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This is BBC World News Today with me, Zeinab Badawi. The US debt

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deadlock rattles America and the global markets. Default looms as a

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Republican plan goes to a vote. The maid who claims the former IMF

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boss Dominque Strauss Kahn raped her says she and her daughter have

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been left traumatised. What happens to me, I don't want that to happen

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to it any other woman. This was too much for me. It's too much for me

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and my daughter. New revelations in the UK phone

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hacking scandal - police tell the mother of murdered eight-year-old

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Sarah Payne that she was a target. China's Premier promises to

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severely punish anyone responsible for the country's fatal rail crash.

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And the great classical music of the East comes to the hallowed

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concert hall of the West. We talk Hello and welcome. Political

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brinkmanship is still creating economic paralysis in the United

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States as the country tries to deal with its massive debt crisis.

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Global markets have reacted to the uncertainty as European stocks fell

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for the fourth straight session following their Asian counterparts.

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A Republican proposal forehead deficit-cutting plan is on the

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table, but as Andrew North reports from Washington, bipartisan talks

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are coming nail-bitingly close to the all go second deadline.

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Fears of an American and defaulter rippling worldwide. Japan that

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lends millions to the US sought stocks plunging again. In Congress,

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the battle goes on. Republican hardliners say they will back plans

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for a short-term increase in the debt limit insisting Americans are

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on their side. They want to see the President's plan. If he can do

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better, show as you plan! If the Senate can do better, pass a Bill!

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We are the only ones that have passed a bill to resolve this debt

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crisis issue. We will pass the second one today. The reason this

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has been difficult is because we're taking Democrat ideas in this deal.

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The White House has already rejected the Republican plan saying

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it would postpone the inevitable. Our objection is to any proposal

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that puts us through this three- ring circus again. In any short

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period of time, because it has already had a significant impact on

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the economy, and it will Army have even more and more severe negative

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impact on the economy. It is a small sign of progress that the, --

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that Republican hardliners are getting behind the programme. But

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there needs to be compromise between Republicans and Democrats

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and that is a long way off. There are signs that this is undermining

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confidence and the US recovery is still anaemic. Many economists

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believe that whatever happens, the American credit rating will end up

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being downgraded. Joining us from Washington to talk

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about this, Michael Tomasky, special correspondent for Newsweek

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and the Daily Beast. Barack Obama, has he got any options other than

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to accept what Republicans put on the table? I think he has some

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options, without getting too deep into the weeds of the technical

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details, there is something that a section of the United States

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constitution, that some people think that they can use that to

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raise the debt limit unilaterally. As far as legislator options go,

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there are rent money at all. Whether this Republican Bill is

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passed or not is obviously the question everyone is looking in

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Washington today, but as your correspondent said, the question of

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finding an agreement or marrying a Republican and Democratic built

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from the Senate is very up in the air. Raising the debt ceiling,

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apparently, President in the past, President Reagan, for instance, he

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asked for the debt ceiling to be raised eight times, so why is it so

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difficult for Barack Obama? simple question, President Reagan,

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it is 18 times! The debt ceiling has been raised many times since

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President Reagan. The difference this time is that the Republicans

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are attaching conditions, which has never happened before. This time,

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the Republican said we will not do with unless you accept these

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draconian cuts to domestic spending budgets. No party has ever done

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that to a President before, so that is why we have this situation.

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are both sides, Republicans and Democrats, basically playing

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politics with the country's finances and economics? I think it

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is the Republicans that they are playing a lot more politics with

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the finances and economics because as I just said, no party has ever

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done this to a President before and, the opposition party has always

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aroused when they had to raise the debt ceiling, but it has always

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been raised. This is the first time this has happened. It is a very

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strange situation and Barack Obama has not really Aggie did very well

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before the American people. -- has not really argued it very well. The

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fact that no Congress has attach conditions like this before, I am

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sure that very few American people know about this. How do the

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Americans look at this, you say that the Republicans are holding

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things up, will they blame the Republicans or say that Barack

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Obama, this happened on your watch and we do not like this

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uncertainty? Most Pauls will say that more people blame the

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Republicans and Democrats. The Democrats have dropped their

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insistence that revenues be included in any compromise package

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and they are accepting cuts, which was to Republican position from the

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start. Not massive majorities, but a majority stake that they want

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this to happen and they think that the approach of Barack Obama that

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would include revenues, although that is hype about go now, would

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have been a better approach and more people blame the Republicans.

