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what. business did up the years lie from both the countdown is on the us president donald trump odds north korea supreme leader kim jong un are in singapore in hotels less than haka mottram as the final preparations for the historic summit on the economic times are all nominees that boarded up. again meeting at the coast from seoul security in east asia and beyond kicks off in just a few hours on the ground in singapore for the president at summits between u.s.
presidents don't try and north korean leader kim jong il and also on the program despite off a safe haven to the migrant ship stranded in the mediterranean after its early unbolt sometimes one. of the shocks from back along the tribes to the path of damage off the double trouble kids out of the g seven zero to try to should be a circus of a european union's determination to fight us trying times. must be coming to life of ramadan muslims might not be able to breach during daylight hours with on the streets of old delhi to find all sorts of tasty treats ready to enjoy a substitute. i feel girl 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 and singapore are in full swing as in trump met singapore's prime minister at b.c. and known as a working lunch if tomorrow's event goes ahead it will be the first time a sitting u.s. president has ever matts a north korean leader mr trump has said that he will know within the first few minutes when a deal with the north is possible u.s. secretary of state might pump air has been spelling out u.s. preconditions in light of how many flimsy agreements the united states has made in previous years this president will sure 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. w.'s alexander phenomena was not my comparison briefing
she joins us from singapore life welcome alexandra so what did the secretary of state say about the progress of preliminary talks. well pump air sounded quite optimistic about the talks he said the progress has been made we are learning that the discussions between the north korea have moved more quickly than expected and he also said that the north koreans have demonstrated their willingness to their new clara's ation and that all of that is seen here as a very positive sign hoping also sets that the trump administration is willing to guarantee the key regime unique security assurances and that is of course some think that the north korean regime is very interested in however pompeo didn't want to talk about if that means that that the you ass is willing to guarantee that it's
not going to attack it or topple it over we are talking here about a possible reduction of the number of u.s. troops in south korea so my saying that the end game is complete denuclearize station tell us more about the markers that the u.s. setting out. well for the you asked the ultimate goal is to complete the nuclear is ation of north korea of course and that has to be irreversible and verifiable that's a very important point for the trump administration and pompeo said that the u.s. is ready and capable of establishing system a robust system for verification however we have to say that in the past it has been the key issue the key problem and experts here and in the us remind quite skeptical that it really will be possible they argue that the north koreans always promised to give up their nuclear weapons program they've promised and then they
play today usual game from is making promises extracting concessions and that's not giving up their nuclear weapons program so what's at stake for the north. tomorrow . well i think that for him it is a huge p.r. success p.r. win p.r. victory to be here in the first place to meet the u.s. president he can say let's look i'm meeting with donald trump he's. me as equal because we have to vello nuclear weapons so i assume that will be his message to his own people the north korean regime is of course also interested in getting security guarantees because it's main goal is to survive and they also are very interested in getting sanctions relief because they want to the economy on
some phenomenon singapore thank you. you heard from alexandra to stop the program t w will be on the ground in singapore for the whole of historic process on to other news now on the prospect of a peace deal for the korean peninsula is raising hopes that families dividing by divided by the korean war could be reunited in our next report from boston heartache we meet a south korean man who thought his older brother had been killed during the war until a letter smuggled to him from the north proved otherwise. known a few old photographs and a couple of letters that the only proved one sign has that he has relatives somewhere in north korea and it would put them in danger to show their faces on television. his older brother sign tells me fought for south korea in the korean war almost seven decades ago chunks of bach was taken prisoner by the north the family was told he had been killed but then sixty years
after seeing his brother for the last time chang sign received a letter from north korea from his brother delivered through a contact in china that was ten years ago it made chang sign happy and sad at the same time. when i saw the photo i could tell they were my brother but you can see how impressive he looks rather than actually i remember him as such a cheerful person. you know. his brother passed away shortly after chang signed got the letter with but he left behind a family of his own. hopes that with thawing of relations between north and south and the upcoming summit he might finally get the chance to meet his relatives. without moving as i get older my desire to meet them is growing stronger i want to get to know that side of my family now with the summer no seems more likely we'll
have a chance to meet which i'm still not sure if i should trust the politicians but i just can't help but hope it will finally have. people read through the b. there's a. chance china isn't the only one in south korea getting his hopes up. many here believe that the summit will produce a positive outcome maybe even paving the way for a peace treaty to finally end the korean war sixty five years after the last shot was fired and more and more south koreans are even changing their mind about north korea's dictator kim jong il himself is in the t.v. . always seems to. get what he said and what he was. probably smarter than i thought so i got the impression he's actually leading the country sort of. convinced that it was.
