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BBC News
Oct 25, 2017 12:00am BST
viewed as a man with much power. donald trump visits asia ina much power. donald trump visits asia in a month and he comes here with a similar message on what he says is china's predatory trade attitude. north korea, is a big problem for china. its neighbour continues in its very aggressive push to develop nuclear weapons that the possibly strike the us mainland. china doesn't want to see a nuclear rise korean peninsula but at the same time it doesn't want to see a unified korea either. it doesn't wa nt to unified korea either. it doesn't want to see the little brother with whom it shares a border, moving so quickly in such a destabilising way. so the reality of notjust regional geopolitics, but global politics returns to the forefront from today onwards. thank you, robin brant. our other top story — president trump is under attack from two senators from his own party, and not because they disagree with a particular policy but because of his behaviour. this man, senator bob corker, and senatorjeff flake, are both republicans who have decided not to seek re—election and in turn,
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 2:00am +03
of myself. with the smoking room is asia the new battlefront one on one east investigates at this time on al-jazeera. this is al-jazeera. i know i'm right matheson this is the news live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes reversing course on a controversial travel ban the white house well again allow refugees to enter the u.s. but with stricter vetting measures. more infighting for trump with fellow republicans in congress as he tries to make progress on his legislative agenda. ahead of the united nations arrives in the central african republic has local people say the un's not prosecuting peacekeepers accused of sexual attacks. and the virtual reality revolution that lets a surgeon in the u.k. operate on a patient in india seven thousand kilometers away. ok let's start with the rare case of party disunity two top republican members of congress have issued a blistering attack on the head of their party president donald trump the dramatic clash with the senators comes as trump is trying to push forward his legislative agenda can really hawk it reports from washington d.c.
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm EDT
man, welcome to "daybreak asia." of green,ecting a sea thanks to earnings and optimism about the global economy. further cementing president xi grip on power. i am betty liu in new york where it is just after 7:00 p.m. tuesday. president trump calling for a new push on tax cuts. also, holding up whole on the next head of the fed. tesla under attack from capital -- david einhorn says it is putting inadequate and dangerous products on the road. ♪ betty: not one to mince words, david einhorn. may be it is frustrating him overall because it is an example of the stocks that had been lifting the market that he has not been a part of because he is a value investor. i wanted to show a chart for our which showsbtv 440, you how much value stocks have lagged behind. more than half, in terms of growth over the last year, behind the growth stocks, the .n.g.'s, the tech stocks. buy into stocks like amazon and tesla not the boring old value stocks. yvonne: he is not the only hedge fund manager that has been lamenting this. is he waving the white flag too soon, given the rotation we saw? we di
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 1:32am +03
tone it into a province of ice along. with the rai left a smoking room is asia the new battlefront one on one east investigates at this time on al-jazeera.
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 1:00am +03
northeastern parts of asia we've lost the remnants of typhoon louts way way way out in the north pacific but we have got a frontal system which is bringing some rain across southeastern parts of honshu in particular tokie tokie you might see some outbreaks of rain falling across the card a nice day in sapporo fine across the korean peninsula heading into thursday brighter conditions returning for tokyo so pleasant sunshine highs of nineteen and it should be a dry day in beijing with high sierra of eighteen. across the globe breathtaking efforts to clean up the planet saturn are on the way in milan companies are turning to a radical solution a biodynamic cement that eats toxic pollution so this really is a living building that's constantly interacting with its environment earthrise trees it's the from two years of the battle for the environment trying to. pioneering a new technique to reduce emissions earthrise looks at new ways of preventing air pollution at this time on al-jazeera. welcome back a reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera and executive order by donald trump says his adm
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
asian headquarters. i am yvonne man, welcome to "daybreak asia." of green,ecting a sea thanks to earnings and optimism about the global economy. further cementing president xi grip on power. i am betty liu in new york where it is just after 7:00 p.m. tuesday. president trump calling for a new push on tax cuts. also, holding up whole on the next head of the fed. tesla under attack from capital
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 2:30pm PDT
blamed pakistan pretending a blind eye to the militants. tillerson on a tour of asia and the middle east arrived in pakistan on tuesday afternoon. met with abbas see as well as with pakistan's powerful army chief. general come out jeff at. boswell. russia the chief ally of russia allison at says the islamic state group not controlled it's only five percent. syrian land. but this is a massive turn around this time last year. this of course after losing major strongholds and key urban areas across syria includin. the isis self proclaimed capital of raqqa. in twenty fourteen the extremist group seized about a third of both syria and iraq before it's doubtful and.n. his in ruins. but go city. the more than five thousand bombs dropped here in just a few months. has left in a state of utter. they're still. state. wrote some. urges this trailer below. supporters. no one knows how it got her. all. don't come too close inside the shop there's another mind attached to emotions. it's very dangerous. because it is a good to conduct a few metersurther another improvised explosive device. it was
