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"Marion Marshall with the BBC news, the African Union has called for an immediate and transparent investigation into the violence in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, where at least thirteen people were shot dead and dozens wounded when security forces opened fire on protesters, the issue, what it called all external actors to refrain from interfering. We'll Ross reports after weeks of tension and negotiations the patients of at least some senior military leaders appears to have snapped as the guns were suddenly turned on the protesters across Sudan. There's still an overwhelming desire for power to be handed over to villains. But with strong support from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, the military generals determined to stay in charge at all costs, one of them known as Mattie, who's been linked to numerous massacres against civilians during Oma el-beshir's rule appears to be in charge. His allies are unlikely to listen to the African Union's plea about eight hundred women and children began leaving detention center in northern. Syria, the towels the families of Islam state group fighters. Those on board the seventeen buses were Syrian women and youngsters who returning to nearby hometowns, the camps administrators at some had been influenced by the jihadi ideology, and there'd be monitored and reintegrated into their communities. The Mexican foreign minister settle abroad as one that the tariffs, President Trump has threatened to impose could make it more difficult to reduce the number of migrants passing through his country to reach the United States. Barbara tasha reports Mr. Berg was speaking at the start of a busy and crucial week in great detail outlined, all the ways that Mexico had been taking action to stem the tide of migrants over the past five months. He claimed that without these efforts and additional quarter million migrants could arrive at the US border this year, but he said Mexico believed the only way to stop. The flow was to improve economic conditions in the Central American countries from which they were coming. He said Mr. Trump's proposed tariffs and his decision to cancel aid to these countries. Could cause economic and financial instability, which would reduce Mexico's capacity to deal with Gration flows? Britain's Royal families hosting President Trump is customary pump the start of three day visit that's likely to be marked by extensive protests. He's only the said, US leader to be accorded a state visit during Queen Elizabeth's long reign. But several politicians snubbing state banquet, Johnny diamond reports, Marine One swooped low over the palace before landing in the gardens. The president had arrived a day of pageantry awaited his greeted. I by the prince of Wales and the ducks of Cornwall, then on the west terrace of the palace by the Queen a more formal, welcome Kane inside, then it was lunch with the Queen sort drive to Westminster Abbey came next at the tomb of the unknown warrior, the president stopped with two U S marines in dress uniform. He laid a wreath at the Blackstone memorial. Well news from the BBC a bomb. Attached to a bus carrying government employees has killed at least four people in the Afghan capital. Kabul officials say ten others were injured as the vehicle was invalid in a ball of flame and thick black smoke. It's the latest in a series of bomb blasts in Kabul. According Uppsala in Sweden has rejected a request that the WikiLeaks co founder, Julian Assange, be detained in censure for alleged rape charge. He denies prosecutors at wanted to silicate eventual extradition from Britain to Sweden, Swedish legal experts say the refusal, it makes it more likely that he'll be extradited to the United States to stand trial for publishing stolen US secrets in twenty ten to orange is currently serving a fifty week prison sentence in Britain, the breaching bail conditions South African court has cleared the way for the murder trial of a white, former policeman accused of killing the anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Tim O in nineteen seventy-one, Joel Rodrigez, who's now eighty at argued for a stay of proc-. Cuban on the grounds of his age poems, villainy reports from Johannesburg, Mr. tumble died in police custody of the falling from the tenth floor of the Johannesburg central police station, then known as John Foster square during the first inquest into a tumbles death, Missouri, Dragos denied that he'd pushed him out the window saying, Mr. Timmel had dived, but for years, the tunnel family believed he had been killed, and in two thousand seventeen successfully had the case reopened in that inquest adjudge found that Mr. Timmel had in fact been murdered according, Switzerland, has ruled the South African athlete, caster Semenya is not obliged to take testosterone reducing medication in order take part in certain events. The Swiss federal supreme court temporarily suspended a ruling by the athletics world governing body, the I AA f restricting testosterone levels in female runners, BBC news. Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me. Steven Saka today is one of the loudest, most high-profile critics of what he calls. The tyrants still excising power in much of the Arab..
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"Marion Marshall with the BBC news. The US aviation regulator has received four phone calls from current and former Boeing employees about the safety of the company's new seven three seven max jetliner, which has been involved in two crashes. One of the whistle blowers is said to have reported problems with senses in the controversial automated system, the Boeing chief executive Dennis Munin bag said the company was making progress towards getting approval for new software. The update will prevent aronie ass- angle of attack such readings from triggering the maneuvering characteristics augmentation system were m Cass something that initial investigation reports indicate occurred in both accidents as one link in a longer chain of events. We know we can break this link in the chain. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk the need of the Islamic state group bucket. I'll buy Dadi as appeared in a propaganda video posted online by the group. It's his first sighting in. Five years. Sebastian ussia reports Abu by daddy is seen sitting talking to other. I s leaders with a Kalashnikov rifle posed by him. He's little Graha than when he announced the self declared caliphate from a mosque in the Iraqi city of Mosul in two thousand fourteen but he looks in good health. The lying recurrent reports that he'd been badly wounded or possibly even killed in the long years since then that have seen IS driven out of all its territory in Iraq and Syria. It's unclear when or where the video was recorded that the IS lead refers to the groups lost stand in eastern Syria in bogus last month. A senior US official has warned Washington's European allies that it will evaluate whether to share information with them if they choose to use what the Americans consider untrustworthy companies like hallway to build and operate their five g mobile networks. The comments by rob Strayer follow reports that Britain may allow hallway into the non-core parts of its work. His gordon. Carreira? The stakes could not be higher ambassador. Rob stray told the BBC describing who should build new five G networks as a monumental decision. Last week a leak from the UK's national Security Council suggested the government would allow the Chinese company Huawei to play a role today. Ambassador stray made clear that could have consequences as the US would have to consider the risks. Such a decision posed to the sharing of information with any of its allies who always consistently denied the accusation that it might work on behalf of the Chinese state new research shows that part of the Ross Ice Shelf and Untung ticker is melting ten times faster than expected because of warming sea temperatures, it's the largest ice shelf in the world. Scientists will win that any reduction in size means that water from the glasses would be able to flow more quickly into the ocean. Prompting further rise in sea levels. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. The number of measles cases recorded this year in the United States has risen above seven hundred the highest in a quarter of a century. Most of those affected are unvaccinated. The new cases were linked to travelers bringing back measles from other countries such as Israel, Ukraine and the Philippines with our current. Outbreaks officials have blamed its resurgence on the spread of misinformation about vaccines. The Spanish socialist party of Petra Sanchez says it isn't ruling out forming a minority government after Sunday's inconclusive elections, but his guy to make decisions in a hurry. Go ahead co is in Madrid, Mr. Sanchez's, socialists, made substantial gangs, making them the leading party in Spanish politics. But in a highly fragmented political landscape, it won't be easy to form. A new government a natural ally of the socialist leftist demos, but the support of other smaller parties will also be necessary, including Catalan or Basque nationalists. Meanwhile, vox party has been celebrating the twenty four seats. It has secured making it the first fall right force to get parliamentary representation since the end of the dictatorship for decades ago. The number of people paying to use the music streaming giants Spotify as reached one hundred million double that of his nearest rival apple music Swedish company called it an important milestone and said it planned to keep on growing more than thirty percent per year. The football boots worn by poor polka as he scored one of the goals, which one France the World Cup final. Last year have been sold at auction for over thirty three thousand dollars. He donated them to charity which helps teenagers from deprived areas. The Manchester United midfielder who grew up in poor estate in Paris suburb school decide goal in France's four two victory over Croatian. BBC World Service knees. Payday is the poorest country in the western hemisphere, poverty, malnutrition,.
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"Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. Israel's attorney general has said he intends to bring corruption charges against the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pending a hearing mister Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. The move comes six weeks before general elections unit now reports from Jerusalem. This is the first time in Israel that a sitting prime minister faces prosecution Mr Netanyahu is set to be charged with fraud and breach of trust for accepting expensive gifts, including cigars pink champagne and jewelry from a film producer allegedly in exchange for help with the US visa and tax breaks. Into other cases is accused of trying to get more favorable press coverage for himself. The attorney general says is considering charges of fraud and breach of trust and both and more seriously bribery in one of them, Mr Netanyahu is currently campaigning in a closely contested general election claims he's the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt North Says it offered the United States to complete decommissioning of a key nuclear facility in return for only partial sanctions relief at the holy summit. Appearing to contradict comments made by President Trump speaking at a press conference in Vietnam, the foreign minister Riyan ho said his country had made realistic proposals, including the closing of the young young nuclear research center. Under the watch of US observers. The Indian military has welcomed the announcement that it's pilot captured by Pakistan would be returned to the country on Friday, but they said India's armed forces remained ready to respond to any provocation by their neighbor. Major General surrenders seeing how address journalists at a news conference in Denny. Then. Committed. Instabilities? Agency..
