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french president. he arrived at the castle outside of berlin today a knight in shining armor answering a friend's call for help a crisis over migration threatens to take down german chancellor angela merkel and her government tonight mccrone to the rescue can he save miracle without sacrificing part of his political self i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. the topic which currently concerns this pool is the topic of migration. so samantha to some it is taking place and i think we should openly say do something during a moment of truth for your anything until. the government gonzaga i think we can
say that we are opening a new chapter for the european union as well as for franco german cooperation the expenses for threw them up and i think that meant that we believe in a european response to migration challenges little bit infested if you gotta see that it's really about it is sufficient on what kind of society we want to have on this issue. also coming up tonight and signing up to the space force us president donald trump wants to take america first into the great beyond. it is not enough to merely have in american presence in space we must have american dominance in space. oh we begin the day with. migration and the money today at a castle outside of berlin the french president and the german chancellor came together while their talking points and schedule agenda fell apart president macron
had hoped to announce ambitious plans for the eurozone a key component of his vision of rebuilding europe now there will be a single eurozone budget starting by the year two thousand and twenty one but a dream of a european banking union well it remains just that a dream the realities of power politics and the challenges of migration ended up hijacking today's summit mccraw a committed partner in friends americal will have to walk that talk today he promised to help the german chancellor craft a european plan on dealing with migration and next week see you summit. in the center of a mission impossible that will quickly become a life saving mission for america. to people who may need one another french president among cruel needs and in a macro for his ideas on europe and the german chancellor needs france for
a europe wide migration policy sloths mazie back outside of. the pleasant atmosphere for difficult subjects after they took smucker on cooled front of the german co-operation and a united europe fish would succeed it's really a decision for society and perhaps even for civilization. do on the one hand there are those who say we can get rid of the earth that till it no longer addresses challenges. on the other hand are those who say as we do that this europe can make progress if we become more sovereign and unified to hop on a hold on just a more to turn a for pursuit when it is unique. when it comes to european asylum policy where machall urgently needs result there is backing from the french president front supports the aim of sending refugees home already registered in the e.u. back to the country where that initially been registered. both want to further
strengthen europe's x. tunnel borders and a strong franco german access and asylum policy at the e.u. summit at the end of june and we want to prevent europe from further division and instead we want to promote common solutions. this also optimism on both sides when it comes to e.u. reform the issue that mccrone has made his own the euro currency is to be made more stable france and germany have agreed to invest millions in the euro zone however the euro zone budget will be a bit smaller than what mccrone wants as per medicals wishes. she could have met it just cannot it's totally pragmatic what budget do we have today in the eurozone none what will we have to moral a euro zone budget and do it as a normal mccraw being both pragmatic and ambitious the details for reform can be
decided later nako i'm across say that a new chapter of franco german relations has begun. all right for more on that new chapter i'm joined by political correspondent so i mean young he has been at that meeting just outside of berlin good evening to you so ivan so we know that the german chancellor angela merkel she needs results on migration quickly and she could use a political wife wine from mr what did she get today. well she certainly got a certain amount of support brant no obstacles to place in hawaii by president mark wrong he signed up as far as the migration issue is concerned to that object of a european solution of finding common asylum rules that suit all the members of the european union and they've agreed to go
a little bit further some of the detail talking about for instance setting up asylum centers processing centers for migrants outside the e.u. for instance in north africa and other african states where people claims could be looked at that's the kind of thing that you know even the populists in italy if for instance will will like because it could mean that people don't arrive in europe in the first place also both leaders talking about providing more help for those countries particularly affected by migration of course the southern european nations it's the increase in particular have been very affected by this issue and even on the question of bilateral agreements a little bit grudgingly perhaps but france's president said you know he won't be letting migrants through to germany that's exactly what the troublesome bavarian conservative leader also wants out of medical of course he's got her under pressure because he said if he doesn't see advances on the migration issue in the next two
weeks he's going to take unilateral action and start taking a tough line on his own so a little bit of what she needs to keep going in the difficult situation she's in in bolin is what the chancellor got from the french president today we know that she needs the support from the french president but that's not enough she needs more support from other e.u. countries when it comes to finding some solution on migration dishy have anything that she can offer these other countries to get them to come on board. well they've talked about that as well they've talked about providing incentives as i say support for the particularly affected countries i think. the last few days is a travelled a little bit on this issue in respect of this idea of lateral agreements so where she would prefer to have a european wide range but that everyone signs up to because as the team leaders
said in their declaration today you know individual solutions result in more migration nonetheless merkel is now saying is well you know if it's a question of doing bilateral deals with particular countries to say you keep your migrants there and maybe we'll support this project or we'll help you to deal with that problem that is the poff that nickel seems to be inclined to take because again she's under such time pressure to show some kind of concrete results and a change of policy on this very troublesome issue so we know that merkel wanted to talk about migration today and that's what happened we know that mr mccraw and he wanted to talk about the euro zone budget and reforming the euro zone i mean did they have any results to talk about i mean we know that a euro zone budget will go into effect by two thousand and twenty one but i mean is there are we talking about real reform here simon or is this just window dressing
