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person if anyone can get through to Donald Trump it may be Pope Francis but I think only time will tell in terms of their the policy agenda of the president weather and I've just been A Meeting of Minds with the Pope one thing we can be sure of Pope Francis is someone who certainly speaks his mind with politicians they would have been no holding back I think the gesture of presenting president trump wears a document about the importance of climate change crisis facing humanity of Christ as a witch the president is wealth to say the least sceptical about I think that's a powerful gesture of where the Pope was coming from Michael lindast talk for a minute about the Pope's visit to Ireland I have plans for that progressing well it's a little over a year now he's expected in the latter part of August for the world leading a family so I think what's going on at the moment as the organisers of trying to Energise people around parishes are trying.
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Mexico holidays and terms server migration I feel you've been publicly critical in the past so he said head of the meeting he wanted to try to find common ground to talk about communication find common ground where I can communicate was interesting it's sad that they hoped to work together in the future no that's a little bit less optimistic than other Vatican communicasia I'm normally this is a plant to work together in the future so um whether or not they find match.com and go and I think remains to be seen one of things I thought was interesting was President trump was leaving he class the Pope's hand deleted it I promise I listen to what you said so I think the pub probably work very very earnestly to try to get across some of his concerns to president trump and the Pope is an important moraleda particularly Pope Francis who speaks too many people behind religious faith I think he may be.
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the communication particular in the theory of an alternative facts fake news we really need Trust because when you turn on a Twitter when you turn on Facebook a lot of what's been put into your timeline it's been put there by very complicated algorithm that were clean not quite sure whether that's true colour not whether a what were receiving has a particular plant self trust is evaporating a no Society can exist without trust you mention to Pope Francis Michael and you're the closest thing we have to a fly on the wall when it comes to discussing house the Pope communicated with a president trump and and he was Pope so how did that go what what what how do you say that when do they really communicate well I heard of the media it was interesting because Frances has been very vocal a critical Arthur president trump some of the policies and terms of their the wall.
BBC Radio Ulster
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the mantra learnt all courses on good practice in every business from politics to the home but communication between people who have major differences of opinion is difficult to say the least who would not of wanted to be a fly on the wall when Pope Francis Made president trump on this world communications day we joined by Michael Kelly editor of the Irish Catholic good morning Michael how are you explain to me what world communications day is exactly because I have to confess Michael I haven't heard about your dog to last week well you know Rodger little bit of great linking in a sense because Peter talking about Martin Luther and the Reformation ever since the Reformation the Catholic church has tried to forget come up the data or has struggled to come to terms with the fact that people can get the information in different ways the Bible started to appear in vernacular language.
BBC Radio 4
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cancel groups now cleaning or allegiance to Isis in carrying out a tax and their names um what we know for sure is that foreigners have been training um we've come out with story set of showing that the Direct link between Isis in Syria there's a Filipino last July and July 2016 a Filipino name Kieran actually went and an Isis video asking southeast Asians to come to the Philippines for Jihad just very briefly I mean it to what extent is President duterte just using this to to extend his his stay strong.
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Manila I just bring it up to date on the on the latest on the ground and mindanao Maria well you've had a visit from president duterte to nearby Reagan city where thousands are president of Malawi has led to other soldiers are trying to secure murali itself but our defence chief in the Philippines expect it to go to up to a week he says it'll take at least two two days to a week to be able to secure the area and martial law in mindanao has been declared um and you still have sporadic fighting.
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soldiers exchange done fire with the militant and the president Edith was a monks of thousands fleeing violence we are leaving there a lot of Isis militants outsider homes we can no longer take it and we need to save our children early this week president of Rodrigo duterte to impose martial law on the island slip speak to Maria ressa now who is the director of the news website rappler based in.
BBC Radio 4
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Philip Green energy in the United States you can create jobs in this is they know this is a good riff that president trump likes and the question remains to be seen when is acceptable but it's certainly true that the most of what president trump will make a decision on will be to do with what's best for the United States and in that context what what what are we to make of the conversations on international trade which were told by robust all the discussions were robust will we know that the communication the summit when it eventually comes out is unlikely to say anything about resisting further protectionism that's of language which normally.
