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to interrupt let's say you want to know their story in. writing and reliable information for margaret. how do you want to live in a radical way discover the bauhaus code the elseworlds starts january thirteenth on g.w. . u.s. president donald trump has walked out of a meeting with democratic leaders over funding for a border war with mexico trump called the meeting a quote total waste of time with the government shutdown amid a dispute over the funding senate democratic leader chuck schumer said trumpet had a quote temper tantrum. police in australia have arrested a forty eight year old man after suspicious packages were found at several embassies and consulates a number of diplomatic offices in melbourne sydney and camera were sent the
packages some reportedly labeled asbestos the man's been charged with sending dangerous articles by post. british prime minister to resign may has suffered another setback in parliament m.p.'s in london have voted to force the government to come up with a plan b. within three days if breaks a deal is rejected u.k. lawmakers are debating that deal with a vote expected next week. of course in istanbul has sentenced a news reporter to thirteen months in jail. faced insults and libel charges over a report on a former turkish leaders ties to offshore companies the allegations emerged from the so-called paradise papers which leaked information about tax havens of major international firms and public figures.
bangladesh workers are taking to the streets for better paid government measures not calm down the angry crowd. also on the program in the us the world's biggest electronics trade show is missing some chinese exhibitors will tell you why. and they were supposed to make you feel like a man in this castle but the idea didn't really go well in turkey. it's our business on the w. . welcome to the program protests in bangladesh are keeping author already is busy as workers are demanding better working conditions the government recently increased the minimum wage but the rise is not enough according to unions some textile factory owners are being passed are.