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This is BBC World News Today. At ban on short selling calms European

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markets as a turbulent week comes to a close, but is it just short

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lived relief? Protest and killings escalate in

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Syria, the US Secretary of State says time is running out for its

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leader. President Assad has lost the legitimacy to lead and it is

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clear that Syria would be better off without him. Police in England

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hit back at criticism of their response to this week's riots,

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insisting that tactics that were to wear theirs.

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When is a reptile not a reptile? Scientists discover a prehistoric

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ocean giant may have given birth to live young.

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And retake a look behind the scenes of their Marinsky Ballet Company,

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celebrating 50 years since its Hello and welcome. It has been a

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torrid, turbulent week on the financial markets. Today, after

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days of falls and rises, there were signs of tentative recovery on the

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European exchanges, after a temporary ban was introduced on an

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aggressive form of speculation. The practice known as a short selling

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allows traders to profit by gambling that up stock will fall.

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The ban was enforced in France, Italy and Belgium comes after falls

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in the prices of European banks. A Business correspondent is on the

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Financial Week That Was. Monday on the markets and some

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short lived optimism. For the first time, the European central bank was

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buying European and Spanish bonds. It did not ease the minds of

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investors on both sides of the Atlantic. North America's credit

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was downgraded and politicians were squabbling over the deficit,

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traders were pushing them buttons again. There were wild swings in

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London with the FTSE 100 large ring up and down. It was mainly as

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investors lost and regained confidence in banks. They index was

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up again by the close. Events in Italy did not reassure the

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country's lenders, the economy Minister went to the Rome

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parliament and insisted on reforms. A leading ally of the Prime

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Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, said that such cuts were politically

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motivated and implied they could bring down the government. The

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French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, into jute -- interrupted his

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holiday, his finance minister had to deny rumours about the Bank and

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the future of the sovereign debt rating. Then, today, traders in

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France, Italy, Spain and Belgium walk up to a new street a jacket, a

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15 day ban on short selling. This was introduced by countries at a

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most rest of a sovereign debt crisis. The message to European

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leaders from the markets is that restricting how the trade does not

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change the fundamental problem. Without more rescue funds behind it,

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a single currency may be near the end of the line in its present form.

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Joining me now is financial trader Simon Cawkwell, a veteran of

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trading. Less temporary ban is supposed to give pause for breath

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and to calm things down. Is the wisdom in that? I doubt it. Why?

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The problems that are now being faced by the markets are or nothing

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to do with short selling. What would you identify as the key

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problems? It is the failure to organise the you properly -- EU

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properly. These problems are now coming over to roost. The short

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seller is really a convenient a villain. I can assure you, we short

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sellers are sweet this and light! am sure you are! The case has been

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made that short selling increases volatility, turbulence in the

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markets and what is needed is stability. I do not think there is

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any evidence that short selling increases volatility. It is just

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that when things are moving quickly, people seek an explanation, unable

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to devise their own answers, they try to vilify others. There could

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be a case that if you're identifying the weakness of the

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bank's by banning short selling, you increase the vulnerability.

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is against the law to tell an untruth. That is about a bank or

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any stock market. Anybody who lies runs to risks, one is you might be

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prosecuted, and the other problem he would face is that you would

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probably lose money on the position. Short selling is a vicious game if

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you are so stupid as to just invent arguments. You're talking to us

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about your views of politicians, not up to the complexities of the

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market, do you think there is a problem with the political class

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not getting it? I think there is little doubt that the EU has been

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developed for decades as an allusion. I am sure the motives of

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those who developed the illusion where beyond reproach. I am afraid

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their methods, many of them extremely underhand, are now

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officially seen for what they are. What, as a financial insider, would

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be your advice if you were to give them your best advice on making the

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Euro-zone more efficient? I would be rather more modest about the

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reasonable aspirations for the Euro-zone, and I would also make

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clear, when it my position to do so, that the time has come for people

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to be rather more sensible, more practical, less high-flown. Just

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dealing with basic matters economic cliff. That is the political task

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and it is going to take a long time, that is only way these matters will

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be resolved in the longer term. am sorry we have got to keep his

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brief, thank you for coming in. A US Secretary of State, Hillary

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Clinton, has are urged other countries to get on the right side

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of history as she put it, by cutting ties with the government of

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Syria. Demonstrations against President Assad took part in many

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parts of the country following Friday prayers. Security forces are

