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Police investigate after a series of acid attacks in East London,

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have described as barabic attacks. One teenager's been arrested.

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The numbers appear to be going up. against South Africa on the

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The numbers appear to be going up. night's attack happened. Two men on

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a mopeds night's attack happened. Two men on

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Police treat the latest man to become a victim of a

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Police treat the latest man to face by two men on a notepad. I

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heard a scream, face by two men on a notepad. I

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Twice. There were five attacks in just over one

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Twice. There were five attacks in happened, sir? Just here. Police say

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they are Police Commissioner said that she

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recognised growing concern. I don't Police Commissioner said that she

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doesn't but we are concerned as the Police Commissioner said that she

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we are working closely with Police Commissioner said that she

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England have doubled since Police Commissioner said that she

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birthday in east London. Acid was thrown

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birthday in east London. Acid was basically. A lot of it went

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birthday in east London. Acid was restrictions on the sale of assets

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birthday in east London. Acid was and the government says it will

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address and the government says it will

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pockets of the country. Maybe and the government says it will

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drivers say that they face a growing threat. Some

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drivers say that they face a growing also causing devastating injuries.

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It appears also causing devastating injuries.

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these attacks. We know that two of the companies

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working with police to establish exactly what happened last night.

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working with police to establish who may have seen what happened at

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working with police to establish any of these attacks. There are

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growing any of these attacks. There are

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are freely available. President Trump has attended

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the annual Bastille Day military parade in Paris,

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as guest of honour. The parade also marks one hundred

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years since the Americans entered some dressed in uniforms from 1917 -

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were among those who marched This is America year at

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Bastille Day, and it was Americans, People travelled from many miles

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away to support his family, and reflect how the six-year-old boy

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had touched their lives. That smile

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much pain he was in, he always had that

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much pain he was in, he always had Yorkshire. Since last Friday, I have

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collected Yorkshire. Since last Friday, I have

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there because it has hit everybody. miss him, and we pray for him each

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day. community had for the little boy was

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clear to see here today. community had for the little boy was

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sporting heroes. Who, in reality, saw

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sporting heroes. Who, in reality, EasyJet are setting up a new company

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in Austria Under current European law, the

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airline is able to Under current European law, the

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guarantee they will keep their rights after Brexit. It

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EasyJet Europe, which will be based in Vienna and operate

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EasyJet Europe, which will be based the drugs trade, it is estimated to

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cost the drugs trade, it is estimated to

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they do at the Harbour Centre in London, support those

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lives. The Home Secretary Amber Rudd visited the centre this week.

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lives. The Home Secretary Amber Rudd drugs often need help with housing.

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They need drugs often need help with housing.

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In this strategy we have acknowledge that and embraced it.

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In this strategy we have acknowledge recovery to make sure that these

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additional elements for seven years. It says there

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should be treatment tailored intended to enhance the experience

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of having sex, known as problem in the Department of Health,

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where it really belongs. problem in the Department of Health,

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that. Amber Rudd's involvement in a new

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that. Amber Rudd's involvement in a set to disappoint people who say

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that drug set to disappoint people who say

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has been jailed for 17 set to disappoint people who say

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to kill his partner so that he could set to disappoint people who say

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offered ?200,000 to kill his partner of 27 years, Hazel

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offered ?200,000 to kill his partner he thought was one of the

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prospective hit man turned out to be an undercover police officer.

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The war in Syria has killed 300,000 people,

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and forced more than half of the population from their homes.

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Neighbouring Lebanon has taken in more than a million people,

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putting its infrastructure under extreme pressure.

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In the coming academic year, there will more Syrian children

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Sophie Long has been to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon

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to look at a scheme preparing refugees to enter

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None of these children go to school. This woman is an artist helping them

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to articulate their memories through drawing. Mohammed is 11 years old.

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His family left their home in Aleppo five years ago. He's not been to

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school since. He remembers bombs dropping, and people dying. War is

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ugly, he tells me, but fire is worse. He is drawing the camp where

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he lives. There was a fire, and he saw a little girl burn. TRANSLATION:

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The girl's dad was crying because his daughter died. A lot of people

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got sick because of the flames and smoke. I'm sad for the people who

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died and lost their homes all over again. People got really scared.

