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This is BBC World News today with me, Zeinab Badawi. In the run up to

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the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks in America,

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US intelligence points to possible car bombs targeting strategic

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points in Washington or New York. We are taking this threat seriously.

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Federal, state and local authorities are taking all steps to

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address it. Advancing on one of Gaddafi's last strong holds. Libyan

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rebels say they will take the town of Bani Walid within hours.

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The fallout from the eurozone crisis now a key official at the

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European Central Bank resigns, leading to sharp declines on global

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markets. Still daring to defy - President

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Assad, despite the crack down in Syria, protesters call for

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international protection. And rock gods up close and personal,

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a candid look at U2's premiere at Hello and welcome. The US

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authorities have warned a specific and credible threat in the country

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as Americans prepare to mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11 on Sunday.

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My colleague, Jon Sopel is at Ground Zero in New York and we can

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Thank you very much. Welcome to Ground Zero, where on Sunday, this

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part of the city is going to fall earily and strairchingly quiet. The

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west side highway will be shut beneath where we're broadcasting

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now. All attention will be focused on this memorial, which will be

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unveiled by the President and mayor and for the first time, the

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relatives of those who lost their lives in the attack on the Twin

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Towers will be able to see the names of their loved ones etched in

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the stones that surround these rather beautiful pools, which mark

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the footprint of where the north and south towers were. There's a

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security concern. Security has been stepped up in New York, following

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intelligence suggesting that there was a plot to have either a car or

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a truck bomb in one of the main streets in the city or perhaps in

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one of the tunnels. That has led to an air of slight twitchiness, as

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America prepares to remember its dead from 9/11, ten years ago.

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Let's get this report from our correspondent Laura Trevelyan.

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Good Morning America, breaking news, terror plot revealed. Is Al-Qaeda

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planning to set off car bombs in New York and DC? This is what

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America woke up to this morning, police officers in Manhattan have

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already started searching trucks in response to what officials say is a

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specific, credible, but unconfirmed, threat. The measures in place

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suggest officerers trying to guard against the possibility of a

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vehicle bomb. The US administration justified its decision to make the

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details of the plot public. We are taking this threat seriously.

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Federal, state and local authorities are taking all steps to

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address it. And, of course, making it public, as was done yesterday,

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is intended to enlist the millions and millions of New Yorkers and

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Americans to be the eyes and ears of vigilance. For New Yorkers,

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going to work this morning, the increased security was yet another

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reminder of how much life has changed since the 9/11 attacks.

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Quite frankly, I don't think Al- Qaeda has the resources to launch a

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coordinate add tack. So, no, I'm not worried. I think that were all

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worried, about you we have to just move on and live our lives the way

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we always do. We're an open country. You can come and go as you please.

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As Sunday's tenth anniversary of New York's monumental loss aprofpdz,

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it's an emotional time for the relatives of the dead. Charles'

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British wifuals killed in the north tower of the World Trade Center.

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miss my best friend. After ten years, you know you have to, you

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continually move on. I said that they may have gotten my wife, but

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they're not getting the rest of my life. I said that shortly after

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9/11. I refuse to let the terrorists take over my life in a

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negative way. New Yorkers are on their guard against what, it's not

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clear. The exact nature of the threat is still unconfirmed.

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I'm joined now by a representative from the American Civil Liberties

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Union. Thomas Franklin who took perhaps the most famous photograph

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of 9/11. It's going to be a solemn day on Sunday, but for you, a lot

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of worry about some of the reactions taken to make Americans

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safe. Yes the ACLU joins all Americans in mourning the losses of

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9/11. As we reflect back on that turbulent decade, we have to

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remember that the source of our strength and security is our values

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of equality, justice and dew process. It's when we fail to abide

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by those values that our nation goes down the wrong path. Isn't it

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right that the job of an elected politician, the President, his

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first duty is to protect the citizens? The first duty of an

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elected President is to follow the constitution according to the

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constitution. Protecting our citizens in accordance with

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constitutional values is part of what the government does and we

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expect it to do. It can best do so by abiding by those values and

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ensuring that we don't alienate our allies or give recruiting tools to

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our enemies when we fail to act in accordance with our constitution.

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Isn't the problem with that is that the people who want to destroy

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democracy can just take advantage of that kind of rather liberal

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approach, if you like, that they can say, you know, what we can get

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away with anything in this country, they're so worried about civil

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liberties it gives us freedom to do what we want. I reject the premise

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that civil liberties are a threat and liability instead of aness et.

