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south so they can plant crops and trying to eat. bugs and droughts climate change become the main driver of mass migration you can write any kind of peace not if you want and probably most of them don't come to. the climate exodus starts people on t.w. . the new head of sudan's military council has said a civilian government will be formed after talks with the opposition he promised the transition would take a maximum of two years the military ousted president omar al bashir after months of protests demonstrators have voted to continue to take to the streets. algeria's magistrates who play a key role in overseeing elections have said they will boycott a presidential vote shadowed for july an interim government announced the elections
to replace former president abdelaziz bouteflika opponents accuse the old regime of trying to cling to power. in serbia protests against president bush and his government continued on saturday thousands have been demonstrating every weekend for months the demonstrators accused of becoming increasingly autocratic intimidation the opposition and trying to silence the media. a fresh round of violence has gripped afghanistan after the taliban launched its annual spring offensive several people have been killed and many more injured in a recent surge in fighting in can do in the country's north it comes as the u.s. continues to push for a peace settlement. knocked
down last time around but dortmund is not out of the title race back at home dortmund scatting improve our eyeing the throne determined to get back on track starting with mines. the visitors might have looked like easy money on the road lately losing their last five games away from home could don't mean cashing in on the three points also coming up. wolfsburg at leipsic the last time the wolves faced the bulls they played matador in a hole to light six unbeaten run could wolfsburg do it once again against the third place to stop. welcome to the bone as they go right here on d w i'm chris harrington here to bring you the business come on of course we'll start with the dortmund match now captain marco rice called their defeat to bahrain last week a catastrophe and at actually apologized.