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This is BBC World News Today with me, Philippa Thomas. The global

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economy has entered a dangerous new phase - the International Monetary

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Fund raises the alarm over weak growth in the US and Europe. The

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fund calls for strong leadership to reduce the risk of economies

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falling back into recession. A former Afghan President is killed

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in a bomb attack at his Kabul home - officials say he was meeting with

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the Taliban at the time. As the Palestinian leader presses

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ahead with a bid for UN membership, Israel's Prime Minister says he's

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Going into battle with song. The women whose voices consoled the

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troops on the frontline of the Boat can. One of the most

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influential global institutions, the International Monetary Fund is

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predicting two more years of sluggish economic culture in much

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of the Western world. The top economists singled out the euro-

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zone as a major source of worry, saying that Europe needs to get its

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act together and deal with the crisis or risk going back into

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recession. We had this report from Washington.

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The global economy is in trouble, that is the stark warning from the

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International Monetary Fund. global economy has entered a

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dangerous new phase. The recovery has weakened considerably. Down

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sideways have increased sharply. Strong policies are needed, both to

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improve the outlook and to reduce the risks. What are the findings of

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the IMF's report on the global economy? The United States is

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expected to grow just 1.5 % this year. The euro-zone will expand 1.6

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%, and emerging economies like China are still seen robust

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economic activity. If we don't act, that burden will ultimately fall on

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our children's shoulders. If we don't act, but growing debt will

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crowd out everything else. Grappling with America's debt

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worries, Barack Obama revealed his plan for bringing down the deficit

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this week. The IMF warns that too much austerity to sue and could

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threaten recovery. A fiscal consolidation cannot be too fast.

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It would kill growth. It cannot be too slow. It would kill credibility.

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The speed must vary across countries, and the key continues to

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be credible, medium-term consolidation. Worries that Greece

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may default on its debt and destabilise the region led to a

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gloomier forecast for Europe, a point underlined by the credit

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rating downgrade for it to leave. As gloomy as the report from the

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IMF sounds, it makes the point that policy makers have it in their

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power to avoid the worst they take the right steps.

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The wake-up call from the IMF comes on the day about Italy's or

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creditworthiness downgraded by the Standards Agency. Silvio Berlusconi

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dismissed the move has influenced by media stories rather than

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economic reality and said that the main economic growth was because of

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the governing coalition not dealing decisively with the country's

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economic problems. David Lane, it to the Finance Correspondent for

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the Economist magazine is with me now. -- The et Finance

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Correspondent. Why does it any matter so much the two the rest of

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us? The Italians are a major European economy, and it is the

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third largest public sector debt in the world. It is pretty enormous.

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What happens to the Italians matters to all others. That dwarfs

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problems with Greece and when you look at the Italians, what they are

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saying today as they do not have confidence in the Prime Minister,

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Silvio Berlusconi. Over the summer, Silvio Berlusconi and his

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government were behind the curve of. They reacted slowly and

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insufficiently to the needs of dealing with public sector debt.

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The Government lacks credibility. You could also say because of

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Silvio Berlusconi being embroiled in sexual scandals and on trial for

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judicial corruption, and a man who after all, was overheard saying

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about he is a part-time Prime Minister, at a time when there is a

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global financial economic crisis. He says that the attacks are

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political as not economic saying that we have got it all as a

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prospective. Far from it. The Italians are modest, their growth

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is modest, in the last decade, so the Berlusconi has been in office

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for eight-and-a-half years, the growth is less than 0.2 %. This

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year, if all goes well, it will probably be around 0.7 %, which is

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very weak growth. Is the advice is to cut more austerity, because that

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is the problem with countries struggling at the moment, if you

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cut, you reduce prospects further. This is the major problem

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everywhere. One of the things about the Italians, with its huge debt

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and the concerns on the deficit, spreads of Italian government bombs

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against the German government bonds have widened. -- government bonds.

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A member of government said that if Silvio Berlusconi was to go, the

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spreads would shorten by about 1%. David Lane, thank you for talking

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to us about the Italians and their prospects, had we can go to

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Washington now, and our economics editor, to broaden the picture.

