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digital. storage twenty three w. . this is d.w. news life from birth and total devastation that's how donald trump describes areas of california after the state's worst ever wildfires the u.s. president visits rescue workers and victims promising to support teams now around thirteen hundred people still missing we'll go live to california for the latest also coming up. bitter on the certainty of its business certainty story fog and
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into the government confirms a submarine that went missing a year ago imploded its thing killing everyone on board for the cruise families many questions remain unanswered. and with survey suggesting more people in britain would now choose to stay in the u. we'll take you to a town where the lever was among the strongest time when some one else watching sides. i'm rebecca races welcome to the program u.s. president donald trump has visited areas ravaged by california's wildfires firefighters are still trying to contain large parts of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in california history also already say at least seventy six people have been killed and almost thirteen hundred still unaccounted for. the
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president was greeted by the smell of smoke while making his way into town or what was left of it. the city of paradise once home to twenty seven thousand people was incinerated by the blaze last week. whose initial response was criticized for its unfeeling tone pledged to help with the recovery and see what's happened here. nobody would have ever thought this could have happened. so the federal government is realize you are all the idea joe there is a rare show of unity between president and the democratic governor of california jerry brown trump had previously blamed the fires on poor forest management in california but fire experts and the governor argued the effects of climate change have driven the more intense blazes a theory the president didn't want to hear that if he should change your opinion at
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all understand the president don't you know have a strong opinion of what way climate when they have that and we're going to have forests that are very safe as we can go through these every year we go through this and we're going to have safe faras and. that's happening as we speak. in the neighboring town of chico residents have taken matters into their own hands by collecting donations to provide essential as for those who have lost everything some of the people here may feel trying to visit gave them hope but many are disappointed that the president didn't meet with any of the survivors. three years of town. i'm sure you're not going to get my vote which i think you living here is a show. i mean he was talking to come in here to make himself look better the multiple years president trump promised to help the people of california and tackle
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the wildfire problem how exactly he would do this he didn't say. well for more let's bring in journalist mike valda he joins me from santa rosa one of the most affected areas by the fires mike what are the locals making of trump's visit. reaction has been very to the president's visit as you'd expect to the degree that it was a moment of politically unique between leaders that have sparred in campaigns for months to that degree was a success the president seemed deeply moved about what he saw and wanted to take action going forward along with senator house minority leader kevin mccarthy took the trip along with him on the other hand he is facing criticism over the aspect of climate change and failing to concede that that plays a role in these fires. he has been focused on the idea of forest management and he really stuck with that throughout the day so while there's an appreciation that he
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was there and experienced it there's still a frustration about the root cause of these fires a number of people now missing has risen to nearly thirteen hundred is there any hope that some of the most of our lives. there is hope that that number will eventually come down as staggering as it is the buchanan sheriff has said at the beginning that the numbers very much a moving target some of these maybe duplicate it's some of them could be from all mind when one call some of these people could be reunited already so know the imminent fire danger is getting closer to over crews will be able to get into these burned out areas really get a sense of what this true number is and hopefully in the next days and weeks will really get an accurate reflection of what it should number is going to look like and experts warn files like this could become the new normal how california is planning to adapt to this. that is the big question in california right now some
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californians are really facing by their fatigue and in some areas people have gone through this to some degree for the last four years and. people are just deciding to move out of the area they just don't want to deal with that danger anymore to those that are staying it's just is a new way of thinking. and ways of designing your home with the defense of a space around it is especially in the most at risk areas as well as local governments making development decisions really everyone has to think of this as a new normal and new challenges to face to this threat that is seemingly ongoing. like default and santa rosa california thank you. now to some of the other stories making news around the world the u.s. state department says the government has not yet concluded who ordered the killing of saudi journalist jamal khashoggi earlier u.s. media reported the cia had concluded that saudi crown prince mohammed bin selman
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personally gave the order for the murder of. thousands of central american migrants have reached the mexican city of tijuana on the u.s. border they plan to apply for asylum in the u.s. city or thora to say their unprepared to deal with the number of people expected to arrive in the coming months. leaders of asian and pacific states have failed to agree on a joint statement at this summit in papua new guinea because of major trade issues differences were particularly stark between rivals china and the u.s. it marks the first time apec has not reached a consensus at the annual gathering. and in china thousands of chile rather thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the capital santiago demanding the legalization of same sex marriage and adoption since twenty fifteen same sex couples have been able to enter a civil union in the predominantly catholic country.
