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continue to fight to research the benefit is who. gets the power train and d.h.l. is making it happen. this is deja vu news live from berlin u.s. president donald trump returns home after his first tour of asia. well they well they didn't really do that but just how great was it really will ask someone who's been tracking the president's every move also coming up. rescuers in iran
halt their efforts to find any more survivors of sunday's deadly quake tehran the claires a day of national mourning for the some four hundred people who died in the disaster . and for the first time in six decades italy will not be at the world cup coach gigi befall and his team are in tears after they failed to beat underdogs sweden in their qualifying playoff. i'm brian thomas welcome to the show u.s. president donald trump is returning to washington after a twelve day tour of asia it has been a packed visit that took in japan south korea china vietnam and the philippines here's a look at the hits and misses of the president's asian charm offensive. donald
trump may have written the art of the deal but the art of diplomacy hasn't always come easy so this was going to be an ambitious two by any measure he was there to rally u.s. troops put it on. confront pyongyang's provocations north korea is a worldwide threat that requires worldwide action and do some deals. trouble to bed to shore up the pacific alliance began in japan where jack platic traits of subtlety and nuance were in short supply. not his host prime minister shinzo minded very much. the reception was always going to be frosty here in south korea trump has accused all of weakness in the face of the north. yet trump speech to parliament t.v. ins confounded his critics. if you want peace you must
stand strong at all times the world. at a big bang banquet the commander in chief had a diplomatic trick up his sleeve. videos of his granddaughter singing in mandarin a surefire way to please his hosts trump had cause to celebrate as he later claimed president xi would up the sanctions against north korea and move to allow foreign companies access to the country. it was a casual some see cozy encounter with vladimir putin at his next summit that threatened to derail the grand tour. trump was again dogged by questions of russian meddling in u.s. democracy. he went off script sending a series of tweets attacking his critics. by the end of his odyssey he was getting
used to the red carpet treatment even if it meant embracing filipino president rodriguez. a man accused of mass extrajudicial killings. this was turning to be entertained. and three. at the end of this final summit is chumps relationship with new friends that me reese concern among allies. time for looked out some of the other stories making the news today president trump's eldest son has released messages he exchanged with wiki leaks during and after the twenty sixteen election campaign this after a media report suggested dol trump jr liaise with the website which published leak e-mails from hillary clinton during the campaign the messages have been turned over to a congressional inquiry into russia's alleged involvement in the us election. u.s.
secretary of state rex tillerson has been holding talks with me in mars leader aung san suu kyi on the sidelines of the. told us and flies to me in march tomorrow to discuss the range of refugee crisis suchi is under growing pressure to take action more than six hundred thousand range of muslims a flood of military crackdown to neighboring bangladesh. thousands of women have been protesting in brazil over moves to criminalize abortions without exception in parliament terminations are currently allowed in limited cases including rape and life threatening pregnancies. a total abortion ban would need a majority in both houses to become law. it's to iran now where the government has declared today a national day of mourning for the victims of sunday's deadly earthquake the tremor had a remote mountainous region on the border with iraq rain in media's reporting rescue
efforts came to an end during the night more than four hundred people are said to have been killed several thousand were injured. amid the rubble the noise of dickerson's broken by house of sadness. as rescue workers retreat the dead the briefs are left to grapple with homes and lives ruined. in remote support also how in the worst hit area buildings have been destroyed with much of the town late waist. the frantic search for the living is now turning into a recovery effort. for the injured survivors the town's only hospital is not an option. with only makeshift eight facilities and a shortage of vital supplies hundreds have been ferried halfway across the country to the capital to run. there was nothing where we came from no electricity no water
i'm in a bad way i was in a hospital for eighteen hours. across the border in iraq people are trying to return to normal darbhanga khan bore the brunt of the damage here. the building was flattened by the earthquake the rubble collapsed on a family of seven we only managed to rescue five of them the other two were killed . the disaster has left an estimated seventy thousand people homeless. neighboring countries have been answering the call for help turkey has sent humanitarian assistance along with three thousand tents and ten thousand beds. and joining us now is dr helen is odd she heads the u.k. based iran's children charity dr thanks so much for being with us this morning your charity is working in the worst affected town of suppose in western iran can you tell us what's the situation on the ground as far as you know. yes we have at the
