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"Your support for community radio international music here at the station. Thank also all the people who contributed online, David and Dave and Rebecca play during this hour. Most all of our wonderful who called in and Martin now. Thank you. What the BBC? Thanks. Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news. The White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says President Trump will meet his deputy attorney general board resin Stein on Thursday within the last few hours. Mr. Rosenstein, went to the White House to meet with the president's chief of staff amid intense media speculation that he was about to lose his job. Some reports said he was willing to resign others that he would be sacked. Anthony Zaka has the background on Friday. The New York Times reported that rod Rosenstein had spoken with senior Justice department officials about organizing an attempt to remove Donald Trump from office after the president fired FBI director James Comey in may twenty seventeen. He also reportedly suggested he or others wear a recording device during conversations with Mr. Trump. This may have been the last straw for the president who had in the past criticized Mr. Rosenstein for knocker tailing the special counsel investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russia during the twenty sixteen election. President Trump has made his strongest defense yet of his nominees for the supreme court. Brad Kavanagh cooling, the accusations of sexual assault. Totally political those Deborah Ramirez in Christine blazey Ford of made accusations against Mr. Cavanaugh, professor plac- Ford is to testify before a Senate committee. Speaking to reporters, Mr. Trump, defended Mr. Cavanaugh. Unblemished? These are. Statement people represented by. Lawyers. We should look into the lawyers representation. Judge governors standing. Hi, I'm with them. All the way. We'll see how it goes with the Senate. The government of Italy has adopted a security decree that will make it easier to expel migrants and remove Italian citizenship. From those who've been naturalized, but have committed crimes it still leaves open. An option known as humanitarian protection James Reynolds is in Rome under the new system. The government will get the power to deport asylum seekers who've been found guilty in the first instance of serious crimes such as rape or assault. Previously deportation was only possible at the end of a lengthy appeals process the new policy. We'll also make it easier for the state to strip migrants who've been found guilty of terrorism charges of their Italian citizenship. The measures are expected to win easy passage through parliament. Meanwhile, the last non governmental ships still operating in the central Mediterranean as a rescue vessel for shipwrecked migrants is now heading for the French port of Marseille with fifty eight people on board the Aquarius. We will seek the French government's permission to dock the vessels operator SOS Mediteranee says it's the only option the Aquarius has been banned from Italy since June. Well, these from the BBC. President Maurizio mockery of Argentina's says his country is to get more funds from the International Monetary Fund. And that there is no chance of default. In an interview with Bloomberg Mr. macrey wouldn't say how much money the IMF agree to provide saying the negotiations was still going on in June the IMF decided to lend Argentina fifty billion dollars. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned President Putin in a phone call that supplying advanced weapons systems to what he called irresponsible players will make the region more dangerous. Israeli Prime minister's office says mister Netanyahu made his comments after the Russian Defense Minister Sergei social GU said s three hundred missiles would be delivered within two weeks. Jonathan Marcus listened in more interesting in some ways is his comments about jamming satellite. Navigation radars and communication systems used by military aircraft in parts of the eastern Mediterranean now that's an area where is jets often loose their missiles to attack targets in Syria. So that certainly suggests about a more active role by the Russians in trying to constrain Israeli operations the hit. The problem is the signals coming from Russia, a very mixed police in Indonesia have arrested at least six people after a football fan was beaten to death. By rival supporters outside a stadium in the city. Of bundling the Twenty-three-year-old victim Harendra Sela was a supporter of the passage Jakarta team. He died after he was attacked by fans of a rival club Percy abundant when attending a game in that city. The US comedian Bill Cosby is in court in Pennsylvania for sentencing following his conviction earlier this year of drugging and molesting a woman several of kospi's victims are also present, including supermodel, Janice Dickinson who testified at the trial. Mr. Cosby who's Eighty-one could receive a prison sentence of up to thirty years. BBC news. You."