United States, President Trump, China discussed on Morning Edition


The weekend in Iowa. She's one of many many Democrats looking ahead to twenty twenty. I'm well king. Then I'm Steve Inskeep. Howard Democrats viewing the year of campaigning before primary season. Global political consulting group examined the world situation and found it the most dangerous it has been in decades. What are the risks for twenty nineteen and it took more than eighteen years? But on New Year's day. The US military killed a man linked to the tackle the US navy ship in two thousand it's Monday. January seven nNcholas cage is fifty five years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump is sending congress a new border proposal that features a southern US border wall is overall package is more expensive. That's because Trump is now included eight hundred million dollars for medical support. And transportation this would be used for migrants who crossed the border and are very sick. Meanwhile, a group of lawmakers is visiting the US Mexican border today. They'll go to the facility were an eight-year-old Guatemalan boy was held before he died Christmas Eve, Monaco, Ortiz rebate reports the boy is one of two migrant children who died last month in federal custody. The congressional delegation will tour border patrol station outside Alamogordo, New Mexico. This is where eight-year-old Philippa Gomez Alonso spent the last day of his life. A medical examiner's report showed he tested positive for influenza US customs and border protection said the boy and his father were held for six days in processing facilities ill equipped to house fan. As Monaco Ortiz rebate. Reporting trade talks between the US and China have resumed today in Beijing NPR's. Yuki Noguchi says the tense relationship between the countries has affected cybersecurity issues and rocked markets, the US and China's trade battle has escalated over the last year, but the two are trying to resolve their differences and prevent further increases in tariffs. The disputes between the world's largest economies already led to tear Pike's on a wide range of industrial manufacturing an agricultural products. Those have had far reaching impact on companies and markets adding to that there are concerns over state-sponsored cybersecurity attacks and a slowdown in Chinese economic growth, which itself has roiled markets last week, apple slow China. Sales prompted a huge investor sell-off the US delegation will include officials from the White House. US trade Representative and departments of agriculture and commerce. You can Gucci NPR news Washington. Authorities in Thailand say they have called off. Off the deportation of a young Saudi Arabian woman stopped at the airport in Bangkok. She says she is fleeing her abusive family. Michael Sullivan reports from Bangkok the woman was headed for Australia to seek asylum. Eighteen year old RAF Mohammed Al Coon was detained late Saturday. After arriving on a flight from Kuwait her passport was taken. And she was told you would be put back on a plane on Monday Saudi women aren't allowed to travel without permission from a male relative and her family wanted her back. She said she wasn't going and barricaded herself in her hotel room at the airport, sending on a series of desperate posts on social media pleading for help and asylum claiming she might be killed if she were forced to return human rights groups and several western embassies took notice and urged Thailand not to send her back late this afternoon. The head of Thailand's immigration police told reporters she will not be returned against her will for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in.

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