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league. the but. the but. this is the news coming to you live from berlin. in the german capital for that visit my comp your proposals for top level talks at a time when transatlantic relations with some strained it's taken away year in office to visit poland and with the 2 countries that are. can you find common ground. this after under macula this is hollywood's class of 2019. ted all the faults of ignorance and their old find it just. has to stay as it is
keep the edges graduating students to embrace optimism as she makes the case for multilateralism and cooperation also coming up to produce in hungary arrest the captain of the cruise ship that feel she rammed the tour boat in the danube and 7 people are confirmed dead 21 us to be missing emergency crews get off to release the sunken boat from the bottom of the river flowing through the heart of. plastic these cigarettes have been hailed as the safest substitute for cigarettes putting water on the real risks of raping. us secretary of state. b.-o.
is in berlin for talks with german chancellor angela merkel and foreign minister. america's top diplomat down in the german capital this morning 3 weeks after he suddenly postponed his trip to germany at the very last minute instead he flew off to iraq to win support for washington's position in growing tensions with iran and the differences in the u.s. and europe and iran on a things are also expected to be high on the agenda in berlin. now from all i had with me political correspondents welcome simon now secretary of state is visiting berlin for the 1st time and we know after he abruptly canceled his previous trip what is on the agenda and the still you have the secretary of state's finally got got to germany a year after he took office as you mentioned he's here to have meetings with foreign minister models or with chancellor americal and there's quite a few there's
a list you could say of complaints that the trumpet ministration have about german policy and pompei you mentioned some of them as he set off in particular that battle over germany's military spending the u.s. doesn't think germany spending enough and also the question of a while why the chinese telecoms company u.s. is very worried about the idea that that company be involved in telecoms or the internet provision in europe including in germany. i think they're probably also going to talk about the nord stream to gas pipeline project between russia and germany because the u.s. has been threatening sanctions against germany and other countries over that so that's that's that's a key source of conflict point and i think they'll also be talking about iran of course where this is a huge difference over what's the best way to pressure the iranian regime to. steer
away from nuclear weapons that of course is the issue. in part the issue that caused pompei ot cancel is his planned visit 3 weeks ago he had to rush off and deal with issues in iraq and and iran in the region. you know he's finally got here but there's a lot for them to talk about exactly we'll continue our conversation in just a bit silent but 1st will be chelsea america in just a few hours time and she has just returned from the united states russia delivered the commencement address at harvard university advised to the dr just was spiked with indirect criticism donald trump's policies here go over waltz of ignorance in their own mind this fall nothing has to stay as it is. it was one of several standing ovations for the german chancellor during hurricane speech she ended and began in english highly unusual for an american at such a major event. then gets off to the if we step out and embrace new beginnings
everything is possible. for the normally cautious pragmatic politician this was a far reaching to do list she spoke of halting global warming eradicating starvation eliminating diseases giving people especially girls access to education and fighting the causes of displacement and forced migration forced migration that's we can do all of that at. the harvard commencement speech is by tradition inspirational setting the bar high for graduating students. to them not to act impulsively but to take a moment to stop and think during laughter as well as a pool's. more than once michael seemed to conjure up donald trump without mention of his name. that's that means not calling lies truth. the
truth lies. the chancellor's mixture of the political and the inspirational seemed to resonate with the graduating students. before me the main message is about the believe in. can be broken and for me i think wallace is sort of a metaphor for anything it could be sort of close mindedness. to how you see the issues of the world whether you know whether or not you think they could be solved i think the speech was very well done and well received and i think that she's struck a balance between inspiring the graduates to make change in the world and also sending a political message. america has made it clear this is her last time this chancellor and her speech was a nod to the legacy she hopes to leave behind especially a firm commitment to strong transatlantic times. not turning written exam are still with me our political correspondent simon making rights and they pointed remarks
during a commencement address there warning against snap decisions an impulsive action how do you think that's going to play in into talks with talks with my secretary of state of the united states who is here for the 1st time either push visit yeah i mean those were very pointed remarks she didn't actually mention president trump but i think everyone in the audience understood that that was what she was talking about with voters talking about snap decision making and also really criticizing broadly american foreign policy talking about isolationism and you know setting up boundaries what you need to do is find common solutions multilateralism was it was a play for that really a speech we've heard from anglo-american many times before i don't think it changes exactly the dynamic of course as i say pompei or is the one who's chosen the timing of their meeting today so it's just unfortunate for him bad. you know it's come
after this rather pointed speak from the chancellor in america and obviously it'll add a little extra spice to those conversations absolutely and as we saw that the speech was really well received by the students at harvard now it also gave her a big platform to address certain issues which are very close to a hot yeah i mean receiving the honorary degree from harvard for her. chef and so sort of can do attitude on migration and openness to welcome refugees into germany of course highly controversial policy so i'm not sure the university is aware of all the nuances around that policy that still plague angle americal here but there is a sense in which angela merkel's on the sort of home strikes of chancellorship she won't be standing again of course as we know she's got a couple of years to run and i think she's sort of drawing together the strands of her worldview multilateralism the battle against climate change but also
a sort of respectful approach in dealing with other world vs that's what she was playing for right some handed obvious political correspondent thank you very much for your analysis. to us politics and president announced that the us will add a 5 percent tariff to all goods coming into mexico as a way to cut illegal immigration at america south and border trump says a tad if the increase until it is clear that mexico is doing more to prevent immigrants crossing the u.s. border illegally the implications of this move on trade talks is unclear. 2 years after negotiations for a new nafta began everything seem to be working just fine. today we will send the relevant information so that the senate of the republic can ratify the free trade agreement with the united states and canada you can either. then an unexpected shot fired from washington u.s.
