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was going to be fired with a vote of

no confidence tomorrow. History in

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the making, President Zuma has

resigned as president of South

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Africa. Hello, welcome to Outside

Source. It is over for South

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Africa's embattled president, Jacob

Zuma, who has just said in the last

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few minutes he will resign. Twin

scandals in golf the White House,

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one involving a pawn star, the other

an alleged wife-beater. The Kremlin

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won't confirm US air strikes killed

Russian mercenaries in Syria.

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Want to run faster?

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The solution could be doing one

simple thing: smile.

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We'll speak to the expert

who carried out the research.

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We have been waiting all day to hear

his statement, we have had it in

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just the last few minutes. The

embattled South African President

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Jacob Zuma has finally said he has

been compelled to resign as

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president of South Africa. He went

on national television half an hour

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ago, spoke to just about half an

hour, saying I have come to the

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decision to resign. This has

followed weeks of intense political

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pressure from his own party to stand

down. He addressed the nation a

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short while ago, let's listen to a

little of what he had to say.

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It is now public knowledge that the

National Executive Committee of the

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ANC resolved to recall me as the

president of the republic. I have

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also learned that before I respond

to the initial decision, a new

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decision has been made by the ANC,

whose effect is that I have now been

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compelled to resign by way of a

motion of no confidence, set down

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for tomorrow, 15th Avery 2018.

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So there we are, we are talking

about the final straw in this whole

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process that would have been a vote

of no confidence held in the South

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African parliament on Thursday

morning. That was the ultimatum, if

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he didn't step down by the end of

today that he would be facing that.

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So he left it right to the very end

of the day, nearly 11 o'clock South

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African time, finally saying he did

not fear a vote of no-confidence

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compete for that was the right way

that a president should be removed,

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if a president serving the time

under the Constitution, but then

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towards the end of the speech gave

those words that he will resign, and

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he had been under so much pressure

to resign. This is the ANC treasurer

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general, who were setting that

ultimatum to Jacob Zuma earlier

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today.

We can no longer wait beyond

today. We don't want to keep South

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Africa waiting. President Zuma at

some point will respond. The

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decision has been taken. It must be

implemented, so my message to the

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caucus today was that there must now

proceed and Parliamentary process.

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It has been a day of question marks.

We thought we would hear earlier in

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the day from Jacob Zuma, that was

moved, another couple of hours,

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moved again, then a nearly one long

rambling interview, asking the

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public to think that he has done

nothing wrong, wondering in AYA why

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he had been treated as a victim. But

right at the end of the evening in

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South Africa, just wondering

dash-mac -- just moments ago, Jacob

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Zuma officially giving notice that

he would resign. Here it is.

I have

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therefore come to the decision to

resign as president of the republic,

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with immediate effect. Even though I

disagree with the decision of the

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leadership of my organisation, I

have always been a disciplined

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member of the ANC. As I leave, I

will continue to serve the people of

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South Africa, as well as the ANC,

the organisation I have served all

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of my life.

Now the expectation is

that the deputy president and new

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leader of the ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa,

will now take the place of Jacob

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Zuma, and that that no-confidence

vote in the South African parliament

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will no longer be necessary. We will

bring you plenty more on this story

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as soon as we get it later on

Outside Source.

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Donald Trump's long-time personal

lawyer has admitted privately paying

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a porn star more than $100,000

a month before the US

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elections in 2016.

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We turn to Anthony Zurcher

for insight into US politics -

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I talked to him about

the new details in these story.

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SSOURCE

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What we heard today was confirmation

that payment had been made just

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weeks before the presidential

election. What we didn't hear from

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Michael Cohen, Donald Trump was

Makalio, was why he made it, but the

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Wall Street Journal reported last

month that the payment was made in

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exchange for a nondisclosure

agreement that Stormy Daniels signed

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that would prevent her from talking

about a 2006 affair she said she had

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with Donald Trump. We just heard

recently breaking news was that

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Stormy Daniels's personal manager

has said that because Michael Coen

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talk to the New York Times in the

story that she now is free from that

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nondisclosure agreement, something

that Coen hadn't confirmed, but she

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will be talking about the details of

this affair very soon. So I think

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the story is only just beginning to

get warmed up.

Wow, OK Anthony, stay

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with us. From the matter of the pawn

star to the matter of the alleged

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wife-beater. Robin Porter, the White

House staffer who resigned, he was

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allowed to serve as a top aide to

President Trump, even after his two

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ex-wives told the FBI he had

physically and emotionally abused

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them.

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Let's go back to Anthony. Do we know

what was known by the White House at

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the time this man was fired?

It has

been a shifting story, the White

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House had tried to save a just

learned about it last week but

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reports are that they have known

about it quite some time. This is

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from Christopher Ray, that they had

basically closed the investigation

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the middle of last year and finished

the file as recently as January. But

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all this information had been passed

on to the White House, including

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details about Rob Porter's spousal

abuse. Mr Porter himself had spoken

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with the White House about it, so

they had known that direction and in

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fact an ex-girlfriend of Rob Porter

Possum Akkad communicated with the

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White House counsel about her

concerns with Rob Porter in that

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position. So the fact they have been

shifting their story and moving away

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from the earlier assertions that

they acted clearly, I think it is a

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reflection of the fact that there is

a lack of confidence in the White

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House on how to deal with this. This

is the main reason why the story

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doesn't seem to be going away any

time soon.

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Let's return to southern Africa for

another story that has broken in the

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last couple of hours.

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Morgan Tsvangirai,

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the veteran Zimbabwean opposition

leader who fought Robert Mugabe's

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regime for many years, has died

after battling against cancer.

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Shingai Nyoka takes this

look back at his life.

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As a challenging one of Africa's

ruthless and shrewdest

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leaders, the odds were always

against Morgan Tsvangirai.

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What he lacked in

formal education and

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liberation war history come he made

up for in boldness, and his

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popularity soared.

