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it's awesome. for germany starting december tenth. this is d.w. news live from berlin tough talk from the u.s. president donald trump after he touches down in japan on the first leg of a major tour of asia pacific countries no one no dictator no regime and no nation. if you're under us every. american resolve.
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to speak to our correspondent in tokyo about how trump plans to bolster support from allies to face up to north korea's nuclear ambitions also coming up trump is due to meet with the japanese families of people abducted by north korean agents decades ago we have a report on one woman's story of her kidnapped sister. and in the bundesliga match day eleven brought the blue for me here and for a german classic on dortmund versus by her new nick. thanks for joining us i'm mary and i haven't seen heightened tensions with north korea are overshadowing a visit by u.s. president donald trump to five asian countries that has become in japan trump.
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travel to the japanese capital tokyo on the first leg of a trip that's hardly aimed at reassuring allies over a piano yang's controversial nuclear program the u.s. president is due to spend twelve days in the region and also hold talks on trade just after arriving trump addressed u.s. troops stationed in japan let's listen to a little of what he had to say. we will never yield never waver and never falter in defense of our people our freedom and our great american flag. we will seek new opportunities for cooperation and carmen's and we will partner with friends and allies to pursue a free and open indo reach we will seek free fair and research trade. well for more we're joined now by our correspondent bustin heartache who's in tokyo first in japan is one of the united
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states' closest allies what do you think both sides are hoping to get out of trump's visit. well i think prime minister. of japan is looking for reassurance from the united states that they stand firmly behind their commitment to japan especially of course when it comes to the issue of north korea. prime minister abbott himself has been very hawkish and he's been very tough when it comes to this issue so i think he feels very close to trump on this and i think during this visit he will be trying to deepen their relationship also the personal relationship between these two leaders and you can see that they went for a round of golf in this afternoon and tonight they're going to a steak house that the prime minister personally selected for this occasion because he knows that trump likes to eat steak so he really wants him to feel comfortable
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here and to feel welcome and trump on the other hand has already reiterated that he that he will be tough when it comes to north korea and that japan is a major ally in this region and so i think they're very very close here when it comes to this issue mariano all right on being quite hawkish on north korea trump of course known for his very fiery rhetoric but how do ordinary japanese feel about that. well i think if the recent elections here in japan are any guide has a lot of support for his tough stance on north korea now having said that there are of course also those here who are increasingly worried that this crisis might escalate if you think about the missile tests conducted by north korea two of those missiles flew right over japanese territory and that has people here on edge of course because they're afraid that something might happen and they're also afraid
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that this kind of strongman rhetoric that's coming out of the white house could set fire to this tinderbox that this region has become mariano. all right well apart from visit you've also been looking into a very painful aspect of japanese north korean history tell us more about it. there are dozens of japanese citizens who've been abducted by north korea since the nine hundred seventy s. and that's something that the japanese government has been trying to draw attention to so trump some of the families of these disappeared and a few days ago i met a lady whose sister was abducted by north korea in one nine hundred seventy three have a look at this report every day in his tiny tokyo studio to put together a very special radio program aimed at a select audience some one hundred japanese citizens believed to have been
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kidnapped by north korea since the one nine hundred seventy s. presumably to train spies no one knows how many can hear him but he's convinced that for those who can the she has a project offers a lifeline of hope to. people who have managed to come back told us they weren't allowed to speak japanese or sing japanese songs in north korea but some were able to listen to our program and there they heard our language and music that gave them strength to carry on and hope that someday they would come home. but i was listening to these broadcasts in north korea is strictly prohibited but tomorrow knows some take the risk and tune in anyway in secret and at night. that's why he invites relatives of the disappeared on to the show to send personal messages to their loved ones. one of these is to margie takeshita her little sister nori called vanished forty four years ago she was just eighteen at the time.
