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this is g.w. news live from baghdad in a major shake up at the white house president trump's hard line national security adviser john bolton is out the president says he disagreed with his advisor on many issues bolton had advocated regime change in iraq as his departure signaled that change in the administration's foreign policy towards the coming up a campaign a promise designed to provoke israel's prime minister binyamin netanyahu says he'll onix large parts of the occupied west bank if he's reelected in
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a general election next week. and more than 30 years after the critically acclaimed original the sequel to margaret atwood's novels the handmaid's tale has finally arrived and then. i'm going out on for a good to have you with us u.s. president donald trump as far as his national security adviser john bolton announcing this latest white house sacking on twitter the president said that he disagreed strongly with bolton on many issues bolton had advocated for military intervention and regime change in countries including iran syria and north korea is the 3rd national security adviser to go under the current administration trump says he'll name a replacement next week. john bolton and happier times seated
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at the president's side and influential proponent of his foreign policy represent his tenure as national security advisor came to an end on tuesday when trump took to twitter to announce his departure the president tweeted that he strongly disagreed with many of bolton suggestions prompting trump to us for his resignation bolton quickly disputed this version of events in turn tweeting that he had offered to resign on his own accord it is not the 1st time trump and bolton disagree the film advisor stood for a muscular approach to foreign relations a known hard line he favorite military intervention in iran north korea and venezuela people. but despite his aggressive rhetoric trump all from chos diplomacy over confrontation. he has met with north korea's leader kim jung un and was prepared to strike a peace deal with the taliban in afghanistan just like bolton's departure has
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fueled speculation that u.s. foreign policy could. but senior administration figures caution against the idea. someone asked what would the policy be different absent any individual being here it is a been the president's policies but i don't think any leader around the world should make any assumption that because some one of us departs that president trumps foreign policy will change in a materialized designed to pressure iran into concessions over his nuclear program unlikely to remain in place or i would say secretary and myself and the president are completely aligned on our maximum pressure campaign i think you know we've done more sanctions on iran than anybody and it's absolutely working. even as bolton became the 3rd national security adviser to serve on the president trump brushed off suggestions that the national security team was in disarray. really this is a national security issue no notice to the internet absolutely not that's the most
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ridiculous question i have ever heard or hear you say various authorities. but bolton is unlikely to be the last official to find himself at the revolving door of trump's white house. and any correspondent have no phony n.e.'s is in washington d.c. and you can tell us more now good to see i suppose the 1st thing that comes to mind all the current tensions between the u.s. and iran trump of bolton clashing over iran so what impact will bolton 2nd half. you're absolutely right helen of there was a we'll call it a pretty strong difference of opinion we've seen we'll call it a more conciliatory tone coming from president in recent weeks and months and also also coming from his secretary of state mike pompei oh now what we've seen is the president has said he's open to meeting his iranian counterpart. rouhani
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now we even heard earlier the secretary of state said that it could even take place at the. general assembly which is taking place later this month and i we know this was very much against. john bolton had wanted he had a much more hardline and much more aggressive sort of policy towards iran and it appeared that this just didn't fit in this different this change of direction we'll call it in terms of foreign policy direction and it was it was just one of many issues that it appears they disagreed over and also let's not forget it's also been reported here that there was perhaps a little bit of a personality even between the 2 that they just simply didn't see eye to eye on on a personal level as well which is as many observers say here very important within the trumpet ministrations so public that iran of course iran is not the only
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country that the u.s. sees deliberating over when it comes to foreign policy we could talk about afghanistan syria north korea among all of this so it is this 10 signal a departure a change in direction for the trumpet ministration. well i just said it certainly doesn't it appears so let's not forget the president trump. has been very much against for example the iraq war and he also in his one of his election promises was to see an end to the war in. iraq she just over the weekend let's not forget he had planned to hold secret talks with taliban leaders actually at camp david that was canceled but it also was an issue with john bolton who was very much against it he was really displeased with the decision from president trump and the direction that he appeared to be taking or appears to be taking us foreign policy so it just looked like that relationship in the administration was on tenable well
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then all of this kind of begs the question though it knew bolton's position all these countries before why the hire and why now the fire. well of course as we know is what many people here many observers have been saying you know but it did appear though in the beginning president trump was quite impressed with john bolton he was quite is a quite outspoken figure that he was they did agree in many respects on the image that they had of the united states of being strong of the sovereignty of the united states so that they have those issues in common and also let's not forget that a significant percentage of presidents from supporters would agree and to a certain degree with john bolton's foreign policy beliefs direction he should take care of what direction the united states should take. but it's up to the point now where we're seeing the shift in direction like i said and it just
