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Two boys aged 15 and 16 are arrested after acid was thrown in people's

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The assaults happened over a period of just 90 minutes.

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The boys, on mopeds, struck at five different locations.

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There was a scream which was not normal, it was a fearful,

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Will be asking what more can be done to prevent them. Also tonight:

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the terminally ill baby Charlie Gard is to be examined in London

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by an American doctor who says he can improve his condition.

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where two Presidents now seem to be the firmest of friends.

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A jail sentence of 17 years for the TV producer who tried

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to hire three separate hitmen to kill his partner.

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and, first set to Roger Federer, seeking to reach his 11 Wimbledon

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final. We will round up all of the day 's

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action from here plus we will be at Trent Bridge, as England look to

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recover from a poor start. Two teenagers have been arrested

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after a string of acid attacks Five people in separate incidents

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had acid thrown in their faces, causing in the case of one

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man "life-changing" injuries. The attacks happened amid rising

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concern about the number of assaults in the capital

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involving corrosive substances. The attacks were carried out at five

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separate locations in east London This report, from our Home Affairs

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correspondent Daniel Sandford, contains some disturbing images

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from the start. VOICEOVER: In the aftermath

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of an acid attack last night... Police officers desperately trying

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to reduce the burning John Moody watched the whole thing

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from the window of his flat. And one of the officers said

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to him, quite firmly, "I'm going to pour this into your

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eyes, keep your eyes open." The guy did exactly what he was told

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because obviously he was in shock. They were just dousing his head

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and his entire body with water, The attack on a 32-year-old moped

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driver here turned out to be the first of five over the next hour

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and a quarter, all involving acid being thrown

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at the victim. At every crime scene,

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the target had been driving a moped. was left with life-changing injuries

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because of the acid used. The Prime Minister said

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the attacks were horrific. Police have arrested

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a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old. National statistics for acid attacks

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are hard to come by but in London, they have risen from 129,

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two years ago, to 224, last year, and by April this year,

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there has already been another 66. One of the most high profile recent

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attacks was last month, when 21-year-old Resham Khan

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and her cousin, Jameel Muhktar, were targeted while sitting

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in their car at a traffic light. We are concerned because the numbers

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appear to be going up. we will enforce the law

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as we can, and we are working with

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the Home Office to see Stephen Timms is one

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of the MPs in east London where the problem is most acute,

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he has been campaigning for a change in the law and will lead a debate

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on acid attacks next week. I would like the Minister to confirm

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on Monday that the possession of acid will be an offence in future

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in exactly the same way that possession of a knife

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is an offence today. I would like the law to be changed

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so that sulphuric acid will only be It seems that some criminals

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are using the laxer rules on acids to avoid the tough laws

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on carrying a knife. The Home Office has promised

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to take action but changes You touched on calls for something

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to be done, what can be done? No doubt there is a discrepancy on the

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laws between carrying a knife and carrying a bottle of acid, a knife

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is more likely to kill, but a bottle of acid can cause life changing

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injuries to the face and eyes, there is a call, and it would be possible

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to clamp down on the most dangerous, common the use acid, sulphuric acid,

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but governments are always wary about quickly changing the law in

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response to emerging crime trends. There are already existing offences,

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for instance, possessing a corrosive substance with intention to cause

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harm, that could be used. It is already true that if somebody throws

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acid into somebody else's face, they could face a life sentence under the

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existing law of causing devious bodily harm with intent. I don't

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think it is inevitable that the government will respond to this by

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changing the law. Thank you. The American doctor who has offered

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to treat terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard is to come to the UK

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next week to examine him. Dr Michio Hirano is overseeing

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an trial therapy in the US which he says could improve

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Charlie's condition. The baby's parents are in

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the High Court, asking a judge to reverse his earlier decision

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that their son be allowed to die. Our Health Correspondent Sophie

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Hutchinson was in court. The court was told that the American

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doctor who is recommending this experimental treatment will be in

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London on Monday and Tuesday next week, as you say, he is professor

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Michio Hirano, he's from Columbia University medical Centre, and he is

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coming to assess Charlie at Great Ormond Street, joined by an Italian

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doctor and they will meet the treating team, the medical team

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treating the 11-month-old. The lawyer for the hospital, Great

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Ormond Street, said today in court that the professor had been invited

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to come to London in January but had never taken up that invitation until

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now. The judge said, he warned in fact, he was not likely to be

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persuaded by someone who had not seen Charlie, so you can see how

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important this trip is, and Charlie's mother will be at the

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meeting. Was there any more on the ongoing discussion about whether or

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not Charlie is growing? This discussion is focuses on his head

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size, Great Ormond Street Hospital believe that his head is smaller

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than it should be and this reflects a lack of brain development, they

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believe he has catastrophic and irreversible brain damage. Charlie's

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parents completely disagree and that is one of the reasons why they think

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this experimental treatment might be able to help their son, Charlie's

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mother says that she has measured his head and come up with a

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different measurement from the hospital. The judge has said this

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has got to be resolved and an independent person has got to carry

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out an accurate measurement, or, the little boy has to have a brain scan.

