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this is d.w. news the live from berlin donald trump creek knights a feud with iran just certifying the landmark agreement to curb its nuclear program but the us president stopped short of took petering the deal in leaving its fate in the hands of congress also on the program. australia is expected to swing to the right in this sunday's elections we look at how a hardline immigration stance has helped a frontrunner as a bastion could snap up support. and an old hand is back to guide by in munich in the bundesliga. is out to prove his team can get back on track.
i'm a diff to money welcome to the program u.s. president donald trump says he will not recertify the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal which saw iran shelve its disputed nuclear program in exchange for the easing of international sanctions now trump accused iran of violating the spirit of the agreement but stopped short of canceling the deal instead has called on u.s. lawmakers and international partners to fix its flaws every ninety days the u.s. president has to certify to congress that iran is complying with the agreement trump had done that twice before but now has refused to sign ahead of a sunday deadline. now congress must decide whether to reimpose sanctions or scrap the deal here's some more of what trump had to say importantly iran is not living up to the spirit of the deal so today in recognition of the increasing menace posed by iran and after extensive consultations with our allies
i am announcing a new strategy to address the full range of iran's destructive actions i am announcing today that we cannot and will not make this certification we will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence more terror and the very real threat of iran's nuclear breakout. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcome trump's announcement congratulating the u.s. president for what he called a quote courageous step now the response from other world leaders has been much less enthusiastic the deal took more than a decade to negotiate between the united states china russia great britain france germany and iran it was finally signed in twenty fifteen. there was dancing in the streets of the iranian capital tehran when the agreement was finally
reached after the mess of effort that went into securing the deal to control iran's nuclear program those who'd been instrumental in the negotiations reacted strongly to trump's announcement. more than two years ago exactly in july twenty fifteen the entire international community welcomed the result of twelve years of intense negotiations on the iranian nuclear program one hundred and four pages full of technical details. the joint compressive govern action. it is not a bilateral agreement it does not belong to any single country and it is not up to any single country to terminate it german foreign minister. said scrapping the treaty would send a quote dangerous signal in the show to do it in the next few weeks we'll do everything in our power to persuade u.s.
congress to uphold the agreement and to discuss how we can change iran's behavior in other areas of middle east politics we believe your agreement must be preserved as the. iranian president hassan rouhani said his country will continue to respect the nuclear deal in spite of trump's quote insults in a speech on state television rouhani said the agreement was much stronger than trump thinks more you know if we will continue to cooperate with the international atomic energy agency in the framework of international treaties but if someday our interests are not realized and other parties want to violate their commitments they should be aware that iran will not hesitate a moment and will respond to them. hard that the want of possible hot weather congress will make the changes trump wants remains to be seen it would seem that much of his bluster is for domestic consumption after weeks of divisions
within the republican party and infighting among his aides the president is trying to reassert his campaign priorities and play to his support base. well for more on this i'm joined now by our correspondent arrest a trucker who has covered many stories from iran thanks for being with us so we just heard iran's president has been rouhani saying that he still wants to stick to this deal is there any chance that iran might change its mind not right now iran and see it from speech as a major violation of the deal but he hasn't said anything that's completely unacceptable for them he do to decertify that agreement but he didn't pull out he announced sanctions against the revolutionary guards but didn't officially labeled them as a terror organization which would have been a red line for tehran so for now the agreement stands but that might change of congress decides to pull out and violated by every imposing sanctions that were part of the deal right now trump has drawn criticism from all sides because of this
stance and it's not just abroad but at home as well let's listen to democrat minority leader in the house of representatives nancy pelosi. the iran nuclear agreement was the best way to prevent iran from becoming a nuclear armed state to president trump through fuser to recertify is a grave mistake threatens america's security credibility at a very critical time. so we're hearing what fellow americans are saying but what about europeans do they have any leverage to pressure congress into staying in this deal they have to try if that's what iran expects them to do now it expects them to take a stand and defend the nuclear agreement and not only with words like we've just heard but also with actions so that might include trying to find a way to talk to iran about its behavior in middle eastern politics which was not a part of the deal at all but it's now widely criticized by the u.s.
