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not quite so hot in the north but essentially no change to the current warm sunny essentially no change to the current warm sunny spell. the look and outside source. we will begin with the us because there has been a shooting in the city of annapolis maryland. reports are that several people have been killed and we will bring you up—to—date shortly. and could have been beaten 1-0 shortly. and could have been beaten 1—0 by belgium at the world cup. both teams knew they were through to the knockout stages. england will face columbia next. belgium will face columbia next. belgium will face the japanese. he was angela merkel, she and the other eu leaders are in brussels for their summit. the prime ministerfor italy are in brussels for their summit. the prime minister for italy has been holding out for any agreement until there's a shift for how the burden of taking and migrants is a shared. we would hear about new research that tells us that grows in the pacific ocean are even more clever we realised. just over half an hour ago this copy
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came into the bbc newsroom from afp telling a single data newsroom shooting and maryland capital annapolis according to multiple reports. this is where the capital gazette newspapers office is in you can see a annapolis marked there and maryland and if we go in much more closely you can see that we have marked the building in question. we also have pictures taken from a helicopter showing some people walking out of the building being guided by police officers with their hands up. let's bring in the bbc‘s paul blake was following this story from new york. thanks forjoining us. from new york. thanks forjoining us. i have some of the details we have, what else can you add? details are still coming in —— it's been the
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past two minutes we're learning about it. lots of injuries simply say that there has been a shooting at the capital gazette newspaper in maryland. they say they have taken one suspect into custody and working to secure the scene and searching the scene for any other threats that could persist there. they are also saying cbs news are it is reporting that four people have been killed. we have not confirmed that an police are searching the scene as i said now. more about capital gazette, the newspaper it's a theatre newspaper for the baltimore sun is a big region are it's a cloning of talent and a small little town. very affluent, very small and leafy town in maryland. details coming in because it's very early into this incident. he mentioned one person is in custody.
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do we know of the incident as a whole is still ongoing? police are still searching the scene and they don't know if it was a single shooter or if it was a single suspect that her after or if there was some other thread. we have seen the past could have been notjust the past could have been notjust the shooting but potentially some other form of threat incident may be some search going on by the police to secure the building looking for anyone else still injured and who had may have been killed. please come back if you get anything extra. all from new york. colleagues from the bbc newsroom working on a story and when details come to us we will share it with you. in the meantime let's turn to the world cup. every day has brought excitement this week. it was i— 02 belgian and they become top of group g. near the team needed to win as they both knew they we re needed to win as they both knew they were through to the knockout stages. here is the winning goal in the
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second half. we can show you the footage yet, because we don't have the rights. the winner of that game will go on to play sweden and switzerland. after that game for whoever wins brazil may be lurking. tunisia and panama also played their final match in group g. they both knew they were going home so this was very much for pride and there again you can see stills. tunisia ended up winning this one too— one although they went down to the panamanians although they went down to the pa namanians first of although they went down to the panamanians first of all. another big story today and probably the big story of the day is that senegal are out. this is not their game. this is poland going up againstjapan and even though japan poland going up againstjapan and even thouthapan lost poland going up againstjapan and even though japan lost they poland going up againstjapan and even thouthapan lost they had done enough across the three games not because of how the other game went.
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this was senegal coming year ago, senegal up against colombia. colombia scored that brilliant header and went on to win the game. japan had the same number of points as senegal, the same goal difference as senegal, the same goal difference as senegal, the same goal difference as senegal and so the whole thing went to yellow cards. and, the senegalese have had more yellow cards than the japanese and so japan goes through. that's bring in foster. i was disappointed to not be able to watch the whole game because i was on air during the show, but it does not look like i was missing too much. there were 17 combined changes between belgium and england. read into that what you will. obviously great that some of those are fringe players and the second string could get to say that they could play in a world cup match because there was very little writing on it sort of.