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 12:00am +03
heart of asia one when he springs captivating stories and award winning fills. as tensions on the korean peninsula remain high president trump embarks on a five nation tour to east asia november on al-jazeera. a young mind a blank slate primed for the wonders of the world. both valuable and found. in their own words boys as young as nine reveal how they were indoctrinated and wrenched from their childhood into a life of unspeakable violence. lion cubs of i saw. witness documentary at this time. it is the inhabitants of a nation that give it its unique identity. each culture maintained and developed by the endeavors of its people in a six part series i'll just read those into two news years rich tapestry through the prism of six extraordinary individuals. micronesia coming soon on a jersey on the. list to. have yet to have a lot more. than. we wanted them for that's what our community count thanks to give them. some. junk on the drug. world like the one today. just dumped on al-jazeera. hello i'm sue turton in london the top story say on al-jazeera the u.n. secretary general antonio is vi
DW
Oct 24, 2017 10:30pm CEST
asia day w. you have no grounds for round the clock marking it's five for the first three we're going live to the commemoration ceremony in vietnam back. will be documentaries magazines and talk shows focusing on luther and the groundbreaking events he helped set in motion. reformation day october thirty first w. did you know it costs fifty cents to feed one hundred child for one full day. this would be one shot they managed. to overrun on the horsehead all with a share the meal share among all with children with just fifty cents and a talent your smart phone to gather weekend am a global hunger please download the app. progress study where they start to divide the country i do it's still where they start to divide the language your blood will flow for good. and ninety nine days the soviet union is breaking up part of. the members of the russian federation would have to find their own way politically and economically. absolutely it was an incredibly difficult task not most of which is democracy was a lie but if the elections were. fraud because private there's a sin was robbery
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm BST
extending its influence beyond china as well as asia. however this policy is one that has to deal with countries with security risks so we don't know how this wallasey is going to be played out. certainly he has this ambition. the bigger question is that xi jinping has a vision for his country notjust domestically but also overseas. one belt, one road policy is one of those examples. thanks to vincent. this article from the new york times caught our eye — they've measured the reoccurence of certain words in chinese leaders' speeches over the years. this graph shows how much the words ‘strong country‘ or ‘great country‘ has come up — perhaps a sign of growing confidence. and look at this tweet from the economist. traditionally that has been a role we‘ve considered for the us president. i asked vincent whether he thought xijinping was more powerful than donald trump. i think certainly from the outside, we‘ve seen that president temp reid has enormous power in his hands —— president xi. the fact that president xi. the fact that president trump is in domestic trouble pl
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 3:30pm EDT
for asia. that is a hard deadline to get the names. we are down to see what the president decides. julia: cannot come quickly enough year. bloomberg's washington bureau chief, craig gordon. thank you for that. coming up, separating the man from the company. that is what it would take for tom barrack to come to the rescue in the aftermath of sexual assault allegations against harvey weinstein. more from that interview, a head. from new york, this is bloomberg. joe: billionaire tom barrack may consider bailing out the weinstein company in the wake of sexual assault allegations against harvey weinstein, but there is a catch. barrick spoke to erik schatzker at the future investment seminar. do not know that we have come to the rescue, but the company itself -- if you recall, we purchased miramax from disney. recall, 2010. >> yes, which was a previous company the weinstein's were tied to. with 750 projects in the camp, it was a great acquisition from disney. we were familiar with the portfolio, the library, and the process. erik: why would you say you have not bailed them out or rescue
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm PDT
. >> the president is looking ahead to next month's trip to asia. relationships are also tense there. the white house is still deciding on whether the president will make the customer a visit to the demilitarized zone that separates north and south korea. >>> a resolution is expected to be introduced this afternoon in san francisco and it will call for the impeachment of president trump. these are live pictures we are bringing you. a group of city and community leaders undemanding the president's removal. similar resolutions have been passed in 16 other u.s. cities. that includes richmond, alameda, berkeley, oakland and santa cruz. organizers of today's event say mr. trump has met the standard for impeachment. san francisco resolution mentioned obstruction of justice related to his by a a former fbi director james comey during an active investigation and also collusion related to his campaign's ties to russian interests. >>> a judge in san francisco is expected to world today or tomorrow on a request by california and 18 other states to block the trump administration's a plan to cut
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm BST