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-- that is hypothetical now. 35 % of the country really hates Barack

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Obama said they will blame him. Michael, what happens, the August

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second deadline is approaching and they will have to do something

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pretty soon. Yes, pretty soon, probably by Saturday, Sunday at the

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latest before the Asian markets open Sunday afternoon. I am a

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little under 50 % that there will be a deal by August second. The

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question that it will come down to really at the end of the day his,

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how many Republicans in the House of Representatives, I think the

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Senate will be fine, I think in the Senate, they do a little bit more

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compromising there. I think they will come to some kind of terms in

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the Senate. The question is, how many Republicans in the House of

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Representatives will be willing, at the end of the day, to take the

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economy down because of their hatred with Barack Obama being that

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intense. They want to cast a vote against him, will they really do

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that to put the economy at risk? I know that we would like to see no,

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they will not do that, but clearly some of them will do that, and how

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many of them at the end of the data as well not quite be able to do it?

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That is what it comes down to it and we do not know the answer.

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Thank you. The woman that accused the former

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head of the IMF, Dominique Strauss- Khan of trying to rape her said

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that she and her daughter had been left traumatised by the situation.

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Nafissatou Diallo told supporters in a public statement that she

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cries every day. She said she wanted to address the world to

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clear up the rumours that was spread about her. People call you

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bad names. People say bad things about you, because they don't know

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you. You have to remember, this man, he is a powerful man. Everybody

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knows that, but for you, only the people that you were quips or

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neighbour as were the people back home that know you, but those

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people say good things about you. - - only the people you were quits or

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neighbours. My daughter says, be strong for me, I promise I will be

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strong for you and every other woman in the world. What happens to

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me, I do not want that to happen to any other woman. Because this is

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just too much for me. It is too much for me and my daughter.

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That was Nafissatou Diallo, the woman accusing Dominique Strauss-

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Khan of rape. This case is a very hot topic in France and we can now

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speak to the French political commentator from France, and very

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much appealing to people to believe her story because there were

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questions raised about her credibility. What impact does this

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kind of statement have on Dominic Strauss-Khan? He doesn't look good.

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You have got a close guard around him, a fellow socialists that say

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he was framed and has nothing to do with it and it was a set-up. But

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more and more, the impact that even if the case cannot be brought to

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trial, he still has lost complete credibility as somebody suitable to

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have any public role in the country. So he may as well kiss goodbye to

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any hopes of reviving his career in public life in France, possibly

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even standing in the presidential elections next year? It is

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unachievable. He is not cleared, first late. His hearing keeps being

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delayed, presumably because the New York District Attorney's Office

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does not know what to make of this woman. Can you imagine, even if he

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is cleared in America, of which presidential person would meet this

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man. The best you can say in his defence is that it was consensual

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paid sex. It does not work out. was talked about a possible

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Socialist Party candidate, he is a very popular socialist in France,

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has there been any fall-out for the social standing because of this in

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France? I think, yes, Abby has people bend over backwards not to

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criticise him. -- because people bend over backwards. They say this

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was a not serious, it was just hanky-panky with the hired help.

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They had been very silent about the rights of the victim, and that is

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not just that this is alleged attempted rape, there is a class

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issue, a race issue, it looks incredibly and feeling. The more

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they clubbed together, the less credible they look. It is damaging

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to the Socialist them, who benefits? Nicolas Sarkozy benefits

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immensely and friend number of reasons, he was very careful not to

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comment on the case and to be aloof. His poll numbers have gone up by

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six points and it's not over. It was really a gift to Nicolas

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Sarkozy. Thank you. There have been further revelations

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in the UK phone hacking scandal. Police have told Sara Payne his

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daughter Sarah was murdered by a paedophile 11 years ago that she

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was on a list of people whose phones they had been hacked. Her

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name appears in notes kept by Glenn Mulcaire, the investigator at

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employed by the News of the World newspaper.