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Thank you. A former television producer

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who tried three times to hire a hitman to kill his partner has

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been jailed for 17 years. offered three men ?200,000

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to murder his partner Hazel Allison. and to start a new life with a woman

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he'd met in a brothel. David Harris was with his partner,

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Hazel, for 30 years, unknown to her, he also had a girlfriend, who he had

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met in a brothel. To keep her and get rid of Hazel, he went looking to

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high not one, not to, but three hit men, all of whom were completely

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innocent of his real intentions. He first approach Christopher May, a

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private detective, who secretly recorded Harris, suggesting Hazel

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should be killed after a visit to the hospital. Once she comes out of

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that she has five or six days, lessons, I don't know if anything

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could be done then. -- he went looking to hire.

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Harris then made this chilling comment:

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when Christopher backed down, Harris turned to Duke Dean, the pair were

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seen meeting here, I was told that he was offered ?175,000. Did you get

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the impression he was serious about getting rid of Hazel? He was stone

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serious, yes. That is what he wanted, yes. Heat it off police, who

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then used an undercover officer to pose as hit man number three. -- he

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tipped off police. When Harris was arrested he told police all he was

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doing was researching a book on hit men. The judge rejected that today,

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saying his real intention was to kill Hazel and get his hands on her

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money. David Harris and Hazel Allinson did have happy times, but

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his obsession with another woman, 40 years younger, led him to push three

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men to kill, to satisfy his last, greed and distorted fantasies.

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STUDIO: The boss of a yachting company has been

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to ensure the safety of one of its vessels, the Cheeki Rafiki,

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after four crew members were lost at sea.

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The yacht capsized in the mid-Atlantic in May 2014.

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Douglas Innes was convicted at Winchester Crown Court,

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from where we can speak to our Correspondent Steve Humphrey.

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Described to us what happened in court today. Another very tense day

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in court, for the families of the four men who died when the Cheeki

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Rafiki capsize, it is another long wait for the process to end. Back in

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May, 2014, the 40 foot yacht capsized on its way back to the UK

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from Antigua, the three-time keel snapped off. The bodies of the four

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men who died, Andrew Briggs, James Male, Steve Warren and Paul Gosling,

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had never been found, despite an extensive air and sea search at the

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time. The yacht was under the management of Douglas Innes and his

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company, based in Southampton, today, a jury found Douglas Innes

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and the company guilty of failing to ensure the safe operation of the

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yacht. The prosecution told the court there had been a failure to

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maintain and inspect the yacht and keep up-to-date safety information.

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In his defence, Douglas Innes said that reasonable steps been taken. --

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James Male, Andrew Bridge, Steve Warren, Paul Goslin. He also faces

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four charges of manslaughter through gross negligence. This afternoon,

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the jury was discharge, after being unable to reach verdicts. There will

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be a retrial, Douglas Innes denies all of those charges. Thank you.

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Two Israeli police officers have died after Israeli Arab gunmen

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opened fire on them near a sacred site in Jerusalem.

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Police chased the three attackers into the area known

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as Temple Mount or Haram al-Sharif, where they were killed.

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Friday prayers at the mosque complex were cancelled

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and the city's top Islamic cleric says he's been detained

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President Trump has said America's relationship with France

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as he attended the Bastille Day military parade in Paris.

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since the Americans entered the First World War,

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been held to remember the 86 people killed in the Nice attack,

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Our Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson reports.

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APPLAUSE Today's events were not about the

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ties between men but between nations. Even so, the growing

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personal alliance between Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron was on

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display. They were joined as symbols of their two nations by Armed Forces

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from both America and France, beginning with a fly-past from

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visiting fighter jets. There are soldiers led the parade together, in

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tribute to America's role in World War I. The US is an ally of theirs,

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sometimes you don't think so but France is there for us and we are

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there for them. I did not vote for President Trump but he is the

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president and we are proud to have him here. Speaking to crowds in

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central Paris, Emmanuel Macron thanked the US for the choice it had

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made a century ago, and said that France and America would never be

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divided. TRANSLATION: The France of today was one of two,

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with a military band playing music by Daft Punk. The change in culture

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here is mirrored by changing security threats. -- the France of

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today was honoured as well. The security threats have changed over

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the past few years, repeated terror attacks have refocused attention on

