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BBC News
Oct 25, 2017 12:30am BST
. the headlines: just a few hours until china unveils its new top leadership — will we see a possible successor to president xi? turning on trump — two republican party senators launch scathing attacks on their own president. it's a sad place from my perspective for our nation. and i think the worst of it is going to the whole debasing, if you will, of our nation. i have children and grandchildren to answer to and so mr president, i will not be complicit or silent. i'm babita sharma in london. also in the programme. after a year of official mourning, thailand makes final preparations for the king's farewell.
DW
Oct 25, 2017 1:02am CEST
the good news so to speak as they see growth all over the globe for example construction in china helped quite a bit but also here in the u.s. and also in canada where there was energy prices coming back the gas and oil industry is investing heavier than in the past and that's all saw an area where caterpillar is profiting from sort of bottom line as the numbers of caterpillar grows not just in the usa but old saw all over the globe rather interesting me. not the tech sector moving the markets so much for once explain that development to us. you know we see a certain sector rotation here on wall street for most of the year we had those big tech names like amazon google facebook netflix actually driving stocks higher but now we see this it would take into financial stocks and also in industrial heavyweights and like caterpillar as we've just talked about or also three m. three m. and caterpillar alone here on tuesday were responsible for got good one hundred points to drive the dull jones industrial average to a new records but no the focus will be again on technology companies we
DW
Oct 25, 2017 1:00am CEST
china before french but doesn't is a very good place to raise a family. and i know if it was my son media. germany's lower house of parliament met for the first time on tuesday since elections in september the far right a.f.d. party made their first appearance in the bundestag finance minister and veteran politician voted gun show that was voted in as the new bundestag president. china's ruling communist party has confirmed president xi jinping as its most powerful leader in decades by adding his name and ideology to the constitution at the end of the party's five year the congress delegates voted unanimously to include xi jinping thought as a guiding principle. hong kong democracy protest leaders nathan law and joshua wang have been released from prison on bail they were jailed in august for their roles of the two thousand and fourteen anti china protests that became known as the on brother revolution. a note from albert einstein describing the key to happiness is sold for around one point five million dollars is an auction in jerusalem einstein gave the piece of handwritten advice
BBC News
Oct 25, 2017 12:00am BST
this is newsday at the bbc. the headlines. china's most powerful leader in decades — the party congress unanimously backs president xijinping. not such a good day for president trump — a protestor calls him a traitor and two senior members of his own party attack his ability to lead. it's a sad place from my perspective for our nation. and i think the worst of it is going to the whole debasing, if you will, of our nation. i have children and grandchildren to answer to and so mr president, i will not be complicit or silent. i'm babita sharma in london. also in the programme: in thailand, the last touches before the nation gathers to say goodbye to their beloved king. he made the ordinary extraordinary, a new exhibition in london showcases the painter others hailed as "the father of us all". live from our studios in singapore and london. this is bbc world news. it's newsday. it's 7am in singapore, midnight in london and 7am also in beijing, where china's president xi jinping has become arguably china's most powerful leader since chairman mao. in the next few hours the party wil
MSNBC
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm PDT
kneecap your secretary of state, whose diplomacy you have to depend upon to really bring china to the table to do the things that need to be done, when you kneecap that effort, you really move our country into a binary choice, which could lead to a world war. >> president trump attacked corker in a series of tweets this morning. trump said he couldn't get elected dogcatcher in tennessee. he said e he dropped out of the race when he refused to endorse him and now only negative on anything trump. he called him a lightweight and the head of the foreign relations committee. people like liddle bob corker set the u.s. back. the president sitting on his phone typing it out. it's one thing to have a slur on the schoolyard, but to take your time that you have been elected to be president, i'm taller than him. he's president. >> he's president with time on his hands. because that's the only way you can explain that behavior. >> he is taller than corker. he had a right to call him little. >> he's taller, but the fact of the matter i think still remains with what now our senate leaders and house
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 4:00pm PDT
