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this is news live from berlin donald trump arrives in london for a landmark nato sumps us president has been repeating calls to alliance members to hike their defense spending that's as the alliance mots it 70th anniversary which promised to bring a less than happy one also coming up. do we really want to be remembered there's a generation deathbird to be played in the sand. while the planet but. as the united nations climate summit of friends in madrid u.n.
secretary general says nations must save the earth by having full kompany travesty . and typhoon comparing slams into the philippines hundreds of thousands forced to flee as the storm makes landfall packing winds of up to 175 kilometers per hour. a math anyhow would welcome to the program u.s. president donald trump has arrived in london where he will be attending a meeting of nato leaders over the next 2 days the meeting mocks the alliances 70th anniversary and will likely be dominated by talks about the finances and the pledges nato partners have made to boost their defense budgets before departing washington the president told the press that it was because of him that nato allies spending more.
well for more let's cross to washington and out g.w. correspondent of a cell that nato is celebrating its 70th anniversary over in the summit is supposed to affirm the strength of the alliance but trump has repeatedly cost out on the alliances purpose is it now in danger well whenever it's trump and nato and in the member states heads of states and government have to be very alert centrally everyone is asking himself right now what's going to happen
next what's he going to say next time around and of course one thing is on forgotten his 2017 visit to nato headquarters in brussels where he essentially talked to the other heads of states and governments of the nato members like a teacher will talk to ill behaved school kids now he later called nato obsolete he walked those comments back but a certain dollar always remained just a couple days ago joe biden the presidential front runner of the democratic party said if trump gets reelected the united states might even leave nato but if you take a closer look this all seems rather like this typical trump rhetoric trying to put pressure on nato partners also his administration made clear that nato is important for the united states but in the end trump remains an unpredictable president so the heads of states and governments in london have to be prepared for any kind of
surprise. definitely now it does seem trump will keep up the pressure on the other member states to increase their military spending. well these he's done that very often to put that pressure on other countries in particular targeting germany for coming short of this so-called 2 percent goal to spend 2 percent of the g.d.p. for the military budget but this time around he seemed to have a more conciliatory tone he took to twitter today before leaving london and said that since he took office military spending of all nato members grew by $130000000000.00 us dollars which of course he appreciates and also of course he takes the credit for that the nato secretary general stoltenberg even talks about an unparalleled progress when it comes to military spending. in nato and to a certain extent it is fair to say that it's at least partially president trumps achievement. of
a what kind of welcome do we think trump is going to receive in the u.k. on she's day morning. well prison terms as a close ally to the british prime minister boris johnson and he's been very critical of bricks it since his only election come pain johnson right now in his election campaign is leading the polls he's not so heavy of all trump support though because very many brits are critical of his visit and so he wants him to keep out of the election and in fact we're going to see thousands probably taking to the streets tomorrow protesting against president trump's visits to london over sell it in washington many thanks. to weeks to save the future that is how many are describing the u.n. climate change conference that's begun in madrid delegates from nearly $200.00 countries have begun 2 weeks of meetings amid a growing sense of crisis the u.n. secretary general is calling for bold action warning that the world risks passing
the point of no return. the focus right now is on who will launch real action against climate change last year a new record was set with humans pumping more gigatons of greenhouse gases into the environment than ever before now at the un climate conference in madrid spain delegates from around the world are expected to get clear on exactly how they'll take action moving forward. u.n. secretary general antonio terra's said the war against nature must stop do we really want could be remembered as the generation that bertie be burying the sands yet. why would the planet burns. and the pressure is on the last 5 years where the warmest since humans began recording temperatures extreme weather events are more common sea levels continue to rise to dangerous new levels. of pollution in the atmosphere and in our oceans is devastating ecosystems.
