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This is BBC World News. Another tremor for the global

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economy, new job figures in the US stir figures -- fears of another

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recession. For Barack Obama, unemployment is more than an

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Achilles heel. It is a bigger balls eye on his presidency.

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Turkey expels Israel's ambassador. Israel insists it will not

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apologise over the Gaza flotilla raid.

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Libya's new leaders set out a framework to run the country and

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promised democratic elections, but later than first said. The a

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special report on the inter-ethnic violence plaguing the South Sudan.

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The debris that flies around the Earth at 17,000 mph and could

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create a serious accident in space. That is not me, that is not what I

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said. I am sure that Wallis Simpson have felt the same way. Madonna

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tells us why she identified with Mrs Simpson, the subject of her new

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Welcome. It is the start of the Labor Day holiday in the US, but it

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is precisely the lack of labour that is causing this latest bout of

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economic grief. Figures for last month shows that the US lost as

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many jobs as it created, although the overall employment rate was

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steady. This has created worries that the economy may be stalling

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and heading back into recession. On Wall Street today, the opening

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bell was rung by smiling businesswomen who have created jobs.

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The bitter irony is that the US economy as a whole has not. Markets

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fell on the news that job creation here was paralysed. 14 million

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Americans are out of work. For the past year the economy had been

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adding jobs at a slower rate, but in August the number of hirings and

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firings cancelled each other out, meaning net job creation was zero.

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The American population grows by each month 130,000. You need that

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many jobs to create each -- stay even. It is unlikely that it will

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fall in the future. For Barack Obama, unemployment is more than an

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Achilles heel. It is a pit Bull's eye on his presidency. His

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opponents are queuing up to keep playing as the job numbers deepen

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fears of a recession. The next week, the President will unveil a jobs

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package combining tax breaks for employers with a proposed upgrade

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of America's roads and railways, creating construction work.

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But that this JobCentre in Virginia, without a mixed opinions. He is

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digging things out of a whole, and I did vote for him, but I think a

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lot of it is not of his own making. If I am not sure that the

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government can do much, the cash constraints are there. I am not

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sure there is anything they can do meaningfully. If there is a catch

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22 here. Companies must hire workers and invest for the economy

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to grow. But they will only do that when they see evidence of growth.

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The President knows it is all about confidence, and right now there is

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not any. Let us talk more about this. How

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serious are these worries about a drift into recession? Is is just

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about the jobless figures? I think the jobless figures are a big

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portion of this, for some time America has been struggling with

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very high levels of unemployment are not seen for decades. You are

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seeing more Americans out of work for longer periods of time, and

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that has led to increased speculation of a fall back into

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recession. Economists here are saying there is a one in three

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chance that we could see be US for back into recession -- recession.

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Now they say the risks have increased slightly, part of the

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problem is that the figures of job creation are so low that it is not

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enough for businesses to have confidence, and companies will not

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start hiring and less they have the confidence that consumers will go

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and buy their produce up spat. Recep Tayyip Erdogan is to restore

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confidence, what are his options? - - Obama. How can they get other

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companies involved? There is a scheme being led by the boss of

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General Electric, there is talk of tax incentives for companies that

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create jobs. The key create -- question is will any of his pass

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the Republican-controlled House. As we have seen, there has been a real

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log jam in Washington, as the American people are getting very

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frustrated. Relations between Turkey and Israel

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have become under strain, and Turkey has expelled is well's

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ambassador and suspended military agreements. It comes after the

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Israeli government refused to apologise for last year's raid on a

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flotilla bound for Gaza. A UN report says Israeli commandos used

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excessive force, 9 a Turkish activists died in the incident.

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It was an operation which went catastrophically wrong. Israeli

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special forces distended in the small hours of the morning on to

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the deck of a Turkish ship leading the flotilla. But they encountered

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resistance. Within minutes, nine a Turkish activists had been shot

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dead. Turkish Israeli ties, already strained, fell apart. There were

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furious protests across Turkey in the days following. Diplomacy in

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recent months has been unable to repair the damage. That has put

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their relationship in a deep freeze. Now is the time for the Israeli

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government to pay the price for seeing itself above the law, and

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performing illegitimate actions without taking human conscience

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into account. This price will be been deprived of Turkey's

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friendship. His Royal's ambassador has been ordered to leave by the

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middle of next week. All military co-operation between the two

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countries will be suspended. Turkey will support any legal action

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against Israel over the flotilla or the blockade of Gaza. The UN's own