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obviously the two paths that you mentioned there, belgian winning that group on points and they were just behind england on the fairplay table and that's how senegal missed out ina table and that's how senegal missed out in a group because of yellow cards. belgian winning through what was a lovely goal. that means that their world cup routes is a really tough one if they're going to go deeper in this tournament. you mentioned the fact that they have japan andjapan mentioned the fact that they have japan and japan have had no great shakes. they squeezed through because of less yellow cards. it could be brazil, mexico and then the big guns. take your pick from uruguay. argentina, france as well and also at the top of their portrait all, that is such a tough routes to the final by england finishing second and has heard from gareth and he said we have disappointed them because we like winning football matches, but put
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that to one side with momentum and all that. finishing second plane columbia yes, that's going to be a tough one and sweden and switzerland possibly in the quarterfinal. one of thoseif possibly in the quarterfinal. one of those if they get past columbia and then take your pick from four teams from which spain is probably the toughest in that possible semi final opponent. we're getting ahead of ourselves in there as well, but my word, that is a much easier path if england are going to get closer to the final and the belgians mayjust regret winning that. in terms of the players turning off for england who may feature in the next match who would you pick out of worthy of note? marcus ratchford was given a run out and obviously there was the big push for him to actually start in front of sterling. we saw above ca pta i ns in front of sterling. we saw above captains rested in that match harry kane was a surprise because he is
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top of the golden boot race at the moment with five goals. he wants to add to that and a man who loves the scoring goals. ratchford has a couple of chances and i'm not sure what gareth would have made from his performance. jamie vardy what gareth would have made from his performance. jamie va rdy started what gareth would have made from his performance. jamie vardy started as well as he is quick, but did he actually create anything? with iraq coming in as well in place ofjordan henderson. nobody really stood out. jordan should have done better, but he looked a little bit unsettled at times. belgian were very good even though this was a second strain. belgium was really strong and i saw them play tunisia at full strength here a couple of nights ago. that's when they had five and belgium can goa when they had five and belgium can go a long way in this tournament, but it will be tougher for them because of that side of the group they are on. despite england's saying they don't like losing matches columbia next and he could get easier. all of that with us from
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moscow as ever. get easier. all of that with us from moscow 3s ever. see get easier. all of that with us from moscow as ever. see how get easier. all of that with us from moscow as ever. see how fans are reacting with the match was held. sarah is there. nothing like the reaction we got obviously after that was the last time, but it's weird. england fans are coming out and they are relatively ok with this. the exact reasons you have been going through and they have come second in a group of the gives them an easier path. one man came up in said tactical genius, it was just what we wanted. another man as he was passing the camera said it was clear that the heart was not in it but that's fine with us. not too worried that's fine with us. not too worried that they lost this game. others are saying we wanted to win and keep momentum going and keep our side of the strongest side. belgian happy they scored the goal, but also well aware that this has given them a much tougher route they might have been hoping for. the crowds divided before the game but with the goal we nt before the game but with the goal went in there was a roar from the
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bells and fans who are bouncing and singing as you would expect it any match year. not quite the match perhaps of the fans were hoping for the bother tickets, but still both sides relatively pleased with the result. thank you very much. next to brussels because bells and has never won the world cup, but have ranked three in the world and i've already shown they are serious contenders. but to do and who is with the crowds in brussels. can you hear me?|j but to do and who is with the crowds in brussels. can you hear me? i can! just have a look around. this is now or never for them, if they can do this with a b team imagine what they can do with their star players off the bench. people playing in the top flight the bench. people playing in the top flight in the premiership in the uk.
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they did not even have to come off the bench today to achieve this win. it will be a difficult when from here on, but it's not something that they are worried about at the moment. he said it was not a priority and winning was niobrara day. the fans here, the squad that made it onto the pitch really did not share that view. they don't seem too bothered about the draw. there could be ready for all of that. the mood was not quite the same in frankfurt earlier. germany, well their team is already back home and they aren't back after losing to south korea. a lot of long faces in frankfurt. germany failing to get to the group stage is not supposed to happen but it has. the managers
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sincejust happen but it has. the managers since just after the happen but it has. the managers sincejust after the 2006 happen but it has. the managers since just after the 2006 world cup in germany and plans to collation in 12 years may be enough and we will have to see what comes to pass. one other thing to show you his christian fraser at the minute the latest summit in brussels and these pictures from earlier here we have the brussels belgian prime minister giving theresa may a president as you can giving theresa may a president as you can see giving theresa may a president as you can see she is delighted with it. and never attend bells and shirt i'm never seen the prime minister wearing a football shirt but perhaps she will don this at the summit. the background you can see emmanuel macron laughing as well. he honestly has not seen the recent french performances but all three leaders have seen their teams go to the group stages but all is well, i guess. we would hearfrom group stages but all is well, i guess. we would hear from the group stages but all is well, i guess. we would hearfrom the eu summit injusta guess. we would hearfrom the eu summit injust a moment but i should also mention that in a few minutes an outside source will return to thailand to have covered the story all week and unfortunately that group of teenage boys in a football coach has still not been found in a
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flooded cave complex and will bring you right up to date. if you have been watching on the bbc news channel you don't need me to tell you it has been quite a bit hot today. all four nations have been over 30 degrees for the first time in five years. he is james a shot at the further. this open—air swimming pool looking at has the one of the busiest destinations in scotland today. just looking across the hills on today. just looking across the hills on the other side. people have been enjoying the fantastic temperatures and the hottest of the four nations as far as we know so far. wells at a temperature of 32 points six this afternoon. glasgow just temperature of 32 points six this afternoon. glasgowjust down the coast where i am was 31 and so a little bit below wales and it's unlikely to reach the record
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temperature which was set in 1893, 125 years ago, but no doubt the people here are not too worried about that. just hoping the sun is going to last until the weekend. hi, here in the bbc newsroom. our lead story comes in the world world cup and also before i mention the world cup more important matters, the shooting we have at the newsroom in annapolis the state capital of maryland in the us. one school reports saying several people have been killed. working on this when we get more information we will bring it to you. some of the main stories from the bbc world service. the west defence secretary welcomed to beijing. china will not give up even one beijing. china will not give up even one inch of territory there might be tension between china and the us on trade and also this chinese claims to territory in the south china sea.
