tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle November 13, 2017 6:00pm-6:15pm CET
from different perspectives. join us and inspired by distinctive instagram or others at g.w. stories new topics each week on instagram. this is day to be a news live from berlin a powerful earthquake has struck the border area between iran and iraq more than four people hundred people have been killed and thousands more injured relief efforts are underway in both countries the number of dead is expected to rise as rescuers dig through the rubble. also coming out.
there unaided by a strong man but protesters in manila had a different greeting for donald trump as he met philippines leader to tear to. and could it be riveted to italy and football's world cup playoffs the four time champions must overturn a first leg deficit at home to sweden tonight or missed their first finals since one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. i'm sumi so much going to thank you for joining us rescue workers are scrambling to find people and help earthquake victims on the iran iraq border more than four hundred people are dead in iran alone thousands more have been left injured or homeless. now the seven point three magnitude earthquake struck around thirty
kilometers from the iraqi town of how late on sunday in iraq at least seven people have been killed and hundreds more injured. first the sudden tremors and then the panic. in a matter of minutes their lives reduced to rubble when the earthquake hit i was lying in my bed as i wasn't feeling well my sons were watching t.v. and the next room he started shouting mom wake up there's an earthquake we all ran to the corridor and we could see the house collapsing behind us and hear the voice of things falling. the quake could be felt across iraq from here in the distance city of bondi khan and over four hundred kilometers away but it was iran that was the worst hit
at a mosque in diyala province the structure remained standing. thank god there were no casualties only the top part of the minaret was damaged and fell on the ceiling damaging it. but not everyone was as lucky elsewhere building after building collapsed leaving huge swaths of destruction. as a clock ticked on the number of killed and injured to. a wall fell over me with hospital struggling to cope with a flood of patients the rainy and government has called on people to donate blood. in north than iraq the quake was literally broadcast on live t.v. . i think it looks like there's an earthquake happening where you are before you know yes there's an earthquake i'm going to go outside i'm sorry. the interview cut
short by the traumas as people try to get to safety. but. the focus has now shifted to search and rescue operations. rescue personnel i mean the affected areas distributing supplies to victims. now u.s. president donald trump has met with philippines leader audrey go to territory on his tour of asia after turkey has launched a brutal war on drugs including extra judicial killings and critics wanted trying to bring up a human rights violations with their territory but it appears the issue was not discussed in detail. at a gathering swirling with controversy an unexpected moment of tenderness.
the filipino president pulled out all the stops at a gala to open the summit on sunday. i mean. good news for you thank the orders of the. united states. but some say detectives not the only one hitting the wrong notes ahead of the summit filipino rights groups urged trump to confront a terror takeover his war on drugs a crackdown that's left thousands dead over the past year but if there was any criticism from trunk it was not on display in manila trump showered his host a self-proclaimed trailer with compliments. and i want to thank you for your incredible hospitality and the show last night the talent show i assume mostly from the philippines was fantastic thank you. the camaraderie did not go down well with
everyone police used water cannon to scare off angry protesters. we believe that the meeting will not bring any benefits for the filipino people but the right . course and the human rights are created in the philippines and tried to be the bearers heartbreaks not to get the reference to think the white house said the two men's meeting focused on trade and fighting the so-called islamic state it said human rights came up briefly during discussions on the philippines fight against illegal drugs. let's get more in donald trump's visit to the philippines so let's talk to correspondent ana santos in manila hi ana there is conflicting information over whether the issue of human rights was raised in the talks between these two leaders the white house says it was but the filipino government says it was not what are you hearing well the presidential spokesperson had earlier given a briefing two years of media after the bilateral talks between president trump and
president putin and he said that human rights was not brought up human rights issues not brought out and therefore it was not discussed so that pretty much summarizes what the briefing that we got earlier today and i have to say that you know it's a huge disappointment for the international human rights. community who would hope that president trump would use that as u.n. summit as the venue to drive to the human rights crisis in the philippines that's been brought about by president deterrent as war on drugs what about the reception that donald trump received as detectors government believe he really has one trump over. well it was you're talking about the protesters the message to him is clearly he is not welcome but you contrast that with a welcome that the president of the philippines president of charity has given him and you see really a lot of water you saw a lot of ribbing between the two men joking president child came in a traditional lot he was also if you say been sprayed is using suppressive terms
