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this is due to the news coming to you live from berlin we're friends after a while donald trump turns on the trauma after a bombshell interview about greg's it in a british newspaper i don't know what they're going to do but whatever you do is ok with me but your decision. in his newspaper interview only a trunk and said you can't strategy would kill any chances up or trade deal with the u.s. also coming up. germany and to lose it in a tussle over a former bodyguard of the late al qaeda leader osama bin laden first the man was
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deported from germany but now of course there has ordered him to be brought back it says his dipped people titian was grossly. and pakistani former prime minister nawaz sharif arrived home to face arrest on corruption charges a court last week sentenced him to ten years in prison. hello and welcome i'm. fresh controversy as u.s. president donald trump attempts to soften comments he made to a british newspaper about u.k. prime minister to resign me now doing a joint press conference said ms country residents trump instead described as an incredible woman who is doing a fantastic job as british prime minister this stood in stark contrast to what he told the two. have a good newspaper the sun he accused me
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a ruining what his country stands to gain from the brakes of votes to leave the. visit to the u.k. has been met with huge protests. now for more on this with me i have in the studio alex forrest whiting and. correspondent bob a visit is standing by let me start with you barbara thank you on the midst of protests in the heart of london what are people saying to you. people are come out here to protest against trump have against every aspect office politics be abrasive. militarism be it in his treatment of migrants or his treatment of women whatever he does people that have come out here today in london and there's more than one hundred thousands in the streets here at least we haven't seen yet any official figures but it's a huge crowd all these people opposed from as a matter of principle many of them fear that he's going to dismantle democracy and
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help to it was the rise of right wing extremists and fascism in the end so it is a serious allegations that people are making here against drug however this protest has been the mood at the atmosphere of the party in a way many people have come out was instrumental playing in between people are sort of moving and dancing a bit and the mood is joy is in a way because of course the protesters here feel that coming out is their side their side against the politics of donald trump trying to show him that in their eyes he's not welcome in the u.k. yesterday trump said that he thought many britons really like him now nobody in the central london today is on his side they all really opposed to a lot from. extending to you so konovalov two tests in the heart of london for more feet so with a bob or a. you know what do result me this must have been
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a very very difficult visit for tourism a bus she was focusing on the positives when she addressed earlier yes she had to focus on the positives because this did not get up off to a good start before donald trump an even landed in the u.k. he'd given an interview to the sun newspaper in which he criticized theresa may over her break that plan saying that they would probably kill a free trade deal with the u.s. and that he had given her an feist and that she hadn't listened so that touch did not go down well with theresa may but she had to play ball here she had to show that she could still get something out of this meeting she talked about the positives the military cooperation shared intelligence and pursuing a very ambitious free trade agreement and this time check is don't trump agreed but i also want to thank prime minister may for pursuing fair and reciprocal trade with the united states once the brics
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a process is concluded and perhaps the u.k. has left the e.u. i don't know what they're going to do but whatever you do is ok with me that's your decision whatever you're going to do is ok with us just make sure we can trade together that's all that matters the united states looks forward to finalizing a great bilateral trade agreement with the united kingdom. now donald trump. i was asked by reporters why he had criticized theresa may in that article here tonight criticizing her but i think that downing street at that point don't mind forty said because this was now back on message to reason they had got something positive out of him and that is what she needed and even he was talking about the u.s. u.k. relationship that is indispensable that couldn't have gone better so tourism in the end was satisfied with the outcome let me down turn to you again bob after the nato meeting donald trump criticizes allies there and again today donald trump it out of
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his allies especially germany over various issues and he brought up his gas pipeline again and russia's jimmy's dependence on russian gas let's first take a listen to what he had to say it is a tragedy i think it's a horrific thing that's being done where you're feeding billions and billions of dollars from germany primarily and other countries but primarily from germany into the coffers of russia when we're trying to do something so that we have peace in the world i think it's a horrible thing that germany is doing i think it's a horrible mistake and as much as i like angle i was very open and saying that i think it's a horrible thing that you have a pipeline coming from russia and i believe that germany's going to be getting fifty sixty or even i've heard numbers of seventy percent of their energy coming in from russia and how can you be working for peace and work in from
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strength when somebody has that kind of power of your country. and other very strong common said those numbers that you mention have been disputed by the german foreign office but what do you make of these remarks and how worrying are their. i mean this is sheer and pure essential donald trump what he does is he repeats a wrong statement over and over again he's done that on the first day of the nato meeting he repeated them on the second day of the nato meeting i'm going to america's there during the nato summit he called she contradicted him and said this is not true and the figures are much lower if germany is getting about twenty percent off its energy from russia if you take gas and oil together but he won't listen because that's not what this is about and it seems that he is really at the moment on the track of anti german propaganda that germany at the moment is his enemy number one no that is very worrying for the government invalid but we can
