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Good evening and welcome to World News Today. More union -- European

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this union. They are at another crunch summit but yet again the

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prospects on a rumoured official rescue plan looks slim.

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She once afforded a from our own Government, Angela Merkel says that

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of the euro fails, Europe fails. still have a lot of problems to

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solve. The work is not yet done but I believe that told her here today

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to get further run. Questions are raised of the

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benefits of breast cancer screening. Some experts argue they can do more

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harm than good. Also coming up: The terror of

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Somali pirates as one couple reaches a year held hostage, we

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talk to the South African negotiating to secure their release.

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And the last of America's Cold War bombs comes to an end.

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Hello and welcome. Another crunch summit and another opportunity that

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may well be missed. European leaders are meeting right now and

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Brussels tried to come up of a way out our share of the UK's own debt

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crisis. The proposals being discussed include a bigger write-

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off of Greek debt, further guarantees. Jon Sopel joins us from

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Brussels. Part one is over. The meeting

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involving all 27 members at the European Union broke up a few

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minutes ago. The Polish presidency briefing on that. The really

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critical one is the one that is about to get underway. That

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involves the 17 members of the eurozone, trying to work a ways of

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dealing with the Greek Government debt and how much of a write-off

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they should be for private investors. Also, how to reinforce

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and strengthened the bail-out fund and also what to do about the

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Italian debt. Those are the key issues that are going to occupy the

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17 leaders this evening. Angela Merkel, the key power-broker in all

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this, said that we are aiming to get a bit further on. A bit further

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on. She had been talking about a comprehensive settlement. That

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seems to be a bit of away off. 14 times in the past 18 months,

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Europe's leaders have driven this week, pledging to fix the eurozone

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crisis. But never has the pressure been bigger than today. It is in

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British interests that we solve this crisis. Some of the issues

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discussed this afternoon are directly relevant to Britain in

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terms of strengthening banks across Europe. In any event, we need a

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have the greatest support for the comprehensive solution possible.

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The mood on arrival was that many problems remain to be resolved and

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tense negotiations lie ahead. are all going to have to work hard

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but there is also a lot of good will. Some have called this the

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summit of the last chance. Can Europe's leaders finally adopt a

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plan that does with the markets that they have taken control of the

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debt crisis that began in Greece? The main players in all of this,

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Germany. Before today's summit, the German Parliament met. Angela

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Merkel told MPs that Europe was watching them. They are watching

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whether we are willing and able to deal with this. Our economic and

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monetary union must pass the severe test and emerge stronger in the

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long-term. We all know that this is the greatest test that we have

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faced. The Parliament voted to boost the eurozone's bail-out fund,

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a key factor in the talks in Brussels. And here is the challenge.

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To/Greek debt by encouraging banks to take a glosses by around 50%. To

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strengthen Europe's banks, perhaps Spike 100 billion euros and to

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increase the firepower of the EU's main be a light hand by over one

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trillion Euros. Also the centre of attention, the Italian Prime

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Minister Silvio Berlusconi. France and Germany had insisted he bring

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with him a letter setting out the economic reforms he would make.

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Back in Rome, there was a scuffle in the Parliament over plans to

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raise the retirement age. The eurozone crisis is exacerbating

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Italy's political crisis. Europe's leaders will meet well into the

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evening. What the markets will be watching for is not just political

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stay was a detail, hard numbers indicate that this time a deal is

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more than sticking plaster. Let's speak with our correspondent

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Richard who is in Rome. We understand that Silvio Berlusconi

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came with a letter of intent. Do we know any detail about it? I have

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been speaking to a member of his Parliament -- his party here. He is

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not certain what is in the letter but he spelt out what he thought

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was in it. One is that key issue of increasing the pension age. He says

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there has been a compromise reached with one of the keep coalition

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partners which was crucial. So he is saying that is in the letter.

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And there are other plans, cutting bureaucracy. And also according to

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the senator, selling off some of the vast amounts of realistic that

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the Government bonds. It amounts to hundreds of billions of Euros. The

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other thing he was saying was that they were considering selling off

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Government sticks and national companies, which she says are quite

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significant. So he was putting a positive spin on it. There are ways

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Italy can decrease its debt. The question is whether these are in

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the lighter and also the timetable. Will this be implemented

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effectively and quickly. Also, the other part is the instability it

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brings. Silvio Berlusconi and his Northern League partners. That is

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absolutely crucial. That is the party that they have been

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negotiating over the pension age. There was a stumbling block over

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that. The Northern League is vital for the Government. It could not

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survive in power without the support of the Northern League.

