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and the opportunity for. starts october third on t.w. . this is deja news coming to you live from berlin and even leaders confronted by the challenges of brigs it yet again there in a child's book for the second day off and you summits we'll go there live to hear more about the mixed reactions to the british comments elitist and breaks in planned also coming up north and south korea appear to skill new heights of
corporation that's as washington signals its intends to restart talks with young young bostic is the korean peninsula any closer to denuclearize ation. and not many refugees arrived in europe three years ago have found a walk so far with the job market's tight some employers say they might be able to help. out and look i'm i'm on the thought cheema british prime minister to reason may have speech to checkers brags that plan to e.u. leaders at a summit in the austrian city off the sauce bug why a commission president. prime minister may's presentation was quote a delight it appears others in attendance were not that impressed you concert president don. the u.k.
is awful on post breaks of trade ties and i didn't do major sticking points must be rebooked ahead of the u.k. leaving the bloc. and he because i'm axel funny is covering that summit for us in a fast buck and joins me now from there so much as we cut primus it is a may have submitted the full quote check us plan there but the reaction was mixed what can you tell us at the checkers plant has been effectively on the table since july but it was the first time that series of may presented officially to her e u twenty seven colleagues when she did that at midnight wednesday night there was no reaction she just did during ten minutes of course the other leaders knew all about the plan already but today they discussed the plan and they're being quite nice to the reason may the reason for this being that she has a party conference in a couple of weeks back home in the u.k. with the tories there is a risk she might not survive that politically speaking that's something that the other leaders want to avoid they want her as the negotiation part of the
negotiating partner and they don't want to have what might come afterwards maybe complete chaos or even more hardline broke city years so they want to keep this in place but after that they'll put the cards on the table we already know that they're not happy about the suggested solutions about the two major problems that still exist future trade ties and of course ireland's so you think the e.u. leaders want to strengthen a tourism may for now but as you mentioned lot of work still needs to be done on the two major obstacles to want a big city agreement so what happens next max. well next we have the party conference in the u.k. after wards the negotiation process will continue is always continued but then they really have to try to make a deal where there's not much time left as you know we're talking about the end of march and brags that some say that by november they need to have that deal at least politically to ensure that the different parliaments of the u.k. and also the european parliament can give their ok can give their heads up about
that some say it might be afterwards but this seems to be a pretty realistic deadline so now it's a game of chicken basically good will blink first who will get in first it will be it will be unlike what you see here where the toll is rather nice in the hard negotiation we have to wait and see what comes out of all of this max soft money in someone's book austria at the e.u. summit thank you very much. another issue which was on a discussion inside was a refugee crisis the e.u. still struggling to come up with a unified plan on how to deal with refugees and migration at the height of europe's refugee crisis in two thousand and fifteen the overland passage to the balkans saw a surge in those seeking refuge an asylum but a key transit gun country hungary erected a border fence two years ago that effectively blocked the route forcing refugees to find other alternatives now the e.u.
estimates around four thousand refugees are stuck just outside you boundaries now at the boston border many alleged violence at the hands of border guards and the reporter from kauffman visited a makeshift camp to investigate. getting to the e.u. has been an impossible feat for this afghan refugee ever since the balkan rued was close to years ago. made it to serbia last year he recently arrived in the small town of the hutch near the border with croatia an e.u. country. barter when it on sunday night try one. border crucial border when it on how burning the preventing a lot there are a few allegations against croatia like those by name a tool of asean unmounting d.w. reporters took photos during many visits to north western policy at sego vino the
summer refugees there say these injuries were inflicted by creation border police. an hour north of here is one of the border crossings integration into the. we confront a local border police chief with the allegations but he dismisses them. the croatian police strictly adhered to the law and regulations i emphatically reject every allegation that the creation police are acting unlawfully. called the e.u. border runs right through a former warsaw predominantly muslim be had was heavily contested during the bosnian war and hostages many refugees. in one nine hundred ninety two there were more than fifty thousand refugees here so the number of migrants today is not really so high many think it's high simply because there's no solution
in sight. they get very close to three thousand on the story. like often in this multi-ethnic state the nationalist parties of the boss next creations and so have been at odds also on this issue and elections are imminent. nationalists here in boston had to govern i have used to my current question from the beginning of this election campaign to the nationalists the migrants on issue for the e.u. to resolve since that's where they want to go brussels has given us organisations seven point two million euros this year to help asylum seekers but most and b. have say that's not a viable solution the town has built up a modest tourism industry sensible scene war ended twenty three years ago to a model which for example runs a guest house on the river a favorite spot for kayakers and nature lovers especially from the middle east in one of those we have a lot of arab visitors who don't want to get in
