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this hour on cnn news room, president joe biden is set to wrap his first g 7 summit telling world leaders that the u.s. is back, and next a royal reception. thank you for joining us. we're live in cornwall, england where g 7 leaders are holding their final day. >> also coming up this hour, a crucial we're live in jerusalem
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with that. also, the heartbreaking stories tomorrow apart by deportations in china. >> welcome even to our little spot on the cornish coast in the southwestern corner of england. this is the stage that boris johnson has set to welcome the leaders of the democracies. the g 7 summit is going to wrap up today with day three, the final day, two working sessions today. these are the leaders in the world's wealthiest and most powerful democracies.
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the session just now beginning is open economies and the last session is tackling climate change. president biden made a good impression of the world leaders, take a listen to emanuel macron. >> it is great to have the u.s. president willing to cooperate. >> the united states said before that we're back, the u.s. is back, and we feel very, very strongly about cohesion of nato. and i for one thing that the european union is an landing a few hours after, of course.
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they say the details will be in the details. >> it is, one of the details about vaccinating the world to help stop the pandemic. we know the leaders here between them expect one billion doses of vaccine. he believes that the target should be everyone on the planet. the world health organization said that one billion doses is not enough. they said $11 billion need to see a finance panel announced by the leaders here to encourage more investment by the form suit kal companies to ramp up production and take hands off of the property rights and some development of vaccine production sites on continents like africa so will there be
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detail on that and will a billion doses stand up to scrutiny? we just heard them saying a billion doses of vaccine goes a long way to achieving that goal of having everyone vaccinated by the end of 2022. he said without it the vaccinations, the whole planet, would not happen until the end of 2024. when you hear an answer like that to a question about the finance structures that they just described, it seems to be that we're not going to get that in the final communications. let's look at what was said about how they're going to build back better, greener, reduce carbon emissions. reduce that 1.5 degrees centigrade. it will be in the detail in a couple hours.
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>> you'll be giving us the aiders digest. the g 7 summit is only part of the first trip abroad as president. there is a lot on his plate this week. they will travel to brussels for a summit. and they will meet with vladimir putin in geneva if will be the first time he sits down with the russian leader since jab. and melissa, this feels a lot both the g 7 when is happening here, and what will happen in your neck on the woods, it feels like i'm not donald trump tour
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and the mending if he thinks tour. >> he does not but he exposes divisions, and in the last four years when these conversations were possible much has changed opinion on the jund for joe biden when he arrived tomorrow there will be a focus on china and russia. russia more important to the united states. they will also be talking about, as ever, the final contribution. pointing out that for seven years now the spending of european countries, but he acknowledges there are further to go. as that is the subject as it was before, but it will be more amicble.
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and i was for the first time ever, a question of climate change. not just that it is fuelling conflict in so many parts of the world, but also in terms of how military emission indication be controlled to try to do what they can for climate change. it will be an interesting new set of rerations. the vision that their french president put together from a common european defense, but you could argue that they have little choice but to fall back in line behind the u.s. president. >> well, i think that is what the french are trying to resist by casting their narrative. it would be better funded and
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more cohesive. this will also strengthen nato. the idea of a strengthenned defense system is a good one but not the kind of strength that jen is hoping they will be talking about in this looking ahead to the 2030 and the nato agenda. >> they will be aligned be w joe bi biden as far as russia is concerned. it comes to handling vladimir putin, russia, russian aggression, and when biden sits down at the table he will have, or he should have in a position of strength knowing his allies
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are bhintt him on that one. >> we'll be hearing more about discord on the subjects when biden meets with allies as he goes into the meeting. you're right i think it will be an important context for a situation that one would dearly love to hear live. ukraine, navalny, these are things a biden said he will be raising, but it will be interesting to see out of that what comes in terms of a reset of their relations which has been fairly publicly and verbally more confrontation than peace so far. >> thank you very much. he dropped a few bomb shells in that interview.