the inner korean summit changed many people's opinions about him. but that doesn't change the fact that it is oppressive communist regime the young. parking lot. is the biggest issue during the us meeting as a korean i have the impression that the will to give up the weapon to say i hope the u.s. or to mean something to prove. good agreements. small . i expect somebody. based on the inner strength somebody a few weeks ago i would like to hear something great such as a declaration to end the korean war. which has. sometimes turned sign and his wife come to the national cemetery in seoul to find
his brother's name on the wall of missing soldiers. even though chance the book is no longer missing they don't want his name deleted. was his home they say they hope that maybe one day his children in north korea can come here to. offer 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 this follows his refusal to accept the boat despite the rescue being coordinated by the italian coast guard also refused to let the boat dock accusing italy of violating international norms by turning the votes away in the first place doctors without borders has stuff on board the aquarius the medical charity says migrants are aware of the diplomatic standoff. after surviving the deadly mediterranean waters six hundred thirty people onboard
this rescue ship are caught in a diplomatic route many of them are unaccompanied minors. the aquarius is stuck at sea between is li and malta after both countries close their ports to the vessel and refuse to take in the migrants who are on board on sunday italian authorities stopped the ship from docking in sicily saying it should head tomato instead. italy's new interior minister and leader of the far right likud party mathias saw the need tweeted that the country would no longer accept what he calls clandestine immigration he later said that malta and the rest of the e.u. were failing to comply with international obligations. i very made on me that i'm ships from german n.g.o.s or those with british dutch or spanish flags in the mediterranean which passed without stopping and then arrive in italy that's something i will not tolerate for very long and this standoff is the first display
it is the least tougher stance on immigration policy under its new populist government for its part has reiterated the ship isn't its responsibility on monday the united nations refugee agency and the european union urged both parties to find a swift solution. for the commission there is first and foremost it's humanitarian imperative we are talking about people the priority of both the talian and most these authorities should be ensuring these people receive the care they need spain has vowed to end the deadlock and allow the bill to dock after their odyssey the people on board the aquarius might have finally found a safe haven. i turned some of the other stories making news around well three thousand people have rallied in the romanian capital progress to protest against
moves by the government to just must to dismiss the country's chief anticorruption crossed into his demonstration comes a day after supporters of the center left government marched against alleged abuses by the anti corruption agency. more than a hundred people were arrested in vietnam we can't protesting a draft law that could grant chinese companies lengthy leases to operate in special economic zones relations between vietnam and. i have coped over disputed territory in the south china sea. but the fallout from the weekend's at g. seven summit in canada for a meeting of the world's leading industrial nations unravelled after president trump withdrew u.s. support for the final joint communique in a rare one to want t.v. interview german chancellor angela merkel has now given her take on the events describing the president's snub as sobering and a bit depressing color taking on new u.s. trade tariffs she said that germany would not be taken for
a ride it was the image from the g. seven summit in canada that had everyone talking what had 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 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. we have prepared our countermeasures against the tariffs that the us president placed on and i retaliate treat tariffs. 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 o. 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 course means new responsibilities for europe and it is especially 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 worse. so fears of a trade war continue to grow a better result in business asked here but the bad news there not a surprise at all phil after that we can g seven shock the trump set around the globe although investors are starting to get used to this sort of behavior that's mirrored on global financial markets this monday but that doesn't mean this dispute or get even uglier germany doesn't see a quick fix to the trade feud. hit us with terrorists and we'll hit you back that was germany's response to washington's decision to impose a twenty five percent levy on new steel imports. refusing to be raffled the u.s. has already announced its next line of attack cars imported from the e.u.