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The best rejoineder to those who commit violence or advocate it is

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that we are stronger than you are. You are criminals. We are able to

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deal with you in accordance with our values without glorifying what

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you want. Have things changed, you know, with the change of

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administration, have your concerns lessened? There have been very

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important advances made by the Obama administration, categorically

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rejecting torture, putting an end to CIA secret prison. But it hasn't

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turned its back on other policies which violate the constitution and

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our values, including indefinite detention at Guantanamo, including

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warrantless wiretaping of Americans and profiling of Muslim Americans

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in way that's are unfair, ineffective and threaten to

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undermine our security efforts instead of enhance them. Let me

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turn to you Thomas. I notice just before we came to us, you put your

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camera on the floor. They made me take it off. You might miss a shot.

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Tell me about the day. Wow, well, I mean, it's hard to believe ten

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years have passed. It's you know it's a huge day in our history and

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I was witness to everything that happened that day. I was keenly

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aware of how important my pictures were going to be historically.

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Yeah... The image that I think we can show now of the firefighters,

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flag, tell me how that photo came about. Well, I was making pictures

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all around the Ground Zero area. A little bit before 5pm, the search

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and rescue effort was halted because World Trade Center number

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seven, which was right over here, was going to collapse. All the

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firemen and rescue workers evacuated west of where we are

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right now. I walked back towards the Ground Zero area and saw three

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firemen with a flag. I couldn't tell what they were going to do

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with it. I was anticipating they were going to perform some sort of

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act. Very quickly they raised the flag and I shot the photograph from

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30, 40 feet away. And was it instant, the pick up for that

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photo? You know, did everybody want that particular picture? Well, when

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I shot the picture, it didn't immediately stand out to me above

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anything else I had photographed that day. The two largest buildings

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in the world came crumbling down and thousands of people were killed.

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That picture seemed inconsequential to those events. By the next

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morning, we were starting to get a lot of phone calls. The interest in

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the picture was huge. You think of iconic images of American history,

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I guess, that is, it's like iwojimo, isn't it? There's some visual

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similarities. For a brief moment it dawned on me that it was similar to

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that. It all happened very quickly. There was no time to replicate it

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in any way. It turned out that they did visually look similar.

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didn't say, you know, I'm sure a lot of people watching don't know

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the rules or etiquette when you're doing these things, you didn't say

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"Could you do that again, only just do it slightly differently so I can

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get a better angle?" No I never talked to them at all. I didn't

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meet them until months later. It was a spontaneous act. It was in

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the a performance. They had no idea the picture was being taken. They

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did this act of patriotism, I assume, for themselves. I was

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witness to it. Yeah, and I guess why the picture is so powerful, it

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looks like, it was a terrible day for America, but it was an act of

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solidarity, defiance, determination, all those things. Yeah, people have

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told me that's what they see in the picture and that they draw strength

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from it. Even ten years later, I still receive phone calls, letters

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and e-mails from people telling me how much the picture means to them.

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The picture has raised over $10 million for charity. The picture

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has lived a life of its own. It's raised $10 million for charity,

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how? It was used as a US postage stamp, selected by President Bush

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the year after 9/11. So proceeds of the stamp wents to families and

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victims of 9/11. Can I ask you both this question, do you think America

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is safer today, more secure today than it was ten years ago?

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going to defer. That's not my area of expertise. I think certainly

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that we've had poll tiz that have made us less safe because they've

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alienated our allies, given recruiting tools to our enemies.

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But the real possibility that we have is to become more safe, to

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chart a different course and move forward in way that's we can be

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proud of, in accordance with the constitution and in accordance with

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the values, both security and freedom, side by side. Thomas, I

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guess the paradox of what you've done is that although this

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photograph is almost what any kind of photo journalist would want to

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get, I suspect you pray that it should never happen again. It's a

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very bitter sweet thing for sure. On one hand, as a journalist you

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often times don't get to receive that kind of feed back and response

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from people. And for that, I'm very proud. But I certainly wish that

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day never happened. I wish I didn't have to witness this. I wish those

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thousands of people who were murdered that day were still here

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today. Both of you, thank you very much indeed. By the way, what do

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you think of the memorial behind us? I think it's coming along. I'm

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very excited to see what it's going to look like when it's finished.