a situation where the police are checking their i.d.'s and assuming they're migrants that's why fewer of them are coming here now but people still invested heavily in tourism through that point. and that will inevitably make life for a few chase such as neymar to love as here even horse many living just outside the e use external borders say the europeans are merely shifting the problem further down the ball convolute. and this news just coming in the wild anti doping agency wada has voted to lift a ban on the country's drug testing the bought a tree in russia and that paves the way for russian athletes to return to track and field competition the lab has been suspended since two thousand and fifteen after a wider report revealed a major state sponsored doping scandal athletes and anti doping bodies from around
the world have urged not to reinstate russia saying it would be a victory for clean athletes. and being human. on that story when details come and meanwhile let me bring you up to date with some other stories making news around the world for the malaysian prime minister najib razak has pleaded not guilty to twenty five new charges of money laundering and abusing his position he appeared in court following allegations that six hundred twenty million dollars linked to a state investment fund ended up in a bank accounts. japan's prime minister shinzo avi has been reelected as head of the ruling liberal democratic party in a landslide victory he wondered around seventy percent of members votes if the first he would become japan's longest serving premier in august two thousand and twenty one. pictures of emerge capturing the dramatic moment when a firefighter's hose is snatched from his hands by the force of red fire to nato
and british columbia in canada this happened in august as more than five hundred one files were blazing across the region fearing by rising heat and high winds. that the parties in uganda have arrested the opposition politician known as bobby why he was detained upon his return from the u.s. made to seek treatment for injuries sustained during alleged torture police banter rallies to welcome wind who is a fierce critic of the ugandan president. some of korea's president says north korean leader kim jong un wants to restart nuclear talks with chief u.s. diplomat mike bumpy oh and hopes for a second summit with president donald trump. was speaking after he returned from three days of talks in pyongyang during which he signed several agreements aimed at bringing peace to the penciler the summit ended on a high with him and kim jong un keen to show they can overcome obstacles together.
visiting the peak of a sacred call canaille in north korea was perhaps a fitting closure to this historic summit north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon j in which clearly enjoying the stunning setting at mount. it marked the end of their efforts to calm tensions in the region which included allowing international inspectors to observe the dismantling of north korea's main rocket launch site but kim jong un says shutting down the yongbyon nuclear plant depends on reciprocal steps by the united states what he means by that is unclear. back in june donald trump became the first u.s. president to meet with a north korean leader analysts believe that north korea will want the u.s. to declare a formal end to the korean war possibly demanding a withdrawal of u.s. forces in the south and
a relief from sanctions that are hurting north korea's struggling economy. president trump has not ruled out making concessions. what will you what is what is that well but in the meantime we're soft it is very calm he's gone so we'll see what that. a similar kind of calmness perhaps between these two leaders on the peak of this sacred spot although both of them and the rest of the world too was surely aware they were standing on a volcano. joining me now is to see this from soon south korea kate a three day visit and we saw that the two leaders standing out against the backdrop of the sacred volcano what was the message their leaders were giving by choosing this location. well i really think that unity was the definite message here if the idea of the korean peninsula could be entering
a new era you know this mountain is basically known as the setting of a sort of a logical story about the beginning of the korean people so it's a symbol essential of what it means to be korean. and south korea's president has said that he dreams of going to this now and in cuba and by feeling that wish is kind of sending the message that korea may be divided right now but there are still indeed one people right to read this is a take a step because now let's go to give a drunk so i welcome you seem to really be happy day could this be heading to well it's a korean dream if your kids shouldn't in the coming months. you know i'd i'd like to think that it is but it won't be a quick process if we do indeed see you know reunification or of the merging of these two countries and then near future there's a new reasons for that the first one being you know to formally create a peace agreement and to the korean war north and south korea really need more than
just themselves to sign on and that would basically require for the u.s. to be on board and right now i'm not so sure that the americans want to be washington this treating of pieces surance between the u.s. and north korea as a bargaining chip and they have expressed that they want to see more solid seps towards denuclearization of burgers and then there's the idea that denuclearization itself would take a very long time if it's a prerequisite to reunification of the actual process of dismantling and surrendering these weapons and you know as someone who lives in reports in south korea i have seen that a lot of south korean people are not necessarily receptive to the idea of reunification right now mainly because their economy is really struggling and they're not necessarily and ready to open their doors you know potentially millions of other people right. to south korea thank you very much for that assessment.
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