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about their leadership if they make the decision quickly that would be wonderful if they choose not to do so we will stay hard at this until we achieve the outcomes that i set forward today if we have. to. negotiate. it's not true that ever again. americans cute thing they have nothing against us ordinary iranians thing they only target the government but in actual fact the sanctions of the general public of iran are just as much the united states has closed the door to negotiations we cannot hold talks about lots of reaction to this of course the secretary of russia's security council is warning of all minutes consequences facing the world in the wake of the u.s. polling out of the around deal he was speaking at a major security conference in beijing along with other high ranking officials from seven countries and the start of a new work of the u.s. you know natural withdrawal from g c p a
a result of long and difficult talks is another example of america's irresponsible behavior while dealing with international issues there is a high chance of iran taking tough council measures including the refusal to meet its commitments and restart the nuclear program this will intensify the conflict in the region and it seems mike pompei was the man's are not sitting well with some in the u.s. media either with unless variously describing it as fantasy silly pipe dream other experts said washington's belligerence could send the whole of the meeting spiralling out of control and leave the us increasingly isolated. this is not the first time i took the american administration in the past have tried to actually destabilize it on from the inside but the problem with that is that this is when governments in this part of the world from libya sit in. various parts of the egypt . in tunisia these disruptions for the for the stability of these countries created
more damage and more harms for the rule of law for human rights for human dignity all over the the region seeing that the wrong will not trust the united states for years to. the lies of the united states on the other hand even the europeans they cannot count on what the united states say. the stamp administration regardless of what their allies in europe are saying. that the europeans were supporting i think it will be very hard for the united states to bring europeans or all the countries on board in order to support that and the pressure that they are talking . it is turning into a spring of discontent in front with fresh protests in part president micron's social economic reforms there in the middle of them for us is charlotte joins us
live now on the program charlotte what is happening where you are there are the scenes there looking a little bit and i'm sure that that is what the country does not want to be seen. well that's exactly what we've got here chaotic scenes thousands of people on the streets if you might be able to see behind me these are some of them. actually made what looks like. one and many people have come out. in what is in this case the protests by the civil service runs they've been joined by one of the main unions in france which meant we sent. life is going to seven million people across the country we believe that hundreds of thousands of people below the streets of los fronts today as a by the hundreds to keep the protest safe place it's taking place because people are coming together because on the happy with the platform on the policies that not
comply point during his election on the manifest or in the sense that he was actually elected doing the civil servants are unhappy because they believe a hundred and twenty thousand jobs are going to be cut from civil service in not just him of president michel not what he pledged to do and so far he has kept his word in terms of the cuts and the real good i say sions but he said he wanted to carry out to make fronts a more more than the economy a country that can basically fight it out with the best they can soon with that they going to lose that special privileges such as job's for life and they've been joined not just with people from the public civil service name fronts but oh so people from across all different types of services way way services they are stuff it and they've all come out to show they just didn't say. president not for
any right to be a big. hit will it be good. to be compromising and carrying out his reform program which he says he was elected to do when he became president of the gazans in the seventy's but the people who say they're not going to go to continue to come out to the streets to demonstrate in to make sure they voice is and how angry they are about these policies by president not calling yeah getting annoyed there when you are charlotte in chorus for us live this hour charlotte to the speaker like. you are cross the channel on. a year on from the gren fell fire in london in which seventy two people died a public inquiry has officially been launched it open with emotional testimony from victims' families and survivors one spoke of how his was stillborn just stars after the tragedy please be aware that you might find some of the following video
survivors will give their a concert for the next week ten days the probe will van look into wider issues like the government's response time and preventive actions madeira chitter has been to meet locals who say they're frustrated has changed. it's almost been a year since the devastating blaze and what's left of the grenfell tower can be seen here behind the scaffolding it's a harrowing reminder of a tragedy that has left many questions unanswered. there are over one hundred tower blocks in london alone similar to a grandchild and people living here want their government to make sure that it is all still like that does not happen again it's like