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clearly see how he is doing this and what he is doing and in this huge crowd here in the center of london where people are carrying thousands of posters against a lot of them refer to that and say is a liar no more fake news from from and this is just one of those cases so no more fake news from trump alex what was then your over or to this meeting between tourism me and donald trump well look at couldn't have started off worse than it has for two weeks and may but i think that downing street and the u.k. in general have played to his ego he's been presented with pageantry and the way he's going from blenheim palace to check is later fifteen with the queen he couldn't have asked for more and he loves that so in terms of treason may he quit one term to donald trump he wanted and it looks like two reason may have got a little bit out of it of course donald trump and flies to the west coast of scotland for a private weekend and nobody's quite sure who he's meeting so this is not yet over
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i think downing street over the white house keeping an eye on that story closely alex forrest whiting and studios and bob no reason in the heart of london following those anti trump protests thank you both very much for your reporting. let me now join another of our correspondents begin she is standing by at windsor castle where trump is having tea with the queen may get a lot of pomp and pageantry no doubt there. pomp and carriage always in the wings you know the royal wedding is not so now as we've just seen the military bands go into the causes so they are getting ready for the visit off donald trump but what we have here also is protesters we've got when i look down here just in front of the entrance of the cars that looks like on one side we've got some trump supporters we see some american u.s. flags here but on the other side and that's seems to be the bigger crowd is the protesters against trump and these people are not happy that he is meeting the
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queen and they're as opposed to that saying just the queen don't give him the good biscuits you know people are slightly incensed even here in windsor which is i would say normally very polite town and probably on the conservative side definitely not a hotbed of protesters and well fake news liberalism as a truck might call it and make it an obvious donald trump must be hugely flattered to be received by the queen why was this visit put on the agenda do you think. well of course all to you to make the most of this visit it wasn't a state visit to resume a didn't want to do that but it comes pretty close to a state visit really with all the red carpets that are being rolled out quite literally for donald trump and now tea with the queen behind these walls here in windsor castle so you wouldn't really and count many protesters on the streets but
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people are a lot of people are not happy that he has these two to to meet the queen and that's why that's why there are traitors not only a london and other parts of the country but also here in windsor we have to wait and see what came out of that visit and see what the queen bigot must at windsor castle thank you very much for being us up to date. let me now bring you up to date with some other stories making news around the world in pakistan dozens of people have been killed in two bomb attacks targeting candidates campaigning for the country's elections an explosion in the southwestern town of must own killed at least seventy people including a candidate earlier at least four people died when a blast hit a politician's convoy in the north west and town of. several dozen refugees have disembarked from an italian coast guard ship in sicily italian
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prosecutors are questioning them over reports that some had been involved in an attempted mutiny a number legit to try to hijack the vessel fearing they would be returned to libya the incident comes amid heightened tensions in europe over refugee policy. officials in kenya say eight black rhinos have died after y. live workers moved them from the capital nairobi to a new national park kenya's wildlife ministry believes the animals died from drinking too much sortie water after becoming dehydrated the species is critically endangered there just a few thousand left in the wild. a man alleged to be a former bodyguard of terrorist leader osama bin laden was today deported from germany to his home country tunisia but now a german court has ruled that he must be brought back again the man identified only as he was flown back to his homeland despite
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a court order blocking his removal the suspected islamist had been living in germany for several years with his wife and children but he was arrested in june. the leader osama bin laden was killed by u.s. special forces in may two thousand and eleven. for more on this story i'm joined from our parliament studio elementary students by a political correspondent nina hauser you know what are you hearing about this latest courtroom. well first of all you have to say that it's a complicated case because there are several german institutions that are involved several courts and several ministries both on the federal and the local level but what we do know is that the local administrative court in gazin cation issued an order blocking the deportation of some we are on thursday and try to transfer that court order to the authorities who with then to try to deport
