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Excessive violence was used against pro-democracy protestors in Bahrain

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earlier this year with the torture of detainees widespread. These were

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the findings of a panel of international lawyers appointed by

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the King of Bahrain to look into what happened. The King was present

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when the panel read out its findings and said he was dismayed

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and promised reforms to prevent further abuses by his security

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forces. A are unhappy overture to buy a

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difficult day for the Bahraini authorities. New clashes between

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youths and security forces initiated area south of the

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Bahraini capital just hours before the panel delivered its verdict.

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Bahrain's crooner who commissioned the panel a right to hear that

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verdict, which when it came, was a stark indictment of the methods it

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is claimed his security forces used in March against protesters. Severe

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be eating, the use of water pipes and wouldn't and metal implements

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and other forms of torture, and electrocution, exposing the

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detainees to high levels of temperature and rape and

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humiliation of religious groups. The violence, in particular the

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authorities' crackdown, were the worst in the troubled King damp

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since the 1990s and focused attention, condemnation and

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pressure on the government. It has acknowledged the use of excessive

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force and is promising change. should reform our laws so that they

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are compatible with international laws and methods. This is the

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commitment of the Kingdom of Bahrain in accordance with the

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signed international agreement. The government has also said those

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found have broken the law or ignored the offer Lauder's back in

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March will be held accountable, something the panel found was

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absent before. The commission sees that not to bring to account the

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security services has led to they spread of a now accountability

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philosophy and culture, which encouraged officials to mistreat

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detainees and prisoners. It was the heavy jail sentences against

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medical staff accused of being in league with the protesters that as

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one of the most controversial official responses to the crisis.

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The government says there will be a rethink here. The high there will

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be a complete new retrial. It is a complete retrial in the civilian

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court. Protesters show their continuing displeasure by trampling

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on pictures of the Bahraini ruler. Despite this panel just might --'s

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just month -- judgment, they are looking for political reform as

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well. A meanwhile, another Arab dictator

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has stepped down after more than 30 years in power. The Yemeni

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president has finally signed a deal handing over power to his deputy

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ahead of promised early elections. In exchange, President Saleh gets

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immunity from prosecution. The deal, which he came close to signing

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before, was signed in Saudi Arabia, the neighbouring country, but some

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people are unhappy at the 69-year- old getting immunity.

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After months of protests in Yemen, President Saleh has at last

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formalise the agreement under which he will stand down. He is expected

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to hand over power to his deputy in return for immunity from

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prosecution. A government of national unity will be formed, and

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there will be early presidential elections. The President had come

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close to signing the deal several times in the past only to pull out

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at the last minute. In the Yemeni capital, the United

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Nations envoy was welcoming today's news.

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TRANSLATION: The international community will continue to support

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the political process, he said, and it will take all necessary action

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against anyone who hinders the process.

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The mass protests in Yemen began in January, and have continued on and

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off all year. President Saleh had insisted on clinging to power, and

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there has been a parallel power struggle involving factions firmly

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established within Yemen's elite. This was Mr Saleh in September,

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when he returned home to Yemen after being injured three months

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earlier in a rocket attack which was widely seen as an assassination

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attempt. He said he was committed to a Gulf-Arab sponsor deal for a

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peaceful transfer of power, but it has taken until now to achieve it.

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The un secretary-general has spoken to President Saleh iPhone today --

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the UN secretary general, and says he will now fly to New York for

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further medical treatment. Staying in the region, let's go to

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Egypt, where the situation in Cairo remains highly volatile in spite of

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promises made by a the leaders of the handover of power after

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elections. Thousands of protestors remain in Tahrir Square, from where

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my colleague joins me now. Tell us what has been happening

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there today. Well, the crowds, as they have for

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the past four or five days, have continued to grow larger and louder

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as the day went on. As you can see now, it is the middle of the night

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here, and the crowds, some people are coming in and out of the square,

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and you can constantly see these corridors being opened up where

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ambulances with blue lights flashing go through to a corner of

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the square. There have been running battles between the police and

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protesters, and they move the injured out. You might be able to

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see behind the in the centre of the square is attentive medical

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facility where doctors in white coats are continuing to treat the

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injured -- tented medical facility. Even though earlier there was an

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attempt to calm the square and arrange a truce, numbers are

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growing and it broke down almost immediately. There is a real sense

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of determination the square. They say they are not leaving until they

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hear that Field Marshal Tanter are we will go.

