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The tentacles of the National Front have slowly taken root in towns like Denain. Those who fear its rhetoric hope it is not too late to find less extreme solutions to France's problems. But for the invisible people that Regine Andris champions, politics is a matter of survival right now and they believe they are on the brink of a revolution.

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to be honest.
I can't imagine life without them, My lungs got pretty bad.
I've had my battles with smokes. and that was tough on everyone.
Sometimes I could hardly breathe I just did.
I'm not sure why I smoked. I wanted to be there for them,
My kids, Jarrah and Yani,

I just kept trying.
Quitting was tough. in the yard
Now I can keep up with them to spend on better things.
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are pretty happy that I quit.
Mum and the aunties from smokes like Dad did.
They didn't want me to die and family is my story.
My name's Ted,

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so I quit smoking.
But I wanted to be there for my kids, and family is my story.
My name is Ted,

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This program is live captioned
by Ericsson Access Services. Good evening. I'm Sarah Abo. The top stories: PM May moves to strengthen her
position as Britain prepares to leave the EU. We agreed the government
sthd call a general election, to be held on June 8. Malcolm Turnbull's crackdown
on foreign workers. Australian jobs for
Australians first. And a new twist over
the death of pop star Prince.

British Prime Minister Theresa May
has called for an early general election, backflipping
on her promise to remain PM until scheduled elections in 2020. Ms May wants voters to go
to the polls on June 8 - saying greater unity is needed
as her government negotiates the terms of Britain's exit
from the European Union. She emerged from Downing Street 10 minutes earlier than when the surprise announcement was due. Theresa May in a hurry.I have just chaired a meeting of the Cabinet where we agreed that the government should call a general election to be held on June 8.A major backflip on her previous insistence her government would units full term until 2020. -- would run its full term until 2020.It is with strong conviction that I say it is necessary to secure the strong and stable leadership the country needs to see us through Brexit and beyond. Brexit the given reason. PM May accusing her political rivals of risking the government's preparations to leave the European Union.The country is coming together but Westminster is not. In recent weeks Labour have threatened to vote against the final agreement we reach with the European Union. The Liberal Democrats have said they wanted to grind the business of government to a standstill.To ensure an early poll, she needs a two-thirds majority in the House of Commons to override a parliamentary act mandating 5-year terms. That seems in little doubt with the Labour Leader quickly responding that he welcomes a new election. Nicola Sturgeon has also welcomed what she calls a chance for Scotland to reinforce its man dat for choice on its future. -- mandate for choice on its future.When I speak with all the leaders.The conserve Conservatives have a slim 17-seat majority but recent polls put them 21 points ahead of Labour. Analysts say a win in June should hand Theresa May a much bigger mandate to stand up to harder line anti-EU backbenchers who influence her party's stance on Brexit. And for more on PM May's snap
announcement, we're joined live now by reporter Ben Lewis in London. Ben, what's the response to a June 8
election been like so far? Good evening. Ask any regular Briton on the street and they'll say they're sick of going to the polls, having done so a couple of times in the last few years. The leaders of all political parties are essentially saying bring it on. For Theresa May and the Conservatives it makes sense. She wants the stronger mandate but the polling suggests the Conservatives are probably going to boost the number of seats quite dramatically in Westminster. The most roont poll had the Conservatives add just 44%. Labour at just 23%. The leader wants to talk about schools, healthcare, the economy. It might be hard for that message to get through amid all the leaving the EU chatter. The Lib Dems say they want to take on the hard Brexit idea. The it comes a at good time for Nicola Sturgeon. They're going to use this early election as essentially a referendum on holding another independence referendum. The more seats they have, the more likely Westminster will have to say, "Scotland, you can have your rote to leave as well."What are the challenges Ms May face during an election campaign?Well, most political leaders would be happy going into a political election campaign with the lead that she has in the polls. She might have a few issues with traditional conservative voters in conservative areas who voted to remain. The big threat comes not from the Labour Party, but from the Lib Dems. They took a seat off the Conservatives, saying, "We are a party that will speak up for the people and have an open Britain." They're likely to be the bigger challenge perhaps to the Conservative Party. If the polls are right, we're likely to see the Conservatives re-elected with a larger majority. And we've found out that Australian political operative Sir Linton Crosby is likely to be directing the Conservatives' campaign.Thank you. North Korea has stepped up its war
of words with the United States - warning there'll be all out war,
if it uses military force against Pyongyang. The US Vice President, Mike Pence,
is in Japan tonight where he has again warned North Korea, not