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They have to keep them on board which is why there has been

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something of a problem with increasing the pension age. What

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the senator is saying is that it will not affect everybody. People

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coming close to retirement now, it will not affect them now. According

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to some media reports, it could be implemented in 15 years. For the

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rest of the European Union, that would be far too late. Thank you

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very much for that. Wheat always get an idea of what

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might be going on. What is your sense of it? We are going to get in

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an agreement in principle tonight. It would be a disaster if we did

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not. Presumably it has to have figures attached to it, otherwise

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it is just good intention. You are going to get agreement on various

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structures that will be created, leverage mechanisms. They may not

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have figures because one of them are so was to be pots of money. We

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do not know how much or how little people are going to put into these

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things. The haircut. The famous Greek hair cut. Do you think we

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will get a figure on by how much they Greeks, private investors, are

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going to have a take a loss on Greig debt? It depends on what

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happens on the negotiations. The idea is to do a volunteer early,

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that is the banks, without too much trouble saying they would give up

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so much. Creases in such a big hole, it may need a her park that is so

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large that it may not be presented as voluntary. -- it may need an

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hair cut. Nobody is sure how much. It may have serious knock-on

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effects. There are insurance policies. You do not know who is

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liable to pick up the debt, that is what creates uncertainty. We do not

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know who the contracts are going to. Certain institutions have a lot of

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these contracts and then are expected to pay out on. That

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weakens their position. You could get the domino effect of that.

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Let's take a look at the other news as rescue workers continued to

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search for survivors from the Turkish earthquake, the Government

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is saying it will accept offers of foreign aid. It said it would call

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upon its own with the impact of the disaster which is claiming some 460

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lives. The Government has accepted help for Reconstruction for those

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who have been left homeless. The authorities in just a say nine

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people have died and seven more are missing after torrential rain

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caused flash flooding. Most of the victims are from towns and villages

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from the north. Rescuers are working with dogs to try and find

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missing people. Boeing's latest aircraft, 7-8-7

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Dreamliner has made its first commercial flight. The flight from

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Tokyo to Hong Kong took place three years later than planned due to

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production delays. Development costs billions of dollars over

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budget. Boeing says the plan is the most fuel-efficient of its kind

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because it is built with light composite materials rather than

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metals. Does screening for breast cancer

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actually do more good than harm? The evidence has been viewed in the

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UK after doubts were raised after - - of his effectiveness. 60,000

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women -- our survey of 60,000 women showed some women suffer from

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psychological - a psychological problems.

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Thousands of women can say the UK breast cancer screening programme

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has saved their lives. This woman is one of them. If I had not gone

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for that screening, I would not have had it picked up. I would not

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be walking around nine. Around 2.7 million women across the UK, aged

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between 50 and 70, are offered screening each year. Nearly 17,000

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cases of breast cancer are detected as a result. But the NHS estimates

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approximately five to 10% of cases are over diagnosed. That means

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women are told they have a long but it is not clear if it is requiring

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treatment. The gamut of Health says that his face is unchanged. -- the

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Department of Health. There are some women who needed an operation

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that was on required. This woman says her life was turned upside-

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down by unnecessary treatment following a scan. I would not have

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got into that situation if I had been warned about it. I would have

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avoided as that -- avoided it. independent review of press

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screening will cover the whole of the UK and doctors recognise that

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as our understanding of the disease has improved, it will re-evaluate

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the evidence behind the programme. We are taking a large research

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study at the moment to see if we can develop more targeted screening.

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So ladies who are at higher risk of developing breast cancer have more

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frequent screening. Critics of press screening say it is no longer

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clear if benefits away at the possible risks. -- out way.

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One year ago today, Bruno Pelizzari and Debbie Calitz were working as

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they can sailing a what towards the was a Mike Channel when it was

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boarded by 12 Somali pirates. -- Mozambique channel. They are being

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held ransom by pirates. Bruno Pelizzari's sister has held talks

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and recorded one conversation when she was talking with Debbie Calitz.

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Are you OK? Yes, so far. I must tell you she does not stop thinking

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of you. You will be home soon. is Bruno Pelizzari's sister there.