president trump tweeting about a 5 percent tariff on all goods coming into our country from mexico trump threatens to credibly increase tariffs until the illegal immigration problem is remedied their reaction in mexico shock it's. exactly and i just read that right out there i just read it as something to sastre us because that threat taken into action would be very grave very serious extremely serious. at the same time it's no secret to anyone that president trump is very active in his use of tweets. but mexico can hardly afford to ignore the threat the u.s. as its most important trading partner trade between the neighbors was worth 670000000000 dollars last year. also crossing the border so-called illegal immigrants as seen in
this video from u.s. customs and border patrol recorded in el paso the migrants most of whom are from honduras guatemala and el salvador are crossing through mexico trump says the government there is not doing enough to stop the flow of people and to be instead passively cooperating. she gets among the stories making news around the world several people have been injured in after a car bomb targeted a u.s. convoy exploded the u.s. military said 4 service members also received minor injuries the 2nd suicide attack in the city in as many days. hundreds of sudanese protesters marched on saddam's military headquarters in khartoum after protest leaders. or to action sudan's transister ministry said the protests in an outside the defense ministry has become a threat to stability and also ordered the closure of offices of television.
heads of government from the arab league have gathered in mecca what they're calling an emergency summit on iran the meeting was opened by king philmont of saudi arabia iran's rival here as the international community to confront iran and stop what he described as a threat in policies interference. during high level talks and russia have accused one another dangerous on 7 islands that live between the 2 countries the dispute over the islands dates back to the 2nd world war later this month leaders of both nations will hold a summit in japan. south korea's foreign. says arrived in capital with uppish following the sinking of a tourist boat with carp korean tourists on board can quantify our visit to the spot where the vessel sank into the danube river after
a larger cruise boat crashed into it on bernstein i police have detained the captain of the largest ship so far 7 south koreans have been confirmed dead 21 people are still missing. the walls of budapest size korean embassy bear witness to a city's sorrow one of the missing so far from home is a 6 year old girl who was traveling with her parents and grandparents the tragedy has shaken locals and tourists alike is that they are used. by their very. high water levels and strong currents are hampering efforts to recover victims experts say it could be days before the boats whole is raised. the size career is sending its own teams to assist they flew out on thursday together with the families of some of the victims. the hunt gary in government has promised and says about what caused the
accident. the government has called for a thorough and in-depth investigation a criminal investigation has been launched. 13 ticket. c.c.t.v. footage captured the moments that the mermaid the small boat seen on the left was struck by the viking sit in a river cruise ship 5 times its length. it took just a few seconds for the man made to capsize and sink. in the search for on says the captain of the largest ship has been detained he is being questioned on suspicion of endangering waterborne traffic resulting in multiple deaths. jenna stefan joins me now from the banks of the danube river in budapest schiff on the south korean minister has visited the site of the accident what more can you tell us about south korea's response and reaction to this accident. well
south korean foreign minister was here briefly to really pay her respects and also to see for herself the site where just really hours and hours hours earlier the boat sank we so many. citizens. and self course the reaction has been one of shock from south korea they still remember 25 years ago when bored and 300 south korean dikes. when the vessel went down there they were hoping that this would never happen again but of course now thousands of miles away here in budapest once again i think that's south korea into mourning but only south koreans i would say ariens are also mourning here that have been just flowers new year and candles as well and of
course in the meantime the rescue efforts still going on just behind me yes it is but it's been more than 24 hours since the accident stefan give us an update on the rescue operation the chances of finding more survivors. well the now saying that they are still looking for survivors officially but i can tell you that it has been dating to find anyone alive and the expectation east at the desk still will be indeed 28 as well as fear to among them also we do know 6 year old girl and of course many many other people and what remains now of course to get to the really out of the water. very difficult i have seen however. people from the hunt gary and army are actually investigating the raid for beth to see when and how they can. remain. very very difficult
at the moment the current. fast. stormy weather it has so much improved now but we have to see the coming hours what they really can do. thank you very much for that. you're watching video of in years still to come thailand's trained activist. tries for their performances. today may 31st is world no tobacco day when the world health organization puts the spotlight on the perils of smoking more than a 1000000000 people still regularly smoke tobacco that's one person in 7 tobacco consumption has been declining in many parts of the world but there are exceptions some regions in africa and in some countries in the middle east the w.h.o.
