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minister of agriculture. of state mike pompeo later this week. with kim jong un was off. are gathering pace. the issues surrounding the off—again, on—again summit. report, but... at the center for international and security studies at maryland.
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in new york between kim yong—chol and mike pomeo. we understand that the two will be meeting later today in new york. meeting later today in new york. to understand exactly when the summit will officially take place. summit will officially take place. light to know whether or not it is going to happen. going to happen. this is what she said a short time ago. it. of momentum for diplomacy at the moment.
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figure. attend talks of these nature? vessel that killed 46 people. recent diplomatic offensive from the beginning of the year. do you think the summit will go ahead? not dismiss the possibility that it will happen on the 12th ofjune. what do you think the likely
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outcome would be? how realistic will that be? so what we will see is an outcome that is more modest. traditionally an isolated, secretive state. state. minutes‘ time about what is life —— what is life is really like. what is life is really like.
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trump who is holding a rally in tennessee. tennessee. be doing in singapore on the 12th of june. we will wait to find out. is the scene in nashville as a packed crowd awake. packed crowd awake. carries her hit sitcom has decided to cancel her show. to cancel her show. of the show, interesting to see if he will comment. he will comment. we will bring you that when he comes on stage, live. critic of president putin has been killed in ukraine. where he had been living in self—imposed exile.
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caroline rigby has more. arkady babchenko was one of russia's best—known investigative journalist. best—known investigative journalist. and feared for his life in his own country. country. the 41—year—old was shot and fatally wounded. wounded. gunfire and found her husband lying in a pool of his own blood. in a pool of his own blood. been shot in his back and died in an ambulance a short time later. ambulance a short time later. course, it's about finding out who was behind it. was behind it. and, as i've said, it's too early to say. it's too early to say. babchenko had hosted a programme on the ukrainian channel, 80 are tv. the ukrainian channel, 80 are tv.
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this is how the station broke the news of his death. news of his death. ukraine who told the world the truth about russian aggression. about russian aggression. investigation is now under way into mr babchenko's death. mr babchenko's death. say it points to a targeted murder relating to his work as journalist. in a suspected terror attack in the city of liege. he was later shot dead by police. and some reports suggest he was on a police watchlist. and a warning, it does contain some flash photography. gunfire mid—morning and suddenly confusion. 0n boulevard d'avroy, people scrambled to get away.
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were on the scene. passenger in a passing car, too. and taken a hostage. it all ended. police advance from the left. but look at the centre of the screen! the attacker runs out firing. he was shot by police on the spot. at least one of the officers was injured in this exchange. and this footage was taken seconds later by another witness. they shot him dead, the man says. this man lives by the school and heard it all happen. translation: i saw the police, the ambulances. it was impossible to go outside. this nine—year—old boy was playing in
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the school courtyard. teachers told the children to escape by a back door. translation: the man grabbed our concierge, bob. then the police fired. we all ran away. everyone was crying. survived, too. a city of almost 200,000, an hour east of brussels. police are treating it as a terrorist incident. delivering multiple blows from his knife. the officers, who died on the spot. young man who was in it. why this attacker assaulted the policewomen with such ferocity. he had no known links to
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radicalism or terrorism. radicalised in prison. that in itself would fit a pattern with previous attacks. damian grammaticas, bbc news, liege. will listen in the us president, donald trump. —— and across to nashville.
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thank you, thank you, wow. 0h, do we know —— love nashville? do we love tennessee? we love tennessee. thank you. what a crowd. want to thank you and trays atkins, who was incredible. who was incredible. want to thank you very much, trace, it was fantastic. it was fantastic. tennessee, and that is what it is, a great state. great state. american music, and i mean incredible music. i love country music. music. thousands of hard—working american patriots.
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of your wonderful tennessee republican leaders. this feels just like before our election. election. this is a big crowd of people, a lot of people. a lot of people. people. everything, and they are still coming in. we love you. thank you. and we are producing for you, we're really producing. you, we're really producing. politician, can you imagine, the word politician? word politician? i never thought that was going to happen. that was going to happen. i don't even like it. even like it.
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said i was going to produce, and we are only one and a half years in. chairman, he's done a greatjob, scott golden. scott? and lieutenant governor randy mcnally. randy, thank you. thank you randy, thank you scott. scott. from your house delegation we have david kustoff. thank you, david. scott, thank you. diame black. diana. where is diane? she is in a big race. good luck, diame. and jimmy, right,jimmy? and jimmy, right, jimmy? and jimmy, right,jimmy? jimmy,
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right,jimmy? to do really well, he's an incredible guy. incredible guy. him at the time, this was before the election. election. and tennessee has early voting, right? very early. you know, mr trump, then it wasn't mr president, it was mr trump. mr president, it was mr trump. know, i've never seen anything like it. it. said i have never seen anything like it. really early voting in tennessee.
