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scott turner. starts july 10th on. this is news live from berlin talk instead of set the g. 20 summit chinese president xi jinping and his u.s. counterpart donald trump agree on a truce in their country's trade war we'll have the latest from the summit in osaka japan. italian authorities arrested skipper of a ship carrying migrants rescued in the mediterranean sea captain who had defied an
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order to stay away from italian port. and the united states are on track to defend their world cup after making with keno double eliminated his host france and the 4 to find. a michael it's good to have you with us. at a g. 20 summit marked by trade deals u.s. president donald trump has hailed an agreement to restart trade talks between his country and china the 2 countries nearly a year long trade dispute has disrupted the global economy a round up of the summit by max hoffman. this was the handshake the world had been waiting for so much hinged on the bilateral meeting of the 2
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presidents that you could almost hear a sigh of relief going through world markets when donald trump said it with this we had a great meeting and we will be continuing to negotiate and i promise that for at least the time being we're not going to be lifting tariffs on china and addition of the focus here of course being on the wording disordered least the time being $50000000000.00. at last year's g 20 summit donald trump said something very similar but that didn't keep us chinese relations from deteriorating afterwards the e.u. had much more solid results to share with the world after 20 years of negotiating finally an agreement with the south american trade bloc. the steve.
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the real message in support of open. sustainable peace 3 because 2 it creates with troops. for all concerned it shows that in the struggle of motes agreements can be reached mutually beneficial compromises can be felt. but it's getting harder the negotiations to reach agreement on the final communique were tougher than ever before and lasted through to night strikes the sides trade there was another contentious topic. climate change the united states wanted to kick the topic out of the communique altogether but in the end there was just too much opposition. in the end 19 countries supported the paris agreement that's supposed to limit global warming to under 2 degrees and one country didn't in these times this qualifies as success. this is still only
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not next mission until after negotiating day and night it's not possible to have a 19 plus one statement seen in which the 1960 trees of the paris agreement commit themselves to the same things we did in point osiris we see this process is irreversible is afoot says. so overall the worst outcome was averted but this can't hide the fact that each year the g 20 is under increasing pressure. and next hoffman who filed that report joining us live from masaka max a g 20 where each party follows its own agenda but agrees on a final communique can we call it success. well that has always been the way things are each country naturally follows its own interests but the difference between today and in the past is that in the past all countries really came
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together and you didn't have a solution where 19 countries came together but one country opposed let's say for example part on climate in this case of course the united states of america and to tell you the truth there was even fear that more than one country would say no to that part in the final communique one candidate there was the new brazilian president share your book and so now he was also called the trump of the tropics and he made a point of being you know a big friend of trump's before that so many expected him also to desist this did not happen so what we're left with basically are those who want to protect the climate and the u.s. then there are those who prefer a bi level rule approach to trade in this case also the united states but they're not alone in that and those that like the multilateral framework of the past better and that's the case of the european union. now the e.u. chose dish date to announce a draft agreement of the biggest trade pact in its history with the new curser
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group of latin american countries is the timing of this meant to send a message. yes and the message is it builds on what i just said the message is look we're in the multilateral camp and it works we have results it took us 20 years ok they started negotiating in 1999 and that's because the head of the e.u. commission said they got close to concluding several times but never quite worked out but now it worked and of course you know they they made sure that this happened on this day where you had the other camp trying to make a point china and the u.s. but they don't really have any results the only thing that they're talks resulted in at the moment at least was that there won't be additional tariffs on chinese goods and then on the other side you have this full blown trade agreement between the americans who are states and the european union so the message very clear here from the european union we prefer this approach we are the champions of free trade
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and are open for business another topic of course was german chancellor angela merkel's health there's been some concern after 2 recent episodes of shaking in public she addressed that at a press conference let's have a listen 1st these kinds of. i can tell you that firstly i understand your question but i have nothing special to tell you except that i am well and convinced that just as this reaction came up by it will also go away again. what do we make of that statement max. well you know i can't really say anything about that because i'm not her doctor but i can tell you that of course we observed her these past 2 days we saw her twice in press conferences and there was no indication of shaking or anything she seemed quite to herself the usual self was here a lot in our usual workplace which is which is brussels so calm collected and apparently