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some they say they didn't receive that court order in time and they had already deported him now the court in games and cations says that they step or taishan was grossly unlawful and infringes the principles of the rule of law because you have to remember that in germany everybody whether they're considered a terrorist threat or anybody else they are entitled to the protection of rule of law and they are entitled to be protected from the risk of torture and the court in guys in cation argues that there was no guarantee that he would not be tortured when he was back in tunisia and then just how was this man who was living in germany for such a long period suddenly deemed a risk and this case put on a fast track. well to be fair you have to say that authorities did have him on the radar for a long time and they tried to deport him there was also a big outcry when hughes broke that he'd been receiving welfare benefits and it was
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a case where authorities had tried to act but again and the rules in germany are such that if you don't have diplomatic reassurance from the country that the person will be deported to you that there will not be torture when the people arrive there the rules that the person can't be deported and it looks as though the process was now sped up because the interior ministry got involved you said didn't interior ministry got involved in the interior minister's horse and of course he is the conservative interior minister who caused a government crisis by. over the issue of refugees earlier this month wasn't directly involved in this case do you think. he made this special case a top priority when he first took office earlier this year after six weeks he outlined his priorities as interior minister and said that he would make sure personally that the deportation won't move forward and this is something that would
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make perfect sense if indeed that the deportation that we saw on friday was the result of of us personal involvement in the case it is a method that would apply to his way of working he is somebody who looks very much upon how the general public reacts to the mood of asylum seekers or even people who receive welfare benefits who are not welcome in germany and so this would make perfect sense. these political correspondent at a bottom and you see it is thank you very much. yeah joins me now and more bad news for free trade can say that the free trade agreement between the e.u. and canada could become a casualty in the crossfire of the trade dispute between the e.u. and the u.s. italy's new government has said is what it will not ratify the agreement a failure to deliver seats there will be a huge setback for auto on brussels we have been trying to ramp up trade amid
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growing u.s. protectionism. parmesan cheese is just one of many italian regional specialities but only a few of these have a name is protected by an official seal. italy fears for the survival of its agricultural sector the main reason why the new government says it doesn't want to ratify the agreement negotiations between auto and brussels have been going on for years the agreement was finally signed in twenty sixteen but needs to be ratified by all twenty eight e.u. member states canada and the e.u. trade goods worth more than sixty billion euros annually with the removal of tariffs the volume is expected to rise by around twenty percent. but from the beginning there have been protests many fear that sæter will allow large corporations to become ever more powerful most e.u. countries have already ratified the deal italy's refusal comes at
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a difficult time for europe as it tries to actively present itself as a champion of free trade. there's been a surprising and dramatic rise in chinese exports to the u.s. despite the current trade conflict the chinese economy announced record results beijing's plus with the u.s. hit an all time high in more than twenty nine billion dollars on a list say the suits u.s. businesses preparing for the new terrorists that are being introduced in july two weeks ago the u.s. slapped tariffs on chinese imports to the tune of thirty four billion dollars and president of trump has more of his sleeve he's threatening to hit a further two hundred billion dollars of goods with tariffs to football fans will have to wait until sunday's world cup final to see who will be the new world champions bought the battle of the brands has been decided and the winner is nike competitor added us have bet on germany's spain argentina to carry
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its brand through to the final well we all know how that went nike though can be very pleased both france and chrysler will wear their brands logo in the biggest football match in the world. no matter who wins the world cup nike is claiming victory at least among sports outfitters along with their colors the french players will be bearing the swash as well the croatian team the final marks a milestone for the company and we've had three of the four teams make the semifinals and two of our teams made the finals which is the first time. we've been in the game of football for over twenty years and it's the first time that we've ever had it all make the final with both teams wearing the. nike says the kits from both teams are selling like hotcakes but it's not just about the presale spike for nike but the longer term boost to the brand that could prove helpful for the sports apparel maker at a time when it's trying to extend its reach. to see china overall there's
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a tremendous growth opportunity for us as a company that we believe sport and the court will help us accelerate our business so one of our biggest opportunities is that you have. the chinese. football will play a critical role in that that's less than good news for a didas which has had the firmest foothold on the market around football for decades it's rivalry with nike is only going to get more intense and extend long after the world cup is over. when washington's tariffs against china took effect in early july china retaliates with tribes on the same day. a slew of u.s. agricultural products and industries including. the u.s. exports fourteen billion dollars worth of beans to china every year. oh in vail louisiana is soybean country raymond check snyder says his crop is
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coming along well this year. but if the trades battle between the united states and china doesn't tend soon his market is gone check snyder says he could lose more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars thanks to the twenty five percent china slapped on u.s. imports in response to trump's tariffs. i don't know if we realize from the start how big of a buyer. you know everybody talk about the imbalance in trade but this was a really big. big big deal. china is louisiana's biggest export market roughly fifteen thousand jobs depend on the state's agricultural exports to china meanwhile beijing says the trade conflict will have limited impact on the chinese soybean market and twenty seventeen most imports came from brazil and argentina and in early july china removed tariffs on soybean imports from some
