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Anniversary under high alert. A terror threat is uncovered as

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America prepares to mark ten years since the September 11th attacks.

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The US authorities say intelligence points to possible car bombs,

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targeting strategic points in Washington or New York.

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The NYPD is deploying additional resources around the city and

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taking other steps to keep our city safe, some of which you may notice

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and some of which you will not notice. In New York I'll be

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reporting live from Ground Zero on the preparations for the 9/11

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anniversary and how the city is dealing with the latest security

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Welcome to GMT with me, Zeinab Badawi. Also in this edition of the

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programme: Obama's multibillion dollar plan to try to get the US

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working again, will it succeed and will he get it past a divided

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Congress any way? Interpol calls for the arrest of Colonel Gaddafi,

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his son and the regime's intelligence chief.

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It's 12.30pm here in London, 1.30pm in Tripoli and 7.30am in New York,

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where Americans are awakening to the grim news that there is a high-

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level terror alert in the US, as the country prepares to mark the

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10th San rers I of 9/11. In New York, the mayor has increased

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security across the city. Laura Trevelyan is there and joins us now.

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Uncorroborated but they're taking no chances presumably? That's right.

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And the mayor of New York, David Bloom, has been at pains to say

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this is an uncorroborated threat. Nonetheless, security has been

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increased this morning, increased security at bridges, at the tunnels,

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more random checks on the subway. With just two days to go until the

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10th anniversary, New York city official s are taking no chances at

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all. As New York prepares to mark the

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tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, there's a specific,

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credible, but unconfirmed threat against America, according to US

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officials. US news organisations have reported that it could be

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aimed at either New York or Washington. New York's mayor had

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this to say: The threat at this moment has not been corroborated. I

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want to stress that. It is credible, but it is not corroborated. We live

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in a world where we must take these threats seriously and we certainly

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will. ABC News reported that three people, one believed to be an

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American citizen, came into the US by air in August intending to

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launch an attack using vehicles N May 2010, an American -- Faisal

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Shahzad who attended a militant training camp in Pakistan, tried to

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set off a bomb in Times Square. President Obama was briefed on the

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threat say White House officials and called for counter-terrorism

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workers to redouble their efforts. Security in New York is already

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heightened ahead of Sunday's anniversary of the 9/11 attacks,

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which killed nearly 3,000 people. And now that security will get even

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tighter. There will be more bomb dogs on patrol, increased

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deployment of radiation monitoring equipment and vehicle check points

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in particular. There will be increased focus on tunnels and

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bridges and infrastructure in general. As well as landmark

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locations, houses of woreship and government buildings. This is an

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unconfirmed threat, but given how specific it is and how close the

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9/11 anniversary is, US officials are taking no chances. However, one

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news agency is reporting a national security official has -- is

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cautioning that experts think this threat may not ultimately check out.

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So increased security is something that New Yorkers have simply got

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used to living with in the ten years since the 9/11 attacks, which

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brought down those landmark Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.

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Now there is, despite everything that has gone on, there is now

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finally something of a rebirth and a renaissance at lower Manhattan.

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Can you see behind me the foundations of the Twin Towers of

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the World Trade Center themselves, and in those foundations now, is

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the memorial, the official memorial to the nearly 3,000 people who were

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killed in the September 11th attacks, and on Sunday, there will

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be a very solemn ceremony of remembrance here, as that memorial

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is formally opened, a ceremony that will be attended by the President

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of the United States, Barack Obama, and the former President, George W

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Bush. Thanks very much indeed. Laura

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Trevelyan there in New York. Well, staying in the city of New York,

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let's bring in the BBC's Ros Atkins at the South Street sea port. So a

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very significant anniversary of 9/11, tell us more about what to

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expect for the memorial? Well, to be honest, I think New Yorkers in

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their own ways are beginning to commemorate those lost ten years

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ago already. I spent the last couple of days walking around near

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Ground Zero, it's astonishing the amount of people when you stop to

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speak to them, who have been personally affected by the attacks,

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who lost loved ones or relatives or know people who were killed or

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injured in the attacks. In their different ways they are

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commemorating already. I met one woman yesterday who was walking

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around a nine -month-old son. She lost both of her brothers on the

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attacks. Every month she brings her child down to show him where his

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uncles lost their lives. You're right to say of course, there are

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official commemorations as well. I'm staying in a room which looks

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down over Ground Zero. You can see preparations being made to allow

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the public to come into the two, to see the two footprints of the two

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towers, which now are huge pools into which enormous amounts of

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water are pouring. There's trees all around them. The public will be

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able to come into that memorial in the next few days, something which

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hasn't been possible before. There's a lot of focus on that.