that way they could show that there's room for improvement even without canceling the deal but it's important to remember that the deal was not only signed by the u.s. but by five other countries as well and they all want to keep it so the five plus one was signed the deal with iran has now have turned into a five against one and that one is the united states now and trampy saying that he can't personally cancel this do at any time what will iran do if the u.s. does actually make true its threats one thing is certain they will not renegotiate because the iranians have long been skeptical of whether washington can be trusted when it comes to agreements and if trump's now trying now pulled out of the deal although iran complies with that then he approves them bright and that would weaken president rouhani stance who was the strongest supporter of the deal inside iran and it would strengthen the hardliners because there except of limitations on their nuclear program just because they got sanctions relief in return and if that now is
gone they will end those limitations and probably invest more than ever before into the nuclear program terrorists a truck thank you for your insight time now for some of the other stories making news around the world u.s. backed forces fighting so-called islamic states say they are waging a final battle to uproot the extremists from maraca they say one hundred of the group's fighters have surrendered in the last twenty four hours the city is iris is defacto capital in syria and has been besieged since june. former french culture minister audrey as a day has been named the new head of unesco the board of the u.n. cultural agency selected however arrival from qatar the announcement comes a day after the u.s. and israel said they're pulling out of unesco washington accuses the organization of anti israel bias being too expensive and of voiding reform firefighters have made headway against devastating wildfires in the heart of
california's wine country but they're bracing for more hot dry winds that could fan the flames thirty five people have been killed so far and the death toll is expected to rise with hundreds of people still missing. two austria now where national elections are taking place this sunday now the outcome is expected to swing the country sharply to the right with voters back in two major parties that have campaigned on fears of immigration and islam polls show the election is likely to result in a government between austria's conservatives and the far right populist parties will take a closer look at the issues facing austrian voters in just a moment but first let's get some basic facts about the country austria is nestled in the heart of europe the country is famous for its chocolate and being home to compose it's also known for its brand of conservative populism that a times has put it at loggerheads with the european union austria's also home to eight point eight
million people one point five million of those live in the capital the end up and according to international monetary fund the country has a gross domestic product of three hundred eighty seven billion dollars so what exactly does that mean it makes it the twelfth richest country in the world and it's a fully fledged member of the e.u. and the euro zone border security and refugee policy have been the hot button issues of this election campaign as you will see in this report. it looks like a quiet stretch of the later river on the border of austria and hungry but right here or thirties of course more than eighty migrants trying to illegally cross in the weeks leading up to the austrian election. and especially along the lighter river many foreigners in need of help and protection are using it to make the crossing into austria. austria to can ninety thousand asylum seekers in twenty fifteen but now says it won't take anymore one of the
reasons is this man sebastian kurtz who's campaigned mostly on his successful push to close off the so-called balkan roots. i'm going to take a very clear path which will reduce illegal migration to zero those who try to enter illegally must be stopped at the border taken care of and then sent back the traffickers can't be the ones to decide who gets through and not we as a republic or the european union but courts is hard line immigration stance looks soft compared to the anti islam rhetoric of the leader of the nationalist freedom party. in vienna and other cities there are already more muslims than catholic children at primary schools and high schools that is due to the irresponsible policies of the government which attempted to replace our own population i say let's exchange these
politicians before they manage to completely replace us. these messages are resonating strongly with voters leaving incumbent chancellor christian can and his left wing social democrats behind in the polls a swing to the right in austria seems inevitable. football now and high drama last night has got hosted winless cologne in abundance league match up stuff got took a first half lead but cologne defender dominic hines managed a sublime goal to level the score with thirteen minutes to go the hosts got lucky in injury time when substitute a call as short took a deflection and dribbled in. the eight when the phone. returns to the pitch as coach of buying munich this weekend the seventy two year old has been away from the game for
four years but expectations are high especially considering buying want to trouble of trophies in his last season with the club freiburg is the first one to think of arrival to see how the bavarians fan with back in charge yet you hike yes is back with higher star player time is moolah and the club sports director are along for the ride if the sponsors promotion but maybe the time might have been better spent preparing for freiburg. we don't have much time to experiment i have quite clear right is. clear ideas maybe but due to last week's international break heike is in his squad haven't had that many hours working is one first on the new coaches mind though get the team out of its current days and make them great again this is in front of them . it's just a football team and things have to be worked on over and over again repetition to
make things or sematic is not going to happen tomorrow but it's important that players regain confidence in their performance. with high i.q.'s by and players regaining confidence should come easy because with you they have a winning history. moving from the pitch to the sea off of off southwest france where the world's top surfers including a hawaiian called john john yes that's his name took to the waves in the world surf league john john florence lit up the crowds with his acrobatic turns especially a series of three sixty that's one of the most complex moves in surfing his near perfect heat could help move him back to world number one where he finished last year. you're watching the news from berlin thank you for watching i'm. joins you at the top of the hour with more.
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