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You're watching Beyond 100 Days. The

White House insists the president is

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shocked by allegations of domestic

violence by a staff member, so why

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did Donald Trump defend the accused

abuser is so vociferously? It's

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another tumultuous day in the White

House. Mixed messages on North

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Korea. The vice president says the

US is open to negotiations. The

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deputy chief executive of Oxfam

resigns over the British charity's

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handling of a prostitution scandal

in Haiti. A new exhibition

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celebrates the decade that brought

us everything from pop art to

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political change. Get in touch on

social media. Hello. I'm Kitty Kay.

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It is infrastructure day at the

White House. The president is

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unveiling his multibillion-dollar

spending plan. The only problem is

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no one is paying much attention

because that is yet another trump

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administration scandal. The latest

episode concerns an aide accused of

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beating his wife and chief of staff

who increasingly seems to be losing

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his grip on power. General John

Kelly is accused of Miss handling

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the case of Rob Porter and now there

are reports that he has threatened

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to quit. Yesterday, the counter to

the president went on television to

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explain Trump's position.

He has

full confidence in his current chief

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of staff General John Kelly and he

is not actively searching for

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replacements. He also has full

confidence in his communications

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director and long serving eight.

When it comes to those two

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individuals, the president has full

confidence in their performance.

Not

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actively searching for replacements.

For more on this, I spoke with

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General Kelly's friend Jay Johnson.

He served as the secretary of

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Homeland Security during the

president Obama administration.

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Somebody in the White House made an

error of judgment over a staffing

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issue. John Kelly is the chief of

staff. Should he stand down?

As long

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as Donald Trump is the president,

are country is best served if John

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Kelly is the chief of staff. You're

correct. I think there were serious

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errors in judgment about the

situation. It is a very serious

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allegation. It may be more than an

allegation. And I find it very

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difficult to believe, to work with

someone who has frankly hit his

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wife. Even if... Rhodes scholarship

notwithstanding. I think there were

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serious errors in judgment here.

And

yet somebody in the White House and

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it may be John Kelly because it does

seem like he knew these allegations

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even though he may not have known

about the full extent of them.

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Somebody decided that Rob Porter's

public service was more important

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than the fact that his wife says she

beat him.

Yes, and I think that is a

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problem. Something like this should

come out in the security clearance

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process almost immediately and

sometimes you get an interim

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clearance and it just kind of sits

there without a final adjudication,

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and so somebody made a judgment to

let Mr Porter have access to all

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sorts of very sensitive documents

with an interim security clearance

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without pushing it to a final

adjudication.

Would that have

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happened in the Obama

administration, that somebody who

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did not have permanent security

clearance would have had access to

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the kind of documents that Mr Porter

had access to?

I am not aware of any

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similar situation in the Obama

administration. Very definitely we

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had people with interim security

clearances who were able to simply

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get into the job with an interim

security clearance, but I'm

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unfamiliar with the situation.

Could

you have somebody with interim

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security clearance for a year? Is

that totally unheard of at does that

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happen?

It is hard for me to say

from my vantage point, but it does

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seem very unusual, yes.

Let me ask

you about Russia because obviously

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it was during your time as head of

Homeland Security that the Russians

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were hacking into and meddling with

the American electoral system. To

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what extent were you aware when you

are running homeland security of

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what the Russians were doing and to

a greater degree, did you miss

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anything?

There was merging

intelligence throughout the summer

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of 2016. By late summer, that

picture was clear. And then the

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discussion turned to what we do

about it. A number of us felt very

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strongly that we had to tell the

American people what we knew in an

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ongoing presidential campaign that a

foreign power was attempting to put

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his thumb on the scale of the

election result in multiple ways,

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and so we were doing then with a

cross current of considerations.

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One, the National security apparatus

rarely if ever becomes involved in a

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political campaign, in an ongoing

campaign. Two, one of the

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candidates, Mr Trump, was saying

that the outcome was good to be

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raped, and rightly we did not want

to be perceived as ourselves putting

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out on one still taking sides. --

was going to be reached. We had to

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tell the American public what we

knew and we did.

Were you aware of

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the full extent of it? How many

Americans were receiving information

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on Facebook?

No. I am not sure we

are aware now of the full extent of

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it. It continues to be a unfolding

picture and at this stage frankly I

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am not anything would surprise me at

the extent of the influence campaign

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from 2016, which we have to be

concerned about for our midterm

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elections this year 's.

Thank you

very much for coming in.

Thank you.

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The president refused to answer

questions about his staff issues

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today. Instead, he announced $1.5

billion for an infrastructure plan,

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saying it is time to spend money at

home and not abroad.

As of a couple

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of months ago, we have spent $7

trillion in the Middle East, $7

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trillion. What a mistake. It is what

it is. When I took over. And we are

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trying to build roads and bridges

and fixed bridges that are falling

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down. And we have a hard time

getting the money. It's crazy.

He

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has a point. America's

infrastructure is in a very sorry

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state. With me as former adviser to

George W Bush, Ron Christie. I guess

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this didn't happen very much during

Mr Bush's White House. Six days.

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People are talking about a staffing

issue up bout somebody who is

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accused of beating his wife. Why has

the White House let this go on for

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so long?

It is a shame. In the Bush

administration and I believe also in

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the Obama administration, this would

have been a one-day story. You have

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a supper who is accused, rightly or

not, of committing a very horrible

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crime, domestic violence, they would

be gone. There is no place for that

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in the White House. We have been

talking about this for six days and

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it is a testament to the fact that

the president likes some of the guys

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who are around him and doesn't want

to get rid of them.