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alleged to have killed 10 people. Despite a five months in the firing

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line, the Serie up -- Syrians still pour onto the streets demanding vet

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regime must go. This appears to be from today. Live a fire can be

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heard. Report of protests across the country. Other snatched

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pictures show plainclothes security forces killing civilians. This has

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prompted the United States to step up the pressure to increase

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sanctions against President Assad. Washington is tiptoeing around the

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question should it caught directly on President Assad to go? So far it

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has short just sort of that. The United States is are urging India,

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China and Russia to stop arms and other sales to Serie up and are

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urging Europe to stop buying their energy. We are just those countries

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still buying Syrian oil and gas, those countries still sending

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President Assad weapons, those countries whose political and end

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up -- economic support give him, but in his brutality to get on the

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right -- right side of history. President Assad has a lot -- lost

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the legitimacy to lead and it is clear its area would be better off

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without him. The European view is that refusing to by Syrian oil and

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gas would hit ordinary Syrians are harder than the regime. Some

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supporters of Syrian opposition seek tougher sanctions other way

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forward. Perhaps if the EU gets on board, with the sanctions, that

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might concentrate the mind of President Assad to stop killing

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people and perhaps a reach some kind of settlement. For now at the

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Syrian regime it shows no sign of changing course. It is still

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relying on force against largely peaceful protest and judging

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violence to be the only way to hold on to power.

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Let us look at some of the day's other news. Hundreds of thousands

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of demonstrators have been out on the street in many cities in Yemen.

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Tens of thousands rallied in the capital Sanaa, calling for

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Presdient Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. Supporters of the

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President called out for a counter- demonstration. Anti-government

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protests he plays and other cities. Presdient Ali Abdullah Saleh has

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been in Saudi Arabia since June when he was wounded in an attack.

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A quarter and then Netherlands has sent his 25 Sonali price at --

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Priory is to jail. The men were arrested in 2010 by a Dutch navy

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patrol in the Gulf of Aden. They had been involved in the hijacking

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of a South African yacht of the Tanzanian crop -- yacht -- coast.

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A state owned company in China says it is recalling all high-speed

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trains for safety check. This follows a collision area the month

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in which 40 people were killed. The Chinese government has ordered a

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temporary halt to the approval of new highs to beat we were projects.

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The father President of the Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko, has failed to

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secure her release. She is on trial for an abuse of power. She was

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arrested last week after she disrupted court.

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Thousands of Rangers and volunteers and Sri Lankan are carrying out the

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first at Phil senses of its dwindling wild elephant population.

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Sri Lankan has closed dollars National Party to his for the

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three-day senses and has sent thousands of wildlife workers,

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farmers and villagers to more than 1000 locations across the country

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to count their elephants. Police officers have hit back at

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suggestions that it was their intervention of politicians that

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proved decisive in their handling of the riots and looting around

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England earlier this week. After criticism of their tactics, senior

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officers today is said they had faced a unique situation and that

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they alone had been responsible for a shift to more robust policing.

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1,600 people have been arrested so far, half of those having appeared

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in court already. Our Home Editor looks at the political and police

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response to the right. A week after the riots began, there

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has been a public row as they seek who was to blame. Their acting head

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of Scotland Yard made a remark about the criticism of their police.

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I think after any event of this, people always make common... It is

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clear that many senior officers are furious at suggestions that police

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only got their act together when politicians bang the table. Let us

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be clear on one thing, there is a vital distinction between policing

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and politician -- politics. The police will make their decisions,

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we must be held to account. Yesterday, government ministers

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accused police of putting too few officers on the street, being too

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slow to respond and too timid in dealing with the looters. Today,

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the Home Secretary had nothing but praise for the police response.

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What I except was that the people who got the rights under control

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with a policemen and women who were out there on the front line,

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dealing with the riots as they were happening. The troubling site of

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law and order this week means that for politicians and police alike,

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the stakes in this affair remain very high. The politics of the

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riots has shifted from condemnation and measures to restore public

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order and confidence to broader questions about our culture,

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society and our values. The leaders of the three main political parties

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in England were all talking about learning the lessons of the riots

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today. In the early hours of Monday, police in Brixton were pursuing

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looters, today Labour's leader found himself pursued by his

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supporters. These people have nothing to lose! They have no

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social mobility. We need the Labour Party... The criticism is that

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politicians have been too quick to condemn and too slow to try to

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understand. Take care. Are the social reasons for this? Of course.