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investigation has been delayed three times to help find a

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compromise. Turkey has insisted on an apology and compensation for the

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deaths. That is something Israel is unwilling to offer. The Turks have

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climbed up a very high tree in demanding that Israel apologists --

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apologises, because the panel does not ask it to. It recommends that

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is rarely expresses regret and pays compensation to the families of the

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people killed. 15 months after the flotilla plash, emotions are less

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door. But politicians still feel unable to enter the hostility that

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has soured their friendship. Talking tough to Israel goes down

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well with the Turkish public, so politically this was an easy step

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for the government to take. But it has been left -- it has left the

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door slightly open, because with his Middle Eastern neighbours in

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turmoil, getting on with his well maybe useful again.

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Joining us is the Israeli commentator Saul Zadka. The foreign

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minister says it is time that is well paid the price for its illegal

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actions. Israel will have to do something with it wants to repair

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relations, hasn't it? No matter what Israel would have done, the

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Turks have their own agenda in the Middle East, and it started long

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before the flotilla incident about one year ago. Ever since they came

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to power, the Islamist party wanted to be presented in the Middle East,

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especially in the Arab world as the champions of the Palestinian cause.

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This is to try and establish their head Germany over the region.

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sure they will say their party has business routes. What you say about

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Turkey wanting to flex its muscles is one thing, but nine activists

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were killed, and this is a United Nations report saying that the

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commandos used excessive force. The criticism is not just from Turkey.

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There is no doubt that they used excessive force. Israel said we

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will not apologise for an act of self-defence. There are a handful

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of people involved. The government were not changed is that?

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language used to to ask them to apologise was a very bullish, some

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would say a bit like black mile. If you are not going to apologise,

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tomorrow morning when this United Nations and report is out, we will

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punish you. You cannot do that. What happens now? Turkey is

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important, is well cannot afford to have bad relations. How can a piece

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of? The damage is Severe, and it is quite a blow -- blow for Israeli

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influence in the Middle East. What they wanted to do, the Israelis, is

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to patch out their differences behind the scenes. The the help of

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the Americans in diplomacy will be used for. The Turks have their own

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agenda, and this will make it difficult. They want to offset

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their losses in May last year or to have. However, it may be that

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Turkey will be on the losing side. Turkey it needs Israel more than

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vice versa. If the Turkish government for got as the Ottoman

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Empire does not exist anymore. sure they would take issue with

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that statement, but thank you. Fresh from their summit in Paris on

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Thursday, Libya's National Transitional Council said today

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that most of the country is now safe, and it is just a matter of

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time before Colonel Gaddafi is apprehended or killed. Leaders have

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set out a timetable for democratic change, saying elections could take

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A lot of fervour and a lot of guns. Tripoli is in its revolutionary

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honeymoon, even though Colonel Gaddafi is still at large and parts

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of the country are but -- are controlled by his men. Those people

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in the capital who supported him keep well away from crowds these

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days. The streets of Tripoli are still dominated by young fighters,

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they have moved into the power vacuum left. As far as they are

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concerned, this is their revolution. The new leaders are trying to start

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the process of persuading them to go home. We're not concerned by

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guns at the moment. My concern is about democracy. Of a civil society,

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and peace for this course. -- piece for this cause. You do not do this

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with guns. And Tripoli's new military headquarters was a

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American airbase. Its commander was once arrested, and he says he was

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tortured by BC IRA. He is the Co find -- Deco find co-founder of a

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group the Americans say have links to Al-Qaeda.

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He says they have a good idea where Gaddafi is, and that he will get a

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fair trial if he surrenders. If not, they will kill him. The huge

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Gaddafi compound has become a place to keep -- take the children. It

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was the nerve centre of the Gaddafi regime. Now they write rude

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messages about him. Assuming they can kill or capture Gaddafi, this

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will become the most complete Arab Revolution so far. He created a

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unique system of government that has already dissolved. That means

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Libya's new leaders have to find a new way to run this country,

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starting from scratch, as they have to take the people with them. If

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they can do it, it will be a huge Now a look at some of the day's

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other news. Reports from Syria say seven people have been killed as

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demonstrators came out in force to demand the fall of the government

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of President Bashar al-Assad. Protestors were reportedly killed

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in Deir el Zoor in the east, in suburbs of Damascus, and in Homs.

