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lead inevitably sea levels will rise by at least one meter in the central plains we're going to have some climate impacts mature greater the more we see already played it's really frightening the talks at length. why are people more concerned. little yellow book stores may 31st t.w. . players. play. british prime minister to resign me has announced she will resign as leader of the conservative party on the 7th of june almost 3 years after the british people voted to leave the european union she's been under growing pressure to step down over her failure to get m.p.'s to support her bragg's it deal.
u.s. president donald trump has announced he is sending $1500.00 troops to the middle east to beef up defense against iran the move comes after the pentagon said iran was waging quote a campaign in the region and was directly responsible for attacks on oil tankers in the gulf earlier this month. taiwan has become the 1st country in asia to legalize same sex marriage with a new law taking effect on friday several couples tied the knot and dozens more legally registered their relationships as marriages and government offices across the island it comes after 3 decades fight for equality. indian prime minister narendra modi has held talks aimed at forming a new cabinet and at setting a date for his inauguration the latest election results indicate that a landslide victory has given mr moody's hindu nationalist party the b j p an
increase majority. the governs asian claims pile up over boeing's grounded 737 max but it's anyone's guess when the once popular air frame will get back in the air or give you the latest. also on the show europe goes the polls will tell you what's at stake for european economies as the e.u. elects a new parliament. and like eating meat want to help the environment food scientists are creating lab grown alternatives we'll show you what they're cooking up. welcome to the business i'm stephen beardsley in berlin thanks for joining us. chinese airlines are losing money from the grounding of boeing $737.00 max and they want compensation and that's just the latest pressure on boeing which is facing lawsuits over fatal airline crashes in indonesia and ethiopia and losing orders on its once