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"Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. A Russian court sentenced two former intelligence officer and a cybersecurity expert to twenty two and fourteen years in prison for treason and spying for the United States. Steve Rosenberg is in Moscow the trial took place under a cloak of secrecy held behind closed doors at a Moscow military court. Sergei Makarov was a senior figure in the cybercrime department of the FSP. Russia's federal security service. He was sentenced to twenty two years in prison and Roussillon star Yana received a fourteen year prison sentence. He once worked in the Russian interior ministry cybercrime unit. But later moved to the antivirus firm Kaspersky lab, the case was considered classified by the state. But Russian media reports suggest the two men may have been prosecuted for passing sensitive information to US intelligence. Theresa may. He says MP's will be given a chance to delay the Brexit process. In a statement to parliament, the British Prime minister said she was against a delay. But what an now MP's to vote in favor of one. If they reject the deal to leave the EU that she continues to try to renegotiate with Brussels. Here's robots in. It's now looking increasingly unlikely the UK will leave the European Union on time faced with a potential rebellion. From the pro e u wing of her party, Theresa May has been forced to offer MP's the chance to delay Brexit if parliament failed to approve any withdrawal agreement with the EU by the twelfth of March, MRs may continues to hope her will somehow be approved by MP's and warned any delay would not alter the fundamental choices. She sees as facing the country her deal. No deal. All no, Brexit Pakistan's. Army has threatened to respond in an unexpected way to India's dawn air raid on its territory. It said deli should get ready for a surprise. India said its warplanes struck a training camp where suicide attacks were being prepared killing a large number of militants from JC. Muhammad yoga. Molly is in Mumbai. There is a sense of fear. Gripped the areas, particularly in Indian-administered Kashmir. But also in other states along the border worrying about what could happen next. What would Pakistan's response be and the Indian administration, obviously also waiting and watching about we know what's going to happen next. But what they've said very clearly in their statement today that this was a preemptive strike that this was an intelligence led strike. And so not indicating that they plan to go on any further. They plan to sort of conduct any more operations in the near future Pakistan says India's aircraft returned back by Pakistani jets and there were no casualties. The European Union and China have urged both sides to exercise restraint. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. A US appeals court has upheld an eighty five billion dollar merger. The telecoms giant AT and T with the major entertainment company. Time Warner charges upheld a lower court ruling that the deal would not break antitrust laws as the Trump administration had asserted that's been a major setback to efforts to contain an outbreak of A Bola in eastern Congo with the medical charity closing treatment center in the west had region the aid group MSF closed the catwalk center after it was attacked and set on fire by suspected rebels on Sunday. His Anne soy MSF says the bona treatment Santo specially bond, and is now in approachable suspected rebels threw stones at it said parts of the structure on fire and destroyed wards and equipment patients were not harmed. But relative of one of them died while trying to escape. MSF's general director may Nikolai says they must deal with mistrust in the community to save lives in authority is in southwest China have stopped shale gas mining after protesters said fracking had led to two regional earthquakes which killed two people. Four point seven magnitude quake hit room Sheehan county in Sichuan province on Sunday. Followed by a four point nine magnitude tremor on Monday videos, on Chinese social media showed hundreds of people gathered outside the local communist party offices calling on state companies to hold fracking, then is Waylon has deported. A television crew from the US based broadcaster Univision after president Madero order their detention during an interview in the presidential palace. The team led by one of America's most influential Spanish-language journalists. Jose Ramos also had their equipment confiscated. Mr. Ramos, whose Mexican-American said, the president had taken exception to questions about torture and political prisoners the. Interview was stomped when Mr. Maduro was shown a video of Venezuelans eating food from been Laurie. BBC news. Last January young Gaza named Ahmed Abu Artem ah wrote a Facebook post wondering, what would happen of thousands of Palestinians marched nonviolently toward Israel's Gaza prison vents demanding the same rights and freedoms that others enjoy and an end to the cruel Israeli blockade that crippled life in Gaza. By March, the hashtag great.
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"I'm Marco werman. Here's one woman live in Iran under the Islamic Republic and US sanctions, I want to wear whatever you want. And I I want to eat, and they can't I want to read what I want. I can't I want to drink once, and I can't think is illegal and impossible forty years since the Iranian revolution. That story is still ahead on the world. BBC news with Marion Marshall opposition suicides in Cameroon say government soldiers were responsible for the burning down of a hospital in the rest of south west of the country, at least three people were reportedly banned alive. That'd be previous reports of soldiers targeting hospitals in the belief that anglophone separatist fighters were being treated there. Venezuelan authorities say they're investigating the private finances. If the opposition leader Cuando, Mr. Guido has the backing of more than fifty countries, but the socialist government alleges he's leading a plot against it. The governor of California Gavin Newsom said he's withdrawing several hundred national guard troops from the state's border with Mexico in defiance of the Trump administration's request for support from border states accepts if impoverished to the speech that governor Newsome is due to give on Tuesday in which he describes President Trump's border emergency as a manufactured crisis. A US led coalition strike is reported to have killed sixteen civilians in the last remaining pockets of territory held by the Islamic state group in Syria, the victims were trying to escape escape from the Clave, which is under assault by western-backed Kurdish and Arab forces. The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has told Hungary. It was knocked that the Russian President Vladimir Putin drive wedges between friends and NATO allies speaking in Budapest, Mr. Pompeo had a similar warning about China saying it's handshakes came with strings attached, several French meteoric -secutive journalists have been suspended or fired because of their alleged involvement with a Facebook group used to bully female colleagues online reports say the close group called league of LL ridiculed women for years. Ricardi Boyer Shah, one of the best known political journalist in Brazil has been killed in a helicopter.
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"You're listening to the BBC World Service with me Ed Butler today, just as the US and China are beginning talks to defuse a possible trade war Washington's launched indictments against one of Beijing's. Biggest firms wall way all the two events related. And what does it mean for markets? Desperate for trade peace in the world. Business daily coming up in a couple of minutes. BBC news with Marion Marshall, the former motor tycoon Carlos Goan said the charges pressed against him by Japanese prosecutors as a result of a plot by Nissan executives, which he described as treason, he was speaking to Japan's Nikkei newspaper in his first interview since his arrest in November on financial misconduct charges. Mr. goon said that some in Nissen opposed his plan to integrate Renault the French car company, he headed with its Japanese partners Nissan and Mitsubishi. Then Waylon President Nicolas Maduro has had he's open to holding internationally mediated talks on the crisis in his country week after the opposition leader Hongo IDO declared himself interim head of state this Madurai said his foreign minister was actively pursuing avenues for dialogue. But he again asserted that he retained the support of the military. European Union leaders have dismissed talk in Britain of renegotiating the deal on the country's departure from the EU on Tuesday. The Prime Minister Theresa may one parliamentary backing for seeking changes to the arrangements for avoiding a hard border with Ireland once Britain leaves grenade attack on a mosque in the southern Philippines has killed two people wounded four others, the attack in the city of San Beranger happened is religious leaders were resting inside. The mosque a protest March by hundreds of women demanding a ban on the sale of alcohol has reached the southern Indian city of Bangalore. The women from rural parts of Connecticut. State say alcohol abuse has increased violence against women and also draining income away from house homes. You'll start.