a year now and we're still living in the same situation when we found out altered it was when. it just costs us praise and strange use cheap material why would you risk the lives of so many people and see these photos of the street. so we know that it's obviously not safe before it could happen again at the moment for her to come on the program the homes were so what can the residents of tower blocks like these do in an emergency the advise used was to stay put but now according to the london fire brigade is being changed to similar evacuation because of the farmable clopping however the government is yet to ban it tourism a promise to spend four hundred million pounds to replace unsafe cladding on high rise public housing projects just sixteen other tower blocks have had their alum in europe having material replaced with non combustible materials so all the authorities doing enough awful out of government haven't done enough. to the needs
of those of us which by going through in terms of the for that experience when family i don't think they're doing enough for them not nearly enough no i think the issue with the clothing they should have resolved upon our. stores i could see i mean the gardens that one keeps it sort of coming over and sleeping nothing's. what struck me as i've spoken to a number of residents who live here at the estate in camden is the fear in their eyes at the thought that they too could have lost their lives and now they're off to a clarification from the government as to what's going to happen next to resolve those problems and action to be taken in a day or two. housing minister has said the government is listening to concerns and will discuss a policy review concerning a bomb flammable materials in construction. well over two thirds of former
grenfell residents are yet to be rehired while some eighty two households are still living in emergency accommodation a campaigner whose home overlooks the charred remains of our season here's a little hope of the government's words will turn into action. corresponding option on to see action it's difficult to believe the government what i asked for consultation if would know that the outcome boss to my tools still around buildings today we shouldn't discuss it in part of it we should take action to d. because we need to have on the ground they should be versity they should be presentation if there is no representation in democracy is not democracy is not just issue raj to cause more year to argue that we needed adversity in that it is thinking of what you to see that we view what was obvious how long will it it justice. don't trump is gunning for the f.b.i.
over its probe into an alleged russian collusion during the presidential election the details when we return. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime families each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you longs to be old for rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent just last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars ai industrial park but
don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember one one doesn't show you can't afford to miss the one and only. hello again donald trump ordered an investigation into his own investigators an independent inspector general will now look into whether the f.b.i. has twenty sixteen probe into alleged russia collusion was legal. and explains it's starting to become difficult to find someone that hasn't been caught up in the wave of suspicion. the u.s. department of justice is currently expanding its investigation into whether or not its investigation of donald trump is legal are you confuse don't worry so are lots
of americans but this is just a slice of the pie political leaders on both sides of the aisle are being investigated for criminal offenses with their opponents calling for them to be locked up make america great again. that's our president and the media is fantasizing about seeing him in handcuffs or if he fires any secret service agent who would allow the federal marshals and one of the ultram simply decides i don't have to follow the law i refuse to be held under the law no marshal can get into this white house and any secret service agent that defies me is fired well at some point he's going to have to come out of the white house time sold nemesis isn't in the clear either i think that there is a lot to investigate.
she may not be in the headlines very much after her electoral defeat however we did find out last week that she's still under investigation much to the delight of donald trump who wants promised to put her behind bars it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country because you'd be in jail secretary clinton. and then there's obama's topps by john brennan the former cia director he was concerned about because of known russian efforts. trump called him a disgrace. to the american intelligence community and one former u.s. attorney thinks he ought to be assembling a legal team n.b.c.
news's consultant the former director of the central intelligence agency the most partisan hack leader of the cia in history needs a very very good lawyer criminal lawyer yes criminal oh yes and then there's devon newness now he's been digging up dirt on the intelligence community but now he's got some of his own we are going to get the documents. members of congress want him to be looked into basically what he has done is he is scuttled and put a cloud over his own investigation and he has become the subject basically he should be going let's forget it it's a real problem investigations are flying like bullets in a western shoot out high profile politicians are being accused of breaking u.s. laws and could face legal proceedings this is leads fighting one another and this
kind of legal war and that has nothing to do really what the american people and it's a great distraction actually from the issues that are important to the american people but it's consuming the white house now consuming the f.b.i. it's consumed the democratic party there's enormous tension between both sides if things are pretty ugly right now pretty ugly between the sides and i think it's going to get worse i really do is this just politics look at some of these charges actually stick. r.t. new york. back to europe where germany's refugee agency known as bombay is looking into what is reportedly a mosque bribery scandal possibly involving over a dozen migrant office centers the interior minister is saying is the extent of the problem could have consequences for him too as an internal investigation gets underway into claims that immigration. officers gave some people asylum illegally the federal migration agency no plans to review abide eighteen follows and already
