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it's. invisible hands. slavery in the twenty first century. story december second on d w. this is g w news live from berlin tonight a call for urgent action to stop global warming as the u.n. climate summit opens here in germany oh the delegates are working to take the parasite climate agreement to the next phase the
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goal to prevent the global temperature from climbing more than one and a half degrees celcius also coming up u.s. president donald trump tells north korea it's aggressive behavior is a threat to the civilized world but he says he's open to talks with the north korean leader kim jong un. i'm bored gough it's good to have you with us we begin with the weather and the climate and what to do to make them both if not better at least not worse the un's latest climate summit has begun in the german city of bawn representatives from one hundred ninety seven countries will spend the next ten days discussing ways to tackle climate change of the conference opened with a. the additional fijian welcome ceremony so the talks are being held here in
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germany fiji is in the chair as one of the countries are suffering climate changes worst effect its prime minister warned that failure was not an option a delegate are working to care expected global temperature increases at one point five degrees celsius or less. instead of taking their seats in class they're taking to the streets these youths staged a demonstration near the climate conference center and bone. they want the global community to limit greenhouse gas emissions. conference participants say the paris climate agreement of twenty fifteen was a step in the right direction countries have national climate targets now but they have to be solidified. this is an urgent moment and so i expect delegations to come here ready to do their jobs to get the rules set for paris and make progress but
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also individually to say what they're ready to do more. there's a south pacific and billions in von island nations threatened with submersion amid rising sea levels are getting special attention at the climate conference the targets set out in the paris agreement don't go far enough to prevent the impact of a climate disaster. in paris it was clear that our efforts would not go far enough it's also part of this agreement that we keep second to see what we can do better. it's doubtful whether that will happen in bonn meeting the paris climate targets will require much more work but everyone here is aware that the pacific islands are quickly running out of time. all right we want to pull in louise born she is our environmental issues editor she joins us tonight from the german city of bonn always good evening to you so people watching us tonight are going to think ok
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you had the paris climate agreement two years ago so why do you need this conference in bonn now well i mean the paris agreement indeed was very important and it really brought together at the end national community for the first time but now it's really if i had hammering out the nuts and bolts of how exactly they're going to implement climate action plans that they're all putting in place at the moment i mean if you think that the the paris agreement was like a smart phone and the rule book that they are now working on to make sure that they implement all of these issues is going to be the operating system a smartphone come without an operating system and so that's what they say conference is really about it's making sure that they can make the parse agreement what ok that's a great analogy and problem you know with a couple of updates to keep it running smoothly is well it seems if we look at the latest data that we are on track to see
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a three degree temperature rise that's based on the latest models for the entire planet is that adding urgency to these talks. that's right i mean if they stick with the climate action plans that the countries have already put in place that will be a three degree rise and that's what's been projected and it is really adding a giant sea to the talks because they realize that they have to have more ambition they really have to make sure that they can keep elite below that two degree limit one point five degrees if they possibly can with fiji as the the president for the conference obviously they are feeling some of the impacts more than anyone else and so with them taking charge it's really about trying to make sure that they can they can keep those targets in place you know i mean even if the world manages to limit war warming to one point five degrees or two degrees celsius i mean how much risk will there remain for these pacific islands like fiji. well like i said fiji is
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already experiencing some of the problems when it comes to climate change there is increased flooding the island nations are going to feel this to some extent even with the the one point five to two degree rice it's really about limiting the the damage that's already being caused it's not just about the island nations i mean we've also seen extreme weather events in all over the world and also increased forest fires and and old linked in some way to climate change and so it's really it's really something that they need to work on. louise osborne joining us tonight from the german city of bonn helping us to put this latest u.n. climate change summit into perspective louise thank you very much. thank you. three out of some of the other stories that are making headlines around the world
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vietnam has been hit by heavy flooding after a powerful typhoon killed at least forty four people and left more than a dozen missing more than one hundred thousand homes in the country's south central region have been destroyed or damaged a consortium of journalists has unearthed millions of files implicating wealthy firms and individuals in large scale attacks of oil gets the documents dubbed the paradise papers expose illegal methods used to cut tax bills by diverting profits into tax havens like watson bergen the british virgin islands several heads of state are implicated in these as well zimbabwe's president robert mugabe has fired his vice president emerson god one now he had been a main contender in the leadership race to replace. the move opens the way for mugabe's wife grace to succeed him as president the government said that none
