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"Status. Scientists that was his school environment continuing to night on an increase Aldo's MacOS want to roll over. All right. That was man is cranny. Speaking with the Nigerian oil minister, let's get Nick Sandra Kilhof. He's the nicest. Good morning, Carolina. Australia's cool day snap. Election off the champs last Sebastian coots dumped his populist coalition partner this as a leaked video showed the right-wing vice-chancellor, offering government contracts and exchange for campaign funds, but with campaigning already underway, hunts fish stock has raised questions about the timing of video shortly before EU elections. President Trump has won't Iran not to threaten the US tweeting that if it wants to pick a fight, it will spell, the official end of Iran tensions are mounting between Washington and Tehran as a US navy conducted battlegroup exercises in the Arabian Sea. A senior military commander in Tehran says Iran is not looking for war, but isn't a frayed of confrontation. Meanwhile, exit polls in India suggests prime minister Narendra Modi's heading for victory. And his BJP party may even win an outright majority survey say his alliance may take as many as three hundred fifty seats while I read the two hundred seventy two seat majority level side, exit polls in India have a reputation for being wildly inaccurate global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra, coming up on daybreak. Gibbs, Sylvia on July ham is fun. Senior economists will be joining us here in the London."