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Should you not discuss this? we're not just talking about

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criminality. We have got to restore disorder and make clear we will

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never do excuse what happened. Excusing is not the same as

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explaining. We have now got to try and explain what happened.

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Tuesday, police station in Nottingham was firebombed. Today,

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the Lib Dem leader paid a visit and suggested it pose important

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questions. We have got to ask ourselves why an 11-year-old girl

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or young teenagers feel that they have got so little stake in their

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own neighbourhood and community, so little sense of belonging, that

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they go around trashing it. central Manchester was the scene of

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widespread looting on Tuesday night. Tonight the Prime Minister was in

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the city to meet emergency services before appearing on the BBC. David

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Cameron was asked whether will there was a different city greedy

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looters and greedy bankers and People who cheat in banking should

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be punished. MPs who cheat on their expenses should be punished. There

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are MPs who are in prison and rightly so. Responsibility is the

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most important word in politics. It cannot be used as an excuse.

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huge extra police presence will remain this weekend. No one would

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dare suggest that this crisis is over. The questions are just

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beginning. The police watchdog for England and

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whales, the Independent Police Complaints Commission has admitted

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tonight it may have misled journalists into believing the man

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who shot dead by police last Thursday night fired shots at

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police. Mark Duggan, who was 29, or shot by officers in Tottenham in

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north London. His death sparked the initial riots.

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The Prime Minister is looking at Los Angeles, among other places,

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for lessons in how to tackle gang culture. The city reinvented its

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approach to policing following the riots then nearly 20 years ago.

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Alex Leithead has been to South Central Los Angeles to find out how

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police tactics have changed -- Alastair Leithead.

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A regular afternoon police patrol in gangland, South Central Los

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Angeles. This one, no safety, just pull the trigger, something happens.

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If I am dead on the ground, feel free to defend yourself. There is

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still a lot of tension and violence here, but it is much calmer than it

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was nearly 20 years ago when the rioting began at this crossroads

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and spread across the city. The fires burned for six days. There

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were battles with police, looting and arson. It was sparked by race

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after the white police officers who beat a young black man, Rodney King,

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were convicted of brutality. But in the chaos, gangs, criminals and

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opportunists from all ethnic groups and backgrounds joined in. This man

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was a gang member. He regrets what he did but blames the bigger issues.

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You have to address down-the-line systematic causes of people's

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frustration, where three at his lack of employment, police abuse,

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lack of a dip -- adequate healthcare, educational facilities.

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This is me in the riots. On the other side of the lines in 1992 was

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Commander Andrew Smith. The Los Angeles police made a lot of

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changes after the riots. We have made a lot of changes where we work

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hand-in-hand with the community. We develop partnerships with everybody

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who will work with us from religious organisations to any

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member of the public who wants to solve problems. The former LAPD

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chief, Bill Bratton, was credited with sorting it out, cutting crime

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to an historic low. David Cameron has a keen interest in US law

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enforcement and has Met Police in Los Angeles. He is now billing --

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bringing Bill Bratton to London as an adviser. Police in Los Angeles

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have learnt a lot since the riots almost 20 years ago but there are

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still a lot of crime, high unemployment and anger among young

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people. The police warned a spark could set it off here again, as it

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could in many big cities around the world.

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Now, it could be a milestone in dinosaur research. Scientists in

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the United States have revealed fossil evidence of a pregnant

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plesiosaur which they say proves that the extinct reptile gave birth

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to live young, rather than laying eggs. Joining me from Los Angeles

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his opponent apologist, one of the researchers who made the plesiosaur

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discovery. How excited are you? very excited. It is a truly amazing

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fossil. You do not get many chances in Your Career to work on fossils

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we try this important scientifically and which are as

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beautiful. I understand it was found in a basement. It was sitting

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waiting to be excavated, as there were. There are a lot of stories

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about fossils like this. I think the public has an idea that we go

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out, we get the fossils, take them to the lab. But that is only the

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beginning of a long process of preparing the bones, taking them

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out, preserving them and getting them ready for display and

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scientific study. There was not a lot of impetus to prepare this

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fossil and get it ready for a steady until somebody at the museum

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decided the future of this fossil was in a new exhibit. This was a

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couple of years ago. Just briefly give us an idea about why this

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matters for our wider understanding and white is a breakthrough for

