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Hello, I'm Ros Atkins,

this is Outside Source.

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America is moving towards

recognising Jerusalem

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as Israel's capital.

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President Trump called regional

leaders today to say he'll move

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the US embassy there.

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That totally destroys any

chance he will play a role

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as an honest broker.

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Until now America's policy was that

Jerusalem's status should be

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negotiated by the Israelis

and the Palestinians.

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That's changing - we'll report

from Washington and Jerusalem.

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We'll be live in Lausanne -

Russia's been banned

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from the 2018 Winter Olympics

for state-sponsored doping.

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These were the extraordinary

scenes in Ukraine.

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That's the former Georgian president

Mikheil Saakashvili being detained.

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But then...

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Freed.

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And we'll be live in

Westminster with the latest

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on the stalled Brexit.

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Welcome to Outside Source.

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President Trump has announced

he intends to move the US embassy

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in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

- he did so in a number of calls

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to leaders in the region.

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This is hugely significant -

it could be a step towards

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recognising Jerusalem as Israel's

capital - no country has gone that

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far since Israel's creation in 1948.

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King Abdullah of Jordan told

Mr Trump this could have "dangerous

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repercussions on the stability

and security of the region".

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A spokesman for the

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

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said he has urged Russia,

France and the Pope, "to intervene

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to prevent it from happening."

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Here's the reaction of Turkish

president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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TRANSLATION:

I would like to

reiterate my sadness over reports

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the US is getting ready to recognise

Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Mr

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Trump, Jerusalem is the red line for

Muslims. We will continue our fight

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until the last minute. This can go

as far as cutting diplomatic ties

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with Israel.

Israel sees Jerusalem

as its eternal, undivided capital

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and it has long been a source of

frustration for Israeli leaders that

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there is no recognition of its full

sovereignty over the city, but

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Palestinians want East Jerusalem as

the capital of their future

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independent state.

It has been the international

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consensus for a long time now that

the status of the city should be

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decided in a negotiated peace deal

between Israel and the Palestinians.

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The east of Jerusalem of course was

captured by Israel in the 1967

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Middle East war, later annexed in a

move that is not recognised

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internationally. That is really all

the sensitivities. At the moment,

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all countries that have an embassy

in Israel keep them in or close to

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Tel Aviv, and they have consulates

in Jerusalem. This is a big

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departure by Mr Trump.

Next the BBC

State Department correspondent on

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why this is such a big shift in

policy.

The Americans have followed

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the international community on this,

because its controversial for two

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reasons, one because both Israelis

and Palestinians claim it, Israelis

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say they want East Jerusalem as

their capital, so that is something

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that should be decided in final

status negotiations. This is a place

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that also is claimed wholly to three

religions, Christianity, Judaism and

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Islam. There is a UN resolution that

says the status of Jerusalem should

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be separate or decided ultimately in

a way that satisfies all of those

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religions, so it does not actually

recognise Israeli sovereignty over

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any part of Jerusalem. It's a very

contentious issue. The position of

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the US has been told now that status

should be decided in final

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negotiations on a peace deal between

Israel and the Palestinians. If Mr

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Trump announces he will move the

embassy, either right away or at

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some point definitively, or if he

says they will recognise Jerusalem

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as the capital of Israel, then that

is a big departure from the previous

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US policy. It also flies in the face

of pretty much everyone else, the

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US's allies in the region, its

enemies, and the United Nations.

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The International Olympic Committee'

says Russia will be banned

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from the Winter Olympics.

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But Russian athletes who can prove

they are clean will be allowed

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to compete under a neutral flag -

we're not sure yet if Moscow

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will let that happen.

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The Games start in February

in Pyeongchang in South Korea.

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The ban is because of allegations

the Russian government orchestrated

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large-scale cheating

at the last Winter Games -

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which were in in Sochi in Russia.

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Russia denies this by the way.

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It hasn't stopped the IOC banning

Russian Deputy Prime Minister

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and former sports minister

Vitaly Mutko from all

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future olympic games.

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He's also the Chairman

for the 2018 Russia World Cup.

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Here's the IOC

President Thomas Bach.

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The report clearly lays out an

unprecedented attack on the

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integrity of the Olympic Games and

support. The report includes in

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particular the manipulation of the

anti-doping love for Tory at the

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Olympic Winter games in Sochi, 2014.

As an athlete myself, I am feeling

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very sorry for all the clean

athletes. -- anti-doping lavatory

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cleaner

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never before has a country been

banned by anti-doping violations.

