tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle September 20, 2018 7:00am-7:02am CEST
world peace with a reminder my next we have to comprehend when peace has taken our search today there is a new arms race. the hour of time gorbachev and the opportunity for peace wasting starts october third on t w. british prime minister theresa may has called on the e.u. to drop what she called unacceptable breaks the demands but after a dinner at the start of their summit in salzburg austria other leaders said there was no progress on the issue the twenty seven remaining you countries are to discuss their brakes at position later today. police in western germany have stopped evicting activists from an old growth woods after a journalist fell from a tree top campsite and died authorities say no police operations were taking place
at the time the activists want to prevent the humbug forest from being cleared to make way for an open pit coal mine. a new report says more than five million children are risk of famine and war torn yemen the charity save the children says renewed fighting in data could disrupt supplies and cause starvation on an unprecedented scale the port city is the main artery for receiving humanitarian aid. the u.n. says the cultivation of coca the raw material for cocaine has a new record in colombia last year total acres for the crop grew by seventeen percent over two thousand and sixteen officials say many farmers plant coca so they can later apply for payments to stop growing in.
the u.s. and china have hit each other with billions of dollars in tariffs but as the increasingly bitter dispute heats up some say washington is actually shooting itself in the foot. when it comes to e.u. africa trade kenyan farmers face high hurdles if they want to export products to europe. and we take you on a whistle stop ride to be in the trans trade exhibition in berlin to show you the future of rail travel. it's time for business on the w. i'm sure you know it's good to have you with us by monday next week over two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of products from china will be more expensive in the u.s. the trump administration wants to use tariffs to pressure beijing to negotiate new deals with.