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There are parliamentary elections coming up on Monday and they have

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promised elections for next summer. What more do they want?

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Let me just comment on the elections. Everyone here seems to

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be focused on this political space, this is the main focus, and not

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just in Cairo but Alexandria and other cities, there have been big

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protests. There have been reports that at least one, if not more of

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the parties, is calling for a two- week delay in the start of the

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parliamentary elections, which is over a three-month process.

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For a lot of these people in the square, they say elections are not

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the point. They want to know who will control the process, who is in

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charge in Egypt. Even though the army is now setting out to find an

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interim prime minister, the people here and the critics say that the

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army is the one that has been controlling these caretaker

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governments, and the army has been pulling the strings. They want to

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sign that it will not be a military council running Egypt, but a true

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movement towards a real democracy, a democracy of civilians, not by

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the military. Bank apps. Let's take a look at today's other

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news. The Turkish prime minister Recep

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Tayip Erdogan has apologised for a massacre in the 1930s. He is the

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first leader to apologise for the massacres which took place when the

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military used aerial bombardment with poisonous gas to pacify Kurds

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in central Turkey. The Russian President a meeting at

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the dead has warned that Russia could retaliate if the United

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States continues with plans to build a missile defence shield in

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Europe -- Dmitri Medvedev. Parts of Italy have been devastated

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by flooding. This is North eastern Sicily, some way you would normally

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associate with sunshine. These incredible mudslides and flooding

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killed three people. The worst affected town -- in the worst

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affected town, more than 20 people have died.

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Experts are warning that taking slightly too much paracetamol day

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after day can lead to a fatal overdose. Researchers in Edinburgh

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say they have seen more than 150 cases of what they call "starboard

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-- staggered overdoses" at one of the city's hospitals.

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You know the same, if at first you don't succeed, try again, which

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seems to be the tactics being employed by the European Commission

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when it comes to the idea of Eurobonds. This is a proposal

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whereby a all countries in the Eurozone will Paul their debt and

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borrow as one, strength through unity was the message from the

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Commission today, but Germany remains vehemently opposed to

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Eurobonds. Chris Morris reports from Brussels.

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The European Commission stepping into the limelight, proposing

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intrusive new laws which would give it wide powers over the budgets of

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Eurozone countries. Governments could be asked to send

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budget plans to Brussels before they are given to national

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parliaments, and it would also be - - there would also be much closer

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surveillance of countries which run into trouble. The commission argues

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that commonly issued Eurobonds, what it calls stability bonds,

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could be the best way to create a more stable, sovereign debt market

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in the Eurozone. Stability bonds will not solve our immediate

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problems and cannot replace reforms which are needed in countries

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currently under pressure. But it is also important to show to public

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into -- opinion, to international investors, that we are serious

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about stronger governments in the euro area, both in discipline and

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convergence, and stability bonds are exactly an example of that.

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the proposals range from replacing national bonds completely to a much

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more diluted version. Many countries are in favour, but

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Germany is not. German opposition to the idea of

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Eurobonds is clearly a major problem, which is why a proposal

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for much tighter central control over national budgets in the

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Eurozone is being made public at the same time. The idea is that if

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Germany gets what it wants from that issue, then its rejection of

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Eurobonds may soften over time to. No sign of that so far, certainly

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not from the woman who really matters.

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TRANSLATION:. I think it is an appropriate to propose Eurobonds as

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a solution. They give the impression that by sharing debt, we

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will solve the problems we have with the structure of the European

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Union, which is simply not the case. But if the euro zone crisis

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continues to worsen, could Eurobonds become the least worst

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option, even in Berlin? Some EU officials believe that they could.

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The news that Germany's debt agency had to retain nearly 40 per cent of

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an auction of German bonds today because of a lack of demand may

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suggest that Berlin is not as immune to the debt crisis as it

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would like to be. Joining me now from Brussels is Jan

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Techau, the director of Carnegie Europe. Can you see Germany

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softening its opposition to Eurobonds in the near future?

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I think it is basically a matter of time before the Germans have

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decayed in, even though I would put more emphasis on the question of

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whether we can activate the ECB as the lender of last resort. Germany

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has also opposed to that but it is much important and -- much more

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important than the euro bonds in the here-and-now in the management

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of the crisis. Today as we had Germany held a bond auction and

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only managed to raise half the amount of money it was looking for.

