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in north america and around the globe. i'm lewis vaughan jones. that north korea wants to make peace. north koreans want to make peace. was not firing missiles donald trump tells his supporters it's anymore. time to talk. moves to ban rapid—fire could lead to the greatest deal for the world. bump stocks. the trump administration makes a first attempt at gun control. splitting it in three. reportedly splitting the territory into the rebels have denied the claims. three. spy find traces of poison since the government launched its offensive. in a restaurant. have been found in a restaurant the pair had visited. before they were both found collapsed on a bench. because he's imposed tariffs
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on imports. those were the latest headlines. now on bbc news, it's time for click. in a threatened congressional the app that helps record and report sexual assault. seat. the ai going after kimjong—un, saying he thought pyongyang wanted to make peace. cancer. and the man who wants us all to live forever. are going to happen, but we'll see. going to send missiles up any more until through the meetings. well, think of that, we were, like, getting a lot of missiles sent. i wouldn't say japan was thrilled, missiles flying over japan! they're very happy with what i'm doing. honestly, when you think... they're not going to send missiles up, think of it. they're not sending missiles up.
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right? tariffs on steel and aluminium. —— tariffs on steel and aluminium was justified. "we don't want the tariffs, what do we have to do? from the european union different countries, right? sounds nice, they kill us on trade. but you can't go any higher than you're already at anyway!
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we're going to tax bmw, you want to have money? you want to have money come into our country? on steel and aluminium. to the international efforts to avoid a trade war. have long been in the diary. the meeting took on some urgency. but they don't want their producers to pay a 25% 00:03:43,1000 --> 00:03:44,428 tariff either. travels to washington next week to seek exactly that.
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to look at them in great detail. they willjoin an ever—growing list of nations who won't be paying. and removed his country from the list. canada and mexico have already been exempted. will take its course to put that direction into effect. with the president. will also want to be spared. in the end, it might only be russia and china paying the us tariffs. between two of the world's biggest exporters. joe lynam, bbc news.
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decision to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium. zhong shan said a trade war would be in no—one‘s interest. the us and the world. which allow rifles to fire with the speed of machine guns. to kill 58 people. will also be changed to include bump stocks. our washington correspondent chris buckler has more. to improve gun safety. which president trump himself has talked about.
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and turn them into automatic machine guns, in effect. basically, they increase the speed at which bullets can be fired. rifles then to use them effectively as machine guns. this is just the first step in a lengthy process. the department ofjustice want to do it. that there will also be legal challenge. to try to tighten legislation, is something they want. is that this is not in itself new legislation.
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and that's how it will be tightened. but effectively, it makes them illegal for sale. making the news. were disqualified from its legislative council. its crucial one—third veto bloc in the legislature. four of the six vacant seats are being contested. abolishing 2—term limits for the country's president. and possibly rule indefinitely.
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against president nicolas maduro. all eight men and one woman were sent to prison. of march by military counter—intelligence agents. the lawyer said there was no concrete evidence of wrongdoing. antiestablishment movement that will win many victories. what he called the "globalised elite" and the mainstream media. he also spoke of a growing wave of populism across europe. of eastern ghouta, three weeks ago.
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and isolated another. martin patience reports. this is where the un calls "hell on earth". but war planes are overhead. there's no escape. the syrian army has now reportedly surrounded the main town of douma. syrian jets are pounding the besieged enclave. but hundreds of thousands of civilians are trapped inside. the united nations calls these air strikes "collective punishment". syria and its backer, russia, are not listening. the syrian army is advancing. close to the capital.
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this commander seems confident of victory. the terrorists, as he calls them, are on the run. they have nowhere to run. but international organisations say it's nowhere near enough. appears to be entering the final stage. but the end could be bloodier than what has come before. martin patience, bbc news, lebanon. stay with us on bbc news. violent, people living nearby are warned to wear hard hats. the numbers of dead and wounded defied belief.
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this, the worst terrorist atrocity on european soil in modern times. with a dynamic figure 20 years his junior. we heard these gunshots in the gym. then he came out through a fire exit and started firing at our huts. god, we were all petrified. in an 8—car convoy. paul, what's it feel like to be married at last? it feels fine, thank you. what are you going to do now? is it going to change your life much, do you think? i've never been married before. this is
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bbc news. on imports of the metal. rifles to fire continuously. rick saccone. tolerance for dealers. during the course of his or her life! their families are
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destroyed. so you can kill thousands of people and go to jailfor 30 days. they catch a drug dealer, they don't even put them in jail! think of it. in many states. or you get life imprisonment. you — think of it. and they don't even put you in jail! they don't do anything! i think it's a discussion we have to start thinking about. don't you? i don't know if you are ready. i don't know if this country is ready for it. to start thinking about. of a former russian spy and his daughter in the city of salisbury.