been restrained with mr tillis and in asia to outline president from's is strategy for the region, including more cooperation with india, pakistan's archrival. we are joined with india, pakistan's archrival. we arejoined by the with india, pakistan's archrival. we are joined by the former ambassador to be us the pakistan hussain haqqanl to be us the pakistan hussain haqqani. 0n the issue of the new approach, many americans would say the relationship with pakistan over the relationship with pakistan over the last two years, the us hasn't had a very good deal and maybe it is time for a new approach, to be tougher, cut that work?|j time for a new approach, to be tougher, cut that work? i think toughness might work whether previous policy has failed and pakistan has continued to support the caliban was saying we do not. at times saying yes we do but also having concerns about india so the consensus in dc is to get tough on pakistan. how they will be do it remains to be seen because right now, secretary of state tillis's america for our stay in pakistan is not going to be enough to cha
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm +03
makes tellus a whirlwind trip of south asia has continued with a stop in pakistan it was his first official visit to the country to meet the new prime minister to listen says a stable pakistan is good for the entire region and tasha can name has more of what the trumpet ministration is hoping for. in south asia all roads lead back to afghanistan for the united states as it tries to find a way to end its longest war to underscore that fact u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson made a surprise stop in afghanistan to meet with the president before traveling to pakistan and this whole strategy this is a conditions based approach and so our relationship with pakistan will also be conditions based it will be based upon whether they take action that we feel is necessary to move the process forward of both creating an opportunity for reconciliation and peace in afghanistan but also assuring a stable future pakistan. the u.s. and pakistan are allies but the relationship has long been complicated the u.s. says pakistan is creating safe havens for the taliban which is made significant gains i
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am PDT
the opioid crisis that he wants to unveil. he is preparing for a high stakes trip to asia where he is dealing with allies on the north korea nuclear crisis and he spent three or four hours this morning fighting back with senator bob corker. it is a huge distraction and demoralizing for this administration to go through this. >> there is a lot riding on this tax reform for the president and senate republicans. i was just with a large group of kentucky republicans. they are very concerned about what they consider to be even big supporters of him consider to be these distractions when they want him to be focussed on policy. where does this go? how do they bring this all together? >> it's difficult to overstate this situation here. we are literally 12 months ahead of an election in which the president's approval ratings are in the 30s and republicans have no big accomplishments on capitol hill that they can run on. the first mid term election for a president is always bad. if they don't have anything to talk about at home they are going to be asked questions about donald trump's temperame
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 1:59pm EDT
, especially foreign banks and middle men in china, southeast asia and other parts of the world. second, even though u.n. security council resolutions are supposed to bind u.n. members to enforce them, implementation has been weak. as the u.n. panel of experts concluded earlier this year, member nations have been so lax that north korea retains access to the international financial system. as the trump administration has made clear, u.n. sanctions are a floor, not a ceiling, for u.s. action. h.r. 3898 embodies this principle through the use of secondary sanctions. here's how such sanctions would work, mr. speaker. the front office and middle men that north korea relies on in third countries still need banks. those banks in turn use correspondent or payable through accounts held at u.s. financial institutions to process international transactions. it's counterproductive for u.s. policy to permit foreign banks to do business in america as well as business that ultimately helps north korea. it's time for those banks to choose between aiding and abetting the north korean government or stand
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 8:32pm +03
state rex tillerson is on his first official visit to south asia on the agenda meetings with the pakistani prime minister show he khan abbassi and indian prime minister narendra modi. the trump administration hopes to expand its ties with india seeing it as a stabilizing force in a volatile region president trump and prime minister modi are committed more than any other leaders before them to building an ambitious partnership benefits not only our two great democracies but other sovereign nations working toward greater peace and stability a deepening of american and indian ties is a sensitive topic for pakistan india and pakistan are locked in a decades long stalemate over the disputed region of kashmir the u.s. is stressing both countries are crucial partners but u.s. president donald trump is seizing the momentum of recent cooperation by urging pakistan to help release other hostages and join in future counterterrorism operations natasha going to name al-jazeera. let's bring in our guest joining us from islamabad. former pakistan ambassador to afghanistan in kabul him political
DW
Oct 24, 2017 7:30pm CEST