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What do you extrapolate from that? If Germany has trouble raising

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money, you cannot hold out much hope for the rest of the Eurozone,

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can you? No, that is the lesson that German law makers and the

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German government are learning, but of course, even though they are

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strong themselves and look good fiscally, they cannot and couple

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themselves from the economic environment they're in, which works

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both ways, both in terms of the responsibility Germany has and also

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in terms of the danger and risk Germany is exposed to, so it is a

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nice warning shot, probably coming at the right time, and might force

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the German government to rethink its position. Do you think what

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will happen is that Germany will accept euro bonds first, and that

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will be a natural progression to accepting the European Central Bank

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as the lender of last resort? I think that is the wrong timing. I

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think it should be the other way round. Even if we agree on

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Eurobonds today, they would be sued for some time to come and that will

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probably be too late for the price to be affected by it in a positive

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way -- even if they were issued. The ECB seems to be the more

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immediate thing. Of course, everything has always in Brussels

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is a package to deal, so one thing you cannot get without the other,

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and there is feverish activity on all fronts. The pressure the

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Germans are under at the moment in Berlin must be immense. Mrs Merkel

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as we saw there was taking a tough stance. That was clearly for

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domestic consumption in Germany. Do you think that behind the scenes,

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she is a little bit more amenable It is very difficult to mind read

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her and find out where she really stands. My feeling is that she is

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very much in favour of more direct. But this is not about domination of

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Europe, but more integration. -- the domination. She made up her

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mind before the summer break what she wanted to do with this and now

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domestic consumption is one thing that keeps her from doing the right

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thing. But she does not want to appear too bossy for the rest of

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Europe because Double Trigger old fears of German dominance so it is

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a very difficult balancing act that she is trying to pull off at the

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moment. Thank you. Let's return to today's events

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across the Middle East to discuss all those events in what has been a

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busy day, I am joined from Cairo by a Omar Ashour, the Director of

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Middle East Studies at the University of Exeter. Let's start

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with Egypt. It seems that the ferocity of these protests continue

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unabated. How do you see all of this panning out?

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I think there is a serious problem here. The Council of the armed

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forces gave a concession yesterday by saying that they will hold

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presidential elections in the middle of 2012, before many of the

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activists on the ground, this is not enough. They heard this 9

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months ago. They heard the Supreme Council of the armed forces will

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stay in power for six months and then hand over to civilian elected

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leadership. This did not happen, as we know today. There is a serious

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mistrust between the political activists on one hand and the

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Supreme Council of the armed forces. Until now, their capacity to

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modernise this country still gives them a very strong momentum. There

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is also another Formula up. There is in fighting going on on the West

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Side of Tahrir Square and the brutality of the police force is

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leading to casualties. This leads to more people are pouring into

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their streets for protesting. a vicious circle. Let's turn to

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them and where we saw the President stepping down today. I was

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wondering if one could seek similar things happening in Yemen as has

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happened in Egypt with me about stepping down. In other words, the

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President hands over power to an interim government headed by his

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deputy. Are they very different situations? There are similar shape

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-- there are similarities and differences. What forced the

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President to step down is the power of the street and mobilisation. The

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difference is that the Egyptian military establishment was intact,

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it did not splinter into two sides. That is what we saw in Yemen. Right

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now, there are more similarities because the protesters, the pro-

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democracy demonstrators, do not see the current Supreme Council as pro

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revolution all as pro-democracy. I think we may see something similar

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in Yemen after the stepping down of the President if we saw a regime

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merging that is trying to uphold the status quo that most of the

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revolutionaries want to change. afraid that is all we have time for,

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thank you. In Britain, the parents of

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Madeleine McCann, the three-year- old girl who disappeared on holiday

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in Portugal in 2007, have appeared before the inquiry into press

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standards. They describe months of intrusion into their life. Kate

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McCann said the media coverage turned sinister. She said she felt

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violated when a private diary was published in a paper. This report

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contains flash photography. Few people have endured the shaming

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excesses of the media in the anguished circumstances that Gerry

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and Kate McCann faced in the summer of 2007. They had been on holiday

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at a resort in Portugal. One evening, their daughter Madeleine

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disappeared from their apartment. Her parents were desperate to find

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her. The media to -- the media were desperate for stories. The family

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said they had never given evidence before as have come for this reason.

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A system has to be put in place to protect ordinary people but the

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damage the media can cause. After Madeleine's disappearance, the

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media was initially supportive. But then the poor to eat -- Portuguese

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police betrayed them as suspects and the worst of the press began.