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they said that he has done unconscionable things. >> do you think president putin is a killer? >> i think he has done thing that's are unconscionable. i'm fairly certain he authorized the poisonings in salsbury that lead to the death of an innocent member of the british public. you have seen what is happening to alexi navalny who is on trumped up charges, and i think what joe bide listen be doing is
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fearless in my skin. we pick up our coverage of the final day at the richest democracies in the world, let's take a look at the big picture. quinton peal is a commentator for the financial times and he is joins us from london. has the new u.s. president just erased the last four years of foreign policy of trump? >> he certainly has been greeted with great enthusiasm. i think there is an enormous sense of relief among the other
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members. so i think as far as joe biden's message of "america is back" that is one that is greeted with great enthusiasm. >> we're -- so what are the limits on that? because it seems, first of all, that really the point of the few days,over arching point is to now that the team democracies are all aligned on the big topics. and that each country is going to push their national agenda which makes sense and is to be expected. >> yes, i think that actually what we have seen in the last coupling day social security quite a lot of mixed messages. it has not been very clear. they wanted, i think, to come away from this showing a great
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sense of new western unity and it is not entirely there. one of the problem areas is clearly china. i think on china joe biden probably wants a tougher response from the g 7 than many of the european countries that are really prepared to give. they're much more equivocal about future relations with china. the other problem about the g 7 actually related to boris johnson. he is very keen that britain should be seen as the new go-to global intermediary. really despite brexit and the european union, britain is there at the top tagt. his relations with the other europeans have been quite badly soured by the protbrexit proces.
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he, too, should be having a bit of trouble getting his message across. >> so this was an opportunity for boris johnson to show case, right? a global power whose voice matters. do you think that is working? i'm thinking of the pictures where they're having launch or m -- lunch or meeting on their side. you end up with the european leaders and britain seems to be in a lane of it's own? >> i agree. i think there is a real problem there for johnson. he is actually reundally undermining his partners. on that question joe biden seems to be much closer to the rest of the injury people union than he
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is to boris johnson. and that, i think, has really continued to, if you like, under mine johnson's attempt to present this warm fuzzy feeling of global britain being a good guy at the table. there is one classic picture that has come out from this, which is of boris johnson trying to give the elbow, to touch elbows, with angela amemerkel o germany and she is not offering her elbow. >> yeah, i saw that. it is amusing but also it just says something about power relations and you know how different world leaders manage that. for mr. macron physical touch appears to be very important to him. he was manhandling boris johnson.
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he was very awkwardly putting her arm around him. >> yeah, it reminds you of that extraordinary time when donald trump refused to shake hands with angela merkel. in a way she is turning the same gesture around. but now it is boris johnson on the receiving end. i think that is a real problem. the question is trust. has he got the trust of joe bide sb biden? joe biden is passionate about protecting the peace process in ireland, but no one can accuse joe biden of trying to under mine the peat prce process, and he says mind your language, make peace, make sure you don't undermind this process, i think johnson has to listen. >> yeah, absolutely.
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and it is still early days, i think we have to point out in fairness for the u.k. outside of the europeand union on the globl stage. they have been part of a powerful commercial block before of 28 voices and now they're not. they're faced with the world super power that has not always aligned with them. thank you for your time. great speaking to you today. >> with that we're going to toss back to robin in atlanta at the cnn world center who has a packed show full of world news. >> i do, indeed, thank you. this could be benjamin n netanyahu's final government. they are set to have neftali.
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>> yeah, it will be the israeli parliament here. it could be the last days as you say of benjamin net ya netanyahu's rain. today could be the day that he is leaving office. there is quite a lot to get through. we're going to hear from neftali bennet who is part one of this proposed coalition.
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we'll hear from other parties as well and they're have a speaker and then the main event will start, the new speaker will go around to every single member and lawmaker in alphabet kal order asking if they're with the government, if they're bad, or if they're against it. and if they get a simple majority then the new government will be sworn in and if they don't, then we're almost back to square one. there will be three weeks to try to set up another prime minister. new elections are still a possibility. but since they have decided to stick together since they got together, they will get this vote over the line. but it's not over until it's over, but only until the vote is done, and the new government is sworn in will netanyahu's reign be over at least for now. >> so if everything goes
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according to the coalition's plan, mr. netanyahu is out as prime minister. what's his next move and based on his previous political legacy, i'm assuming he will not go quietly. >> no one expected him to go quietly. he will be the leader of the opposition and a tricky opposition as the biggest party in parliament. no doubt he will try to do what he has failed to do kwh is undermine this coalition to the extent that it collapses. perhaps we could see legislation, but really kind of focusing on some of the ideological splits. it is the first time a party represents arab residents as well. so the hard bit, getting this
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coalition over the line, the next bit will continue and netanyahu will do everything he can to undermine it. teams in china are looking for survivors after a gas explosion from sunday morning. at least 12 people are dead, many are still trapped. officials say 150 people have been rescued including 37 with serious injuries. i want to go now to hong kong. christie lou stout has some information. >> absolutely this massive gas explosion ripped through a residential area in the central chinese province earlier today and at least 12 people have died so far. they managed about 150 people, including some that are described as being severely injured. this took place this morning.