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these 15 people died in this fire in nairobi. started overnight and as you can nairobi. started overnight and as you can see many nairobi. started overnight and as you can see many properties were destroyed this is one of the largest open—air markets in kenya. that belgian artist has faced backlash in israel after posing nude and five we re israel after posing nude and five were the most sacred sites. she president image of herself reclining naked on a rooftop overlooking the western wall. the rabbi described the incident as grave and lamentable. let's turn to the eu summit happening in brussels at the moment and all of the leaders from the 28 members are there and there will be and has been wrangling over immigration. this is a picture we have from earlier. a roundtable from earlier. members were struggling to commence in late to sign a joint
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agreement that was acceptable to eve ryo ne agreement that was acceptable to everyone and is reported that the new italian prime minister may have been persuaded to agree on a draft conclusion, but we await confirmation of this. we also have is coming in on the newswire and this report says italy unlikely to accept eu migration deal that does not include significant increases of funds for africa. that's the italian government force. their minds the idea that has been around before the idea that has been around before the idea that has been around before the idea that you the countries in effort to persuade people do not ta ke effort to persuade people do not take on the journey. the germans have but lots of money into it the last couple of years we will be interested to see if the eu is prepared to put more money into it. albeit, angela merkel has quite literally been setting the tone for the summits with a series of state m e nts the summits with a series of statements on the migrant issue. this is one example from before she got to brussels. translation: migration could be a
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question of destiny for the european union. either we manage it in a way that africa and other countries believe that we are led by values and that we are based on multiculturalism and not just nationalism or nobody will believe in our value system that has made us so in our value system that has made us so strong. there is really important numbers behind the story. it shows the number of migrants arriving in the number of migrants arriving in the eu by sea in 2016 over 300 50,000. 2017 many fewer and the 2018 so 50,000. 2017 many fewer and the 2018 so far 44000 and you could look at the national story for italy. in 16/100 80,000. they drop in 2017. a huge drop in 2018 so far 60,000. as the huge political issue in italy at the huge political issue in italy at the moment. here's the rome
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correspondent on what the italian government wants from this visit to brussels. italy has had two main aims of the summit. the first is to get the rest of the eu to agree to share out my rhetorically to take the pressure off of front—line states like italy. this idea is likely to meet resistance from states in central and eastern europe. italy's second main aim is to get support for its plan to stop migration across the mediterranean altogether. it plans to do this by helping to build migration holding centres on the external borders of libya. we talked baddeley in numbers are falling in germany as well. over 700,000 migrants came in under 200,02017. 700,000 migrants came in under 200 , 020 17. close 700,000 migrants came in under 200,02017. close to 70,000, but just like in italy vista remains a potent political in germany. our reporter in berlin with more on
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angela merkel. she has already indicated support for migrant detention centres. she has always wa nted detention centres. she has always wanted migrant quotas and you can expect proposals to strengthen the external borders and more guards a more strict controls. angela merkel is under significant domestic pressure to toughen her own asylum policy. she needs to come back from this summit with a europe—wide strategy. is she is to see off an internal rebellion which could bring down her own government. she needs to deliver in three days which she has been trying to achieve for three yea rs. has been trying to achieve for three years. here's christian fraser at the summit in brussels. it comes down to two issues. the fight over what you would call first arrivals, so what you would call first arrivals, so those countries where the asylum seekers are arriving first they want europe to share more of that burden and then you have the battle over secondary arrivals germany saying we have got migrants coming through our borders who have claimed asylum elsewhere and that is not according
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to the rules. you are supposed to stay in the country were you first claimed asylum and the trouble is you can't solve their problem unless you can't solve their problem unless you solve italy's problem. if germany sends them back without taking a share annually loses twice over. italy is really drawing a line in the sand here and for the way into the meeting today they said it's a watershed moment. how they would one thing. i can remember going to a summit to septembers ago where we will being told about a system which had been agreed which eve ryo ne system which had been agreed which everyone was signed up for. what you're talking about now how does that fit into what had been previously set up? it doesn't end the reason for that is those countries are pretty adamant they're not going to take quotas they believe that immigration is a national issue and is not much solidarity. i suppose what they fail to do over the years is reform a law
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which is really out of date because the dublin protocol which set this rule that you claimed asylum in the country you first arrived, legislation that legislation that goes back all the way to the 19905 and back and they could not foresee that two countries, three if you include moth5 were going to take the bulk of the migration from across the mediterranean and so really the law is out of date, it needs reforming but as i say it's chicken and egg. you're not very easily going 5end migrant5 back to whence they came unle55 going 5end migrant5 back to whence they came unless you agreed to share they came unless you agreed to share the burden from a country where they arrived. theresa may has been seeking about brexit. arrived. theresa may has been seeking about brexitlj arrived. theresa may has been seeking about brexit. i look for to talking with fellow leaders about the good progress we have made the withdrawal agreement and looking forward to securing our strong future partnership which i believe is in the interest of both european union and united kingdom. winning both sides are keen to continue that work at a faster pace than we have done up till now and certainly we welcome that. there's also jacob
