tv DW News Deutsche Welle July 25, 2019 3:00am-3:02am CEST
but 3000 talk to a team of british researchers who take a more optimistic view. the land. in the world really getting better. the global $3000.00 special report. starts aug 19th on. course johnson has officially taken up his new job as british prime minister in his 1st speech johnson pledged to reach a bold new brecht's a deal with the european union by october 31st he also appointed a new team of cabinet ministers. in washington former special counsel robert muller who testified more than 6 hours before the house judiciary committee and the house intelligence committee he said his 2 year investigation
into russian election meddling did not totally exonerate president donald trump but moller declined to accuse trump of a crime. iranian president hassan rouhani has suggested his country might release the u.k. flagship if britain takes similar steps to release an iranian oil tanker seized by the british navy officer baltar earlier this month iran's revolutionary guard sees the stain in peril in the strait of hormuz on friday claiming it violated international maritime law. mexico's public the type of volcano on least a powerful explosion on wednesday spewing a massive column of gas and ash some 1200 meters above its crater authorities say there have been hundreds of a missions in the past day. but though as one of mexico's most active volcanoes and the country's 2nd highest mountain.
the world's biggest plane maker sees its biggest quarterly loss following said it might even have to stop producing its ill fated 737 maps for a while if the plane remains grounded much longer. also coming up britain has a new prime minister and he supports price it at any cost would trade between britain and the e.u. already is dwindling businesses on both sides of the channel urged boris johnson to avoid a new deal break that. and how the world's gold fever is poisoning africa we look at the human toll in gone. this is v.w. business i'm joined now on in berlin welcome boeing has posted the biggest quarterly loss.
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