BBC Radio 4
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immediately other issues were harder to get an agreement on the president Trump is known to be considering withdrawing from the Paris agreement on climate change much to European consternation German Chancellor Angela Merkel describe the climate talks today as controversial because I'm on chemo short Harvey are missing for anything starting from Ely Cardiff regarding climate change protection we spoke with United States and major arguments clear that we are in favour of the United States continuing to back the climate agreement we presented many arguments by myself.
BBC Radio 4
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the problem if you have the Islamic state group actively wanting to divide the country through continuously targeting Christians and yes it does feel is oh one of the reasons why they do it is because Christian leaders are giving their support to the president absolutely no Chris's leaders have not been very balanced in housing supported the regime Dave supporters regime crimes and made up excuses and Dave denounce human rights on occasion or in favour of the regime and so they obviously very strong Allies the reason is that there.
BBC Radio 4
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punished even the police's sectarian and so when you encourage that culture you encourage stools perpetrators so I would say that the the prison world of country interiors in Bethlehem creating more recruits for risers and extremists are so that they can target who they believe to be their enemies and their anak revenge whether it's the military or the Coptic leadership and has the Coptic people who support the ridge in Blindley what are we to make of the fact that president Sisi can count on Christian leaders among his most staunchest of allies is that pass.
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three or four hours later some of the people here blame the government for not doing enough to protect question Sally Nabil reporting well tonight Egypt Air Force has been in action in Libya targeting jihadist training camps in the east of the country Egypt president Sisi said he strikes where in retaliation for the attack on the bus and that those behind the shootings had been trained in the camp near the Eastern Libyan port of Dennis the attack comes days after the Egyptian government extended its Crackdown on the media block.
BBC Radio 4
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was ambushed by masked gunman many of those killed with children shot at point Blank range footage of the aftermath of the incident show the bus riddled with bullets no one has accepted responsibility for the attack but it has been the Islamic state group that targeted coptic Christians in previous assault pops make up around 10% of Egypt more than 90 million population and have for some time felt but not enough was being done to protect them after April's attacks president Sisi declared a state of emergency and trauma small protection for Christians security forces were unable.
BBC Radio 4
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by several attackers who escaped across the Sands in 3 off-road vehicles relatives of the Dead told the BBC the authorities should do more to protect Egypt beleaguered Christian minority after twin church bombings last month president Abdel fattah al-sisi announced a Nationwide state of emergency and stepped up security of churches with many coptic Christians say there is more lip service and proper protection that has been no statement of responsibility for the latest bloodshed but it bears the hallmarks of the so-called Islamic state which has closed.
BBC Radio London
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the president trump come to the table thank you very much and we will still looking forward to state visits at which is imminent isn't it thank you so much for Torquay to supremacy we'll talk again hopefully Natasha that would fit better quality next time I was I'll have to show you out of the way that a joke because I would never stop please nobody told me and tell me Eddie get Eddie said he was in the shop this week no no it isn't too much ok sorry that I said thank you and digital Westminster corresponded that the yet sun am some responses coming in that doughnut Hamish is a former metropolitan police inspector is not a doughnut Alex and please do not talk about my guests like that thank you and the doughnut hey mate should go until the families that lost young kids to move on like.
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cause and effect the depending on the colour of your skin you will never really be seen and accepted by some other or one that truly belong to my heart weeps all those two trustees at attending a Carnival Parade and being driven out by a van laying on a beach with all of your here far away and I'm mad gunman wreaks havoc too many thank you very much roof up for your kind comments if it is been one of those weeks and I've had a few of those that way but let's keep it let's keep it real just like you said it will did you see the video Google if you can I'm not sure what you put in a Porsche by president trump or something like that at the USC president Donald Trump is that meeting leaders of the worlds are there major economies you know we had this conversation that we're Theresa May about how information that we share.