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As leader of the trade

unions, he led the largest

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anti-government protests

since independence, cutting

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the unions's traditional

ties with government.

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Disillusioned with the defector

1-party state and a biting economy,

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Zimbabweans were ready

for an alternative.

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The MDC was born, in contrast

to Mr Mugabe's exclusionary

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politics, Mr Tsvangirai

welcomed everybody.

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President Tsvangirai managed

to bring together the

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students, the workers, farmers,

traditional leaders, war veterans,

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business people.

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Stunned by his popularity,

the response was

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visceral.

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With endless arrests,

beatings and an assassination

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attempt and treason charges.

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President Mugabe suffered his first

ever defeat at the poles to Mr

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Tsvangirai, who later pulled out

of the run-off because of vote

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rigging and violence.

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He did not want to do the cheat,

which was then advanced to

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Morgan, he would have been

president in that time.

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I, Morgan Richard Tsvangirai...

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Many were therefore disappointed

when he agreed to serve

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under Mr Mugabe in a

power-sharing agreement.

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In the following elections,

he lost heavily.

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He blamed rigging.

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His critics said he had lost

credibility, abandoned his

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working-class lifestyle.

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Ultimately it wasn't Robert Mugabe

or the numerous parties split that

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ended his career, but: cancer.

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He failed to unseat

Mr Mugabe, but many

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here will remember Morgan Tsvangirai

as the working class hero, whose

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fight for democracy triggered

the end of the Mugabe era.

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If you are just joining us, let's

bring you the development from South

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Africa just in the last 20 minutes

or so, Jacob Zuma, after weeks of

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pressure from his own party, has

resigned. In a long half-hour speech

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he gave to the nation just about 11

o'clock local time, he resigned,

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saying he had come to the decision

to resign. He will not now face that

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vote of no confidence in parliament.

We will have more on that in a few

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minutes time.

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Stay with us on Outside Source -

still to come...

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What does this Olympic gold

medallist believe makes him cross

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the finish line faster?

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A clue - we can all do it -

I'll explain - next.

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The Democratic Unionists say there's

"no current prospect" of a return

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to devolved government

in Northern Ireland and called

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on the Westminster government

to start making policy decisions.

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The DUP has been trying to hammer

out a deal with Sinn Fein to end

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a 13-month political crisis,

but they remain deadlocked

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on the issue of the Irish language.

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Both sides at Stormont

blamed each other for

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the breakdown of the talks.

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I think it is unfortunate that we

haven't been able to reach a

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successful conclusion to the talks

at this time. It is by far our

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preference that Northern Ireland be

governed by locally elected and

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locally accountable ministers. That

remains our aim, we will continue to

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work for that.

We did and had an

accommodation with the DUP, in terms

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of all the issues which are

well-known to you all. The DUP

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failed to close on that deal, and on

the accommodation, which we have

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found.

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This is Outside Source live

from the BBC newsroom.

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Our top story...

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South Africa's political

crisis comes to a head -

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President Zuma in the last few

minutes says he is resigning. Other

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stories from around the BBC.

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The Danish royal family has

announced that Prince Henrik,

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the husband of Queen

Margrethe, has died.

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He was 83 and had been

suffering from dementia.

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Prince Henrik married

Princess Margrethe in 1967

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and they had two sons.

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A group of 15 Latin American

nations have criticised

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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro

for his decision to call

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a presidential election.

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The 'Lima Group' of nations

says that with so many

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political prisoners,

elections cannot be free nor fair.

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More on BBC Mundo.

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A US judge has thrown

out a copyright case

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against Taylor Swift over her use

of the phrase "haters gonna hate".

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Songwriters Sean Hall

and Nathan Butler argued

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that her single Shake It Off stole

from their song - Playas Gon' Play.

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The judge said the

phrase is too banal.

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The development has finally come

just before 11 o'clock local time,

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Jacob Zuma, South Africa's embattled

president, gave a speech to the

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nation, and has announced his

resignation. Let's go over to

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Pretoria. It was a long time coming,

but he has finally resigned.

It

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certainly has, and just in that last

few moments that we saw the

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president, a big sense in the speech

of not knowing exactly where it was

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going, very mixed messages in that

speech, but the end the President

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did seem to get a bit choked up,

especially when he changed to speak

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Zulu, when he used that opportunity

to directly address South Africans,

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saying that everything he has done

was out of his love for South Africa

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and for the ANC, and that he

believed that if he did come short

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essentially asking for people's

understanding. It has been a long

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road to get here, and a big surprise

to a lot of people that it took the

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ANC finally depression out of power.

Remind us why they got to this

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point, why we are seeing the South

African president stepping down

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before the end of his official term?

Well, at the heart of that are

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reports of corruption, linked to a

wealthy business family here known

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as the Guptas. The draw is a very

disillusioned jibber the president,

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and they are accused of using their

friendship to gain access to

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billions of dollars worth of

government contracts, allegations

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that they of course have designed --

denied and the president. But

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increasingly the ANC has become

restless about this friendship, and

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close to the elections we are

looking towards in 2019, have felt

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that the president has become a

divisive figure within the party,

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somebody who might even cost them

the election exchange, and he needed

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to go any needed to be now.

The

ultimatum came with that threat of a

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vote of no-confidence the South

African parliament tomorrow. It

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really did go all the way, didn't

it, pretty much?

It certainly did,

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and this is quintessential zoomer

style, really leaving things down to

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the wire. During the course of the

day it really felt like a showdown

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between President Jacob Zuma and his

followers comrades, and he did, when

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he was addressing the nation a short

while ago, make reference to that

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motion of no confidence, saying he

does not fear it firstly, so he is

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not stepping down because he is

afraid to get a parliament, because

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that is an avenue the ANC can

explore, but rather he doesn't want

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blood to be spilled in his name, and

the leaders disagree with the

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decision the ANC has taken, he is

willing to bow out. But a big sense

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that the president does feel

misunderstood, perhaps even

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betrayed, by his comrades.