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How did this conversation come about? She is the sister of one of

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the hostages than -- hostages. For months she has been speaking to the

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Paris Ritz negotiator or. He is somewhere in Somalia. Last week he

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gave her permission to speak to both Bruno Pelizzari and every over

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the phone and to record the conversation and give it to the

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media. She has given it to me and the BBC. That was the exchange

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there. Debbie did raise some concerns about the type of food

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they are receiving. She said they are deficient in vitamins and

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minerals and that Bruno Pelizzari's hair is falling out. After all this

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time, more than one year, it was fantastic to hear the voices. But

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it was as distressing Kohl. She did speak to her brother as well.

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her brother and one of the hostages. She was more restricted in what she

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could ask him and what he could say to her. He managed to tell her the

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type of food to they are getting. They have so open the morning and

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rice and spaghetti in the evening and he made his appeal for their

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release. We are trying everything we can. I do not know what else to

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An emotional conversations. What does the South African government

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say? That demand was straight to decide African government. I spoke

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to someone there, I was told that the pirates employ every tactic

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they think will assist them to achieve their goal. They said the

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government does not entertain demands for ransom, but he says

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that the government would not intervene in the family's

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initiative to attempt to raise the money. The amount that the pirates

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what has gone up and down. It stands at $4 million at the moment,

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a huge amount of money. The family says it is working class, not

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wealthy, and is struggling to raise that money. It is doing its best to

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get the money together and do everything it can to attempt to

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bring Bruno and steady home safely. Thank you. So we can now go to the

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brother of Debbie Calitz. He joins us from Johannesburg. What do you

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make of these conversations taking place? Do they give you heart? Or

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do you feel they are counter- productive? There is a mixed view

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their. We have given the government one year to try and do what they

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can, and they have tried. But we have realised with past cases that

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if the money is not paid, they will not release them. They may hold

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them for many years. You must be concerned about what is being said

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concerning nutrition? Definitely, because apart from malnutrition, my

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sister suffers from asthma, and so we are not sure if they have access

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to asthma pumps and medication and so on. For what other information

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did you get from these conversations that were being had?

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Her could you repeat the question? For what other in formation did you

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get from the conversations that took place? Conversations with the

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pirates? The conversations between, that we have just heard, that took

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place between the Rat and Bruno, and the Rat and Debbie. There is a

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bittersweet feeling. Because it is reassuring to hear their voices, to

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know that they are definitely alive. But at the same time, getting them

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out of there is becoming a daunting task. You know, to raise the money.

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You realise that paying the pirates may feel the situation, but from

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the family's perspective, we have no other means at the moment to get

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them out of their. Thank you very much.

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South as the United States prepared to withdraw its troops from

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Afghanistan, there are tensions with Pakistan about its

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relationship with insurgents. Last week, Pakistan said it could do

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more to prevent militant groups from operating within its borders.

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But a BBC investigation has heard allegations that Pakistan has been

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actively is -- supporting the insurgents, while acting as

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Washington's ally in public. The long war in Afghanistan was

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intensifying in 2006, causing casualties among Afghans and treats

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mainly from the US and UK. Now, there is new evidence of Pakistan's

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support for the Taliban fighting that ward. One insurgents says he

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was trained by Pakistani intelligence. TRANSLATION: The

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military would arriving cars at 8:00am, and leave at 4pm. They were

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wearing military uniforms. The uniforms of the Palace of --...

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They gave us a specialised weapons training. The US was set and by

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2008 that Pakistan controlled the gunmen who went on the rampaging

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Mumbai. As evidence piled up of a secret double game in Afghanistan

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as well. Our own intelligence was unequivocal. In Afghanistan. We saw

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an insurgency that was not only getting passive support from the

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Pakistani army, and the Pakistani intelligence service, but getting

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active support. And it was only when the US stopped giving Pakistan

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tick box of impending drone attacks that the attacks became successful.

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At the beginning of the drone operations, we gave Pakistan

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advance warnings of where we were going. And every single time, the

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target was not there anymore. You did not have to be Sherlock Holmes

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to put the dogs together. Pakistan had denied the charges.