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asian countries may only way that no one can create without us soybeans we can import soybeans from south america and countries along wilson road routes to meet our needs and to at present such a small being reserves are abundant you. always hear meet the requirements of the country at any time to ensure market stability. analysts say the chinese targeted soybeans because the plant is grown in many states that voted for donald trump in twenty sixteen for a large number of u.s. soybean farmers the decisions made by the white house signal bankruptcy. and that's all for me for now i'll have a full edition of the business for you in the next hour with first with. thank you very much. we go now to pakistan where the country's former prime. minister arrived
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in the whore to face arrest on corruption charges last week a pakistani court sentenced him to ten years in prison over the purchase of luxury properties in london the ruling came just weeks ahead of national elections. locked down on the streets of lahore pakistan deployed thousands of security forces as former prime minister nawaz sharif prepared to touch down sharif's backers say the country's powerful military is colluding with the judiciary to damage his political party ahead of elections. they're prepared to confront a forty's fifty's challenged. i am ready to give the last drop of my blood. i'm ready to face jail i'm ready to die let them do whatever police and their police want to do we are here to face that we will not turn back. i while in office had been
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critical of the military's involvement in civilian affairs he served three times as pakistan's prime minister and was widely viewed as a political survivor. but in twenty seventeen the country's supreme court barred him from office over graft charges a year later the same court banned him from politics for life sharif is gambling that turning himself in will galvanize support for his belabored party. but i am making a sacrifice for the future of pakistan. so join me walk with me join hands with me and change the direction of this country. pakistan's army has denied meddling to tip the scales in favor of national security conservative imran khan and his p.t.i. party pledged to ensure
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a fair and free election on july twenty fifth. so what do you do when you have the was company a country has been knocked out of the tournament you can either return home all jump on the midnight express to continue exploring the host nation well that's exactly what one fan from mexico did his his journey into the russian hospitality. the night train sets off from st petersburg at two o'clock in the morning it's a long journey to moscow twelve hours in a packed compartment. fifty four people fit in this third class sleeping car one from mexico was at the semifinal in st petersburg he was surrounded by fans from all over the world. now he's on a train with russians heading to moscow. tried to claim there was a real fanfare i like. to be on the train with some russians and we are talking
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about what i like about his country and something like that. but now it's time to rest it's late and there's a long way to go. the next morning it's stuffy in the sleeping car. one hardly slept. others have been up for hours. the people next to one are having fish for breakfast one has enjoyed the experience he's managed to have a conversation with nikita despite not speaking russian one hadn't thought about bringing breakfast so his new friends offered him some of theirs he's seen similar hospitality at other world cups he has attended. usually people are kind to each other and helpful i found that in germany i found that in brazil and now in russia. his own country mexico were kicked out of the world cup almost two weeks ago but one is still having fun and he'll remember this journey for
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a long time. it was in the news has a recap of our top stories president trump is having tea with the queen on the latest stage of his trip to britain he back pedaled on his criticism of british prime minister to resign me. for leaving the european union germany into these young gays in a tussle with this man the suspected formal bodyguard of the lazy al qaeda leader osama bin first the man was deported from germany but now of course there has ordered him to be brought back. more news coming up for you in half and look forward to seeing you then.
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is a simple game twenty two mentions a blow for ninety minutes. following the semifinals be taking place in the country are coming to a final. shuttle become a sham chance to see the french croatia. such.
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as a british overseas territory but it didn't get to vote in the brics a referendum. it's citizens are overwhelmingly opposed to leaving the european union saying it would hinder trade with neighboring ukraine territory. now angle is considering changing its relationship with britain. in sixteen d.-w. . did either brown really love adult hitler. or did she love the life he provided for her. she was the dictator's mistress. only an insignificant concert at his side.
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pursuing her own ambitions. but certainly as no other woman got some close to. life and death with the film. starts july twenty first on t w. football is a simple game twenty two men chase a ball for ninety minutes and at the end the french croatia will win the world cup two thousand and eighteen. hi and welcome my name is coming i well come to the welcome show number seven it is our last one before the great final of the world cup two thousand and eighteen and russia were croatia has to you back from us so we have lots to talk about right guys we that's true and i'm actually i'm super happy that michael is here i had i had my doubts in.


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