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rees magda, and the supporter of brexit and a leader of the conservative party. here he is online saying this. that's one perspective, here is another from the ireland that's one perspective, here is anotherfrom the ireland prime minister. the united kingdom needs to socket its red lines on his things we just can't have happened and the four freedoms of the signal market have to go together. you can't have one freedom were two freedoms or three and a half because if we were ever to agree to that than the european union would set to break up and that's something we can't ever contemplate. and here's christian. this was supposed to be the summit where they discuss concrete conclu5ion5 the summit where they discuss concrete conclusions on the border i55ue concrete conclusions on the border issue in ireland, but as we know there has been no progress on that a5 there has been no progress on that as of the whole agenda really 5hift5 to october
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as of the whole agenda really shifts to october possibly even emergency summit in november. i was working at the dates today in if you take out the dates today in if you take out the belgian summit we have probably gotjust six the belgian summit we have probably got just six weeks of negotiation left which does not give them much time. 274 days until he leading of the european union. have a business. in the up of the currency is tumbling to its lowest ever level against the dollar. that one of the fastest growing world economies that we have seen high oil prices allows the possibility of this america inspired trade war and by those seem to be hurting. divina is in delhi for the bbc. ever since they normalised the rate policy u of investors withdrawing money from emerging markets like india, but what spurred this withdrawal has been the rise in crude oil prices and the growing rhetoric between the us and china and the us and india of the tariff. it has made for and
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investors to true interest of the rupee has fallen to an all—time low. on the $700 million withdrawn since january. this will impact and in a very big way. the first impact will be on the higher oil import bill and india imports on the oil and this will impact this. the second will be on will impact this. the second will be on inflation here and that's with a central bank is extreme and nervous. they do have cash is to stem the slide and they have been intervening in the markets since april there have not been able to stop the com plete have not been able to stop the complete side of the rupee till now. french magistrates have charged them with funding terrorists and endangering lives in syria. its subsidiary broke internal rules and here's more. the global giant employing 80 dozen people. ——
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80,000. now it's french unit is underformal 80,000. now it's french unit is under formal investigation into allegations that paid millions of dollars to militant groups to keep the factory open. it has also been charged with endangering the lives of employees at the cement plant. the charity is part of a group representing employees against the company. they claimed they kept the factory going long after other french companies pulled out of the war—torn country. translation: they were the only country to remain in the region despite the reach of being controlled by islamic state. they did not take necessary measures to protect the safety of the employees of its syrian subsidiary. people word tactic and they were kidnappings and murders. that knowledge failures and said he would appeal against the charges of the allegations are some of the most
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serious ever levied against a french company. see you in a couple of minutes. hello once again thank you for joining me and i is what you bring you right up to date with the very latest from across the world. first of all i will take you into the states into canada where we've been the progress and sell enough about it to produce a pretty wet friday for the far east of canada and maybe far northeast of usa. falling on behind this is not a void in the weather scene, its heat and its sunshine and very dry and therefore the fire risk is critical across the desert states in the southwest of the usa. a similar sort of pattern that across the northwestern states of india and pakistan before the arrival of the monsoon trough which we have been tracking which is now bringing an awful lot of rain to the
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western shores of india as now pushing well on it it is northwestern states and the warning is there in place across many of these northern and western states so to into the northwest of india into the himalayas and also down into bangladesh. anywhere really around the top and seeing extraordinary amounts of rain over the next few days so we keep a close eye on those developments and many hundreds of thousands of people displaced from their homes around myanmar and bangladesh. an awful lot of rain coming from this particularly can get stuck in one position and that can do across japan and looked as though through the weekend it will be thereabouts across china as well. something drier to report as a come down to australia. certainly trying things out quite nicely in the syd ney area things out quite nicely in the sydney area and has been quite wet. coming in across australia and down
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towards tasmania. thinking about down in new zealand you can empathize how cold is that the moment and i contrast to the warm weather here they will turn west on sunday. very wet indeed why this area of low pressure has churned its way across much of eastern europe into the bog lands and down into greece. this is the scene in the little town just to the northwest of athens committees are not the local rivers, these are the local streets and peoples homes, you never get to see the very worst of the conditions, but that gives you some idea of how much rain has fallen. things are drying out of the weekend across the southern half of greece as the rain my grades for and east with dryer and more subtle whether falling wind and so you come back towards this area and you may well be that you see just some of those showers creeping their way towards the southwest of the british isles as you the southwest of the british isles as you move the southwest of the british isles as you move into the latter part of the weekend. take care.