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"Economy crashed or business, I'm Marion Marshall insurance and the veterinary business, you know, sorta going down as economies did. Right. And we had bought a home also in July and hadn't sold our previous homes who had double mortgage the economy went down. And we had trouble filling the house. It was a year and a half before we sold that house. My problems. Yes, buddy. I've done the same thing. I bought a home. And it was about a year and a half that I made double payments. I called that education. Didn't you absolutely with capital education on that know, it they it's crazy? So you're in the middle of is you've got one hundred thousand dollars in personal credit card debt, you've got one hundred thousand dollars in business that you've got two houses what caused you all to get focused on tack and turn this around. We had always heard Dave Ramsey on the radio and stuff it was harder and harder to pay the bills, and my wife, and I decided that we just going to have to do something. So I tended. Dave Ramsey training over at a local church close to me. And we went through that. We did our first budget and realize that we were spending two thousand dollars a month more than we were taking him in two thousand dollars over budget. That's a big wakeup call. So you went through financial peace university. You oh got plugged in. And you didn't stop I want everyone to know. Okay. Because I'm talking to someone that's cheap everyday millionaire status. Jeff in the midst of tacking, the credit card debt attack in the mortgage is all this stuff. Tell the VIP's what your net worth is right now net worth right now over two million over two million dollars. I mean that is a massive turnaround, my friend that is a big deal. You've got to be proud of you all well, I'm thankful. What I am looking for nursing his grace and his saver. Yes. Listen, I'm proud of you because a lot of people Jeff in a situation like that would have given up. So I'm very very proud as you all are looking at financial. Has really that course that helped you all turn things around. You are also given back you're doing FPU, and your church, aren't you act through the momentum? Okay. This is that may Ranji group did and we had a hundred and twenty people that we trained, and it was just a fantastic thing. A lot of people's lines with turned around during that time. Yes. And see that's fantastic. Not only did you achieve financial peace. You also shared at your church VIP's. If you're listening momentum is when you get your entire church to go through financial peace university at the same time, you create massive momentum because everyone's moving forward. Well, Jeff, thank you so much and before I let you go. I'm curious what is your retirement dream? What do you want to do when you get ready to just stop working and start enjoying life? Well, we paid off all of our debt or lash Northridge paid him for years and and work with the Bethel series that trained overseas a teach passers. The Old Testament one year and the New Testament the next year, we're going all over the world doing that. I wanted to spend more time with that. I want to spend time with my grandchildren. And so my wife, and I want to travel in and do that and just enjoy lights and invest in other people zip. I'm proud of you, my friend. Thank you for taking the time to call in VIP's that was an everyday millionaire. And if you didn't hear he didn't start off on an easy path. He had to battle a hundred thousand dollars in credit card debt, a hundred thousand one hundred thousand business debt as well as having to mortgages, but he didn't let that keep him down. He and his wife got focused got plugged into financial peace university. Now, if you've never heard of that that's a nine week course where Dave Rachel, and I teach you how to deal with money. You see the three of us. Dave Rachel have all made mistakes with money. Don't get it wrong. We've made mistakes, but we didn't stop and Jeff and his wife didn't either and very proud of them to be able to walk through the process to be focused and to do the job. Every day millionaires. We'll be joined a little bit of the Chris HOGAN show to learn more about it. Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com.
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"Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. The Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised to respond in kind. If the United States pulls out of a Cold War nuclear arms, control treaty and develops new missiles on Tuesday, the United States issued a sixty day automated to Russia it accused it of breaching the thirty year old treaty banning short and medium range ground-launched missiles, his Donnie Abraham the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. He's under serious strain. Speaking on Russian television. Vladimir Putin said he didn't want to withdraw from it. He accused the United States of undermining the treaty deliberately in order to develop new generation weapons while trying to blame. Russia both sides of accused each other of already breaching its terms NATO has publicly backs the US the treaty only binds Russia in the US. It does not include China, which has been free to develop and deploy intermediate range nuclear missiles, a new global climate. Studies has carbon dioxide emissions will reach a record high this year much of it caused by the burning of coal in China. Matt McGraw reports while China's use of coal is the biggest factor driving global carbon emissions America's love affair with the car continues to make an impact people are driving further burning more petrol and diesel this habit is spreading around the world, even in the environmentally conscious. EU oil consumption has surged by four percent, India's growing economy will likely lead to a six point three percent rise in carbon this year. Other significant countries. Includes Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, Iraq and South Korea. Investments in renewable energy continue to grow in two thousand eighteen although not as much as the rise in CO two. The state funeral of the former US president, George H W Bush has been taking place in Washington's National cathedral. He died on Friday aged ninety four world leaders, President Trump at all surviving, former presidents were at the service in an emotional eulogy. Mr Bush's son, George W Bush said with some comfort that his father was now with his mother and sister, Robin who died when she was a child. We're gonna miss you your decency sincerity and console will stay with us forever. So through our tears, let us know the blessings of knowing and loving, you a great and noble, man. The best father asserting her daughter. And in our grief by the smile knowing that data's hugging. Robin. And hauling moms hand again the lease in Europe and South America have carried out a major operation against the Italian. Mafia, arresting eighty four people and seizing large quantities of drugs and cash the raids targeted the Android gator based in the Italian region of Calabria police say the group controls much of Europe's cocaine trade world news from the BBC. South Africa has moved a step closer to giving. The government the power to seize land without paying compensation the upper chamber of parliament is back to report that advocates changing the constitution to allow the expiation of white-owned land. The opposition warns that the government will stoke racial tensions. The UN envoy for Yemen. Says it peace talks will go ahead on says day after representatives from the Yemeni government arrived in Sweden. The key aim of this round is to try to achieve agreement on preventing an all out battle for the Red Sea port of her data. Caroline, holy reports. The two sides in the Yemen conflict haven't met face to face for two years. So just getting both delegations on the ground in Sweden is being seen as a major achievement glimmer of hope for millions of desperate Yemenis. The UN envoy not in Griffith's tried and failed to get talks going in September. This time he personally accompanied the he rebels to Stockholm International pressure on Saudi Arabia over the murder of the journalist Jamal could shop g an images of starving. Yemeni. Children have created a new momentum to try to end the war. And with it. The world's worst humanitarian disaster. Nato's secretary general as advised Kosovo to scrap plans to establish an army Jens Stoltenberg called the move ill-timed and won't have serious repercussions neighboring Serbia, which sees Kossovo as a renegade province is strongly opposed to the plants the Serbian President had Accenture footage suspects a cost of an army could be used to drive out the region's remaining Serbs. President Trump's lawyers Rudy Giuliani has accused Twitter of bias after a small stake in one of his tweets accidentally ended up linking to a site. Which said Donald J Trump is a traitor to our country at anti-trump web designer spotted at Mr. Giuliani left out a space between sentences leading Twitter to automatically create a link to an India based website the design aboard signed and posted the message of mockery BBC news. The W O RT birthday bash is on Sunday, December nine.