says tobacco kills more than $7000000.00 people each year graphic warnings on cigarette packets advertising bans and tobacco taxes have discourage people from smoking some though have now turned to cigarettes but as we hear our next report is cigarettes can also of course health problems. strawberry is among the most popular flavors for each cigarette smokers or vapors. there's a huge range to choose from. the cigarettes are claimed to contain fewer harmful substances for users than conventional tobacco varieties the liquids which generally have added nicotine and aroma are only heated and not burned the image is a healthier alternative is likely a major factor in east cigarettes becoming increasingly popular among young people but the reality behind the image is not that simple liquids such as the jewel brand
smoked by many teenagers in the u.s. contain over twice the amount of nicotine permitted in the u. as a result one in 5 high school students are already addicted at the end of last year the u.s. health authorities declared the rapid rise in rates of youths using these products to be nothing short of an epidemic. we have never seen use of any substance and by america's young people rise this rapidly this is an unprecedented challenge we're at risk of a huge share of a whole generation developing an addiction to nicotine and that is not a future anyone wants for our country. but tobacco companies are busy expanding into what they see as a lucrative new business philip morris has since acquired a 35 percent stake in jewel small british american tobacco owns the high end smoked chain of bait stores. while sales in conventional cigarettes are falling in europe in the us to buckle remains hugely popular in emerging and developing nations.
despite the rising demand for liquids the tobacco industry still earns of a 90 percent of its turnover from conventional cigarettes last year then manufacturers made $700000000000.00 worldwide with them the industry even expects that figure to increase. it's a thriving business for the corporations but for consumers it could mean dependency on long term health risks where they smoke the conventional or electronic variety of cigarette. now from fort on the set for the 2nd straight season liverpool have reached the champions league final here going to clubs side fell to real madrid last year is no stranger to losing finals he's been drawn up in his law fix well that drought and on european football's biggest stage in madrid on thursday he said he hopes. club has been embraced by more than just liverpool the entire footballing
world seems to love this guy but there's been a dark cloud hovering over the current liverpool coach's head for years now a streak of 6 trate final defeat has kept his trophy cabinet empty when it comes to the biggest prizes. if you lose a final it's like taking medicine that tastes disgusting. you know when i was a child i learned the good medicine has to taste bad but then it helps so when you look at a final as bad tasting medicine it can actually help and recharge you. recharge must have work liverpool made some changes at the back since suffering defeat to reanimate driven last champions league expectations are high due to having back to back final appearances. about at the world out there expects from all of us that if we're in the finals that we win in my particular case we've tried so many times you expect even more. but that's ok i desperately wanted not for me before my
players and this great club and it would make me happy if we manage that. no other manager in europe has lost finals like clock the 201112 season he managed final success in germany but since then he nor liverpool have won anything will their next final in madrid be a new beginning. you have to wait and see to thailand now and for many it's a tourist haven with. beaches mountains delicious food and the chance to ride on an elephant elephant tourism is sound like fun but animal rights groups say in order to keep an elephant in captivity its credit must be broken did florian visited a traditional elephant camp there chiang mai in northern thailand and discovered the north easy on says in this controversy
a warning you might find some of the images in this report distressing. show time at mesa elephant camp twice a day the elephants entertain visitors with their skills everything looks playful but tricks like this are only possible after long training explains one of the compound interests. if you would like to let your children know english you should talk english to them things that were young same thing with their love if you would like to lead them obey you are lifted on you use it teach them sing there were young. for centuries elephants in southeast asia we used for transport in the timber industry until logging was banned in the region 30 years ago. with thousands of captive elephants out of work their owners turn to tourism. elephant tourism is now a lucrative business but one that's lightly regulated. nina
ortman brass is a biologist she advises camps on how to ensure that entertaining tourists isn't detrimental to elephant wellbeing. and good welfare can easily be done in a writing camp if you provide the elephant with. enough food enough water enough rest and an otherwise reef and discomfort also. to biologists is pleased with the camp's general conditions the elephants seem to be in good shape she says but she admits that she often runs into secrecy just like today when asked about the specific methods of training young elephants the camp veterinarian becomes rather tight lipped. and often cannot call it us their views the us and here the cover of it has. on the internet it's possible to find videos of a torturous ritual decided to break an elephant spirit the method has been used for
centuries it's a brutal training process that can go on for weeks only when the elephant stops resisting is that released from its agony. animal rights groups are calling for a boycott of elephant camps they're convinced interactions like these are only possible once an elephant has been broken many western travel companies have stopped offering this kind of tourism but with growing numbers of chinese visitors business is thriving. brusk thinks an effective boycott would do more harm than good. if there is no revenue coming into the camp the elephant will still be here but it will just have very very poor condition. yes i listen sure acim is so cute harmless fun but once you look a bit closer to picture stuff.
here's a recap of the top stories at their farm. the u.s. secretary of state. for top level talks on a range of contentious issues its. visit in germany a year after taking office. german chancellor angela merkel has given the commencement speech at harvard university she should. actually use them to tackle and challenges around the world and an urge graduates not to take for granted. and police and hungry have detained the captain of a cruise ship that featured a 2 of the boat on the danube 7 people are confirmed dead 21 others are still missing crews are gearing up to raise the boat from the bottom of the river flowing to the heart of the hunger in capital. and don't forget your normal news on the
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