to keep the french president happy for a while. well they for. this declaration the it's a day which is a piece of paper that contains all sorts of technical details about for instance the european banking union about the european stability mechanism developing that into the european monetary fund and so on so there's a lot of detail there but they also suggested that these were just ideas because you've got to get the leaders around the e.u. to have signed up to these ideas as well. our political correspondent simon young in maze of just outside of berlin tonight simon thank you. well the french president we often hear places a high premium on values such as loyalty you can see how he is standing by the german chancellor as she negotiates that migration deal with mr micron apparently is also a stickler for good manners a teenage boy learned that lesson yesterday in
a very public way at an event to remember the french resistance against the nazis that teenager greeted president by saying how's it going manu a man who is a nickname for a minute well the president's first name here is how your respond. and you act like a clown but today it's the muscle and the partisan song was singing address me as mr president of the republican plain mista there you go you need to do things the right way even if you want to lead a revolution you got to in diploma and learn to put food in the title like a. man and then give you a listen. frank words of advice went viral on social media and the reaction was mixed some thought that mccrone should get off his high horse and show with sense of humor others thought it was right for the french president to admonish the teenager's lack of respect for whatever your opinion may be i think we can all agree that in some situations a bold manu is definitely
a no big no. well the challenges of migration cannot be reduced to power politics when we talk about migrants we're talking about people with lives that have been turned up side down and this is not a local or a regional problem in another country this is a global crisis today the un refugee agency reported a record number of people are on the move around the world war and conflict have led to the largest increase in refugees and displaced people since the year when began keeping refugees statistics back in one thousand nine hundred fifty one now the report says that since two thousand and sixty the number of refugees has increased you can see right here by three million to a total of sixty eight and a half million people now you know we give you
a relation here that is more than the entire population of france roughly two thirds of these refugees are from just five countries syria afghanistan south sudan somalia and me and more are now all of these countries are home to conflicts which if solved would have a dramatic positive impact on the global refugee crisis but as we know there are new signs of peace breaking out in those countries any time soon so what would best help now all those people who are fleeing the wars in crises we asked charlie yaxley in geneva switzerland earlier today he's with the un agency for refugees. well this is a diet that we've reached for the just for the fifth year in a row and you've read cool it has been set with the highest number of people displaced in any time since world war two and behind these figures we have to
remember individual men women and children who through no fault of their own have been forced to leave everything they know behind last year people full of to flee their homes a ray of. every two seconds thoughts crates to around forty four thousand four hundred people per day and the vast majority of those more than eighty five percent of being hosted in developing countries so what's needed now is for the international community to come together for that to be great to solidarity with the global south of great a share of responsibility to be taken in that was charlie actually there with the un h c r in geneva switzerland. a migration policy is also dividing the united states president came to power promising action against illegal immigrants when now he is facing growing outrage as he defends his border protection policy
a policy which separates migrant children from their parents and already a record has emerged that appears to capture the cries of small spanish speaking children being processed by u.s. immigration officials. but there were no. children detained in cages calling for their parents this is the trumpet ministrations zero tolerance policy in action critics have likened the practice to torture. opponents of the law interrupted a u.s. congressional hearing to demand an end to separating immigrant children from parents. this is a policy and i understand this this was a policy invented implemented and executed by president
donald trump and i'm talking directly to my republican colleagues we need you to stand up to president quote. we need you to join us in telling him that we reject this mean. policy. president donald trump has blamed the separation of families on democrats saying they're at fault for refusing to pass new immigration laws yet the zero tolerance policy driving the separations was introduced under his own republican administration i have put in place a zero tolerance policy for you they go it three on our southwest border if you cross the border. then we will prosecute that so if you are bungling a trial then we will prosecute you and that child may be separated from you
for our role. as the sides trade blame in the debate over family separations the children in these detention centers are forced to cope with the new reality it could be months before they're reunited with their parents. or u.s. president obama trump wants to make america great again and albert space on monday he signed an executive order which he says will clear the way for the pentagon to begin preparing for u.s. dominance in the final frontier of that includes exploration of the moon and mars and trump well he gave it the name very importantly i'm here by directing the department of defense and pentagon to immediately begin the process necessary to establish a space force as the sixth branch of the armed forces it's
a big state and we are going to have the air force and we have going to have the space force separate but equal. all right for more on this space for some joined tonight by jack burns he's director of the network for exploration in space science in boulder colorado he has also served on the trump administration's nasa transition team mr burgess good to have you on the day i have to ask you did you advise the u.s. president to push for a space force. no we did not that was our our task was limited to really nasa. the civilian end of the space program and really designing a future plan for nasa it has included a return to the move. and we know a lot of your research has to do with you know traveling to the moon and using the