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absolutely able to fulfill the you know the duties of a german chancellor. max hoffman thank you very much. well after leaving osaka and the g 20 summit donald trump has arrived in south korea he said he may meet with north korean leader kim jong un when he goes to the de-militarized zone between the 2 states tomorrow landed at osan air force base just south of seoul in a tweet he offered to shake hands with the north korean dictator at the d.m.z. he said john young has been receptive to the idea but that nothing had yet been confirmed and trump says he also raised the killing of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi with saudi arabia's crown prince at the g. 20 summit but trump said quote no one blames crown prince mohammed bin solomon foot for the show he step. the crown prince on the sidelines of the event days after
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a u.n. expert again criticize the saudi government response to the show these murders inside the saudi consulate in istanbul last october the u.n. report recommends that bin solomon and other close allies should be investigated over the case what you've done for women. now are some of the other stories making news around the world manfred vapor and german chancellor angela merkel is out of the running to become e.u. commission president that's according to the german newspaper un some tog the paper says e.u. leaders at the g 20 summit in osaka took the decision to rule out germany and france had previously clashed on the issue with paris unwilling to back the german lawmaker. in india at least 15 people are dead after a wall collapse onto workers' huts in the country's west a rescue operation is underway it's feared that others are still trapped underneath
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the debris the collapse happened after monsoon rains hit the city of panay. a salvadoran woman whose husband and nearly 2 year old daughter drowned trying to cross the rio grande to the united states has returned home tania was met by government officials at san salvador is international airport they say she has asked the media to respect her privacy in leave her alone. the captain of a humanitarian ship banned from docking in italy is being questioned by police after entering the port of lampedusa without permission early saturday the thought has finally allowed dozens of migrants to disembark from sea watch 3 after being stranded in the mediterranean for more than 2 weeks the italian government has closed its waters to all migrant rescue vessels accusing them of aiding traffickers authorities say the german captain. was arrested for refusing to obey a military vessel this follows
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a long standoff with the italian coast guard. an angry crowd greeted the commander of sea watch 3 as she was let off the humanitarian vessel bud police. to cries of go get out but also a round of applause rolled a rocket so it was taken into custody after the ship illegally docked at a port on the italian island of lampedusa it followed a 3 day standoff with the tally and authorities who refused to allow the 40 remaining migrants on board to disembark the government had previously warned the situation was unacceptable. crew and commander that must be stopped and arrested and expelled. expect the european union to tell me where and when these 40 people will go and for me the question ends in 2 minutes. if you're the interior minister material vini also said that
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a deal could be struck with germany france finland luxembourg and portugal over providing havens for the migrants they had been stranded at sea for more than 2 weeks. see watch 3 and a ship run by the spanish proactive open arms and geo are the only privately run vessels patrolling the mediterranean after the italian and maltese governments introduced stricter anti immigration policies last year. but for those migrants still making hazardous journeys across the mediterranean the ships could mean the difference between life and death. to the women's world cup now and the united states have set up a semifinal with england after beating host france $21.00 in paris it was a u.s. player who dominated the build up and then dominated the play. her refusal to sing the anthem has irritated u.s. president turn of trump but the woman who calls herself
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a walking protest wasted no time letting her football do the talking. make and rip the no one leash in this free kick with just 5 minutes gone. it's way past everyone and us have scored early in every game they've played at this tournament. into the 2nd half of the us still having the best of the attacking play french keeper sarah hardie kept busy but there was nothing she could do to stop rep you know from ensuring she dominate the post match headlines to be this effort so appealing her and her sides tally. the hosts finally found a way to break through thanks to defend the when they ran out. but it was too little too late. the us into the last 4. through to the semifinals of the copa. america after to no wind over venezuela in
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a much. 10th. home the 2nd goal. people around the world are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the modern gay rights movement this weekend already on friday crowds gathered at the place where the movement began. in 1989 protests broke out after police raided one of the few community. in the city it was the start of a decades of active activism being remembered this weekend with. visitors to a brazilian wildlife reserve will soon be able to get a glimpse of these newcomers in real life but they've already made their media
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debut their brother although you wouldn't think so while the male. his father his. black takes after her mother the cubs are the 1st 2 babies to be born in a captive breeding program in brazil we think. that's all the new.


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