every week and always looking to the future on t.w. dot com science and research for asia. and the d.w.p. because of me speak your language tell me that but. for content in dari pashto and order prospects for returning our web special to the net the refugee journeys of life in germany and the prospects for those returning home. join the discussion along t w dot com and on facebook. prospects for returning. to w maybe four miles. this week global three thousand heads to india to visit a school which is helping grandmothers learn to read and write. in bali young professionals are living a dream instead of being cooped up in a conventional office. but first we accompany a syrian family as they travel to italy and by legal means and with no paralyse crossing. the central mediterranean route for many refugees that's the only option for reaching europe. this it's an extremely dangerous one at least five thousand people lost their lives attempting the crossing in two thousand and sixteen more than any previous year. many of those who do make it only survive thanks to good luck. and then t
DW
Oct 24, 2017 7:15pm CEST
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Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
: you have lived in asia and have a lot more experience in that area. is it a question of top down? is he popular with the people and that has helped support his ascent? shery: yes, that definitely has. the former president's popularity -- i have been reading the news that chinese youngsters are not really prone to take in common is party propaganda as the elder people used to. 347, weekly showing you what president xi jinping has been doing, trying to deleverage the economy. new yuanso chinese loans and money supply starting to rise. we will have more markets coming on. we are seeing a rebound for u.s. stocks. this is bloomberg. ♪ gloomylive from a bloomberg world headquarters in new york, i'm julie hyman . shery: i'm shery ahn. this is "bloomberg markets." vonnie: let's get to the bloomberg first word news. julie: mark barton has more. mark: word of another plan to fix obamacare and short-term coming from orrin hatch and brady. anddeal would in store ensure concerned subsidies for two years including concrete reforms. one of those is the end of an individual mandate through the
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
i will highlight with you, steph, is, of course, cat numbers spectacular. asia-pacific in particular, whether it was construction or resourced, i mean, it was a blowout number for caterpillar obviously the weak dollar helps to a certain extent but a good sign about the recovery we were talking about. the part that's worrisome is the numbers is the numbers in the whirlpool because whirlpool numbers, profits are decelerating because of material costs accelerating. >> and that's also execution. >> i don't know how many people still shop at sears, but i would say it's a significant number because it shows the inflation for whirlpool. >> they also can have pricing power. you saw cat get pricing power and united rentals gets pricing power. those companies get stronger if you do have pricing power. >> the world, if i can throw in, the world is cyclical, and there's no stock up without a reason there's no stock down without a reason and if you're you're an experienced investor it's your job to figure out if the numbers are rational or irrational. >> one of my positions that got killed the la
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm EDT
korea, china, southeast asia. the north korean nuclear threat to the top of the agenda. how to deal with china and their claims in the east china sea, south china sea at all out there. aids stands in a very strong position postelection. neil: i'm wondering whether the north koreans voided the electoral chances given the provocative actions. now, they might even have chemical weapons, would he make of that? >> there's no doubt doubt they have chemical weapons. they threaten south korea even before achieving nuclear capability. they threaten south korea with chemical weapons prompting former secretary of state colin powell back when he was a civilian in the 1990s that north korea use chemical weapons against the south, united states return north korea into a charcoal burket to kind of play it again today. i think japan is completely with us and appreciating the threat that north korea poses and really goes to the other stop on president trips with xi jinping today, just finishing the night teamed communist party congress, putting him in a position if you look at the way it's character
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am PDT
philippines. the president is visiting asia next month and is expected to push china to take action against north korea. >>> president trump is going to capitol hill today to join republican senators at the regular tuesday lunch. he wants to push his tack return plan, which he has said he wants congress to act on by the end of this year. democrats are not on board, saying the current plan benefits the wealthy at the expense of middle class taxpayers. >>> four leading democratic candidates for california governor are going to debate today in san francisco. antonio, gavin newsome, john chung, and delaine eston. today those candidates will appear at noon at the city club of san francisco. this forum is sponsored by the chronicle. the primary is june of 2018. the top two finishers will move on to the general election in november of next year. the chronicle said it plans to host a similar forum for the republican candidates running for governor next year. >>> based on what you were about the candidates right now, and you had to pick one, who would you vote for? a majority on our poll say antonio
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm +03
be gathering in bone to restate that commitment. from the heart of asia one when he springs captivating stories and award winning film. as tensions on the korean peninsula remain high president trump embarks on a five nation tour to east asia november on al-jazeera. across the globe breathtaking efforts to clean up the planet sat around the way in milan companies are turning to a radical solution biodynamic cement toxic pollution so this really is a living building that's constantly interacting with its environment earthrise visits the from tears of the battle for the environment scientists here in iceland a pioneering a new technique to reduce emissions earthrise looks at new ways of preventing air pollution at this time and i'll just zero.
