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news live from berlin iran's president says its nuclear agreement is non-negotiable this as new u.s. secretary of state mike pompei all meets with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and he says the u.s. is willing to walk away from that deal if it isn't to me. also coming up north korean leader kim jong offers
a step forward for the deescalation of on the korean peninsula he pledges to just mantle its nuclear weapons testing sides and allow foreign media and experts to observe. i met herman welcome to the program israeli president hassan rouhani says the nuclear deal his country reached with international powers three years ago is non-negotiable this as the u.s. secretary of state peo took aim at that agreement on his first tour of the middle east since becoming the top u.s. diplomat now his latest stop is israel where he was warmly welcomed by prime minister benjamin netanyahu those two share a just dain for the deal it was intended to stop iran's international isolation in exchange for a verifiable and to its nuclear weapons program. that.
handshake and a hug that's it now says he's proud the new secretary of state has made israel part of his first official tour in their press conference they seem to be on the same page especially on one of the it's a nose favorite topics iran and pulling out of the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal . for the record this deal is a very direct mystery. and yes because it is very bright very straightforward. here on deal has been hailed as a landmark agreement. observers have declared it is working and iran has stopped developing nuclear bombs. but netanyahu has long maintained that this is about the more than iran's nuclear activities the trump administration agrees with him. but the president's position on stopping the wrong question to be about aggression is
a gold mine for the saudi regime you know the people the longer version we've already. as a result of signing to do the opposite is very wrong to try to call one country will be over the wrong one can stop. iran also funds and supports several non-state actors in the region this includes hezbollah which is based in lebanon and fighting in syria and is committed to israel's destruction. we remain deeply concerned about iran's dangerous places the rest is rule of the region and iran's a vision to dominate the middle east the way. united states is with israel in this fight. the around deal as it stands to gain years of delicate negotiations trump must decide whether to renew the deal or renew sanctions by may twelfth. but were receiving reports of rocket attacks targeting iranian and syrian military bases in
central syria state media quoted the army as saying it was a new aggression by and to me it's not clear who was responsible. well days after a historic summit between north and south korea jonghyun now says it's prepared to shut down its underground nuclear test site according to officials in the south korean capital seoul it's one of the first steps expected to be taken national with korean leader kim jong un and south korean president in pledge to officially end the state of war between their two countries. the historic meeting between the two koreas where promises of peace and reconciliation aplenty as for the steps on how to achieve those goals however well they were not so clear. key to discussions the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and quieting the threat of regional war so
far so good officials in seo announce that north korean leader kim jong un will shut a nuclear test site in the north next month gerri is made up of a series of tunnels in the mountainous north east of the country it's reportedly seen six nuclear tests since two thousand and six the last in september of last year that would all end in may according to remarks by kim jong un quoted by the south koreans the shutdown would also be transparent with international experts and journalists on hand including some from the us kim said if a summit with u.s. president donald trump takes place it would be clear he is not a person to fire missiles toward the u.s. . approach why would north korea keep nuclear weapon us if we get talks or the us more regularly still trust gets a deal to end the war and receive a non-aggression agreement. for his part some told supporters at a rally in michigan this saturday that he's proposed meeting with kim jong il is in
the works i think will have a meeting over the next three or four weeks are going to be his tone was cautiously optimistic but he added but we'll see how it goes and again whatever happens happens look i may go and. move on now to some other stories making news around the world british interior minister in a rudd has resigned outraged authorities mistreatment of long term legal residents from the caribbean. so-called wind rush scandal emerged when a newspaper reporter that immigrants have been refused medical care or threatened with deportation because they lacked a full work. surely she could be a student from the french president says the european union's three largest economies agree that they must be ready to respond to u.s. trade tariffs this after he spoke by phone with leaders of germany and britain u.s. import duties on steel and aluminum are set to go into effect on tuesday.
