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Sir Mo Farah has been celebrating his victory in last

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night's 10,000 metres at the World Championships,

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describing it as a beautiful night as well as one of the toughest races

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The 34 year old, who's set to retire at the end of the season,

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suffered a leg injury after almost falling during the race.

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He says he is determined to defend his 5,000 metres

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Here's our sports correspondent Andy Swiss.

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His report contains some flash photography.

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The morning after the unforgettable night before. The fans flocked

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knowing day two has the toughest act to follow. The sight of Mo Farah on

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top of a podium has become a gloriously familiar one. But even by

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his head aye standards, last night was something special. His rivals

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threw everything at him. Twice he was tripped on the final lap. But

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with an entire stadium, including his family roaring him home, the

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result was breath-takingly brilliant. Trying to chase it. It's

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not over yet. Mo Farah is going to win it. He's going to take another

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world title. He's a one-man world super power. It's gold for Farah. An

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incredible six world titles and a lap of honour with his wife and

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children. This morning, he said that made it particularly emotional. For

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me, I just wanted to go and celebrate with them because I guess

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when the track is finished, this is it, I'll never come to another track

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really. It was beautiful to be able to enjoy time with my family and

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walk around the track, they were all loving it. It was beautiful. I

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really enjoyed it. It's about believing in yourself. If you

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believe in something, you can do it. One of Britain's greatest female

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athletes believes last night was Farah's crowning achievement. It

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makes it special and unique that his first double victory came in this

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stadium in 2012. How much he's grown and that aura of him over the two

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distances has grown at Championships and to culminate here, he'll be

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walking away thinking, am I doing the right thing walking away from

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the track. This evening meanwhile is all about another star taking his

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final bow. Usain Bolt described his 100 metres heat last night as very

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bad but he still run it. -- won it. The shake of the head said it all

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though. Bolt will be hoping to sign off in style. Bolt goes in the 100

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metres later on but will have to go some to match the extraordinary

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atmosphere here last night. It was such a gruelling race for Mo Farah.

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He picked up a few cuts and bruises. But the good news is, he says he

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should be fit to defend his 5,000 metres title here later next week.

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We have had more Britons here in action this morning, including

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson in the heptathlon. She made a good start in

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the hurdles, her second fastest time ever, and she's going nicely in the

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high jump as well. Sophie Hitchin is safely through to the final of the

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hammer, but later on it's all about the 100 #3450e9ers and Usain Bolt --

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100 metres. The final is at 9. 45. It could be another night to

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remember, Jane. The United Nations will vote today

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on a proposal to toughen economic A resolution drafted by the US

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in response to recent missile tests aims to cut North Korean exports

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of coal, iron, lead and seafood. If approved, this could

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deprive Pyongyang of more A British computer expert has

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appeared before a judge in Las Vegas, charged with creating

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software to steal bank details. Prosecutors said 23-year-old

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Marcus Hutchins had admitted writing and selling the malware code,

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but his lawyer said his client Marcus Hutchins appeared before US

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federal judge Nancy Koppe The prosecution said he admitted

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writing computer code designed to steal banking details and also

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claimed there was evidence that he discussed how to split

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the profits with an accomplice. But his lawyer says he denies

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all the charges against him. The family, I think,

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support and the friends' support and his co-workers and the community

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have been tremendously Indeed, many fellow cyber security

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experts regard Marcus Hutchins as a hero for stopping an attack

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which caused chaos for the NHS and spread to 150

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countries around the world. Mr Hutchins was in Las Vegas

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for a hackers conference and had been living it up,

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partying in a mansions, driving fast The FBI moved in at the airport as

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he was about to fly home to the UK. He is due in court in

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Wisconsin on Tuesday. Until then, the judge

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here ordered his release on bail, subject to conditions which include

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surrendering his passport Marcus Hutchins appeared in court

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in Las Vegas right at the end His lawyers had just a few minutes

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to scramble together his bail money, but by the time they had done so,

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the court had closed, which means we will have to spend

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the weekend in jail. Scientists have warned that extreme

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weather could kill 150,000 people in Europe each year by the end

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of this century. Their findings come as parts

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of Europe are in the grip Temperatures have soared

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into the high 40s in parts of Italy, Some regions are contending

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with drought and forest fires. From Sicily, Gavin Lee

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sent this report. This extreme heat is 10 degrees

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higher than is usually recorded in summer in the warmest parts

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of southern Europe. It is the fifth consecutive day that

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Sicily is experiencing temperatures of more than 40 Celsius,