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had been dismissed for this loyalty disrespect and unreliability. police have released a photo of the man suspected of killing twenty six people and wounding dozens more at a texas church devon patrick kelly died of a self-inflicted gun one after fleeing the scene investigators say his motive may have been a domestic dispute skellies involves apparently attended the church regularly. u.s. president donald trump has warned of north korea that what he called the error of strategic patience is over speaking in japan on the first leg of his twelve day tour of asia trump also pushed his host to buy more american military equipment to protect itself against north korean attacks or despite his comments trump said that he would be open to talks with north korea's leader kim jong on going for
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the gut president trumps hawkish stance on north korea got personal when he met with japanese families of those abducted by the nuclear arms regime he's not the first president to do so but with tensions the highest in years the meeting added emotional firepower to trump's tough talk and for sizing the u.s. is close and longstanding relationship with japan he called north korea's ballistic missile launches over japan outrageous the era of strategic patience is over. some people said that my rhetoric is very strong but look what's happened with very weak rhetoric over the last twenty five years look where we are right now. prime minister shinzo abbay said his government stands one hundred percent together on the issue agreeing with trump that all options are on the table. not a more one of those on the no one wants a conflict neither myself nor president trump knew about north korea continues
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challenging the international order under a provocation it looks like the international community needs to apply pressure to north korea to change their policy i mean you know it'll cut. the prospect of armed conflict took on an economic dimension during the visit trump called for free and equal access for american exports to japan's market his answer to north korean missiles is japan buying more defense hardware from the united states he will shoot them out of the sky when he completes the purchase of lots of additional military equipment from the united states he will easily shoot them out of the sky from japan trump heads to south korea which has also long been north korea's crosshairs . in belgium sacked leader carlist voyage to mom and four other former ministers have been released from custody and they have to stay in belgium and attend their court sessions within two weeks. and the other four had turned
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themselves into police earlier on sunday to face possible extradition to spain prosecutors there have filed charges against them for their role in last month's independence referendum which the spanish government says was illegal. and belgium's interior minister has accused the european union of double standards here young jambo and said that the e.u. had remained silent about madrid crackdown on cattle on separate is despite taking legal action against the right wing governments of poland and hungary for defying democratic norms when they don't use catherine martin so i asked the former president of the european council herman from rome point about the e.u. strategy what that strategy is in the catalonia crisis. as former european council president the european union so far treats the crisis of catalonia
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as an internal matter of a european member state can the european union can brussels keep that defensive line because the european union is respecting the rule of law. in spain the referendum was considered by the supreme court as illegal. the unilateral declaration of independence was considered by the supreme court supreme court as illegal and we have to respect let's say not only the independence of spain the depends of the additional in spain we have to respect the rule of law as long as the rule of law is not violated the european union has nope role to play and you always have to be very cautious and i'm speaking no as a belgian. interfering in domestic politics we had a crisis of five hundred forty one days it was
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a major crisis it was about the future of the country. we solved the problem after one year and a half without any mediation without any intervention of the european union we never asked it and it was never suggested but what would be wrong for a strong european union as a broker showing to the european citizens its capacity as a crisis manager it needs always to or to tango if a country is not asking for support or for mediation you cannot impose it it has to be in consensus with the member states and as far as i know there is no request there is no demand but catalonia was calling for mediation in this case and the european commission president juncker for example he wants his
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commission to be a political one is the european union falding short finally just referring all the time to the rule of law we are working with member states and as far as i know the rule of role is respected in spain and just referring. two decisions of the supreme court and that's importing it do it do or not even political decisions the political decision was to in some way to suspend autonomy of catalonia off to a unilateral declaration ignition off independence but major decisions taken it was what you dishy decisions and we have to respect the separation of powers so it does not because a region is asking that the european union has to intervene we are working we are dealing with the member states. if there was have been fun romp where they're speaking with our catherine mark and earlier today about the crisis in catalonia
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our sports news now the head of the bonus league is a video assistance referee system has been replaced i made accusations of inappropriately influencing matches of a controversy swirling around the v.a.r. system since its introduction in this season cost how much cruel his job and the latest incidents to first have goals for all sport were disallowed in their game which heads up on sunday has been replaced by former top referee let's go for early. back at the top of the hour with more world news followed by the day. health. but here it's too long. solidarity. they fall by the wayside when the gap between rich and former grows. life in.


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