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take a breath. hello, welcome back to outside source. there was a shooting in the newspaper of annapolis, in maryland. reports say several people have been killed. england were beaten 1—0 by belgium and the world cup. england face colombia next and belgium face japan. the latest eu summit, it turns out members as we suspected area turns out members as we suspected are a long way apart on migration, italy's prime minister is looking out on any agreement until countries agreed to share more of the burden of responsibility. if you are watching, and have questions about the stories we're covering, please use the # you see on the screen. donald trump is in wisconsin today,
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connected to a new plant built by the taiwanese electronics firm, they make products for brands like apple and sony and others. it says this new plant will create 13,000 new jobs in wisconsin and that it is going to invest $10 billion into the state. he is getting something in return, 3 billion dollars in tax credits. here is the site of the new plant on the map and 15 km up the road you will find the headquarters of harley—davidson which we spoke of this week because they are moving some of their production out of america because of eu tariffs and those were brought in as a response to tariffs from donald trump. the
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president has a message to harley—davidson, that they should stay in america and got you your success and done so much for you. we will not forget not and neither will your customers. that is the president going against one of the most popular brand. a little worried. but we are just going to wait and see what happens. worried. but we are just going to wait and see what happenslj worried. but we are just going to wait and see what happens. i like my company andl wait and see what happens. i like my company and i went my president and lam happy. company and i went my president and i am happy. you support them both? yes. i do not consider him america, he is our leader right now but harley—davidson would always be america's. that sounds like a real warning to donald trump. he came to wisconsin as you say to talk about jobs being created hereby attaining over all of this are the jobs that
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are potentially being lost. on the stage and fox, he made a direct appeal to harley—davidson and saying that as far as he was concerned, they should stay in the us. that is toned down from the messages he has been sending on twitter in recent days. beyond even that he seems to suggest that the european union were preparing to back down. he said do not tell them i told you so but the eu now want to talk about tariffs. they want to get back around the negotiation table again. he seems to believe that they can win the trade war. with reference to fox, with what degree are those connected to the policies brought in by the trump administration? they are frankly brought here because of money. wisconsin promised them billions of dollars over the next year as a result of bringing in employment.
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they will create somewhere between three and 13,000 jobs. president trump has claimed on twitter that there could be as many as 15,000 jobs. what is interesting about this is that he has been the one who has been arguing against subsidies, saying that if we're going to get rid of tariffs let's have an open playing field for everyone, there has to be a level playing field for companies. the reality is they are coming to the stay because they were given money to an vast and it has made the difference in bringing that investment to the united states. let's continue talking on president trump and here he is with vladimir putin. they are going to have their first head to head summit in helsinki onjuly first head to head summit in helsinki on july the 16th. first head to head summit in helsinki onjuly the 16th. the context of this meeting is the murder investigation into alleged russia delusion and the trump campaign. has gotten more complicated because of the poisoning
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of the former russian spy and his daughter which prompted diplomatic expulsions from both countries. it is reasonable to say that expectations for the summit are low but you never know when donald trump is involved and here with the bbc russia in moscow. it is quite small in the bar is quite low because the context between moscow in russia where all but destroyed. it is to see where russians and americans see eye to eye there because russians are supporting bashar al—assad and whoever he is confronting is a terrorist. america's supporting the opposition and in ukraine there is no movement on the road to peace and it will probably be discussed at length but it is not likely something major will emerge as a form of agreement or any breakthrough. it is six days since the group of teenagers and their
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football coach has disappeared in the caves in thailand. unfortunately we do not have good news for you, rescue divers had to suspend their search, because of ongoing rain and the fact that water levels are rising. experts from britain in the us have a right to help but to no avail. this is happening in a region in the north of thailand and you can see the caves marked right on the tip of the country and if i bring up a more detailed graphic here you can see this is a series of caves that ru ns see this is a series of caves that runs for several kilometres. the boys are believed to be stranded in the central area and some of their belongings were found just south of that. you can see the entrance marked further stop again. jonathan headis marked further stop again. jonathan head is in the area covering the story for us. it is an agonising wait forfamilies story for us. it is an agonising wait for families of the missing boys and their coach. in the absence of any good news, this is one of
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their few consolations. the deputy head of the school attended by six of the boys, and like the families, he is holding onto the hope that are still alive. translation: iwant he is holding onto the hope that are still alive. translation: i want to show my support, he said. i want to tell them that their friends and teachers are still waiting for them. please, hurry back. but with the thai navy often suspending their search because of rising water levels, the mission outside the caves was trying to drain them. inside the entrance which has been dry two days ago was a torrent. there is not that much more left to lose. the first foreign assistance has arrived in the form of air force who rescue specialists who heard