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officials say that many people remain trapped in the debris and the rubble. there is quite a number of serge personnel. now video of the aftermath of this devastating and deadly explosion has been circulating rapidly. you see a neighborhood transformed. waking up in the morning and it is a charred and unrecognizable wasteland. there was a popular site to describe her neighborhood. she lived there. she said i can't imagine my home is only 100 or 200 millimeters away from the explosion site. i can't imagine that it has become a ruin. now sadly deadly explosions like this in china and each time is
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raises serious questions about safety standards in china. and in august of last year six people were killed by a chemical explosion. while over 100 people were killed in a blast, a series of explosions. they were trying to increase safety standards. and an investigation is under way. robin? >> for that update there, u.s. president joe bide listen soon take twae greene elizabeth. we'll take a look at the dozen american leaders.
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welcome back, i'm live in atlanta with all of the world headlines. the leaders of the most powerful democracies are in their third and final day on a host of critical global issues. they don't always see eye to eye on solutions. what they manage to agree on will be expressed in a final communique at the end of the summit. the most obvious take away is
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the presence of joe biden as the u.s. president. part of his mission has been to restore trust among america's most important and reliable allies. vladimir putin next week in geneva, he hopes to present a united front of democracies. but at the top of the agenda today was attending sunday mass at a local catholic church in cornwall. and then they will go to windsor castle where they will take tea with the queen. her ma gmajesty has met every sitting president during her reign except for one. max windsor is standing by for that one. it is quite extraordinary that she has met 12 u.s. presidents.
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>> yes, and before that when she was a princess as well. hoover as well, when he wasn't president. the point about the queen for many around the world is that she is the one that has been there and seen it over decades. where they have only been in power for a number of years. getting that photo with the queen is really part of your career as a head of state these days. you want that photo, you want it on the mantle, and president biden will have that today. the guard of honor, and they will go in the skathle and have tea. we will never hear anything about that conversation because they are traditionally very private affairs. he just revealed they discussed brexit. but this looks loot the last trumpism. >> this special relationship, or
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a dozen special relationships. >> ladies and gentlemen, to her majesty, the queen. >> the queen will have met every sitting president in her 69 year reign except for lyndon b. johnson. >> queen elizabeth and prince phillip were welcomed to the white house. >> starting with dwight eisenhower and most recently donald trump, the share of change and the conversations invariably remain private. >> people really do respect that this is a genuinely private and off the record meeting. so they can really talk about things. >> did she let it slip to you in any way? >> of course not. >> known for their shared love
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of horses, she took president reagan horse back riding at windsor. the queen came to her first baseball game in 1991. reagan and bush were later giving honorary niknighthood's. opportunities to meet the monarch are dwindling. she no longer travels abroad. leaders are expected to come to her and when they do the royal family rolls out the red carpet. president george w. bush was the first u.s. president to pay an official state visit in 2003 and bush was also the last to host the queen at the white house in 2007. pomp and pagentry also reveal
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awkward conversations. his predecessor, president barack obama, committed a faux pas by speaking over the national anthem. now it's the turn of obama's vice president and current commander and chief. president bide listen be welcomed by a guard of honor before being welcomed in for tea. >> the future depends on the american people and the british people and what we understand about each other. joe biden is of a generation that that special relationship means something. >> to the continued friendship between our two nations and to the health, prosperity, and happiness of the people of the united states. >> the focus on the traditions
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and protocols of these events. the queen just wants the visitors to have a good time. they're not expected to bow. this is the third time that joe biden has met the queen. his mother, ahead of that meeting, said do not bow to the queen. there is a big debate. should he do as locals do, or not bow because he is on the same status level and he is not a british subject, either. >> i'm going to let them figure that one out. but good to see you, max, and it looks like you might need a hat or some sun block, sos very warm weather there in the u.k. right now. >> yes. >> enjoy the rest of your day. >> an exclusive report just ahead. tracking the forced deportation
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welcome back, a danish football star is recovering after a terrifying medical emergency. he collapsed after a match betwe between denmark and finland. the danish football association says that eriksen is still stable. one are port uyghur talks about how emotional the stadium was. >> i kept trying to look somewhere else. he was sitting on the other side and he could not be there,
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he just took a knee and waited for something good to happen. it was horrifying. >> up to two million uyghurs and other muslim minorities have been detained and continue to face what is being called a genocide. they say the camps are merely vocational training centers for combatting religious extremism. some wuyghurs have left, but thy say china tracked down hundreds of uyghurs across the globe. they are diving into deportations from the middle east, or portrayal by predominantly muslim countries. we're joined now live from istanbul on this extraordinary reporting that you and your team have done. >> you know a few months ago our team came across the case of a uyghur man who was detained in
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saudi arabia facing deportation back to china. and i must, you know, mention that he is still behind bars as we speak right now. we started looking into the issue and finding more and more cases of uyghurs saying they were forcibly returned to china. our reporting this week came up during a u.s. senate foreign relations sub committee hearing on the persecution of uyghurs where senater tim cane asked about what they should do after they were forcibly accused of returni returning uyghurs to china. they should allow them to have places they can safely apply for asylum. they say a week does not go by when they receive a phone call
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when uyghurs are facing deportation back to china. as we found in our report, robin, uyghurs feel their safe space is shrinking. >> this quiet protest is a race against time. fate hanging in the balance and a danger of death. they lost contact with their mother in china four years ago. if god forebid we lose our fathr as well it will kill us. >> their father was nabbed while on a pilgrimage. they ask them to send him back to turkey, not china.