Rocket failure forces emergency landing for U.S., Russian astronauts
"Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. Russian officials said that began a criminal investigation into a failed space mission which forced to crew members to perform an emergency landing in Kazakhstan, the Russian cosmonaut Alexei of gene. And his American colleague Nick Haig said to be a good condition after aborting their flight to the international space station that craft suffered a problem with a booster rocket shortly. After taking off speaking before the mission, Nick Hague said he'd been
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"Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. The authorities in China have legalized the use of reeducation camps in the western region of Xinjiang saying they want to transform people who've been influenced by religious extremism. There's been growing concern about the disappearance of Wego Muslims in Xinjiang, a UN human rights committee recently had that China could have locked up a million people. Here's our Asia Pacific editor Michael Bristow. They're called vocational training camps, which makes him sound like people that are going to get woodworking skills or something like that. But there's also a component in them about re education is quite clearly about that. It's about transforming religious extremist thinking the way people act correcting behavior changing their psychology. So this is really the first time because up until now the Chinese authorities have admitted they being doing something in Jan but not giving us real details. This is the first time. We've had real details about what's going on there. China has begun a wider campaign against Islamic practices across Xinjiang it wants to stop the use of halal products. That are not food new regulations. Also, make it clear that Muslim women banned from wearing veils. Turkish media have shown video images. They say may shed light on what happened to the missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi Saudi Arabia denies that. He was murdered. Mr. Khashoggi hasn't been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul more than a week ago in the footage. Fifteen Saudi officials is seen arriving. Mark Lowen reports TV shows their arrival in Istanbul by private jets hours before Mr. Hushovd Jesus appearance. They're seen checking into hotels near the Saudi consulate that booking was for several days. But they left early. Blacked-out vehicles are shown around the consulate moving to the consul general's residence around ninety minutes after Mr. hustle g vanished. Did they contain his body? The two planes flew back to Riyadh that night. One via Dubai. The other Vicaro a coat in Britain has identified the high-spending wife of jailed international banker as the first target of the new anti corruption law. So Mira had GSA whose husband was convicted of defrauding millions from Azerbaijan's largest Bank spend more than twenty million dollars at Harrods over a decade. Dominic. Kashani has more details under the terms of the UK's I ever unexplained wealth odor. Mrs Hajjah must now tell the national crime agency how she and her jailed husband became so rich they both deny wrongdoing. But if they fail to give a clear account the agency will apply to seize their property. This is a test case with investigators planning to seek nine more orders in the months to come. In a statement, MRs Haji, his lawyer said she intended to fully engage with the judicial process, and there had been no finding by a court that she had acted criminally. Well, news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. City officials say they are bringing more resources to juvenile detention center in the Bronx after teenagers were moved there from Rikers island last week correction. Officers say they were injured in several fights that broke out among the teams at the lower security facility. New York Times reporter Nikita Stuart said the city is working to deescalate tensions before they flare up. The city has said that it is in the process of adding more juvenile counselors, creating a different kind of school structure, particularly feel that there's limited movement of the juvenile's from class to class some elected officials have called for closing the facility following the fights the city moved the teens out of Rikers because the state is no longer charging most sixteen and seventeen year olds as adults. A nearly one hundred eighty page audit of nj transit finds that the agency has been siphoning money from long-term projects to pay for day to day maintenance costs that an unsustainable level. The one point three million dollar audit was one of governor Murphy's first executive orders after taking office. And also finds nj transit needs to improve. How it recruits new workers and modernizes procurement process? Murphy says recognizing the problem is the first step to fixing it. This is what will allow us to begin rebuilding. Nj transit and restore faith in its operations. He says for now the state will not raise nj transit fares before June to pay for the upgrades. Former three term New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is officially a democrat. Again, he announced the switch this morning on social media. Bloomberg is previously been a democrat or Republican and independent. He twice flirted with running for president is registration now as a democrat will be significant if he decides to challenge President Trump in twenty twenty one Instagram on Instagram Bloomberg rights, then he made the switch because we need Democrats to. Provide the checks and balance our nation so badly needs. He did not say anything about running for president some patchy fog this morning with mostly cloudy skies for the remainder of the day. Highs near seventy eight degrees. Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming to you live from London. I'm James Kamara.
FDA considering ban on flavored e-cigarettes
"The US food and Drug administration says it's considering an immediate ban on flavored e cigarettes to under eighteens after discovering what it described as an epidemic of use among young people it founded in twenty seventeen over two million school students used e cigarettes many available in flavors such as chocolate and bubblegum. The FDA Commissioner said it remained committed to promoting e cigarettes to help adult smokers
BBC, President Trump and US discussed on BBC World Service
"Australia has banned. The Chinese telecommunications companies while way instead. T from providing equipment for the country's five g mobile network because of. Security concerns the government fears affirms could have gathered intelligence on behalf of the Chinese government said it was extremely disappointed by the
Saudi Arabia says it 'remains committed' to Aramco IPO
"Plans to sell off parts of the Saudi Arabian oil giant Aramco are reported being put off again senior oil industry sources say Aramco has decided instead to prioritize Is buying a strategic stake in state chemical conglomerate before making an initial public offering of five percent of its own stock Saudi energy minister, harder folly denied reports, that the selloff was being abandoned
Brazil's Lula launches presidential bid from jail as thousands march in support
"Has, revoked the security clearance, at the former director John Brennan the White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Mr. Brennan vocal critic of Mr. Trump it uses access to sensitive information to make unfounded allegations. Against the administration mister Brandon, later tweeted that Mr.. Trump was attempting to suppress freedom of speech and punish critics Libyan quarter sentence
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"Hello I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news the White House is announced that the US is reimposing a series of sanctions on Iran following its withdrawal from. The nuclear deal the fast phase of sanctions will go into effect. Overnight and will target Tehran's purchase of US dollars metals trading coal industrial related software and Iran's auto sector Gary O'Donoghue reports from. Washington ever since the US decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal the clock is being ticking on the reestablishment, of sanctions in a statement President Trump said he remained open to reaching a new nuclear deal with Iran. That would address what he called the full range of the country's, maligned activities and the president has offered to meet the country's leaders without preconditions but UK France and Germany have said they deeply regretted America's decision and vowed to protect. Their businesses from, the, consequences of, sanctions Saudi. Arabia is reported suspended. Its educational exchange programs. With Canada in his. Latest Sponsored the country's. Criticism? Of its recent. Arrests of women's rights. Activists earlier Riyadh said it was freezing all new trade and investment transactions with Canada Sebastian usher reports Saudi Arabia's swiftly escalated its. Diplomatic moves against Canada this has become its style onto crown prince Mohammad bin Salman in marked contrast to, its far, more cautious stance, in the past there. Are thousands of Saudi students in Canada Riyadh said it's moving them elsewhere this comes after. The Saudis expelled Canada's ambassador and withdrew their own all. This has been, sparked by Canada's criticism of a wave of the rest of Saudi activists many of them women including last week the sister of the Saudi blogger rife the. Dow we already in prison for blasphemy his family was given Canadian. Citizenship last month the Indonesian disaster management agency says nearly a hundred people are now known to have died in Sunday's powerful earthquake. On Lombok island a spokesman for the agency said more than two hundred thirty People had been seriously injured by the six, point nine magnitude quake which destroyed large buildings roads and bridges The Colombian president. Juan Manuel Santos has dismissed as bizarre allegations that he masterminded Saturday's apparent assassination attempt against the Venezuelan leader nNcholas Maduro the Venezuelan government said six people have been. Arrested for loading explosives, onto drones that went off near the presidential stand during a military parade in Caracas Mr Santos said president Medeiros accusations didn't make sense a year? McClintock mashing Solita yesterday I heard a strange accusation that I am with American, intelligence with the. Venezuelan right hatching approach to assassinate. The president of Wailer for God's sake to Venezuela's president say, on Saturday I was going more important things I was at my granddaughter's christening well news from the BBC the renowned French chef. Is your aerobics Shaw has died in the Swiss, city of Geneva, at the age of, seventy three miserable Robichon one more than thirty? Michelin stars more than any other chef in the world running gourmet restaurants across, Europe North America. And Asia he was famous for. His attention to detail and once threw a plate at protege Gordon Ramsay following a row of his employees's language seen ravioli wanna miss Aruba Shaw's most beloved recipes was for mashed potato or Omaha the Oscar today people still keep, asking Maytham mashed potato clients get to the. Point desert and they say no no we don't want to, desert we want to have the mashed potato yes it's true I don't have many merits but if I do it's that our make good mashed potato puree twelve migrant agricultural workers have been killed in the, south of Italy when. The van they were travelling in collided with a lorry the laborers were said to. All be African for other African migrant labor is lost their lives, in a similar incident in the same province for on Saturday Nearly thirty supporters of Zimbabwe's, opposition movement for democratic, change have again appeared in court in relation to, violent protests following last Monday's historic vote the eight women and nineteen men first, appeared on Saturday when they were denied bail. It's alleged that they were instigators at the clashes that led, to the deaths of six people when troops opened fire on demonstrators in Harare alleging election fraud Ship used by the Norwegian Ponant explorer rule Amundsen has returned to Norway one hundred years after setting sail on. An Arctic expedition the moored, arrived at the Norwegian porter Bergen haven't been towed across. The Atlantic on a barge, between nineteen eighteen and nineteen twenty.
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"BBC news with Marion Marshall Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. Has dismissed what he called, the unverified fake results of the presidential election which. Is being won by, the incumbent, Emmerson Mnangagwa the head of the, UN election observers alma Brok expressed concern, about a police raid of the opposition's computers on. Thursday and questioned the transparency of the election Turkey says it will work closely with the United States to resolve disagreements the Turkish Foreign Minister You made the comments after meeting with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo in Singapore the. US is imposed sanctions onto Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an, American clergyman in Turkey The governor of the Bank, of England Mark Carney says the possibility of. Britain leaving the European Union without an agreement is uncomfortable high at this. Point he told the BBC this would mean disruption to. Trade which in turn, would be to higher prices the Mr. Carney insisted that a no deal scenario was still relatively unlikely Afghan officials say they freed more than sixty people from Taliban-controlled prisons it's the southern, province of Helmand the prisoners were all civilians accused of crimes or involved in land disputes it's the latest in a. Series of army raids on Taliban jails there in recent months Chinese activists was forced off air during a live radio interview with the voice of America when police burst at his home in jeananne on. Wednesday I have my freedom of speech are the last word. Soon went Guam was had saying before the line went dead. One of, his friends told the BBC that police. Had taken him from his home and Australian climber has been rescued from New Zealand's southern Alps. Where he'd been, trapped for several nights in subzero temperatures he's believed to, have dug a snow cave to stay alive. The climate emergency signal was picked up in the United States BBC news.
Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores
"The news. Hello I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed what he termed the unverified fake results of the, presidential election which is given victory to the incumbent. Emmerson Mnangagwa Mr. Trump criticized electoral commission saying the level of opaqueness. Was. Baffling Mr. Mnangagwa has urged him Bob Williams to unite behind. His presidency the head of, the election observers. In Zimbabwe Brock told. The BBC there was a lack. Of transparency, he said the result must be properly confirmed smoke peace to that country and therefore must have curb related to what's. Your position That is. Also results, of all set up at the end of the day I think the important version for for the people in Zimbabwe Turkey says it will work closely with the. United States to resolve disagreements between them the Turkish Foreign Minister. Chavalit sure you said the agreement came after constructive meeting with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo on the, sidelines, of Asian. Regional talks in Singapore the US is imposed sanctions onto Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Bramsen faces terrorism charges can reach member Swannee. Is in Singapore the, to have met against the backdrop of what appears to be an, escalating diplomatic crisis between the United States and Turkey earlier in the week there was. Sanctions placed on to Turkish ministers by the United States and that led to quite a dramatic fall in the price of the Turkish currency what we do know is that the secretary of state has said. That the sanctions have been put in place because they want to show Turkey. That they're serious about the release of the American clergyman transport Unions in Venezuela have angrily rejected government plans to collect information about car ownership to control the distribution of petrol supplies they warned us it. Creates an internal black-market subsidized fuel is resold for prophet Daniel Ghana's, reports in Venezuela one gallon of gasoline cost less than one. Set of a US dollar depending on the exchange rate a person uses but that is about to, change President Nicolas. Madura ordered a vehicle census to be held this week the government wants to know how many cars and what models are being used by Venezuelans authorities will later use those. Numbers to come up, with an energy policy that is likely to increase the price of, fuel Madurai says Venezuela's subsidized gasoline is being illegally smuggled out of the country and. Into Colombia the US department of Justice has told a court at volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating undocumented migrants who've been separated from their children hundreds of parents have been deported while there Children remain in detention centers the US government says the American Civil Liberties. Union which challenged the policy in court should use its resources to help world news from the BBC research scientists for the US defense department say the recently repatriated remains of America's Korean war dead appear to be. From the, renowned, battle of, Chechen which took place in the winter of nineteen fifty the. Fifty five sets of remains include written information about where they were found tens of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed near the strategic Chechen. Reservoir in the northeast of the Korean peninsula Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may is doing southern, France later today to meet the French president Emmanuel. Macron at his summer retreat British ministers attended meetings in Paris earlier this week to try to make progress with officials in European capitals towards realising Britain's plan to withdraw from the European Union next year A new study has suggested humans with. Short stature on the Indonesian island of Flores evolved independently thousands of. Years apart scientists decoded genes at. The islands Monday pygmy population to find out if they might be partly descended from members of an extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits. Fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago Richard Green is, associate professor at the university of California Santa Cruz. They are not related at all it turns out that the folks, who live there now are short genetically for largely the same reason that. Folks elsewhere in the world would be short painted a pretty. Clear picture that this island were short stature because it has driven hominids to be small twice and Australian climate has been. Rescued from a mountain in New Zealand southern Alps where he'd been trapped for several nights in sub zero conditions he's believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive The climate emergency beacon signal had, been picked up picked up in the United States and passed to local. Agencies a rescuer said the Australian was lucky to be alive BBC World Service news Hello and welcome to talking books from hay festival with me governess, every year writers thinkers politicians and others gathered here in Wales to talk about books and ideas from around the world Today I'm joined by. An Arado, ROY, the, author of four novels. Which, dissect the complexities of her native India nationalism casts the place of women and the, burden of history and tradition on a Boston rapidly modernizing nation Amerada ROY welcome to talking books Now I. Just finished your latest novel and? I wanted to give everybody watching. And listening a flavor of your writing and maybe if you'd be kind, of, just to start we'll talk about the book booking detail later this is all the lies. We never. Lived, could, you redo in paragraph In my childhood I. Was known as the boy. Whose mother had. Run off with an Englishman The man was in fact German but in small, town India in those, days all white foreigners were largely thought office British this unconcern for accuracy annoyed my, scholarly father even in circumstances as dire as losing his wife to another man Now when I read that I couldn't. Ben stopped reading that is, a great opening paragraph did you in terms of the Crafter writing. When you sit down, is that something you revised and, revise and revised is that, somehow because it does set all themes of the book a young boy grows up but is. His life isn't totally changed, because his mother ran away this I often read I actually normally rewrite beginnings endlessly and in my first book what I thought was the beginning ended up in the. Middle when I, had finished the book but with this, this paragraph I started the book and that was how it came and, not a word of it changed right through. Many many and is terribly engaging, for all sorts of, reasons first of all. We feel immediate empathy for the child but we also understand that, his father is a, bit of a patent and this is something that you explore thrown And so and it said Books are really against the developing politics of twentieth, and twenty first, century India the family, story. And then, the background yes This.
EU and Japan sign trade deal covering a third of the world's economy
"Hello I'm Marion Marshall with, the BBC news the European Union says a free trade deal just signed with Japan sent a clear message against protectionism the EU council president Donald tusk said the two. Sides would defend a world based on rules freedom and common sense in? An apparent reference to the, imposition, of, tariffs by, the Trump administration mister to describe the deal with Tokyo as a light in the darkness do you want to know. What is the real risk for our business if companies people the risk political thorough aggressive rhetoric unpredictability irresponsibly the real risk. For, our business Not The accord is expected to benefit European food produces and Japanese. Carmakers it has to be ratified by the European parliament and Japan's, assembly the Spanish Prime. Minister Pedro Sanchez has told parliament that his centre-left government will introduce a new law on sexual consent to remove ambiguities in rape cases announcing the government's. Program he said sex without explicit consent would be considered, rape We are going to bring forward this measure and we'll. Do it with a view to specialized training for those working in this field incorporating, the concept of explicit. Consent everything done by those administering Justice clear if they say no it, means no and if. They don't say yes it. Means no to dozens of Syrian civilians of approach positions occupied by the Israeli. Army on the Golan Heights apparently seeking help or sanctuary they were among the. Thousands of people who've been displaced by fighting in southwestern Syria a Middle East. Analyst Alan Johnston reports video footage showed Syrian civilians gathering on a, rocky hillside close to. Frontier fence some stood waving white cloths it seemed a rather desperate attempt to get help or perhaps crossed the border but in Israeli soldier with a. Loudspeaker warned, the small crowd to move away thousands of Civilians who fed. A Syrian army advanced to the country southwest sheltering in the border region Israel weren't allow them to, cross into territory it'll. Keep is but it has sent aid across the frontier Israel has further tightened its blockade of the Gaza Strip suspending fuel supplies and. Reducing the area allowed for fishing. Off the coast the Israeli authorities, have the measures were in, retaliation for the. Hundreds of fires Gazans have caused, in neighboring Israel peon officials in the Oromia and Somali regions have agreed to the deployment of soldiers and police to end a conflict it's. Displaced more than eight hundred thousand people they also said a series of public meetings, will be held along. The border between the two areas to build peace you're listening to the, latest world news from. The BBC this is WNYC. In New York I'm Richard Hake to immigrant children is set to be reunited. With their parents after the government separated the the border last week a federal judge in Connecticut rule the. Separation unconstitutional Davis, Donovan member station w. s. h. u. reports. The children have been staying in a group home in, Connecticut their parents, watch the federal court hearing last week through teleconference link. From a detention center in Texas child psychiatrist diagnosed the children with post traumatic. Stress disorder US Senator Richard Blumenthal. Of Connecticut blame the Trump administration the department of Justice's cruel and inhumane policy of separating children from their parents has. Meant that these two children in Connecticut have. Endured unimaginable trauma and tragedy in their lives a US attorney says the parents are being paroled from federal custody and. Reunited with their children immediately the NYPD is launching internal. Disciplinary proceedings against the officer who. Put Eric garner and a. Fatal chokehold only if the US department of Justice doesn't file charges by September first officials say Daniel, Pantaleo has remained unmodified Duty since Garner's death for years ago on New York one mayor de Blasio approved of the department's announcement and says. The decision, on, the case is long overdue I think it's been a painful for everyone involved obviously particularly, for the garner family to not have resolution Charleena might be. These doing exactly the right thing here a spokesperson for the Justice department says it already told the NYPD it could, begin the probe for the NYPD has disputed that account, today marks the four year anniversary of Garner's death New Jersey's medical marijuana program could soon double in size governor Murphy announced yesterday that New Jersey is accepting applications for six new dispensaries adding. To the six that currently operate in state showers and thunderstorms are. Likely mainly after. Two o'clock this afternoon some of these storms could, produce, some gusty wind and heavy rain this is WNYC.