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Are you disappointed it's not finished yet? It's a little

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disappointing. I understand that there are reasons for that. I'm

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respectful of those reasons. What do you think of it? I'm interested

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in an artistic and as a place where people can go and remember loved

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ones? It's beautiful. The World Trade Center and the plaza was not

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the most beautiful space. I loved those buildings. I shot pictures of

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them from every angle all my life. The space was not a really inviting

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space. I'm really excited to see they've planted trees, there's

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going to be open space. I think they've been very respectful to the

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families of those who died. Thank you so much for being with us here

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on the BBC. President Obama will unveil the memorial on Sunday,

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along with President Bush, along with the mayor of New York and the

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families will be able to wander and find the names of loved ones that

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surround the sunken pools that mark the footprint of the Twin Towers.

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From here, at Ground Zero, in lower Manhattan, it's back to the studio.

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Snfrplt That was Jon Sopel at grrz in New York in the run up to the

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10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

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In Libya, the chief of the National Transitional Council, rather the

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chief negotiator at Bani Walid has told the BBC that forces are now

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fighting inside the town and are a couple of kilometres from the

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centre of Bani Walid. We can cross live to our correspondent Richard

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gal pin on the outskirts of the city. What can you tell us about

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the fighting that has started apparently in earnest now? Well,

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essentially it's been pretty intense fighting throughout the day.

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We've been here since the morning. We've seen large numbers of rebel

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fighters speeding along the road behind me towards Bani Walid and

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essentially, they are saying that they had no choice but to engage

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with the Gaddafi loyalists inside the town, because the Gaddafi

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loyalists attacked them, firing rockets and artillery and therefore,

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they responded. It seems they've moved very quickly towards the town.

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As you say, we were briefed by the chief negotiator saying that they

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were pretty close, they were something like two kilometres or so

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away from the centre of Bani Walid. We've now had word from a rebel

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commander who is saying, he says, at least, that they're not going to

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go any further at this stage, because they are waiting for the

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full orders to come from higher military authorities, but what we

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know is that there has been according to sources here there has

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been hand-to-hand combat. They're describing the Gaddafi forces there

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as professional fighters, but they're also saying that some of

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them had literally been throwing away their weapons as the rebels

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advances. Quickly remind us why Bani Walid is so important. Well,

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it's important in the sense that obviously as we know, the rebels

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swept into the capital Tripoli almost three weeks ago. And yet,

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Bani Walid and three other towns have remained in the hands of the

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Gaddafi loyalists. Therefore, it is obviously crucial for the rebels,

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if they want to complete their revolution and declare victory, for

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them to gain control of these remaining towns and now, we are

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seeing the rebels actually moving into Bani Walid. We assume that

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they may well also advance on Sirte, as well, on the coast, which is

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Protesters across Syria have poured onto the streets following Friday

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prayers calling for the fault of of the President President Bashar al-

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Assad. Some of the biggest protests were reported in a central city.

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Foreign journalists cannot report freely from serious so our

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correspondent cent this report from neighbouring Lebanon. -- Our

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correspondent sent this report. The Government is saying that

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security personnel have been killed by armed terrorist groups. Despite

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heavy violence in the City earlier this week, these unverified

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pictures show large protests after Friday prayers. Protest organisers

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have been trying to give the demonstration a common theme, and

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this time it is the demand for greater international protection.

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The Syrian government has some external support still. Most

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notably, from a rash. Moscow insists there will be no foreign

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intervention. -- notably, from brush-off. Russia will exert

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maximum effort so that the situation in a Syria does not

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follow the Libyans and area. the allies are distancing

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themselves from President Bashar al-Assad. The Turkish Prime

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And President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that a military crackdown

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is never the right solution. Global markets have again suffered

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sharp falls, this time on the news that the Chief Economist of the

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European Central Bank has resigned. It is believed that Juergen Stark

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opposed difference options are going on and there were meetings to

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agree on a way forward. -- different options. We keep being

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told that the global economy is in trouble. The last time we heard

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that, this lot came to London to fix it. Today, the head of the IMF

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came borrowed to say that it was time for leaders to -- came forward

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to say it was time for leaders to step up. Leaders around the world

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need to act now and must act boldly and must act together. She was

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staring at -- sharing a stage with her friend, the Chancellor, who

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think that his bonus cuts are bold enough. So does his boss.

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Government is absolutely focused on taking the long-term decisions so

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that we emerge with this would a strong -- from this would a strong

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economy for our people. In the UK, she is not quite calling for a plan

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B, and thinks that the Bank of England could inject more money

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into England. The key, she said, is for Europe's politicians to resolve

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the problems with the euro and shore up their banks. In America,

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they have said that President Obama was right to spend money to create

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jobs but agreed that America needed to cut spending overall.