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Let's look at the World economic Outlook published by the IMF, very

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gloomy reading, at the same time that they are saying confidence is

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key? Yes, that is the difficult balancing act that policy makers

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and the IMF are having to strike. People spoke a few years ago about

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why did nobody see the financial crisis coming? The IMF doesn't want

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to be caught out again, they are raising the alarm about the state

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of the global recovery and saying that policy makers need to act now

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to avoid what they would call at downsize scenario and possibly not

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just a period of slow, long slow growth, and issues in the US and

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Europe. People need to avoid what you might call catastrophic

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outcomes, but it is interesting to note that even the forecast they

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have, when everything goes right, it is pretty bleak, compared to

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past recoveries. Almost no country will grow, none of the advanced

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major economies will grow by more than 2%, this year or next year.

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After such a deep recession, that are deeply Prosser, and that seems

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to be their rosy scenario, ate everything goes well. -- that is a

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deeply bad prospect. They would like to think they have a crisp

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answer on not just throwing up their hands and what they say is,

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they do not want policy makers to say this is too difficult. They say

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clearly, there are countries that have problems, although it is

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regrettable, they have to go ahead with cutting the deficit, but that

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makes it more important for countries like Germany and possibly

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some others that have room to go bit more slowly with the death as

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it cuts, to do that, and maybe have some stimulus to their economy. The

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trick that they suggest, which is in line with what Barack Obama has

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been suggesting in the United States is to propose long-term

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reforms to entitlement programmes, pension programmes, benefit

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programmes, but keep rising year after year. If you cut those, he

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was saving money into the future and if you say you will do that, if

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you put on to the books into law, reforms to those kinds of things,

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then you buy some room to spend money on the economy, and that is

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what they want the United States to do. They think some countries in

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Europe can do that, but not countries like Italy. The bottom

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line seems to be if countries do not take these actions and get

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calibration is right, there is a fear of a lost decade ahead? --

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calibration Crewe right. The more you talk about the lost decade, the

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big risk is people get so depressed about the future, businesses and

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consumers are already feel pretty low about the Rev slowdown recovery,

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if they slash spending, because of a dismal future, that will bring on

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the big risks that the IMF hopes to avoid. Thank you.

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A former President of Afghanistan, President Burhanuddin Rabbani, has

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been killed in a suicide attack on his home in Kabul. He was head of

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the country's High Peace Council, a body trying to negotiate a

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political end to the conflict in Afghanistan. Officials said that at

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the time he does meeting members of the Taliban in his residence to us

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to the US embassy. -- close to the US embassy.

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President Burhanuddin Rabbani was an Islamic scholar that went on to

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become a leading figure in the resistance to the Soviet invasion

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of Afghanistan, and Bennett's President. His home, where he was

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killed in today's bomb attack, was in the main to put back its own in

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Kabul close to the US embassy. -- the main diplomatic zone. Roads

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were blocked off by the police. He was meeting two members of the

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Taliban at the time, and one of them had explosives concealed in

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his turban. He was President from 1992 until 1996 when he was forced

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to leave Kabul because of the Taliban takeover. In recent years

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since the fall of the Taliban, he continued as head of his party

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seeking a broad-based government. But President Karzai had passed him

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with the heading be High Peace Council, having negotiations with

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the Taliban. When the council was established, President Karzai said

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it was the greatest hope for the Afghan people and wanted to bring

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peace to Afghanistan, but the efforts to bring the Taliban into

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negotiations have been fought with difficulty. Shortly after the news

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of his killing, President Karzai met President Obama in New York.

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is tragic and we want to extend our heartfelt condolences to you, his

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family and the people of Afghanistan. Mr President, we both

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believe that we will not be deterred from creating a path were

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by a Afghanistan can live in freedom, safety, security and

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prosperity. I do not think we can fill his pace easily. He was one of

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the few people in Afghanistan with the distinction that we cannot

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easily find in society. It is a terrible loss. As you rightly said,

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this will not deter us from continuing on the part that we have

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and we are determined to succeed. And the fact that President

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Burhanuddin Rabbani was killed here in one of the most security the old

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parts of the ball, it underlines the vulnerability of the capital.