have to get after china and mexico for the importation of fentanyl and heroin. you have to get dealers off the street. it does make a difference, the supply. if you have more of the stuff coming and it's cheaper and more people get addicted. that's step one. step two, the prevention. that's a big part of the message. advertising, the president has to leave with the bully pulpit and the advertisers have to step in. messages in schools, grade school curriculum for my wife as presented and other folks have worked. all of this is important. the president's leadership is critical, i gave them my recommendations, but others are giving theirs, we will see with the president does. >> martha: and we were doing that at the white house early, thanks for being with us as always. good to see you. >> you bet. >> martha: senator flake's decision not to seek reelection is very good news for the aforementioned dr. kelly ward. the arizona state senator has been running to unseat him in 2018, so she welcomed the news today by tweeting, "arizona voters at the big winner. in jeff flake's decision not to se
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 2:00am +03
the palestinian economy of hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue. china's president xi jinping has cemented his grip on power after the communist party added his name and ideology to the nation's constitution she's entering his second five year term as the most powerful leader in decades the communist party congress voted on its final day to establish she's thought on socialism as one of china's guiding principles this means that any move to challenge him will be seen as a threat to the rule of the party. the chinese people and the chinese nation embrace brilliant prospects on the bright future living in such a great era we are all the more confident and proud and also feel the heavy weight of responsibility upon us so we must have the courage and resolve to build on the historic achievements made by the chinese people under the leadership of the chinese communists generation after generation and create a new accomplishments befitting of this great stride forward to an ever promising future. is a senior associate with east asia program at the stimson center which was so
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm EDT
, because of what is happening in em. from overseas.es a large part, from china. yvonne: could be a good indication for some japanese construction stocks, as well. let's take a look at how markets in asia are faring so far. not seeing the exact type of optimism in new zealand so far, flat on the nzx 50. the kiwi could be sliding further after reaching technical levels, .5906. we did see a choppy day for them dollar. dollar. the fed thanks john taylor can make a good fed chair. at the sydney open, stocks up 0.25%. expecting price gains to climb back to 2%. 16th straight day on this winning streak, a record-breaking one we saw yesterday. looks like we can be continuing highrally on this abe after the landslide victory for the prime minister, $113.94 for the dollar-yen, just kissing $114.- kissing met gop senators to push ahead with tax cut plans. republicans have complained to the president is not clear about what he wants in it. the spat widened between the president and senator bob corker. trump called the senator incompetent, while the senators said the president was debasing the united
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 1:32am +03
. sponsored ever since the un has accused me of ethnic cleansing the military denies the claims. in china shooting pings name and ideology have been added to the constitution cementing his status as one of the country's most powerful leaders in decades announcement was made on final day of the party conference those are the top stories stay with us earthrise is next. the head of the september twenty fourth national election survey showed job of a satisfied with the state of the economy this is easily the study his biggest tech success story the company was bought by microsoft in two thousand and eleven we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost at this time on al-jazeera. the composition of the air we breathe is changing. the sources of toxic emissions that will round us. every year seven million people die from happening and making it the world's biggest environmental community and that is the dire facts of global warming driven largely by an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. in twenty fifty one hundred ninety five countries fi
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 6:30pm EDT
disadvantage. our government, not something that \china\china does, it's our government being stupid and damaging our jobs and our dunts r opportunities and our lives. to call the american government and stupid and fat, whether or not you agree with that, it's certainly one way of describing it. and then the other thing that he said today that was really very strong words. he said right now no matter what you feel about the tok market he as, i quote, the economy still you can sesment he says that we need this tax reform to improve the economy. of course that is a conservative philosophy and belief. a lot of people don't really feel that way. at the end of the day on 5@6:30 we want to know how you feel these issue s will affect you. so we took to the streets to just basically you you ask you the question if republicans can get this done, do you you think that tax reform is going to change your life? take a listen. i percent. it's going to make the deficit go through the roof and it's noting whying to benefit any of us except corporation and very rich people . i disoapt know much about the
DW
Oct 25, 2017 12:30am CEST
they get their problems solved and that's possible here on site i live in and see us so even china before the french but doesn't is a very good place to raise a family. and i know if it was my son media. germany's lower house of parliament to match for the first time on tuesday since elections in september the far right a.f.d. party made their first appearance in the bundestag finance minister.