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my mother wanted to meet her at about noon that day to go shopping. but then someone called and said noriko wasn't going to make it. my mother thought she was probably busy with work so she didn't worry. they haven't seen noriko since the family did all they could to find her but it was years before they heard anything then a crucial tip from a north korean disorder. was alive in north korea. i know i not going to weeks before she was kidnapped i gave birth to my second child a son we don't even have a photo of the two of them together he was born just when not he could disappeared so every time his birthday comes around it reminds me how long she's been gone for one year than five and now it's been forty four years. like nordic or most of those who were abducted are still missing little is known about their fate but i imagine
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hasn't given up hope she's convinced that one day she a norty call will be reunited so she comes here every month to let her sister know she hasn't forgotten. do you know erica this is your sister tamagotchi how are you do you have enough to eat i hope you're not sick. it's impossible to know whether nordic or has ever heard her but imagine takeshita will continue to broadcast her dedication she says she can feel that somewhere out there her sister is listening so she. very tragic story indeed mariana and the fate of these families apparently also move president trump which is meeting so which is why he's meeting some of these families on monday very honest indeed very powerful story bustin heartache of
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reporting for us from tokyo thank you. let's turn now to some of the other stories making news around the world and saudi arabia has a wrist of dozens of princes and government ministers in a major high level purge for the first arrest saying by king solomon under a new anti corruption body he's put his son in charge of yemen who is seen as cementing crown prince mohamed power and the kingdom former u.s. president george h.w. bush has told a historian that he voted for hillary clinton in the last presidential election bush described u.s. president donald trump as a quote blowhard who lacked commitment to public service bush's son george w. bush said he left his ballot paper blank in the vote. more than two thousand migrants have been rescued from the mediterranean sea in recent days that's according to the united nations migration agency the agency also said that thirty
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four people had drowned in the past four days alone trying to make the crossing to europe. thousands of protesters have converged on the german city of bonn calling for more action to halt global warming this comes as the city prepares to kick off the united nations climate change conference taking place on monday representatives from the one hundred ninety five countries gathering there are expected to chart the way ahead for the paris accord. and saturday's big boon this league a clash dorp and locked horns with byron munich the home team were in second place and trailed by and by just three points but they've been in poor form recently managing to take just one point from their last three games well on the other hand byron had a perfect record since you took over as coach last month. dortmund's goal machine emerick obama young hadn't scored in three hundred eighty six minutes and all of
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dortmund was hoping he would pounce but it was byron who got off to the better start in the seventeenth minute home as fedayeen robin who opened the scoring. dortmund's defense to a passive here and remember key powerless angle still maintain their composure you know the inveigle won the ball and it was off to the races gonzalo castro found andre ya malenko but the ukrainian couldn't beat spent over i. mean kept pressing for an equaliser but wasting chances has been their problem for weeks now unlike. yahshua chemist teed up robert levin duff ski who made it to neil is eleventh goal of the campaign the back line allowing too much space and vagal with the unlucky deflection. in the second half more of the same dortmund's attack dangerous but the ball just wouldn't go in. young malenko coming up short again.
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in the sixty seventh minute by him but the final nail in the coffin david all about eleven dusky three nil. but the replay showed the ball never made contact instead it was all of us first goal of the season. marked by a truck pulled one back for dortmund in the waning minutes but it was too little too late three one the final score and by an extend their perfect record under your pint just before league games dortmund meanwhile haven't won in four outings. also on saturday three players are being light saying welcome to hanover who had risen to fourth place in the table under coach andre i think that line six star striker vanna has scored in every home game this season except one this would be no easy task for hanover. similar event i was backing off the lights and starting lineup as last season surprised us up came up against this term surprised packages . kind of a fans of drinking to the promoted sides early success but it was the folks who had
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the better of the first half muscles submits a kept his eye on the ball to shoot but third it was offside with the last touch. a replay shows he was clearly beyond the last defender and also how angry simon. and talked throughout fast and total were. then it was the fall guy again on halftime when his effort was deflected on to the possibly with. it wasn't looking like like six day it got worse for likes it after the break as you put into a change of play for the visitors to join a task for the opener it was against the run of play but demonstrated how confident are right now with a look at deflection also helping them out. but then eventually had a positive impact on the game with his cross setting up use of tools and for the equalizer on seventy minutes. and the germany strike out the last laugh in the winner five minutes from time likes
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a good turn the game around the new forsberg pullback was perfect for them no we haven't done that much wrong in the bundesliga apart from that one game against by and by but after three defeats in the cup champions league in the league it's good to get back on track. then it is back in the good books relief all round so like to see. right now let's check out all the blunders leaguer results so far this weekend there's that byron munich win over dortmund. drew with mines and in that game mine's keeper i received a pass from his defender and looked comfortable until he realised the ball was quite where he expected it to be mentioned i bought forward nearly capitalized on the blunder it was saner second ever been this legal appearance and one will not forget. well in the other matches. with ava cruz and also drew hamburg defeated stood guard leipsic came back to beat hanover and shall cut downed
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freiburg on friday frankford one of our brave men today cologne take on hoffenheim and both borg host berlin you're watching d.w. news coming to you from berlin we'll be back again with an update at the top of the hour in the meantime don't forget you can always get the latest news and information on our web site at that d.w. dot com american evanston from all of us here in the newsroom thanks for watching. people all over into recession.


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