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This is BBC World News Today with me, Kirsty Lang. A plane crash in

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Russia kills some of the country's best ice hockey players. 43 people

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die, most of them from one of the country's most successful teams.

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The Eurozone survives a key test in the German courts, but has Europe's

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ability to act quickly over the debt crisis been dealt a fatal

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blow? The euro it is a guarantee of a unified Europe.

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India on high alert for terror attacks after a bomb explodes

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outside Dehli's High Court, killing at least ten people.

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Making light of Muslim life in the Little Mosque On The Prairie. We

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find out how why US networks are not keen to run this hit Canadian

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comedy. And after PJ Harvey's album about

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war and national identity wins the prestigious Mercury Music Prize, is

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Hello and Welcome. The world of Russian ice hockey was plunged into

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mourning today after a plane carrying one of the county's top

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teams crashed just after take off, killing all but two of the

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passengers and crew. The Russian jet plummeted into a river in the

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Western city of Yaroslav. On board was the Lokomotiv ice hockey team

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on their way to the opening game of the season in Minsk.

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Burning near the river, but remains of a Russian aeroplane that crash

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with almost an entire hockey's got on board. Another accident in

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Russia's terrible history of air disasters. The plane was on its way

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to Minsk for the first game of the season. Most of the team were on

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the aircraft. Only one has survived and he is in intensive care. The

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opening match of the season was abandoned when news of the crash

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came through. TRANSLATION:. My dear friends, the

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aeroplane carrying the Lokomotiv team has crashed. The Lokomotiv

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team was one of the best in Russia. Their coach is Canadian. 11 of the

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players on board were non-Russians, including the Slovakian forward and

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the Swedish goalkeeper. Eyewitnesses who saw the plane come

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down said it appeared to wobble after take-off before crashing to

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the ground. Lokomotiv joins the list of other teams who have been

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devastated by air disasters. Pakistan International Airways say

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they have found no suspicious items on the British-bound plane forced

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to make an emergency landing in Istanbul after a bomb alert. A full

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search of the aircraft, en route from Lahore to Manchester, is being

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carried out before the flight can resume its journey. Meanwhile,

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Pakistan Airlines says a second flight has also received a bomb

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threat, but it has landed safely in Malaysia.

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It was a tense moment for Mrs Merkel today when the German

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Constitutional Court was asked to rule on whether she had the right

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to agree to any more bail outs of eurozone countries such as Greece.

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The case was brought by some leading eurosceptics who don't want

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to see any more German taxpayers money heading south. In the end the

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court said the German government did have the right to authorise

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bail outs, but it must first consult parliament.

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Delivering their verdict, the judges and Germany's constitutional

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court said last year's rescue packages were compatible with

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German and EU of law. But the judges said that in the future, the

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German parliament would have to give its prior approval to other

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bale-out. It is a blow to a group of Euro academics. However, for

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Chancellor Merkel, the verdict is an important victory. In fighting

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mood, she told MPs that Germany was committed to the single currency.

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TRANSLATION: And if the euro fails, then Europe will fail. With public

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opinion in Germany strongly against the rescue packages, Chancellor

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Merkel has come under fire for her handling of the debt crisis. And

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last weekend her party suffered losses at another regional election,

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this time in her home state. As Europe's biggest economy, Germany

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is the biggest contributor to the bail-out fund. It gave 20 % of the

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first Greek bail-out last year. Two weeks later the financial stability

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facility was approved and Germany contributed $173 billion. This is

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due to rise to 300 million -- 300 billion. But Germans cannot

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understand why their tax money should be used to bail out other

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countries. Can Chancellor Merkel convince them it is money well

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spent? It is time for political leaders to say why Europe is good,

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has been cut. Also why it is hard to step back at this point. They

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should really make the case that Europe is there for their self-

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interest. Chancellor Merkel will face a crucial vote later this

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month on the USA and a rescue fund. It is unlikely be critical voices

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what died down. With the government having to be consulted before other

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measures are taken, it could leave Chancellor Merkel with less than a

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four manoeuvre. -- with less room for manoeuvre.

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Live now to Berlin where we can speak to Ferdinand Fichtner, the

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Chief Economist at the German Institute for Economic Research. To

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what extent do you think this ruling ties Mrs Merkel's hands?