but so far most countries are still heading in the wrong direction scientists say the vital markers of climate change are predicted to rise not fall in the coming decade emerging economies are burning more coal and the us one of the largest producers of greenhouse gas emissions pulled out of the paris agreement the u.s. delegation says that will change on fortunately we are having to fight our way through a bit of a. blocked by the fossil fuel industry but that will not prevail meanwhile europe is setting its sights on leadership the new head of the european commission ursula vander lyon said europe is prepping to blaze the trail to an economy that prioritizes eco friendly innovation climate which will continent 2015 the
european green deal is europe's new growth strategy it will cut emissions while also creating jobs funder lion said the e.u. wants to create a transition to climate neutrality that is irreversible with plans to invest one trillion euro in the next decade to make europe the 1st climate neutral continent in the world the race is on to see who can create leadership that finally brings results. in the philippines powerful typhoon to murray has made landfall the storm swept ashore with trench rains and winds of over 175 kilometers per hour the typhoon has knocked out power in several provinces and there was international airport is due to suspend operations in the coming hours and over $200000.00 people have already fled to safety. with the wind and rain getting stronger coastal residents ran for shelter and batten down the hatches.
as typhoon approached anything that could be blown away needed to be stowed away. with the help of the military these families packed up and fled not knowing what if anything they may return to. tens of thousands of people on the island of luzon have been evacuated to makeshift shelters like this. volunteers and police prepared aid packages for those displaced by the storm come already is on course to cause problems for the $29000.00 southeast asian games which the philippines is now hosting but organizers say they're ready for whatever comes. some people. there.
but for many coastal residents the only solution is to get to shelter wait out the storm and hope for the best. now to some of the stories making news around the world. and you. killed at least 5 people 3 of the victims when he was a helicopter crash in. countries mediterranean coast. last week leading to serious floods and transport disruption. britain has paid tribute to the victims of friday's stabbing attack on london bridge mourners gathered in kind bridge where both people killed by a convicted terrorist had attended university london prime minister boris johnson and lie belated germy colburn attended a vigil together with london. and elsewhere. hundreds of women have taken to the streets of the iraqi city of basma to show solidarity with anti-government protest where in the country in the city's 1st protest to be made by women and
follows the resignation of the country's prime minister adel abdu at the weekend. german defense minister and a great column about why has started her 1st visit to afghanistan she called for an extension of germany's mandate in the country saying a lot of work is still needed to secure the country germany has around $1300.00 troops in afghanistan a man that is currently due to wind in much. the future of germany's government is in doubt the chancellor merkel's coalition partners the social democrats elected to new leaders critical of the partnership with the chancellor's conservative they've indicated they want to see major changes raising the prospect of the coalition's collapse potentially close causing either an early election or a minority government. it sounds good i ask again and norbert font oh boy the
newly chosen leaders of the social democrats will their election mean the end of germany's coalition government. the results of the s.p.d. poll came as a surprise as did the clear margin of victory the new leaders to be want to make their own mark and chart a new course for the party they also want to reopen negotiations with chancellor angela merkel on future government policies it does so it has the responsibility of the social democrats to make policies for the low and medium earners at this time and again we see clauses in our contract with the c.d.u. that are not in their best interests and that has to change. the conservatives are willing to talk with the s.p.d. but say renegotiating parts of the coalition agreement is not an option. the chancellor is fundamentally prepared to cooperate and that's the way it should be in a coalition she is willing to talk as is usual in a coalition. brahe ya talk yes but we can't renegotiate the coalition agreement
incidentally that would also involve the s.p.d. discussing it all 1st with the rank and file again the opposition green say berlin is headed toward a government crisis. b s b did the s.p.d. has to clear this up this week do they want to govern this country yes or no you can't govern if you is maybe. the s.p.d. has veered left what this means for the german government should become clear over the coming days the sport now and there was monday night football in the bundesliga as minds hosted frankfurt in a regional dobby and it was the one side who took a big win to move up from the depths of the table. local clashes are usually fiery occasions and this one was no different flares thrown on to the pitch what's a blame for a slightly late to kick off than planned but the action came thick and fast not to him so i got put the visitors one up to 33 minutes was. the defender
finding room to shoot amid the chaos. but fresh food soon ran into trouble so many poor receiving his marching orders for this last minds and minds pounced carry him only see one with a searing shot to draw things level in the 2nd tough spots at 2nd glance pincer i got the final touch another goal for the on track man wrong in this time. and the home side grabbed the winner through adam sol eyes close range finish she was the final score. sundra shots is minds get the points. and before we go every monday you can always get news on the go just download out at from google play or from the app store that will give you access to all the latest news from around the world as well as push notifications for any breaking news and if you're part of a news story you can also use the data to send us photos and videos of what's
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