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critics of g.w. on facebook and twitter today in touch follow us. this is you know we news live from berlin president trouble lashes out at china accuses them of meddling in u.s. elections china rejects the charge from told a security council meeting that beijing was interfering because it doesn't like his trade policy also coming up chancellor pongal americal puts on a brief basis or party rejects one of ricky allies but critics say this could be
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the beginning of the end of the miracle era. the only. way iraq is great to have you along everyone u.s. president donald trump has accused china of interfering in america's upcoming midterm elections trump made the charge as he chaired a meeting of the u.n. security council in new york he offered no evidence to back up the accusation but said beijing and did not want him to win the election because of his tough line on trade and china in turn has denied this saying it did not and will not interfere in any country's domestic affairs on north korea trump said talks with pyongyang were making positive progress behind the scenes and that he expected very good news in the coming months and years. all right let's find out how president trump's
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performance as the chair of the security council went down for that i'd like to turn to our correspondent on outfront naaman shows gathered today. well there was no laughter today we have to say and i was in the security council meeting and my impression was said that we can describe the atmosphere there is very thieves use mood and the president himself seems to be very focused to be very restrained he stayed pretty much on message on script however at the same time what was to most remarkable thing about this security council session was the fact that it's once again exposed the deep divisions between the united states and its closest allies such as great britain or friends on topics such as the iranian nuclear deal or russia's role in syria all right well let's talk about that
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other thing that everybody is talking about since that opening address president trump's allegation that china is meddling in u.s. a midterm elections against him let's take a listen to what he said exactly and then we'll pick up from there. regrettably we found that china has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming twenty eight. election coming up in november against my administration they do not want me or us to win because i am the first president ever to challenge china on trade and we are winning on trade we are winning at every level we don't want them to meddle or interfere in our upcoming election what is so remarkable exam is that on tuesday president trump use his address to the general assembly to bash china over intellectual property theft
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and tariffs on u.s. goods and now this accusation how sour are relations between washington and beijing . well we have to say that this is really a bombshell. president trump has talked about this before that it's that was not only russia to meddle in the u.s. elections but also all the extras such as china but to accuse china in such a high level meeting on the wolf stage while the foreign minister of china is sitting at the very same table it's really remarkable and that's really unusual and i would assume that president will be facing a lot of criticism here in the united states for doing it without presenting any evidence for his claims and even because he's own intl community is saying that
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it's russia who is the bad the worst actor here and not china all right now the town as you've illustrated there has been at times blistering but then there was this. but most importantly i believe that chairman kim jong un a man i have gotten to know and like wants peace and prosperity for north korea many things are happening behind the scenes away from the media which nobody know what they're happening nevertheless and they are happening in a very positive way so i think you will have some very good news coming from north korea in the coming months and years so i know we don't have anything tangible substantial agreement ought to support that belief that he is saying that he's expressing there yet he believes korea wants peace in iran is
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abiding by all the terms of the nuclear deal and the shunned by this president how is he scoring that circle. well you know that the president the president. of the best to deal maker and the world and i think these remarks today reflected this belief and it is a really radical shift from threats last year to this fluttery this year however as you said we have not seen any evidence yet that north korea is really committed to a complete close ation of the korean peninsula so it might be it that president is too optimistic and it was actually the french president today who said the dead we need to see evidence that north korea is really committed to doing the clear as ation alexander phenomena thank you so much for your continued coverage in new york . our atlas said bring you up to speed now with some of the other stories making
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news around the world where new allegations have surfaced against u.s. supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh a third accuser says she witnessed sexually abusive behavior by cavanagh toward girls at high school parties they attended in the early one nine hundred eighty s. she also says she was gang raped at one such party although did not accuse kavanaugh for taking part. the wife of malaysia's former prime minister has appeared before an anti corruption agency from a store was questioned over the alleged misuse of a mil to billion dollars state investment fund police found luxury goods and cash during raids on apartments linked to the family shortly after her husband as you election defeat in may. india's supreme court has upheld the legality of the world's largest biometric database but it has imposed new restrictions on how the personal details of more than one billion citizens can be
