering a correction this week trading got underway there with the dow jones leaping by
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four hundred points the wild volatility sparked by fears of growing inflation which could force fos than expected rate rises on the.


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