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argentina says it has no means to raise the wreck of a submarine that went missing a year ago with forty four crewmembers on board or thor and his have released the first images of the san juan which was found on friday nine hundred meters below the surface of the atlantic ocean authorities believe a water leak or the german built submarine to implode but the exact details of the tragedy remain unclear and some say only a full examination of the hole would provide answers. grieving and angry. the relatives of the missing submariners have spent months putting pressure on the argentinian government to give them more information and tell them what happened to their loved ones. and we were sitting at the dining table with my mom when the message from the submarine command
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force arrived seeing that an object that was detected yesterday was that our son one we couldn't believe it we turned on the television and media said it was our son one then you know that they're. sick and i think. the submarine was returning from a routine mission of argentina southernmost tip in november last year it was ordered back to base after reporting an electrical breakdown but the crew was never heard from again. all thora t's gave up hope of finding survivors just two weeks later but their relatives didn't. i'm disappointed disappointed because we still thought they had other information we get the illusion they would find the life the hey unfortunately that's it. on thursday argentina marked one year since the san juan went missing the next day the submarine was found. the
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. risk of being three hundred sixty six very difficult days for all argentineans but especially for the families of the crew members of the submarine some one. now we are opening a new chapter of investigations to discover the whole truth truth the draft but looking for from day one. for many families this promise holds little hope they might have certainty about what happened to their loved ones now but they are still left wondering why it happened to. british prime minister to raise a mayor has said she want to agree on a withdrawal agreement from the k. and for the u.k. until they get the terms they want in a for a future relationship with the focus of talks this week but as brics begins to take shape many who voted to leave the like don't like what they see so they now suggest
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a significant number have changed their mind. this is one of britain's most years skeptic communities here just to the east of london seventy percent of people voted to leave the many of them were young people after a week of drama at westminster but did the under thirty's think now was the point i believe in this is going to be a lot of hassle we want to break we want to europe just get set i found more of a benefit from levy and. i don't think we want to stop arguing and. young adults have been following the political show in london closely the result is that many are not sure whether leaving the you is the right thing to do after all i was in favor of leaving and when i vote it's a leave i knew that there would be short term struggles all of the mess that is going on is has brought me to a point where i almost regret the decision to leave twenty four year old mitchell
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in the technology industry he had trusted british politicians to deliver on their promise to secure a good brakes a deal now he has doubts about whether that is possible to see how much of a mess of things actually come into there's no. no one knows where it's going to go there's loads of uncertainty but the moment i feel that we should probably we should stay not far away sue connelly of the local conservative party is just as unhappy with the draft breaks a deal as mentioned but for her the answer cannot be to stay in the i think that with green men this is rubbish basically it's not what we want it's not what we foti for we didn't vote for a load of idiots up in westminster. they've made a total mess of the and that's not so we won't we will lay out we want to now. connelly things the young people from are wrong and doubting belief out but back in
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the snooker club mitchell oma believes that britons perhaps shouldn't have been asked to vote on the issue in the first place i want to kind of. disease in like this with something as complex as europe has been put in my hands because being honest i don't understand it i think the prime minister understands it so how are we making the decisions. this is a thing everyone has an opinion but no one knows what should happen now with all the unfolding uncertainty and chaos young people are not sure that the bracks a game can be won anymore. some tennis news now in a shop the seat for roger federer germany's number one alexander terra beat federer to advance to the championship match at the a.t.p. finals in london is the first german to reach the final of the prestigious season and since boris becker in one thousand nine hundred six. in the turning points of the opening set alexander of aggressive.
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in front of the seventeen thousand fans in london the youngster stepped up to take the first blood. spots juror. in the top break in the second set the crowd cheers turned to blooms. sarah stop playing after the ball boy drops a bull juries are rallied. the umpire brightly replayed the point that the crowd were outraged by something that happened of course. i apologize to roger at the net already you told me to read and that's ok you know it's always in the rules like that i want to apologise to the crowd as well despite the hostile crowd there stayed focused until the first german to make the final since boris becker twenty two years ago. got out the germans rise in the tennis world continues with victory on sunday would hand serve the biggest success of his career
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. and spare for now face novak djokovic in the final well number one cruise past kevin anderson in straight sets six two six two djokovic is aiming to win a record equalling six eighty pay finals title. watching d.w. news more coming at the top of the hour i'm rebecca mrs thanks for joining me. just to show the story of the first we were told different perspectives by peter creighton from the eastern european perspective from the comfort compass from the perspective to keep on the our new book. e.w. dot com slash w w one. technology digital advances are transforming the book but is he getting ready for it.


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