And what

happens now, now that President Zuma

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has stood down? Will Cyril Ramaphosa

immediately take his place?

That

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would be the plan. The next thing is

to work out who will fill in the

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post of deputy president. It all

become slightly less true Matic

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because that vote of no confidence

falls away. The ANC has also just

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announced their acceptance of the

President's resignation, so then

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moves to a process of this Friday,

where they are planning to have the

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new president give the state of the

nation address. But as we wake up

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tomorrow, we could be very much

waking up to a new president in

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South Africa.

So many twists and

turns that finally that develop and

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that Jacob Zuma has announced his

resignation.

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The latest inflation numbers

from the world's biggest economy

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surprised markets today.

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Consumer Prices in the United States

rose faster than expected

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in January, bouncing by 0.5%.

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Economists were expecting a rise...

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...of just 0.3%.

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Investors are worried this

could prompt the central bank

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to raise interest rates

faster than expected.

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Yogita Limaye is in New York.

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What is behind this?

Well, I think

you have seen a pretty strong US

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economy in the past few months. You

have seen economic growth is

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steadily going up, but also the last

them is that we had, especially on

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jobs, as well as on wage growth,

that were strong as well. So wage

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growth was faster than expected, and

the number of jobs has actually been

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at the lowest point it has in 17

years, sorry, no number of jobs,

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unemployment has been at the lowest

point in 17 years. So that is the

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reason why we are seeing this kind

of inflation. Traders were really

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bracing themselves as to what would

happen because this number was

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raised before markets opened today,

and when there are fears, and we saw

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this today, that interest rates will

rise faster here in the US, we saw

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how markets reacted. They fell very

steeply, last week, so a lot of

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people were expecting that happen.

It hasn't happened. One of the

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reasons for that, traders as well as

analysts are saying, is perhaps the

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markets have factored that income in

a sense.

What we think the Federal

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Reserve might do now?

Their meeting

is not until March. They have

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already said that they believe that

they need to gradually increase

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interest rates here in the US. The

expectation has been that there

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would be about two or three interest

rate rises this year, and we will

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have to wait until March to see what

indication they give us. It is I

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have to say widely anticipated as

well that there will be a rate rise

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when they meet in March.

Thank you

very much.

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Valentine's Day is a ponderous, but

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has another string to its bow. The

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than $5 billion every year. There

are even apps that have few to find

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Tender, yes.

I have been known to

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I have used tinder

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that I deleted it.

We have all been

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vain.

Many of the traditional dating

websites try to bag you that special

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someone by asking you about your

personal preferences. And while

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experts agree that online dating is

good at widening the overall pool,

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is more day to relieve the solution

to finding Mr or Mrs right?

The

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research is now clear that using

individual level information,

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personality, values, preferences, to

try to predict who will be

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compatible in the future is a losing

game.

So if data isn't helping, how

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else can apps be used to track down

our soul mates? One firm thinks it

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has the answer, and they think true

love is all about chemistry.

I am

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one of the co-founders and the CEO

of Paramore.

I am Chief scientific

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officer and co-founder. Paramore is

a dating apps that matches singles

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based on their genetics and meta

data from social media.

We send you

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a kit, extract the portion from your

cheek cells that in codes for your

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DNA, and this way you would be of to

look at who you'd be chemically and

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biologically attracted to.

DNA is

not everything, but that pheromones

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is what love at first sight is all

about.

Let's take you to a

0:21:310:21:35

developing story that has been going

on for a while, the scene of a

0:21:350:21:39

school shooting in Florida. The

police say that the gunmen they

0:21:390:21:45

believe are still on the loose. This

was footage from a bit earlier,

0:21:450:21:53

students leaving their classes in a

very formal manner. Police still

0:21:530:21:58

continuing their investigation.

There are casualties, according to

0:21:580:22:02

the local authorities there in

Florida, and we will bring new

0:22:020:22:05

developments on that as we get them

here. Now, before you put on your

0:22:050:22:10

running shoes tomorrow morning

perhaps, here is a tip. Smile.

0:22:100:22:15

Researchers have found that

grinning while you are out

0:22:150:22:17

on the pavement will help actually

make our efforts feel easier.

0:22:170:22:20

Don't believe me?

0:22:200:22:21

Well - this man, Kenyan

marathon runner Eliud

0:22:210:22:23

Kipchoge, is an advocate.

0:22:230:22:24

He reckons that smiling in those

last few miles of race helps him

0:22:240:22:27

cross the finish line faster.

0:22:270:22:30

Well, I tried it this morning

on my run, and I can tell you that

0:22:300:22:34

I think it might work.

0:22:340:22:35

Earlier I spoke to the lead

researcher, Noel Brick.

0:22:350:22:42

Yes, so this was a study with did

with 24 club level runners. We

0:22:420:22:46

basically have them run for six

minute blocks, even smiling,

0:22:460:22:54

frowning or grimacing, trying to

consciously relax or just maintain

0:22:540:22:56

their normal thoughts. What we found

was when runners were smiling, they

0:22:560:23:01

were about 2.8% more efficient than

when they were frowning, and also it

0:23:010:23:06

felt a little bit easier.

So nearly

3% over the course of a competitive

0:23:060:23:11

marathon is a fair chunk of time

off. Hiya yes, 2.8% improvement in

0:23:110:23:16

efficiency would probably equate to

about 2% in a marathon, so for a

0:23:160:23:21

four hour marathon runner,

potentially it could be about three

0:23:210:23:25

minutes of their time, if they save

energy in their way. What is going

0:23:250:23:30

on physiologically that makes the

difference, do you think?