is traded by its or peter navarro had this to say on fox news. germany has gone autos four times higher than our share of. german imports here and they sell us three times as many cars as we sell so on the issue alone we have allies strategically but when it comes to these trade disputes these allies basically you're robbing us blind the president is not going to put up with that some ways the relationship really that imbalanced let's take a look at the numbers the u.s. taxes e.u. car imports are two point five percent the e.u. on the other hand imposes ten percent on u.s. imports so quite a difference there but that's not the whole story when it comes to s.u.v.s the united states imposes a twenty five percent tax the e.u. on the other hand just ten percent. still some experts say the
e.u. would be better off addressing american concerns than escalating the spots. so why not cut them from the content. and i think such a strategy of cooperation could bring more because then president of the united states can go to the his voters and say well. this was a good deal for the united states. but within the e.u. the mood seems to be more combative harley davidson motorcycles are just one item on the list of the u.s. products the e.u. has voted to tax. and frankfurt correspondence on the line. to see you both let's start with you how shocked was asia about seven surprise. well probably not as shocked as you are open to canada the markets in asia well up
today with analysts empathizing with trump and his defensive motives but investors are wary of course of the all of the unfinished this is that was left behind at the table at the g seven and what the what that me due to the markets in the near future a lot of unfinished business general european markets that phase the the but could there be caught trouble down the road indeed european stocks broadly in green territory across most sectors but if you zoom in and on the share prices of european carmakers like diane are in fights violent you'll see a lot more red and it just so happens that some internal troubles in those companies combined with the news of a looming tariff of twenty five percent on car imports to create the perfect storm now european europe's carmakers have been trying to head off these tariffs by saying they already have a large amount of many of them already have large manufacturing facilities in the
u.s. and as such already create thousands of jobs but we have a situation where the white house isn't really content with having foreign carmakers simply assemble cars that within you are on u.s. soil rather they want the content of those called those cars to be american made as well and such a secure more jobs but fun fact that it's american carmakers don't also sold they rely on american american parts as well in fact only tesla is one hundred percent made as such this is a regime that could backfire as well on american carmakers exactly and to know i can see you're in red today which paints the picture for us on the markets what about politically though the fact trumps pull out came in a tweet was no surprise for us but depressing for the german chancellor i've heard who has proved otherwise to be an effective no nonsense negotiator. he have a good i have and and yes
a good ear angle americal did say that and this is not of course a tearful situation for her to be and she tries to help europe while a response not she already said that's a counter measures to the steel and aluminum tariffs will be put in place but of course the car import tariffs present a different challenge in our cars are germany's most important export it's the most traded product in the world as such the margin of error for angela merkel here is really quite narrow putting up counterterrorists is probably not the most productive way for her to go at the same time lowering the tariffs in the same way the chinese did could be construed as a political climb down so her job just doesn't get any easier from here ok any car trouble though is further down the track and drain the markets are more focused on what's coming up right now and it's the central banks that have caught their attention this week at least yes that's right this is disputing that the fed
interest rates are going to be lifted this week and the ego with that information to make some plans for the future the e.c.b. is also going to be on their minds as investors are going to take a look and wait and see what policyholders are going to plan for the near future for that as well and of course the historic meeting between trump and can joe. that's right it's all eyes on singapore on this meeting and the possible potential outcome of the denuclearization talks and this is not terribly concerned about the impact of these talks on the markets it will bit little bit very little impact in fact but the optimistic on what potential challenges as well as opportunities that these talks are going to be given the fact that this is the start of hopefully what seems to be continuing talks between the two countries quick question is frank
bracing for more surprises yes but the question is from where with the summits and the central bank decisions on north korea their money is mostly on north korea genelle doing a lot on thank you very much for your analysis from frankfurt and draft in singapore a meeting in berlin today aims to revive efforts to find a political solution to the conflict in eastern ukraine feel that thank you is this is a german foreign minister who mass hosting his counterparts from ukraine russia and france as part of the normandy group top of the agenda is a plan to create a un peacekeeping force for the region amid a recent upsurge in fighting february twenty fifteen and there were a few smiles around the negotiating table in the bill the russian capital minsk weeks of devastating fighting that sealed the fate of the first negotiated truce to the war in eastern ukraine this new agreement was meant to finally bring about the