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The European Union said it will impose a ban on oil imports from

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Syria, in an attempt to put pressure on the authorities over

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the crackdown. The website Wikileaks has released

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its full archive of US embassy cables online. Many, if not all, of

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the posted documents appear to be unedited, exposing names and

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details of informants. Wikileaks took the decision after the files

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became available online due to a security breach.

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South Africa's ruling party, the ANC, has dismissed a request by its

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controversial Youth League leader Julius Malema to drop his

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disciplinary case. He is accused of sowing divisions in the party and

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bringing it into disrepute by calling for a change of government

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in neighbouring Botswana. Once a close ally of President Jacob Zuma,

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Julius Malema has become his fierce critic.

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The UN's nuclear agency says it's increasingly concerned about a

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stream of intelligence information suggesting that Iran is continuing

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to secretly develop nuclear weapons. A report by the IAEA also says

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Tehran has started installing equipment to enrich uranium in an

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underground bunker. Iran insists its programme is only for civilian

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purposes. It has only been two months since

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south Sudan became independent, yet already the shine has come off the

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celebrations. Inter ethnic conflict is not new in south Sudan, but it

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has been hoped that the peace dividend and independence after

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decades of court with the North would make a fresh start. Hundreds

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of people have been killed in a cattle raid in a remote and

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undeveloped area. The start of a seemingly ordinary

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village date turned into a disaster. Hundreds, perhaps thousands of

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armed when -- armed men, shot their way through Pieri and the swearing

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area. The local authorities say more that -- more than 600 people

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were killed. The attackers also stole thousands of cows and

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provisions from this were house provided by the World Food

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Programme before they torched what was left. Those who survived have

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now got to come to terms it what they lost. I was sleeping in my

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house when I heard the but it. They have killed my people, they have

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killed two of my nephews. All this destruction is the latest in a

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series of inter ethnic clashes in Jonglei state. These attackers --

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the attackers were from the Merley group seeking revenge for killings

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of their group, the Nuer. This two year-old was stabbed and his mother

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was badly hurt. The scale of the violence he has shocked many.

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Stopping the biting is difficult. The roads are poor and civilians

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are as heavily armed as the security forces. The government is

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aware it must act. Putting in a law and order by having adequate police

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and adequate security forces in places where we anticipate cattle

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rustling attacks, that will result in a vicious circles of revenge

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attacks. Cows are an immense source of wealth here. So for some, cattle

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raiding has become a way of life. Many of those who fled the fighting

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in Pieri ended up here in Watut, stripped of their cows and

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dependent on handouts and local kindness. The local chief told me

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the conditions are not good, and his people are not comfortable. We

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have nowhere to sleep and nothing to eat. As you can see, we are in a

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very bad situation, he said. The joy of south Sudan's independence

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is still fresh, but in Jonglei state and all over the country,

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people have to be disarmed and security forces professional --

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made professional if the cycle of revenge attacks is to be broken.

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Decade of space exploration has left a bit of a mess in space. And

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NASA has been told to clean it up before it causes a disaster. A new

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US live -- report estimates that up to 1000 satellite are at risk of

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colliding with the junk. Even tiny fragments can have devastating

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effect. In a moment, we will have an aerospace engineering expert.

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But let's have a look at the extent of a problem. This is a moment that

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Nasser left -- that NASA lost its tall box, adding to the collection

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of debris. The vast emptiness of space is filling up with items that

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astronauts have left behind. The amount of debris is staggering.

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Each of these dots represents one object. Each item travels faster

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than a rifle bullet. There are 22,000 pieces of debris large

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enough to track from the ground, but smaller object could still

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cause serious damage. The 2003 Columbia disaster was caused by

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damage to the heat shield. Even a fragment of loose paint can cause

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devastation. This Russian satellite was sent up in 1993, but two years

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ago it came into the part of the US communications satellite. The

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collision added thousands of pieces of debris. Collisions are very rare,

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but after each trip to space, there is one more sign of those who have

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Bordley gone before. Joining us now from Southampton is Hugh Lewis, an

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expert in aerospace engineering. Do you think that the problem is so

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bad that we ought to suspend space exploration in case there are any

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collisions? No, I do not believe that is the case. I think the work

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we have been doing in Southampton and the international community is

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also doing showed that the environment is, it will be a

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problem, the number of object is increasing but we are taking steps

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to manage the problem. So basically clean space? How do you tackle

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that? The international community, including government agencies,

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commercial satellite operators and manufacturers are already taking

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steps to address it through space mitigation guidelines. These

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guidelines are designed to reduce the amount of new debris created,