We think

0:23:300:23:34

is happening is when we smile and

experience a positive, pleasant

0:23:340:23:41

emotional state like that, we become

more relaxed, and a relaxed run is

0:23:410:23:44

an efficient runner. We think by

smiling people in our study relaxed

0:23:440:23:49

and were more efficient as a result.

So it is having a change in your

0:23:490:23:53

demeanour, even if you are not

provoked a smile by the actual

0:23:530:23:58

experience of running?

Yes, and as

you mentioned earlier, some top

0:23:580:24:03

level runners use it you mention

one, he has said in interviews it is

0:24:030:24:10

a very deliberate strategy to relax

when he is really suffering at the

0:24:100:24:14

end stages of a marathon, and it

seems to work for him. He is Olympic

0:24:140:24:19

champion.

I tried this out on

particularly hilly part of my run.

0:24:190:24:24

Apart from feeling self-conscious, I

have to say something felt a bit

0:24:240:24:27

different. You are a runner as well,

you have tried it out, what is it do

0:24:270:24:33

for you?

Similar to you, I think,

and by the way I may be the worst

0:24:330:24:37

person to ask, I may have a certain

bias to believe that it will work

0:24:370:24:41

for me, but it does make my run feel

a bit easier and certainly feel a

0:24:410:24:44

bit more pleasant, and certainly at

the stage is where I am beginning to

0:24:440:24:50

suffer, and I do feel tired,

fatigue, bored even sometimes, it

0:24:500:24:53

can be a useful strategy to try.

Do

you have any recommendations on how

0:24:530:24:58

big a smile it has to be, and could

it help us get through other tasks,

0:24:580:25:02

doing something like smiling,

through things that are difficult?

0:25:020:25:07

Yes, it is a really good question.

What we suggested in our study and

0:25:070:25:11

what we found was probably the most

of all things that it was a real

0:25:110:25:15

smile, and individual enjoyment

smile. Whether it works for other

0:25:150:25:22

sports, we're not sure. If the same

mechanism applies, the written a

0:25:220:25:27

reason why it couldn't be effective

for cyclists and other injuries

0:25:270:25:31

athletes.

Smiling through the pain.

Let's update you on what we have

0:25:310:25:35

heard out of South Africa in the

last half hour or so. South African

0:25:350:25:41

President Jacob Zuma has announced

his resignation in a long speech, in

0:25:410:25:46

which he seemed quite emotional at

times. He said he had come to the

0:25:460:25:49

decision to resign, after a huge

amount of pressure from his own

0:25:490:25:54

party, the African National

Congress. Thank you for watching.

0:25:540:25:58

Back in a few minutes.

0:25:580:26:08

A lot

0:26:090:26:11

A lot of heat and a lot of energy in

0:26:090:26:11

A lot of heat and a lot of energy in

the tropical were specific which has

0:26:110:26:13

produced a lot of wind and rain.

Most of it has come from this major

0:26:130:26:17

cyclone, Cyclone Gita. Lovely

picture on the satellite but you

0:26:170:26:21

would not want to be underneath

that. It battered Tonga and Maury

0:26:210:26:24

Sunli Fiji, gusts of 170 mph. It is

now moving just to the south of new

0:26:240:26:31

Caledonia and over the next few days

we will see the winds easing to a

0:26:310:26:34

certain extent, and eventually that

wet windy weather could sweep down

0:26:340:26:37

towards New Zealand, early next

week. That is something to watch out

0:26:370:26:41

for certainly. By this stage on

Saturday we are looking at this area

0:26:410:26:47

of wind and rain, which could be a

cyclone across the north of

0:26:470:26:50

Australia, to the north of Port

Headland. It will release during

0:26:500:26:54

from the winds along the coast and

intensify the already wet weather we

0:26:540:26:57

have seen here.

0:26:570:26:59

Heat building across the interior,

it has been 45 degrees, building

0:27:020:27:05

towards Queensland. Through the

tropical belt, this area of cloud,

0:27:050:27:14

this was tropical storm Sambu. It

brought over 200 millimetres of

0:27:140:27:16

rain, some flooding out of the

Philippines. What is left of this

0:27:160:27:22

system will be tracking through the

South China Sea, weakening further

0:27:220:27:26

that still being the potential for

some heavy rain, clipping southern

0:27:260:27:30

parts of Vietnam by the end of

Friday. Some warm and wet weather

0:27:300:27:34

around here. Head northwards,

though, and things are very

0:27:340:27:37

different. To the north of this band

of cloud, we have some cold air

0:27:370:27:42

across the Korean peninsula and into

Japan. It has been very windy as

0:27:420:27:47

well and are still very windy across

northern parts of on shoot and

0:27:470:27:50

Hokkaido in Japan. For the Korean

peninsula, it looks like it will

0:27:500:27:56

generally be dried. We have had

rough weather for the Alpine event

0:27:560:28:05

at the Winter Olympics will stop

this is the Mountain forecast,

0:28:050:28:08

called on Saturday, very much milder

on Saturday that the Windsor -- on

0:28:080:28:11

Sunday. Much lighter winds for those

events going ahead on Sunday. Let's

0:28:110:28:22

move into Europe, some wet and windy

weather across the eastern

0:28:220:28:24

Mediterranean, some snow over the

high ground, and we have also got

0:28:240:28:27

somewhere to whether fishing away

from the UK into central Europe on

0:28:270:28:31

Thursday. That will bring some snow

for a while, as it but into the

0:28:310:28:38

colder air, something much milder

across France, those temperatures

0:28:380:28:43

slowly recovering in Iberia. That

weather front will continue to push

0:28:430:28:47

its woods across Europe. Less cold

in the south, but the big picture,

0:28:470:28:56

the long-range forecast, is on the

way a little later.

0:28:560:28:59

Hello, I'm Karin Giannone,

welcome to Outside Source,

0:30:100:30:12

and these are the main stories

here in the BBC Newsroom.