last thing ceasefire one that would pave the way for a political solution. instead the shooting has barely stopped even for a day since then the front line hasn't shifted but the battles continue ukrainian government troops and pro russian separatists trade blame over who fired first. poesy observers are left to catalog cease fire violations but a powerless to stop them. in ukraine's capital kiev men in uniform are a common sight these days and nowhere more so than at the city's central station many of them are heading back to the front line. but what do people him make of the chances for peace did they think u.n. peacekeepers could make a difference. this just talks like these take place but they just say the same things over and over
nothing ever changes whatever happens in europe it doesn't help us here we need to sort out their own country by itself so no one's going to solve this for us i'm from donetsk myself i know the situation from the inside when it all started i was committed to people but eventually listen to each other that this would end as time goes on i'm going on a pessimistic i have serious doubts of the conflict will end anytime soon. we need to liberate out territory this is war and diplomacy alone won't resolve this. once these soldiers reach their positions along the don bus front line there's often just a few hundred meters dividing them from pro russian separatists forces on the un peacekeepers could it's hoped make it that much harder for either side to pull the trigger but before that can happen kiev and moscow need to agree on the scope of the un mission so far russia says it's only willing to support a small un contingent posted on the current front line ukraine its western allies
want to far bigger mission to include all separatist held territory. this train is headed for content in africa seven hundred kilometers to be and hard up against the front line many of its passengers are soldiers returning to their. postings. as the diplomat spreads me to berlin hearing here there's little optimism that this round of talks can succeed with previous ones the failed with no side giving any indication it's willing to make the first move or agree to painful compromises. that summers in singapore where much of the excitement is over how donald trump and kim jong un will get on one side in a room together one of them look alikes around him to go by there is absolutely nothing to worry about. the big bromance in singapore in the run up to the historic meeting between trump and kim these two men are
getting along great. and they get a lot of good things will come from this talk that it's going to be better for everybody better for his nation a book by its about this meeting and it's going to come out good for the rest of the world and this trump 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 image is of the leaders meeting in singapore and they have some creative solutions to the problems facing the u.s. and north korea so i'm going to take some of this crap back to go through with me. i think we can we can solve the foreign and probably north korea with a graduating yet many in the crowd are fooled failing to notice teams australian accent and we can't believe dating noise safety here i question the u.s. president cannot continue to be here so why impress their goal with no security
there. however the summit in singapore turns out the meeting of these two minds is already a success. a lovely thing you're watching news still to come where in ramadan joining which muslims are not allowed to eat during daylight hours on the streets of old delhi detail be found all sorts of tasty treats for me to enjoy come sunset. and more often i'm so well dears i'm business on the way. how do germans came together one nation. frederick
and the empress. tomorrow in shock defeat to the enemy only shall never see one another again with a rebellion against austria in terms of pressure on interest groups and super cool . the germans. in forty five minutes. singapore has set the stage for the historic meeting between us president trump and north korea's dictator kim jong il but can the to strike a deal denuclearization and peace on the korean peninsula really on the cards or is this all just a glorified photo op to find out join our full coverage of the summit from singapore here on the show be. hijacking the news. where i go from the news is being hijacked journalism itself has become a scripted reality show it's not just good versus evil us versus them why
and why. in countries like russia china churchy people are told is that it's enough and if you're a journalist there and you try to get beyond that you are facing scare tactics intimidation. and i wonder is that where we're heading as well. my responsibility as a journalist is to get beyond the smoking mirrors is going just about the premier and balance or being neutral it's about being truthful. when he was part of golf and i were getting the. business to deal. live from above and i'm phil gayle the top stories at this hour u.s. president donald trump house about singapore's prime minister at least in the run
up to he's a president at summit but north korean leader kim jong struck scribes of tuesday's meeting in the city state as one time shot at peace. with german chancellor angela merkel described as interims withdrawal from the weekend's g. seven joint statement a sobering saying not the european union retaliating against us. i'm a study four people have been killed and dozens more wounded in attacks across afghanistan health officials say at least thirteen were killed by a suicide bomb outside a ministry building in the capital kabul women and children on board to be amongst that the surge in violence comes a day before the start of a unilateral government ceasefire with the taliban. after some form president hamid karzai has been speaking to g.w. news about the three day cease fire he says he's hopeful that it will turn into a long term peace process we we need.
