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tories the people of the world over information they provide the paintings they want to express g.w. want facebook and twitter up to date and in touch follow us. this is deja vu news live from berlin people ongoing got a long independent saga takes a new turn call us both a month has turned himself into belgian police the ousted cattle on leader and four former ministers were taken into custody they will appear before a prosecutor later today we'll bring you in on the latest from our correspondent in
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brussels also coming out we like each other our countries like each other u.s. president donald trump's remarks at a meal with japan's prime minister shinzo ave on the first day of his twelve day asia tour trump seeks support from allies in the region to stand up to north korea . and thousands protest in western germany against the use of coal and other fossil fuels said a major u.n. conference on climate change. i met her man welcome to the program the ousted catalan president bush a month along with four other former ministers has surrendered to police and belgium the five are wanted in spain on a. ropy an arrest warrant issued there in
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a news conference the spokesman for the brussels prosecutor's office said the five will now appear before a judge they face charges of sedition rebellion and misuse of public funds for holding an illegal referendum on october the first they travelled to belgium last week when the dritte moved to impose direct rule on catalonia after it declared independence all right for more let's go to our correspondent bob levey zal in brussels barbara they've had of themselves in does that mean that they're going to be extradited to spain now which just means that the process is beginning of implementing the european arrest warrant belgian can just simply do nothing else this is a more or less a semi automatic process they will be heard as you said this afternoon till tomorrow morning the judge will then decide whether they stay in jail or whether they go free on bail and then the whole process will row down there are two rounds
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of the appeal that are possible and in the end even legal experts here don't really dare to prophesied whether they really did too to make a prophecy whether they will then somehow get away whether the belgian judges will find grounds to maybe on on fundamental rights reasons or other reasons to not implement the arrest warrant or whether they will be sent back to spain all this can be dragged out to january even several for next year. the european union as an entity has already said that the cattle on referendum cattle on independence issue was an internal matter for spain to resolve is there not pressure on belgium to toe that e.u. line. doesn't has politically seen absolutely no interest not to toe that line i mean we really do have to remember this is a country that has been threatened by secessionism time and time again it would be
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then split up into a flame is part of bologna and part and both of them would be really tiny and not really viable so that is the last this problem is the last thing the government of brussels wants however it just has to deal was the rest for and and it will be very careful to sort of repeat again and again that this is a judicial process politics cannot and must not interfere here it's judges and judges only who decide what will happen in this case right i know you can't see into the future although it seems to me like this process will move forward extradition etc but you know leaving that aside what does that mean for upcoming elections in catalonia we've had mixed messages from all of these independents figures in the lead up to this book which will happen in december. the question of course is whether push one can sort of exert political power from far the question also is whether he will have to stay in jail here are not whether he can send like weekly or even nightly video messages to barcelona are not whether he can
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communicate and how easily he can communicate he has said that he wants to stand as the number one on the list of his own centrist party in barcelona the so-called pay to cut however there are other noises and the parties have to decide very quickly whether they will advance with the unity list they only have to tuesday to sort of register if they want to go into those elections as an independent schoolish and so that has not yet been decided yet and pushed him and i mean there are people who criticize him so it's not that everybody there would follow him blindly it will be difficult for him to sort of lead an election campaign from brussels if the fight is on in barcelona right barbara thanks very much for sharing your expertise with us from brussels president donald trump has a message for asian allies the u.s. will defend them against dictatorial regimes kicking off
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a marathon tour of five asian nations in japan troops said that the united states had the military might to keep that promise the president's twelve day trip comes as tensions rise over north korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. donald trump touched down in tokyo and was expected to give the united states as oldest asian ally much needed security assurances a change of jacket later it was there. we will never yield never waver and never falter in defense of our people our freedom and our great american flag no one no dictator no regime and no nation should underestimate. american resolve what that resolve would have to look like in a potential conflict with north korea has become somewhat clearer amid trump's round of golf with japan's newly reelected prime minister shinzo abbay lawmakers in
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washington asked u.s. military officials for specifics on removing north korea's nuclear capabilities the joint chiefs of staff responded that only a ground invasion could do it with absolute certainty of success in response sixteen lawmakers fifteen democratic and one republican all military veterans called the assessment deeply disturbing they criticized the trump administration for lacking a strategy on north korea and a plan to contain potential conflict but that didn't affect the personal chemistry trump an obvious appear to have both are also hawkish on defense but trade may be another matter we will seek new opportunities for cooperation and comers and we will partner with friends and allies to pursue a free and open. think reach we will see free. and research trade the u.s.
