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this is the w. news line from the countdown is on u.s. president donald trump north korea supreme leader kim jong un in singapore in hotels less than half a mile apart as final preparations for the historic summit are met. alexandra phenomenon is there. anything that comes from the security in. just a few hours on the ground in singapore for the president and summits between u.s. presidents don't trump and north korean leader kim jong il and. also on the program
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and get america describes president trump's withdrawal from the weekend's g seven joint statement as sobering and reiterates the european union's determination to retaliate against u.s. tariffs. i'm phil gale welcome to the program. preparations for tuesday's historic summit between u.s. president donald trump and north korea's supreme leader kim jong un in singapore are in full swing president trump has met with singapore's prime minister at least scieno at a working lunch if tomorrow's event happens it will be the first time a sitting u.s. president has ever met with a north korean leader mr trump has said that he will know within the first minutes of the meeting whether a deal with north korea will be possible u.s. secretary of state mike pump air has been spelling out u.s.
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preconditions. in light of how many flimsy agreements the united states has made in previous years this president will assure ensure that no potential agreement will fail to adequately address the north korean threat the ultimate objective we seek from diplomacy with north korea has not changed the complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula is the only outcome that the united states will accept the w.c. i was on the phone number was about to briefing with secretary of state mike pump aoe she joins us live from singapore welcome sound so what did the your secretary say about the progress of the preliminary talks while pumping you know was quite optimistic about the. progress has been met made that the north koreans have demonstrated their willingness to the identical or is a chanel country he also said that he's hopeful that the summit to morrow could set
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conditions for future talks and what i phone so particular interesting was the fact that u.s. secretary of state pale said that the u.s. that the administration will take action to all for north koreans to provide north koreans with unique security assurances something that has not to be done before as he said something that goes beyond what previous u.s. administrations were ready to offer however pompeo didn't want to talk whether it means that the u.s. is ready to talk about reducing the number of its troops in south korea or whether the u.s. is willing to say that it's not going to attack or topple the north korean regime so my pump i have said that the ultimate objective is complete denuclearization tell us more about the have the u.s. preconditions. yes you are right so the complete and if there is
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a shred of north korea is the long term goal and it has to be irreversible and rifle with a rifle and that is a key issue for you as secretary of state pompei all he said that you asked it's going to establish rubber star system of verification but that's been a key issue before and the huge problem because regardless the fact that north korea and were ready to promise that they never kept those promises and that's why many u.s. experts we talked to in the u.s. . remain quite skeptical let's have a listen. their meeting be more than a photo op a breakthrough or a disaster terms decision to hold the summit called friends and foes off guard and blindsided his own aides proving once again how unpredictable this us president is it is good that this summit is taking place says mark to cola
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a former state department official and an expert on korea to cola sees it as a chance for diplomacy and things it is promising that president trump suggested this could be the start of a longer process takes the pressure off more than one meeting because if you meet at all about one meeting the chances of a failure would be would be too serious i think being a believe things for future meetings having a process start up is going to be good for everybody. trump card in needs his efforts with south korea japan and china but ultimately he relies on himself president says he's a monster deal maker and doesn't need much preparation and extremely unusual approach towards such difficult talks trumps all for sanctions relief and economic growth in return put it in you clear is ation of north korea but is that enough. we've try it before says bruce clinger the former cia deputy did vision chief for
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korea clean there doesn't trust the regime in pyongyang. and we've had eight international agreements in the past with north korea where they first promise never to build nuclear weapons and then promise to give up the weapons or promise never to build in the first place and all have failed we're we're hopeful that this time will be different but i think we do have to be pragmatic about. says the summit is about building a relationship with him but he also promises to walk out of the meeting if it's not food for the truth is this is a gamble and no one knows how it's going to turn out. as well as understand naaman in singapore alexandra what is at stake for north korea. i think that for the north korean regime is is it is a huge p.r. victory to be here or to have this summit in singapore now north korean leader kim jong un can say well look we are meeting with u.s. presidents donald trump the u.s.