0:30:120:30:14

America's top intelligence

agencies have been

0:30:140:30:15

I have therefore come to the

decision to resign as president of

0:31:300:31:33

the republic with immediate effect.

Even though I disagree with the

0:31:330:31:44

decision of the leadership, of my

organisation, I have always been a

0:31:440:31:54

disciplined member of the ANC. As I

leave, I will continue to serve the

0:31:540:32:03

people of South Africa as well as

the ANC, the organisation I have

0:32:030:32:14

surfed all of my life.

President

Zuma announcing his resignation in

0:32:140:32:19

the last hour. Another developing

story we're going to update you on.

0:32:190:32:27

Out of the US. A gunman has opened

fire at a school in Florida, we

0:32:270:32:33

believe killing and above people.

The high school in Parkland is in

0:32:330:32:38

lockdown and has issued a code red.

Let's speak to Patricia from BBC

0:32:380:32:45

Monday oh. She's in Florida. -- BBC

Mundo.

The county sheriff department

0:32:450:32:57

office just confirmed there are at

least 14 victims as a product of

0:32:570:33:03

this apparent shooting at the

school. And they have been

0:33:030:33:09

transported to two hospitals. The

shooter is now in custody of the

0:33:090:33:14

authorities.

The news the shooter

was still on the loose has been

0:33:140:33:18

updated. They have somebody in

custody.

Yes. It's been updated

0:33:180:33:23

about 20 minutes ago. This whole

incident started about an hour, an

0:33:230:33:30

hour and a half ago, when the police

received reports of victims and an

0:33:300:33:34

active shooter in the Marjorie Stone

high school in parklands. One hour

0:33:340:33:40

and a half north of Miami.

We saw

those pictures of students filing

0:33:400:33:47

out of the school in rows, it must

have been a terrifying experience

0:33:470:33:51

for them. Yes. We've heard some

students have been speaking to local

0:33:510:33:58

media and that at first they thought

it was a drill because earlier in

0:33:580:34:03

the school day they listened to some

construction movement outside of the

0:34:030:34:07

school. What we saw from helicopter

images was they were being evacuated

0:34:070:34:11

in small groups. They looked very

frightened and we saw some

0:34:110:34:17

ambulances taking care of what may

have been victims of this incident.

0:34:170:34:24

Sadly school shootings are not a

rarity in America.

No, this happens

0:34:240:34:31

quite often in the United States.

What we see from the reports of

0:34:310:34:35

local media is that students here

especially in the public high school

0:34:350:34:41

district all over the US are quite

prepared to run away from situations

0:34:410:34:46

like this and protect themselves

until the authorities take care of

0:34:460:34:49

it.

Patricia joining us from Florida

with the latest detail, thank you

0:34:490:34:54

very much. Berra we've been talking

about two places in Syria a lot, a

0:34:540:35:05

suburb of the capital Damascus has

been under siege since 2013 but for

0:35:050:35:10

the first time in three months and

aid convoy has entered the rebel

0:35:100:35:15

held enclave delivering food and

medical supplies for over 7000. It

0:35:150:35:20

is thought 400,000 people are stuck

in the district. The other place,

0:35:200:35:25

where at least two Russians were

killed during US air strikes a week

0:35:250:35:29

ago, the Kremlin has denied

knowledge of Russian mercenaries

0:35:290:35:31

fighting in Syria.

0:35:310:35:33

What we know at the moment is at

least two deaths, two people were

0:35:360:35:42

killed, two Russian citizens killed

in the air strike. Other journalists

0:35:420:35:47

also confirmed six other deaths,

eight people allegedly killed during

0:35:470:35:53

the air strike. All allegedly

members of a private military

0:35:530:35:58

company, it's not registered.

Private military companies are

0:35:580:36:00

illegal in Russia but this group is

known to have operated in Syria for

0:36:000:36:06

quite a while already, they started

in 2013. Allegedly, according to

0:36:060:36:13

sources who know the situation, they

moved to East in Ukraine and helped

0:36:130:36:17

pro-Russian separatists. In 2015

when Russia officially started its

0:36:170:36:22

operations in Syria, they are

officially started to help pro-Assad

0:36:220:36:27

forces. It's not the first

casualties of the Wagner group, but

0:36:270:36:32

this is supposed to be the biggest

single loss, the biggest loss which

0:36:320:36:36

happened at one moment over that big

period of time.

To Barack, a country

0:36:360:36:44

trying to rebuild after the

devastating war with so-called

0:36:440:36:47

Islamic State. $30 billion has been

pledged to help in the form of

0:36:470:36:51

financial donations from

infrastructure and trade deals from

0:36:510:36:53

countries around the world. That is

a lot of money. It falls well short

0:36:530:36:59

of the $88 billion in Baghdad

wanted. The donations were promised

0:36:590:37:03

at a conference in Kuwait in doubt

helping Iraq rebuild. Here is the

0:37:030:37:06

United Nations Secretary General.

It's not only the physical return,

0:37:060:37:13

it's the reintegration and

re-conciliation within communities

0:37:130:37:18

in order to be able for life to

start normally. And for violent

0:37:180:37:22

extremism not to be reborn. We don't

only want to reconstruct physically,

0:37:220:37:29

we want to rebuild society and to

rebuild society, we need to

0:37:290:37:33

strengthen the links among

communities and create conditions

0:37:330:37:36

for the stability of the country. If

not, you're building one day to

0:37:360:37:42

destroy the next.

74 countries are

pledging donations and investments.

0:37:420:37:48

Iraq could struggle to get many

more. It's the tenth most corrupt

0:37:480:37:52

country in the world according to

transparency International. Here is

0:37:520:37:58

our correspondent.