OK, so there is

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a political invitation to this,

beyond whether General Kelly stays

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or goes, as we were discussing, and

that is what women voters think of

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this and there is some evidence that

female voters are turning against

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him. There is a new Washington poll

that has come out saying that

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President Trump's approval has

followed. A year ago, he had a 40%

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approval rating among white,

college-educated women. Those Arab

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women that about a lot. That has

tumbled to 27%. I will take a wild

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guess and say that the kind of

things we are hearing from the White

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House are not particularly helping

them with the no. -- those are women

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who vote.

These are the people who

got Mr Trump elected. Those college

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educated white women. Those people

are wondering what operation his

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staff are running and so

unfortunately in politics perception

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is reality and there is a perception

right now that the president wants

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to defend some of these staffers who

have been accused of some really bad

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things and where is the President's

statement? We heard it from Mike

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pence but not from the president

himself.

It is women who tend to

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decide elections in America so I am

sure that the president is watching

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those numbers very carefully.

Christian is of competing in the

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Olympics at the moment, as we talked

about last week. America may or may

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not be planning to speak to North

Korea. Mike pence to that the

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president always believes in talking

but don't expect any rewards in

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return. He first floated the idea of

negotiations on his way back from

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the Winter Olympics when he came

under some criticism for choosing

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not to stand when the joint Korean

team entered the stadium. He was

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objecting to the presence of North

Korean athletes and to the presence

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of Kim Jong Un's sister. She is 30

years old and studied in Switzerland

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and then became director of

propaganda, tasks with protecting

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her brother's image. South Korean's

media has said that it is not Kim

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Jong Un often seeks advice. It is

not there that the comparisons with

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the US ends. In 2017, she was

blacklisted by the US over North

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Korea's alleged human rights abuses.

Let's speak more about this with big

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the Michael Richardson -- with Bill

Richardson who has travelled to

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Korea and knows it well. If the US

on the same bed at the moment as

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South Korea when it comes to what to

do about North Korea, and

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specifically how to handle

negotiations or otherwise with

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Pyongyang?

Well, we are not on the

same page. South Korea basically

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boxed the US in by announcing a

potential summit with North Korea by

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the joint efforts of the Olympics

working together, but you have got

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to recognise the South Koreans are

the first line of attack. 25

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million. If there is a North Korean

attack. So the South Koreans are

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playing their politics and the US is

kind of isolated here, but I think

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developments are positive. They are

moving in the right direction.

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Instead of talking about military

options and pre-emptive strikes and

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a bloody nose, the administration,

even though they are contradicting

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each other, are talking about

preconditions of talks, no

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preconditions. It is confusing, but

they think we are all moving in the

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right direction, but I am an

optimist.

I am glad you are

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confused, because I am too. How did

the vice president handle all the

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pics diplomacy this weekend when it

came to South Korea?

Well, if I were

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him in his shoes, I would have just

shot a glance at Kim Jong Un's

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sister and smiled. But there is

diplomacy involved. You're not

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supposed to shake hands or a show

friendship with a country that you

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have aggressive relations with. That

is diplomacy. But I would have done

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something in between. President

Obama was very good at this. At the

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UN, you would shake the hands of the

Venezuelans, the North Koreans, he

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would engage the Iranians. But I

don't fault him terribly. I like

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what he said on the aeroplane, that

we are open to talks without

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preconditions. That is where the

administration should have been

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policy wise a long time ago. He has

been contradicted a little bit, not

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totally, by the Secretary of State.

They have got to sort this out and I

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think the best step forward is let

there be a good stomach between

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North and South Korea, which is

possible. And then let's have a

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discussion with North Korea on

denuclearisation. So I think things

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are going a little better, but I am

confused because of the mixed

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message that has happened within a

few hours today by US policy.

OK,

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stay with us. I want to ask you

about another area of the world that

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you are interested in. For months,

the Rohinga minority has been

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attacked in Myanmar. Reuters has

published an extensive reporting to

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the killing of ten Rohinga men in

September which included this

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photograph and eyewitness accounts.

While working on the story, two of

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the agency's journalists were

arrested and now face up to 14 years

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in prison. Ambassador Richardson,

you resigned earlier this year from

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an international panel set up by

Myanmar to advise on the Rohinga

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races. You called it a whitewash and

easy to suggest that Aung San Suu

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Kyi, who has long been a friend of

yours, has let Howard go to her

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head. What happened and why did you

set down?

Well, I stepped down

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because I felt that this commission

was good to be a whitewash. When I I

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said with the specific journalists,

why are they being detained? They

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were doing their job. They have

discovered possibly some mass

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graves. She exploded at me. She was

not willing to listen to Frank

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advice, even from her friends. We go

back 30 years. And the situation is

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getting worse. There are 1 million

refugees in Bangladesh that want to

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go home, but the repatriation

process is not working. There are

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killings and rapes and massive

degradation of human rights. This is

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an international crisis that the

international community needs to

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respond to.

Why do you think Aung

San Suu Kyi, given all of history,

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all of those years under house

arrest herself, all of those years

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of oppression by the Government

itself, why do then she has failed?

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Letting it is fair to say failed to

take this story seriously and to do

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something about it.

Well, she has

become a human... She has gone from

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being a human rights Europe to a

politician. The military is

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committing these atrocities from

Myanmar. And she does not want to

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take them on. She wants to get

re-elected. So she is not exercising

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moral authority and saying to her

own military, we have got to stop

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this and make sure these refugees

are treated properly. She has

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changed. Politicians change. They

get all of this power, they then get

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a lot of advice from people that

they want to hear, they don't like

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frank advice. They get in a bubble.

I think that is what has happened to

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my friend. Well, I don't think she

considers me a friend any more. But

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it is bad. It is not good.

Governor

Richardson, that is the truism of

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the day. Thank you very much for

joining us. Politicians do change.