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trade deficit with japan is a sticking point in the country's relations the deficit hit sixty nine billion dollars in two thousand and sixteen the second largest behind china. bastion hartig is following the u.s. president's trip he told donald trump told us donald trump shouldn't expect the rest of his asia tour to be as easygoing as the first day. it was an easy start for president donald trump here in japan on the first day of his long asia trip a visit to u.s. troops around of golf with japanese prime minister since an informal dinner starting tomorrow things are likely to become a bit more serious even though trump and abi are pretty much on the same page when it comes to north korea they have a bone or two to pick over trade issues but overall for trump japan is likely to be the least testing leg of this trip with much bigger challenges coming up on his next stops in south korea and after that in china. hartig
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in tokyo there have been protests here in germany as it prepares to host a major u.n. conference on climate change thousands of environmentalists took to the streets of bond to call for an end to coal production and not far away these protesters then enter one of the world's largest open pit mines to demand germany do more to phase out coal. the government has ambitions ambitious plans to phase out coal a major contributor to global more global warming but germany continues to use coal for nearly half of its power production delegates from around the world will meet in bonn on monday for two weeks of talks aimed at putting the paris climate agreement into action environmentalist say reducing the use of coal and other fossil fuels is key to meeting the goals. of. the burn climate talks are taking a hard look at the global impact of climate change representatives from some one
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hundred ninety countries are being reminded that climate change is real and that it's already having disastrous impacts that point is being driven home by fiji's prime minister his little island state is on the front line of global warming. we bring a message from fiji and the pacific and the wonderful nations of the world who say that. enough is enough. enough greenhouse gas emissions that is prime minister by is demanding action from the global community before his country sinks into the ocean in an attempt to underscore the urgency germany's developed ministry has created a miniature global landscape in the meetings venue. the climate protection is key for the survival of mankind even if there are few heads of state or government who still don't believe this. this statement would seem to be addressed to u.s. president donald trump who has expressed doubts about climate change and is not
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attending the bone conference. well in sunday's bundestag action hoffenheim return to winning ways with a three nil drubbing of hapless cologne that is the guy gave off and a first half lead before sandro wagner scored two more to seal all three points it was hard times first one in five games for cologne the last was their ninth of the season with a club languishing at the bottom of the bundesliga table. on saturday the big clash was dortmund locking horns with byron munich now dortmund a home team were in second place they trailed by and by just three points but these two teams have been heading in opposite directions the past few weeks and by and headed into the match as heavy favorites well they live up to that label or would dortmund attack rise up in front of their home crowd. dortmund's goal machine emerick obama young hadn't scored in three hundred eighty six minutes and all of
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dortmund was hoping he would pounce but it was byron who got off to the better start in the seventeenth minute home as fed are you and robin who opened the scoring. men's defense to passive here and remember key powerless and goal still maintain their composure uli inveigle won the ball and it was off to the races gonzalo castro found andreae malenko but the a crany and couldn't beat spent over. kept pressing for an equaliser but wasting chances has been their problem for weeks now unlike. yahshua kimmage teed up robert leavened who made it two nil is eleventh goal of the campaign the back line allowing too much space and vagal with the unlucky deflection. in the second half more of the same dortmund's attack dangerous but the ball just wouldn't go in. yeah malenko coming up short again.
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in the sixty seventh minute by him but the final nail in the coffin david all about eleven three nil. but the replay showed the ball never made contact instead it was all of us first of the season. marked by one back for dortmund in the waning minutes but it was too little too late three one the final score and by an extend their perfect record under your pint just before league games dortmund meanwhile haven't won in four outings. also on saturday's third placed rb leipzig welcomed hand over who had risen all the way to fourth place in the table under coach andre breton writer but leipzig star striker t.-mo van or he had scored in every home game this season except for one so it would be no easy task for hannover . similar event i was back it up be like six starting line up as last season surprise when i came up against this term surprise package is. kind of a fans of drinking to the promoted sides early success but it was the hosts who had
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the better of the first half muscles subnets a kept his eye on the ball to shoot the third it was offside with the last touch. a replay shows he was clearly beyond the last defend and also how angry sammy. and co trout fastened hotel were. then it was the fall guy again on halftime when his effort was deflected on to the possibly with a hand it wasn't looking like like six day they don't worse for lights and after the break as you put into a change of play from the visitors set to join a task for the opener it was against the run of play but demonstrated how confident are right now with a lucky deflection also helping them out. but then eventually had a positive impact on the game with his cross setting up use of person for the equalizer on seventy minutes. and the germany strike out the last
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night even though when a five minutes from time like to get turned the game around and books pull back was perfect for them no we haven't done that much wrong in the bundesliga apart from that one game against but after three defeats in the cup champions league in the league it's good to get back on track. then it is back in the good books relief or rather like saying. you're watching news from berlin if you want more news go to our website that is. just way to the top of the next hour we hear.


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