Across the Pond: Unrest in Haiti, climate strike, royal Valentine's Day

U.S. pulls non-emergency personnel from Haiti, Princes Harry and William spend Valentine's day solo and more.
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Transcript for Across the Pond: Unrest in Haiti, climate strike, royal Valentine's Day
And let's go across the personality he loses London bureau or David Wright is keeping an eye on the biggest international news. David good morning house London. I Jeannette high GO London is gorgeous today found fifty degrees out really sonic boom a rarity. But there we're gonna start today in Haiti where the the heat is rising for the president juvenile mowing C. There's pressure for him to resign but he is refusing to do so. Protesters for the past week have taken to the streets in Puerto press and other cities they're calling for him to resign. Tourists have been trapped in their hotels. It all started with a court report alleging widespread government corruption. Morrissey refusing to step down for now he's going for talks with the opposition no progress on that yet but he says he won't leave the country quote. In the hands of armed gangs and drug traffickers. Turning now to climate change another big protest that's taking place. This one led by school children started by a sixteen year old Norwegian school girl Greta to Hamburg. It's now spread to Australia and across the US on Friday school kids are walking out. A trying to call attention to a world leadership that they say is. Acting like spoiled children when it comes to the rising. Oceans and then climate change. In next month march 15. They're hoping for the biggest one yet a 150 cities worldwide. Including many over the US so around the world we are seeing kids. Our young people continuing to elevate bear voices and speak up about issues that are important to them absolutely good for them. And David you've also have some all royal Valentine's. News talk about all the MBG indeed and sometimes you know the fairy tale isn't quite what it's cracked up to bill you have the prince and princess happily ever after in the castle. Not so much this year. Food for Prince Harry the newly wed prince duty called he was often Norway at an Arctic. Military installation. Where they've built an igloo they brought him inside this igloo and they've built a little shrine there further thought nice royal wedding. It was a nod to his nuptials his bride back home here in London she has blog in the past. About how much he likes Valentine's Day. His brother may not much more romantic he was in bet on Valentine's Day. At the barbershop talking to barbour's about depression. It's actually part of an initiative that he started to. To raise awareness of mental health calling on barbers to create basically become medical professionals and intervene on behalf of men that when I wanna talk about their feelings. But still princess Kate we're told spent Valentine's Day. With her forever Valentine her little boy tall. Well you know it's not your typical Valentine's date but still both of them were doing. Very important things so that's the fairy tale to fairy tales different new car right yeah yeah absolutely. All right David did hey and send that British heat wave when he got back I know is Olympia cookbook. Drive. Thank you David.

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