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 11:00pm BST
killed in northern syria. xijinping consolidates his control of china, as the communist party enshrines his name and ideology into its constitution — an honour only given to two previous leaders. and on newsnight. aaron banks is the ukip backer who claims to have bankrolled brexit. but is he all he seems? we have been investigating. good evening and welcome to bbc news. two republican senators have attacked president trump. in a fierce attack on president trump, jeff flake claims "reckless, outrageous and undignified behaviour" at the top of us government is endangering democracy. mr trump has previously called mr flake "toxic." bob corker described him as an utterly untruthful president. our north america editorjon sopel is in washington. we are used to politicians talking in code. this doesn't need to go into google translate. he says the flag ra nt into google translate. he says the flagrant disregard for truth or decency by the president, most often for the pettiest and most personal reasons. he's not alone. there was another republican senator standing down, senator bob
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
rotation, we haven't seen a genuine acceleration in more than just china and the u.s. in ages those have always been the two regions that have carried us or in brazil and china but you need to go back to the 1990s to get a worldwide movement that's this powerful. global growth it's an amazing thing to see so bottom line, what you're seeing is historic, our international industrials fuelled by a weak dollar, cut to the bone staffing and fantastic managers are finally in the sweet spot so shareholders like you are making a killing i think the move may not be over we should salute those who got it right and thank them for all the wealth they've created on still one more record day. >>> i want to go to less in virginia >> caller: jim, recently a stock of ours have taking a good hit do you feel the stock philip morris is a buy or sell? >> i struggle with this. but at 4% i think it's overdone to the down side i know it wasn't as bad as some people reacted to it wasn't the best stock for the moment rosa in new york rosa >> caller: hello >> hey roz it's jim how are you? >> caller: hi jim. i
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 1:00am +03
situation and allegations of sexual violence by u.n. peacekeepers. a new era for china's political thought becomes enshrined in the constitution and a move that cements his power even further. on the virtual reality revolution that lets a surgeon operate on a patient seven thousand miles away. is being reported in the us media about the trump administration is set to partially relax a ban on refugees and the country the president suspended all refugee and review a vetting procedure that was later revised to allow refugees with a bona fide a connection to the u.s. law correspondent gabriel elizondo is in new york for us gave house istanbul listed or not there is confusion here. yeah there is a lot of confusion the short answer to that is yes but i will say in the last two minutes we just got a new executive order from the white house we're going to be sifting through this six page document very shortly here but i can tell you the headline from that document and this new executive orders yes the term administration has ended the blanket ban on refugees coming into the united states t
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
also contrast or compare the french role in the u.s. role to china's increasing role in africa and the strategy that china is using as well? france and theof united states of america, both cannot compete with china. niger, nigerf provides 75% of the electricity needs of france because it 7.5%ces uranium will stop of the world's production of uranium comes from a french company in niger. in 2010, 2008-2010, china promised to invest billions of dollars in oil production in niger. the president of niger at the time had accused france of financing those who are called terrorists. he was overthrown in a coup d'etat. both the united states and france and other members of the european union are opposed to the chinese presence in africa because we're in a country like djibouti, the united states has 4000 troops. billions spent $5 building a state-of-the-art forward. building a0 billion railway from djibouti to the capital city of ethiopia. there is still possibility of the united states of america and western europe competing with china in africa. africans do not want this competition over
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
saudi say, opportunities for companies around the globe. china is evaluating the status of their president, the ruling communist party has made him china's most powerful ruler in decades. the moves come at the close of twice a decade congress governing alongside rank and file party members. it comes just five years into his reign as leader. when we come back here to the white house, the panel reacts to republicans turning on each other over trump. >> because politics can make us silent when we should speak and silence could equal complicity, i have children and grandchildren to answer to end so, mr. president, i will not be complicit or silent. >> based on previous statements and certainly based on the lack of support that he has from the people of arizona, it's probably a good move. >> do you think he's debasing the nation? >> i don't think there's any question. >> when he gets that he's going to hit back and i think senator corker knows that and he's maybe trying to get a headline or two on his way out the door. >> pretty remarkable day with two republican senators speaking out
PBS
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. that does not include this year's hurricanes and the california wildfires. in china, the ruling communist party enshrined xi jinping today as the nation's most powerful ruler in decades. the party congress in beijing elevated xi to the same rank as mao zedong, founder of the chinese communist state. xi called for total devotion to creating a modern, powerful china by mid-century. >> ( translated ): the whole party should closely unite around the party central committee, uphold the banner of socialism with chinese characteristics, persist in reform and innovation, work hard and lead the chinese people of all ethnic groups to strive for the goals set by the 19th national congress. >> woodruff: xi has crusaded against official corruption during his first five years in power. more than one million officials have been investigated. u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson is urging pakistan to drive out taliban militants and other extremists. he carried that appeal to a meeting today with pakistan's prime minister and army chief in islamabad. a day earlier, he had made surprise stops in