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Just days after the Taliban took over high-rise building overlooking

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the US embassy and other prominent buildings, and held out for 20

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hours. Let's look at our correspondent

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outside the United Nations headquarters in New York. -- let's

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speak to our correspondent. This comes just after Barack Obama spoke

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about reducing America's death, bringing back money and troops from

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Afghanistan, so how can they help Afghanistan at this point? That was

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supposed to be very much the focus of the meeting with the President

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Karzai, and I am sure they discuss the plan to hand over security to

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the security forces in Afghanistan and remove troops by 2014, or at

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least, most of them by 2014. You saw in his reaction to the

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assassination of President Burhanuddin Rabbani that they would

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not move from the plan and that they would continue with the chorus,

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but it is a blow to the political part of it, the political strategy,

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to draw up a Taliban in through this Peace Council. He Benfell,

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NATO and the United States say that violence is decreasing, be seen to

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be attacking at 12. -- even though. BBC reporters say that there is a

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war in Kabul and the Taliban are winning out. If we look at to Libya,

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we heard from the United States and other countries about more aid and

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recognition for Libya. Yes, this is a week for Libya, really, it's

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success in the NTC, and leaders speaking about the NTC, and the NTC

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addressing the General Assembly, they have a new flag that has been

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put up, and although the conflict is not over in Libya, the emphasis

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at the United Nations is about post conflict, calling this success,

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highlighting and planning for the next stage, and in all of the

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speeches, that is what we saw. I spoke to one ambassador he said, I

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think they all wrote the same speed. Thank you for keeping us up-to-date.

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In Libya, dozens of families are fleeing Colonel Gaddafi's home town

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as fighters loyal to the country's interim council prepared to launch

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a fresh assaults to finally They are well drilled for civilians

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and certainly have the firepower. Their shells are bombarding the

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desert Gate's of Sir, striking the pro-Gadaffi positions -- searched.

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Up at the front lines, they have taken control of another village on

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the long, hard fought road. We pushed ahead to the edge of the

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We have gone along this road a bit further and the National

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Transitional Council forces here have been fighting just over this

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hill and a few minutes ago, a couple of rockets came in so

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everyone is very nervous. There is obviously a strong defence coming

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back from the pro-Gadaffi lines forced. Every time they capture --

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every town they capture needs meetings with the elders. Big

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expectations after four decades under dictatorship. This was their

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New Town being built by Gaddafi before the resolution. They have

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made a switch of loyalty. Many people like Abdullah came here to

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flee the fighting. Who are due support, the new people or Gaddafi?

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Everybody. But something was not quite right. She used the old

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salute. Gaddafi, no. They were probably saying rebels, no, just a

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day earlier. We met another Abdullah who explained the reality

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and his fears in a new era. time is really related to Gaddafi.

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I cannot deny that. Is this why you get good houses? You can say that,

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yes. I need those people to forget everything and forgive us. Every

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day brings progress, but beyond the war, reconciliation will be key. If

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revenge fills the vacuum, the new freedom may be short lived.

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Now, look at some of the day's other news. Witnesses in the Yemeni

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capital Sanaa say the city is now calmer following three days of

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clashes between supporters and opponents of President Saleh. There

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are reports that a cease-fire was negotiated by Yemen's vice-

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president and Western ambassadors. Earlier, at least ten people were

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killed during violence near the city's so called "Change Square".

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As many as 60 people have been killed since Sunday.

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Prosecutors in Turkey say an explosion that rocked the capital

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Ankara today was a terrorist attack. Three people were killed and at

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least 35 injured when a car bomb went off near a school in the

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centre of the city. The explosion set a number of cars on fire and

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damaged nearby buildings. The European Court of Human Rights

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has ruled that the Russian government violated the rights of

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the former oil giant, Yukos, when the company was liquidated in 2006.

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Former Yukos managers are seeking $98 billion in compensation. The

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judges said Russia violated property laws but cleared the

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government of deliberately putting the firm out of business.

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Japan's defence ministry has ordered an immediate investigation

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into cyber-security after the country's biggest arms-maker

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confirmed it's been targeted by hackers. Mitsubishi Heavy

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Industries says at least eight separate viruses have been found in

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its computer systems since the cyber-attack last month. It denies

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any sensitive information has leaked.

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It was a Cold War conflict that lasted two decades. The Vietnam war

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left millions dead and ultimately ended in failure for the American

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forces who tried to crush the Communists. But what about the

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ordinary people caught up in the war? Batters the focus of Drought

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and Rain, a dance study about the women who sang.