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tennessee. if the rest of the country is like tennessee, right, jimmy? tennessee, right, jimmy? like tennessee, you are going to win this election very easily. this election very easily. all kept hearing, he can't get to 270. you need 270 in the electoral college. there is no way to 270. they were right. 306. where is no way to do so. way to do so. had to find one, because i believed the fake news that was wrong. the fake news that was wrong. there they are, right back there. they are fake. look how many of them. look how many. oh, boy.
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that's a lot of people back there. that's a lot of people. fake news. we're also very grateful to be joined by senator lamar alexander. joined by senator lamar alexander. and senator bob caulker. and she's going to win, marsha blackburn. marcia,,
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persecond. —— marsha, come up for a second. us republican marsha blackburn in her bid for the us senate. her bid for the us senate. we will take a short break. take a short break. still to come: what is life like in north korea? what is life like in north korea? regime. also on the programme...
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form of a brain tumour. famine relief in africa. will be thousands of queues started forming at seven azm. fans broke out of their area and into the juve ntus enclosure. fans broke out of their area and into the juventus enclosure. into the juventus enclosure. the belgian police have lost control. today, the father of indian independence. than 4,500 episodes. the planet. girls. i don't believe it. girl power.
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not geri. why? this is newsday on the bbc. i'm rico hizon in singapore. i'm babita sharma in london. our top stories. between trump and kim jong un. has her hit series cancelled, after sending racist tweets. the makers of a rival game, claiming their idea was stolen. to a court in south korea. both games have attracted millions of players.
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that story is popular on bbc. for the summit to take place in singapore. singapore. opening up a notoriously isolated and secretive state. ordinary people in north korea, and this is our exclusive report. this is our exclusive report. government wields total control through information. through information. country and they have no access to the internet. the internet. to put questions to two ordinary north koreans. north koreans. communication, so we have changed their names and voices. their names and
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voices. is a market trader who lives with her husband and two daughters. her husband and two daughters. and the country's notorious labour camps. them spies. they make up stories for their own performance. to go to china and then report them. here there are a lot of government captures. people are arrested and taken away. people cannot survive in the prison camps. they unconditionally beat you. do extreme labour. once you go there, you are no longer a citizen. i think this terror is what keeps society going. criticise the regime and it carries severe punishment. takes away our
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money a lot. up money like a vampire. is increasing. people dead when the state could not fond of the ration system. fond of the ration system. response, black markets emerged across the country. across the country. the regime reluctantly allowing the capitalist trade to grow. capitalist trade to grow. them, portions of the population would once again starve. matter we do. many people want things to continue the way it is. west. america for everyone to have a better life. i am not sure what foreigners think about north korea.
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there is only north koreans here. i myself hope to live well without envy. which can cause mastitis, ear infections and severe pneumonia. its human population. because it's relatively isolated from the rest of the world. eradicate the disease. to do everything we can to try and eradicate this. it is a fairly harsh intervention but a necessary one.
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what is the government timetable in eradicating 150,000 cows? more than that over a 10—year period. years to knock down the infection load across the country. those animals, we can eradicate it over time. why such a long period of time? between two or ten years? can it not be done in a year? animals is a big challenge.
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animals were infected. cull those. economy by culling 150,000 or more cows? that is over a 10—year period. year. thanks for being with us.
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goodbye. of man and in the highlands, scotland with 27 celsius yet again. it's drier towards the north—west, wetter in the south. closer to lower pressure and the spiralling bands of cloud. into the south—east and east anglia. england, the midlands and across towards wales. and maybe see some late sunshine. thundery rain and more cloud the eastern scotland. lovely day for northern ireland too. this rain will continue to drift its way northwards.
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showers perhaps heading toward scotland and northern ireland. not much wind to move things around. still humid air, so temperatures of 12 to 1a degrees. maybe the odd shower. and towards east anglia as well. possibility of some more localised flooding too. bit further north. should be generally dry. there will be some sunshine around, very warm and muggy air. we will get some slow—moving, heavy and
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thundery downpours. and northern ireland for a while. here on saturday. for most of england and wales, it might be dry. in the low to mid 20s once again. thunderstorms remains. the weather pattern not changing significantly.
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