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safety at home and the values that France has chosen to protect. The

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ceremony ended with a military band playing the city anthem of Nice,

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scene of the last major terror attack in the country one-year ago

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today. Tributes were laid in Nice to the 86 people who died in the attack

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on the city's promenade Anglais. This afternoon, president manual

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macro flew from Paris, to join remembrance services. The debate

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still hangs over this country as it pays tribute today to its values,

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its history, to the idea of France. -- president Macron. -- Promenade

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Des Anglais. Two boys aged 15 and 16 are arrested

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after five separate acid attacks in 90 minutes in east London -

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one man has Croatia's Marin Cilic

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takes the first spot in the Wimbledon final,

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but will it be Roger Federer Coming up on BBC News. We will round

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up the rest of the action on the mend's semifinal day at the

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All-England Club. Dementia, in old age, is the biggest

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cause of death in the UK. But in some families,

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extremely rare gene mutations can cause Alzheimer's

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disease in middle-age. Now experts believe that studying

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the development of the disease in such families could hold the key

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to treatment in the future. There are currently thought to be

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around 500,000 people in the UK Around 1% of people with the disease

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are thought to have inherited it. Those who inherit Alzheimer's often

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develop it in their 40s and 50s. Our Medical Correspondent Fergus

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Walsh spoke to two families, with a history of Alzheimer's,

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both of whom are taking I am almost just waiting for the

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first sign. The minute you forget something, the mini you cannot find

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your car keys. So free from Suffolk has a 50-50 chance of having

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inherited a rare gene for Alzheimer's. She is now around the

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same age symptoms first emerged in her mother and aunt. If she has the

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early-onset gene, she could have passed it on. It is scary, I can

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almost cope with the thought it happens to me, but I cannot cope

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with the thought it could happen to my daughter. I don't think I will

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ever come to terms with that possibility. But what does her

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16-year-old daughter thing? It is not like the blue thing to talk

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about. I know a lot about it. It has brought us closer together. We have

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always been close, but closer. Just cherish every day, really. Families

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from all over the world who carry rare Alzheimer's genes are in London

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for a major conference. Might this family from north Dakota. Dean has

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early-onset Alzheimer's, but is still able to work full-time. I

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think I am doing all right. I just live day by day with it and keep

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moving on. I think I am doing well. Two of Dean's brothers and sister

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died from dementia in their mid-50s. Dean is 54. The fear now is for

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their children. We are here because we don't want to watch another

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generation have to go through my husband and his father and his

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grandmother have gone through. I worry for my husband, but the fear

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of the unknown for our children. We will find a cure. Dean's son, Tyler

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has been tested. But like Sophie, has chosen not to know the results.

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It is our life changing thing. If you find out, it is not only you, it

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is your family and the repercussions it has on them. Both families are

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part of an international trial testing Alzheimer's drugs. Sophie

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has an infusion every month. They are playing a vital role in the

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search for treatments. From them, we understand the bio markers, the

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changes in the body that happen so you can see the disease before it

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causes symptoms. And finally, we hope we can find a treatment that

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works within that group and therefore we can extrapolate that to

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the Alzheimer's population in general. There is still no drug that

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can slow the progress of Alzheimer's disease. In the past year, two major

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clinical trials ended in failure. Despite that, there is optimism that

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decades of research will bear fruit. And for families with Alzheimer's

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genes, that would lift a shadow over future generations. Fergus Walsh,

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BBC News. People who live in the area

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of Grenfell Tower have taken part in a silent march to remember those

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who died, and others It's a month since the tragedy

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and this morning friends and family of five-year-old Isaac Paulos,

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one of the youngest to die in the disaster,

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gathered for his funeral. Carried with love. Followed by pain.

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Five-year-old Isaac Paulos was today described as a smart and generous

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little boy, who had just learned to read. Isaac lived on the 18th floor

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of Grenfell Tower, he tried to escape but he got separated from his

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family. His body was found on the 18th floor. We are devastated as a

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school community. The reception class he was in, just feel something

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is missing, someone is missing. We are trying our best to support the

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families and to look out for those children who are really struggling

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with this and the families that are struggling. Provide as much support

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as we can. Johnny helped Isaac's younger brother to safety, but he

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lost his best friend in the fire. I tried to be strong and go back to

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work, but I couldn't. It is still emotional, even myself. Mentally, I

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am not settled yet. It takes a while. If it is affecting me that

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much, I don't know. As for those who cannot bury their loved ones because

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they have yet to be identified, some news today to say goodbye and keep

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the tragedy in people'sthoughts. A month on and residents and people

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from the local community have come together for a silent march to show

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support and remember that night but changed their lives for ever. Some

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now plan to repeat the demonstration on the 14th of every month. And a