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does not tie them. It frees them because it allows her to do what

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she thinks makes sense. I think it does not really change the

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situation we are currently in. I think the ruling makes sense and in

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this respect, it is probably the right thing to do. But surely the

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fact she has to refer it to Parliament was slow down the

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process? She has already been accused of dithering over this

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crisis and making the market's nervous because she has not been

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decisive enough. This can only make it worse? Well, it was always clear

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that the current rescue packages will have to be decided upon by

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Parliament. The discussion was always clear. Principally, you are

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right. The court has ruled that Parliament will have to confirm all

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rescue packages and this what in turn mean that all rescue packages

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that will take longer in time. It also means that what is currently

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done by the European Central Bank, direct measures up to intervene on

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financial markets, those things will probably not be taken over by

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the rescue packages which would have made sense because the

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European central bank cannot rightfully do it. The court also

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ruled they could be no pooling of European debt. Does that not part

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pot these coppers on the eurobond idea? Definitely, yes. The eurobond

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would be perfect a pooling of European debt and in this sense,

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the court has decided that this is not in line with the German

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constitution. So it would mean if we wanted something like Euro bonds,

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we have to change the constitution. From an economic perspective it

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makes a lot of sense to be careful what this kind of instrument

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because they can live -- basically, we could lose the market that

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stabilises debt levels by penalising debt levels. It is good

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to hear the constitutional Court has decided that also from a legal

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perspective, it is at least something that should be thought

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about very carefully. Thank you. The foreign minister of Niger has

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confirmed that at least three convoys carrying officials from

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Colonel Gaddafi's ousted government has cross the border, but he is not

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with them. More stories are emerging about the last harrowing

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days of his regime. Our correspondent sent this report.

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This is where the enemies of Colonel Gaddafi were silent. A

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place of detention and abuse. Now the new government hold its enemies

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here. More than 700 men and women suspected of crimes against the

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revolution. We are restricted in what we can film inside the prison,

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so let me describe the conditions as I walk along one of the main

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corridors. First of four, the floor is filthy. There is litter, dirt,

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water. The cells are very grand and very hot. They are probably about

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seven metres by five metres. In each one there are about 30

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prisoners. Five men from Africa, accused have been mercenaries for

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Gaddafi. They were let out of their cell to talk to us. They say they

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are labourers who were dragged from their homes because they are black.

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We have been told they will get a fair trial, but the brawl at the

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moment is guilty until proven innocent. Have you ever worked for

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Colonel Gaddafi? Never. I could not do that. If I wanted to be a

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military man, I would do it in my country. Three girls. The youngest

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is 16. They do not want to show their faces because they were part

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of Gaddafi's National Guard, but just listen to their explanation.

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They claimed they were motivated by fear.

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TRANSLATION: When our family were against the regime, soldiers came

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to our house. They threw us out and killed my uncle and brother. We

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thought if we joined them, they would not suspect us or hurt us.

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teenager accused of executing 11 people. Recruited -- she was

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recruited to a militia group and claimed she was raped by a group of

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Gaddafi's supporters. She said she was forced to shoot prisoners with

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a rifle. Unable to watch, she turned her head and pulled the

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trigger. Five men, three girls and one teenager. In will be for the

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new courts to decide their fate. To decide who is the victim and who is

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an offender. They need to set the standard for a new justice in Libya,

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but they need to do it quickly. The judge at the trial of the

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ousted Egyptian President has said that the country's current military

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leader will give evidence in a closed session next week. It has

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been a key prosecution demand for him to testify. Other officials

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will also give evidence. Mubarak is charged with ordering the shooting

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of protesters earlier this year. India is now on a high security

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alert after a bomb hidden in a briefcase exploded outside of the

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High Court in Delhi. And Al-Qaeda linked group has claimed

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responsibility by e-mail, but government officials say it is too

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early to name a suspect. It has raised doubts about India's ability

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to protect its important institutions.

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The panel for blast took place outside the High Court in the

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morning. Police say that the bomb was hidden inside a briefcase and

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placed next to the entrance, creating panic as it went off.