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 5:59pm EDT
to buy a kubota manufactured in china or japan, ok, you can write that off in 10 years. in other words a positive encouragement for american made equipment. just one of many, many examples as we bring down the corporate tax rate, we build into it very specific things to build the american economy. there are other things and certainly the wages are part of this, r&d and other element well, democrats want to engage with our republican colleagues n that kind of tax reform. on the personal income tax side, we're willing to talk about tax rates. but we don't want to see the tax cut benefit go to the super wealthy that are already doing extraordinarily well. we want that benefit to go to the working men and women of america. we can expand their deductibles. republicans are talking about that, but it's done in a limited way. and when you add back into it the elimination of state and local income tax and other things that they are talking about doing, it turns out that a very limited number of middle income and low income taxpayers are going to benefit and many will find their taxes go u
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 10:45pm BST
ticked the box. and also in the f t, china, this communist party congress, and president xijinping, and carrie gracie, are china editor was saying he is the new red emperor, he is the new chairman mao. and his name has been written into the chinese communist party constitution, which is a big deal. mao zedong is the only other person who has been in his lifetime written into the constitution. i don't know enough about china, but i find that fairly reassuring in the sense that president xi seems to be a fairly capitalist moderniser. running, ennis party! who is bringing china into 21st—century. 21st—ce ntury. we were 21st—century. we were rather that they were democratic and liberal and respected human rights, especially in tibet, but the system seems to be working, and it is extraordinary have this huge comres party congress in a country with more billionaires than america, apparently. it is fascinating. one of the things i also find interesting is that it seems like mr xi has not pointed any officials young enough to be a guaranteed success as a president, anatomy would soon
PBS
Oct 24, 2017 2:30pm PDT
party congress in beijing. china editor carrie gracie sent this report. favor, raisee in your hands. against?" "none." "none." "unanimous." more than 2000 communists, and not a single vote against. xi jinping fought on socialism with chinese characteristics for a new era. it is a third chapter for communist china. mao united the country. his successor made it rich. xi intends to make it strong. it is all a long way from where he spent his teenage years as a farmer. xi jinping had been born into the communist elite, but sent to the countryside when mao purged his father. that was then, this is now. china on the up, and xi promising quality of life at home and superpower status abroad. >> we want our lives to get better, and we want a strong country. >> xi jinping is very tough. compared to other leaders, he is great. carrie: xi believes in control. the party's control of the public. his own control of the party. and a campaign of fear to silence rivals. >> xi jinping has acquired more authority and power, and the chinese communist party has taken a step away from collective leadershi
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 2:30pm PDT
is set to join the highest ranks of china's revolution leaders his status the close of the ninety. communist party congress in beijing has been raised alongside that of deng xiaoping. and even that of the most famous chinese leader mao tse tung. she's. elevation all hinged on his new socialist philosophy this now becomes a guiding principle. the chinese society and will be enshrined in the country's. constitutes. it was indeed. some of the business cate we to join the study in saudi arabia which is unveiling its vision. of the future at an international investment conference fascinating for so like so many visions of the future it does seem to include drones and under an. at driverless cars is all part of the kingdom's efforts to died versifi its economy so that it's less reliant on the oil industry. powerful powerful crown prince vowed to make saudi society more moderate and open and a predicate extremism. and he also announced plans to build a new high tech city and business zone along the red sea. luke shrago explains. i also approve new independent economic zone three times th
DW
Oct 24, 2017 11:30pm CEST
us i live in china before i'm french but doesn't is a very good place to raise a family. and i know if it was my son media. germany's lower house of parliament met for the first time on tuesday since elections in september the far right a.f.d. party made their first appearance in the bundestag finance minister.
CNN
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm PDT
have to depend upon to really bring china to the table to do the things that need to be done, back channelling in some cases to north korea. when you knee cap that effort, you really move our country into a binary choice which could lead to a world war. so, yes, i want him to support diplomatic efforts. not embarrass and really malign efforts that are underway to try to get some kind of diplomatic solution here and i think most people would agree with that. >> what does it say, gloria, when the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, a republican, says the republican president of the united states could lead the u.s. to world war iii, as he said before. suggested it once again today. it represents a threat to u.s. national security. >> so the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee believes that the president of the united states is dangerous. that's what it says. it says that he believes that this president could get us involved in a world war. and this is coming from a republican. this is not coming from bernie sanders or hillary clinton for that matter. th
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