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used the program has led to years of legal challenges and triggered debates about privacy and digital governance. back here in germany shows the anglo-american suffered a serious blow when members of her conservative bloc rejected her personal choice and close ally as their leader in the parliament it came as a surprise both to the chancellor and to the political establishment in berlin and miracles opponents believe it could be the beginning of the end for her thirteen year long chancellorship. the german government's weekly meeting chancellor angela merkel getting to work but is it really business as usual it's the day after the biggest defeat of her career her party's parliamentary bloc ousted their longtime leader and one of marco's closest confidence until now the new party whip was only known as a financial expert he's expected to both stop the conservative parliamentary group
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self-confidence but this will put chancellor merkel in an even more uncomfortable position says one conservative m.p. i think that she has to counter with affection group that is more self-confident and i think now we gain back a bit more independence and i think that is. slightly challenging because the chancellor will need to fight for her own positions the new group leader promised to listen closely to the input from constituencies and try to downplay the significance of the vote for him which officers are looking forward to working with on the long otto as has just been explained there's no daylight between us it will be a close and trusting cooperation just as i've had with in recent years. you know. if you had before the vote on the america had urged the conservative m.p.'s to support her and like her but to no avail the majority wanted to change the german
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chancellor acknowledge the outcome is a defeat. that's shouldn't it be this is democracy and that means sometimes you lose a vote there is nothing to gloss over but i want the parliamentary group of c.d.u. and c.s.u. to be successful and therefore i will support i think house wherever possible. catfish and all opposition parties declared kouddous defeat a clear sign that market's time is chance less coming to an end coalition partner the social democrats are calling for a return to serious work. mind else if the sky urge seriousness and politics we have a global political situation that is rather chaotic germany cannot afford to gamble on the contrary we are an anchor of stability also for europe and i expect this seriousness from both the social democratic of as well as the conservative parliamentary group. but this will take some time yes today's vote has saken
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conservatives more than expected. an activist with the russian protest punk group pussy riot has said he's convinced he was poisoned by russia's secret service appear to fair software has told a german newspaper that it was likely that russia's military intelligence agency attacked him possibly for looking into the killing of three russian reporters in africa first off is now recovering in a hospital here in berlin. a police guard outside the shoddy tay hospital in central berlin currently its most prominent patient is being treated there. and this is at the airport ten days ago joked of as a law a thirty year old activist from the russian protest group pussy riot was brought to the german capital on suspicion of being poisoned berlin doctors say that's quite possible but didn't find any toxins suffered from impaired consciousness and vision problems his family is in berlin as is his girlfriend also from pussy riot has been
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really better a yes they we watched a few so he's involved in everything that's going on there on the fume yeah sure sometimes he has some thing not clear in his mind but says the progress is cereal great during the world cup final this july in moscow there's a lot of ran onto the field in a police uniform along with other activists they were protesting against police brutality in russia. two weeks ago in moscow he was brought to a hospital apparently disoriented his family then arranged to have him transported to berlin there's a lot of girlfriends believes that the russian secret service is also watching him in germany but she herself doesn't feel threatened. i'm not the type of person. i get i understand that it could be something like that but i'm not the type of person for me it's much more uncomfortable to be on the control of police even they try to protect and to control me doctors in berlin hope that there's
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a lot will fully recover the question then will be what really happened. we're listening to football now and last season's runners up shaka travel to five worked on cheers day night hoping to end their nightmare start to this season but a fifth straight loss left shaka mired at the very bottom of the standings. in freiburg a match that at least on paper had to grate clad royal blues as firm favorites get coach dominica today changed six of his starting eleven in this must win game. five minutes into the match and for alexander's full of saved his efforts twice only to be beaten at the third attempt shaka went crazy celebrating their first lead of the whole season but they soon discovered that the referee had ruled to go out as the eventual scorer said rick tocchet was offside before he found the net. then the
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industrious you have set up. as she kept pushing and shortly before half time it was daniel cally juries turn to hit the upright. nil nil at the break but seven minutes into the second half freiburg took the neat when through a media leshner tucked and easy rebound a horrible moment for shock a keeper right fairmount whose spirit christiane didn't as original shot straight into need election this past one knew it stayed the hosts celebrating their first home win of the season cheika meanwhile unable to manage even a draw at the fryeburg they stayed firmly rooted to the bottom of the bundesliga stop. it watching t.v. news recent have a lot more to tell you about including. slave wages in the middle of the european union more on wage something in the textile industry coming out shortly in
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a business. that on a whole lot more up next we're going for the one i see at the top of the hour. capital. where i come from we have to fight for a free press and was born and raised in a military dictatorship with just one t.v. shadow and a few newspapers with official information as a journalist i have worked on the streets of many can trust and their problems are always the same fortune the social inequality a lack of the freedom of the press and corruption who can afford to stay silent.


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