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This is a programme run by Anna Akra, working to get more than

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20,000 children into the education system in Lebanon, but schools are

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at breaking point. This is one of the biggest schools in the area,

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teaching more Syrian children then Lebanese. The headteacher tells me

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of the toll it is taking. TRANSLATION: The school has a lot of

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pressure on so many levels. It is putting a burden on the school

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system, the infrastructure and equipment. We have a students. Now

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we have at least double that, and the teachers all have to do double

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shifts. But, as the conflict in Syria continues, more and more

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children join the queue here for an education. All these four-year-olds

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were born in Lebanon. Tents in the oppressive heat here are the only

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homes they have ever known. But they are Syrian and, for them, any kind

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of preschool education is almost nonexistent. Here, the charity is

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trying to bridge the gap. This girl tells me that she likes it because

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they feed her and teacher how to count. -- teach her how to count.

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This little girl can name the months as they pass, she likes to keep

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track of time. Her father disappeared nearly four years ago.

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None of these children live normal lives but it is hoped that with the

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right preparation and education, they may have a more normal future.

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So be long, BBC News. It is now 13:17. Our main story this

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lunchtime: a teenager arrested in connection with a series of acid

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attacks on people in London last night in the space of just 90

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minutes. Still to come, a knock out wedding

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dance, how a routine inspired by the dirty dancing film didn't exactly go

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to plan. And coming up in the sport on BBC News, on men's semifinals day

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in Wimbledon, still plenty of British interest with Jamie Murray

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and Heather Watson involved in the mixed doubles.

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Two police forces have become the first in the UK to launch a

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specialised drone unit. Officers from Devon and Cornwall, and Dorset,

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say a remote-controlled machines are helpful in searching for missing

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people, responding to road crashes and the crime scene photography.

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They are also a fraction of the cost of using helicopters as our home

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affairs correspondent Daniel Sandford has been finding out.

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It is the eye in the sky that comes at a fraction of the price. Police

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drones seemed like a novelty only a feud years ago, but Devon and

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Cornwall police and Dorset Police, have jointly launched Britain's

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first dedicated drone unit. Soon, they will have five every camera is

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available 24 hours of the day. It can do the same as a helicopter with

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the cameras, zoom and thermal, and will give us it quicker if we are

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dealing with an incident in pans ends, we have one in the back of the

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car, we can put it up as quick as we can. The unit recorded these

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extraordinary pictures of a fire in Exeter last October and are doing

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more and more jobs which previously could only be done with a police

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helicopter, which costs ?800 per hour. Put simply, a drone is an

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incredibly cost-effective way for police to get a completely different

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perspective on an area they are searching for a missing person or a

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crime scene, or the scene of a disaster or road traffic accident.

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And officers are hoping that soon they will be able to download live

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pictures from drones direct to the force's main control room. The

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future is, if you deal with a terrorist incident like Manchester

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or London, a commander individual will have a link to see the aerial

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footage to see clear pictures of the incident as it unfolds, allowing the

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individual to make clear command decisions. Drones have already saved

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lives. These pictures from America show how one with a thermal imaging

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camera was used to track down two missing canoeists. The online

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retailer Amazon has even filed this patron for a futuristic mini drone,

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perched on a police offers a's shoulder, which can be

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voice-activated to gather evidence. In whatever form, these drones with

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their flying cameras are about to become an everyday site in British

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policing. It's men's semi-finals day

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at Wimbledon, with seven-time champion Roger Federer taking

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on the 11th seed Tomas Berdych First up on Centre Court

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are Marin Cilic of Croatia, and the American Sam Querrey,

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who knocked Andy Murray out Our Sports Correspondent

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David Ornstein is at The word legend is often overused in

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sport. There is no doubting its accuracy when referring to Roger

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Federer. Today, he bids to reach an 11th Wimbledon final. He might not

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be a home player, but he is most revered.

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In the end, it wasn't to be for the Brits, but in their absence, there

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aren't many more popular at Wimbledon than Roger Federer. And

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with his vigorous rivals failing to keep pace, glory is what again

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within his grasp. I am a little surprised because I thought Rafa and

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Andy had good chances to make the final. Andy was carrying an injury,

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so was Novak. The other guys were playing well. These are really good

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grass court players, and we have some big hitters in there. I am like

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the small guy. We will see what happens, but it will not be my

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racket, because these guys serve really big. Federer can play down

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his chances, but his track record speaks for itself. No man has

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enjoyed more success here than the Swiss, and he is not done yet.