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is treating us as equals and that's because we have to fill up the nuclear weapons so that's will be here message to his domestic audience for north korea and generally speaking for the north koreans it is very important to get sanctions relief so they can boost the economy and of course for the regime it is very important to gap security guarantees from the u.s. government alexander phenomena in singapore thank you. now spain has offered to take in more than six hundred people who have been stranded on board a rescue ship in the mediterranean for more than a day after first italy and then mult so close their ports to the vessel accuses italy of violating international norms by refusing to allow the boat to dock even though the italian coast guard coordinated the rescue doctors without borders has staff on board and tweeted a video they say shows some of the women praying the charity says migrants on the
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ship were unaware of the diplomatic standoff. the standoff marks the first display of italy's get tough immigration policy under its new government on sunday interior minister i'm league party leader material salvini tweeted that the country would no longer accept so-called clandestine immigration from now on he said is that they will also begin to say no to human trafficking no to the business of illegal immigration he then went on to criticize mulder for a full fight failing to fulfill its international obligations to some of the other stories making news around the world now around three thousand people have rallied in the romanian capital bucharest to protest against a move by the government to dismiss the country's chief anticorruption passed into the demonstration comes a day after supporters of the center left government marched against alleged abuses by the anti corruption agency. three gulf states have pledged two and a half billion u.s. dollars in aid to jordan as the kingdom try as they try to help the kingdom
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overcome a financial crisis it's hoped the government will now introduce a new austerity plan after its recent savings measures prompted widespread public protest. at least thirty four people have been killed in attacks across afghanistan health officials say at least thirteen people were killed by a suicide bomber outside a ministry building in the capital kabul the most recent surge in violence comes a day before the start of a government declared unilateral cease fire with the taliban. fire has ripped through a warehouse in iraq where ballot papers were being stored authorities were preparing to recount ten million votes following allegations of electoral fraud by mr hyde alibi he said the place was part of a plot to harm iraq's democracy. not to the fallout from the weekend's g. seven summit in canada the meeting of the world's leading industrial nations under
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ravelled after president trump withdrew u.s. support for a g seven joint communiqué german chancellor i get america has now given her take on events in a rare wall of want t.v. interview she describes the president's decision as sobering and a bit depressing commenting on the u.s. threats of trade tariffs the chancellor said germany would not be taken for a ride it was the image from the g seven summits in canada that tend everyone talking boards have the german chancellor been saying to the u.s. president what was she thinking and what was he thinking that photo was taken before donald trump withdrew his support for the g seven joint statement on international trade and it seems that decision has changed everything. in an unusual move chancellor merkel used to german political talk show to vent her frustration at the way things turned out. i worked
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hard for a compromise we struggled with it for a long time and then afterwards there was drawn so to speak by a tweet is of course sobering and a bit depressing. and all. this despite trump's threats of reprisals the chancellor didn't hold back on why germany and the e.u. should apply retaliatory tariffs. of truth we have prepared our countermeasures against the tariffs that the us president placed an alum in human steel which we consider unlawful under the terms of the w.t. oh. we're not going to let ourselves be taken for a ride we're also going to act. and while defending the g seven the german leader also took the opportunity to call for a more united europe we have to ask ourselves where we can act on line that of
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course means new responsibilities for europe and it is specially means that we in europe need to be loyal to ourselves angular merkel has never had the easiest of relations with donald trump. his decision to disrupt the g. seven will only have made things was. exposed in former wall ferraris sebastian fattal has stormed to victory at the canadian girl prix when puts him at the top of the driver standings by a single point of fact he started the rise from pole position on had no trouble staying in front of the pack meanwhile rival lewis hamilton missed say this at his lowest point this season by finishing fifth germany's fattal picked up his third went off the air the ferrari team took back the overall lead the next race is two weeks away in france. and resetting to our top story sort of at tomorrow's
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historic meeting between donald trump and kim jong un the two leaders have been circling each other from afar but he lots of people wonder what the chemistry will be like when they're in a room together all of that lookalikes are anything to go by is absolutely nothing to worry about. bromance in singapore in the run up to the historic meeting between trump and kim these two men are getting along great. and i think. a lot of good things will come from this talk that it's going to be better for everybody better for business have good vibes about this meeting then it's going to come out of there good for the rest of the world and this drum is already practicing getting to the meat of the issue. after the g seven disaster in canada the mood here is good too good to be true these imitators are the spitting images of the leaders meeting in singapore and they have some creative
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solutions to the problems facing the u.s. and north korea would take some of this pride back to north korea with me. i think we can we can solve the current problem in north korea with the ground already yeah many in the crowd are food. failing to notice teams australian accents so we don't believe that in my case be a hero i especially the us president come up again go see their heroes i'm quite impressed there can all be no security there. however the summit in singapore turns out the meeting of these two minds is already a success. i. see all you really do need is love this is the dubliners life from above and still to come i have exclusive interview controversial for my greek finance minister got his five hottest talks about debt and why he's deeply worried about current developments in a new grease. pencil of
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