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few miles away, another funeral for 82-year-old who lived on the 11th

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floor. He tried to take the lift because he had a heart condition. He

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never made it out. A brief look at some of the day's

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other other news stories. A member of staff from hospital in

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car line has been arrested in connection with tampering with say

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line bags at a hospital. Cumbria police have detained

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the 24-year-old for questioning, but that say that no

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patients have been harmed. Thousands of people lined

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the streets for the funeral of six-year-old Sunderland football

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fan Bradley Lowery, who died last Many wore football shirts,

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including the former Sunderland player Jermain Defoe,

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who had become friends The budget airline EasyJet

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is setting up a new company in Austria, to protect its European

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business interests after Under current European law,

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the airline is able to fly freely throughout the European Economic

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Area. But there is no guarantee it

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will keep those rights after Brexit. Easyjet Europe will

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be based in Vienna. Two police forces, Devon and Dorset

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have become the first to launch a drone it unit. They can help search

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for missing people, respond to road accidents and take photographs of

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crime scenes and are a fraction of the cost of using the helicopter.

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Roger Federer is in action on court in the mend's semifinal. Marin Cilic

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got the first spot in the final, as Joe Wilson reports.

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There is a man transported around the All-England Club, as if he was

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the trophy himself up Roger Federer is so precious. This is what he

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looked like in 1998. But then your phone may have been at home and your

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camera had a film in it. The world changes, but Federer's appeared

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timeless. His appeal spanning nations and generations. Nobody is

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perfect, but nobody has seemed closer. First on Centre, two the

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world changes, but Federer's appeared timeless. His appeal

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spanning nations and generations. Nobody is perfect, but nobody has

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seemed closer. First on centre, two pretenders, Marin Cilic versus Sam

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Querrey. First set, six games each. Before the tie-break, which was won

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by Sam Querrey, the conqueror of Andy Murray. That is power. The

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American's exertion caught up with them as Cilic of Croatia won the

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second set. Gently does it... Cilic took the third on a tie-break. Roger

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Federer waited somewhere. At the bottom of the hill, there is a pond,

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with a screen. Don't fall in. Then it reached its spring, Cilic did it.

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Some fearsome tennis which tested the limits of the players and

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probably the equipment. And so the Tomas Berdych and to Roger Federer.

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He didn't win this title seven times through brute force, but by

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manipulating points, moving and timing. But Berdych has his own

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Wimbledon pedigree, he has reached the final before beating Roger

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Federer before. He went to a tie-break. One by Roger Federer,

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under pressure and under control. The evening can be the best part of

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the day, but at 35, can Roger Federer be getting better? There was

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some evidence to suggest it. A good semifinal is a close semifinal.

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Another tie-break and another set to Roger Federer. Another step closer.

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Of course, Tomas Berdych could come back and win this match in five

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sets. It would be the biggest feet of his career if he did. Jamie

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Murray and Heather Watson are still going in the mixed doubles and the

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wheelchair tournament is underway. But the hold Federer has on this

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place goes beyond national identity. It is unique as he goes for this

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record eighth title. Well underway on the Centre Court at the moment.

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Thank you very much, Joe Wilson. Time for a look at the weather,

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Here's Nick Miller. Little bit warm at Wimbledon this

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weekend, but no where near as hot as Spain. Montero got 247 Celsius and

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that is the highest temperature ever recorded in Spain. Back to the UK

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and we are in the comfortable range. A few degrees either side of 20

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Celsius. Whilst many have had scenes like this this afternoon, breaks in

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the cloud and sunny spells it is a wet end to the day in Northern

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Ireland and some of the rain reaching into western Scotland. Then

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going to northern England later in the night and the west of Wales.

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Some clear spells in East Anglia and south-east England. Temperature is

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not going down too fast. Nights getting warmer. We start with

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sunshine tomorrow in south-east England. That will not last long,

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cloud and night breaks of rain spreading east across the UK. Some

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splashes of rain at times. Southern and eastern parts turn dry again. In

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the West, a lot of low cloud, health, patchy rain and drizzle and

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the rain pepping up in the north and west of Scotland and then into

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Northern Ireland. It is more humid tomorrow and then tomorrow evening

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we take rain from Scotland and Northern Ireland and push it into

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northern England. At Wimbledon, there is a chance for rain around

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lunchtime early afternoon tomorrow. Although it is warmer on Sunday,

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there is still thick cloud around and a spot of rain or a shower is

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not out of the question. This weak weather front pushes its way

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southwards across England and Wales on Sunday. To the north of that on

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Sunday, Sun sunny spells, but with this weak weather front to the

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south, thicker cloud for time and maybe pick a spot of rain. But it is

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still warm and humid.

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