Turkey has been

the most generous with $5 billion of

0:37:580:38:03

investment and loans to Iraq. The

hosting country, Kuwait, has pledged

0:38:030:38:10

two million dollars in loans and

investment. What is different here

0:38:100:38:13

unlike other donors conference, this

conference has focused on investment

0:38:130:38:19

and most of the pledges coming from

the countries have been investment

0:38:190:38:23

opportunities or loans. The

conference is over and it is now the

0:38:230:38:28

turn to see how these pledges will

translate to projects that will make

0:38:280:38:34

more than 2 million Iraqi displaced

people going back to their homes.

0:38:340:38:39

We brought you a story published in

a Malaysian newspaper which listed

0:38:400:38:46

how to spot gay people. You may

remember it said gay men like to

0:38:460:38:49

wear tight clothes to show off their

six-packs, have adopted brothers,

0:38:490:38:55

adore beards, moustaches and branded

clothes. It had lesbians hate men

0:38:550:39:00

and enjoy belittling them, love to

spend time alone and enjoy hugging

0:39:000:39:04

and holding hands. Remember,

homosexuality is illegal in

0:39:040:39:07

Malaysia. The article has prompted a

backlash from the LGBT community

0:39:070:39:12

worldwide, including the British

actor, singer and self-made gay icon

0:39:120:39:17

John Barrowman who posted this on

his Instagram right after seeing the

0:39:170:39:20

story yesterday an Outside Source.

Good afternoon everybody, we just

0:39:200:39:25

saw an article on the BBC news

report about the article that came

0:39:250:39:30

out in a Malaysian newspaper.

Everybody's pussyfooting around the

0:39:300:39:35

whole situation. It's an article

there to incite violence, totally

0:39:350:39:38

incite violence against LGBTQ

people. And for those of you who are

0:39:380:39:45

LGBTQ and in a Malaysian, more

strength to you and support from

0:39:450:39:48

over here and is your brothers and

sisters around the world. We need to

0:39:480:39:54

help you fight this and in ways in

which to do it, we have to think

0:39:540:39:59

about, we can't let this kind of

thing happen.

That is John Barrowman

0:39:590:40:03

responding to the story we ran an

Outside Source yesterday. Of course

0:40:030:40:08

we love hearing your thoughts. If

you want to get in touch, the

0:40:080:40:13

hashtag is... #BBCOS. Britain's

Foreign Secretary has argued it

0:40:130:40:28

would be a disaster to stop the

process of withdrawing from the

0:40:280:40:31

youth. In a policy speech in London

Boris Johnson said he had recognised

0:40:310:40:35

the feelings of grief and alienation

among those who wanted Britain to

0:40:350:40:38

remain in the EU but said it was the

duty of the government to tackle

0:40:380:40:41

fears about security and economy and

he asked people to think positive.

0:40:410:40:47

If we are to carry this project

through to national success, as we

0:40:470:40:52

must, we must also reach out to

those who still have anxieties. I

0:40:520:40:58

want today to anatomise at least

some of the fears and show to the

0:40:580:41:06

best of my ability that these fears

can be allayed, and that the very

0:41:060:41:11

opposite is true, that Brexit can be

grounds for much more hope than

0:41:110:41:17

fear.

The BBC has correspondents all

over Europe, we turn to them to

0:41:170:41:23

explain what other countries want to

hear from Europe over Brexit. First,

0:41:230:41:27

Paris, where Emmanuel Macron wants

to retain a strong relationship with

0:41:270:41:30

the UK. But on the EU's terms.

He in

France the good news on Brexit is

0:41:300:41:35

that a response to preserve a good

working relationship with London. It

0:41:350:41:41

is important in all sorts of areas

notably security and defence. It

0:41:410:41:45

doesn't mean Paris is being an easy

pun in the Brexit negotiations,

0:41:450:41:49

quite the contrary. President Macron

has made clear in more than one

0:41:490:41:53

occasion that in the city there will

be no preferential arrangements. If

0:41:530:41:56

you want to be part of the club, pay

the fees. Overriding everything is

0:41:560:42:02

not good or bad feeling, simply the

world and confusion. France doesn't

0:42:020:42:06

know how to react to react to the

British position on Brexit because

0:42:060:42:10

France doesn't know what the British

position on Brexit actually is.

0:42:100:42:14

Theresa May will be hoping to find a

new negotiating partner in Poland.

0:42:140:42:19

The government has supported some of

deal for Britain but at this point

0:42:190:42:23

Warsaw is walking the Uihlein.

London and the government in Warsaw

0:42:230:42:28

have good relations. In fact Downing

Street thought Poland might break

0:42:280:42:31

away from the EU consensus. That

hasn't happened. Warsaw has already

0:42:310:42:37

achieved its main Brexit goals.

Securing the rights of polls now

0:42:370:42:43

living in the UK and maintaining the

current EU budget. What it now wants

0:42:430:42:47

is a trading relationship that gives

certainty to Polish businesses.

0:42:470:42:52

Poland is arguing with the EU on

many issues. On Brexit it's sticking

0:42:520:42:58

to Brussels line.

What about

Germany. Angela Merkel may have been

0:42:580:43:03

preoccupied by coalition talks over

recent months but when it comes to

0:43:030:43:06

Brexit her message has been clear.

Berlin is very very unlikely to

0:43:060:43:11

shift from its basic stance on

Brexit and that is this: if Britain

0:43:110:43:16

wants access to the single market,

it will have two preserve freedom of

0:43:160:43:20

movement. It's not going to change.

Secondly what is unchanging is the

0:43:200:43:26

broader view in Germany on Brexit.

Britain matters to Germany and

0:43:260:43:34

particularly to the very important

business lobby. That relationship is

0:43:340:43:38

key, considered crucial. What

matters more here in Germany of

0:43:380:43:41

course is holding together the

future integrity of the European

0:43:410:43:45

Union.

