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exe about missing. from where it was finished allowing climate change scientists. to continue by to research the benefits. that's the power train. making it happen. this is the wus live from berlin a brewing conflict in the mideast saudi arabia's new crown prince is on a mission to boost the oil kingdom's prominence but could upsetting the delicate balance of follow pushed the entire region into conflict also coming out. standing
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shoulder to shoulder on the conflict in syria u.s. president donald trump and russian president vladimir putin reaffirmed their common commitment to ending the war and defeating the islamic state. no place to call home we need a family of kurdish refugees who have spent the past two years stranded in serbia failing in all their attempts so far to reach western europe. welcome to the program in the middle east tensions between saudi arabia and iran are on the rise the palestra go between the two rivals has now spilled over into lebanon whose prime minister saad how do you see unexpectedly resigned while on
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a visit to saudi arabia now lebanon's powerful has been the chief is accusing saudi arabia of detaining hariri and now the un and us are warning riyadh not to use the country as an arena for proxy conflict. kuwaiti citizens heading out of lebanon their government is one of several gulf states that has ordered its people to leave the country this comes amid sharpening tensions in the region lebanon is being drawn deeper into a power struggle between arch rivals saudi arabia and iran. lebanese prime minister saad hariri is inside the arabia since he was designed last weekend accusations have been flying that the kingdom is holding him hostage for. iran backed militant group hezbollah says that amounts to a declaration of war the group is accusing saudi arabia of using lebanon as a proxy in its conflict with rival iran. that you will if your problem is with iran
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why you are attacking lebanon just to prove you have influence we admit that you have influence but if you think that you can defeat the lebanese resistance or its political parties who refuse to comply with you you're mistaken. lebanon's president met with the saudi envoy on friday local media reported that the president demanded harry reid's return riyadh says hariri is free to move as he wishes a claim that front supported on friday but there is no doubts that the complaint is escalating the united nations has sounded the alarm this is a matter of great concern to us and what we want is for peace to be preserved in lebanon. it is essential that no new conflict erupts in the region is going to have devastating consequences for the saudi iran riflery is also playing out in war ravaged yemen
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a missile was launched from that against saudi arabia last week the united states is now i said that the missile was a rainy and. in the proxy war yemen is suffering badly now there are fears levanon could become the next battle cry and. well to talk more about this i'm joined in the studio by not that i thought us from our arabic service thank you for joining us also another one of the biggest questions right now is where is how did he is it possible that he really has been detained by saudi arabia this is the one million torah question there are more and more signs now that he is really being detained in saudi arabia the lebanese president today michelle mone issued a statement calling upon on riyadh to clarify where her really is because since a week he hasn't appeared how really hasn't appeared. on and didn't say where he is if he's free to leave saudi arabia or not and most of the lebanese people now are
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convinced he is detained in riyadh of course one of the biggest players here a saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin solomon or m.b.a.'s as they like to call him tell us more about him he's than you and vicious strongman in riyadh he's the crown prince is not the king but actually he is the defect talking and he's trying to consolidate his power he's trying to show you around that he is not he's not tweek although he actually lost the war in syria because he was or his land his country was. supporting business there and they've actually lost so now he's trying to prevent iran from getting more and more powerful so do you see these actions of a sickly even iran taking as ratcheting up the tensions between them it is very frightening little bit because we know that lebanon is a very fragile country it's
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a very small country and this has also also had a devastating civil war in the eighty's and the early ninety's so every small step towards a war or escalation can bring this country to brink of a proxy war to civil war and this is nothing that can be good for the region at the moment certainly now that al assad us for service thank you for joining us. well u.s. president donald trump and his russian counterpart vladimir putin have reaffirmed their commitment to ending the war in syria in a joint statement the two leaders said they could be no military solution to the conflict but said the so-called islamic state must be defeated the announcement was prepared ahead of the apec summit in vietnam which the two leaders were attending. or wouldn't take the question whether donald trump would hold direct talks with vladimir putin was one of the more protracted sideshows at this summit in the end
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the two had just a few casual encounters with trump's team at home under investigation for possible collusion with russia it appears the white house was keen to avoid fueling that particular fire otherwise trump didn't shy away from controversy on friday he lambasted global trade imbalances environ to put america first it's left other leaders pondering free trade without the u.s. one of the main things to come out of the summit was the revival of the transpacific partnership. trump walked out on that deal this year and many thought it was dead but the remaining nations have now agreed on a new framework. ball eleven countries are on board and this will send out