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>> activists say at least five uyghurs have been deported from saudi arabia. we spoke to two of those families. this is one part of what appears to be a terrifying campaign by china. in the course of the investigation we found cases of uyghurs forcibly returned to china in egypt in violation with international law and where they may face what the u.s. has labelled a genocide. >> they did not respond to our request for comment. china is a major trade partner to these muslim majority countries that not only turned a blind eye, but their autocratic governments also voiced support for what china insists is a count counter terrorism campaign. a nightmare that followed them
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thousands of kilometers from their homeland. she tells them that daddy is away working. the last time she heard from her husband he was being detained in egypt on july 16th, 2017. >> he said you are my precious. i love you so much. and from that day i did not get any message. >> she was living her dream. they studied at university, got married, and started a family. they scrambled to get out of egypt. she flew to turkey with the boys
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and he tried to get a ferry out to jordan, but he was stopped. there was little she could do to try to find her husband. she wrote letters to u.n. agencies and governments but no one responded. his detention was never acknowledged. like others he just vanished without a trace. egyptian authorities rounded up dozens, possibly hundreds of uyghurs. more than 20 were forcibly returned to china. the chinese crack down on uyghurs expanded far beyond it's borders. >> a uyghur activist that says he has documented 28 deportations by the middle earn co eastern countries, but they don't know how many are behind bars or have been deported back
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a dubai police station. it was two weeks of held for his pregnant wife and son as he was moved between police stations and jails. >> i worry if i don't hurry my luz be husband will be deported. i feel helpless. there is no one that can help me. >> this is the document you got from court. >> she said no one would tell her what he was accused of, only that he was wanted by china. the document that she got from the dubai public prosecution confirms a chinese extradition a request and that they closed the case because they failed to provide the comments. but he was transferred to abu dhabi and then back to china.
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>> why won't china tell me. the most difficult question in my life and in my death. >> their 8-year-old is left with photos and patchy childhood memories. >> this is in dubai? >> we are making a castle but i cannot make a castle without my daddy. >> he says he is lucky. his little sister never met her father. like tens of thousands, the family found sanctuary in turkey, but uyghurs feel their safe space is shrinking with nowhere left to turn, she once asked for directions to the sea. i wanted to go inside of the sea because i don't know how to
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swim. >> she asks is this world just not big enough for uyghurs? >> and robin human rights watch says that in many cases it is impossible to find out what has happened to uyghurs who are forcibly returned to china. we reached out to the chinese government for comment. they department respond to our request for comment on our reporting, but as you know beijing repeatedly denied allegations of human rights abuses targeting uyghur, minority and accusations of jen si genocide. they're calling these claims of agai genocide outrageous. into a sourdough finisher. so when you learn your chronic dry eye is actually
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er. >> robin, i was following your conversation on the flight of uyghurs before the break and it was fascinating. china and forced labor it is
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absolutely something they put on the menu. i know you want to wrap your show but there is a last few pictures i wanted to show you. it was not all business and no play, down time has been built into the agenda and the schedules. so let me show you the pictures on saturday. they hosted a beachside barbecue. the leaders and their spouses smingled where the summit is being held and they got together to take that extended family photo which is always such a staple and then they were tried to a flyover. one of the reasons this matters, robin, is this is just informal shoulder rubbing, it can be and it has the potential for the grease and the oils of international diplomacy.
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