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Also, down a couple of blocks from Ground Zero, there are plany flags,

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flags for every person killed on 9/11, fluttering in the cool

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morning breeze. I I passed them in the car a few minutes ago. Many

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people are stopping to look at the flags. The flags bring home to you,

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more than a figure does, quite how many people lost tir lives. Thanks

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very much. As we've been reporting memorial

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services are planned for Sunday in New York. In Afghanistan, they are

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marking the exact tenth anniversary today of the assassination of the

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Afghan commander Ahmed shaz shaw Massoud who was killed just before

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the 9/11 attacks. He was leading the resistance to the Taliban, who

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were in power at the time. The Taliban were provided Al-Qaeda with

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safe havens. They were ousted by the us-led invasion in 2001. We're

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joined from the Afghan capital by the brother -- by his brother,

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Ahmed Wali Massoud. It is interesting to say what would have

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happened had your brother survived. Would Afghanistan have been

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different? Do you think he would have signed up to the US War on

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Terror? Well, let me say that the national hero of Afghanistan, he

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fought against the terror before the United States even realised

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what was all about the terror. He was fighting the terror alone.

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After he was assassinated on the 9th of September, if only he was

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alive today, of course, Afghanistan would have been much different. I'm

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pretty sure that he would have been able to save the rest of the world

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from this terror network, spreading from the region to different

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countries across the globe. He was dedicated leader, dedicated leader,

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committed Muslim and also, a man, a charismatic man who fought the

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terror until he was killed in 2001. With all respect, though, can you

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say with confidence that Afghanistan would have been a

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different place, presumably you mean peaceful, because he was an

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ethnic Tajik, of course, that could have led to divisions with the

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Pashtun majority in Afghanistan. The resistance which were born

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under Massoud, it was a national resistance, from across the globe,

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from across the country. Therefore that was not a question of Pashtun,

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Tajik, the Taliban were a project of Pakistan. They were imported

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from Pakistan to Afghanistan. So therefore it did not have nothing

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to do with ethnic conflict or anything. If only he survived, I'm

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pretty sure that he was the man would could have rooted out

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terrorism and Al-Qaeda from Afghanistan. By doing so, they

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could have saved the rest of the world. He was the man with the

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experience. You made that points. - - that point. I want to ask you

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briefly, the government in Afghanistan and the international

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community now want to talk to moderate members of the Taliban in

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order to get a political settlement in Afghanistan. Would your brother

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have backed this, talk to the Taliban? First of all let me say

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that there is no moderate Taliban. Taliban are Taliban. There's a

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school of thought that the Taliban believe in that one, therefore you

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cannot separate the Taliban into hod rat or extremists. Of course,

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my brother was the first to propose peace with Taliban. He himself

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risked his life. He went to the Taliban, but then he realised that

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the Taliban were not the people to make peace. There forethis Taliban

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continued their war against him and against the rest of the people of

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Afghanistan. If he was alive, of course, by knowing and

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understanding Taliban, he could pretty manage how to start this

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onslaught coming from Al-Qaeda and Taliban to Afghanistan. What are

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people like you now saying in Afghanistan, as we come up to the

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tenth anniversary exactly of the September 11th attacks, preskreeded

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of course by the death of your brother? Well, of course, there was

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connection between the ninth September and 11th September. Al-

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Qaeda and Taliban wanted to make sure that the leader of the

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resistance and the leader of anti- terror, they wanted to make sure

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that he is not in Afghanistan. And his territory being under control

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of Taliban, then they could have launched their activity to the rest

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of the worldment Ahmed Wali Massoud, in the Afghan capital, Kabul, thank

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you very much for talking to us on the anniversary of the death of

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your brother. Now the other stories making headlines around the world

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today: An enormous power cut has affected millions of people in

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Southern California, Arizona and Mexico. All out bound flights were

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cancelled at San Diego airport and traffic came to a stand still in

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the city. Electricity companies say human error is to blame and power

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won't be back for some time. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Il

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and his son and heir apparent Kim Jong Un watched a massive military

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parade on Friday, marking the 63rd anniversary of the country's

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founding. Kim Jong Un, believed to be in his late 20s, is already a

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four-star general and vice chairman of the Communist Party's military

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commission in North Korea. There have been more protests

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across Chile in favour of education reform. Students clashed with

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police in the capital Santiago. It's the third month of protests,

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with stuends putting pressure on the government to raise standards.