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There was or massive blast and the entire building shock. It is in

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shambles. The emergency services were quick to arrive, up varying

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away the windy to local hospitals. Many of the victims were badly

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wounded. Forensic experts have been gathering evidence. Specialist

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units were brought in as a security measure. The sight has been

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cordoned off. Police and special units are in place, not just to

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carry out the investigation, but to keep a curious public and the media

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at bay. This is just outside the main gate of the High Court and at

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the time of the attack, this place was milling with people because

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Wednesday's -- because Wednesday is the day when public interest cases

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are heard. The sketches of two suspects were released. There are

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believed to be -- to have been in the vicinity of the attack. The

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Prime Minister had this to say. This is a cowardly act up a

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terrorist nature. We will deal with it and will not succumb to the

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pressure of terrorism. This is a long war in which all political

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parties, all the people of India have to stand united so that the

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scourge of terrorism is crushed. India is not new to attacks of this

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kind. In the past, they had been blamed on Home Grown terror groups.

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For now, Delhi and other cities had been placed on high alert as the

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authorities scramble to get their Two suicide bombers have blown

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themselves in in Pakistan. The explosions killed at least 23

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people and injured more than 80. The Government officials said local

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Taliban were responsible. Syrian activists say that thank -- tanks

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open fire on people in the city of Homs. They claimed security forces

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killed at least 14. Amateur video posted on the internet said shows

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deserted streets and shops with their shutters down. The Swedish

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car maker Saab has filed for bankruptcy protection. They have

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been plague bids production storm packages and problems play --

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paying suppliers. The parent company said a voluntary

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reorganisation would enable to obtain short-term funding. The top

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US news anchor Katie Couric says American TV should make a Muslim

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version of the Cosby show to counter act the anti-Muslim bigotry

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which has surfaced in some of the more extreme opposition to the

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proposed building at Ground Zero of a mosque. Just across the border in

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Canada such a show exists. It is called Little Mosque On The Prairie.

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We went to see why the show is such a hit and why it has mot got off

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the ground in the US or Britain. -- not. Little Mosque On The Prairie,

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is a huge hit in Canada. As well as selling to more than 80 countries

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worldwide. I shows Muslims and Christians living side by side in

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small town Canada and isn't afraid to poke fun at everyone. My point

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is this. Wine gums. Rye bread. Liquorice. Western traps designed

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to seduce Muslims to drink alcohol. His sermons are going to drive me

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to drink. Patient, it is his last. On location in Toronto the filming

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season six. -- they are filming season six. Although in some ways

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it is ground breaking, one of the stars says its success is due to

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the mainstream appeal. We don't go out to be an issue-based show. At

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the end of the day we a come day. So we are not a political comedy.

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We are a comedy that has Islam as a backdrop because some of the

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character, most of the characters happen to be Muslim. That is really

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what makes everyone feel more assimilated from both points of

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view. We had a fan of the show, who said "I love what you do, that is

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high praise coming from a Jew. That is what this woman said. Did you

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see what I just saw? Her eyes. Starting to look like the Third

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World round here. The sitcom had attracted some controversy, causing

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a diplomatic spat when it became entangled in the Wikileaks saga but

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it wasn't Muslims who were complaining of being the persecuted

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minority. Newly released cables contain diplomatic exchanges about

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CBC television. One cable from the US Embassy to Washington accused

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Little Mosque On The Prairie of what it called insidious negative

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populous stereotyping of Americans in Canada. It set off alarms by

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showing an innocent Canadian bullied by US agents. Have you got

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an appointment? The producers thought the show had been smeared,

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they sent DVD box sets to Washington to set the record

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straight. I sat down and drafted a letter to President Obama and to

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Hillary Clinton, and I was surprised to come in and find this

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letter on my desk. I think Hillary Clinton got it where she says thank

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you for everything you doing to foster cross cultural unity. I was

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joking. Muslims round the world are known for their sense of mew --

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humour. The US remains a market that Little Mosque On The Prairie

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has yet to crack. One market acquired the right bus the deal

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fizzled out. We need that courageous broadcaster to say

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whatever, we know we are going to get letter, we know we are going to

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hear from the Christian right, the Muslims who don't think Muslim

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should be treated as something funny. We will hear from the fringe

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people and mainstream America will get it. Now, when the British

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singer-songwriterer PJ Harvey first won the Mercury Music Prize she was

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in Washington watching the Pentagon burn. The events of 9/11 were the

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inspiration of her second winning album which is about the horrors of

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war. She is the first artist to win it on two occasion, our

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entertainment correspondent has more. PJ Harvey. The winner of the

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year's Mercury Prize. The judges deciding that for the second time,

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she should take the accolade of Album of the Year. This year's the

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shortlist included p artists from the unknown like Anna Calvi to

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Adele. Adele's album may have outsold any other in 2011 on both

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side of the at lack -- Atlantic but in the end PJ Harvey's record Let

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England Shake was deemed the most deserving. The album was inspired

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by war and conflict, topics not unrelated to the last time she won

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ten years ago. Obviously the last time I won this award was September

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11th, I was in Washington, and there was this Pentagon burning,

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and I think like anybody else we were gripped, and shocked, and it

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was a very surreal day. Obviously, a very strange day on which to

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receive a prize, via the telephone across the Atlantic. Winning before

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was a landmark event in her career. Winning again tonight underlierns

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position as one of the music industries most enduring talents.