in the western pacific led by the uss theodore roosevelt. china is key ally in his plan to isolate north korea. but they're at odds with most of their neighbors over military expansion in the south china sea. defense secretary jim mattis is meeting with counterparts in the phil leans trying to coordinate efforts to contain pyongyang. >> what do you if you wake up and find out your hometown just ranked as one of the worst places in the country to live? one website placed two cities in our area in the best of the worst. but our hank flynn says, he's not buying it. ♪ >> there's no activities, there's no programs. there's no events. there's nothing to keep people going. >> reporter: hey it's hank. i'm up in the hilltop neighborhood of wilmington delaware which recently earned the distinction of being name the tenth worst city to live in in the nation. my take is, what good are lists like that any way and how would the people know? is statistics mainly compilation of poverty, jobs, education, viral violent crime. that last one a wilmington occurs. >> i agree with that only because the
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
pocket and you're in china, you can buy lots of stuff. if you have fiat currency, you have a country where you can spend that currency. go ahead >> professor, it's tim seymour isn't the argument that ultimately you are able to transact it in new york, there's a rate you're going to exchange and you won't know what that amount is until you lock in at that time? that's no different than what brian is saying in any currency. i would add, currencies are expected speculated in all the time >> to me the definition of investing is there has to be a value out there. you can trade in currencies, you can trade on commodities, you can trade on collectibles. currencies can be traded on. they can't be invested in. >> can i ask the bottom line, professor? this is what people really want to know. can you see a scenario, if you view this as a currency, can you see a scenario where this actually just implodes, this is a fraud like the tulip bulb mania, it will end badly because people investing or trading in bitcoin, whatever you want to call it, that's their biggest fear given the huge run-up >> i c
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm EDT
potential implications for apple's bottom line. airbnb's unexpected vacancy. the china ceo walks away after just four months of the helm. what it means for the home sharer's future in beijing. and the first steps to increase advertising accountability begins on capitol hill. first, with the release of the iphone x around the corner, nikkei reporting initial shipments expected to total 20 million units of iphones this year. originally they forecasted 40 million. apple has struggled to fix a lead screen, 3-d sensors. what exactly is going on behind the scenes and what is it mean for the release and apple's upcoming earning report? i want to bring in cory johnson and alex webb, who covers apple for us. what we believe to be true based on this nikkei report? alex: there are big innovations. screen and the 3-d sensor array at the top of the phone. they had supply issues. they reported problems with the 3-d sensor. there was also the thing that identifies and matches your face. they had problems in the supply chain. that points to the fact they have struggled to get through those issues. on
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 10:00pm BST
tonight at ten. china's president xijinping becomes the country's most powerful leaderfor a generation. his name and political philosophy have been added to the communist party's constitution, an honour only given to two previous leaders. china has a new red emperor in xijinping and his party comrades are already calling him the helmsman and the saviour of socialism. so what does mr xi's consolidation of power mean for china, and the west? also tonight. the retailer brighthouse is to pay out nearly £15 million in compensation to customers who'd signed hire purchase deals they couldn't afford. a briton who went to syria to fight against the so—called islamic state has been killed. there's trouble on the streets of kenya ahead of a court ruling on whether this week's rerun of the presidential election will go ahead. and gina miller, who took on the government over brexit, is named the most influential black briton of the year. it's ok to be who you are because it will make you a success, not in spite of it. and coming up on sportsday on bbc news. jesse lingard's on song for
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:30pm BST
enshrine president xi's name and ideology in the constitution, it's being hailed as a new era for china. and on the other side of the atlantic, president trump is heckled by a protester , and comes under renewed attack from a senior member of his own party. it isa it is a sad place for our nation, and the worst is going to be just the whole debasing of our nation. and the worst is going to be just the whole debasing of our nationlj have children and grandchildren to answer to, have children and grandchildren to answerto, and so, mr president, i will not be complicit or silent. the fate of the re—run of kenya's presidential election is — once again — back here in the supreme court — two days before polls are due to open. and isjihad a suitable name for a french child, given the country has suffered the worst terror attacks in western europe in the last few years? a prosecutor has to decide. welcome to outide source. let's go back to one of our main stories — the chinese president xi jinping becoming as powerful as mao zedong. as you might imagine, it's dominated domestic covera
DW
Oct 24, 2017 10:00pm CEST
solved and that's possible here on site i believe in the us i needed china before i'm french but doesn't is a very good place to raise a family. and i love it was my somebody. this is d.w. news live from berlin tonight germany's new parliament convenes the first item of business of keeping the political order and the political peace parliament today elected former finance minister votes on short lead to preside over what will likely be some of the stormy debate of right wing populist a if the party was elected to parliament on a promise to disrupt the establishment also coming up calls for an international investigation into the murder of the maltese journalist deafening believe she won praise and criticism for exposing government corruption today the european parliament held a minute of silence to remember her life and her work and at the last russian's ours and for a bit in love the new film matilda tells the story of tsar nicholas the second's affair with a ballerina and it's already sparking a violent reaction. i'm brink off it's good to have you with us germany's newly elect
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm BST