moon as a springboard maybe two to go to mars and beyond your man of science what do you make of the president careful there and the interpretation being one of the things that it has been recognized at last few years is bad we do need to look at upgrading our defense posture in space that doesn't need militarizing space because the u.s. along with china and russia are part of the outer space treaty that was signed in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven term that says no offensive weapons in space no nuclear weapons no missiles no military bases on the move so i think what the president is really trying to get you here is that there are some threats to some of the satellite assets in space that are important for a surveillance and those need to be protected so would you say then that because
when he says dominance in outer space american dominance obviously people think that he's talking about you know being having a military presence there but you're saying we're talking about just basically protecting the satellites that are in orbit around the earth is that right. well it is because they were vulnerable. you know several years ago to try east for example launched a missile and destroyed one of their own satellites to illustrate fact if they had capability for kinetic you'll weapons they could under certain circumstances be turned to other countries we hope the u.s. is possible other countries are are horrible and so upgrading that technology looking at smaller satellites looking at the receive ways of protecting the satellites is really what's required what is required and i don't really think the
president was seriously proposing bet we have a large number of troops stationed in space this is not star wars this is not luke skywalker fighting against the dark forces so i think we're talking about something that just makes more sense in terms of upgrading technology to today's today's world jack burns joining us tonight from boulder colorado mr burroughs we appreciate your insights tonight very valuable thank you. you're welcome good night . or day six of the world cup is in the can and here to bring us the latest and up to date is chris harrison from our sports desk chris how to how you doing all right let's start with russia they beat egypt today what was it three one yes it was the whole stations to do well brant in this particular competition you know let's not forget they scored an incredible five goals and one thing interesting about this match up there and beaten it gets
african competition egypt quizzed really haven't beat your competition in the world cup and others take a look at this action to see how it played out started out for the first egypt don't go all pretty much says demoralize them and obviously thrilled everyone in hand and i'm just guessing here more russians in the stands in the egyptians i'm sure about it but the penalty did there was the concession i mean most solid was the player he had questions about his shoulder he injured it in the champions league but he was he got the green light ahead of this match and then you know it was more insult to injury did this sherry chef sherry chef yeah you might not have heard of him but right now he's leading the world cup in scoring here right heard of the guy he just beat christian over knowledge that right yeah but you know russia is full steam ahead they look all but certain almost guaranteed in my opinion to reach the knockout stage like it's typical for those nations to do so and what about the days to other matches they were both in group a try group h.
we saw colombia and japan in one match poland in senegal in the other and the two favorites colombia in poland got the short end of the stick in both occasions and we have a report let's take a look. senator poland sought to stop strikers this captain so badly want to ask inside your money is a letter at least one provider for isa gay who nets a first gold shortly before the time but it turned out to be a known goal for poland's jungle chun a quick deflection hits a ball into the net and a good second came off that terrible back pass by the polish defense and after that it was all too easy for him by any young at the hour mark. poland scored only managed a late consolation go school jacko to show the whole of the uk. and dusty left no mark on this match while sonny goes to one success is the first win for a football match africa at this world cup. colombia meanwhile shut
themselves in the foot against japan after just three minutes carlos sanchez got sent off for handball and change account of a convert to the ensuing penalty. colombia that's a back and fun fun i'm looking to the level it's called before the break. but also of course safe today for japan when he knocked in a corner after seventy three minutes to one the final score here as well. are back here at the big table so he pressed senegal beating poland was that expected. you know not really i think poland was a favorite i mean the you know there are fueled by robert levin and then when you consider factoring the european championship you know they were quarter finalists it was only two years ago and so there were bigger expectations around poland but senegal you know they got in this particular competition thanks to a playoff they had to replay a match because of match fixing they got in the last time there really was two
thousand and two that's when they beat the defending champions france and made it to the quarterfinals and on the pitch i mean basically told them look confused they were often frustrated and too slow i mean making foolish decisions on defense poland is known for having one of the worst defenses in all of europe and it really showed today because the one goal to go it go for senegal i mean there was no one between the striker and the goal post except air yes no that didn't stop him so. we saw japan beat colombia their first ever victory let me get this right over a south american team at the world cup right yeah but they had a huge advantage i mean five minutes had gone by and there was a man down on the colombian side you know japan thanks to their boy is the good connection she can go a little soccer they both you know contributed and it was nice to see that colombia a lot more expectations behind them because the last world cup they receive quarterfinals they were expected to do to do that again how ms rodriguez is you
know their fuel he was subdued late because he wasn't quite one hundred percent i mean teamwork beat colombia and it's kind of easy i think when you have an extra guy i mean this is is hard to get your office going but they did equalise at one point you know so when you look at the whole tournaments or for lots of unexpected things here there are a lot of unexpected things right. chris as always thank you very much ok. all right the day is nearly done the conversation continues online we'll see you tomorrow at five. o'clock.
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