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from their counterparts just how challenging the conditions are in the wedding caves. a team of experienced cave divers went in but unable to get far in using their past knowledge of the caves to try to find another entrance. this is just the other side of the mountains from the main cave and trends. it is possible that in these poor sick lives there may be holes that lead down into the complex of tunnels and caverns beneath. that is where the british cave experts have started their search today but even if they do manage to find a way in here there is no way of knowing whether this is where the boys and their coach are trapped. i know, i was down here waiting for you. after several hours of hacking their way through the mountainside, they came back with a promising find, and opening that might just lead back with a promising find, and opening that mightjust lead all the
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way down. it is in the right place. we arejust way down. it is in the right place. we are just looking way down. it is in the right place. we arejust looking for way down. it is in the right place. we are just looking for any possibility of getting in and quick clearing, so one that is visible from the air, and second there is enough open space, you cannot land a helicopter in there but they can lead a ladder down to it. but all these efforts are taking time. there is very little left. and of course we will keep you up—to—date on that story in the coming days. in a few minutes on the programme, we will spend more with these crows who live in the pacific ocean. we spoke on them before because they are very intelligent and can build tools but we found out even more about how they build tools and we will show you ina they build tools and we will show you in a couple minutes' time. around when 100 soldiers arrived to
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help firefighters tackle a blaze that has been blazing, which has been smoldering sent sunday. here are more details. in the battle between blaze and firefighter, there is not yet a winner, belching and burning, fire has overwhelmed this land. the effort has just stopped up. more boots on the ground, the army arrived this morning to join the fight. troops given masks and handed hoses, are put straight to work. to get an idea of the scale of the task we took a ride up to the very top of the more with a crew from bolton, we drove to the summit. it is difficult because it is clearly hot conditions and very smoky conditions. and where we are right on top of the hill, the water supplies are very limited. they are
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taking grandjury supplies are very limited. they are taking grand jury needs to pumps higher up. this is the buyerfrom mine and it is very hot up here and you can mine and it is very hot up here and you can see mine and it is very hot up here and you can see how smoky it is. getting water to this level is like bringing buckets up a hillside on an industrial scale. this scene is repeated across this more land. this is one of six places where they are fighting the fire. there is help from the air as well with no rain forecast, this is the next best thing. helicopters dumping water from nearby reservoirs. crews also come as far as gloucestershire with special equipment to cope with the heat that is fuelling the fires. they will work appear until nightfall and be back up at first light, using everything in their power both high—tech and low to beat the fire for good.
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iam i am with outside source and we're live here in the bbc newsroom. there was a shooting at a newspaper newsroom in annapolis in maryland in the us. reports say several people have been killed. returning to some of the stories with bbc world service, xijinping welcomes damms this to china. there are trade tensions between these two countries and there are disputes on china's territorial ambitions in the south china sees. 15 people were killed at this huge fire in that market in many properties have been destroyed. this bottom artist is facing a backlash in israel, sheep —— she
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posed nude, overlooking the western wall and has been condemned by a range of people. mexico's election on range of people. mexico's election on sunday and opinion polls suggest that this man will become president. as you will be aware, the campaign has witnessed continuous violence across the country. this is an astonishing statistic. someone has been died or killed every 15 minutes during may and we also have this from afp telling is a study has found that 133 politicians have been murdered ahead of mexico's elections. there is analysis on why this violence may be a particular problem, and i was going to show you a time article but that is the privacy policies so instead of accepting his cookies i will tell you that they blame corruption but also a shortage of police. live from
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mexico city and let's look into this more deeply. it is easy for violence to dominate election campaign coverage but is it the most dominant issue for voters? it is on one level. if you talk to ordinary people they are so the thoroughly sick and tired of the situation in mexico under the present administration. they almost to an individual speaker out want change. so that is interesting and when you speak to them it is pretty quickly a security that they've bring up crime. if it is not a crime or security it is the pocket on some level, like my small business needs help or the family budget is stretched so then and things like that. he has made the main plank of his election campaign. tell us what