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following what's been described as an extensive search 3 coastguard rescue teams to Prestwick helicopter and 3 RNLI lifeboat crews were involved air accidents Investigation Branch is also looking into the incident the former US President Barack Obama who's on his first visit to Scotland that played a round of golf at St Andrews ahead of his address to business leaders in Edinburgh this evening event has been organised by The Hunter Foundation set up by the philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter put your whole thing for tonight is a message of hope and inspiration of the world's greatest people that are also going to raise money for a 307 Scottish children's charities tonight notice board used on Burns.
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Intel e c McCarthy Jeremy Corbyn told supporters the war on terror was not working he pledged a Labour government would adopt a different approach putting more police on the streets here and attempting to reduce conflict overseas telling directly to the UK's armed forces he said they would be deployed abroad only when there was a clear need and a plan to secure an outcome that deliver lasting peace for the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said now is not the time to do anything to subtract from the fundamental responsibility of those who committed these atrocities and it was absolutely monstrous that anyone should seek to do so a spokesman for Theresa May has said president trump has reaffirmed his commitment to conclude a trade deal with Britain after me to European Union Mr trump and this is me.
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Mr White having reputable advisors I need the Knights of David would have sold the club no matter what Craig Whyte denies helping thunder deals with a loan from the Firm tickets against three years of Rangers season ticket sales the trial continues former US President Barack Obama has visited the home of golf on his first visit to Scotland he arrived in Edinburgh by private shared this morning I'm headed straight to St Andrews to play the old Course will be in Edinburgh this evening where he's been invited to address of philanthropy and business leaders on path of the hunter foundation and that's BBC Radio Scotland news and he's been enjoying fantastic weather too but isn't it take a turn for the worse bit of lunch before we get to that how hot has it been today going to take a guess we'll all get the wrong I said look at sleep again.
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knives but it's not ok to intervene when they're getting the kids this is foreign policy is it when I don't know I don't you tell me what I'm saying that you can't drink if you just say so we don't you call you can't have a policy which is to intervene or not to intervene surely if you are and I at work Chancellor and Prime Minister or president and Prime Minister or whatever it was we would have to look at each and every situation on the merits of what was presented to watts and then make a decision but if it is that we are going to just go along with the Americans we're gonna do this because we need to look strong than that can't be the motivation in taking action and if we don't you probably with this no but I was.
BBC Radio Scotland
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BBC Radio Scotland
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did stores in Aberdeen and Dundee over the next 10 weeks customers who don't bring their own shopping bags full only be able to advise so cold at bags for life which caused it or ten pence is a trial by the supermarket chain to try and cut the issue of single use bags and reduce waste calendar item is a marine conservation Society of Scotland programme manager before paying Close attention to the trial we will come almost to produce plastic bag use a waist and future that list it list trial all have to be done very careful because what you'll need to test as part of the trial is and how often do heavier duty plastic carrier bags are reused funny you next President Barack Obama has visited the home of golf on his first visit to Scotland arrived in Edinburgh by private jet this morning then headed.
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so we went into extra time and we eventually not thanks to me cuz I heard in a bad golden but we wasn't even going to mention that I am I go to my grave played with everybody remembering that nothing else how they remember all the good times Tony cascarino motorbike Antonio Conte this season in Chelsea open Britain have an early and the players seem to enjoy the digital transformation from last year evolution never smile on your face even even Diego Costa sometimes that's fine I think one of the things that are pink of stuck up for me is the amount of players that you've managed to get a lot from this season the president quite play well we all know the Azores in the costas but even going to message.
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nutrition and money laundering please say it's part of an investigation into an organised crime gang with eastern European lynx campaign group says that 77001 in Northern Ireland have not been properly informed that they will have to wait an extra six years before they get their state pension the organisation is too low the Emily's later at the city hall in Belfast all my grades from women against state pension inequality in Manchester £48,000 and that's an awful lot of an expected retirement income to lose a lot of women may be too early redundancy at 58 thinking that they were getting a pension at 60 and then they discover that has got another 6 years to wait us media are reporting that president trump son-in-law of the senior White House advisor Jared kushner is under scrutiny.