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am EDT
commercial posts it's being tested in six countries and europe and asia. the goal of the test is to understand if people prefer to have separate places for personal and public content. adding there is no current plan to roll this out beyond those test countries what is the upside for something like that? >> facebook's primary instinct is to keep people happy on facebook and using facebook, and, certainly, news is not always happy and so probably by separating news into its own portion of the feed, news from pages, that is, maybe they are hoping that other feed, the main feed, will be posts from your friends, family, pictures of dog s and babies >> more of an instagram feel >> yeah, which people coincidentally like a lot more than facebook. >> kate, i wonder, does facebook have any real values when it comes to content they seem to prioritize everything based on, as kevin was saying, keeping the viewer, the user, engaged, but i wonder as they try to work with media companies, they change strategies so often, can anybody trust them >> that's an excellent point it's interesting, i ascri
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 8:00am PDT
nuclear threat we face from china and russia also. you see countries in asia but also others boris johnson the u.k. foreign secretary for example just said we need to keep the military option on the table with respect to north korea. there is no doubt this has the world's attention in a serious way. >> melissa: at the same time that language doesn't match with what the last administration said and continues to say when they go out on different talk shows saying that we have to just find a way to be okay with north korea having a nuclear weapon. that doesn't seem to match what japan is saying or what the u.n. is saying. can you reconcile those? >> i don't think that we can simply except and live with a north korea nuclear weapon. what's the alternative? what you see the trump administration doing, melissa is hoping to sort of get the north koreans into talks which would aim to denuclearize north korea by amping up the level of military threat and pressure on pyongyang. that is the approach they're taking so far. >> melissa: those on the left and from the previous administration say
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am PDT
president is planning to visit asia next month. expected to push china to take action against north korea. >>> this morning, antioch police are investigating a deadly shooting. officers responded to a call of shots fired at 10:30 last night near bon fair market on the 900 block of west 10th street. a man had been shot at least once and was pronounced dead at the scene. there is no motive that is yet known. no arrests have been made. if anyone has information on the deadly shooting, call antioch police. >>> this morning the chp is investigating a deadly crash involving 7 vehicles that happened in the south bay last night. just before 10:00, investigators rushed to southbound 85 at great oaks boulevard in san jose. the highway was shut down for more than three hours but it has since reopened. the cause of this chain reaction crash is still not clear. we have asked the chp for more information about the person who was killed in this crash. we have not heard back from officials so we are awaiting more information. >>> tonight people staying at homeless encampment in the east bay could b
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am PDT
ahead of the president's meeting to asia meeting with world leaders in japan. he says the president is debasing the country. that his legacy will be debasement. garrett said it. this is extraordinary. and i feel like we say that sometimes a lot. and every time it is warranted. we in the news business and not just people watching and reading the news go, oh, my gosh, this is what we're talking about today. and i think we're also going to be surprised at how this continues to undermine republicans agenda. >> don't forget, we are waiting for the paul ryan news conference to begin to take reporters' questions and this could be cheap among them. but it is critical to keep in mind why this is different. can you explain why this is not like the other family feuds we have seen before? >> reporter: well, jonathan touched on it, but corker's position is one of the four to five top powerful people in congress. he's congress's vice on foreign affairs. the reason to say the only reason up don't call the president a liar is because i was not raised to use that word, which is basically what he jus
competitive internationally, and europe's corporate tax rate is 18.5, and asia, 20%. we need to get competitive in terms of the job creators, and we need to give the american middle class taxpayers more jingle in their pockets and take home pay, and we will start talking about tea taildetails, with the president today. >> do you know if the president would support keeping a 39% tax rate on people making more than a million dollars a day? do you know if he supports that? >> i don't know that. i am going to decline to negotiate details of the tax cut through the media. i think that will be done -- i think we will have a big step towards that today. >> understood. >> with the luncheon with the president. i think it's going to be largely positive, 99.9% positive and constructive, and i think it's going to get us closer to the point where we all want to have, which is a tax bill on the president's desk by thanksgiving. >> that's ambitious, and we wish you the best of luck on that, and we'll talk to you after the lunch to get a sense of what was discussed. and one more question about your
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am EDT
being driven by china, being driven by asia gm very strong, first quarter since last quarter 2014. every market up. i'm looking at 3m, looking at caterpillar. i'm kind of -- caterpillar is so good you almost have to laugh. there were people like my friend alex blanton saying it could earn 10 and $12, when, when, when now. >> even the company has had trouble keeping up this is the third revenue guide increase this year they just raised revenue guide in july and again today. >> where they raised is really interesting. it's insane growth, mining is good and china construction good and onshore oil and gas, we tend to think that business isn't that good. machinery, energy, transportation, all much better, firing on all cylinders. largest sale increases in north america. >> amazing. >> and asia pacific. >> i hope he had long term options he was able to keep on his departure. i kind of kid but they had a ceo change and it's always a question of how much this is actually his responsibility? >> as much his responsibility i would say it was the previous gentleman who ran ge i think it's tha
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am PDT
, asia and the middle east where terrorists opera operate. is this, do you think, fair to sort of tie this potentially to this change in policy? and is it opening a larger discussion about where we are putting our resources and how they can operate? >> i don't know how the policy led to this, other than i don't -- and of course i defer to general mccafferty. but there was -- why would this -- these troops go to a village that it seemed it was known that the village was sympathetic to isis. and if that were true, that would present a danger. and why was help so far away? and what was the hour delay? why did it take an hour for them to call for help when they where under fire? but the reality is, chris, we're in a long war. and as we are wrapping up isis in places like raqqah and the middle east and syria, they're going to pop up everywhere. i'm for having troops all over the world. but i do think we need congressional oversight. >> these things are inherently dangerous because the societies are fractured, chris. i remember reviewing some afghan troops in the city of khost near the bord
PBS
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am PDT
. join me next time for a conversation about president trump's upcoming visit to asia and deepak chopra. that's next time. we'll see you then. ♪ ♪ and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening from los angeles, i am tavis smiley, frampton becomes alive of the best singer/congresong writer. he will perform his new song "i saved a bird today," from peter frampton in just a moment. ♪