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It is a story that is truly

shocking. Allegations that the

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charity Oxfam tried to cover up the

full details of a sex scandal in

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involving its aid workers. The

allegations have led to the

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resignation of its chief executive.

The Government is threatening to cut

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millions of pounds in funding to the

charity. Our correspondent has the

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details. Haiti's red light district.

Prostitution is illegal here, but

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that didn't stop some of Oxfam's

staff. The charity now admitting it

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knew about concerns about its team

and prostitutes not just in Haiti

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but also in Chad. And nothing was

done. This man worked in human

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resources in Haiti four years. She

says she flagged concerns and was

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ignored.

There were a lot of rumours

on the ground about management and

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leaders exploiting the locals.

Sexually and in other ways. To get

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jobs and to have good standing. So

these were ongoing rumours that

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would come to me through the drivers

and other employees. So on many

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occasions, I would share those

rumours with my boss.

Now, Oxfam's

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Deputy Chief Executive has resigned.

Penny Lawrence was programme

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director when the prosecution

allegations were made and ignored.

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She said, "I am ashamed that this

happened on my watch and I take full

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responsibility." The actions of

senior Oxfam employee in Haiti were

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never properly dealt with.

At that

time, when he used the prostitutes,

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it was not explicitly contrary to

Oxfam's code of conduct. Bringing

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fun into disrepute in any way and

abusing people who may have been

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beneficiaries of course was. So

there was an exploration of how

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should the organisation respond, but

we didn't act on it, and more

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significantly we then allowed him

because there were not formal

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complaint, we allowed him to move

onto another post, and that was our

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failing.

Oxfam's bosses were called

in to meet ministers this morning,

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with questions about the £32 million

the charity receives from the

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Government. Ministers here at the

Department International development

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no British charities do good work

overseas, but with Oxfam only

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telling half the story about what

happened with its staff in Haiti, it

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has now put pressure on the entire

charity sector. Oxfam says it

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investigated 87 allegations of

sexual abuse or exploitation last

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year. Save the Children said it

looked into 31 cases of sexual

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misconduct where half the people

were fired. Christian Aid said it

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had two cases. One was reported to

the Charity commission.

I don't

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think anybody can say in good faith

operating in an environment like

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ours that we can eliminate all risk

as a matter of 100% certainty. What

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we can do is put in 100% best effort

to keep these people out of our

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organisation.

The Charity commission

says it receives reports about 1000

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incident involving safeguarding from

charities every year. But a culture

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of cover-up is not the image

charities want. Sadly does nothing

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to help build a case for

international aid upon which so many

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people around the world of course

depend. A quick look at other news

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from around the world. The wife of

Donald Trump Junior Vanessa has been

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taken to hospital after she opened a

letter containing a white powder.

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The letter was addressed to Donald

Trump Junior and sent to their

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apartment in New York. She and two

others were decontaminated by

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firefighters as a precaution. It has

since been found that the powder was

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not hazardous. Tributes have been

paid to three British tourists who

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died in a helicopter crash in the

Grand Canyon on Saturday. Stewart

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and Jason Hill and Becky Dobson were

among seven people in the aircraft.

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Three other British nationals and

the pilot are being treated in

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hospital in Las Vegas. Theresa May

is in Belfast for talks with Irish

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counterpart, aiming to persuade

local parties to restore Ireland's

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devolved Government. Brexit has been

on the agenda with the Irish Prime

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Minister repeating his commitment

for a broader deal after the UK

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leads the EU.

We both prefer the

option by which we can avoid a hard

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border in Ireland and that is

through a competence of free trade

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and customs agreement involving

Britain and Ireland, and that's the

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best way we can avoid any new

barriers.

London City Airport has

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been closed all day on Monday after

an unexploded German World War II

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bomb was found close to the runway.

All flights in and out of the

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airport were cancelled affecting

some 16,000 passengers. Police they

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work to remove the bomb will take

until Tuesday. We live in busy

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times. Try the 1960s. They had

everything. Civil war

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demonstrations, free love and drugs.

Now a new exhibition at Philadelphia

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brings together the art and culture

from the decade of political and

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social upheaval. Revolution, war,

social upheaval and assassinations

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mark the 1960s. But on the front

lines of culture, everything was

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groovy, baby. Designers and artists

experimented with new forms, new

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materials, and a new, more mobile

age.

Consumer culture in the 1960s

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was really a driving force of

innovation and experimentation. The

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new use of materials like plastic

allowed for furniture and design

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objects to be mass produced or

miniaturised, and this goes along

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with the rise of the jet age, so

people are flying all over the world

0:22:050:22:09

and that is part of consumer

culture.

I know small was supposed

0:22:090:22:17

to be beautiful in the 60s, but this

TV isn't really practical, is it?

0:22:170:22:23

Yes, and the screen is curved to the

image might be a bit distorted, but

0:22:230:22:27

it is bright and colourful and fun

and it is portable so you can take

0:22:270:22:30

it anywhere with that keen on top.

And what about the furniture,

0:22:300:22:34

because that looks uncomfortable.

I

see that, but the curves of the

0:22:340:22:38

Silver give you something to lean

into and there is some cushioning to

0:22:380:22:41

give you some support.

I suppose all

that is missing is the lava lamp.

0:22:410:22:48

Yes, design team 9063.

It would fit

perfectly. This was the jet age and

0:22:480:22:53

also the space age. Designers

responded with equal baldness,

0:22:530:22:58

unapologetic colour, and an

exuberance that matched the soaring

0:22:580:23:00

ambitions of the age.

These are two

textiles that were created in

0:23:000:23:06

anticipation and to commemorate the

lunar landing in 1969, in the summer

0:23:060:23:11

of 1969. Trippi, I pay?