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Federer's tally of seven Wimbledon singles titles is matched only by

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Pete Sampras. An eighth would make history, and further elevate his

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status among the all-time sporting greats. I can't wait to see Roger

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performing again, just because, as a tennis land, it is so beautiful to

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watch. You are sitting there, you feel like tennis is easy when you

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watch Roger Federer plays. He was born in the tennis. He knows

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everything about what comes with tennis. I can't see him losing the

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championship. Federer has beaten today's opponent Tomas Berdych in

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each of their last seven meetings. For the winner, a place in the

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final, and a shot at the trophy, a trophy Fedor ruck and almost call

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his own. The first semifinal is underway.

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Marin Cilic, two games against Sam Querrey. I am pleased to be joined

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by Russell Fuller. He will be commentating on the Fedor ruck-

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Cilic match... Berdych -- Roger Federer.

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A huge opportunity against Tomas Berdych. He may be kept waiting to

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take court, given that Cilic and Querrey have played a five and a

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half hour match. Berdych is one of those players who probably recorded

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more wins than most against them. But in recent years, it has been one

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way traffic. Some impressive wins against dangerous opponent in the

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last couple of rounds, against Grigor Dimitrov and the loss Raonic.

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35-year-olds, even Roger Federer, can have a bad day. We will see on

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Centre Court later. He is still going strong, explain Roger

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Federer's legendary status in the game. It is extraordinary what he

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has done this year. He had a period of injury. His back caused a lot of

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problems in 2013. Last year, he had problems with his knee, Davin --

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damaging it. He took six months out, rested and recuperated, and in 2017,

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he has been unstoppable. Only two men have beaten him all year. You

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have the definitive word from Russell Fuller. Roger Federer and

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Tomas Berdych on court later. The biggest names in para athletics

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will be in action later as the World Championships gets

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under way at the London Stadium. Among British hopes are wheelchair

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racer Hannah Cockroft, Many of the team competed in 2012,

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including the marathon runner turned sprint star Richard Whitehead.

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Kate Grey has been to meet him. Gold for Whitehead, breaks his own

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world record. It was one of the iconic moments from the London 2012

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Paralympic games. I will always remember that bars of when I came

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off the bend in 2012, it was like a jet engine pulling me to the finish

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line. Hence the reason I did the gun salute, which I am now remembered

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for. What does it feel like to be back in London? Does it bring back

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memories from 2012? It is a time where you kind of thing,"

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memories from 2012? It is a time where you kind of it was a great

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part of my career, and I was lucky enough to be successful. To be

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honest, when you get back here, you go, "Was that me?" Unbeaten in the

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200 metres since then, he returns to the stadium for this summer's World

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Championships, which could be his final race in a Great Britain vest.

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It will be in motion or if it is my last ever race. When I talk to

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friends and family, they say, "Keep going." But I want to finish at the

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top. Would double gold be enough to finalise his decision? Earlier this

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season at a meet in Switzerland, he was six hundredths of a second of

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the world record in the 100 metres. When you see me train, you don't see

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a paralytic applet, you see an athlete. You see someone focused on

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delivering a plan -- Paralympic athlete. I am trying to change and

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make it right in London. Regardless of what he decides, there is no

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doubt about the legacy he has had. I remember when I first had the

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conversation with the performance director, and he said I was too old

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for athletics. Look at where I am now. It shows anything is possible.