enshrine president xi's name and ideology in the constitution, it's being hailed as a new era for china. treason! trump on the other side of the atlantic, president trump is heckled by a protester, and comes under attack from two senior members of his own party. it's a sad place for the nation and the sad thing is the debasing of the nation. i have grandchildren to answer two and so, mr president, i will not be complicit or silent. the fate of the re—run of kenya's presidential election is — once again — back here in the supreme court — two days before polls are due and, isjihad a suitable name for a french child, given the country has suffered the worst terror attacks in western europe in the last few years? a prosecutor has to decide. welcome to outside source. a senior member of the us republican party has unleashed a scathing attack on donald trump. senator bob corker didn't hold back, saying president trump has difficulty telling the truth, isn't a good role model for children and is debasing america. here he is on cbs. i've got to know the president in a very unique way ov
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 10:32pm +03
withdrawing military aid from mammal everett's treatment of range of muslims. and a new era for china political thought becomes enshrined in the constitution and then move that samantha power even further. hello welcome to international weather forecast across eastern parts of europe we've got this area of low pressure which is causing some real problems at the moment a line of thunderstorms extending into western parts of turkey meanwhile across more northwestern areas who got these frontal systems pushing in across the u.k. and through into or scandinavia further towards a science working relatively dry and fine across the iberian peninsula and parts of france sunshine there temperatures into the twenty's now further north looking pretty wet and windy winds shooting through the baltic region and some colder share with it too cold but still across more eastern areas and there's that low pressure center is slowly filling so the energy of the storms gradually decreasing with time through into thursday storms obadiah that stage this frontal system pushing up against cold air is going to
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 3:30pm EDT
. ♪ julia: in china, the communist party national congress is wrapping up, and president xi's hold on power has never looked stronger. >> it is an arcane piece of chinese political theater. this assignment elevates him to the level of mao zedong. it says his influence extends potentially for decades to come. now our attention switches to wednesday, around 11:45. that is where we are expecting the politburo standing committee to be unveiled. likely, seven men will follow the president onto the stage and the red carpet. that will show you how successful president she has been. that is both for the politburo and the standing committee. we will get a clear idea of who is going to be directing his policy agenda, both domestically and internationally. tom mackenzie, bloomberg, beijing. at a chart that gives you perspective on the economic challenges facing china. the white line is u.s. dollar-based gdp. the red line is china total debt. for a long time, they marched steadily together, most years up through 2013. adp was higher than that. in the last couple of years, we have seen total debt
the site i believe in the us so even china before i'm french but doesn't is a very good place to raise a family. and i know if it was my for media. this is d.w. news live from berlin tonight germany's new parliament convenes the first item of business of keeping the political order and the political peace.
CNBC
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm EDT
goal markets like the states but also brazil but also china and japan are coming back to europe and right now the business in europe is very good and the economy is better the optimism is better, especially in france and we see an increase of travel from europe for business but also for leisure so it's a pretty good environment for business right now. >> we're in a very, very low interest rate environment. stating the obvious. and if things are going to be picking up, the central banks around the world are going to be raising rates here does that put a crimp on your business at some point >> it means that we for air france-klm, we have decreased in a tremendous way our depth so we are not as vulnerable as we used to do. we had an increase in capital. we are converting convertible loans in capital so our debt now is totally sustainable and we can be an increase of the interest rates >> mr. janaillac, thank you for joining us jean marc janaillac the ceo of air france-klm >> don't you want your flight attendants wearing sneakers and don't you want vr and -- >> i just want to be on time
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 8:00pm BST
. xijinping consolidates his control of china as the communist party enshrines his name and ideology into its constitution. and a collection of portraits by the french master paul cezanne go on display this week in london. good evening and welcome to bbc news. the european council president donald tusk has urged members of the european parliament to stick together, or, as he put it, "face defeat." brexit, he said is the eu's toughest stress—test, and the eu must not be divided at any cost. mr tusk also said the outcome of the brexit talks is "up to london", and that abandoning the decision to leave the eu is still an option for the uk. our europe correspondent damian grammaticas reports. with just a year until a brexit deal has to be done, the eu side is deeply uncertain about how this process will end, — with an organised deal or a chaotic split. huge challenges ahead, said donald tusk. ahead of us is still the toughest stress test. if we fail it, the negotiations will end in our defeat. donald tusk is no fan of brexit. he even hopes it may not happen. but he says success or failure
DW
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm CEST
