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>> Thanks very much for joining us. The top U.S. Envoy for
North Korea, Christopher Hill, says experts from china, Russia
and the united states have all accepted an invitation from North
Korea to go there this month to study hownuled. President bush
has said a new security arrangement can be achieved on the
peninsula when North Korea scraps its weapons programme. Mr.
Bush was speaking in Sydney. He's attending the APEC summit. He
also made a call for the strengthening of democracy across the
continent. I asked our correspondent in Sydney, Nick Bryant,
whether the invitation from North Korea is being seen by
Christopher Hill as a significant one.
>> Yeah, he says it's a very significant step. The foal is
the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. What he's
announced in the past hour sore is nuclear experts from three
countries, china, russia and america, have been invited to North
Korea by Pyongyang to take a look at the nuclear facilities that
it plans to disable by the end of the year. He's saying that
visit will take place next weeK. The sooner the better, as he
put it, and they're hoped to have looked at all of North Korea's
nuclear facilities by the end of december. As i say, Christopher
Hill saying this is a very significant development as far as he
and the bush administration is concerned in their goal of
denuclear tiegz Korean peninsula.
>> Obviously that goal, nick, a long-term E. There will still
be some caution attached to this until it happens.
>> Yeah because as the americans and indeed the other members
of the talks have seen before, North Korea has been known to
renege on some of the deals that it has made. I mean, there were
promises to shut down its main nuclear plant earlier in the year
and then when the deadline came, they simply ignored it. So
pyongyang can't always be taken at face value, but Christopher
Hill did point out that this idea and this invitation had come
from the North Koreans. He's clearly taking it at face value and
he says that team of experts, not just from america but russia
and china, as well, will be heading to North Korea within the
next few days.
>> And in terms of the summitk, i welcome good news because
bush had been pretty critical even today about North Korea and
issues of democracy.
>> Yes, he had. He gave a keynote speech earlier on at the
Sydney opera house. He spoke about the need to boost democracy
across the asia pacific region. He had quite pointed words for
vladimir putin of russia and indeed president hu jintao of
china, saying they should adhere to democratic principles, but
his strongest condemnation was reserved for not just North Korea
but burma, as welL. That speech was intended to show that
washington is still very much engaged in the asia pacific region
but it's fought preoccupied with the problems of iraq. There was
one big problem, george bush spoke with the most passion during
that speech about iraq. It was definitely the sectionwh c APEC
forum the opec forum.
>> Slip of the talk there no doubt. The human cost of
hurricanes s of central america where more bodies have been
recovered along the coast. Nearly 100 people have thought to
have been killed by these storms. A similar number still
mintzing, though, andy gallagher has more.
>>Ixave subside, but as mak tragua war, the human cost of
this storm is emerginG.
>> Nobody can be prepared for a hurricane of ha magnitude,
even if it's in the centre of theashat.
>> Tens of thousands of people have been left homeless as aid
agencies struggle to teach affected areas and more than 100
people are still missing.Araguan soldiers distributed food to
remote villages where residents had been sure surviving on
nothing but coconuts.
>> ( Translated ): We're transporght rice, bean, milk, sugar
>> The authorities in both countries are coping with the
aftermath of a hurricane that hit land with winds of around
>> ( Translated ): I don't know where to get anything now.
I'm here with my family and i don't have anything.
>> In mexico, 5,000 people are still being housed in shelters
as more flood warnings have been put in place. A U.S. Warship
has been sent in nicaragua to help coordinate the relief effort,
and millions of dollars in aid has been promised to help rebuild
tin fracturesme miami.
>> A typhoon in japan has swept away an unknown number of
homeless people sleeping bay bank. Shea slept if shacks in
southern tokyo. One man was winched to safetY. Another w r this
typhoon hit the capital region before dawn. Heavy downpours and
very strong winds with it. Now, kate mccann, the mother of the
missing four-year-old madeleine mccann is to be declared a
suspect by the portuguese police the bbc has learned. The mccann
family spokeswoman reveals that mrs. Mccann will today be
declared an an arguida or formal suspect. We have live pictures
from outside the police state in port amaL. Under the arguida
position, kate mccann can remain silent if she chooses. This
case has become part of life for people living in the
to the extent it almost no longer affected them on daily basiS.
But they're out in their droves in what is seen as a veryatic
development.Te mccanN. 11 hours she spent with the police
yesterday being questioned. It's been made clear in the course
of this morning she will today be told she's been considered a
formal suspect or as we said arguida. This will be more
questioning for kate mccann. A number of very specific questions
the portuguese police have said they would like to put to her.
Her husband also gerry mccann is expecting questions, as welL.
So she's back in the police station for a further session of
questioning. That's kate mccann arriving in port amal. Let's
moving on now as pope benedict is on a three-day pilgrimage to
awe trea were the roman catholic church has lost something like
one-third of its members. After an opening ceremony in vienna's
main square, the pope will join the city's chief rabbi for the
silent tribute for the 65,000 austrian jews who perished in nazi
death camps. David willey is on line now track pope benedict. In
terms of numbers of catholics, it's an uphill task for the pope.
I don't suppose he's seeing it particularly as a sales pitch.
>> The pope is very conscious of the growing secularization
of europe, and he's very worried about iT. But really there's
nothing much he can do. This visit he was telling us on the
plane coming from rome is in his eyes mainly a pilgrimagE. He
said he hopes that will create a sense of greater unity among
the peoples of central europe. He was asked also about recent
scandals which have affected the catholic church in austria, but
he admitted these are what he called difficult times. He thanked
all those that remain faithful to the church. The fact is there
has been a terrific falling away of catholics in this country.
It's still going on. The church here takes some comfort that
fewer catholics defected last year than in previous years. But
that's pretty scant comfort when you consider that this used to
be one of the great catholic centres of europe.
>> He's there for three day, david. What else is he going to
>> Well, he's going to a shrine southwest of vienna where
they're celebrating the 850th anniversary of this particular
shrine, which is dedicated to the virgin mary. I think the pope
will have an uphill task here. The visit has aroused great
interest. The church, the local church is putting on a big
publicity shoW. They've got posters. They've got flyerS. They're
bussing people around so that the pope feels he has good
congregations at his rather limited number of engagements, but
the fact remains that this, like other countries in europe, is
becoming more and more secular all the time. The only thing that
united states catholics i would say here is a fear of islam.
That is palpable, but to say that there's going to be any big
renaissance in the catholic church as a result of the pope's
visit seems to me wishful thinking.
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