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he think he can do about the violence which his predecessors perhaps could not? at this stage and it is very easy to speak as a candidate rather than the actual president and he is talking about a com plete president and he is talking about a complete wholesale change, stepping away from the military led approach in using some of the tools at his disposal, about freezing assets and going after the drug cartels a bit more but the thing that is most controversial and what his opponents have focused on quite a lot is bringing up the idea of a potential amnesty with some drug cartel leaders. only if it comes families agrees but it is a controversial idea and one that is tough to sell toa idea and one that is tough to sell to a big chunk of the mexican public. isn't a guarantee that he is going get in? at this stage he is
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pretty convinced that he has won first and foremost. and he is looking at the people he will bring in. he has tried twice in the past and used to mirror of mexico city and used to mirror of mexico city and was a pretty successful mayor but now he has created this new party and at this stage which is a few days ago somewhere between 20 and 25% lead, it looks likes it will ta ke and 25% lead, it looks likes it will take something really significant to stop him being the next president of mexico. thank you for covering the election itself in the covering days here on bbc news. a nigerian woman has become the first person in the uk convicted under the modern slavery act. she is accused of trafficking women from nigeria to europe for sexual exploitation. she
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led a double life, as a nurse in south london and also a trafficker of girls for sex. she was known as madame sandra to her victims, and owned this house in nigeria. it is grand by local standards and impossible to pay for as a part—time nurse salary. she also ran as a local politician pledging to work for women's rights. one girl does not want to be identified so we are calling her blessing. she promised me that when i came to germany she would take care of me. i will not wa nt would take care of me. i will not want for anything, she will always be there for me. blessing worked in this brothel, sleeping with up to 15 men a day with madame sandra pressuring her for money. it was not easy, i always start from 3pm in the afternoon to 6am. she will call me to say that she needed monday. she
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does not even have enough to eat, she does not care about me. she only wa nts she does not care about me. she only wants money. blessing and the woman met in nigeria. the lack of economic opportunities here and the success of women who made it to europe made it fertile ground for recruitment. used to see them come from europe and they would not know exactly what they do. we would hear that they build cars and have money to have houses and things like that. so most of the families want that. the girls art normally known to travel to europe because they believe they can make money. some of the girls we see have gone there,
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and the ones in the city, they bring money and houses. blessing did not realise the cost of going to europe and when she was recruited she was told that she owed 38,000 euros and had no idea what that meant. told that she owed 38,000 euros and had no idea what that meantlj told that she owed 38,000 euros and had no idea what that meant. i have thought it was a small sum of money. i had to pay 120 euros rent everyday but if i did not work i did not the money to pay. she would like to state in germany and become a head dresser but she might be deported and after all she has been through back to where she started in nigeria, still dreaming of a better life. bringing you a little more on the shooting in maryland which is the shooting in maryland which is the lead story, in the last few minutes the acting police chief of the city of annapolis, the state
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capital has confirmed there were fatalities. this is what we heard. the criminal investigation division has one person in custody and that person is out our criminal investigation division and we will be speaking with that individual quite frequently and shortly i should say. and get the information. the building is secure from a tactical standpoint. that means that right now we believe that there are no other shooters in the building. but it has not been clear from an investigative standpoint. was so once the q r t and the members of the swat team leave the building, the swat team leave the building, the investigators will go in and we will start the process of putting the investigation together. as we get more police briefings we'll pass them on to you. next we will talk on crows. to be more precise some specific crows on the islands of new
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caledonia in the pacific. these crows have been studied for decades because we knew they were intelligence. we played you these video pictures showing the making hugs to help get to an sex. now they are taking it to the next level and are taking it to the next level and are making tools of specific sizes and are doing it from memory. what this experiment was trying to do was get a glimpse of their mental processes as they are crafting those tools. how do they come up with the design of a tool, they make little hooked tools in the wild they can snag grubs out of hidden nooks and crannies in the forest. they needed to give these birds, wild caught birds something entirely new that they would not have seen before because they needed to rip the micro court them encountering something for the first time to get a snapshot on for the first time to get a snapshot on what they think. —— record them. they trained eight of the birds how
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to use the vending machines where they have a little piece of paper in they have a little piece of paper in the slot and out came a treat. but the slot and out came a treat. but the braves had to do was as the tasks progress was that the vending machines only accepted a certain size of piece of paper and they were provided with a larger piece of paper that they could tear and cut with their beaks smaller pieces from and the birds would learn spontaneously that they needed to make a correct size piece of paper to release treats. also without any template or guidance, once they learned exactly what size of paper tube plug in to get their treats, they would make it from memory and every single time birds would get that right and what kind of thing to have seen here in this remarkable m, have seen here in this remarkable in, clicking footage is the snapshot of the process and they think what they have seen is the birds because they have seen is the birds because they are making these tokens from memories, which are a tool to help them get good, they are seeing