Jenny Hill. If you have an

Amazon Alexa you might want to

0:43:450:43:51

switch it off for the next story. A

TV commercial as automatically

0:43:510:43:56

ordered cat food for a UK viewer by

accidentally activating the Amazon

0:43:560:43:59

Alexa Smart speaker in their living

room. In case you don't know it's a

0:43:590:44:04

voice activated device, you can ask

it to play music, search the

0:44:040:44:08

Internet and order things. Let's

show you the advert that caused the

0:44:080:44:12

issue.

Alexa, reorder Purina beyond

cat food.

Order confirmed.

The

0:44:120:44:24

viewer cancelled the order and

complained about the commercial but

0:44:240:44:27

the advertising standards authority

says it doesn't breach broadcasting

0:44:270:44:30

codes. But it's not the first time

this has happened, last year in the

0:44:300:44:34

US a newsreader's voice was picked

up by a number of Smart speakers and

0:44:340:44:39

they ordered dolls houses and tins

of cookies. Let's go to Sydney and

0:44:390:44:45

talk to Charlie Brown. What do you

make of all this?

It's really a slow

0:44:450:44:53

march forward to a new age of how we

ordered goods. We want the

0:44:530:44:57

convenience of being able to order

by voice and it is a convenient way

0:44:570:45:01

of doing it. Unfortunately we'll

have to see a few slippages along

0:45:010:45:05

the way. When we look at how we

purchased goods traditionally, went

0:45:050:45:11

to the store, bought them, then

moved to the Internet, then apps,

0:45:110:45:14

then voice. In the near future we'll

use cameras and beacons in our

0:45:140:45:18

pantries and refrigerators that have

the ability to order food

0:45:180:45:24

automatically as it used up. This

isn't the first example we'll into a

0:45:240:45:27

few problems, but I think having one

issue out of hundreds of thousands

0:45:270:45:33

of millions of people that use Alexa

globally, it's a good strike rate so

0:45:330:45:38

far.

I believe there are controls or

parental controls you can put into

0:45:380:45:43

effect on the Alexa to try to stop

this sort of thing from happening.

0:45:430:45:47

There are. The way you order by

Alexa is is because the instruction

0:45:470:45:55

or the order and Alexa repeated back

to you, then you have to confirm it.

0:45:550:46:01

-- repeat it back. That method of

ordering is built in. But also Alexa

0:46:010:46:07

and other voice engagement services

like Google home and that kind of

0:46:070:46:10

thing, they can take a voice print

of your voice, so the kids can't

0:46:100:46:13

come up and pretend to be Hugh and

order some presents, that kind of

0:46:130:46:17

thing. -- pretend to be you. They

are building safeguards in. I think

0:46:170:46:25

we'll see a few more examples of

this along the way somehow.

It

0:46:250:46:29

wouldn't surprise me. I wonder how

unnerving you think it is to have

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these devices in our homes listening

all the time, could they be

0:46:330:46:38

considered spyware?

They actually

are spyware when you look at the

0:46:380:46:43

mechanism of how they work. We've

had listening devices in our home

0:46:430:46:47

way before voice controlled

speakers. Our smartphones have a

0:46:470:46:51

microphone and the ability to listen

to us. It's the app that decides

0:46:510:46:57

whether it is listening and

engaging. These speakers are a new

0:46:570:47:02

example. More frightening because

the response is more instantaneous.

0:47:020:47:04

I know people that put their phones

inside containers in what we call

0:47:040:47:10

faraday cages which don't allow

frequencies to transmit through

0:47:100:47:13

them. When they start meetings for

example, they are so worried about

0:47:130:47:17

the listening ability of our tech

devices, TV, fridges, that kind of

0:47:170:47:22

thing are coming in, they will all

do the same. The important thing to

0:47:220:47:25

remember is you understand the

privacy policies associated with the

0:47:250:47:30

products you are using and how the

technology works.

Thank you very

0:47:300:47:33

much. Let's go to but more in the

US. For 11 days the city has gone

0:47:330:47:44

without a homicide, its longest

streak without a murder for four

0:47:440:47:47

years. It began with a community

ceasefire initiative starting on the

0:47:470:47:51

2nd of February. Let's show you the

group, the Baltimore ceasefire 365,

0:47:510:47:59

locals desperate for a reprieve from

the violence. Streak ended with the

0:47:590:48:03

death of a young man shot the chest

on Tuesday, however. Baltimore has

0:48:030:48:08

one of the highest homicide rate in

the US, 26 people were killed there

0:48:080:48:13

in January alone. The last time it

had ten days without a murder was in

0:48:130:48:18

March 2014. The BBC's correspondent

has been following the story and

0:48:180:48:23

joins me from Washington. How

remarkable is this?

Is pretty big

0:48:230:48:29

deal, this is a city that is

exhausted by homicide. Last year

0:48:290:48:34

they had a murder almost every

single day and to have a reprieve

0:48:340:48:37

like this was a big relief for a lot

of people. They were hoping for a

0:48:370:48:43

weekend long ceasefire and it ended

up being technically 12 days long.

0:48:430:48:47

This was a big accomplishment, a big

deal for people in Baltimore. Sadly

0:48:470:48:50

it ended but it is still worth

noting.

Tell us why Baltimore has

0:48:500:48:55

such a problem with violence.

I

think it is a multifaceted problem.

0:48:550:49:03

Just one aspect, last year 88% of

the homicides were committed with a

0:49:030:49:08

firearm, so illegal firearms are

gigantic problem in Baltimore. There

0:49:080:49:11

is also a problem with poverty, with

the education system, however far

0:49:110:49:16

back you want to trace it. There is

also a policing problem, the

0:49:160:49:19

community doesn't trust its police

force. A very big corruption trial

0:49:190:49:25

ended in Baltimore this week which

brought to light a lot of Baltimore

0:49:250:49:28

residents have been saying about

their own police force, they don't

0:49:280:49:32

trust them, with information, when

somebody's killed they don't report

0:49:320:49:35

everything they know because they

fear the organisation themselves.