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm BST
success in china as well? yes, china and asia, that's long been a good story for the charles kennedy and they continue to see strong growth there. the company is trying to cut costs. one way to do that is to franchise more restaurants. the best results have been from franchise owners. there is a trend in public taste towards the healthier food, at least amongst some members of the public. do you think they are going to feel a squeeze as other fast—food companies really get on to that bandwagon? they've definitely had the growth of the fast casual sector, so chipotle is another company posting results today, sweet, greens, dig in, other companies, they've created a fast—food market that focussed its marketing on more natural ingredients, that are healthierfor you, which has eaten into the profits of the fast—food companies. mcdonalds and others are trying to respond to that, but they are also competing in the traditional market too. the strategy is paying off for mcdonald's, technology remains a key pa rt mcdonald's, technology remains a key part but again, you could sta
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm +03
it's the strongest u.s. response to the crisis so far benjamin zaki is a southeast asia analyst he says that sanctions on me and haven't been effective in the past so it's unlikely they'll work again. one needs to keep in mind there was a broad set of economic sanctions in place for over a decade through october of last year that was initially ineffective in eventually counterproductive to the kind of economic opportunities that myanmar had with india with china it with other players in the region i think the targeted sanctions that are being suggested today are far more appropriate but again there are a month late there simply being proposed as opposed to being fully and acted and if they're not effective if they if they don't in fact have a punitive effect on these generals they need to be strengthened and widened and or something by way of military force projection should be considered as well for the first and foremost an arms embargo would be effective against the military moreover it's interesting that these these sanctions are being limited to the generals who are considered
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am PDT
u.s. allied with a threat from north korea. weeks before president trump will be in asia. john bolton joins us for his take at what's at stake on this presidential trip. plus this. have a listen. >> it's the same baloney they've been pedaling for years and no credible evidence by anyone. >> sandra: hillary clinton pushing back against claims of pay to play while she was secretary of state saying it's all about republicans getting nervous about their own russia problem. now at least two congressional committees are investigating those claims. our panel on that straight ahead. >> we're on the edge of the greatest corruption scandal in american history. the clintons are only a part of this. wait until you get to attorney general lynch and her predecessor. this is just going to keep on rolling. customer satisfaction over cable for 17 years running. but some people still like cable. just like some people like banging their head on a low ceiling. drinking spoiled milk. camping in poison ivy. getting a papercut. and having their arm trapped in a vending machine. but for everyone else,
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am EDT
will make a decision before he leaves for asia on november 3rd, advisers are steering him to powell and economist john taylor. taylor is hawkish on interest rates. if he was fed chair now, the interest rate would at 3.5%. powell is light on regulation, here is a talk, jerome powell could be fed chair and taylor vice chair. stuart: how about this? sears will no longer sell whirlpool appliances, may tag and kitchenaid, same story. business relationship that lasted about a hundred years. scott, is this another nail in the coffin for sears? down to 650 at the moment on the stock. >> yeah, once you start closing stores and dropping lines u it just seems to me that you get in this negative loop and that's very difficult, if not impossible to kind of get out of and i think sears is in the midst of that with competition and what they've been throwing to the side it'll be extremely unlikely for them to pull out of the down slide. stuart: we've got that. check the big board again, please, if you're listening on the radio, here is the story, we are up -- new high 160 -- 160 points as we speak,
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 5:30am PDT
reducing financial status. in asia, financial markets were mostly green with the nikkei up .5%, sending its record breaking streak to 16 days of gains. finally, the international lineization of vine and reported that worldwide wine production fell more than 8% this year, hitting a 50-year low, blaming climate fluctuations for the drop in outward, likely due to steep drops in the three top one producing countries, italy, france, and spain. not the happiest news. mcafee want to have a graphic glass glass of wine. -- makes me want to have a glass of wine. >> thank you. time for the press r review. having spent t the day looking t the world meeting, -- media for what is making headldlines, hel. you are starting with the controversial visit to paris by egyptian president abdel fattah al-sisi. >> with the egyptian paper, it is a new beginning to a new era in egyptian-french relations. we have been looking at the france 24 web team. this to say is a meeting in which they are expected to discuss regional -- regional crises and counterterrorism, among other things, but macron is under pressure t
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm +03
diplomats will be gathering in a bone to restate that commitment. from the heart of asia one when he springs captivating stories and award winning fields. as tensions on the korean peninsula remain high president trump embarks on a five nation tour to east asia november on al-jazeera. sank. six years after the death of gadhafi. al-jazeera world travels to libya. to hear from some of those who felt his regime contributed to his downfall. the battle of misrata at this time on al-jazeera. and this was different than whether someone was telling some of this video read the mentally ill try to think it's how you approach an individual and if it is a said we're doing it to congress and get a story and fly out. well again adrian for the getting here in doha the headlines on al-jazeera europe's refugee crisis is on the agenda at a conference in italy the country's been the first destination for thousands of migrants crossing the mediterranean from north africa the two day meeting is being hosted by the organization for security and cooperation in europe according to the u.n. h.c.r. more than
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 2:32pm +03
asia he won that eisel is trying to establish a presence there as it loses ground in iraq and syria. in austria the chancellor elect is to hold coalition talks with the far right freedom party sebastien kurtz's conservative people's party won thirty one and a half percent of the vote in last week's election well short of the majority required to govern he campaigned on a tougher immigration stance those are your headlines up next james here with inside story i will see you very soon. a political gamble that paid off as coalition switch to election victory in japan and the prime minister is now eyeing a revision of the country's pacifist constitution but what would that mean for japan and this volatile region this is inside story. and welcome to the program i'm jane dothan japan's prime minister took a gamble when he called early elections this year but that gamble paid off on sunday when. party and coalition partner won more than two thirds of the seats in parliament he says it's a vote of confidence from the public one he sees as a green light to change japan's pacifist constitutio
NHK
Oct 24, 2017 8:00pm JST
leaders, visionaries and pioneers shaping asia and the rest of the world. our guest today is artist tadanori yokoo. his vibrant poster work was chosen by moma in new york as the representative of the decade. then in the 1980s, yokoo announced his intention to become a painter. his pieces have been acquire withed by museums in around 20 countries worldwide.
