Transcript for Across the Pond: North Korea tests new weapon
Thus go across the pond out ABC news London bureau were Bruno rover is keeping an eye on the biggest international news good morning to our friend Bruno. Ops so what North Korea's reported test of a new tactical guided weapon. What does this mean for denuclearization talks. Well on the face of it actually nothing this is a strategic. Known CG tactical weapon for use in the battle failed. The Arenas so it's not seen as a contravention all of the ban on meat into long range missiles however. It is being perceived as a signal by the North Korean regime that day on not happy with the stole talks. About trying to sit and possibly put pressure on the years to come up with a excess will times Kim Jong-Il has said last week of that the Americans have only until the end of the year to come up with. What he would sets time acceptable. Conditions for the tolls to continue and indeed an agreement so it's it's it's should be seen in that context it's also the North Korea has also took. So to show its own people that it still being a developing as defensive as its size capabilities but in and that we haven't even seen whether or not the test is in fact happened. Said the White House is playing down significance of this and sign it doesn't have to did you inflict implications that this time. All right bring out and London you've had some issues of protesters blocking some main roads. More than 400 arrests over the past four days what are these protests all about. Violates it that disagree court extinction rebellion he say that we're on the verge of a kind of extinction level event. As a result of climate change and they've been holding now the full staff I have protests across Central London which are really paralyzed the center of the city they've blocked bridges. They brought make injunctions that he can glue themselves to the top of can be to tries hole in a coordinated. Series of protest designed to disrupt the capital. To try and bring to the public's attention. They'd necessity for zero emissions as they wanted they hope to have by 2025. S and sixty is time. And they say this is at the situation is cited desperate that this is what they gonna have to do but I have to say. It's been invite disruptive and it seems based on the opinion polls that have come out that'd and it alienated more people than it is actually brought to that side. Because. At the disruption caused. And Hussein's Craig you see those images there are our things are from Brno rover there across the farm ponds and I thank you appreciate it.
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