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This is an Olympic superpower, a

real heavyweight. It has proved in

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the end that the IOC had no choice

but to issue the sanction. It was

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expected given the evidence had been

mounting, which had always denied

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state-sponsored doping, and

crucially a report given by our

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previous Swiss President looking

into the wider issue of whether this

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doping had been a state led

conspiracy between the years of 2011

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and 2015, as laid out in Professor

McLaren's report last year, he

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agreed with him. It was systemic

manipulation, of the anti-doping

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rules, Russia was guilty of that, it

was state-sponsored doping and

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that's why the IOC has been able to

issue this tough penalties today.

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The President of Russia's

Olympic Committee says

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he will appeal the ban.

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As Alex told us, these

allegations aren't new.

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In 2015, report

by the World Anti-Doping Agency,

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Wada, found evidence

of state-sponsored doping in Russia.

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Then last year this man

Richard McLaren led an independent

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report and found that more

than 1,000 competitors in more

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than 30 sports had been involved

in a conspiracy to conceal positive

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drug tests - over

a five-year period.

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There have already

been consequences.

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The Russian cross-country skier

Alexander Legkov was one

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of the first to be stripped

of his Sochi medals.

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He's one of 25 Russians who have

been banned for life.

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Let's talk to our correspondent from

BBC Russia. Russia say they did not

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do this but there is a lot of

evidence.

You may laugh but Russians

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keep saying there is no evidence,

that's what they claim. They say all

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this is based on words of just one

man, who is cold a national traitor

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now in Russia and is under

investigation at the moment. He

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underlined that there is no document

saying let's start the doping

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programme or whatever, so it's pure

politics, it's just another version

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of Western sanctions, that's the

narrative.

This idea of Russians

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competing under a neutral flag, will

gladly repeat in Dover that?

It's

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hard to tell, we need to wait till

tomorrow morning.

-- will of

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Vladimir Putin go for that?

The

Kremlin will take a while to go for

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that. We'll take this decision on

the 12th, when all the Russian

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national team members will meet to

discuss it.

As this had any ability

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on Russia's ability to host the

World Cup?

At the moment, Fifa said

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these are two separate events it

will look into the reports, but at

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the moment they will only act based

on the hard evidence.

Thank you. If

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you speak Russian, you can get news

through BBC Russia .com.

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The Trump Russia story

continues to evolve at speed.

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First - remember

this at the weekend.

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That's the President admitting

he knew Michael Flynn

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had broken the law.

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Some suggested the tweet

could be an admission

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of obstruction of justice.

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Well Mr Trump's lawyer has told

the media outlet Axios

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"The president cannot obstruct

justice because he is the chief law

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enforcement officer under

the Constitution's Article II

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and has every right to express

his view of any case".

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In other words, the president

is above the law.

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Mr Dowd also claimed

he wrote that tweet -

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if he did, he does a good job

of mastering Mr Trump's

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distinctive style.

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Anthony Zurcher spoke to us

from Washington about this

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latest intervention.

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For a President's lawyer to say he

is writing tweets for the president

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to immerse himself in an ongoing

controversy like this is remarkable.

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But I have to point out that the

idea that the president is above and

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obstruction of justice charge is a

relatively controversial, novel view

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of residential culpability. If you

will remember when Bill Clinton was

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impeached there were quite a few

Republican senators who voted to

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convict him in the Senate trial,

based on obstruction of justice

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allegations. I think this may be the

defence that the administration is

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constructing here, but I doubt it

will be an iron clad one.

I

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appreciate your not a lawyer,

Anthony, but in layman 's terms, how

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do we define obstruction of justice

in terms of what the president did

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or I think in this case, the

question is whether the President

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knew

that Michael Flynn had

committed some kind of criminality,

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lied to the FBI, then he went about

trying to disrupt the investigation,

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telling FBI director James Comey to

go easy on Michael Flynn, that he

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was a good guy, taking other steps

possibly to make it more difficult

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to investigate Michael Flynn for

criminal acts that at least

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according to this tweet if you

believe it at face value, criminal

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acts the president himself was

aware. Politics will say this is not

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a case that looks directly at

formula should be investigating

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which is Russian meddling in the US

election. This is a process case

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that could be a direction Robert

Mueller is going in.

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The Democrat John Conyers has

resigned from Congress.

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He's been mired in allegations

that he sexually harassed aids.

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He denies the claims

and in announcing his resignation

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he said "My legacy can't be

compromised or diminished in any way

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by what we are going through now".