They are

fabulous. But what would you do with

0:23:110:23:19

them?

I think Eddie Squires on the

top would make an interesting

0:23:190:23:25

bedspread.

Not a dress.

I don't

think I would be walking around with

0:23:250:23:28

rockets or astronauts on my clothes,

but that's just me. Even in the

0:23:280:23:33

1960s.

But there was a dark side to

the pub.

President Kennedy died at

0:23:330:23:40

1pm, Central standard Time.

Andy

Warhol reappropriated the singular

0:23:400:23:47

grief of Jackie Kennedy for mass

consumption as Americans looked for

0:23:470:23:50

a way to publicly express their

feelings. That collective emotion

0:23:500:23:55

was further enhanced by television,

the way most people experience the

0:23:550:23:59

funeral of Martin Luther King a few

years later. At a time when rigid

0:23:590:24:03

norms were breaking down, artists

played openly with people's

0:24:030:24:08

perceptions. The result, as this

exhibition demonstrates, was far

0:24:080:24:12

out. OK. The 1960s were seriously

cool, right? We missed out?

Groovy,

0:24:120:24:25

man! I was born in the summer of 69.

Summer of love, man!

What a groovy

0:24:250:24:33

exhibition. My parents still have

some of that stuff in the house.

0:24:330:24:37

Must be worth a fortune. I can't

believe there is the coolest up and

0:24:370:24:40

she is worried about whether the

silver is comfortable. That wasn't

0:24:400:24:43

the point.

It is like look how cool

I am. We have do see if she has some

0:24:430:24:50

bell-bottoms.

I want to see if she

comes back with that astronaut

0:24:500:24:54

outfit. It was an enormous political

change. We think we are busy today.

0:24:540:24:58

That was really p. Yellow you had

the assassination of Bobby Kennedy

0:24:580:25:03

and Martin Luther King. So much

people going on in the country that

0:25:030:25:06

here in America we still the

remnants of that. And you know who

0:25:060:25:13

missed it all, Christian Fraser,

because he is just too young, was

0:25:130:25:17

born after the swinging sixties.

That is why he is not as cool as we

0:25:170:25:22

are. Get with the programme.

Lets

hope he comes back with a medal from

0:25:220:25:26

the Olympics. OK, this is Aung San

Suu Kyi proroguing -- BBC News.

0:25:260:25:44

Jacob Zuma meets with his own party.

We will have an update from

0:25:440:25:47

Pretoria. Prince Harry and Meghan

Markle have more details from their

0:25:470:25:52

wedding and that is all still to

come here on the programme.

0:25:520:26:05

Good evening. Some of us are going

to see some snow over the next 24

0:26:100:26:14

hours and that could actually be

destructive in places.

We have

0:26:140:26:17

already had a covering to start the

week. For some, as you can see from

0:26:170:26:23

the view from space, this cloud

coming in from the Atlantic, that is

0:26:230:26:28

going to bring some outbreaks of

rain from the south. In northern

0:26:280:26:34

areas and especially over high

ground but even to lower levels at

0:26:340:26:36

times we will see some snow fall.

Ahead of that frontal system, some

0:26:360:26:40

strong and gusty wind. 50-60- 70 mph

gusts in the South West. And the

0:26:400:26:46

South West. And temperatures pretty

mild down towards the south-west,

0:26:460:26:49

but cold further north for some eyes

as well as the snow. Into tomorrow

0:26:490:26:54

morning and a bit more detail at

8am, you can see the snow falling

0:26:540:26:58

across large parts of Scotland over

high ground may be up to ten

0:26:580:27:02

centimetres, but three centimetres

through the central belt. Could

0:27:020:27:05

cause some issues for the Tuesday

morning commute. Some snow into

0:27:050:27:10

Northern Ireland and parts of

north-west England and North Wales.

0:27:100:27:12

So with that snow and ice and also

further south in wind and rain,

0:27:120:27:16

there is the potential for some

travel disruption tomorrow morning.

0:27:160:27:20

Your BBC local radio station will

keep you up-to-date. As we go on

0:27:200:27:23

through the day, we take this band

of rain and snow and we slide it

0:27:230:27:27

further east and behind the Skype

will begin to Brighton. We will see

0:27:270:27:32

some spells of sunshine and wintry

showers coming into words the West.

0:27:320:27:35

Most of these will be following as

snow on what will be a cold day. Top

0:27:350:27:41

temperature of 4-7dC. As we move out

of Tuesday into Wednesday, we push

0:27:410:27:46

that first run away to the east but

here comes another system from the

0:27:460:27:49

Atlantic. Ahead of it again some

strong winds, possibly bail in

0:27:490:27:52

places and we could see some

snowfall. At this stage, the snow

0:27:520:27:57

will increasingly become confined to

high ground as we get onto Wednesday

0:27:570:28:01

because we will start to drag in

some slightly milder air from the

0:28:010:28:05

south-west. Double digit

temperatures are Plymouth and

0:28:050:28:07

Cardiff and Belfast as we head

towards the end of Wednesday. Then

0:28:070:28:11

as we move towards the end of the

week, low pressure remains in charge

0:28:110:28:16

of the scene. It will remain cold

enough snow showers at times,

0:28:160:28:19

particularly in the north but

further south signs of something a

0:28:190:28:22

little bit milder. Then more

generally to do weekend and into

0:28:220:28:27

next week things should begin to

settle down as high pressure builds

0:28:270:28:29

from the south.