approved up locations some of which are suspected of being obtained with bribes it comes after a reported twelve hundred asylum claims were approved with growing between twenty thirteen and sixteen in the city of braman one former official and five other employees are already being investigated to be advised to when we're continuing to review our budget decisions made by the edge and see bryant in bremen these are about eighteen thousand cases since two thousand and if the applications don't meet the necessary criteria and will consider whether these decisions to grant asylum should be cancelled what will the also considering sanctions against certain employees of the federal office for migration and refugees. and the scandal has sparked outrage even among some left wing politicians in berlin it is questionable whether the events in bremen were really the exception trust in the federal office for migration and refugees is shaken we want the office for migration and refugees
to be able to waken accordance with the law starting now and not just a few years from now when the allegations against the migration agency come confidence in the body is staggering really low with eighty percent of germans saying their trust those are annoyed geo political consultant rymer office gave us some additional insight on thoughts on the scandal. seekers have said that they have paid one thousand euros to their lawyer and and they did not even have to show up in the demon and it's obvious that kleeman has taken asylum decisions far too hastily without making also security background checks this might only be in the tip of the iceberg and many more similar cases may have occurred in other. dependencies but by itself is not the real problem what is the real scandal is that the detection of the problems has occurred
already in twenty fourteen and nothing has been done by by the former minister of interior. here we have asked germany's migration agency to clarify exactly how many of its branches are under scrutiny if they reply i will tell you what they say. that is our news for now right up to the moment of elements though on our twitter page can always be found this is our to international. when else still seems wrong. but all wrong just don't call. me all the things you have to say proud disdain ethical and in danger of it equals betrayal. when somebody find themselves worlds apart when she says of the
for common ground. we are now experiencing the end of a thirty year bull market in bonds which means you are entering a period of rising interest rates and so the urgency to get deals done before that any cost is applied toward financing whatsoever needs to happen quickly so i predict in the next twenty four months you're going to see the biggest wave of mergers and acquisitions ever in history by a factor of ten just thirty or forty percent of everything that's traded out there gets gobbled up and taken pride.
this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. i'm bart chilton thank you for watching coming up today there's more media merger news breaking today we'll get up to speed with margo from american university and there's another media merger battle going on regarding c.b.s. steve walz bird helps us understand the lay of the way i don't know what has become a personal feud for control of the media giant plus lou we look at wells fargo and consider how things got so bad for the bank and there's more trade war news on china alex hyla which brings us up to speed first let's get to some stories topping today's business in financial headlines. the chief executive of campbell soup company denise morrison is seeking other opportunities morrison who had been c.e.o. since two thousand and one resigned abruptly last week with the news breaking on friday campbell's released a statement shortly thereafter citing unacceptable earnings results ms morrison had
notably championed an attempt to steer the company's image and product lineup away from their iconic canned soup line up toward. fresher and healthier options it doesn't appear to have worked so far based upon the numbers at least in the numbers as we like to say here matter the company now includes a fresh sector that manages the bolthouse farms brand of juices and other similar products plus campbell's fresh seems to have lingered on the shelf longer than the competition with the unit posting an operating loss of one thousand million dollars in the first quarter of the year. and general electric is emerging its troubled rail operation g.e. transportation with locomotive manufacturer web tek in an eleven billion dollar deal g.e. will receive two point nine million dollars in much did capital from the deal as well as a fifty point one percent stake in the merged company though only nine point nine
percent of that will be held by g.e. with the remainder going directly to g.e. shareholders web tech formerly known as westinghouse airbrake technology corp will keep its c.e.o. the merger is the first major move by a new c.e.o. c.e.o. of g.e. john flannery who has signaled that he wants the spin off significant portions of g.e. sprawling corporate structure investors expect mr flannery to share plans for g.e.'s keep our health care and aviation units by the end of next month while plans for fixing g.e.'s long term financial services are expected to take a little longer. and there continues to be breaking media merger many a news two stories today are making headlines both doors of all comcast the largest and the company in the world by revenue the largest cable company by revenue and
many know comcast by the extent of the brand just behind a t.n.t. comcast is the second largest pay t.v. company and the largest u.s. cable t.v. and home home user of internet the news today is that you can a regulator say that they will not raise and i trust your public interest concerns over the comcast bid to buy british broadcaster sky for thirty one billion dollars here to discuss is mark of the professorial lecture at a beer at the university thank you again for being with us what's going on well this news today really opens the door for what could be a really major deal for comcast to buy part of sky and really take its business out of the united states and into the u.k. as well as germany and austria so i think media watchers around the world are seeing this this u.k. decision that they will not fight any any comcast purchase of this part of sky and
