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tv   DW News - News  Deutsche Welle  July 28, 2018 12:00am-12:03am CEST

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thank. you but. people across the world have been watching the longest lunar eclipse of this century the phenomenon happens when the moon passes through the earth's shadow turning a deep red color known as a blood moon this eclipse was visible in australia asia africa europe and south america. greek prime minister alexis tsipras has accepted political
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responsibility for the deadly wildfires that killed at least eighty seven people in the country this week. it was his first public appearance since tuesday and comes after the opposition accused his government a failing to protect lives. a european union monitoring team has said pakistan's elections were not a level playing field for all parties. the announcement came after pakistan's election commission officially declared him wrong come the winner of the general election but his p.t.i. party must form a coalition to govern. new figures show the u.s. economy grew at its fastest price in four years in the last quarter u.s. growth clocked in at four point one percent between april and june. economists say the surge is largely done to president donald trump's talks got.
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the night of the blood moon it is the longest total lunar eclipse of the century the moon going black and then appearing read a spectacular one hundred and three minutes we'll find out why it's so special about this astronomical event i'm sorry kelly in berlin this is the day. and also coming up pyongyang returns the possible remains of americans who died in the korean war we will speak with one man whose father went missing in action but he was three plus elections in cambodia and after thirty three years in power and a crackdown on dissent who can challenge the bully party a special report on a vote that critics say is a sham. since the main opposition party was the sole brother government late last
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year with its leaders either in exile or in prison.


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