Glencore gets U.S. subpoena on compliance with money-laundering laws
"Hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news malaysian police have arrested the country's former prime minister najib razak in connection with the disappearance of billions of dollars from government investment fund he was taken away from his home in a convoy of unmarked cars and be officially charged on wednesday our asia pacific editor celia hatton tells us more suspicions have swirled around malaysia state investment fund for years the prime minister at the time nejib razek created the fund amid great fanfare it was supposed to finance projects for public benefit instead around four point five billion dollars have disappeared from the fund we mr razzaq was in power the dan attorney general cleared him of any wrongdoing over the scandal but then a new coalition won a surprise election and the former leader was barred from foreign travel his homes were raided and now he faces charges rescues in thailand considering several options as they decide how best to get to safety a group of boys trapped in a flooded cave network officials say the threat of heavy rain could see water levels in the cave rise this could threaten the air pockets where twelve teenagers and their football coach found refuge jonathan head is at the scene after the seemingly miraculous discovery now the difficult rescue to military medics with diving skills have got through to the stranded boys to treat them none is believed to be in a serious condition they've been given highprotein gels to help them recover from ten days without food but there is no clear way to get them out the divers are preparing to take in supplies to their cave to last up to four months bringing boys with no diving experience through the flooded tunnels would be extremely challenging the iranian president said oil exports across the middle east maybe threatened if america continues to ask its allies to cut all imports of oil from iran president hassan rohani said united states could not completely stop iranian oil from being exported without also triggering a halt in supplies from other gal's produces shares of the android swiss mining conglomerate glencore fallen sharply after the us justice department subpoenaed the company as part of an investigation into corruption and money laundering here's ciera glencore is a major exporter of crude oil from venezuela and nigeria it's also the world's largest producer of cobalt with much of it coming from the democratic republic of congo the company says it's received a subpoena from the us department of justice regarding its business in all three countries it's been ordered to produce documents and other records relating to its compliance with the us foreign corrupt practices act and other anti money laundering legislation the act forbids companies from bribing overseas officials in order to win business glencore says it's reviewing the request you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york at nine oh four good morning i'm kerry nolan a final look at your commute this morning four and five trains are delayed due to mechanical problems at borough hall and new jersey transit is continuing to report delays on the raritan valley and main bergen and port jervis lines brooklyn postal workers are in the hot seat after a local community board member call them out for misusing parking placards the brooklyn paper reports that employers at the park slope post office on ninth street are losing their placards after being accused of misusing them to avoid paying parking meters eric mcclure cochairs community board six is transportation committee he says he's surprised that the post office moved so fast to address the issue placards were clearly for some purpose other than just providing free park employees who drifted to work so the fact that the postal service would be willing to act on that very quickly it was pretty refreshing the brooklyn paper reports the placards are intended only for managers attending meetings a postal service spokesperson says it does not sanction you using or distributing unauthorized parking placards a new york federal judge is set to hear arguments in a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's proposal to add a citizenship question in the twenty twenty census the judge will also determine whether to direct the white house to release documents detailing commerce secretary wilbur ross's efforts to add the question the.
Polls open in Turkey's high-stakes elections
"The abdelhadi egyptianborn writer broadcaster former bbc middle east editor at all to come on weekend after the world news hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news turkish people are voting in star presidential and parliamentary elections seen is the biggest challenge to president reggio type edwin since he came to power fifteen years ago mr edwin wants to scrap the post of prime minister a measure opponents say will erode democracy i'll turkey correspondent mark lowen reports never in its modern history has this crucial country felt so divided and never has richard type heard one faced such a tough election fight turkey's most powerful leader since its founding father ataturk would become more powerful still if he wins scrapping the post of prime minister and weakening parliament but if he fails to reach fifty percent in the presidential vote he'll face a runoff probably with moharram in a fiery center left candidate who has electrified the campaign the bbc's raza akbar in eastern bull says the result could be very close because of the new opposition coalition that has been formed to fight this election when president edwin changed the law to allow coalitions to form his policy went into a coalition with the nationalists but what's also happened is that the main secular party the c h policy with a new leader at its helm harm in jay that really did shift people's notions of what was possible he has rallied unbelievably around a group of people and the momentum behind him has been spectacular it really is astonishing to see somebody who has conducted one hundred rallies in six weeks compared to fall fall fewer by president air duan leaders of seventeen european union member states to meet in brussels today to discuss how to tackle the arrival of illegal migrants from across the mediterranean the german chancellor angela merkel is seeking concessions that would enable her to retain her governing coalition your correspondent kevin connolly reports from brussels an early draft of possible conclusions for today's meeting now withdrawn appear to be designed mainly to address germany's key demand that it should be able to turn back migrants who'd already been accepted in another member state that angered italy which says such secondary movement isn't the real problem it wants to do more to stem the flow of arrivals across the mediterranean few issues leave the issues often proclaimed unity looking so strained some eastern european countries simply won't take care of migrants who arrive on the east mediterranean coast and plans to create processing centers in north africa seemed fraught with practical and ethical problems president trump has defended his tough stance on immigration warning to the us ran the risk of being overrun by millions of immigrants speaking las vegas mr trump said current american immigration laws were laughing stock and his measures with make the country stronger well world news from the bbc the us military says it's moved one hundred wooden coffins to the demilitarized zone on the border between north and south korea to receive the remains of american soldiers who've been missing since the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war the return of the us war dead was agreed between the north korean leader kim jong un and president trump during their summit in singapore earlier this month prince william is embarking on a tour of jordan israel and the occupied palestinian territories in the first official tour of the region to be carried out by a member of the british royal family william the second in line to the throne is traveling on behalf of the british government as it seeks to broaden its relations with the middle east beyond the israeli palestinian conflict the visit will focus on youth and technology women in saudi arabia have begun enjoying their new freedom to drive after the kingdom lifted its controversial ban the last country in the world to do so but critics say the move has been overshadowed by the arrest last month of many female activists who campaign for the right to drive all the gearan reports in this conservative kingdom is a landmark day for saudi women it's been a long time coming now they are free to drive but they are still not free to travel marry divorce or even leave prison without the permission of a male relative the authorities here are keen to get the maximum mileage from the reform and have allowed foreign journalists in to report on us but critics say the changes taking place here still amount to baby steps and the football world cup england will play panama as they seek to continue their winning start to the tournament in group h.