we need departing to come to an end and we very much hope that the current even if it is a short one who will lead to a peace process which is to force one a dialogue between afghanistan and intra afghan dialogue in which the afghans talk among them to loose and think of a solution internally for us to come together for peace and stability the second one the second fault is in that range went with the region backed by the international community so interference in afghanistan so afghanistan and the region suspicion of a neighbor especially pakistan begin to live in peace and trust afterwards for that. i believe very strongly and i recommend that the government of germany who has already held three conferences sort of get
a sudden bone think offer fort bourne conference. in which the afghans. are coming together where the afghans and our region will give guarantees to one another far from it are friends of stability which will be endorsed equally also by the international community according to reports just today fifteen policemen were killed by the taliban in condos don't you think that this ceasefire or even a fourth conference spawn conference in germany might be just a dream. well not not i condemn the killing of the police and i call it the taliban and on the government of afghanistan not to engage in any military activity because that will not take us to peace never we have seen it military activity will not lead to peace and and militancy is not going to take us to peace but die an oak
plant interaction a formidable positive one between us and the international community through the good offices of germany will certainly lead us to where we want which is peace. something to get your mouth watering or in ramadan the holy month of season muslims around the world fast during daylight hours but when sunset comes there is a whole array of tasty treats to break the fast and nowhere is that show a famous street markets a whole deli w. has been to sample a delights. old deli always full of life it never fails to kick your senses into high gear. it's an area many see is the heart of delhi's sumptuous food culture this can make it tricky for those fasting in observance of islams holy month known as ramzan here avoiding popular treats
becomes an exercise in restraint. but there's a sense of excitement in the air as if for the daily breaking of the fast draws near special snacks usually only available during ramzan or on offer. meet a new pair of surprise he's an expert on old delhi's cullen airy scene and has been leading food walks here for six years separate gives us a sneak peek into some of the area's best street food hotspots and how they prepare for if tar one of our first stops is one of the area's most famous eateries it's especially busy during ramzan. or do you have been a great place to put on a sunday night before. that with the human rights. separate says the food here is much better than kentucky fried chicken and even nicknames owner mohammed hussein colonel sanders hussein has been
a mainstay of the area for nearly seventy years. what's special about ramzan is that it's an old tradition i've been selling fried meatballs to people since one nine hundred fifty two i used to sell them for one rupee a kilogram now they're going for two hundred. next we stop off at a refreshment stand the perfect place to wash down hussein's fried snacks. this drink. must contains rows and sugar serves watermelon cubes and milk. just next door lies piles of fenny a deep fried vermin chile often eaten at daybreak to seri the last meal before the beginning of the fast. other serry favorites are available at this bakery where separate buys a packet of bread filled with butter and jam but that's for later it's almost sunset and people are scrambling to buy snacks to kick off the evening in style.