0:49:350:49:38

How strong was the feeling of the

people who set up this group to get

0:49:380:49:42

Baltimore to have murder free days?

It was really palpable, one of the

0:49:420:49:49

co-founders of ceasefire who I met

and spend time with, Erica

0:49:490:49:52

Bridgeford, is a force of nature.

She is desperate to give the people

0:49:520:49:57

she cares about in the city a break

from this violence, but also has a

0:49:570:50:01

clear eye about how difficult the

task is. She takes these homicides

0:50:010:50:06

to hard. The first Baltimore

ceasefire weekend I joined her on,

0:50:060:50:09

when somebody was killed in the

ceasefire was broken, she cried at

0:50:090:50:13

the scene even though she didn't

know him. They care about this

0:50:130:50:16

mission. They've called for a new

ceasefire in May.

How does this

0:50:160:50:22

compare to the situation in

Baltimore, to other cities around

0:50:220:50:26

the United States?

Baltimore is one

of the highest per capita homicide

0:50:260:50:31

rates. We hear about Chicago but

Baltimore's per capita rate is

0:50:310:50:37

worse, it's worse in the city of

syllabus Missouri only. It's right

0:50:370:50:40

there at the top. Gun violence is a

huge problem. People don't feel

0:50:400:50:46

safe, they fear gangs in the street

and fear their own police force.

0:50:460:50:51

They are trapped in no man's land to

a certain extent.

Thank you very

0:50:510:50:56

much. The Winter Olympics are still

going on in Seoul, let's take you

0:50:560:51:04

through some of the main stories.

The first one involves this short

0:51:040:51:09

track speed skater disqualified for

grade Piero after finishing second.

0:51:090:51:17

She was awarded bronze. Almost

immediately she started receiving

0:51:170:51:23

online comments. Many abusive or

threatening. The Canadian Olympic

0:51:230:51:27

Committee has come to her defence,

it says the health, safety and

0:51:270:51:31

security of all our team members is

our top priority and as such we are

0:51:310:51:36

working closely with speed skating.

South Korea has approved a plan to

0:51:360:51:45

pay for the cost of hosting North

Korea's delegation. There are just

0:51:450:51:52

22 athletes competing, the entire

delegation has more than 400 people

0:51:520:51:56

in it and part of that is their

cheerleading squad. We've got this

0:51:560:51:59

look at the team.

0:51:590:52:05

The North Korean propaganda machine

is huge, but it's normally used

0:52:060:52:09

within the country. To big up the

personal reputation of this guy, the

0:52:090:52:12

country's leader, Kim Jong-un. But

over the last few days, the

0:52:120:52:21

machine's most colourful part has

hit the big time. The North Koreans

0:52:210:52:28

have sent 22 athletes to the Winter

games in South Korea. But they've

0:52:280:52:33

sent a whopping 230 member cheer

team. It is their first global

0:52:330:52:38

appearance. They're making quite a

show, one that is pretty different

0:52:380:52:45

from that of their country's

militaristic leader. The

0:52:450:52:50

cheerleaders are in their 20s and

30s and have been trained from a

0:52:500:52:54

young age. The women are sometimes

referred to as Kim's army of

0:52:540:52:59

beauties and his wife was once part

of the so-called cheer squad. They

0:52:590:53:03

are chosen because of their looks,

height and family background.

0:53:030:53:07

Loyalty to the cause is paramount,

according to one defector, who said

0:53:070:53:10

their job was to conquer with a

smile. More than South Korea are

0:53:100:53:16

bitterly divided. But the two

nations are performing together at

0:53:160:53:21

the games. The chip eaters aren't

having quite the desired effect on

0:53:210:53:27

the medal table yet, though. The

Korean women's hockey team boss 8-0

0:53:270:53:32

to Sweden. The real question is

whether these displays of unity

0:53:320:53:37

could have a lasting impact outside

the sporting arena.

0:53:370:53:41

I want to bring you a story about a

small medieval town in Slovakia that

0:53:420:53:46

is capturing hearts this Valentine's

Day. You've probably never heard of

0:53:460:53:52

this town it's been attracting

couples for years because of its

0:53:520:53:56

treasures. Not gold or diamonds, the

hype is over this vault. It is known

0:53:560:54:02

simply as the love bank. Inside more

than 100,000 tiny drawers where

0:54:020:54:07

couples deposit tokens of love in

the hope of preserving their stories

0:54:070:54:11

for eternity. Let's hear a little

about how it works. A picture, a

0:54:110:54:23

love letter, a ticket, anything that

preserves the magic of your love

0:54:230:54:26

story into these boxes.

0:54:260:54:29

It's

story into these boxes.

0:54:290:54:29

It's now

story into these boxes.

0:54:290:54:30

It's now the

story into these boxes.

0:54:300:54:30

It's now the main

story into these boxes.

0:54:300:54:30

It's now the main attraction

story into these boxes.

0:54:300:54:32

It's now the main attraction at

story into these boxes.

0:54:320:54:32

It's now the main attraction at the

story into these boxes.

0:54:320:54:33

It's now the main attraction at the

museum celebrating the world's

0:54:330:54:36

longest love poem. A national Slovak

treasure, as this local explains.

I

0:54:360:54:45

remember the pro-marina because it

was compulsory reading at school.

0:54:450:54:49

His elevation of a passionate but

unfulfilled love.

--

0:54:490:54:55

this measures a couple's strength of

love. Would you put your

0:55:010:55:06

compatibility to the test? If you

wanted to bang to love this

0:55:060:55:09

Valentine's Day, you have to wait,

it only opens on certain days. Let's

0:55:090:55:13

show you a taste of how you could be

celebrating next year.

0:55:130:55:17

There you go, book flights for next

year. Before we the news in the last

0:55:450:55:52

hour, the South African President

Jacob Zuma has announced his

0:55:520:55:57

resignation. Thanks very much for

watching Outside Source, I'm back

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