the third and fourth largest u.s. mobile telephone networks have agreed to merge german owned t. mobile and japanese owned spritz him to create a new company that they say would be a much stronger competitor in a market dominated by giants eighteen t. and horizon the deal now faces scrutiny from regulators. and a caravan of central americans have reached the mexico u.s. border and their attempt to seek asylum in the united states. president trump and members of his cabinet have been tracking the caravan calling it a threat to the u.s. supporters rallied on both sides of the border. armenia's ruling republican party says it will not put forward a candidate for prime minister when parliament chooses a successor for stairs on tuesday he was swept from power in massive demonstrations now he previously served as president and protesters accuse him of
trying to rule for life a man who led those protests is now the sole candidate to replace him but he will also need to count on the support of the ruling party. thank you i. could this be the man to change the political timing to in armenia. the demonstration will continue on to the call question i came to the prime minister and i think you need it demonstrations can continue even further as long. as long. color of people will you know it's be interpreted. by the. choice. for three put our next government to be a success and we want nicko passion in it. it is those people leave us alone and let us live freely in
a free country so that's what we're. after the week long protests led by pushing into the former pm armenia's ruling republican party seems to be listening to the masses they will not be presenting a candidate a fust in almost two decades. but they do still hold a majority in parliament question yet may have the backing of other leading groups but will also need the support of the republicans he hopes that recent talks with the country's president also a republican could craft and that i do. hope people people. people. with. change. we need to know. if they.
can. people. an opportunity for unity from all sides of armenia's political spectrum that will be a vital ingredient for the opposition as they attempt to break free of the media's many years of republican party dominance. a u.n. security council team visiting bangladesh has promised to step up efforts to resolve the crisis involving me in mars' range of muslims the diplomats visited the sprawling camps and border points where about seven hundred thousand have taken shelter they fled to bangladesh to escape military led violence. they want to go home thousands of row hinge are gathered in part to demonstrate in part to welcome a united nations security council delegation as they arrived stranded at this refugee camp in bangladesh members of the muslim ethnic minority fled their homes in myanmar following a military crackdown last august they hope the un can help them make
a safe return. cut out of my head to demand justice the me and my military have killed a man and to watch it all women so we want justice for those abuses and what i learned was that some seven hundred thousand rohingya have fled myanmar using security forces of committing massacres and large scale rape and burning down entire communities the u.n. delegation is seeking solutions to the crisis some members see me on mars government as the major obstacle and the solution must lie in me and they must be allowed to go in conditions of safety it may take some time but we would like to hear from the government to me and how we choose to work with the international community and we will do everything we can the security council at to support progress and trying to come together to take decisions that help there we think
that is like the delegation will spend four days in the area meeting with refugees as well as with me on mars leader aung sun suu kyi while suchi has been deeply criticized for allowing the persecution of rohingya the un is visiting on her invitation she has promised to allow thousands of the hinge a to return to me on more. let's take a look at tennis where men's world number one rafael nadal own the barcelona open not a big surprise the so-called king of clay faced great teenage the season stefanos sits across with the age of nineteen is the second youngest player in the a.t.p. top one hundred the youngster said it. was a dream come true just to face nidal both players had reached the final without dropping a single set the doll coasted to victory he won six two six one and lifted that trophy for a record x. in the eleventh. in formula one sebastian vettel and lewis hamilton are
once more going head to head for top spot this season and sunday's action through that title waste variety open meanwhile both red bull drivers have been reprimanded for their involvement in a strange crash with each other. with prominent onlookers a when fiza bastion fettle was on the cards until mad max misstep and threw the race into chaos the twenty year old collided with his own red bull teammate which took both of them out of the race to stop and blocked off last week's win to daniel ricardo although the team later said both were to blame. the ensuing safety call faceoff federals lead shorten and when he tried to have a take failed harry potter's laser on a botched bit of breaking saw him slip down the rankings eventually finishing fourth behind force india said joe pesci. boxes looked to be on course for victory until a tie a puncture handed teammate lewis hamilton the wind behind him ferrari's commute
raikkonen took second in hamilton admitted both process and fettle deserved more itself is that it ought to be up here but i'm going to take it i mean i didn't give up i kept pushing but definitely a very untidy race for me a sixty third career win puts hamilton's title defense back on course as he moves up to first in the rankings. all right look closely inside that rain there's a little speck in the blue that is a wave not just the way the biggest wave ever read and it's rugby go riding that wave eighty feet high if you like twenty four metres he set a new world record and he wrote it all the way in as our article and in the end of last year and now the brazilian surfer was recognized for his the at the world surf league big wave awards in santa monica in california. lived to tell the tale. that's it from v.w.
news here in berlin is a reminder of the top news we've been following for you iran it was on the agenda at a meeting between u.s. secretary of state my campaign and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in jerusalem from powell says his country is willing to quit the. iran's nuclear agreement is unchanged. as it's see you next time. the amount. of. the d.w. media center see it find it here it discover a. video and audio podcast in language courses in the g.w.