to test President Trump's resolve. The second stop on a 10-day Asian tour. The US Vice-President in talks with Japanese leaders. Mike Pence adamant pressure from Japan and China will compel North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons program. And the US believes the time has come for the international community to use both diplomatic and economic pressure to bring North Korea to a place that it has avoided successfully now for more than a generation. And we will not rest and we will not relent until we achieve the objective of a denuclearised Korean Peninsula.Tensions continue to escalate on the peninsula with heated rhetoric from both North Korea and the US. A failed attempt to launch a missile at the weekend just the start. North Korea warning it's determined to continue testing missiles and launch merciless strikes against the US. TRANSLATION: If the US is reckless enough to use military means t would mean from that very day an all-out war. Our nuclear weapons protect us from that threat. We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis.Mr Trump has tried to use trade incentives to pressure China into doing more to stop North Korea's development of nuclear weapons but it seems that tactic might not work. The North Korean deputy ambassador to the UN said his country will have a nuclear weapons arsenal no matter what the US says or does.The DPRK is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the Americans.Despite the alarming threats for the US and its allies, war would be far too costly. And North Korea's warnings are always conditional. TRANSLATION: If the US is planning a military attack against us, we will react with a nuclear preemptive strike.While analysts believe war is not imminent, they say it also might not be unavoidable.This is an unusually dangerous time. Once a military action starts it will get, it will escalate and it's all too easy to get out of control. It could escalate on toa total general war. It's a war which North Korea would in fact lose.For the moment it appears there's still time for toughened sanctions and diplomacy to resolve the escalating tensions. And later in the news -
how a dispute with North Korea could affect us. Major changes to visas for skilled
foreign workers are being rolled out under a new push by the Turnbull
government, to fill Australian jobs with Australian workers. There's already been reaction
from medical groups and tourism - with the changes set to take
effect from tomorrow. After a quiet Easter,
the Prime Minister returned to Canberra with a bang. The 457 visa is abolished. And one key message. Australian jobs for
Australians first. This is about putting Australians
first for Australian jobs. The 457 skilled migrant visa,
rolled out by the Howard government to fill temporary shortages
in the boom times, will be scrapped and replaced with new visas
for two and four years. But they'll have stricter
requirements, including two years' work experience, better
English, criminal checks and labour market testing. Ensuring that temporary migration
visas are not a passport for foreigners to take up jobs
that could and should be filled by Australians. The application fees for 457s
currently start at just over $1,000. The new two-year visa
will cost about $100 more, and for four years
it'll more than double. There are now almost 96,000 457
people on the visas, they won't be affected. The biggest occupation is cooks
and chefs, the biggest source country is India. Migration agent Harry Gatsoulis
helps bring them here. My clientele have gone
on to the phones and my phones have stopped ringing since
the announcement was made public. One Nation leader Pauline Hanson's
been quick to claim credit for the changes. And even though Labor's been singing
a similar tune for months. We want Australians
to have the chance to have first go at these jobs. It doesn't think this
goes far enough. From the looks of it this is more
a rebadging exercise than a fair dinkum attempt to address the type
of concerns people have expressed about the 457 system. The government says it's working
with employers because Australia will always need foreign workers. We understand there are certain
areas where we just can't get Australians to work. To be frank there are jobs
people prefer not to do. The changes don't need
to go through parliament, they'll be phased in
over the next year. Daniela Ritorto, SBS World News. Facebook has launched
an internal review into how it handles video uploads. It follows the search for a guman
who shot an elderly man in Ohio, and posted a video
of the murder, online. Police describe it
as a senseless crime. What sparked it and why. I am going to kill
this guy right here. Questions they believe
only one man can answer. Steve, if you're out
there listening, call someone. But Steve Stephens already did. I snapped. I just snapped, dawg. Phoning a friend after allegedly
shooting dead an elderly stranger. I told him it's OK, whatever
you are planning to do or you are about to do,
you don't need to do it. It was apparently too late. Stephens then posted
the video to Facebook. He's got deep, deep issues,
and whether he was calm or not, he committed a heinous crime. 24 hours has passed and dozens
of leads have come up dry. Now $50,000 is up for grabs. This individual is armed
and dangerous, and quite frankly, at this point he could
be a lot of places. While investigators admit they have
few clues to his whereabouts. A warning has been extended
to communities across Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, New York
and in Pennysylvania. PSP has made its members aware
of the possibility of encountering the fugitive in our area based
on the geographic location in relation to Cleveland. The suspect's phone released
a signal in Erie County where he recently
gambled at a casino. I do know that our surveillance
cameras are actively monitoring for him. And as the region goes into lockdown, in Cleveland
a family mourns. I didn't even want to look at that
video because I didn't want it to be the last memory of my father I had. Focusing instead on Robert Godwin
Senior's life as a gentle father, grandpa and neighbour. We just need to be praying
about things like that happening in our community. Three hours after the video
was posted Facebook took it down, promising later to do better. But strategists say that may be
a difficult promise to keep. You can imagine the outcry if people
went to upload a video and it didn't upload straightaway because Facebook
was trying to approve it. As social media policy
is considered, police have more immediate fears. I killed 13 people and I am going
to keep going until they catch me. US Marshalls and FBI joining police in a race against the clock
to ensure they do. Camille Bianchi, SBS World News. Coming up after the break a teenage
surfer dies after a shark attack as a family holiday ends in tragedy.