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you? We have never had a pregnant plesiosaur before. We have known

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about them for about 200 years. There has been a great mystery

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about how they gave birth, where three it was on land. Finally, we

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have an answer to this mystery in the form of this fossil. It solves

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a 200 year mystery. How often does this happen? Is it a once in a year

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or a once in a decade Discovery, the kind of discovery you have just

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made? This discovery is a one in 200 year discovery. We have been

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looking at dinosaur fossils and also plesiosaur fossils and I have

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seen many Plessey's of fossils and we have never seen a pregnant one

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until now. Is the first one. This fossil is unique. That is the core

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of its scientific relevance. There is only one of these in the entire

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world and this is the only one in Los Angeles. Ute say it it gave

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birth to a single offspring, rather than a litter, as it were, are

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there any parallels with the whales? Scientifically, that was

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the thing which drove the science paper. Lots of other reptiles in

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the age of dinosaurs, gave birth to live young, but the Plessey a sore

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seems to have done it differently. They gave birth to one large

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offspring instead of several. They are more similar to mammals than

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the other reptiles. Thank you very much and congratulations. Thank you.

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For many, they are the finest ballet company in the world and now

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the Marinsky company from St Petersburg is celebrating its 50th

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anniversary of performing at London's Covent Garden. Anastasia

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Uspensky from the BBC Russian Service was given access to

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rehearsals and she went backstage where she met prima ballerinas from

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across the generations. Stravinsky's Firebird, one of the

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great works in the repertoire of the Marinsky Ballet. This season,

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Covent Garden is sold out, just as it was for the Russian company 50

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years ago. But for the Marinsky itself under KGB scrutiny, they

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were very different days. TRANSLATION: It was a very

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difficult year. Rudolf Nureyev sought asylum in Paris. It was

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shocking for everyone. Many changes were made. Other people danced his

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parts. New people were urgently brought in. A tough negotiations to

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bring the Marinsky Ballet, then the Kirov, to London, was the work of

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impresarios Lilian Hochhauser and her husband. They had already

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brought over Russian musical stars like Shostakovich. The public was

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completely wild. Crowds were so in love with them and they still are

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today, as you can see what is going on 50 years later. They saw dancing,

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the lyricism of the like that they had never seen before. It was

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simply wonderful. Russian ballet and Marinsky in particular, has

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been amazingly popular in the West since the Diaghilev Seasons more

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than 100 years ago. TRANSLATION: We have to stick to our unique style

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which the Marinsky is famous for. The style is pier, classical

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choreography. Today, no one dances better than the Marinsky.

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special beauty of the Marinsky on stage but backstage can tell a

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tougher tail. These ballet shoes are very tough on your feet and the

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tutus can be very scratchy on the skin. Performer with the Russian

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Ballet comes at a price. Viktoria Tereshkina is the start of today's

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Marinsky in the Rimsky Korsakov's Scheherazade. TRANSLATION: It was

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always my dream. I have danced the whole ballet repertoire but not

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this particular dance. And now finally, the beauty of this

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choreography is that I do not dance on my toes. Nothing hurts. So many

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changes in the past 50 years. Leningrad is now St Petersburg once

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again, Kirov is once again Marinsky. Only the success of Russian ballet

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Beautiful. Let's remind you of our main news: At the end of a volatile

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week on a global stock exchanges, shares in Europe have ended the day

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higher, making up much of the loss since Monday. But shares remain

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well below their high of last month. European Bank shares halted their

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slide after regulators in France, Italy, Belgium and Spain

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temporarily banned some short selling, that is a practice that

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allows traders to profit by gambling that the stock price will

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fall. The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has urged other

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countries to get on the right side of history by cutting ties with the

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government of Syria. That is all from our programme.

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Thank you for joining us. For now, Hello, a slow improvement in the

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weather through the weekend. It gets better -- wetter before it

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gets better. A good deal of cloud tomorrow. This is the area of low

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pressure pursue more weather fronts across the UK. Once they're gone

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into early Saturday, not many remaining. Plenty of dry weather to

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come. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon for Saturday, we start across

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north-east England where there will be some breaks in the cloud for the

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afternoon. There will be some bursts of sunshine from time to

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time. It will be a breezy day. Less humid than it has been across

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southern areas. Still blustery for the sailors at Cowes. Some breaks

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in the cloud in the south-west and Some light drizzle in north-west

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