— buildings and homes have been swept away. well, a crane and a whole team are needed to lift just one vehicle — the mudslide hurled so many of them with its force. when the torrent of debris and earth came hurtling down here, little could withstand it. is this the goal that keeps germany in the world cup? we have the latest on the action in qatar. and the british singer dua lipa says she's honoured to receive albanian citizenship in a ceremony hosted by the albanian president, in tirana. live from our studio in singapore. this is bbc news. it's newsday. hello, and welcome to the programme. protests in china against the government's strict covid measures have intensified,
i was back in ukraine during the war, then i came here and our houses are destroyed and people are missing. how could this happen? then a mass to bring solace to those seeking answers in tragedy. their minds turned to the moment the earth broke away and engulfed their lives, an island overwhelmed by itself. mark lowen, bbc news, ischia. you're watching newsday on the bbc. still to come on the programme: we'll have the story behind this world cup picture — and we'll tell you who's in and who's out of the tournament. it's quite clear that the worst victims of this disaster are the poor people living in the slums which have sprung up around the factory. i'm feeling so helpless that the children are
more on the protests in china on our website where there is a live page keeping you up—to—date with all the latest developments. head over to the bbc news website or simply download the news app if you haven't done so already. let's take a look at some other stories in the headlines... in an online video, the niece of iran's supreme leader, ayatollah ali khamenei, has called on all foreign governments to cut ties with tehran. activists say farideh morad—khani was arrested injanuary and is being held in a notorious tehran prison. thousands of people from the kurdish community in northeast syria have been protesting against turkish cross—border air—strikes. demonstrators in the city of qamishli held up photos of some of the nearly 60 people killed in the attacks. the air strikes on the semi—autonomous kurdish zones began a week ago in response to a bombing in istanbul this month.
hospital capacity. there's also still no stated plan to open up, even at some time in the future. stephen mcdonnell, bbc news, beijing. for more, on this i am joined now from shanghai by frank tsai, who is founder of china crossroads, a forum which organises public lectures in china, most recently about covid. and we have spoken to frank before, it's great to see you back on the programme, thank you forjoining us. you've lived in china for 15 years or so — i know protests are unusual there, so — i know protests are unusualthere, but so — i know protests are unusual there, but this size and scale, how unprecedented in your view is this? i and scale, how unprecedented in your view is this?— your view is this? i haven't seen any _ your view is this? i haven't seen any protests - your view is this? i haven't seen any protests of- your view is this? i haven't seen any protests of this l your view is this? i haven't - seen any protests of this scale in shanghai in the entire 15 years i've lived here. in the past 2—3 decades, there's been tens of thousands of small scale protests, usually about labour rights and against land grabs by officials, but very
to wheat production. the wheat we grow is going to have to change. looking back into our past and rediscovering lost varieties could be the best way to move forward. rebecca morelle, bbc news. turning to the world cup now — and there were four matches in the group stages on sunday. there was another upset with morocco beating one of the pre—tournament favourites belgium and a dramatic draw between spain and germany. rhia chohan is in doha. it was the headline match in the group stages, and spain were looking for that win to send them straight through after that emphatic victory over costa rica, the 7—0 win. and it was, as you mentioned, it was a great finish for alvaro morata in the 62nd minute, putting them ahead. but even more was riding on it for germany — and that was because they wanted to avoid a second group stage exit in successive world cups. and it was germany's best
designed her own clothes. now she's officially albanian too. wendy urquhart, bbc news. isn't she fantastic was dua lipa my favourites. thanks for watching. hello there. november has been very mild, it's also been very wet. but as we head towards december, the weather pattern will change over the week ahead. it's going to be turning drier. it's also going to be turning colder. there may well be some mist and fog around as well. we've got a few patches of that developing already, particularly across north east england. it will be a colder start, i think, to monday morning. temperatures could be three or four degrees. there'll be a few showers around it as well. mist and fog will slowly lift during the morning. we'll see the showers fading away from scotland and northern ireland. sunshine around here. a few more showers coming in off the irish sea into west wales, south west england, and the odd one in the afternoon through the midlands and southern england. but large parts of the uk in the afternoon will be dry with some sunshine.
dying in front of me, and i can't do anything. charles manson is the mystical leader of the hippie cult suspected of killing sharon tate and at least six other people in los angeles. at 11am this morning, just half a metre of rock separated - britain from continental europe _ it took the drills just i a few moments to cut through the final obstacle. then philippe cozette, a miner| from calais, was shaking hands and exchanging flags| with robert fagg, his opposite number from dover. this is newsday on the bbc. i'm karishma vaswani
today, i am due. here there is heat, a chance to work, or play. some just sit in silence. this war could be a long wait. volodymyr and his mother are here to get hot water for his child, who's unwell. olga says the strain of it all is getting to her. translation: it was already very difficult for me, i used i to hold on but now my nervous system cannot cope with this load. it's so hard, this morning i could barely get up. winter brings a few guarantees, except the cold, and fears russia will keep targeting ukraine's energy system, driving people here to shelter from their own homes. jessica parker, bbc news, kyiv. one of the global effects
welcome to bbc news. i'm monika plaha. our top stories: all chant. thousands take to the streets of chinese cities to protests against the strict covid restrictions with some openly calling for president xi to stand down. government seems to have drastically underestimated popular discontent. yet, for the moment, has no easy way out. at least seven people are killed in a landslide triggered by torrential rain on the italian island of ischia. buildings and homes have been swept away. while a crane and a whole team are needed to liftjust one vehicle, the mudslide hurled so many of them with its force. when the torrent of debris and earth
has lived here for 20 years. translation: i came out shouting to my husband . translation: i came out shouting to my husband that our neighbours had lost their daughter and her baby. i was back in ukraine during the war, then i came here and our houses are destroyed and people are missing. how could this happen? then a mass to bring solace to those seeking answers in tragedy. their minds turned to the moment the earth broke away and engulfed their lives, an island overwhelmed by itself. mark lowen, bbc news, ischia. you're watching newsday on the bbc. still to come on the programme: we'll have the story behind this world cup picture — and we'll tell you who's in and who's out of the tournament.