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didn't work anymore and that's where we are now i don't know what will be interesting is home is who will take over let's not forget that this will be the 4th national security adviser in the trumpet administration and what you want about force is a washington correspondent and yes thanks so much. now to the campaign trail in israel prime minister binyamin netanyahu has promised to onyx the jordan valley in the yorkie part of west bank if he wins next week's election well the jordan valley accounts for a last wave the west bank which is claimed by palestine as a future independent state whose vow comes as israelis are ready to vote in parliamentary elections on the 17th of september the 2nd such hold to be held. and saudi arabia has condemned netanyahu annexation pledge calling it a quote dangerous escalation and earlier we spoke to the correspondent tanya came in jerusalem that's
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a week before the elections and he said he wants to annex the settlements in the jordan valley and north. sea and also in light of the possible revelation of the u.s. peace plan after the elections and that he needs the mandate from his voters from the israeli public to do so immediately after the elections now it's not really a new plant and israel has always said they want to keep this jordan valley especially security barrier as an east of a possible eastern border but of course there is a big if if he's reelected that to mattick development because it could seen in towns like jericho in the jordan very little enclaves israel occupied kept out and occupied the west bank in 167 and of course such a move would then make this occupation permanent and also you know the notion for the palestinians of a possible palestinian suffer and palestinian state and 2 state solution for those
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people who still believe and a 2 state solution would actually go away and of course it's an against international law and against the notion of an negotiated deal you know that with see a sovereign palestinian state a correspondent tonya came to that in ensuring said and let's get you up to date now with some of the other stories making news around the world. the body although robert mugabe is on its way back to harare from singapore where the longtime zimbabwean needed died last week delegations transporting a campus remains at a state funeral home someday and government officials and mugabe's relatives are divided on where he should be buried. italy's new left leaning coalition has cleared the final hot. to form a government 20 a confidence vote in the country's upper house the senate and the coalition of the operation and 5 star movement in the center left democratic party is led by former
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prime minister just at the conte and shots far right nita. out of town. well apple has held its big annual product launch event in california and this time with a shrinking focus on you gadget the tech giant did unveil the new i phone 11 which features that rival products already possess but with sales from hardware forwarding apple is moving into the entertainment business. apple is also becoming an entertainment company the i phone maker is launching its own streaming service that will compete with the likes of netflix and disney plus apple t.v. plus deb use in november and will cost nearly 5 dollars a month it will be free for a year for anyone who buys a mac and i pad 4 and i phone. today we're excited to tell you that the 1st shows will be available on november 1st and will be thank you and we'll be adding more apple originals every month and it plus will be available in
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over a 100 countries a lot. of course there's also the new i phones they levon and the 11 pro for several cameras and a night multi take pictures in low light the apple watch now has an always on display no need to tap it to see the time but that's nothing groundbreaking competitors offer that feature but i phones one get 5 g. until next year no surprise sales are down overall the i phone still accounts for half of apple's revenues the tech giant has to evolve so it's moving beyond hardware and software so it once a streaming and gaming platform to help bring in more money. it is almost 35 years since margaret atwood's the hun maid's tale hit all book shelves the dystopian novel to fix a regime which stringently controls women and their reproductive systems
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a vision many women are finding all the more disturbing and relevant as american states seek to criminalize abortion is one reason which the long awaited sequel to the book is attracting international attention. kind my swearing the iconic red cloaks and white head piece is familiar from the t.v. series and subsequent political protests appeared in the streets of london ahead of margaret atwood's night his book launch fine say the book is more relevant than ever in some ways it's becoming a worse place with them securely in the night sky. and so this is very current very relevant very necessary it wasn't just the hand it was a forward but it's that 8 minutes to read and x. and the anti feel or every time every word that she writes and she change any genuinely changed my life. thanks to stressed as handmaids evoked words fictional state of giving out handing out oranges and repeating well known catchphrases from
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the novel. through this guy the canadian only attended the launch and gave a midnight reading from the long awaited sequel at a press conference she had this to say about the world of gilliatt. as they think. it is joe the world let's hope so. although it's never uniform the people that are running things in those societies think that it's just of what they were doing before because as. there is one jew problem. after 34 years the waiting is over and the reading can begin. here watching the news live from but not next is doc film with a look at spy is troubled take over monsanto my colleagues eric he has your next
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