they're just a stone's throw away from the german must eat india's largest mosque. as they wait for the breaking of the fast families gather here picnic style some come every night others just once during the month to take in the sense of camaraderie. with. the. finally people can dig in. at the time of the it's a very nice atmosphere everyone is sitting together in their own space everyone comes here from their own homes because it feels good to see it together with everyone else that doesn't know that back inside those who signed up for suppers tour have assembled in front of mohammed hussein shop locals and tourists take their first bites of the evening time for the food walk to begin.
so more business news from a band facility now talking this time about the greek economy which still is not flourishing in fact it's drying up that's according to the greek finance minister a former finance minister yanis varoufakis european officials have been praising the country's latest growth figures as a success story in how to manage debt and restructure an economy but as the european you or your european central bank meets this week to discuss tightening fiscal policy the block's debt levels still at historic highs eight years on since the debt crisis let's take a look the euro area is the third largest economy sits on a melton of debt one hundred thirty three percent of course domestic product europe's most famous data greece still carries around a burden of one hundred seventy seven percent of g.d.p. and if you look at the average the eurozone average it's around eighty seven percent about port italy's case is the latest to shake the block with investors fearing another financial crisis worried about whether the eurozone can weather yet
another storm in an exclusive interview my colleague gary has put it to greece's yanis varoufakis that he was ready to let the common currency area collapse back into what he fifteen. look i am a committed you to be honest my every speech i gave was all about what we need to do in order to save the eurozone and save the european union but at the same time i was saying we are not going to save the eurozone and save the european union if we keep extending the getting the debt crisis into the future by means of more loans from the german and the slow market the portuguese taxpayers that are given to any bank of the state on conditions again and these are the greeks that will not repay them i was x. three of them because i could see that what europe was imposing upon greece was not just bad for greece but it was also bad for europe and the result is a very now being that migration minister in italy speaking about greece you famously said that greece was fiscally water boarded by its creditors and compared
the euro zone told california you can check in any time you like but you can never leave well the greens hasn't left the euro zone greek economy in the last quarter grew by two point two percent that's a fifth consecutive quarter of growth inside the eurozone could it be that you were wrong about that. i sincerely hope and pray that i'm wrong but i very much fear them right if you look. very good by the way the growth rates sit for three years now the although the boards of growth it took six months because before the fizzled out a lot i'm going to say that our income has crashed since two thousand and then it blood told us that on two thousand and fifteen two thousand and sixteen and there is no appreciable growth whatsoever except for some growth when it comes to tourism but. it couldn't be otherwise think about that increase of the moment we have bankrupt companies and we have bankrupt banks and backroom households and
everybody's trying to pretend that they're not bankrupt by borrowing money and you have a state which is imposing twenty nine percent corporate tax rate and the worst part of it is that we are imposing up on even small businesses to prepay next year's tax this year one hundred percent of it when in bulgaria next door to us the tax rate is ten percent there's no prepayment of next year's taxes this year this economy of the greek economy is in a state of the severely cation and all the celebration of recovery is just adding insult to injury we're losing fifteen thousand young people every every month our human capital is being depleted and this is becoming a kind of course of all that is a protector of the european union that doesn't have anything really to show in terms of jane growth and jane prospects except beautiful beaches fantastic weather and very nice people. catch the full interview with yanis varoufakis on they don't come well while greece decided to stay brags it is still looming but the investor
sentiment isn't as daya a survey by consultancy firm young shows trust in the u.k. remains high it's still the number one destination for foreign direct investment in europe or six percent hike in investment projects they're creating around fifty thousand new jobs main reason increased involvement by u.s. companies are on the heels of the u.k. meanwhile is germany which is also seen investment projects climbed by six percent . and audi c.e.o. rupert stock has been implicated in the diesel gate scandal meaning prosecutors say they're investigating him as well as another board member of the fox fox subsidiary the prosecutor's offices stock have been accused of fraud in connection with the ongoing admissions cheating scandals in may thirtieth now police have also searched his apartment as part of that investigation.