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and people are generally heeding the government advice,

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which is to stay indoors in the afternoon because of the

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danger posed by the extreme heat. The picture's reflected in Sardinia

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and on the Italian mainland, too, Rome and Florence are stifling

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in the 40s and are dealing with the most severe

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drought in 60 years. Dozens of wildfires have broken

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out across the country. Hungary, Spain and the Balkans

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are also sweltering For tourists here in Sicily, it's

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about keeping cool and carrying on. Keeping our wits about us

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in terms of any alerts we need to be aware of,

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and local people here are very With many keeping indoors,

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there's not much daytime trade for businesses,

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cafes and restaurants, It's quiet, but I tell you,

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from eight, nine, ten o'clock, the people come out,

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take a drink, eat at a restaurant For those hoping for a break

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from Europe's heatwave, temperatures are expected to return to some

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normality late next week. This is something scientists predict

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we should get used to, though, suggesting global warming will lead

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to more of us being exposed to increased extreme weather

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patterns in the years to come. Now, President Trump may

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be heading to the golf course for a break,

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but the Russian President Vladimir Putin has chosen the

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more rugged outdoors. As part of a three-day

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trip to the Siberian wilderness, he's been fishing,

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swimming and hunting. And once again baring his

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chest for the cameras. With the sport, here's Tim Hague

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at the BBC Sport Centre. It's been another great session

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between England and South Africa on the second day of the final Test

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at Old Trafford. England resumed on 260-6,

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and they lost quick wickets this morning -

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Toby Roland-Jones, Moeen Ali He was on 33 not out overnight

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and was in brilliant form today. He got to 99 not out,

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batting with the tail, before becoming the first Englishman

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in 23 years to be out But local favourite Jimmy Anderson

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soon put the tourists on the back foot, getting Dean Elgar

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out lbw for a duck. So let's have a look

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at the scorecard. England adding 102 runs

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to their overnight total. Bairstow so unlucky not

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to get to his century. South Africa in reply

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are 12-1 at lunch, Celtic have started the defence of

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their Scottish Premiership title. It's coming up to half

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time in their match And the champions have picked up

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where they left off. Leigh Griffiths scored the opening

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goal when these two met He was quick to strike

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this time around though, putting Celtic ahead just

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before the half-hour mark. Alistair Brownlee has ruled

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himself out of the rest The double Olympic gold medallist

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is having surgery to sort Brownlee says he hopes

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the surgery will allow him The Briton had been a favourite

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for next month's Ironman English golfer Georgia Hall

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will begin her third round at the Women's British Open

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at Kingsbarns just two Hall led for most of yesterday's

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second round thanks to four consecutive birdies on the front

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nine, which put her in a great Out in front is

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South Korea's IK Kim. She's 11-under par -

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an eagle putt like this The leaders are due

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out at around 2:45. Alfie Hewett has beaten Gordon Reid

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in an all British semifinal at the British Open Wheelchair

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Tennis Championships in Nottingham. It was the first time there had

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been an all-Brit men's semifinal at the tournament,

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but it was Hewett who makes it through to the final

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on Sunday after a 6-2, He'll face either world number one

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Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina That's it. The next news on BBC One

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is at 6:10. Bye for now. Hello there. Still looking pretty

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unsettled for the foreseeable future. Nothing significant hot and

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sunny just yet. We have low pressure dominating this weekend. It will

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bring sunny spells and scattered showers, some really heavy like we

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have already seen in England and Wales and generally speaking, it's

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on the cool side but pleasant in the sunshine. The showers will rattle on

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in southern and eastern parts of England. Some have thunder storms

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mixed in. Gusty winds within the storms arrive.

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There is the risk of further heavy showers, maybe a thunder storm this

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afternoon across the London stadium for the World Championship. It will

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tend to dry up toward the loot orpart of the day. You can see the

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showers fizzling out for most places as we head into the overnight period

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thanks to a ridge of high pressure building. A few showers in the west.

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The light winds and clear skies mean it's a chilly night for the time of

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year, temperatures into single figures. A ridge of high pressure

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keeps much of the country fine and settled for part two of the weekend.

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This feature will be moving into western areas, bringing in

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increasing wind and rain. To start off, for Northern Ireland, wet and

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windy through the morning, that pushes through Scotland, and

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northern England. Top temperature is 21 or 22.

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The football looks good across the south-east, temperatures around 20

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and good sunny spells continuing at Wembley. Early into next week, low

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pressure keeps things unsettled. Further rain and showers at times

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and breezy too. From

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