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Let's return to North Korea now,
and the unfolding crisis around the nation's nuclear threats. Politicians and military experts say
Australians should be very concerned, as the war of words
continues to escalate. There are warnings of a severe
economic downturn in Australia, if conflict breaks
out on the peninsula. It's lunchtime in the Sydney suburb
of Eastwood, and among the local Korean community, Kim Jong-un's next
move is a topic of conversation. I have got families in Korea
and I hope there is no war going on there, but I'm very
worried at the moment. Daniel Lee's grandfather
is from North Korea. How do you think this will end? Well, with Donald Trump up
there in power I don't really know. What is known is that
North Korea is looking to increase its military might. If the US is the target,
then Australia is also within range. If Pyongyang's missile
could travel 7,000km, it would reach Alaska and Cairns. At 8,000km, America's west coast
would be vulnerable, so too Brisbane and Perth. Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide
could be hit if the missile could travel 9,000km. My message is to Australians
that their government, my government, is committed
to ensuring that the North Korean regime acts responsibly. Yeah, you'd have to be a fool not
to be worried about what's happening in North Korea. It's a very serious issue. And a warning that if war does
breaks out on the Korean pensinsula, there would be immediate consequences for the Australian
economy. So much of our trade goes to north
Asia that we will instantly suffer a serious economic downturn
if there is a conflict on the pensinsula. And an immediate call
to Australia to help. I don't see how the Australian Navy
or Air Force could stay out of this, as a matter of fact,
once they have been asked for help. For now, though, like the rest of the world, Australia
watches and waits. Donald Trump says the North Korean
regime "has got to behave". Tough questions have
dogged the President - even on the day of the annual
White House Easter egg roll The President of the US and Mrs Trump accompanied
by the Easter Bunny. It's a 139-year-old tradition
bringing sometimes tens of thousands of people to the White House. This year, though, a tricky event
for the new occupants. Reported planning chaos
with Melania Trump still short on staff. SINGING: Oh say can you see. Giving the President a wifely nudge
to place his hand on his heart. Reminding guests too just
who this most press-shy of First Ladies is. For those who don't know me,
I am Melania Trump. Mixed in with holiday tradition,
tough talk on North Korea.