now the football world cup begins in russia on thursday but hooliganism from russian football fans is casting a long shadow chris huntington from t w sport is here to tell us well welcome chris thank you this has been a big problem for russia for some time yes it started back in the one nine hundred ninety s. when the soviet union collapsed says it has become a way of life in some cases even militaristic we have a report for you phil let's take a look. first hiding for the sake of fighting this is the hooligan seen in russia when they were in the world cup. in these fights a pure adrenalin it's a rush everyone wants to prove that they're the strongest if they don't know they step in and that's exactly what happened in must say at the twenty sixteen european championship violence broke out between russian hooligans and england fans it wasn't always like this the soviet union did not have a major problem with hand violence but its collapse almost thirty years ago left
the perfect breeding ground for a hooligan seen in russia. russia will find culture started with nineteen nineties when there was a huge vacuum of the government when they could do whatever they wanted at the stadium and government just turned a blind eye or. nowadays it's about competition and ana it's almost it's own sport russian hooligans don't drink alcohol they train but russia is not the only country with a hooligan problem just weeks ago at the champions league semifinal clashes erupted between diehard liverpool and roma fans. russia says it is taking strong measures to avoid violent scenes at the world cup both inside and outside the stadiums these days we see on the president a crackdown on trust on files like at six o'clock they knock your door saying you have no we came just for you know four of the four a talk to tell you what should
be done and what should not be done but they don't leave your choice to either you disappear from the host city for the tournament or you will have some very huge troubles. even the russian president has assured football fans that they'll be in good hands eager to do our best to secure that comfort and safety of our guests. so will the russian world cup be a festival of football or a fight fest only time will tell. so chris how does and we saw in the report that the authorities are aware of the potential for trouble how big an issue is this likely to be. history tis repeat itself and we can just look at the last major turn meant was the euro twenty sixteen one english super fan in particular fifty year old stuart grey was left for day was in a coma for a month and he's come out and he's worn lions fans three lions fans because
typically the issue is between english football fans and russia at least recent history is told is that he's saying don't go to the tournaments watch it from home or in a pub is much safer you know so that is some concern at least from his perspective you know he had it on the ground in the last major tournaments you know so there is that probability that problems could arise and it is part of the problem or the very idea that the groups i found might meet even when they're two teams and not competing you know this is the peculiar issue you see this is organized sense of fighting where there is you know this schedule so to speak it in teams fight you know far away from the fans zones you know in the middle of the woods or in abandoned parking lots and things i don't know about iraq we're talking about organizing it's an organized violence encounter so to speak you know this but then it's spills over sometimes as well into the streets because these are very aggressive individuals sometimes maybe they can't contain themselves you know the
u.k. parliament had a meeting last week and they urged english football fans if you are a minority possibly homosexual then maybe you should not go to the world cup final because safety is a concern for you you know russian hooligans have been known to take pictures take the flags of english fans and take pictures souvenir photos things of this nature you know even the u.k. top football cop ok this guy's from england he's warning english fans to be very wary of how you celebrate if you're singing english songs you know be careful about waving the flag. because that could be looked at is being imperialistic so you know there are several warnings and concerns yet that does a day i mean the whole point about going to a thing like this is to just be a little bit nationalistic be a little bit where the best just sit there in your own business that's never going to fly press we will doubtless the world with the two weeks of it coming up so we will talk more thank you ok under formal
after our sebastian fattal has jumped to the top of a championship standings after winning the canadian grown pray it was a german driver's third victory of the season after wins in australia and bahrain here's how he did it in montreal. it was a catch me if you can day for sebastian fettle in ferrari candidates grand prix after starting in pole position the four time championship winner never looked back where there was a little bumper car action. back in two thousand and thirteen fitz who won the canadian grand prix in similar fashion from start to finish but this victory this season was a bit sweeter not only did it end a canadian dry spell for ferrari it also led to fettle ahead of lewis hamilton in the championship standings perfect is rarely