like tremendous fantastic so it seems that there is a warm relationship between the two men and that wasn't enjoyed by the predecessor of president trump and we saw some of those images of the protests a but where do most filipinos stand on donald trump well the most filipinos don't trust him i have to stay that. way that we got from a lot of the protesters was. distrust that americans feel for donald is something that they can identify with you have to remember that there are more than three million filipinos that live in america so anti immigrant rhetoric of donald is something that is very hurtful and also you know something that a lot of filipinos are against so they see him as someone who is not an ally of the migrant aspirations of many filipinos all right correspondent ana santos
reporting for us in manila thank you anna. now germany's defense minister is the last on the line is calling it a great day for europe twenty three e.u. member states have signed on to a far reaching agreement on closer military and security cooperation and a foreign and defense ministers from each country signed the pact in brussels today it lays the foundation for a european defense union member states will be able to invest in joint military projects and develop and deploy joint armed forces the aim is to improve you coordination on defense and weapons systems development. let's get more on this story was due to abuse catherine martin's in brussels hi catherine what does this new agreement mean for europe in concrete terms well as systematic corporation this means in concrete terms that already national existing units are made available for operations and military interventions for example thanks truly just think helps all
over cross the european union a very concrete example right now the european union has for example trying to types or around trying to types of military helicopters this sort of overproduction is something they want to overcome in the european union with this defense corporation to get a more rapid force and the other thing beyond logistics is really the. political will to bring military assets the willingness to intervene abroad and to indeed increase the defense spending those are the big lines off of this defense cooperation today ok so the german defense minister calling this a great day for europe but five member states haven't signed up to this agreement yet why is that. well all big players are on board today so there are interesting always in the european union north and south east and west members are on board and indeed there are five the great britain of course to the breck so
there are not on board there were fiercely opposed to a close a corporation denmark traditionally is against and is supposed regarding a closer corporation as well but the others portugal for example lotto or island they didn't say no and this is the most important message here it is an open club it's an inclusive nature germany pushed really hard for that this means that other member states this week they didn't want to commit publicly today they are free to join the club when ever whenever they feel ready and even if they are right now nonmembers they can have a status an observer status in order to get integrated anyway in the process catherine is there the risk that this could potentially become a rival to nato well there were really concerns in the very beginning to be precise not made to itself because the secretary general is thought of fully supports the
project bought indeed some nato countries a row concerned is this a competition and right now the actual framework is not lay out like a competition nature would still focus on. collective defense in order to safeguard article five bought the european defense corporation will focus on regions where nato has no specific no specific. charges and this is for example africa and there could be an added value or father european union to have read up act and force already there was catherine martin's for us from brussels thank you catherine. france has been remembering the victims of the country's worst ever terror attack that struck paris two years ago pictures of a french president call he paid considerable time today meeting with survivor survivors and mckone and former president francois hollande you see here and then
release balloons into the air in honor of the one hundred thirty people who died in the multiple attacks the american rock band eagles of death metal gave a surprise concert but the lead singer at times appeared overcome by emotion the group's concert at the theater exactly two years ago turned into a bloodbath when examined extremists stormed the hall parallel attacks also targeted cafes and the national stadium. to a bit of sports now and in football italy and sweden face off on the second leg of the world cup play off tonight and sweden have a slender lead after winning the first leg one nil on friday and if they win they'll caused quite an upset by knocking out one of football's powerhouses. winds back the clock to the two thousand and six world cup final in berlin and it was happy days for italy lifted the world cup trophy for the fourth time. fast forward eleven years and it's a different story italy having been the side of the one struck fear in their
opponents a mediocre qualifying campaign and a poor performance in the first leg defeat to sweden sees italy on the brink of missing their first world cup since one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. where team we are italy where a team that has to play football and if we qualify we'll do it by playing football . by playing football that's something italy's golden generation with the likes of david piano choccy razzi. could do with their eyes closed john luigi profound is the last relic and he knows what's at stake. is the positivity the possibility to rebound from this result we're working on this dream on the subject. we also know that it's an important match for all of us. for the nation and for the history of our national team.
proud and rich history which will be tainted should be as we walk off the pitch as losers miss out on football's biggest showpiece. you're watching news still to come over gears up for possibly going public in the near future with a big new investor. will be here in just a moment with all the details on that story plus headlines stay with us.