tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle February 1, 2018 3:00am-3:03am CET
teaching the next generation about environmental protection. schemes in all channels available to inspire people to take action and were determined to build something here for the next generation. multimedia environment series on. germany's bundestag remembered the holocaust on wednesday parliamentary president and german president front line myers. but the key address was for money to last vala fish one of the last known surviving members of the women's orchestra. is. the top u.s. crime bureau the f.b.i. says it has grave concerns about a memoir the russian investigation which president donald trump once released republicans say the memo outlines
a surveillance abuses by investigators looking into ties between russia and the trump campaign be public and say the document shows any trump bias but the f.b.i. says it omits relevant information thank you for your service to. mexico says it is deploying more than five thousand federal troops to help come to the surge in violent crime the decision comes after the country reported more than twenty five thousand murders last year the highest on record this despite a decade long military campaign to battle drug cartels the. southern bolivia is reeling from severe flooding caused by heavy rain the flood waters have destroyed a number of homes near the town of police. more than one hundred twenty thousand people have been affected in the region. his was one of the longest state of the union speeches describing one of the
shortest revivals ever of a nation in eighty minutes u.s. president donald trump reminded his country of its one year transformation from american carnage to a new american moment tonight thirty minutes on what this means for the world i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. we have gone forward with a clear vision and a righteous mission. to make america great again for blood. all americans that i saw no joy in the speech the speech was very long i was really encouraged that he started out by things that unite us i thought the president struck a good bipartisan tone and he did talk about china and russia and he talked about the threat that they pose he should have explained to congress why he blatantly refused to impose sank.