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"The bbc world service right here on wnyc am anaheim and new york six thirty gmt this weekend from the bbc world service still to come how significant to change for saudi arabia and for the wider arab world is allowing women to drive and mobile phone news among pupils in secondary schools we debate the pros and cons as the issue becomes a legal one that's all weekend with me whole henley after this summary of world news bbc news with marion marshall turkish people are voting in snap presidential and parliamentary elections seen as the biggest challenge to president reggio type edwin since he came to power fifteen years ago there the first elections to take place in turkey since the failed coup attempt two years ago which has been followed by the detention of thousands of people leaders of seventeen european union member states at a megyn brussels today to discuss how to tackle the arrival of african and middle eastern migrants from across the mediterranean the german chancellor angela merkel is seeking concessions that would enable her to retain her governing coalition president trump has defended his tough stance on immigration warning the us ran the risk of being overrun by millions of immigrants mr trump also argue that the controversial separation of more than two thousand children from immigrant parents had been started by his predecessors george w bush and barack obama women in saudi arabia have begun enjoying their new freedom to drive after the kingdom lifted its controversial ban the last country in the world to do so syrian activists say russian jets bombed rebelheld areas in the south west of the country so for the first time since a truce was agreed there last year they said they'd been about twenty five strikes in the province of darah at least fourteen people have been killed in three separate incidents in the north mexican city of sued at horace in one attack security officials say gunman opened fire on eight men as they watched the world cup football match between mexico and south korea on television six were killed and two were wounded the plaster used by star wars hero han solo in the return of the janai sold in los angeles for more than half a million dollars making it the top selling item at saturday's hollywood legends auction the prop mainly of wood being kept by james sharp the film's art director bbc news you're with weekend from the bbc world service i'm paul henley coming up later calls from mobile phones to be banned from schools in the uk we'll hear the view of one secondary school teacher in my school we have a rule where he don't have your phone out a tool and this you've been told to do so by the teacher so immediately if i haven't told a student to have an out and i see one out i will ask during on it i want to see the screen if they hide it or if i think there's an appropriate use then we will be confiscating that fine that's coming up with us for the rest of the program until seven thirty gmt our guests loaner thais who is a danish author and journalist used to be in london now lives in copenhagen mag mag the abdelhadi lives here gyp shin born writer broadcaster and former bbc middle east editor maker magneti of a recent documentary on the world service called poking the establish comedy satire in the arab region i think we can play one clip from the program to give people a taste of what it's like it's fake news bulletin story based on recent syrian satire about how the syrian regime started arresting dead bodies in cemeteries because it heard that cemeteries have become centers of opposition who'd breaking news syrian security forces have launched raise on a number of cemeteries and arrested several dead people they'd perished during recent fighting in the area before the authorities managed to detain them sources tell us the government's unhappy about symmetry is being used as safe havens charges against those arrested range from weakening patriotic sentiments to undermining the authority of the.
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"On tv and radio also cokes via social media as we trust them less and less it seems they're becoming ever craftier about how they reach us who's winning this battle of persuasion in a couple of minutes bbc news with marion marshall pyongyang has called the us vice president mike pence ignorant and stupid for comparing denuclearization in north korea with libya the north korean said a plan nuclear summit between the two countries is now at risk the libyan leader moammar gadhafi gave up his weapons in return for economic aid but was overthrown and killed by his opponents shares in asia's biggest car companies including nissan toyota and honda have fallen sharply after washington said it was considering import tariffs on vehicles the trump administration has launched an investigation into whether imported cars represent a threat to national security officials in the indian state of tamil nadu of ordered a major copper smelting plant to be shut down days after police killed thirteen people during protests by local residents thousands of people in the port city of taku de held a rally complaining that the plant pollutes the environment the man named as a new italian prime minister giuseppi kante is holding consultations with all italy's political parties as he puts together a new government drawn from two of the most eurosceptic ones the most contentious candidate is the right wing populist party the league's nominee for economy minister who is called the european single currency a german cage the israeli defense minister says he plans to seek approval for the immediate construction of two and a half thousand new homes in jewish settlements in the occupied west bank jewish settlements in the west bank or a heated issue between israel and the palestinians who want the land for future state of their own a former korean air executive who was once jailed for an outburst of a macadamia nuts has again being accused of breaking the law heather cho allegedly acquired visas for twenty of our own filipino maids by pretending they were being hired as company trainees bbc world service news hello there i'm ed butler and welcome to business daily from the bbc today we're all about advertising in the digital age with one story from india about.
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"As we trust them less and less it seems they're becoming ever craftier about how they reach us who's winning this battle of persuasion in a couple of minutes bbc news is marion marshall pyongyang has called the us vice president mike pence ignorant and stupid but comparing denuclearization in north korea with libya the north korean said a plan nuclear summit between the two countries is now at risk the libyan leader moammar gadhafi gave up his weapons in return for economic aid but was overthrown and killed by his opponents shares in asia's biggest car companies including nissan toyota and honda a fallen sharply after washington said it was considering import tariffs on vehicles the trump administration has launched an investigation into whether imported cars represent a threat to national security officials in the indian state of tamil nadu of ordered a major copper smelting plant to be shut down days after police killed thirteen people during protests by local residents thousands of people in the port city of taku takuji held a rally complaining that the plant pollutes the environment the man named as a new italian prime minister giuseppi kante is holding consultations with all italy's political parties as he puts together a new government drawn from two of the most eurosceptic ones the most contentious candidate is the right wing populist party the league's nominee for economy minister who is called the european single currency a german cage the israeli defense minister says he plans to seek approval for the immediate construction of two and a half thousand new homes in jewish settlements in the occupied west bank jewish settlements in the west bank or a heated issue between israel and the palestinians who want the land for future state of their own a former korean air executive who was once jailed for an out best of a macadamia nuts as again being accused of breaking the law heather cho allegedly acquired visas for twenty of our own filipino.
Deadly attack on election HQ as Libyan chaos continues
"Hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news at least twelve people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in libya the targeted the offices of the electoral commission in the capital tripoli the electoral commission has been registering voters it anticipation of elections that the united nation hopes can be held in libya by the end of the year ronald gerard reports from neighboring tunis this is the deadliest and most elaborate attack of its kind in the libyan capital in at least three years a spokesman from the election commission who also witnessed the attack said at least one of the assailants was a suicide bomber who stormed the building with other militants one blew himself up and others went about setting fire to the building pictures on social and local media showed smoke billowing from the election commission headquarters in tripoli and interior of one part of the building with blown out windows and doors the victims reportedly included employees of the commission and security forces guarding the compound amini as interim prime minister karen carpet yang schooled on the opposition to enter talks on ending the political crisis in the country amid mass antigovernment protests on tuesday his republican party used its parliamentary majority to prevent the protest leader nicole passion yon from becoming prime minister rayon dmitri reports from the capital yerevan their million people are on general strike protesters are back in the streets of yerevan the second and the third largest cities of jewelry and vannatter they're blocking access to government buildings and two major roads in and outside cities schools are shot teachers and the students are out in the streets supporting nicole passion mr bush supporters are defined and want to see him elected because they believe he can lead the country out of economic and political stalemate the european commission is set out details of its test budget for the period after britain leaves the european union it expects to spend more than one and a half trillion dollars over the.
Indian court jails spiritual guru for life in rape case
"The life support for a terminally ill child is one such case makes headlines here in the uk we hear from a mother what to go through that herself more on that coming up this half hour i the news hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news a selfstyled indian holy man who boasts forty million followers around the world has been found guilty of rape influential spiritual guru ram was accused of attacking a sixteen year old girl at its ashram near jaunpur in registan in two thousand thirteen dvr aria reports from delhi anticipating violent protests at the courtroom the word it was delivered by the judge at the jail where saddam has been lodged for almost five years now he was arrested a few weeks after the assault in two thousand thirteen amid high trauma and protests by his supporters the miners family had been staunch devote his of ram and their daughter was staying at a residential school run by him during the trials in the rape cases against us aram nine witnesses including one journalists have been attacked three witnesses died and one is still missing the bbc has learned that the head of football's governing body gianni infantino is facing an allegation that he tried to intervene in the process of choosing a venue for the twenty twenty six world cup wolfram our sports correspondent richard conway there are two contenders for the twenty twenty six world cup a joint bid from the us canada and mexico and a separate bid from morocco what a source close to the governing body alleges mr infantino ask the panel of officials volley within the respective bids defined damaging evidence that could prevent barocco for making it onto the ballot paper in response afi who spokesman told the bbc the panel's assessment is guided by clear and objective criteria and that the president is not involved in this process and he will not take part in the vote of the congress an international conference to raise money for syria is just beginning in the belgian capital brussels representatives of eightyfive countries and organizations will be there the director of the world food program in syria yacoub can said the humanitarian situation in the country was getting worse with two thirds of the.