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Whether you have a disability or not, everybody has a talent. It is

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about enriching that. Richard isn't the only athlete out to prove he is

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still at the top of his game, medallists from 2012 make up a

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significant part of this year's team, hoping to improve and inspire

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a nation again. The England cricket captain Joe Root

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has called on his side to be "ruthless" against South Africa

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in the second Test at Trent Bridge, South Africa won the toss and opted

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to bat against the same England side which won the first test at Lords

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by 211 runs. Here's our sports

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correspondent Adam Wild. A warm welcome at Trent Bridge, that

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is for the fans at least. Visiting teams will be all too aware that

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this hospitality and friendly reception won't stretch as far as

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them. No team has beaten England here for ten years. South Africa

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have to make big improvements. England are a team with one thing on

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their mind. A big victory in the first test, in no mood to let

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pressure. South Africa's batsmen still hurting, and that wasn't about

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to change either. England's pace uncomfortable, unsettling. When

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James Anderson comes into bowl, Magic just seems to happen. A quite

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brilliant catch from Liam Dawson, and England were picking up where

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they left off. Anderson now has 300 Test wickets on home soil, the first

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engagement to do that. Still, there is a reason why South Africa are

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ranked as one of the world's topsides. Their batsmen with a point

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to prove, no better time or place to do it. Not exactly making themselves

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at home, for now at least, finding their way to the boundary.

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Frustrating for all that they were forced to find a way back to the

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pavilion, rain in Nottingham. Trent Bridge remains an inhospitable place

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for visiting opposition players. A Somerset couple have found

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themselves getting far more attention than they might have

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anticipated after their attempts to recreate a famous dance scene

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from the film Dirty Dancing Sharon Price and her fiance Andy

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were hoping for a knockout wedding dance for their marriage next year

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and thought they would try out Safe to say it did not

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go according to plan. It's one of those moments in film.

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Jennifer Grey launching herself into Patrick Swayze's hands, lifted above

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the crowd. The dance move that created cinema history.

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So why wouldn't Sharon and Andy Price want to create such an iconic

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moment during the first dance on their wedding day? It is Patrick

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Swayze, isn't it. Whether you like the film or not, the music in it is

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what makes the film. So we decided to try some of it. After a couple of

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drinks in a Somerset beer garden, the stage was set for the couple to

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channel their inner jolly and baby. You took a run. You put your hands

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on my hips, ready to lift. Next, we were flat on the floor. I think I

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got knocked over, hitting the floor as hard as I did, and hitting the

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back of my head. I had to have a CT scan. I was on a cannula, or

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whatever they are called. They put me on ECG as well. Now on the mend,

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the couple have agreed to tone down their wedding day performance. We

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try to get over this first. Get back to normal. Yeah! We need a

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traditional slow one. Good luck to them! My wedding dance

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was more sedate than that, thank goodness. Will the weather be sedate

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today? I was put something extreme, we talk

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about heat. In Spain yesterday, the temperature reached 47.3 Celsius.

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That is provisionally Spain's highest temperature on record. It is

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a little bit cooler in Spain over the next couple of days, not by

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much. Here, the best we get today is 22, most of us high teens and close

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to 20. If you are not a fan of heat, you might appreciate this forecast.

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Some sunny spells here and there, showers in north-west England, one

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or two in eastern Scotland. They are fading to leave cloud and sunny

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spells this afternoon. The Northern Ireland and western Scotland,

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outbreaks of rain coming back in. Those are your temperatures,

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comfortable, with a westerly breeze. Rain into Scotland and northern

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England, cloud and outbreaks of rain, moving into west and Wales.

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With the cloud, temperatures going down to the mid-to load teens. It

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takes us into the weekend, Saturday is not very inviting, a lot of

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cloud. Outbreaks of rain pushing east, not too much in the South. In

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the afternoon, southern and eastern parts turning dry. It will brighten

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up, but for the west facing hills of Wales, outbreaks of ring. A warm and

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humid feeling day. Into Saturday evening, outbreaks of rain moving

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out of Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Wimbledon, find this

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afternoon. Tomorrow could have rain, that is around lunchtime. On Sunday,

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cloud, and the threat, rather than a guarantee, of a shower. A week

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weather front moving southwards across England and Wales on Sunday.

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Cloud from that, and there could be a passing shower. On Sunday, for

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northern England, and Scotland, a brighter, fresher, breezy day with

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sunny spells. The weather front in East Anglia and in the south,

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although still warm and humid, there could be a shower. It can't be ruled

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out at Silverstone. It is the British Grand Prix. I want to leave

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you with this. If you are a weekend worker, Monday and Tuesday, high

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pressure building, warm weather coming by Tuesday, with thundery

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showers heading our way. Forecast is online.

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A reminder of our main story, a teenager is arrested in connection

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with a series of acid attacks on Londoners.

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