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became a story about to lose. and lose to the home. when paul came over the city from cameroon to berlin starts oct fourth on t.w. . germany's governing coalition parties will reopen talks about the future of the former domestic spy chief mass and the social democrats are upset about his promotion to a new job in the interior ministry after controversial comments about far right violence now chancellor angela merkel has agreed to re-evaluate the decision this comes as opinion polls show a large drop in support for her conservative blog. after a contentious european union summit britain's prime minister theresa may says
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bragg's talks with the e.u. have reached an impasse she also said that for e.u. leaders to dismiss her plan for the u.k.'s withdrawal from the bloc was unacceptable. tanzania has declared four days of national mourning following a deadly ferry accident on lake victoria more than one hundred thirty people are reported to have died after a boat capsized as the country's president has ordered the arrest of the ferries operator. and kenya has temporarily overturned a ban on a film about a lesbian love affair so it can be entered for a foreign language oscar of the eighty's had outlawed the movie rafi key for quote promoting homosexuality director one newark he was successfully sued.
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it's been a year since hurricane slammed into port authority call one of the most intense hurricanes on record it devastated the island which was already bankrupt when the storm hit. also on the program house prices keep going up and up but how much is too much that's a question not only germans have to tackle it's a global problem. and small and medium sized companies here are leading the way when it comes to employing migrants we've highlighted one variant success story in a very traditionally german sector. it's time for business on d.w.i.m. it's good to have you with us it was a year ago that tropical storm hit the caribbean island of puerto rico the country associated to the united states and considered a u.s. territory has had a rough time trying to rebuild critical infrastructure after the storm critics say the u.s. government didn't do enough to.


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