moment three off our colleagues. working on the ground supporting other local n.g.o.s and organization in helping people for lack of food providing. trying to isis which organizing various activities that the government and other n.g.o.s are carrying out unfortunately the this it tradition is beginning of the quake so the search and rescue has been stopped at a moments but there is a lot to do because there are still many people sleeping out so it's. really it's very bad situation at the moment they're sleeping outside a difficult winter conditions aren't they and there there has been some criticism of the government in tehran that there hasn't been enough support what are you hearing has there been adequate help and support from the iranian government. well
look what we have heard is that you are doing their best i mean these circumstances it's always difficult to make sure everything's ready and dispatched immediately after from what we hear and they are making efforts and there are on the ground at the moment but there are a lot of n.g.o.s as well that are supporting what they're doing of course the amount of blankets and tents and food is needed still and the beginning of the rest of us for so those are still going to be needed which are a lot of it really did the government if they can't achieve what you know their needs are the local people are helping a lot as well and from tehran and there are. i know my colleagues we had a few lorries leaving yesterday from more tinned food and i'm concerned that there are a lot of people also helping but you know the government obviously can't do everything on its own so. any of their international organizations help would be appreciated
and that's where you come in as well you had a children's charity what the children need right now most in the affected areas. yes of course is the immediate needs are shelter food but also we are looking ahead for the issues to do with post-traumatic stress disorder in that a lot of them are going to have emotional stress long after this. has been used and people have have received immediate help so that you're looking to see if we can provide workshops for ok to organize a local organizations we have to leave it there doesn't you know dr elders are of the iran's children charity thanks so much for being with us thank you very much for having me.
major football now in italy have failed to qualify for next year's world cup after losing a playoff to sweden four time world cup winners italy dominated the game but simply could not find a way past us solid swedish defense the game ended nil nil sweden goes through after winning the first leg one nil it is the first time italy haven't qualified for a world cup and check this sixty years. for more on italy's defeat and sweden success i'm joined by chris harrington from the sports good morning press morning national day of mourning in a way for italy a catastrophe for them what happened you know they just failed through leaving all of the fans at san siro dejected and disappointed their lack of firepower and it's sad because you mention the stat over sixty years i'm just going to figure out here
in a guesstimate most fans attending are under the age of sixty so they only know italy participated in the world cup and it's a tough way to go out because their goal keeper gigi bouffant just missed out on his sixth world cup he's a legend the ageless wonder it's sad to see italy the italians. a player with a name such as his go out this way you never want to go out a loser and unfortunately back to the drawing board italy must go they have to turn their frowns upside down yeah he drew everyone and didn't join or before he said he said this is this is this is all about the fans it's all about the team it's all about the nation and a very rough day for them what about sweden they were all gone shock what a defense they put up that they put up a stellar defense thanks to robin olsen the goalkeeper and their captain andreas grande quist he actually said if they did qualify for the world cup will shave his head so i'm looking forward to see those photos of a shaved shiny head from their captain but it's impressive because they did it with teamwork and they're starting to leaven only four players play in europe's top
leagues and this is a sweden side they didn't make that they were eliminated out of the group stage in the european championship so it's nice to see a team recover considering they haven't been in a world cup since two thousand and six so sweden just might be a dark horse without a lot tony brought him how many shots did italy take i mean that is you know it's said nearly thirty twenty seven shots at him so a goal they had a few penalties that were discounted by the referees so it wasn't a lack of firepower it was a lack of hitting the target ok they tried but they just couldn't get one in that they had no no. social media has been sparking up about this on social media many soccer fans are showing how devastated they are over italy's elimination this canadian of italian descent is already getting a stall ject every world cup my father puts up the italy flag eighty three feet long it will be up next year the british football star gary lincoln or joins him in his disappointment tweeting mama may italy have failed to qualify for russia
twenty eighteen it won't be quite the same without them and you waved goodbye within a riveter. after the match the italian football team's official twitter account quoted retiring goalkeeper we heard from press before saying i'm not sorry for myself but for all of a tally in football and there are other reasons to be sad this german politician writing a world cup without italy is a loss because of their style. let's get you a quick reminder now of the top stories we're following for you today u.s. president donald trump has wrapped up his full day tour of asia for talks with regional leaders in manila despite protests on some legs of that tour trump reaffirmed america's commitment to its key asian allies. and rescuers in iran have ended their search for survivors of sunday's deadly earthquake iran's announced a day of national mourning for the more than four hundred people who died in the
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