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Perhaps it seems this astonishing affair no longer had the capacity

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to shock. But the allegation this evening is that the bereaved mother

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worked alongside the News of the World, alongside its former editor,

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was all a long one of its victims. Sara Payne's charity was contacted

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last night to be told the details were in the notebooks of phone

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hacker, Glenn Mulcaire. In a statement it said, she is

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absolutely devastated by this news. We are all deeply disappointed and

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we are just working to get her through it. The Last Night of the

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News of the World. Its last edition. Sara Payne had previously been told

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she was not attacking victim. She agreed to write an article for the

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final issue. She described the tabloid as a force for good and an

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old friend. Rebecca Brookes, former editor of the News of the World,

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describes Sara Payne as her dear friend. The two people were

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together to campaign for Sarah's Law, the public right to know where

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paedophiles are living. The newspaper gave Sara Payne a mobile

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phone. The Guardian claims it is this phone that was illegally

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accessed. Tonight, Rebecca but said these allegations are abhorrent and

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particularly upsetting. The idea that any body and the newspaper

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knew that Sara Payne or the newspaper team was targeted by

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Glenn Mulcaire is unthinkable. this is true, it is rank hypocrisy,

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complete and utter hypocrisy. It makes you despair of modern

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journalism. 11 years after the murder of her daughter, Sara

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Payne's name is added to the long lists of potential hacking victims

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and this investigation is far from over.

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The Chinese government is facing a public backlash over the way it

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dealt with a high-speed train crash in Zheijang Province that killed 39

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people. Officials say the accident was caused by design flaws in

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signalling equipment, but allegations of corruption and lack

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of transparency have fuelled the public and there. In an effort to

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calm the situation, the Prime Minister has visited the crash site

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near Wenzhou and we have this He is the soft paternal face of the

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Communist Party, and in times of a crisis like this one, the premiere

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is called upon to sued the nation's nerves. At the crash site he paid

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his respects. But he was also No matter if it is a mechanical

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fault, a management problem or, indeed, a manufacturing issue, we

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For the two were high-speed trains collided on Saturday night. The

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authorities say the crash was caused by a signal failure. This

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train crash not only called into question the future of China's

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high-speed rail network, it also created a deep sense of mistrust

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between the authorities and the people. A seething public anger has

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been building here over a lack of answers. It has been inflamed by

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allegations of corruption, which are likely to have compromised the

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safety of the network. This lady is looking answers. Her husband was

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Officials from the railway will Ministry shrug off responsibility.

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They kept blaming the accident on a lightning strike. What we are

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waiting for is a clear explanation of what happened. China is spending

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hundreds of billions of dollars on its high-speed rail network. But

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critics say it has been built too fast, which is compromising safety.

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What started as a project that generated huge national pride has

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Now a look at some of the day's other news. The police in Norway

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say they're ending their search for bodies on Utoya island. But senior

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officers couldn't confirm that all those missing had been found.

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Anders Behring Breivik has admitted to shooting 68 people there, and

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killing eight in a bombing in Oslo. Prosecutors say he'll be

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interrogated again on Friday. The trial of the ousted Egyptian

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president, Hosni Mubarak will start next week in Cairo. Mr Mubarak is

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alleged to have been involved in the killing of protesters, during

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the country's revolution earlier in the year. He will stand trial along

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with his sons and his former interior minister.

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Here in Britain, a group of former soldiers who took part in nuclear

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tests almost 60 years ago has been granted permission by the Supreme

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Court to appeal for damages. More than 1,000 former servicemen blame

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their involvement in nuclear weapons testing in Australia in the

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1950s for years of ill-health and birth defects in their children.

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The UK's Ministry of Defence denies negligence.

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More than half a million people who fled the post-election violence in

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Ivory Coast earlier this year are still too afraid to return home,

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according to the campaign group Amnesty International. In a report

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the organisation says that militias loyal to the new President Alassane

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Ouattara have not been disbanded and continue intimidating

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supporters of ex-President Laurent Major Hollywood studios have won a

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significant legal battle against online piracy. The High Court in

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London has ruled that the UK internet-provider BT should cut off

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customers' access to a website accused of "flagrant" copyright

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infringement. Our Technology Correspondent, Rory Cellan-Jones,

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I have received... For for the movie industry it was a courtroom

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drama which ended in a victory in its battle against online piracy.

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If you want to get hold of a film like the King's speech, you can pay

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for a DVD or download it for nothing from the internet. This

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site based in the Seychelles has has links to more than 70 copies of

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that film alone, along with all kinds of others music, movies and

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games. But British Telecom has been told it must of its internet

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customers from getting access to the side. It has been out since May.

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That Momentum Pictures, the makers of the film, they say it was a

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success and they were celebrating. They say piracy is not at

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victimless crime. Without the money we make from legitimate users, we

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cannot make films. If you allow piracy to get out of control you

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could end up in a situation where the money isn't there and the films

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are not getting made and people cannot see them. Nobody argued in

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court that it wasn't giving access to all sorts of Paris's material,

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but it was a question of whose job it was just a bit -- pirated

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material. The judge has ruled that BT must block access to the website.