Amid protests, Armenia's ex-president becomes prime minister
"They hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news the british prime minister has said she's genuinely sorry for the treatment of some people from the caribbean whose residency status in britain has been thrown into doubt theresa may's apology to the leaders of twelve caribbean nations came a day after britain admitted that some people who arrived from the region as children were being denied basic services or threatened with deportation rope watson reports theresa may said she was genuinely sorry for any anxiety to the nearly sixty thousand people affected it's particularly embarrassing for mrs may who tightened the immigration laws that have now left so many wired when she was the minister for home affairs as well as apologizing the government has pledged to help people find any documentation needed and has insisted no one will be deported but for a government seeking to find new friends and allies in a post brexit world it's hard to think of a worse start to the commonwealth heads of government meeting the opposition leader in our menia says a popular nonviolent revolution is underway and the antigovernment protests have now spread to other cities from the capital yerevan the demonstrators want to stop ex president serzh sarkisian attempt to cling onto power by becoming prime minister rayon dmitri was at the rally in the capital they are asking people on lucre people who are looking at them from the windows of the houses to join them and the main slogan which they keep repeating is make a step to reject fares this is a reference to armenia expresident search circassian who ruled armenia for ten years and he stepped down earlier this month the french president emmanuel macron has made a heartfelt appeal for the european union to defend liberals use he told the european parliament that a fascination with ill liberalism was leading to divisions in europe calling it a form of civil war mr macron said the eu had to promote the authority of democracy in the face of authoritarian democracy but who said european sovereignty should complement not replace national sovereignty the global economy is predicted to grow by nearly four percent over the next two years according to new figures released by the international monetary fund it's the strongest forecast in seven years his andrew walker the outlook for the.
Russia demands Britain prove it did not poison Skripal
"Hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news the russian foreign ministry has accused britain of failing to investigate properly the poisoning of a double agent and his daughter and on did that london prove british spies were not responsible will then twentyfive countries are expelling russian diplomats as a response to the nerve agent attack in salisbury paul adams reports from moscow the russian government has for more than three weeks denied all involvement in the alleged poisoning of surrogate scriptural and his daughter yulia those denials have steadily hardened the foreign ministry is now demanding proof not that russia was involved but the britain wasn't an analysis of all the circumstances it says leads us to think of the possible involvement of the british intelligence services if convincing evidence is not presented to russia we will consider that we are dealing with an attempt on the lives of our citizens as a result of a massive political provocation the social media giant facebook says it's introducing new measures to protect its uses data the changes include making data management easier facebook has come in for criticism after it was revealed the data.
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"The problems the plastics today we're hearing about some of the solutions what industries doing to try and prevent quite slur much of the stuff ending up in our waterways and oceans we'll hear from companies in the philippines and here in britain but a finding economic opportunities in all that waste business daily with me vivian nudist after the latest world news bbc news marion marshall reports from syria speaker continued shelling of eastern gutter by progovernment forces on thursday so billions began to flee from the rebelheld en clave and more have left today retaking eastern gupta would be a major victory for the government russia has confirmed it will throw out british diplomats in response to london expelling russian ones britain says as evidence to link moscow to the attempted poisoning of a former russian double agent russia has angrily denied involvement moscow's also said it'll take countermeasures after the us impose new sanctions on russia's spy agencies united states has accused them of trying to influence the twenty sixteen us presidential election the white house and the trump organization a promise to work with the special counsel investigating reports of russian interference in the us elections after he issued a subpoena demanding information about the company's dealings reports say the focus is on its links with moscow the authorities in florida have promised a thorough investigation into the collapse of a newly built pedestrian bridge in miami four people were killed as the nine hundred tonnes structure crushed cars waiting at traffic lights african countries want the european union to ban the trade in antique ivory saying that would cut demand by making ivory and unacceptable ornament the countries have described elephant poaching as a crisis thousands of killed for their tusks each year china has imposed heavy penalties on seventeen men who refuse to finish their compulsory military service be banned from universities and government jobs and have travel restrictions imposed on them the law and compulsory military service is rarely enforced in china the fiftieth anniversary of the massacre has been marked in vietnam survivors were joined by a group of us veterans to commemorate the five hundred and four villages killed by us troops bbc news hello and welcome to business daily with me vivian rudeness on today's program the perennial problem of.
Bones found in 1940 likely belong to Amelia Earhart, researcher claims
"Man a former un aid workers survive a sexual assault then she decided that the way the un response to cases like hers needs to change said that it's not this cowboy mentality of oh yeah you should be able to return to work and if you want to be doing humanitarian work understand that this might happen and it can't take it go home that still ahead you're on the world bbc news with marion marshall president trump has formally set in motion controversial plans the steep new tariffs on imported steel and aluminium into the us he signed two symbolic declarations at a ceremony in the white house defying widespread fears of a trade war mr trump said you as industries have been ravaged by aggressive foreign trade practices for years initially canada and mexico would be exempt president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort has pleaded not guilty to new criminal charges stemming from the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 election he's accused of bank tax fraud in relation to lobbying work he carried out for the russiabacked former ukrainian president viktor yanukovych all civilians in three towns in the rebelheld syrian and type of eastern coup to sir are reported to have fled from their homes as fierce fighting continues a un official said he believed about fifty thousand people have been driven further into rebelcontrolled territory as government forces advanced the authorities in eritrea or accused of imprisoning dozens of people who were arrested at the funeral of an elderly political prisoner ninety three year old man died in custody after being detained last year for opposing government regulations at a school where he was a board member the presidential candidate for the farc movement in colombia rodrigue alone donio is dropping out of the may election because of illhealth he had a heart operation on wednesday and new scientific study has concluded that bones discovered on a pacific island in nineteen forty unlikely to be those of the famed it amelia earhart she disappeared without trace in 1937 along with a plane and navigator many theories of sought to explain have disappearance but a new study claims that these bones prove she died as an island cost away scientists had originally concluded the bones belonged to a man bbc news what.
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"Bbc news with marion marshall north korea has testfired ballistic missile the first in more than two months the us defense department said its initial assessment pointed to it being an intercontinental ballistic missile it said it came down in the sea of japan president trump has reacted to the launched by telling reporters it is a situation we can handle he secretary of state rex tillerson said diplomatic options to find a piece of draft denuclearisation remain viable the senate democratic leader in the united states as democrats and republicans need to come to an agreement on legislation to fund the running of the government in order to avoid a shutdown senator chuck schumer was speaking after he and representative nancy pelosi pulled out of meeting with president trump discussed the issue the jury in the united states has acquitted a league match murder but convicted him on lesser terrorism charges in connection with an attack on the us consulate in benghazi in 2012 awkward i will cut hollow was charged with eighteen counts including murder spying to provide material to support terrorists he was acquitted of all but four of them one of the most prominent saudis being held in an anticorruption drive is reported to have been freed after more than three weeks prince metab the former head of the powerful national god was arrested at any of this month along with about two hundred other princes top officials and leading businessmen according el salvador's found the former president maurice your furnace and his son diego food as guilty of corruption they were ordered to return more than four hundred thousand dollars to the government tunis described the ruling as unfair and arbitrary one of the most celebrated stars of the golden age of egyptian cinema shattia has died at the age of eighty six the actress and singer appeared in more than one hundred films from the 1960s onwards bbc news i'm margo were men and you're with a world where coproduction of the bbc world service pri and w b h here in boston it would seem like the picture of political stability a sitting president wins reelection at the.
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"A lot more after the needs hello i marion marshall with the bbc news president trump's soninlaw and adviser jared kushner has denied colluding with the russian government over the trump election campaign in written testimony ahead of questioning shortly by us senators he rejected claims that he had improper contact with russians and denied relying on russian funds to finance his business activities nor baker is in washington if not just caricature hogan evidence this week donald trump chair is also federic give evidence on wednesday again it will be in private but when it comes to this investigation it isn't a theory the president is overshadowing is agenda he has tweeted it again saying that this is a hoax and this is a witchhunt russia also denies any collusion that congress has promised to go wherever this investigation he lied and white now that is into the inner circle of the white house china's anticorruption authorities announced that the former communist party secretary of a major metropolis trump ching is under investigation the serious violations of discipline until recently syndrome side was considered to be a rising political star ceo hutton reports one of the world's most important elections it's happening right now behind closed doors in a few months china is expected to unveil its next generation shen of leaders at a once in a decade communist party meeting until last week soon drummed tie was expected to be one of those leaders he was poised for a spot on the sevenperson committee that rules the country but then he was abruptly removed from his job and now he's under investigation by the anticorruption shen authorities the president of poland andrzej duda is vetoing controversial laws that would have given the government extensive power over the country's judiciary the changes sparks largescale protests across poland kevin connolly reports the european commission had already warned that it is prepared to take punitive action which muttering through the the suspension of poland's vote he writes the european council of eleven found police president andrzej duda defused the growing crisis by vetoing two of three piece of legislation on judicial reform mr duda is an ally of the governing loan justice party so he's intervention is a surprise the deputy prime minister matteo mazowiecki who said the government is disappointed that each him to reformulate the.