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I'm Babita Sharma with BBC World News.

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A mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida claims the lives

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It's the worst attack of its kind in US history.

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A further 53 people are in hospital. We must spare not effort to find if

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this was connected to terrorist groups. It is clear he was a person

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field with hatred. UEFA wants our teams could be band from the

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competition if violence continues. Thousands of people attend the

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Queen's Birthday celebrations. Welcome to look ahead at what the

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papers will be bringing us tomorrow. Nice to have you here. In the

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Guardian, it leads with the mass shooting in Florida. It says the

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gunmen swore allegiance to Islamic State. Islamic State claimed

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responsibility and says it is waging war on western gaze. The sun calls

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it America's Bataclan. The mail reports on fury over leaked

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proposals from a diplomat to allow Turkish people free visit to the UK.

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And the violence in the football. We begin with the shooting at the Pulse

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nightclub in Orlando. The Guardian says at least 50 dead, and the

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killer is identified as US citizen with alleged terror links. The scale

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makes it the biggest may shooting in American history and it feels like

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we have seen some horrific stories like this already. Gary Younge

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hasn't written below that this focuses on so many faultlines in

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America- homophobia, Islam, gun control. We can agree that someone

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who is homicide only inclined, in cable to go into a shop and buy an

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assault rifle will make it easier for things to happen and that seems

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that is what has happened and it is so legal. Marco Rubio, the former

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presidential candidate, we had him talking and he says this is

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irrelevant. He said, look at what happened in Europe in Paris and

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Belgium. Where it is more difficult to get guns. But they still managed

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it. My memory of the attack in France... And the guns would have

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been bought illegally... His point was they still hold of them. Yes, as

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you say, it is much, much harder to get hold of guns legally or

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illegally. The fact that it is easier to get them has made it so

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much easier for this terrible event to happen. The story speaks for

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itself. A dramatic picture, it is an appalling tragedy but this time, the

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front pages have made a judgement, by and large, that the man has

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claimed allegiance to Islamic State and not that it was a gay club and

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apparently motivated to carry out homophobic hate crime. It makes it

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interesting. It does refer to a gay club in the mirror... It is one of

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the few. They have been some commentators are saying, where is

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the emphasis on the fact that this was a hate crime. It was very

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quickly labelled a terror attack. I think it is a problematic. In a way

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it reduces the impact on a particular community. We are all

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victims, all survivors- that is great- but, actually, this

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government did not for a number of other clubs but he went for a gay

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club. Some are reporting that he did this the cause he saw two men

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kissing. It is not good to minimise the element, this is what he went to

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do, to shoot gay people. The sun says this is America's Bataclan. The

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worst terror attack in the US since 9/11. The comparison is with the

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shootings in Paris. I suppose... It is the same judgement. The news

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angle they are looking back to the Bataclan which was carried out by

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people with clear Islamist links who had been trained in Syria where is

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if you look at the New York Times, although this guy has claimed

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allegiance to ISIS, there is no apparent connection with it. In

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California, the same thing happened. Two people claimed allegiance but

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investigators found no evidence they had been in contact with the group.

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No evidence Islamic State knew this in advance even though they have

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claimed him as one of their fighters. It is a tremendous

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propaganda. They make people feel as though nowhere is safe and that is

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exactly what you want if you are a terror organisation. The more people

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you can claim, in the more different contexts, the happier you will be.

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Another story, in the Daily Mail. 1.5 million Turks to be let into

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Britain. This was in the papers this time last night for this morning

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saying that plans had been drawn up that nobody was willing to talk

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about until after June 23, whereby large number of Turkish people would

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be allowed to visit Britain without visas. It is very rare that you

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would see on paper basically take the splash story from another paper

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and simply reproduce it which is effectively what the mail has done

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here. With no mention at all in the front page... It thinks this story

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has the ability to influence voters in the referendum next week. Is

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there a plot to let 1.5 million in? Well, no, if an officer made the

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suggestion, there is no evidence that has been taken up. We have no

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idea where the number has come from. Really, everybody with a special

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passport is not about to come to Britain and they are talking about

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travelling not living in Britain. Before it was our proposal and now

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it is a plan... Plot. Not a word you would normally use. Unless it is

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gardening. They seem to have toughened up a bit. I suppose, it is

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understandable that, whatever it is, a plot, a plan, our proposal... I am

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impressed you pushed through. Those that are in favour of leaving the

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EU, what on earth else is going on behind the scenes we have known

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about and will not here until after the vote. Let's assume... The Sunday

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Times have a figure of 1 million... Let's assume 1.5 million people will

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work for some kind of public service institution in Turkey and then let's

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assume none are required to teach, police, be civil servants, collect

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bins and other things, and they will all come on holiday in the same

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week... I imagine that would be unlikely I happy to be corrected...

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When the schools are empty, the hospitals are empty. I being

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slightly facetious... Yes, please do not write in. In the Times, Jeremy

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Corbyn - suggestions that Labour voters are more inclined to vote

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Brexit than Labour would like. There is some catching up to do. The idea

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is that Jeremy Corbyn's supporters tend to be young and young people

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tend to also be in favour of remaining. If you send Jeremy Corbyn

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out to galvanise his support base then perhaps they will increase then

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us. Jeremy Corbyn was criticised by not being vocal enough but he has

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been out and about. A lot of big Labour names have been knocking on

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doors, and doing it the old-fashioned way, to get the

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message out. It is teasing a little bit. They do not tell us exactly

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what they mean. He has been appearing on platforms, not

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regularly enough for some people would like and not with the passion

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some people would like to seek but it is a passion for staying in the

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EU is 7.5 out of ten. David Cameron is going to step back tomorrow...

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Sorry, today, so there is some evidence that Cameron himself fears

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he is crowding out that people can reached Labour voters. Interesting

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alliances created. Only the daily Star, England faces axe from Euro

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2016. It looked as though the Russian fans had charged at the

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England and France but outside the stadium, it seemed to be bought off

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a joint enterprise, shall we say. Whatever violence outside the

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stadium, whether it is the fault of the English, the police, the

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Russians, that to gassing of people, in the stadium it was not disputed-

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it was the Russian fans attacking the English fans so it is not clear

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why it only should face the axe. Unless there is some violence by

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English fans in the stadium, and UEFA says they may be responsible,

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it cannot be a reality that England gets axed. Unless knocked out in a

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traditional fashion. I imagine it would have been enormously

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dispiriting if you had tickets hoping to see some football rather

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than get to gas or something heavy and alarming. It seems ridiculous

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that a week and a half ago the strikes were the things to bring

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trouble to the euro, then the flooding but now it is the violence.

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England Wales on Thursday. Whatever rivalry you have with the English, I

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would be very surprised if the -- there is any violence between the

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fans. Heavyset ait Mima out saying, lads, come on... The Welsh were not

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shunting the sort of things that some others do. -- chanting. Could

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you qualify your statement. I hope the Welsh fans are well behaved now

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LAUGHTER A picture of the Queen, in Bush, not limegreen... I like the

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way that rhyme. -- she did not have a minute to lose because they were

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in 11 minutes late... On my reading the wrong story? She was late to the

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cathedral so she did not want to keep 10,000 workers waiting a minute

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longer than necessary. She made sure the car sped away. You can imagine

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her doing it. They caught up as well. 11 minutes... That is a

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reasonable speed. She is like the Roadrunner, the Queen. That is it

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for the night. Thank you and lovely to see you. More in a moment on the

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all under story stop -- Orlando.

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