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An unforgiving War - 20 years of brutal and bloody onslaught. These

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are the men who risked their lives in the fight against communism. And

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these are the women on the other side, whose stories were buried in

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the chaos of conflict. The women who sang to consult their War ended

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-- bear wounded fighters, bringing comfort with their voices. In this

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work, the subject is about the memory after War. People told may

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that the nature of human being is like this. We leave and we destroy

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and we fight and they say that is the nature of human being which I

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really do not believe. But these performers are not professional

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dancers. They are the women themselves, from tiny villages in

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the north, farming communities, steeped in the tradition of song.

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TRANSLATION: We were very happy and eager to support the soldiers,

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without any doubt and no regret. We were young then. We cared about

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their soldiers. We had a lot of feeling for them. It is hard to

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describe this as dance in the traditional sense. There is a great

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economy of movement. But with every flick of the hand, every sweep of

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the arm, is a great emotional intensity. Against the noise of War,

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this stillness, this quietness, is very powerful. The enduring anguish

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for these women who witnessed the horrors of the conflict first hand,

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is plain to see. But so is the sense of duty. TRANSLATION: At our

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people paid with tears, sweat and even blood so that we can have the

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life that we lead today. I think of them with profound gratitude.

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it was all over, when Saigon fell in 1975, it is said that almost

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every family in Vietnam had someone to mourn. That was nearly four

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decades ago but for these women, the horrors of that war will never

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be forgotten. Chinese officials say 57 people

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have died, more than one million have been evacuated from their

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homes after torrential rain swept three provinces in the interior of

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the country. A week of unusually heavy downpours

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is wreaking havoc across central China. One in 12 million -- more

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than 12 million people have been affected by the latest round of

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torrential downpour. Flooding is believed to be the worst since

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records began in 1847. In all, dozens of people across three

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provinces have died. Many others have gone missing. One of the most

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severely affected areas is a district of sick one province. It

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endured 100 people. China is used to handling disasters on this scale.

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China's weather Bureau is expecting even more rain fall in the coming

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days. Asocial scourge more commonly

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associated with Britain has hit France, binge drinking. Authorities

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are particularly concerned about the under 25 year-olds who they say

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are drinking to get drunk. A combination of lax parenting,

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under-age parties and cheap booze is being banned. In Lille, the sale

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of alcohol in shops has been banned after 10 o'clock in the evening.

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The genteel cafe culture which has long defined the French way of life.

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Yet, this more convivial drinking atmosphere that has dominated the

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squares of French towns and cities has been rejected and replaced by

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this: The barman might hold his liquor but the evidence suggests

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more and more French young people love to get drunk.

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It leads to violence, vandalism and increasingly, the kind of lewd

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behaviour more commonly associated with a British town centre. The

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French call it binge drinking. It is a British term for a growing

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French problem. Previous generations here would drink to

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socialise. The new younger generation drinks to excess. I have

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already received a number of letters. The deputy mayor says

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already they have pulled drunk people from the Rhone river, they

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have had people who have drunk themselves into a coma and no end

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off complaints from local residents. Compare the situation from today

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and 1990. There is now twice more vehicle accidents, violence and

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health problems associated with alcohol. They discovered the worst

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behaviour comes from those who buy their alcohol at late-night

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convenience stores so they have banned the shops from selling wine,

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beer and spirits after 10 o'clock. TRANSLATION: How are we supposed to

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pay the bills? Look at how much alcohol I have sitting here on the

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shelves. The council makes no apologies and they have given the

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police every power they need to reinforce the ban. But, if binge

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drinking is one of the more obnoxious imports from Britain, it

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appears it is here to stay. Across Leon, there is no shortage of cheap

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spirits and beer and it will require more than a ban on the sale

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of over-the-counter alcohol to keep late-night drinkers on the straight

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and narrow. That is all from the programme.

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Next, the weather. From me, Philippa Thomas and the rest of the

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Hello. We have had a mixed bag of weather across the UK today. Rain,

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showers and also some sunshine. Tomorrow, there will be some

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sunshine but watch out for the chance of some blustery showers,

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particularly in the north. It is all because of this weather system

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pushing its way from the West tonight. It will be their first

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thing in the south-east. After it clears the through, things should

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brighten up nicely. It will be a fine day for much of the Midlands

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and central southern England, dry, bright start and eventually for the

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South East of England, the last of the rain will clear through. For

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the south-west of England we start off on a dry bright note. Across

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Wales, a fine morning across the afternoon. Across Northern Ireland,

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a cloudy, wet and windy start, then that clears in the afternoon which

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is dominated by showers. Further blustery showers pushing through

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