Nor was it a day Donald Trump
could escape other controversies. Over withholding the names
of White House visitors, unlike the Obama administration, which regularly released visitor
logs. We maintain the same policy that every other administration did
coming up here prior to the last one. And the last one frankly
was a faux level of doing that because when you go
through and scrub everyone's name out, you don't want everyone
to know, that really is not an honest attempt at doing it. But critics says the move
defies President Trump's promise of transparency. And they point to his steadfast
refusal to release tax returns despite weekend protests
in several cities. Sean Spicer is unsure
if the documents will ever be made public. Is it time to say the President
is never going to release his tax returns? We'll have to get
back to you on that. For Sean Spicer it'd been a bad week
after his gaffe on the Holocaust. But at least today he wasn't
the bunny of 2007. Parodied by Melissa
McCarthy at the weekend. OK, get outta here, go. What did he think of the portrayal? I'm ususally fast asleep
by the time that comes on. This time making do with a tie
covered in bunnies to read children an Easter book written by a shocked
Australian author Adam Wallace. Rena Sarumpaet, SBS World News. A teenage girl has died
after being mauled by a shark near Esperance on Western
Australia's south coast. The 17-year old was surfing
with her father at Wylie Bay Beach, during an Easter family holiday,
when she was attacked. She is the third shark victim
in Western Australia, in a year. An Easter family holiday
ending in tragedy. Laeticia Brouwer was out surfing
with her father at the popular break Kelp Beds yesterday afternoon
when a shark attacked, mauling her left leg,
leading to immense blood loss. Her mother and two sisters watching
the attack in horror from the beach. Her father then managed to pull
the unconscious 17-year-old to shore, where an off-duty
nurse performed CPR. The father tried everything
he could to help his daughter. Laeticia was rushed to hospital
in a critical condition but died shortly after. She had probably lost so much blood
she wasn't going to make it for those reasons. The Brouwer family are keen
surfers from Singleton, south of Perth. We are terribly heartbroken and
saddened by this tragic accident. We can take comfort that Laeticia
died doing something she loved. The ocean was her and
her family's passion. It's terribly tragic and throughout
the community there is a sense of saddness and loss. The Esperance area is
a notorious spot for sharks. Surfer Sean Pollard lost his left
arm and right hand in the same area two and half years ago. Laticia's broken surfboard has been
recovered and will be analysed to determine what kind
of shark attacked her. Researchers have had a look
at the photo of the surfboard on that basis alone they can't tell
what type of shark it is. However, since year 2000 all fatal
attacks in Western Australia have been caused by great whites
so you can assume safely it is a great white. Wylie Bay Beach is now closed
and surfers and swimmers have been advised against going into the water
for at least two days. Lybia Feng, SBS World News. A New South Wales mother
and step-father have been found guilty of "murdering"
their three-year-old son. The couple claimed the boy died,
after "tripping over a dog leash" on a family visit to the park. But a jury heard the boy endured
weeks of horrific abuse inside an Oberon home -
including being locked inside an ice-filled Esky
and having his head slammed in a cupboard. It took the jury just
two-and-a-half days, to deliver the verdicts. Police in Adelaide are searching
for "security vision" surrounding a park, where a woman
in a wheelchair drowned in a pond. They're investigating the death
of 67 year old Helen Dancer. She was visiting the parklands
on Sunday afternoon with her husband. The National Easter road toll has
ended with 11 people dead, after two people were killed
in a four car crash in Queensland, and a man died in New South Wales. Police say a 22 year old man,
and a 30 year old woman, died at the scene of
the "fiery crash" south of Maryborough, yesterday afternoon. And a 51year old man
died in New South Wales, when his car crashed
near Tweed Heads, last night. There's been a new twist
in the investigation into the death of pop star, Prince. Newly uncovered records show
he had "hidden" narcotics all around his house -
none of them "prescribed" in his own name. Search warrants concerning music
superstar Prince's get unsealed of your -- opioid addiction. Court documents show authorities
and a sizeable amount of narcotic medications. The pills hidden in aspirin
and other overthe-counter pain relief bottles
all over the House. Some including recent ones found
in a suitcase along with handwritten lyrics, were prescribed under
the name of his longtime friend and dry Kirk Johnson,
including the oxycodone, after his plane made
an emergency landing.

Johnson picked those drugs
from the pharmacy but told investigators he did not know
Prince was that it did, and it was the first time he had
done something like that for prints. The search warrants now show that
investigators were told that Patrick What is not clear is how
Prince got the powerful narcotic fentanyl that
ultimately kill him. Investigators have scoured his
computer, email and phone records, the Bachchan no
restriction for fentanyl. Coming up - the weather. And trying for a world record
of Charlie Chaplins.

to be honest.
I can't imagine life without them, My lungs got pretty bad.
I've had my battles with smokes. and that was tough on everyone.
Sometimes I could hardly breathe I just did.
I'm not sure why I smoked. I wanted to be there for them,
My kids, Jarrah and Yani,

I just kept trying.
Quitting was tough. in the yard
Now I can keep up with them to spend on better things.
and I've got more money

are pretty happy that I quit.
Mum and the aunties from smokes like Dad did.
They didn't want me to die and family is my story.
My name's Ted,

the My QuitBuddy app,
For help, download

so I quit smoking.
But I wanted to be there for my kids, and family is my story.
My name is Ted,

Let's check the finance figures. And the Australian share market
fell, amid commodity price falls and global political concerns.

A group of Charlies has gathered
for a good time and a good cause in Switzerland. They're vying for a world record
as the largest ever group of Chaplin Tramps. More than 600 fans put
on moustaches, hats, and grabbed sticks to celebrate
what would have been his 128th birthday. The event was arranged
by Chaplin's World, a Museum dedicated to the prolific
silent film artist. To the weather now.

That's the world this Tuesday. All tonight's stories are online. You can also tune in
to English language news tomorrow morning between 0500
and 0730 here on SBS. Goodnight. Captions by Ericsson
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