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am EDT
the level of finance compared to europe and asia, they would say we want that. we cannot be as aligned on bank balance sheet to grow our economy. there is so much more we could do here. we have seen ipo's pullback over the years. we have seen impacts in the secondary markets, corporate bond markets, where we could do so much better. we think we are at an inflection point now, which is where the u.s. treasury is that, what can we do better in terms of our regulatory structure in terms of recalibration. let's adjust the dials and make sure we are getting the most out of our capital markets so investors can do the best, create economic growth, and create jobs. alix: u.s. ipos are up 108% this year. ken: this year, but historically, they are down considerably. a good start this year compared to last year. if you look at five years or 10 years, they are down considerably. cftc, ftc,ave the now we can look at what is realistic in terms of rolling back relation to help capital markets. what you think is going to get done? ken: some seeds still need to be filled, but you're right impor
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm +03
forces the incident in asia has caused political ramifications as well the widow of sergeant johnson's that president from was insensitive when he called to offer condolences to president. he found for body hers anyway. and now was it made me cry because i was very angry at the tone of his voice and how he said he couldn't remember my herd's when a something the president disputes he wrote i had a very respectful conversation with the widow of sergeant david johnson and spoke his name from beginning without hesitation now the pentagon has come under increased criticism from prominent lawmakers over the deaths of the u.s. soldiers and overall transparency of u.s. operations in asia where this is an endless war without band boundaries no limitations on the geography you got to tell us more currently the u.s. has about six thousand troops in africa the killings of soldiers and has prompted the pentagon to begin a full review of how the military conducts his joint missions in the continent. on al-jazeera. lots more still to come here on al-jazeera a failing grade from the u.n. as
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 6:49am EDT
the recently announced south asia policy and strategy president trump has put forth. i want to thank ambassador lawrence and general nicholson for their leadership and the incredible military effort of the men and women in uniform here, as well, and all of the effort they put forth to work towards a peace, which is really our objective. i think the u.s. has made it clear in terms of our support for afghanistan, the support for a sovereign, unified, and democratic afghanistan, starting it has to peace, prosperity, and self-reliant. -- we are not haveng -- providing safe to any terrorist or extremist in this part of the world. it's ok. that's all right. we also want to work with regional partners to ensure that there are no threats in the region. this is very much a regional effort. you saw what was rolled out in the strategy itself. we are denying safe haven to terrorists in the region. we are working closely with pakistan in that regard. president has assured me of his commitment to continue to reform here in afghanistan, as well as his new anticorruption strategy and policies that a
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am EDT
morning. the europe, ft 100 off just a fraction in the cac up a quarter of a percent do so. asia overnight markets closed mostly higher taking its cue once again from the u.s. through the shanghai composite, nikkei average and kospi. the hang seng lower by half of a percent. the saudi ipo is on track. the managing are getting some hopes to big investors that the oil giants public debut is on schedule for next year despite the speculation that we are going to see some private investors on the steel like the chinese, which may very well will be likely. the push for tax reform back in the u.s. president trump set to head to capitol hill to encourage republican senators to move forward on tax reform. first daughter ivanka trump spoke about the importance of getting the reform passed. watch. >> the tax reform is so critical. we are doing it administratively, and the regulation ever really feeling entrepreneurship in the state in terms of optimism, stock market. i would hear it in every conversation i had with the people through the course of the day. so that is what fuels them and tha
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am EDT
asia, we have seen some gains in some asian markets. the nikkei up by a half percent. how many winning streaks is that 16 in a row that we've seen for the nikkei now trading at 21,805. hang seng closed down bay half p percentage point in europe, as you look at some of the early trading, you will see green arrows across the board. modest advances. ftse up by 0.4%. the cac is up by a quarter percentage point the dax up by 0.2% look at crude oil prices looks like crude this morning is up wti up by 444 ce cents, brent u 57 cents. >>> news out of china's communist party congress, members confirm president xi jinping's status as the most powerful leader since mao by writing his name into the par party's constitution. >>> underwarm ser armour is exg the exit of its tennis and other outdoor categories as it struggles to grow in an increasingly difficult sports wear market kevin plank's first fulks will take a sabbatical from the company >>> we're watching shares of general electric this morning. the stock coming off its biggest one-day drop in six years. this after that dramatic reversal in fr
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 1:00pm +03