presidential election. china's ruling communist party has confirmed president xi jinping as its most powerful leader in decades by adding his name and his ideology to the country's constitution at the end of the party's five year or five year early congress delegates voted unanimously to include being thought as a guiding principle giving president xi the same level of prominence as party founder dawn and perhaps marking the start of a new era for the country. pulling ahead of the pack the chinese team leads the fleet at the world's most challenging ocean sailing event the volvo ocean race that's also where chinese leaders she seem ping wants to see his country as a global leader it's among the goals outlined in president shimon ping's a broad vision now enshrined in the country's constitution to get there she has pledged to navigate china into a new era of global power and influence. and now please submit your vote for those who agree raise your hand more than twenty three hundred delegates voted unanimously to add she's name and ideology to the party's charter cementing his grip on
FOX
Oct 24, 2017 12:00pm PDT
region. >> reporter: a major regional power is absent from the meeting, china. a key ally in president trump's plan to isolate north korea. they are at odds with most of their neighbors over military expansion in the south tryon is the which the u.s. says it will fight against. >> we have to have a keen interest in making sure to protect international right, freedom of navigation. i think that will continue. >> reporter: critics say the moves are needlessly escalating tensions and the focus should be on restarting six party denuclearization talks. at the white house is defending the president's foreign policy as a break from past mistakes. >> we need to let the president take the lead on this. putting pressure on north korea. this is a president who wants to be aggressive and take action. >> reporter: president trump is expected to push china on north korea and the child was not -- south china sea issue during his fit to asia next month. >>> we stepped outside today and it was surprisingly warm already and it's only going to get hotter today for everyone. how long is this going to last
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 2:15pm EDT
borrowed. of the $20 trillion we owe, china holds $1 trillion of that. and all this might be said and you might say, we just have to help people. you're worrying too much and you have to talk about details. all the money is being well-spent. if you look back at money that's been spent before in disasters, guess what? people replace everything, including things that weren't broken. i remember in katrina a family that was hold up in a beachside resort for weeks, taxpayer money. they couldn't put them up across the street for about $60 or $50 a night. they were staying in a $400-a-night beachside resort with government money, with fema money. i think we have to low-income at how well -- i think we have to look at how well government spends money. you want an example of how well government spend money? last year we had some great signs -- there was a lot of great taxpayer-funded signs going on. they wanted to study whether or not neil armstrong when he set foot o on the money, when he sad one small step for mankind or whether he said one small step for a man? so it was either one small step f
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 2:07pm EDT
back and we must watch for copycats china, north korea and isis. most immediately the challenge to the american people's political sovereignty and the first amendment values of transparency in politics requires updating campaign finance laws for the internet age. congress should include paid ads on the internet and the definition of election communications which requires disclosure of expenditures above $10,000 on ads that mention candidates. this would have two benefits. it would expand the ban on foreign spending, and it would increase transparency around online ads making information about who is paying for them publicly available. in addition, online platforms should be required to maintain public files of political ads. that would extend to the internet, the federal communications commission requirement that broadcasters maintain a public file of political ads and online platforms along with other businesses that sell ads should be required to make efforts to prevent political ads from being sold to foreign nationals. all these are present in the honest ads act. moving beyond
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm BST
: how president xi cemented his spot at the top of china's communist party. testing the limits of artistic freedom. a controversial new film on tsar nicolas ii finally hits screens in russia after months of bitter protest. get in touch with us using the hashtag 'beyond—one—hundred—days' hello and welcome, i'm katty kay in washington and christian fraser is in london. president trump has difficulty telling the truth, he's not a good role model for children and he is debasing america. those aren't ours views, they are not the views of a democrat, those are the opinions of a top republican in washington. senator bob corker is retiring next year but until then he is speaking his mind on the subject of donald trump. the powerful chairman of the foreign relations committee gave a series of interviews on us tv today in which he came close to saying he doesn't even fully trust mr trump with the nuclear codes. it's not the first time the two men have tangled, but it is the most explosive. here he is earlier today. it's a sad place from my perspective for our nation and i think the wo
DW
Oct 24, 2017 8:00pm CEST
spotty congress back his vision for china's future. young somalis say enough is enough a generation that has grown up with civil war is now organizing for peace after the deadliest bomb attack in the country's history and he will hear from a journalist who has been following the situation. in the last russian's us pursue to forbid love while putting he's thrown at risk the film matilda tells the story of sonic less three seconds effect with a ballerina called and said love and meryl tell us about the fondant reaction the film spot. i'm phil gayle welcome to the program. germany's newly elected parliament has convened for the first time since last month's elections and with more parliamentary groups on the right wing and have tea party represented for the first time it will not be business as usual one of the of the stock's first tasks was to elect a new parliamentary president. it now falls to parliament's longest serving member to keep things under control with elected president of the understudy the politician from chancellor merkel's party called for calm proceedings amid debate
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm +03