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condition. where they were eating, last sunday. dominic casciani has the latest. and yulia skripal? in the pizzeria where they ate last sunday. who was there last sunday is in danger. it is a crucial piece of evidence in an evolving and a huge operation. warfare specialists arrived earlier today. a vehicle designed to save lives now posing a grave risk to the public. detectives calling on the help of the military to make it safe. in the last 2a hours.
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last night, we saw them take away a police car from the hospital. contaminated last sunday. who is behind this crime. ministers are being briefed on the unfolding investigation. emergency committee, cobra. where it should lead. the main cemetery is one of five sites under investigation. of mr skripal‘s wife and son. of his daughter — still critical, still in intensive care. victim of the nerve agent, detective sergeant nick bailey.
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on with normal life. to help businesses affected by the police operation. it is all over. dominic casciani, bbc news, in salisbury. were ransacked in four days of riots. by buddhist hardliners. jill mcgivering has the latest.
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and badly damaged mosques. communities run deep. friday prayers were held in the open air under army protection. the military are out in force now. on the surface, all is calm. to hide at night. the government now promises to pay for the damage. local officials have been told to start the clean—up at once. is still in place. and thousands of troops sent
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onto the streets. man had been killed by a group of muslims. this monk risked his life to protect mosques in his area from attack. translation: there were four attempted attacks. we were able to successfully stop them. in one instance, we quickly got the police to come. in another, we ran towards the attackers and sent them away. there are 11! to happen to them. with these petrol—bombs. mohamed faisul‘s home was ransacked. translation: they've looted our house. my sister only got married recently. they have taken all herjewellery. and they have even taken that. see how they have torn our 2—month—old child's toy? i think more than racism, their
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intention was to loot. police say they have arrested nearly 150 people. will restore justice here. jill mcgivering, bbc news. hard—hats as its eruptions get more violent. into the air. it's the volcano's fourth eruption this century. andrew plant reports. night—time in south—western japan. most active volcanoes. yea rs. in 2011, locals were evacuated. it is now being watched very closely. smoke is rising more than 3000 metres into the
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air. high winds blowing ash across the towns nearby. kilometres around the volcano. volcanic range in a country with more than 100 volcanoes. organisation. volcano will become.
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called for an international ban on landmines. by walking through a live minefield. the halo trust, was with diana during her iconic walk. before she died. good morning. good morning, ma'am. when she arrived, she was very nervous. "you need to listen to me. i'm going to give you a safety briefing. these are the things that have been killing a lot of the children. or seriously injured.
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which is probably not the best opening line to a princess. ban on landmines. largely neglected issue. specialised in clearing landmines and the other detritus of war. the amazing work we did. of the amount of media that came off planes. i was expecting a fewjournalists. i think there was something like 90 following her around.
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de—mining teams in the former rebel stronghold of huambo. excavated out and they've uncovered a mine. for blowing up the princess of wales. firing. explosion. campaign to ban anti—personnel mines is a distraction that wasn't needed. by supporting this campaign. do you have any reaction to that? around the world. that's all. she was caught out quite badly by that question. by how political it became. to highlight a problem.
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unexploded landmines that litter the country. princess diana really did engage. she was very engaged on the issue. side of it as well? to pieces and were missing limbs... every six months, she must have a new one? it moved her, and you could see it moved her. of the problem of mines. governments not to ratify the treaty. you know, you
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say a picture paints a thousand words. you know, an iconic image of the 20th century. a reminder of our top story.... to make peace. firing missiles any more. kim jong—un could lead to the greatest deal for the world.
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across many northern areas. across parts of scotland with some snow on the hills. as the weather front continues to move northwards. of the night. but elsewhere, a dry and chilly start to sunday.
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and stubborn to clear. but eventually, they should do. of the morning. of scotland as well. into the afternoon, some could be heavy, maybe thundery. but a milder day for scotland, temperatures here ten or 11. more breeze and also outbreaks of rain. parts of the uk. of the sunshine through monday. for scotland, variable cloud, a few sunny spells. temperatures of 7—10
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