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did you do the. stories portrayed on g.w. . this is state of the news live from hungary's prime minister viktor orban at all which brussels obama says he'll end a misleading post a campaign against european commission chief. to lead the anti immigration rhetoric coming out of hungary it may not be enough to move deepening rift with the e.u. also coming up. with donald trump goes off script and he says he gives the keynote
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speech to a major gathering of u.s. conservatives it's been a difficult week for the u.s. president and he'll be hoping to rebound politically by energizing his conservative base. and find many kids full of lament and in the bundesliga after winning five one against her chin the glass down the team's back at the top of the table together with groups you don't want. i'm rebecca right as welcome to the program hungary's controversial prime minister viktor orban has lashed out at members of his own a u wide conservative party calling them useful idiots of the left speaking to germany's veldt song tog newspaper was referring to a push by members of the european people's party to reject obama's hunger ariens from its ranks pay. he is worried about all bans fit is his posse strident anti
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rhetoric organs repeated clashes with brussels came to a head last month when unflattering feet is campaign posters the main commission president john paul you and hungary and financier george soros went across the hungry. plan to help us explain the tit for tat i'm joined by correspondent stefan boss in budapest seven thanks for joining me how does this interview that. gave today reflect to the ongoing tensions between the door ban and brussels. well it's really a reflex the tension between the european commission and hungary especially over the issue of migration do prime minister has made clear that he wants what he views as an invasion will mostly migrants and he once again has made it clear in this poster campaign which also includes by the way a personal letter from the prime minister to the households here in hungary and he
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really wants to make his case against my gratian and of course we see european union elections coming up that is of course an important issue as well i believe just tell us a little bit more about that why migration dispute between obama and the. well it remains an issue because hungary has made clear it wants to have more refugees from the european union imposed on itself and by the way there have been some reports that secretly hungary has except it seems last year some three hundred refugees from venice of ela but of course these are not muslim refugees and that is i think the issue for the ongoing prime minister that he doesn't want to see what he views as a threat to the christian roots of hungary and europe now i think an important issue he's also dead he wants to continue the current campaign it will close on
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march fifteenth but then he will signal to us a new poster campaign involving other european commission officials so it's not the last seeing we have heard from prime minister orbán that a moment right now to have yet stefan boss and budapest thanks very much for that analysis. turning to the us now and president donald trump has lashed out of political opponents in a speech to the conservative lobbying groups a pac trump facing pressure on both domestic and foreign policy after this week's filed summit with north korea and the explosive allegations made to congress by his own lawyer but at saturday's conference conservatives loyal to trump rallied around him. the warm welcome was just what the politically under the gun president needed trunk was received like a rock star at the conference he took the opportunity to question the credibility of special counsel robert mueller and his investigation into whether the president's election team had secret dealings with russian officials trump
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described the investigation as a witch hunt unfortunately you put the wrong people in a couple of positions and they leave people for a long time that shouldn't be there and all of a sudden they're trying to take you out with both ok it seems the more person in trump gets bogged down in the so-called russia affair the more his supporters get behind him nineteen year old jacob martin from new jersey believes trump when he says the whole thing is a conspiracy by the democrats i think it really is manufactured i think there was legitimate concerns to begin with but i think it's gone far beyond that into looking for anything to take down trump. alley jane nicolae is a university student she's only slightly put off by claims from trump's former lawyer michael cohen that the president had paid hush money to a porn star obviously i'm not supportive of any of that extramarital affairs i think it's a terrible thing but i look at him as a president of course character is very important but i do see that that was in his
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past and he has moved forward from that point griffin from new mexico is the founder of the support group cowboys for trump he thinks the president is being treated unfairly as far as all the the garbage that the media is trying to dig through and president trump's alive. i as well as most americans are more concerned with the future of our country than the past. it seems that no matter what trump says or does his base group of supporters are staying faithful in fact more than eighty percent of republican voters say they're satisfied with the president's performance that seems to back up a statement trump's made some time ago that he could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and would not lose any voters. well not that long ago islamic states so-called islamic state excuse me held large swathes of land in syria but forces on the ground say those days will soon come to an end thousands of
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supporters of i as a fling the last rebel held on plate of bag for many that will mean freedom for many orphaned children of the i.a.s. it only brings. the sad truth of the war in syria is that when liberating areas you're often also destroying and the syrian town of bargains for conny near the iraqi border is no exception after syrian democratic forces mainly kurds supported by the us military beat the bulwark of the so-called islamic state they have now begun what many believe to be the decisive offensive they think it'll take about another week and then the caliphate will be no more in syria. and i'm going to talk on the call monophonic that's all going to are expecting brutal resistance from the terrorists they'll fight with everything they've cut and we'll call in airstrikes and artillery barrages and move in with ground troops and no doubt that the player on the tie you know well i think she got a lot of i think. thousands of i guess supporters have been fleeing during
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a cease fire the past few weeks including citizens from almost fifty countries it seems as though for them their dreams of an islamic state have been destroyed. like you know something this monkey did and i did not. know that and i'm not going to say i'm sorry i cannot. i'm right bun from indonesia and i come from the young lions unit of the caliphate my father is fighting for i guess. if anyone here regrets anything at all it's mainly the fact that i as his days are over no one here talks remorsefully about the people who suffered simply because they were of other faiths or held other values but there are also other scenes and bargains for conny at the last moment some yazidi women and children are able to leave after being slaves for almost five years it might have been a relief for them if it wasn't for the other problems they face.