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and that will not be suspicion alone. We will be needing to clean

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up the debris by removing the junk from orbit. You cannot get your mop

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and bucket out. How exactly do you go about cleaning space? It is a

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very challenging problem, in that sense that in order to remove a

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piece of debris, it you have tickets to its location. That

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involves launching a spacecraft to provide removal. That is a very

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expensive process, the cost of building a satellite and launching

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it is significant. We need to look at ways in which we can do this in

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a cost-effective manner. So that is still being assessed and. Is it

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going to be, is there going to be a cost-effective way of doing it or

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do we have to live with junk in space? The technological aspects

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are just one talent among several that need to be tackled in the

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coming years. -- just one challenge that needs to be tackled. There are

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legal and political challenges than need to be addressed. That dialogue

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is starting to take place and it is starting to go forward. Thank you

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very much, on how to clean up space. Her career in music has been a long

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and successful one, and now she is having another go at being a film

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director. Madonna's second movie has had its premiere at the Venice

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Film Festival and the film tells the story of the American socialite

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Mrs Wallis Simpson whose affair with King Edward VII scandalised

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pre-war Britain and led to his abdication. In her only British

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interview, Madonna has been speaking to the BBC's art editor

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Will Gompertz in what she hoped to achieve with her film.

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Enter Madonna. Performing for the cameras. She is promoting her new

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film. Though this time, she is not the star but the directors. It is

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not usual for this much faster be made about Iraqi film direction.

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But then, Madonna is hardly typical of your mid-life career change. She

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is very famous and gets treated rather differently. Wallace, what

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is wrong? Lunch with your brother and sister in law. The subject of

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celebrity is a central theme running through her new film, W.E..

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It tells the story of Wallis Simpson's affair with Edward VII.

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Let's stop all this talk about marriage. It frightens me.

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considers what she lost by becoming a public figure. I cannot give up

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the from. Then I will be the most despised woman in the world.

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price of fame is an issue close to the director's hard. Once you

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become a public figure, or a celebrity, it is very hard for

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people to give you more than one dimension to live in. You were

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reduced to a sound bite. It can often be frustrating, because you

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spend most of your time saying, that is not me, that is not what I

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said or dead. And I am sure that Wallis Simpson felt the same way.

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The Wallis Simpson story is well known, featuring in the King's

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Speech. Madonna has added a parallel element of someone

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obsessed with Wallace's son in modern Manhattan who also has a

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complicated love life. Two mixed to time frames would be a challenge

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for modern director. -- an experienced director. A bloody

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nightmare. The details of all the stories, the world they lived in,

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the luxuries, the objects, I do not know what I was thinking when I was

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writing the script! The film has divided critics from night and --

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nice and warm to pure scorn. But the director of Black Swan thinks

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the material girl has come up with the goods. Everyone in the world

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has seen the king's speech, it so to see another window into that

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story was fascinating. Now the stuttering King is a Supporting

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actor, played by a different actor. It is interesting to see how a

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different artist approaches that universe and how they fit together

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is pretty cool. At the end of the press conference, there was this

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bizarre scene. Hardened hacks turned into Die Hard fans,

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desperate for an autograph. An ironic episode given that the movie

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questions the cult of celebrity. Madonna and her new film. Let's

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remind you of our top story pulled a rock share prices in New York

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have fallen after new US jobs figures.

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Government figures showed that the jobs figures ground to a halt last

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month -- job creation ground to a halt.

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Next it is the weather. From me, Zeinab Badawi, and the team, could

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Today in the sunshine it has been lovely and warm. Tomorrow, for

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south-east England, more of the same in the sunshine again. It is

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going to feel very nice indeed. Overnight tonight, we have got a

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with a front pushing him, going to bring cloud and rain into Northern

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Ireland and Scotland. For many northern areas, a bit of a

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disappointing start to Saturday. The south-east is starting misty

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and murky, but these guys will Brighton. As we head to 3pm, I will

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expect to see a bit more cloud developing through Lincolnshire

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into the Midlands but staying dry for most of the day. Four East

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Anglia, the south-east, the Home Counties and central and southern

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England, a lovely afternoon. After as reasonably bright start to the

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day, south-west England will see the skies cloud over. Patchy rain

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in the West later. Cloudy in Wales, rain in the West, cloudy -- heavy

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at times. In Northern Ireland, it will be a cloudy start. Through the

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afternoon, the cloud breaking up allows spells of sunshine to break

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