0:28:290:28:40

This is Beyond 100 Days, I am Katty

Kay in Washington. Our top story,

0:30:110:30:16

another staffing scandal in White

House, Donald Trump says he is

0:30:160:30:20

standing by his chief of staff John

Kelly. A member of Oxfam's team

0:30:200:30:25

resigns. And coming up in the next

half-hour comedy desperate measures

0:30:250:30:33

the young Italians take to find

work, Italy prepares for a general

0:30:330:30:38

election. The banners are back in

Washington for good, at least the

0:30:380:30:42

portraits are. Portraits of the

former president and first lady are

0:30:420:30:49

unveiled. The Obamas are back in

Washington. The future of South

0:30:490:31:01

Africa's President Jacob Zuma is

being decided right now. The ANC

0:31:010:31:08

have been meeting to discuss him

stepping down. The 75 old has

0:31:080:31:11

resisted pressure to quit since

December when the ANC's replaced him

0:31:110:31:17

as party leader. Jacob Zuma has

survived lots of attempts to get rid

0:31:170:31:25

of him, is he going to survive this

one as well? It looks like this is

0:31:250:31:32

going to be hard for him to push

back. Because here in this hotel

0:31:320:31:41

where I am standing, just behind

here, his own comrades are deciding

0:31:410:31:45

his fate. Essentially, as far as we

know, they have come here to decide

0:31:450:31:52

to recall him as the president,

which they had sent. So that the guy

0:31:520:32:01

has a proportional representation

system in terms of its electoral

0:32:010:32:03

system. When they vote in a general

election here, people vote for a

0:32:030:32:09

party. The party then sends it only

candidate to be president. They are

0:32:090:32:14

meeting here, about 90 of the ANC I

meeting to decide to recall

0:32:140:32:21

President Zuma. Once they have

decided that and announced it, it

0:32:210:32:24

looks like he has no other option.

Thank you. We will follow that

0:32:240:32:32

story. Oxfam has spent a day in

emergency talks with the Government

0:32:320:32:37

to try to protect their funding

following allegations some Oxfam

0:32:370:32:41

staff were involved with prostitutes

in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake

0:32:410:32:45

in what seems a gross abuse of

power. Our next guest knows

0:32:450:32:50

something about that. At 13, she was

trafficked from her home to France

0:32:500:32:55

and sold into prostitution. She runs

an organisation teaching girls to

0:32:550:32:59

coat to keep them out of property

and exploitation. Thank you for

0:32:590:33:04

joining us. I want to hear your

story and I want to talk about

0:33:040:33:12

whether aid agencies are doing

enough to help girls. You were

0:33:120:33:14

trafficked from Senegal to Paris at

the age of 13 to become a

0:33:140:33:17

prostitute. Who sold you? Why were

you sent?

A very difficult childhood

0:33:170:33:22

I had. I am totally familiar with

the issues that young girls are

0:33:220:33:27

facing today. I was very traumatised

and angry this morning when I heard

0:33:270:33:33

these stories. I have been there.

The UK is my home now, but I was

0:33:330:33:40

taken away from my country when I

was a very young girl.

Where there

0:33:400:33:45

are no adults along the way who

stood up to protect you?

Know. That

0:33:450:33:50

is why we need to talk about these

issues. It is not about the NGOs, it

0:33:500:33:55

is about the young women and young

girls who are being neglected today,

0:33:550:33:59

totally neglected, abandoned as

young women and young girls across

0:33:590:34:04

the world. A lot have been taken

away from my country to Paris.

Where

0:34:040:34:12

there are other girls as well who

were taken away? Was yours and

0:34:120:34:16

unusual case or is this happening

more often than most of us are aware

0:34:160:34:22

of?

It is happening all over the

place, that is why I created the

0:34:220:34:26

coding organisation. It is happening

everywhere. It is an epidemic from

0:34:260:34:34

Senegal to Brazil, human trafficking

is absolutely high. Young girls are

0:34:340:34:37

being marginalised, the eye facing

human trafficking, only manages and

0:34:370:34:47

they are facing abortions, children

that they don't want to have in your

0:34:470:34:50

country. They don't have a very

solid system in place. It is

0:34:500:34:58

happening everywhere and I think

it's time for us to forget about the

0:34:580:35:02

NGOs and start thinking about the

young women and girls being

0:35:020:35:07

traumatised. I am one of them and

that is why I am hurt nobody is

0:35:070:35:12

talking about the young women and

girls being traumatised. We're just

0:35:120:35:16

talking about the NGOs and who is

going to get away with this. It is

0:35:160:35:20

time for all of us as a society to

start thinking about these young

0:35:200:35:25

women who are being traumatised an

early age, until, I am now 44 years

0:35:250:35:30

old, I know what it means to go

through this.

You went to Paris at

0:35:300:35:37

the age of 13 and became a

prostitute, your childhood was taken

0:35:370:35:40

away from you, you didn't learn to

read right until you were eating

0:35:400:35:44

because you had no opportunity. I am

looking at you know, you are 44,

0:35:440:35:49

you're confident, outspoken, trying

to help other young women, how did

0:35:490:35:54

you do it? How did you get yourself

out of that situation when there was

0:35:540:35:57

nobody helping you?

The UK is my

home now, the UK gave me a safe

0:35:570:36:04

space. I think this is why I created

iamtheCODE, these young girls need

0:36:040:36:12

safe spaces. The Kent and his NGOs

to look after them. They can be

0:36:120:36:22

dignified young women and can be

protected. But we are failing to do

0:36:220:36:26

this. This is my home and the UK

gave me a safe space where I can

0:36:260:36:34

think, I can see psychologists, I

can get support that I need in this

0:36:340:36:37

country. But there are so many young

women across the world who don't

0:36:370:36:42

have this opportunity and they are

going from street to street, nobody

0:36:420:36:45

is looking after them. It's time for

us to look into what is our law, why

0:36:450:36:50

are we neglecting these young women

and what can we do to look into

0:36:500:36:55

sexual violence against young women?