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The mass mobilisation has caused the President's approval ratings to

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plurching. -- plunge. Still to come: Rock gods

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up close and personal. A candid look at U2's premiere at the

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First of all, let's get all the business news with Aaron. First of

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all, there is a G7 summit in France tackling the financial downturn or

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trying to. Trying to. With a capital "T". G7 ministers gathering

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and the aim, to try to come up with some way it avoid another global

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economic downturn basically. The task is huge, because how do you

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stimulate growth without hiking public spending? I can tell you

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what the markets would love to see, they would love to see the G7

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invents a new way to revive flagging growth. But all the

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experts tell us that's just not going to happen. Listen to this:

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The problem is that the action that is needed is that surplus countries

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have to expand their demand in order to permit deficit countries

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to both have some growth and, at the same time, reduce their

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government deficits. The surplus countries, primarily China and

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Germany, are artificially keeping their exchange rates down, in the

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German case by being in the euro. And as a result, in they stimulate

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demand, they get inflation, which is what the Chinese have got. We're

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stuck until either the euro breaks up and Germany appreciates or until

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the Chinese relax their linkage of the Chinese yuan to the dollar.

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also went on to say that's not likely to happen either. So, we are

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stuck. From Germany and China to Japan, where there have been new

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revised figures and they're looking not very good. It's Japan's economy

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facing big problems. They were revised the second quarter numbers.

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We had a negative number of 1.3%. They revised it and said no we fell

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2.1%. That's a steep drop. Problem for Japan, of course, the terrible

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devastating earthquake and tsunami earlier this year, has had a big

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impact. The big problem is the global slowdown. Japan exports,

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relying on a healthy global economy. That ain't happening. The strong

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yen hurting Japan. Will the new Government take any action? I feel

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that this government headed by Mr Noda is a much more proactive than

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the one before and the one before that as well. This is a government

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that clearly depicts about increasing taxes and rejuvenation

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of nuclear energy side. He is much more a realist. So So optimistic

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going forward to the latter half of this year. We may see some new

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methods coming from this new Japanese government. Do you want to

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This is GMT from BBC World News. I'm Zeinab Badawi. The headlines...

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Officials in the United States say they're investigating a specific,

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credible terror threat to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the

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9/11 attacks. Interpol has emerged -- urged forces around the world to

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arrest Colonel Gaddafi, Saif al- Islam and Abdullah al-Senussi. The

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International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants for them in June

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but while the colonel is a large negotiations for the surrender of

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forces loyal to him are proving difficult. Our world affairs

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Correspondent joins us from Tripoli. We are getting reports that more

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Gaddafi key people have fled into neighbouring areas. Can you tell us

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more? These are reports coming to us specifically from the town in

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central major, where a large convoy passed through the earlier in the

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week travelling south from Libya over the border. According to

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officials in the last 24 hours another convoy of three vehicles

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has gone through the town in the same direction carrying General Ali

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Khan a, he was in charge of Colonel Gaddafi's forces. This convoy was

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accompanied by security forces. you able to tell us anything more

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about what is going on? What are the NTC saying? The first thing to

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say is we have had really no information that sheds any new

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light on the possible whereabouts of Colonel Gaddafi. The Prime

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Minister of the NTC gave his first news conference here yesterday.

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Most of the former rebels have been in their stronghold of Benghazi and

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are trying to facilitate the move to Tripoli. Mahmoud Jibril said it

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was not wise to disclose Colonel Gaddafi's whereabouts, even if he

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did know. But clearly at this stage they do not seem to know. There is

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a possible scenario that he is One of the big fixtures in the

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movie business, the Toronto Film Festival, has begun with an

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eagerly-awaited a documentary on the you to. -- U2. Bono and the

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edge of the opening night of the Toronto Film Festival. The

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documentary from the sky down revisit a crucial moment from the

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band's history, the making of their album in Berlin. It is seen as a

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time that they reinvented themselves. The reason we are still

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here probably as a band is because we went through that moment in

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Berlin in 1991 where we ended at all that people love to about a

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band and began afresh. There is an environment out of which music

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grows. A kind of faith which is necessary to move from one no to

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the other. The film uses animation, archive footage, it shows the band

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returning to the studios where they filmed the album. -- are recorded

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the album. His estranged to look at this and see yourself 20 years ago?