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a very strong message to the united states and other countries in the region. that message is aimed particularly china with its economic dominance president use this summit to push in the opposite direction to trump towards multilateralism beneath a meeting show of harmony deeply conflicting visions of the global economic future . but. this. time now for some of the other stories making news around the world demonstrators have clashed with police near the u.s. embassy in the philippines hundreds turned out to protest an upcoming visit by president donald trump when violence broke out now trump will arrive in the philippines on sunday the last stop on his eleven day tour of asia. former united states soccer player hope solo has accused x fifa president sepp
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blatter of sexually assaulting her at an awards ceremony and also new claims in an interview with the portuguese newspaper that blatter groped her of the twenty thirteen ballon d'or gala blatter denies the allegations. london's big bend clock has chimed eleven times to mark honestest day the day world war one ended ninety nine years ago two minute silence was held across the britain capital and the rest of the country to honor the war dead. they were pictures that went around the world two years ago lines of migrants walking north through europe escaping war in the middle east they travelled along the so-called balkan route that ran from greece towards germany but borders were closed and fences erected leaving thousands stranded in macedonia and serbia with their paths blog many migrants are now heading south and our next report follows
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a young kurdish family that is making the journey to greece going back the way they came for two years this family has had no place to call home the kurdish callout family fled the so-called islamic state militia in iraq hoping to get to western europe but they got stranded in serbia now the family is back on the so-called balkan route this time not heading north but south they've just crossed from serbia back into macedonia illegally. not my sons have no home that's the worst thing and. i don't know where the home is neither do my sons. i mean from serbia we tried to get to romania there was no chance the police and us back then we tried to end hungary also illegally it didn't work good to go.
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back on macedonia is northern border to serbia it is possible to get through that's why a red cross team patrols here to aid the estimated one hundred people who decide every week to turn back on the balkan route. this fund is reaching almost three hundred people a month. versus almost two hundred people trying to that actually left and went on to greece that's what the callous are doing going back across the border again illegally the red cross helps the family by taking them two hundred kilometers to southern macedonia and the nearest container camp right on the border to greece. it's an e.u. country we want to apply for asylum in sicily nikki who get into an a you program that reunites families who have families in germany and the netherlands. even after
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all this time that remains there and they don't have the kind of money that traffickers ask for their only hope of moving on from teslin the key is to go legally but nothing is certain still takes a lot of time and then how long can one way when he or she will be unified with his or her family members disposer was a child so unfortunately people when they have to wait for too long the rest of the smugglers. evening in macedonia we arranged a meeting with the calif family but they've already gone neither the greek nor the macedonian police could stop them it seems porous borders like the one here make an illegal return to greece and the european union easy. sports now and senegal grabbed one of the remaining stalls for next summer's world cup they took advantage of a second chance given by governing body and defeated south africa to nil now that
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the senegalese actually lost to the south africans a year ago but they were allowed to play that much because of match fixing by the referee. meanwhile italy are one step closer to missing the tunnel ment in russia after dropping the first leg of their play off with sweden the four time world champions lost their substitute your one son who scored in a deflection in the sixty first minute italy can still redeem themselves with a win in the second leg of that on monday back in milan. two other qualifying playoff match ups involve teams travelling tens of thousands of kilometers over two legs heavily favored to rule came away with a scoreless draw at new zealand likewise wonderous hosted australia in a new game led to of both match ups is wednesday. in london last night the renewal of one of soccer's big rivalries england hosted germany in
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a friendly between two countries that have actually already qualified for the twenty eighteen world cup the pace was quick especially in the first half and both sides had their share of scoring opportunities but neither could put the ball in the net the final from wembley stadium a scoreless draw as both sides experimented with different combinations in preparation for the world cup. it's important for us to have different systems to you against italy in the euros for example the three man line that we played that was the reason we were able to take away the off chance of strength very opponent. depending on the opposition we're able to bring different players and styles of play to the game should be a version of the plus point can. and a formula one now where there is no slowing down for lewis hamilton even after getting his hands on a fourth world championship title just two weeks ago the briton dominated the practice sessions of the brazilian grand prix in fact hamilton matched in sluggo track record qualifying begins in a few hours apart going to be five p.m.
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here with the race in sao paulo on sunday. and remind of the top stories we're following for you tensions between saudi arabia and iran threw over into lebanon after the country's from yesod heidi resigns on a visit to sell out in the saudi capital riyadh lebanon's powerful hezbollah chief accuses saudi arabia of detaining javine. that's all for now be sure to tune in at the top of the hour for more news in the meantime you can log on to our website . thanks for watching. united against climate change. big challenges for the twenty third u.n. climate conference in bonn how are nations working to meet their paris agreement
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