they're seeing this as a real. you know a real shake up of the media conglomerates when they say that it didn't raise public interest concerns is that the same as antitrust concerns over here that's right it's similar and i think that what you have to remember is that rupert murdoch's fox and fox company twenty first century fox own still a majority stake of sky's so we have to remember this and it has been trying to get back the remaining are thirty nine percent of of me and it's been trying to present a sky that's right excuse me and they've been trying to get back. one hundred percent ownership of this for the last few years and remember that fox went through a pretty big phone hacking scandal back in two thousand and fifteen which kind of put the brakes on a lot of its of its business decisions so what has happened is they have been actively pursuing this and regulators have said that they don't want the murdoch's
to have in the u.k. they don't want the murdoch's to have that much control over the media that it has in the u.k. so they've said continuously said it looked like they would not greenlight that kind of a sale of the remaining shares of sky back to back to fox so now what you have is comcast essentially getting the green light that rupert murdoch has been waiting for for several years really interesting case but you don't comcast is a big but it's not big news twenty first century fox so it just appears that the concerns about public interest or antitrust just weren't that high least for the british regulators and of course in that because they have different that comcast doesn't have the same stake in europe that it has here in the united states i think that for the u.k. it's just not a question of a monopolistic practices they're not going to have that much control they don't have any control over print to the same way that rupert murdoch's fox company has so i think that there's just not as much of a concern for comcast to go in and take take over that part of sky interests and
the other story breaking news today is that comcast wants to once again horn in on an offer that disney is making to buy twenty first century fox for fifty two billion bucks we've reported on that before but it seems comcast bowed out due to some regulatory concerns i don't really understand now they're back what do you make of it well i think that what your viewers have to keep in mind is that june twelfth is a key date in all of these discussions we should that's right that's when the department of justice is going to say whether or not the time warner merger is going to be able to move through and most people think that at the most. industry insiders think that the department of justice will allow the merger to go through and that comcast is now waiting with what what industry insiders have said is a sixty billion dollar all cash offer that they're prepared to make for the fox properties that are going to go on the chopping block that disney has wanted since
december so it's going to be fascinating to see what's going to happen with with this deal and whether or not there's value in the all cash offer whether or not shareholders want to see some growth in they want the stocks and whether or not those are going to increase over the next you know five to ten years really just so much interesting moving forward but i think that eighteenth tee time warner deal is going to be key to see how that moves forward and whether or not comcast thinks it will be able to get through regulatory hurdle just real quick we only got about fifteen seconds left but sometimes these seem like these are very personal decisions not just business decisions and we're talking about murdoch's the don't succeed and i just wonder sometimes you get what's called the winners curse that is you may win the merger deal but you may have overpaid is that something that could happen here i mean all anyone needs to do is google a.o.l. well time warner and they can see what a bad deal looks like but that being said i think global entertainment is the future of media and i think that these guys personal or are not these guys
understand that that is where the growth is it's overseas. we really appreciate you being here professor lecturer at american university thank you so much my pleasure thank you. and pay per view has been the way the vast majority of boxing fans watch top market marriages in the united states however a new business partnership is attempting to bring boxing media into a new age r t america's regina takes a closer and deeper look at the dynamics of the deal. following the trends set by online platforms such as amazon and netflix boxing is moving away from traditional television and making roads into the streaming industry u.s. based sports media group perform agree to an eight year one billion dollar deal with the u.k. promoter eddie hearns natural boxing the deal allows performs a streaming service called design own to feature sixteen live matches
a year in the united states his own streaming is currently available in japan germany and canada but the deal hopes that they will drive up the u.s. it's reivers matcher in boxing has been the leading promoter of boxing in the u.k. for the past thirty years with world class matches and their marquee its owner eddie hearn admitted quote we can take the sport stage a really really good fight and come up with the newer and better consumption model h.b.o. and showtime currently dominate the top plate boxing doubts charging between seventy and one hundred dollars per package design plans to charge around twelve dollars a month in hopes to attract a wider viewing audience feel perform group simon dinner remarked quote the paper view model isn't working anymore economics have killed it both parties hope this deal will pave the way for more sports to adapt to digital and streaming technology for our team this is regina ham. then time now for a quick pause for the purpose.