a good way to do it to describe unbelievable i mean i said yesterday how much this place means for ferrari i think we see it from the world when we touchdown we come here. to have a race like we had today it's unbelievable. rounding out the podium was mercedes driver fell terry botha's in second and red bull's max fish stop in and third formula one's next stop the french grand prix. so hey on the to do it is to have time to get dirty with some cultures in fact filthy and even though we're talking about coal it might be a lot sexier than you think it's got your attention doesn't it it was the fuel of the industrial revolution and he's still the back bone of many economists so wall to scole got to do with odds well here in germany quite a lot of it had to pass to close its last coal mines this year and they could never
it's that to tell us will all welcome david so seventeen odd exhibitions in germany the moment told the topic of coal which seems like a lot of coal for the world of high and yeah absolutely it is but this is a huge deal this is the end of germany's two hundred year a love affair with coal you could say and you know as far as break ups go this is a visit a march is a pretty kind breakout the reality is that germany has pulled the plug on its two and a half billion euro a year subsidy for the coal mining industry you know a few years ago britain shut down the last of its coal mines and now it's germany shutting down the last of its underground coal mines now fortunately for the river valley that's the region where the most of the coal mining activity was in germany this is a region that's been making the transition now over decades from coal to a renewable resource which is art and the coal and art project across the region
has seventeen x. exhibitions and installations and here's a look at a few of. five hundred year existence of the castle has seen a lot now it's being seen in a new way as cutting edge. artist abraham mahama has draped the castle with cloth from sacks used to transport coal and other commodities to and from his native garner many workers have left the marks on them and uncomfortable into active work about global trade and exploitation. what about the things that are very uncomfortable millions of people and billions of people have to end the whole lives but of course we might find ourself in the states where. we don't have to go through those same problems but it doesn't mean they don't exist. david nash is imposing wooden sculptures on display at the frogmen house on a disused money to equipment factory. nash lives in
a former mining region in wales and uses wood salvaged from underground railway lines scorching it back for his art. at the museum in vietnam alexander check many photographs of ukrainian miners in the dumbass region on display these mines are considered extremely dangerous and accidents are common conditions similar to those in germany room mines in the not too distant past. at the art museum in artist. showcases pieces inspired by sup to rein in objects. the very. feet is very impressive the tunnels there are even room as you can walk all the way from essen to dortmund along galleries in the mines into. the museum
fall in essen illustrates how industrial. scapes have changed over the course of the past century. the cultural object is not just about the region's supposedly grower industrial past it's also confronting today's global issues. of course one of the biggest global issues is is pollution coal we know to be horribly polluting mining as we had in the report can be dangerous that even though germany has only two mines left losing the final one is still a huge deal for a community it is of course i mean this is a this is not just economic and social it's cultural and i think that this project really seeks to acknowledge that you know even when there are no active coal mines coal mining will always be a part of this region in these communities and it also deserves its dues coal is
what allowed germany to industrialize it's also been the motor or it was rather the motor of this country's miraculous recovery after world war two and cultured we can't forget is the original reason for the european union so even though the rural region itself is is redefining itself it's making great use also of its industrial architecture this this is really left an indelible mark on the region and that's being honored today this is the size of a great example this is impressive mining complex it's been a unesco world heritage site since two thousand and one world class museum now there's also the valley. tree and. that's makes great use of these spaces for music even for the occasional rave we all know that most industrial spaces are great party locations. so when we look at this on a whole the coal mining industry has been on such a decline since the seventy's this certainly is very sad for the few remaining mining communities in the region but if you take it on the whole it is really
pretty bright future i think we're a little place a slow. decline unlike that in the u.k. with it's of came to hold over just a couple of years yes well definitely more on the website more on our website that's a t w dot com slash culture. and i don't know if we've got time to take a look at a few west images from these from these exhibition while you're here go. i'm sorry drought ok well you've got to go there and thank you david leavitt's for about the culture thank you you're dismissed. and so. here's a reminder of our top stories. u.s. president donald trump has met singapore's prime minister at least him though and the run up to his unprecedented summit with north korea's leader kim jong il of mr trump is called choose a meeting for a times to come along talk shop at least. to germany now german chancellor angela merkel has called the donald trump's withdrawal from the g
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