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companies invest and higher, there will be customers for their

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products and services. You should pass this jobs plan right away.

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president's 450 billion dollar stimulus plan seemed to go down

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well last night. But the markets fell again today, on fears that the

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Republicans would never actually pass it. The value of the euro also

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fell sharply on the news that a key figure of the European Central Bank

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had resigned. All of this gives the G7 finance ministers plenty to talk

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about tonight. The last time, everyone was worried about the

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global economy, and policy makers pulled out all stops to help make.

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Now there is much less room for manoeuvre.

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In Egypt, thousands of protesters are in Cairo. Organisers want a

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military rulers to keep their promises of reform and are calling

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for a transfer of power. A court has jailed a Pakistani border

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Britain for life for trying to recruit people to fight for the

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Taliban in Afghanistan. The man was captured in a police sting when

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police officers infiltrated his group. The British-based human

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rights group, Reprieve, says it has evidence of an underground centre

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based in Somalia. The sender is said to be used by the US -- the

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centre is said to be used by US intelligence personnel. Clara

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Gutteridge is a veteran human rights investigator who tracked the

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fate of a Kenyan who was flown to the present. He has been how

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therefore more than a year without access to a lawyer or ever seeing

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daylight. She joins us in the studio. You heard the Prime

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Minister they are saying that there was nothing about this detention

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centre near the presidential compound. How can you be sure that

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it exists? We have spoken to eyewitness -- eye witnesses who had

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been held in the centre and we have had many different accounts. A

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number of media outlets have also covered the story. I think it is

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beyond a doubt it is going on. any one from Reprieve scene this

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detention centre? It is a secret present. None of these prisoners

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have been allowed access to a lawyer. But you can say quite

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confidently that it exists? I have spoken to credible sources and I

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think the onus is now on the Somali government to open up the location

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and let outsiders into have a look. Who do you think is being kept

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there? There are a number of people who had been flown in from outside

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the war isn't to be held there and there are children as young as 14

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being held there. -- the War Zone. That is quite a serious allegation.

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The former President -- prisoners speak about being taken into any

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area where there were guards. There are American people who are allowed

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into the present to see people and interrogate people. So you want

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someone to tell you what is going on. Yes. Thank you very much for

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joining us. On a lighter note, B Toronto Film

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Festival is one of the big fixtures in the movie world. It has gone

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under where -- are under way with a documentary on the Irish rock group

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U2. But by no and the end were on hand at. -- both Bono and the Edge

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were on hand. The documentary, Ynys Mon, this its

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-- the documentary, From The Sky Down, this at a time when U2 was

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reinventing itself with its 1991 album Achtung Baby. We went through

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that moment in Berlin in 1991 where we saw it and have ended all of the

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things that people loved about our band and we began afresh. There is

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a kind of fate that is necessary to move from one note to the other.

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The film mixes animation and contemporary engineers and shows

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the band returning to the studio where they recorded Achtung Baby.

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Is it strange for you to see yourself from 20 years ago? Yes! I

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thought I would be taller! We do not look back as a band. This was a

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moment that we forced ourselves to look back. It is the reason we are

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here now. Film-maker Davis Guggenheim was given free rein to

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make this film. Those who have seen it maintain there is not much in it

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that might seriously tarnish the U2 brand. No uncomfortable references

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to a lead in tax problems. - never alleged tax problems. The bell

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marks the first time -- alleged tax problems. The film is just one of

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250 pictures being screened over the next few days. Toronto operas

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thumb that go on to our Oscars warrior. -- operas films that go on

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to ask us glory. Last year, the King's Speech premiered at the

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Festival and it won many Oscars. It is a festival that is very closely

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monitored. Let's remind you of our top stories.

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Security has been set up as a officials investigate a specific

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threat to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in

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New York. That is all for now. It will be a warm and Monday night

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to come. Tomorrow, the wind will pick up, and there will be a band

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of rain across the UK. The area of low pressure will turn things

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whiter through the weekend but the strongest winds will come on Monday.

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Some dry air and brighter weather following. Some Sunny spells across

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northern England during the afternoon. It is still quite warm

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and Monday here with the temperature just leaping into the

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low twenties once again. We look to the west and the weather system has

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nipped through and we are left with a scattering of showers in parts of

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North West England. They will run into westernmost part of Wales and

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Northern Ireland. Increasingly blustery. A risk of Gail's

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developing during bidet in Scotland and eastern Scotland will see some

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