They don't know what is happening.

0:36:550:36:59

They don't have any systems to

support them in the country, it is

0:36:590:37:02

time for us to support them.

I hope

they can turn to you and find

0:37:020:37:06

iamtheCODE and that can help them as

it has helped you. Marieme Jamme,

0:37:060:37:11

thank you for joining us. Whether it

is the FBI, the Justice Department

0:37:110:37:16

or Congress, we have spoken a lot

about how American institutions are

0:37:160:37:20

taking a beating, often led by

President Trump. What if this

0:37:200:37:24

erosion of trust is nothing new,

just a continuing trend were growing

0:37:240:37:28

distrust has led people to side with

their own political tribe? That is

0:37:280:37:32

the argument made by the National

editor of the political report,

0:37:320:37:37

joining me now to explain. Everybody

in America and around the world

0:37:370:37:41

thinks there was a sea change when

he was elected, but you are

0:37:410:37:45

suggesting he is just the

continuation of the trend.

If you

0:37:450:37:49

look back over the last 20 or 30

years in this country, institutions,

0:37:490:37:53

not just Congress of the media, but

even public schools in this country

0:37:530:37:58

or organised religion have lost the

faith of Americans, really if you

0:37:580:38:06

just let your after year that faith

disintegrates. Some of it is because

0:38:060:38:10

of their own bad behaviour and

scandals involving some of these

0:38:100:38:13

institutions. Some of it is an

acknowledgement by people in this

0:38:130:38:20

country that these institutions are

not living up to what they were

0:38:200:38:23

built to do. They simply red

adapting and changing for the

0:38:230:38:29

21st-century, they were built and

survived the 20th-century because

0:38:290:38:33

that's where the vet. We seem to be

trying to shove the 21st-century

0:38:330:38:39

reality into boxes that were created

for the 20th century. It has made it

0:38:390:38:44

really difficult for institutions to

do things and for people to trust

0:38:440:38:47

them.

There was a period when people

believed in institutions and the

0:38:470:38:52

respected their teachers and the

idea of the good old days. What is

0:38:520:38:56

it that change? What is it that

precipitated that breaks down,

0:38:560:39:01

almost not just to trust in

institutions but in the social

0:39:010:39:04

fabric?

There is a lot of good

research on this. Some people here

0:39:040:39:10

talk about Watergate, that was the

breaking point, what a gate and the

0:39:100:39:14

Vietnam War. That broke apart the

trust Americans had in the

0:39:140:39:18

presidency and Government, when they

find out the Government was lying to

0:39:180:39:22

them and the president, this was a

sense that something like this could

0:39:220:39:25

happen. When you see it over the

course of these last 30, 20 years,

0:39:250:39:31

what you are also seeing is the

correspondence of the rise in

0:39:310:39:35

technology. We don't need

institutions in the same week we did

0:39:350:39:39

before. I can put up Google and get

an answer to any question I want.

0:39:390:39:44

This is not partisan, this is not

that the Republicans have become

0:39:440:39:47

more tribal than Democrats. You are

seeing everybody is retreating to

0:39:470:39:52

the tribes.

Again, this is a lot of

social science, but human beings

0:39:520:39:58

want community. We don't want to be

isolated, technology helps us to

0:39:580:40:03

isolate ourselves, but we need to

find structure in our lives and what

0:40:030:40:07

helps us do that is this tribalism.

I might not trust my institutions

0:40:070:40:11

but I can look to my tribe to tell

me what is right, what is wrong,

0:40:110:40:17

what I should believe. We are

inundated with information

0:40:170:40:20

constantly, how do we sift through

it? If my site says it's good, it

0:40:200:40:25

must be good, if my site and it's

bad, it must be bad. There were

0:40:250:40:30

institutions that helped us to

understand those things, no they

0:40:300:40:33

don't.

This is so fascinating.

Kristian is going to want to talk

0:40:330:40:37

about this as well. In just under

three weeks, Italians will go to the

0:40:370:40:42

polls and youth unemployment is a

huge issue in the general election.

0:40:420:40:46

One in three young Italians cannot

find work and even a short-term

0:40:460:40:51

contracts are highly competitive.

Our Rome correspondent has been

0:40:510:40:54

getting a sense of the desperate

measures people will take just to

0:40:540:40:57

get a job. It is hardly the best way

to spend the night before a job exam

0:40:570:41:03

but an overnight bus ride is these

job-seekers's best way of getting to

0:41:030:41:08

the test. They are travelling from

southern Italy to compete with

0:41:080:41:14

hundreds of others for a single

six-month contract.

I just want to

0:41:140:41:20

have more dignity, that I don't have

too go up and down the country like

0:41:200:41:26

this. I made a lot of sacrifices at

university, but always find myself

0:41:260:41:30

starting again from zero.

I am stuck

getting by on a short-term jobs. I

0:41:300:41:37

am living a day existence, that

makes it hard for me to plan a

0:41:370:41:41

future, to think about buying a home

and starting a family.

It is very

0:41:410:41:50

difficult for those of us from

southern Italy, the people that get

0:41:500:41:54

ahead idols that have connections.

There is no transparency.

This man

0:41:540:42:02

is a recent job seeker and decided

to lay on these cheap bus rides to

0:42:020:42:06

get candidates to job exams and

interviews.

This job was born out of

0:42:060:42:14

necessity -- this bus. Young people

need to travel to find work,

0:42:140:42:18

especially from south to north.