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what i don't know about the fate of my father my mother my four brothers all of them were imprisoned by this only one brother got out. it's believed many you see the women and children are still in the hands of islamists somewhere for conny may soon be liberated for some that will end a long nightmare but for many others the suffering is likely to go on. more anti-government protests have been taking place students have turned out in the capital algiers and other towns to demonstrate against the country's president and his plan to seek a fifth term in office president abdelaziz bouteflika has been in power since nineteen ninety nine and is reportedly in poor health rallies calling on him to step down began ten days ago in a rare wave of dissent the latest protests coincide with sunday's deadline for candidates to file their election acacia. and now let's bring you some other
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stories making news around the world. five years after the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight m h three seventy quality of post says it's open to proposals from private companies to resume the search for the air crossed the statement by the country's transport minister offers fresh hope to the victims' families. flash floods in southern afghanistan have left at least twenty people dead the army evacuated some four hundred families from hard hit regions of kandahar province but rescue efforts have been hampered by heavy rains the u.n. says support is required to rescue people trapped and in need of aid. and venezuela's opposition leader and self appointed interim president why doe's says he'll be returning to venezuela despite the risk of arrest why don't met with ecuador's president menem or
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a no on saturday as part of his bid to gain support from latin american countries called on venezuelans to stage more demonstrations against president nicolas maduro in the coming days. well i made a huge victory for the private u.s. company space x. and nasa up there on manned test capsules successfully docked with the international space station for the first time mn is a k. milestone in giving america the ability to send astronauts into space nasa and space x. hope to carry real astronauts later this year american astronauts have been forced to ride with russia's space agency's since nasa retired its own shuttle program eight years ago. this is not in astray five fire crews are battling bushfires in the country's southeast hundreds of people have been evacuated in victoria some thirty fires burned across the state the blazes come amid the hottest start to march on record. somebodies house
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somebodies home exploding in a bushfire in bunyan state park east of melbourne an army of firefighters is taking to the roads and air to contain flames on several fronts. the biggest fire sparked by lightning strikes has already eaten up more than six thousand hectors. what are you guys are saying the front and the huge wall of flame it's huge it's frightening it's a monster it's revelers and it's scary it's really really scary dozens of residents have been evacuated not knowing what if anything will await them when they return. i also want to say that this is an active far it is moving and there is every likelihood there will be further property losses the worst bushfires in a decade come as southeastern australia still buckles under
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a record breaking heat wave. as a merchant sea cruise try to gain the upper hand against these fires the hope for some natural response that is keener than ever. to bundesliga football now and on the back of two straight home defeats but mostly imagine gladbach played host to reigning champions by munich on saturday night live back couldn't reverse their fortunes by a run to victory to go joint top of the league. but in a rotten club back in a determined mood and they turned on the burners from the off probably levon tusky with a glorious chance after just thirty seconds. from the subsequent corner to have a martinez put by and ahead with barely a minute on the clock. the spaniards had his second goal in as many games. his tussle with nico verdi in the build up went to the video referee box they saw
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nothing amiss. but back just words at the races with point completely in control and after eleven minutes thomas moore made it to nail the defending champions handing data hacking side a brutal lesson the host did find a break for crave talk and has a funding captain lost in don't. do something the full home to one heading into the break. the second half started much like the first with binah lugs and ruthless. eleven dusty put the guests three one up the deadly pole with some textbook footwork and finishing. cut back crumbled from there in the seventy fifth minute surge not brave made it fall one. beyond some left stranded by his passive teammates. and in injury time yahshua kimmage won his team
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a penalty robin leventhal ski stepped up and completed the routes his fifteenth goal of the season by and trumping gladbach five one and turning up the hate on late late as dortmund. you're watching to get me a news live from berlin we'll leave you now with space x. this capsule docking with the international space station thanks for watching. i've.


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