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It is. I thought I would be taller, better looking, it is the same.

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This is a moment we forced ourselves to look back. In a funny

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way it is the reason we are here now. The film-maker David Gugenheim

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was given free range to make this. Those who have seen it maintain

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there is not much in it that could tarnish the brand. No uncomfortable

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references to recent criticism of their alleged arrangements to

:20:52.:21:02.
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enable them to avoid taxes in This documentary is the first time

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the documentary has opened the Toronto Film Festival. It is one of

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250 pictures being screened over the next 11 days. Three years ago

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Slumdog Millionaire was unveiled here and went on to pick up eight

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Oscar trophies. And The King's Speech premiered here and won the

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four Academy Awards. For Oscar watch has Toronto is a festival

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Britain's prime minister is preparing to travel to Russia on

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Sunday. He'll hope to repair relations between the two countries

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which went into sharp decline following the murder in London of

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Alexander Litvinenko five years ago. Investigators in the UK blamed a

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former KGB member who they want extradited. Danield Sandford

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He remains one of Britain's most wanted men. Andrei Lugovoi is

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accused of a shocking murder in a luxury London hotel. But he agreed

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to let us join him for two days and the Russian will then us. He then

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urged Britain to get over the crisis the killing caused.

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TRANSLATION: Are we going to fight about it for 100 years? We should

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be looking for a way out. The ball is not in the Russian court, it is

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in the English court. While he can visit this remote peninsula 5000

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miles from Moscow he has not left Russia since 2006. If he does he

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will be detained on an international arrest warrant. For

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almost five years now he has been the source of huge diplomatic

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friction. Britain wants to put him on trial for murder and Russia will

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not give him up. Alexander Litvinenko died be slow, painful

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death, poisoned by polonium 2010, lethally radioactive. He had also

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been a KGB officer but had recently become a British citizen. Andre

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look for it was the key suspect, having left a trail of polonium

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across Europe -- Andrei Lugovoi. Confident that he will never face

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trial David Cameron is about to be the first British Prime Minister to

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visit Russia since the poisoning and he will meet Vladimir Putin.

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Besides the 9/11 anniversary, a major preoccupation in the US right

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now is the state of the economy. America's employment figures are

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the worst for decades, 14 million are jobless and President Obama is

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trying to get the US working again. He's announced a multi-billion

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dollar jobs plan to a rare joint session of Congress. As our

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Washington correspondent, Marcus George reports, the President is

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far from assured of success. Smiles and handshakes marked the arrival

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of President Obama but is easy demeanour did not last long. At the

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start of the address he laid down a challenge to both chambers, stop

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the political gamesmanship and pass this plan to get America working

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again. I am sending this Congress a plan that you should pass right

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away. It is called the American jobs act. There should be nothing

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controversial about this piece of legislation. Everything in here is

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the kind of proposal that has been supported by both Democrats and

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Republicans. At a cost of more than $400 billion the plan aims to jolt

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America's ailing economy into gear. It would create a construction jobs,

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safeguard employment and extend tax cuts for employees in small

:24:55.:24:59.

businesses. The President also urged lawmakers to surrender tax

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breaks for big business. Should we keep tax loopholes for oil

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companies, or use the money to get small business owners the tax

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credit when they hire new workers? We cannot afford to do both.

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Unemployment is dark at just over nine per cent and there were zero

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jobs created last month. Even if it survives Congress There are no

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guarantees the plan will breathe life into the economic outlook for

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The Rugby World Cup is due to get under way soon. Tom all take on the

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nation in the first match. This four-legged friend is planned to be

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as accurate as the late Paul the octopus who picked a winner in last

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year's football World Cup. We have special coverage this weekend

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marking the 10th anniversary of 9/11 on the BBC website. We look at

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one of the most notorious attacks in history. You can view a timeline

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tracking all the key events, starting from when the hijackers

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Our main story... Officials in America are investigating a

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International news and intelligent analysis going live to the heart of the day's top global story presented by Zeinab Badawi. Featuring exclusive reports from BBC World News correspondents based around the world, plus up-to-the-minute global business news.


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