they mostly share intelligence and help trained local forces the incident in asia has caused political ramifications as well the widow of sergeant johnson's that president from was insensitive when he called to offer condolences to president. found for body hers anyway. and now was it made me cry because i was very angry at the tone of his voice and how he said he couldn't remember my herds when a something the president disputes he wrote i had a very respectful conversation with the widow of sergeant david johnson and spoke his name from beginning without hesitation now the pentagon has come under increased criticism from prominent lawmakers over the deaths of the u.s. soldiers and overall transparency of u.s. operations in asia where this is an endless war without band boundaries no limitation on time of geography you got to tell us more currently the u.s. has about six thousand troops in africa the killings of soldiers and has prompted the pentagon to begin a full review of how the military conducts its joint missions in the continent. on al-jazeera. europe's refugee crisi
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am BST
number of ivory being carved into bangles and pendants in africa, rather than being exported to asia as tusks which are easier to intercept. cites secretary generaljohn scanlon said the global collective effort is starting to reap positive results, but he added, "we‘re certainly not there yet." the reporting of crimes such as cyberbullying, trolling and online harassment has increased by 85% in the last two years, according to figures obtained by the bbc. more than 200 malicious communication offences are recorded every day by police forces in england and wales, but the officer leading the fight against digital crime says it is just "the tip of an iceberg". emma glasbay reports. thank you for the stars. this is live.me, a video streaming app. victoria from leeds uses it to chat online, but last year she started getting abuse and threats. photos of her home were posted online and she was dared to try and leave the house. 0ne user threatened to force himself on her. she was even told "go kill yourself" and her address was posted on twitter as a house to burgle. this hasjust ruined my li
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 12:32pm +03
. with the smoking ruins is asia the new battlefront one on one east investigations at this time on al-jazeera. is. full many in the west african country of guinea life can be quite a struggle. a quarter of the country is covered in forest and the government has neglected roads and basic services. constant delays paralyze the nation's economy. and yet guinea is a rich country rich on gold and diamonds. but most canadians never see the benefit. of the douglas today pierre and his assistant transport meds. in record time from the capital conakry to kiss a do go on the other side of the country so we're going to know. guinea is still plagued by serious diseases like polio difference here and rabies. the pharmacy's primary concern is delivering the vaccines to where they're needed before the climate spoils them. with no refrigerated truck or ice balls packed his vaccines in a box with just enough ice for the trip. having come on. focus on the bus and then. the next challenge is getting the vaccines to a porter at the bus step of a downpour has caused huge traffic jams. common bus routes we
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 2:07am PDT
up for a 12-day trip to asia next month. and ahead of that trip, mr. trump met with singapore's prime minister who urged a diplomatic solution to the crisis with north korea. now during the president's trip, he will visit the korean peninsula, but he's unlikely to visit the demilitarized zone as other past presidents have done. a white house official says that's because of time constraints. in the meantime, the president's own personal lawyer will meet today with house investigators looking into russia's involvement in last year's election. michael collins was involved in negotiations for the trump tower. those talks ended when trump's campaign started gaining steam. in a statement last month, cohen said he had nothing to do with russia's meddling in elections. >>> police in tampa are baffled. the city has add 1,000 streetlights to the area, and cops are advised to be extra vigilant. so far, the only connection appears to be all three victims were bus riders. abc's chuck seibertson has more. >> reporter: a packed room of worried and concerned neighbors. >> isn't this kind of wha
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 5:03am EDT
asia. the political landscape, to the way journalists and presidents interact. and perhaps some comparisons between the campaign and the way president trump has governed. i am very interested for gearin -- inherent about that. -- i am very interested in gearing about that. -- hearing about that. [applause] to getwe will take turns the conversation going and then we will open it up. the audience will join us in the questioning of it later. sarah, let's start with you. we are taking stock of things. the president made big and disruptive promises as a candidate. heot of the promises he made said would be quick or easy. obamacare,epealing tax reform, infrastructure. he has had a lot of trouble with each. in thinking about that and where he goes, this is the question. it revolves around priorities. secretary mnuchin said last week the tax reform was the top reality. corey lewandowski was on campus and set of donald trump does not build a wall, he will not get reelected. that should be top priority. republicansl of shows their top priority was repealing and replacing the affordable ca
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