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They are fighting a new campaign against insurgents in the Frontier

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regions, and deny they backed the Taliban. They all speak contrary to

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this perception that the state is in support of these groups. That we

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are providing sanctuary, providing material support. The recent

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assault on the US embassy in Kabul was quickly blamed on Pakistan, as

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the US is taking a harder line. The new revelations raise further and

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Constable questions from the US and UK governments, could both have

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large aid budgets in Pakistan and counted as an ally -- uncomfortable

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questions. One of the largest and most

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powerful bombs ever built has been dismantled and removed from the US

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military arsenal. At B 53 was built in the 1960s and desire to maximise

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damage. Defence strategy has changed, and over the past 14 years

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the US has taken steps to eliminate massive nuclear weapons. In a

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moment we will see if this makes the world a safer place. Now, I

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look back at the B 53 bomb. Tommy knows that the bond can explode any

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time of the Year, day or night. a height of the cold war, Americans

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were told to be prepared - they were under threat of an atomic

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attack on US soil. The United States had strike power of its own,

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though. The nuclear bomb so began so powerful it was said to be 600

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times more destructive than the one which levelled Hiroshima in 1945.

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The B 53, the so-called bunker buster, was the size of a small car.

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It was first added to America's Arsenal in 1962, G target Soviet

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underground shelters. The ball was flown by the B 52 bomber for nearly

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40 years, before being retired from service in 1997 -- the bomb. Now,

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the explosives had been removed. Part of President Obama's new

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security agenda and goal to rid the world of nuclear weapons. Another

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of the big bombs is now gone, another chapter in the cold war

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closed. Neil Miller is second in command of

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the US National Nuclear Security Administration, responsible for

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maintaining a stockpile of nuclear weapons. Was this largely a

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symbolic moment? It was more than symbolic. The actual removal of the

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very last piece one could call symbolic, but this has been an

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active dismantlement programme going on for some time. In removing

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this weapon from the stockpile, you can say for sure this is a clear

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indication we are in a safer time. You were there at the dismantling.

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Was it an impressive moment? I was, and it was. And I think that in

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addition to just the sense of history we had, watching the

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dedication of the team of people that have worked for quite some

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time dismantling it, the precision and dedication with which they

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worked and which they showed to the overall job, but also getting it

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right every would you describe this as the end of an Era? In particular

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terms -- political terms it is very symbolic, but these are not the

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type of weapons used in that type of warfare now being conducted.

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That's right. This was a significant moment, as many people

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have said - the end of an Era. It marked the end of a dangerous time.

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The Cold War has been over for quite some time, this but then

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remained in the stockpile and it was a weapon for another time. I

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said something to one of my colleagues last night he is in

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charge of our weapons programme, that it looked like something out

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will and early 1960s science- fiction movie. He said to some

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extent it was. So this was a big moment for us. The concern about

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nuclear weapons has not gone away, has it? No, not at all. And when we

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talk about a concern about then, we remain concerned that no one should

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have possession of nuclear weapon was special nuclear materials that

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could cause harm. And certainly, none of us want to imagine a world

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where nuclear weapons continue to be part of active foreign policy.

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Why has it taken so long to dismantle this particular weapon?

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This has been going on for quite some time, the dismantlement of the

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weapons. At the facility where this took place in Amarillo does a lot

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of things, including the dismantling of the B 53. There is

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surveillance over active pieces in the stockpile, to make think --

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sure everything is functioning, and there are types of dismantlement of

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other weapons going on. These things are done in a sequence and

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at the capacity they can run. thank-you very much.

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A reminder of banning story. European leaders are gathering in

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Brussels for a summit aimed at fixing and speed Eurozone debt

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crisis. The proposals being discussed include a bigger write

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off all week debt, provisional further guarantees that Italy and

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Spain may borrow more, and a plan to strengthen the big European

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banks, against a possible Greek default. We will keep you up-to-

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date with any developments from the date with any developments from the

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Hello, the weather is on the changed again. After a reasonable

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day, there will be some rain around for a good few tomorrow -

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particularly across England and Wales. Scotland and Northern

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Ireland will see some reasonable sunshine. Low pressure is coming up,

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and it is this which will bring the rain during the course of the night.

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I first thing in the morning, many parts of England and Wales will be

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cloudy and damp. Their heaviest rain in the South West of England

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and South Wales. The rain will have extended into the North East of

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England by 3pm, always in bits-and- pieces in East Anglia and the East.

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Quite cool under the rain clouds, 11-12 degrees Celsius. Eventually,

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the rain will start to ease from parts of the South West, but not

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much prospect of sunshine. For Wales, also at that prospect. The

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western areas might brighten up before the sun goes down. Across

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the Irish Sea, it should be a reasonable day. Just a few showers

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around. Some heavy showers across the Western Isles at times, but

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most of Scotland having a reasonable day. The rain will ease

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