It

is now the middle of the night and

0:42:180:42:22

we are still battling through the

country. The candidates are having

0:42:220:42:27

to forget their anxiety, they are

trying to get what ever sleep they

0:42:270:42:30

can. At dawn, the bus arrives in the

central Italian town. This is the

0:42:300:42:38

rest of the competition. All for one

job which lasts just six months.

0:42:380:42:46

After the 45 minute test, they come

out.

I think it went well, but it

0:42:460:42:54

could have been better.

I am

relieved, I have a headache, but on

0:42:540:42:57

we go.

We will have to wait and see,

it is important not to lose hope.

0:42:570:43:07

Shattered, they get back onto the

bus. For years, Italy's political

0:43:070:43:12

parties have promised it young

people jobs without result. Leaving

0:43:120:43:18

this generation to head off on its

own in search of work. Another

0:43:180:43:29

election in Europe, we will be

watching that one. Benjamin

0:43:290:43:34

Netanyahu says its country will

defend itself against any attack

0:43:340:43:37

after carrying out its largest

strikes on site in Syria in decades.

0:43:370:43:42

They launched raids against a really

on target after seeing it had

0:43:420:43:46

intercepted and really enjoyed that

was crossing the Syria Israeli

0:43:460:43:48

border. Iran denies this. Did this

intervention marks the beginning of

0:43:480:43:54

a military investigation? I am

joined from Tel Aviv, he is the

0:43:540:44:01

joint director... Thanks for joining

us. Do you think there is a chance

0:44:010:44:10

that beyond this weekend this

military activity by Israel

0:44:100:44:13

escalates?

I am not sure, it is

definitely a possibility. In order

0:44:130:44:21

to understand what the situation is,

we need to try to understand the

0:44:210:44:29

overall context, if I may say a few

words about that.

Go ahead. I know

0:44:290:44:36

you are concerned about a power

vacuum emerging in Syria.

Exactly.

0:44:360:44:42

After almost seven years of civil

war, very devastating civil war in

0:44:420:44:47

Syria, we have a territory which is

disintegrating. It is a very chaotic

0:44:470:44:57

situation and we have known it in

Syria for some time now a big hole,

0:44:570:45:03

a total void, of responsibility,

accountability and any kind of

0:45:030:45:09

structure. Unfortunately, this void

has been filled gradually by

0:45:090:45:20

external forces that supposedly are

helping the Assad regime but are

0:45:200:45:29

furthering their own interests.

This

is interesting, here in the US, the

0:45:290:45:37

situation in Syria is largely being

celebrated as the recent success

0:45:370:45:42

story by American led coalition

forces against Islamic State. You

0:45:420:45:50

are much closer to Syria, being

there in the region, you are seeing

0:45:500:45:54

something else happening.

This is

part of the complex situation. What

0:45:540:46:00

the Americans are doing for some

time now and quite successfully is

0:46:000:46:05

to fight Isis and the eastern part

of the Syrian territory. But when

0:46:050:46:12

you look at Syria as a whole and

from our vantage point from the

0:46:120:46:16

west, you see quite a different

story. It is a totally disintegrated

0:46:160:46:22

system that has been filled with

foreign powers. We have his blood

0:46:220:46:27

coming from the west, we have

Iranians, the Turks coming from the

0:46:270:46:33

north, the Russians from the night

-- the north and all of them are

0:46:330:46:41

fighting each other basically for

their own turf.

What seems to be

0:46:410:46:46

needed the political settlement now.

Who could do that? I imagine you are

0:46:460:46:50

thinking the US needs to be more

engaged, beauty you see any

0:46:500:46:54

indication that want to be?

Absolutely. This is my idea, in

0:46:540:46:59

order to settle some of the problems

in the Syrian territory we will have

0:46:590:47:03

to have somebody, or what I call a

responsible adult, and the only one

0:47:030:47:12

that seems to be is the possibility

of the United States coming back,

0:47:120:47:17

Rex Tillerson is coming to the area,

he is engaged in some other

0:47:170:47:21

particular issues in Lebanon. It is

time for the US to wake up and

0:47:210:47:27

realise that we don't want to have a

major escalation, which would

0:47:270:47:32

involve quite a few of the

surrounding countries. I think that

0:47:320:47:37

a restructuring is needed fast.

Thank you very much for joining us

0:47:370:47:45

from Tel Aviv. A lot of people

watching Rex Tillerson's visit to

0:47:450:47:50

the region and wondering whether he

has the power in Washington to try

0:47:500:47:54

and do some diplomatic initiatives.

This is beyond 100 days, still to

0:47:540:47:59

come, flying high at 50, Boeing

celebrates a half-century of

0:47:590:48:04

service. Tourist flights from the UK

to Tunisia will resume tomorrow two

0:48:040:48:16

and a half years after 30 British

holiday-makers were killed in a

0:48:160:48:19

terrorist attack at a beach resort.

It travel ban was lifted last summer

0:48:190:48:24

and now Thomas Cook will resume

flights from Manchester to

0:48:240:48:28

Birmingham. Here is Frank Gardner.

Three years ago on the speech and

0:48:280:48:35

Isis gunmen shot dead 38 people, 30

of them British. Now Tunisia is

0:48:350:48:41

getting training from Royal Navy

instructors in maritime security,

0:48:410:48:46

well Met police detectives have been

training up hotel staff. At 40

0:48:460:48:52

airports, British aviation experts

have installed new screening

0:48:520:48:55

equipment. I asked the ambassador

how safe is no? No country is 100%

0:48:550:49:00

safe as we saw with the tragic

attacks in and Manchester.

It is

0:49:000:49:05

safer here than it was in 2015

because the Tunisians's capability

0:49:050:49:09

has improved.

In this resort town of

Thomas Cook is taking the first

0:49:090:49:17

returning British tourists, I asked

the hotel manager what precautions

0:49:170:49:20

he is taking.