muslims plus. cheating pings political fallout is in shrine china's constitution cementing his status as one of the most powerful leaders in the country's history. in sports town and police are investigating anti semitic behavior by let's see our friends called officials have visited at rome's main synagogue to apologize off to france to face their own stadium with anti semitic slogans. a fair warm welcome to the news hour the u.n. secretary general has touched down in central african republic his first visit there since he took office in january and tonio good sarah says the trip is to draw attention to violence there which he says is so often ignored by the world's media in august the un warned that violent clashes in the country could soon become genocide let's go live to nicholas hong who is in the capital hi there nicholas so the u.n. secretary general wants to see more boots on the ground. that's right he wants nine hundred additional troops here in central african republic last week he said that this country was on the verge of ethnic cleansing we're talking about christ
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm EDT
china under the leadership of xi jingping? we will get more details. this is bloomberg. ♪ is this a phone? or a little internet machine? it makes you wonder: shouldn't we get our phones and internet from the same company? that's why xfinity mobile comes with your internet. you get up to 5 lines of talk and text at no extra cost. so all you pay for is data. see how much you can save. choose by the gig or unlimited. xfinity mobile. a new kind of network designed to save you money. call, visit, or go to xfinitymobile.com. julia: 3:00 p.m. in new york, 12:00 a.m. in san francisco, and 8:00 p.m. in london. "bloombergome to markets." julia: we are live from bloomberg world headquarters in new york. here are the top stories on the bloomberg and around the world. the feud between president trump over taxor bob corker reform, raising concerns about the gop's path to a tax overhaul. -- a gathering in china laying the groundwork for xi jingping to seal policy for decades. we will discuss it with atul lele from deltec international. ahead -- davidd solomon says he sees good economic growth glob
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm EDT
have a better grasp of economics than i do, trish, china hasn't done as much as it can do or could do, but china is running up against own limitations, kim jong-un has slipped a leash, no question about it. trish: let me go back to that for a second. i keep hearing that our intelligence is not that great on north korea but china's is pretty darn good, they knew his family well and know him decently well, they have more intelligence on him than we would ever hope to have. would you agree with that? >> i would agree they have better intelligence than we do. i don't think they have perfect intelligence by any means, this is such an opaque regime, china knows better than we do. china made the classic mistake in thinking can you make a cobra a pet. snakes don't make good pets, and they really are at their own wit's end by how to resolve this without regime change in north korea. trish: do you think that's what's needed? regime change? can you actually get that? >> well, the best way, of course, would be internally, a coup, but that's extremely unlikely, we can hope for it but kim jong-u
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
year but it expires in november eleven countries backed the proposal china abstained. the u.s. says it's considering sanctions against myanmar as top military officials over there targeting a bridge in jammu slim's washington also says it's withdrawing military aid from me and mar army units and officers involved in the violence the un's accused me in moscow army of ethnic cleansing the military denies the claims. kenya's top court is going to hear a last minute demand to suspend thursday's we one of the presidential election comes as kenyan police fired tear gas and warning shots to break up a group opposition protesters in the capital nairobi activists say a free and fair election can't be guaranteed after opposition leader and rile a didn't get an answer he would boycott the vote unless electoral reforms are put in place. you know up today those are your top stories stay with al-jazeera up next it's inside story see you later. pakistan gets a warning from the us to do more to stop aiding groups secretary of state rex tillerson is on his first visit to islamabad at a time when the
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 6:30pm BST
consolidates his control of china, as the communist party enshrines his name and ideology into its constitution. in the last few minutes, the us president was met with calls saying "trump is treason" along with leaflets thrown showing the russian flag as he arrived inside capital hill for lunch with republican senators. in a moment, it will be time for sportsday but first a look at what else is coming up this evening on bbc news. in half an hour's time, beyond 100 days looks into one republican senator's blistering attack on president donald trump. bob corker says the president is "utterly untruthful" and isn't a good role model for children. at 8:30, we'll be talking to personal finance expert jasmine birtles about the rent—to—own retailer brighthouse, who've been ordered to pay customers millions of pounds in compensation. and in the papersjust after 10:30, we'll be talking tojohn rentoulfrom the independent and dia chakravarty from the telegraph about tomorrow's front pages. that's all ahead on bbc news. now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. time for sportsday. hello and welcome to s
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 8:00pm +03
percent of the boats arrive from china zero those on board are mainly north africans so they are economic migrants who have no chance of getting residency that's why they arrive in this way that it want to be recognized we know little about them and they have total freedom here. eighty boats are now stranded here including this one that could have never made it across the sea alone authorities suspect a large mothership somewhere at sea this patching migrants in smaller numbers people here call these the goes boat it takes twenty four hours from the minute they leave tunisia to when they're arriving here in sicily and during that time these boats go completely undetected the minute they're arrived on shore the people on board this person as quickly as possible and nobody knows how many they are who they are where they come from or where they're going to. this is the usual pattern running along the beach towards the hills and from there onward to the mainland all this trying to evade security forces but with little or no control there is concern that i still could be using this ro
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