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But internet freedom campaigners say it could send us down a

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dangerous road. The concern is that consumers' freedom to roam where

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they like on the Web will now be curtailed. Our concerns about

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website blocking are that it is pointless and dangerous. It won't

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work stopping serious infringement. It is dangerous because there are

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risks of over blocking and degradation and slowing down of the

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service. The owners in the Seychelles say they are confident

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they can get around any blocking measures and critics of the ruling

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today say that for every site that is blocked, another will pop up.

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But movie-makers say without protection from pirates a whole

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One of the great classical music singers of the East has been

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performing on one of the great classical stages of the West. Aruna

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Sairam is widely regarded as the leading South Indian female

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vocalist of her generation, and for a long time she's tried to create a

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bigger following for Carnatic music. Well, now she has the chance to

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perform at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in London. She

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spoke to us during a break in her It takes years and years and years

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to learn this music. Maybe 15 of a great apprenticeship with your guru,

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which could make you a debut to aren't musician in a concert hall.

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That is the kind of training you The artist can choose within the

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virtuoso music available to her to either concentrate on dealing to --

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on the intellectual heart of it all the emotional part of a, or the

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emotional part of it, all the rude sea and folksy elements, or do all

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of it in one concert, which is what I do. I do the intellectual stuff

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and on the emotions and at the end of my concert I'd do something that

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represents the folk elements from which this has evolved into way

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more sophisticated music. -- a more One is constantly learning. The

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number of pieces you have to learn, by the time I met my guru, from my

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mother I had learned nearly 150 pieces. By the time I was 10 years

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old. And then my guru taught me more than that over the next 15

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years. And even now, in every concert, I am trying to learn

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something new, compose something new or reinterpret something that

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is called into my own way of doing it, so it is constant. -- something

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If I look at my own limited experience of one of lifetime so

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far as an artist, more than when I began today, I am performing at the

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Carnegie Hall, New York, Paris, and in their Royal Albert Hall, that is

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enough proof that people are happy to experience new kinds of music,

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even in the classical idiom. It is just like food. More than earlier,

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people have taste for different kinds of food. We go to have an

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Italian, or a tie or Indian restaurant. I now think it is time

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for people to listen to music in the same spirit. I am very happy

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That was Aruna Sairam, with her Car and attic music. She apparently

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went down a storm at the Royal Albert Hall. A reminder of our main

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news: The House of Representatives is debating a revised Republican

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party plan to raise the government's borrowing limit and

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cut spending. Democrats and Republicans disagree on how to do

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this and without agreement by next Tuesday, the US government could

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run out of cash. Hours before a key vote in Congress on the American

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debt crisis, leaders of the country's biggest banks have called

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on President Obama and lawmakers to An open letter from financial

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institutions, including Bank of America, Citigroup and Goldman

:25:27.:25:30.

Sachs, says the consequences of failure could be very grave. The

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hotel maid who's accused the former chief of the International Monetary

:25:33.:25:36.

Fund of sexually assaulting her in New York says that she and her

:25:36.:25:39.

daughter have been left traumatised. At a news conference organised by

:25:39.:25:41.

her supporters, the maid, Nafissatou Diallo, said she had

:25:41.:25:49.

been called many bad names and cried every day. That is all from

:25:49.:25:59.
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If you were lucky enough to have sunshine today, it felt very nice

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indeed with temperatures in the mid- twenties. There is more of the

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same tomorrow with patchy cloud, sunny spells and maybe a greater

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chance of some cloud in the south, which is courtesy of this weather

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system pushing into England and Wales as we head into Friday, and

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not bring in much in the way of wet-weather. But a lot of cloud,

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and the remnants of a weather front where we could see outbreaks of

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rain developing at times. Across the band of rain, it will be cool

:26:30.:26:35.

and cloudy. To the south of the weather front there will be risks

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of showers developing as we go to fight -- Friday afternoon. They

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could be on the heavy side as we go through the afternoon, and as a

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result not as much sunshine and temperatures down a little, into

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the low twenties at best. Across Wales, a cloudy day, and slowly in

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northern areas the skies will brighten as we head through the

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afternoon. As the Northern Ireland, patchy cloud, sunny spells, a high

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of 17 maybe 18 degrees. That will feel pretty nice. Across Scotland,

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a good deal of sunshine around in the far north and up towards the

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