We have around 60

cameras all around the hotel. The

0:49:200:49:28

exterior cameras are all monitored

24 hours behind the screens.

But

0:49:280:49:35

Tunisia sits in a dangerous

neighbourhood, across the sport

0:49:350:49:40

Libya is in chaos and Isis has

basis. The Manchester bomb are

0:49:400:49:44

trained in Libya and so did the

Tunisia gunmen. Back in the capital

0:49:440:49:51

Tunis, a raid yields results.

Suspects are arrested and will now

0:49:510:49:58

face trial. Tunisia has made huge

progress against terrorism, but if

0:49:580:50:04

its tourist industry is to recover

fully, it will need to stay

0:50:040:50:07

vigilant.

0:50:070:50:17

In a little over three months,

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie

0:50:200:50:24

the knot, but some of the finer

details of when and how have been a

0:50:240:50:28

mystery until now. Three months to

go and so much to do. Harry and

0:50:280:50:36

Megan are set to be involving

themselves closely in details of the

0:50:360:50:40

wedding arrangements. The venue will

be the magnificent setting of St

0:50:400:50:44

George's chapel inside Windsor

Chapel. Dating from the 15th century

0:50:440:50:48

and rich in history, the banners of

the Knights of the Garter are on

0:50:480:50:52

display above the choir stalls. It

will be the setting for a ceremony

0:50:520:50:55

which will be very much more a

family wedding and a state occasion.

0:50:550:51:00

We now know the timetable for the

day, at noon the wedding ceremony

0:51:000:51:04

will begin, well timed for American

breakfast television. At 1pm, the

0:51:040:51:09

carriage procession will begin. At

2pm, a wedding reception inside the

0:51:090:51:14

castle and then in the evening a

private dinner and reception for the

0:51:140:51:17

couple, their families and close

friends. In terms of the carriage

0:51:170:51:22

procession, this is the rate they

will at 1pm they will go down castle

0:51:220:51:27

hill and Windsor high Street and out

of the size of Windsor Alan King's

0:51:270:51:31

wrote before returning to the castle

along the long walk. A processional

0:51:310:51:36

route which will give people a

chance to feel part of this special

0:51:360:51:38

day. One problem which hasn't been

resolved is whether Prince William,

0:51:380:51:46

the president of the FAA, will be

able to get to the FA Cup final, due

0:51:460:51:50

to kick off at Wembley late that

afternoon. It could be tricky. The

0:51:500:51:55

problem would be getting blood and

back to the castle in time for the

0:51:550:51:58

family dinner in the evening. If the

cup final went into extra time, he

0:51:580:52:04

would have a problem. Windsor may

well win the day over Wembley. At

0:52:040:52:08

the centre of things at the big

match in Windsor will be these two,

0:52:080:52:12

a bride and groom becoming not

exactly a Mr and Mrs, more probably

0:52:120:52:17

a Royal duke and duchess. Kind of

thinking he is not going to be

0:52:170:52:25

taking the tube to get back to

Windsor.

Are you full of wedding

0:52:250:52:31

fever? I am, I love it. This is a

great story, the people over there I

0:52:310:52:36

so excited. An American princess now

going to be a British princess. I

0:52:360:52:42

have been travelling so much, I have

been in London, Ireland, San

0:52:420:52:47

Francisco, I thought the studio

looks so lonely without me sitting

0:52:470:52:50

here. I got to something. Here it

is. It is your own beer that you can

0:52:500:52:59

have sit right next to you and you

will know where it I am.

When I am

0:52:590:53:07

missing Ron and Kristian, this is

who I am going to have. I haven't

0:53:070:53:11

seen the film, have you? Apparently

is fantastic. This was my favourite

0:53:110:53:16

story as a child. Paddington, you

have to wait. We have to move onto

0:53:160:53:22

other news! Barack Obama and

Michelle Obama have attended... The

0:53:220:53:28

former President's portrait was

painted. Mr Obama described the

0:53:280:53:39

image as pretty sharp, and said

nobody in his family had ever had a

0:53:390:53:42

portrait done before. Mrs Obama's

portrait was done by a lady whose

0:53:420:53:53

work often addresses social justice.

It has been 50 years since the

0:53:530:53:59

Boeing 747 made its debut today

world in 1968, the BBC took one of

0:53:590:54:05

the first ever pilots to fly that

aircraft back to London Heathrow for

0:54:050:54:09

a check on how things have evolved.

Let's see if we can take a look.

0:54:090:54:24

This is a big change.

Flatbed seats.

You have no idea, for the first

0:54:280:54:41

landing, how high you are up on the

ground. It really was like landing a

0:54:410:54:45

block of flats.

This is what you

want to come and see.

This is all

0:54:450:54:52

screens, we had a clockwork

instruments.

We have got flight

0:54:520:54:56

plans, we can get weather divisions.

-- divergence.

Engine failure were

0:54:560:55:07

fairly routine. There were occasions

when it didn't work very well. We

0:55:070:55:13

always managed to get away, we

managed to get away first. I think

0:55:130:55:24

one heart aches for seeing any

machine it being broken up, but

0:55:240:55:32

especially the 747.

It is iconic, do

have a real affinity to it.

Turning

0:55:320:55:40

50, which makes it younger than I am

but older than Ron Ayres. Which is

0:55:400:55:46

kind of sad! From wrong, Paddington

and me, Christian isn't here, but

0:55:460:55:52

thank you for joining us. Great to

have you on the programme, coming up

0:55:520:55:55

next, we have got Outside Stories

and all the latest headlines for

0:55:550:56:01

those in the UK. Goodbye. See you

back here tomorrow.

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