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"This too shall pass."

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Here's Anthony again.

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Stay with us on Outside

Source - still to come.

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We're going to turn to Yemen to look

at how the killing of former

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President Ali Abdullah Saleh

could impact the country's

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ongoing civil war.

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An independent review

into the terrorist attack

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in Manchester, in which 22 people

were killed, has concluded that

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MI5 and the police may

have had opportunities

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to prevent the bombing.

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David Anderson QC, who lead

the review, said that while security

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services were closing

in on the bomber, Salman Abedi,

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it is "conceivable the attack might

have been avoided had the cards

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fallen differently".

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A young man, Salman Abedi, who they

had no reason to be particularly

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suspicious of, though he certainly

had some bad associates. Despite

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that they got quite close to him,

they had peripheral vision of what

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he was perhaps thinking of planning.

At the end of the day, they were too

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late, they had a meeting scheduled

just a few days after the attack. To

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decide what should be done about

this man, and by then of course it

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was too late. We can see with

hindsight that that intelligence was

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highly relevant to the attack this

man was planning at the Manchester

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Arena. At the time that was not

appreciated. Understandably, we can

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see was a mistake.

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The Palestinian, Egyptian,

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Jordanian and Turkish leaders have

all warned President Trump

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that his plans to move the American

embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

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will have dangerous consequences.

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Monday wasn't the start of the week

Theresa May was looking for.

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She'd travelled to Brussels

hoping to announce

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progress on Brexit talks.

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Only to find out, she could do

nothing of the sort

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because of what one party

in Northern Ireland thinks.

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Back in Westminster,

the Prime Minister relies on the DUP

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to have a functioning majority -

so when they pulled the plug

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on a plan for the Irish

border, that was that.

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Well Mrs May regrouped BOX one

with a cabinet meeting.

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Here is Boris Johnson arriving.

After the cabinet meeting we heard

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this from Mrs May.

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Talks with the European Union have

made a lot of progress. There is

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still a couple of issues we need to

work on.

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Theresa May is expected to speak

to talk to the DUP leader by phone

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later to try to break the deadlock.

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But the DUP has already

restated its position.

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When we looked at the wording, and

saw the import of all that, we knew

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we could not sign up to anything

that was in that text that would

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allow a border to develop in the

Irish Sea.

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Needless to say this all came up

in parliament today.

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Here's the opposition.

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Mr Speaker, what an embarrassment.

It is one thing to go to Brussels

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and fall out with those on the other

side of the negotiating table, it is

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quite another to go to Brussels and

fall out with those supposedly on

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your own side of the negotiating

table.

We recognise that as we exit

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we must respect the integrity of the

EU single market and the customs

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union but we are equally clear we

must respect the integrity of the

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United Kingdom.

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And there was criticism from

the Prime Minister's party too -

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who said she should say this

to the EU.

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You need to change this process, and

to back off. Otherwise we get on

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with other arrangements.

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That was in Westminster.

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In Dublin, the Irish

Prime Minister had to

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face his own parliament.

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Remember he thought

there was a done deal -

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only to find out Theresa May hadn't

cleared it with the DUP.

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Here he is earlier.

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We cannot move on to phase two until

we have the assurances that we need,

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that there will be no hard border.

And indeed the assurances we have

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been promised for 18 months now, and

even longer. As things stand, the

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ball is very much in London. The

ball is in London's court.

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Finally we shift to Brussels.

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That perhaps given what the EU

is saying I shouldn't have bothered.

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"The show is now in London" it says.

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True - the show may be there,

but the Eu's in Brussels

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and its clock is ticking.

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The short term deadline is to get

to this point where sufficient

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progress has been made -

and trade talks can start -

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both sides hope that will be

by an EU summit later this month.

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Eleanor Garnier is watching all this

in Westminster. I can't help but

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look all this and scratch my head

and think, shouldn't you play this

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with the DUP before you went to

Brussels?