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something from the mental image in their heads, a mental template of a design of a tool in their heads. as they earned their treat as they carry out their tasks they get a snapshot of the evolution of their task. so very different from their own but as far as an evolutionary trajectory they are intelligent creatures. england lost against belgium and both are going through to the next round and england or belgium could win it and here is one quy belgium could win it and here is one guy who thinks england will win. belgium could win it and here is one guy who thinks england will win] on guy who thinks england will win] on england! my name is jamie and guy who thinks england will win] on england! my name isjamie and i am that confident that england are going to win the world cup. when he was watching england's thrashing he got this tattoo etched onto his stomach saying england 2018 world cup winners during the match. stomach saying england 2018 world
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cup winners during the matchm stomach saying england 2018 world cup winners during the match. it is 100% happening, when i was here, it was half—time of the panama game and i had this funny feeling, 5—0 up and they came to me and england are going to win the world cup this year and eat if you get the tattoo, they will bring it home in two weeks. will will see it at the end of the day and will we get to be final, eve ryo ne day and will we get to be final, everyone around here can build a shrine around me and come and touch the tattoo or say a prayer to it. the premonition, he told us it would happen and we won. if you need lottery numbers or if you want to know who is winning the arrival next week come and see me and i will set you up. that is a very hard act to follow so i am not going to try. thank you very much indeed for watching this addition of outside source. if they are going to win in the world cup they need to beat colombia next. we will see you next week. thank you for watching.
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hello, thursday's he was exceptional across northern britain and we did not beat any records but it came close within fractions of degree. the hottest place was northern wales once again 33 celsius but the interesting value recorded by the met office in northern ireland. the all—time high, the hottest since records began in northern ireland was reported in 1976 and 83, 30.8. we got on thursday 30.5 so we just missed matching the record. temperatures will be in the mid teens across the really hot places. through the course of friday we will do it all over again. of that of early morning mist and low crowd are
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in fact to the coast and then temperatures rise. it will not be quite so hot in northern ireland and scotland, temperatures are expected to be closer to the mid 20s rather than the low 30s. and we have a fine friday evening on the way with a beautiful sunset out there and warm as well. one thing you'll notice over the coming days is that the humidity will increase and night will get hotter as well. there is a chance of some storms. here is an example, i picked london but this is representative of many towns and cities, look out the temperatures overnight rise as we go over the next two days and possibly falling no lower than 17 celsius in one of the reasons is the area of low pressure is drifting closer to us and will introduce us to more humid airand a and will introduce us to more humid air and a little bit more clout and also the possibility of catching some showers may be across southwestern areas and of course another hot day on the way on saturday. temperatures in some areas will be in the high 20s again, still
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the mid—20s across the lowlands of scotla nd the mid—20s across the lowlands of scotland in the heat is not going away. the humidity and low air is what is right across the weekend and you see the plume of air, and a threat of storms. it looks as though, they will stay mostly out to sea though, they will stay mostly out to sea but they could drift as far north as northern ireland and many central and eastern parts of the island will remain sunny and we could hit 30 degrees for example in london and he'd across other parts of the uk is very much with us into next week. it will turn just that little bit less hot across the country and the threat of some showers continues into tuesday and wednesday and we see the low— pressure wednesday and we see the low—pressure part just to the southwest of us pushing a few showers in our direction. they are only showers, very hit and miss and the chances are really that many of us the chances are really that many of us will miss the showers altogether. look how hot it is his expected to
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be on tuesday. 29 at least in london in the mid—20s there across more northern parts of the country. then on northern parts of the country. then on wednesday, low—pressure still to the southwest of us still sending humid and warm air in our direction and the potential for further showers in that he is going nowhere. let's summarise it over the coming days, the week to ten days, a little less hot across northern britain and humidity will rise particularly in the southwest of the uk with the threat of thunderstorms and the nights are going to turn quite a bit warmer, particularly in bigger towns or cities. so the southern warm weather continues. a british nurse is found guilty of trafficking nigerian women and girls. it's a legal first for such a crime committed outside the uk. josephine iyamu forced the women to work as prostitutes in germany and handover their money. she would call me to say
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that she needed money. she doesn't know if i have enough to eat. she doesn't care about me. she only wants money, money. we've been talking exclusively to one of her victims, trapped into sexual slavery when she was just 21. also tonight... one of the first firefighters inside the flat where the blaze started in grenfell tower, says it was raining fire. dying for democracy — the candidates in mexico among more than 100 people murdered in the run up to this weekend's elections.
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