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To discuss the Mercury Prize I am joined by Dorian Lynskey. A first

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of all, do you think PJ Harvey's album fits into the category of Mo

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protest music. Probably political music. What she set out to do was

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not to really convey her own point of view. I think what she did for

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research was look through diary, poetry, artwork, sort of soak in

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all of these different accounts of war and then present them with many

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voice, so there isn't an anti-war message in there, which is what

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makes it is strong, there is never a sense he is saying this the

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message of my record. It is almost as though she is stel -- telling a

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story. A narrative, a song cycle. Yes. She wrote all the lyrics

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before the melodies and she had drawings for each song. It is very

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much the sort of outside the normal way of writing pop songs. So dingle

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So she is reflecting on current events rather than writing like

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Joan Baez did. Yes, when she did there was value in people coming

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out and saying war is wrong, what is happening in South East Asia is

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wrong. Now, as it was recognised, that seems obvious. How do you make

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an anti-war song that doesn't seem patronising and obvious? And so her

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way of doing that is to present sort of characters, thoughts, words,

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she has taken bits of language from her various sources. There are

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three songs about the First World War battle at Gallipoli. Exactly.

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There is only one I think which takes images from coverage of Iraq.

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Her theme is Iraq and Afghanistan, but her broader theme is that war

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goes on. You know, it is the cycle of war. Saying what we are, enraged

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or saddens by now is what people have been enraged by for deck aide

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kaids. Century, folk songs going back centuries. Are there many

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protest songs round these days, putting PJ Harvey aside? Not so

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many. It is the, the decline began at the end of the 80s. It's a great

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artistic challenge. Peep have gout out of the habit of thinking they

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should do. In the '60s or in the punk and post punk era, people

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could see examples of it done so well, it felt so natural and

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exciting and fresh, that lots of people stepped up and did it. Now,

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I think it has gone out of vogue. Is that because musicians have

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become depoliticised of music fans don't want to be told what to think

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or do? There is a lot. There is a resentment of the celebrity

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activist, telling you what to do. There is definitely that suspicion.

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I mean, I don't know. A couple of years ago I would have said music

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fans were largely depoliticised. You look at the student protest, a

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lot of music fans there, and you think, no, they are interested in

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politic, I just don't see a desperate need on their part to

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have songs to go with it in the way people did in the civil rights era.

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Quick reminder now of the main news story. Most of the players in one

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of Russia's top ice hockey teams have died in a plane crash North

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East of Moscow. The aircraft crashed shortly after taking off on

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its way to Belarus for one of the first games of the season. Almost

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everyone onboard apart from two people were killed. That is all

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from me and the rest of the team. Hello. There is brisk winds we have

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been having to endure ease down a notch during Thursday and there

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might be a bit of sunshine on offer. A threat of more showers though,

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more general rain returning to the south-west later in the day. The

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big picture going into Thursday shows weather front, system, lining

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up in the Atlantic and coming our way, so it stays very unsettled for

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several more days. We start Thursday damp in southern areas

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patchy rain, the further north you are the brighter it will be. North

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East England if particular, but north-west England as well.

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Brighter than we have been, still a few showers round, but across

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southern England we never really shift that cloud during the day and

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from it there will be bits and pieces of rain. Not amounting to

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much but the rain gathtoerg the south-west and into Wales again

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later in the day. With that n the south-west, increasingly poor

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visibility. More so through Thursday night, and into Friday.

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Here comes the rain again into Wales. Some brightness the further

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theeft you. In Northern Ireland it will be dry and bright for some

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time before cloud increases again later in the day. With outbreaks of

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rain not far away. To the west and north of Scotland we continue with

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showers. Down the eastern side you avoid most of the showers and see

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the best of the sunshine. All of this rain has to lift north during

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