That's one question

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everyone in Westminster has been

asking. How did Theresa May get

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herself into a position where she

was in Brussels having not been

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completely 100% sure that the DUP

were onside. To update you on what

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was meant to be happening today, we

understood there was going to be a

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call, a phone call between Theresa

May and the leader of the DUP,

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Arlene Foster, in the last few

minutes it has become apparent that

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that call is not going to be

happening tonight, it seems there

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has been little progress today,

despite the DUP's negotiating team

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and the Conservatives chief whips

and government negotiating side,

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when it comes to the DUP, plus some

others, they met for several hours

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this afternoon. Yet not enough

progress was made. A DUP insider

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saying tonight this is not just

changing a few words here and there,

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they say there needs to be a lot of

change when it comes to the deal

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right now. After these last few days

of this week, Theresa May is under

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increasing pressure and as you point

out, this week was meant to be about

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getting that signal that the UK and

the EU might be able to move from

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phase one of the talks, about the

divorce side of things, to phase

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two, which is all about the future

relationship, trade relationship we

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might have with the EU. Certainly

Theresa May is under pressure and

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this is not the week she wanted to

have started with.

Thank you. We

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will leave it there. If you want

more background on the Brexit talks,

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head online to our website.

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Let's look at the fallout

from the killing of Yemen's former

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president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

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He died in a roadside ambush

by Houthi rebels just

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outside the capital Sanaa.

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He had been allied to the Houthi

rebels but he recently shifted sides

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and started cooperating

with the Saudi-led coalition.

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And the Houthis took exception.

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Well, this is the latest development

in a long and complex conflict.

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Before we talk to BBC Arabic,

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this short report from the BBC's

Mai Noman explains how we got here.

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For many year many, this was the

only president they knew. Until the

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first event, remember the Arab

Spring? You many came out on the

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street as well.

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Meant to be a transitional period,

but that did not go so well. Saleh

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was accused of meddling. Then

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armed rebels took control of large

areas of the country. You should

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also know that Saleh and the Houthi

had previously fought each other on

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and off the years. After being

ousted and replaced by his deputy,

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Saleh formed an alliance with the

Houthi. That did not go down well

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with Saudi Arabia, which accused a

man of supporting the Houthi. Then

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Saudi Arabia led a coalition

targeting the Houthi rebels. That

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was the start of nearly three years

of full-blown war. It has left

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thousands dead and brought the

country to the brink of famine. Our

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fourth turn of events happens days

before Saleh died. He shifted sides

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yet again. He said he was willing to

start a new page with Saudi Arabia,

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and fought off against the Houthis.

In the final turn of events, Saleh

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was killed by his former allies.

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Ali Abdullah Saleh's son

has reportedly vowed

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to avenge his father's death.

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That makes a complicated military

situation even more complex.

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Rasha Qandeel from BBC Arabic.

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From the initial reactions it's like

an ultimate victory to the Houthi,

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they think they will be the sole

power on the ground. Actually the

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disappearance of Ali Abdullah Saleh

would make the shift in power go a

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bit more risky. He still has

followers, and there are more

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leaders to his party, the General

people's congress, outside Yemen

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than there are inside. Especially

after the invitation of his son

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today to move towards the capital

and defeat the Houthis, so things

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can change dramatically after his

disappearance.

My guess is reaction

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to these events in Yemen very much

depends on which part of Yemen you

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focus on?

That's absolutely correct.

In the north there is a sense of

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shock. So many people still like to

Saleh despite everything that

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happened after the Arab Spring. In

the south, totally different, levels

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of people celebrating. He was the

responsible party for the decision

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to bomb the South in 1994 to reunify

the country and overcome the

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Communist part of Yemen. They did

not really stand by him and they

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were happy for Emirates and their

men playing behind the scenes to

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take over the power politically.

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Absolutely extraordinary

scenes in Ukraine earlier.

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Let me show you this video.

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It features the former president

of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili -

0:24:250:24:27

who has a complex relationship with

Ukraine.

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Earlier the authorities

tried to detain him

0:24:290:24:32

at his flat in Kiev -

Mr Saakashvili then

0:24:320:24:34

got onto the roof -

and called his supporters.

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But he was captured.

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And pushed into a vehicle.

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By which time a big crowd

of his supporters had gathered.

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And Jonah Fisher was watching.

0:24:500:24:54

We believe he is inside that blew a

vehicle that, he was arrested by the

0:24:570:25:03

authorities this morning, his

supporters have turned out to make

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sure he does not go anywhere. We

have seen clashes for the last

0:25:070:25:11

couple of hours, Hebert gas has been

used by the security forces, and we

0:25:110:25:16

have a stand-off, the supporters

don't want to be taken... More

0:25:160:25:23

pepper gas. People have been trying

to reach his vehicle, the one trying

0:25:230:25:29

to take him away. To try to release

him, effectively.

0:25:290:25:34

Incredibly, he has been broken out

of his vehicle.

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A short addition of Outside Source

today, because next is coverage of

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the Turner prize, coming up shortly.

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