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There was a clear message going out throughout Europe that there was

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strong evidence that our daughter was dead and that we were somehow

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implicated in her disappearance. These were desperate times. We were

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having to try and find out daughter our cells and needed all the help

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we could get. I don't know how many times I read, body fluids in the

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car. It becomes fact because it is repeated so often. Among the worst

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offenders were newspapers owned by the Express group. Story after

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story implied falsely that the family were involved in Madeleine's

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disappears. More than a year after her disappearance, the News of the

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world obtained a copy of Kate McCann's private diary, probably

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from the Portuguese police. I felt totally violated. I had written

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these words and thoughts that work most desperate. It was my only way

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of communicating with Madeleine. One of the wild at their home in

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Leicestershire, they were under continual surveillance by

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photographers, even when they went out with a young twins. From Kate

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and Gerry McCann, five years after Macklin's disappearance and then

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the street and by the media, at a simple plea, something has to

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change. There are more than 30 million

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Kurds living across Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria, with the battle

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for their homeland be divisive issue, no one -- nowhere is this

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more clearly expressed then in Kurdish Cinema which is having a

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boom at the moment. More than 100 films are being screened at the The

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-- London Kurdish Film Festival. Films that expose the a raw nerve

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of the Kurdish homeland -- longing for a homeland. This film tells the

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story of a refugee who travels to Paris. The director is a courtesy -

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- a Kurdish refugee. The lead actress is an exile. She has made

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her name internationally, working in hollered what has -- as in

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Hollywood. This comedy breaks many tattoos. This is the biggest

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Kurdish film event in the world. 122 films are being showcased.

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have films taking place in Kurdistan and in Europe about her

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than stories. I think we are given many options for people to come and

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see things according to their tastes. Most of the films are hard

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hitting and political. They deal with the atrocities committed in

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This film tells the story of the friendship of a mentally ill man

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and a Kurdish boy to help his family survive in the Kurdish

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region of Turkey. Based on a true story, at their carefree lives take

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a sudden turn when the military takes power in 1980. Some Turkish

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media have been very critical of the film, particularly a scene

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where a Kurd slaps a Turkish officer. TRANSLATION: In Syria,

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particularly for the Kurds, you cannot turn you cannot want to make

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a film, but I am positive our dream of making a film in our homeland is

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close. Since the liberation of Iraqi

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Kurdistan, the region has become a safe haven for us film-makers and

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actors who face censorship in in brown. There is a boom in the

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region's film-making industry. Cinema is a wonderful way of

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crossing cultures and boundaries. We are able to show millions of

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people what Kurdish culture and history, and songs, or about 31

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film, whereas as a government it might take years or decades to

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express the same message. This is an important new chapter in Kurdish

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film-making. It is reflected in the number and quality of the films at

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the Festival, and it is a festival that proves that Kurdish film

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directors are willing to shine a spot land on their home and's own

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cultures and traditions. -- homeland's own cultures.

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The main news: The king of Bahrain has promised reform after an

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independent inquiry strongly criticised the way the government

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have suppressed pro-democracy protests in February. The report's

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although it said the detainees had been whipped, kicked, given

:26:17.:26:24.

electric and -- electric shock enough to extract confessions's.

:26:24.:26:29.

The Yemeni President has agreed to transfer power to his deputy. The

:26:29.:26:32.

deal was signed in a ceremony in Saudi Arabia. The UN Secretary

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General said he would now flight to the United States for medical

:26:37.:26:41.

treatment. He has been under pressure to step down after months

:26:41.:26:45.

of protests. In the last the minutes, President Obama said he

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welcomed the decision. That is all. Next, the weather.

:26:49.:26:59.
:26:59.:27:03.

We have some sunshine across England and Wales today, cloudy

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with rain further north. Tomorrow, the brain clears away and it should

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be a bright and breezy day. There will be some strong winds around.

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It is tied in with this deep area of low pressure developing in the

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Atlantic. It is swinging north, pushing the front out of the way of

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Scotland, but another one following in behind along with the strength

:27:25.:27:30.

of the winds, there will also be rain later in the day. But away

:27:30.:27:33.

from that, it is quiet across northern England. It should be a

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dry day with sunny spells. The winds will be a bit dusty. Sunshine

:27:39.:27:43.

in south-east England. There will be more cloud for the afternoon,

:27:43.:27:49.

but generally a drier picture here. 13 or 14 degrees. Tried but fairly

:27:49.:27:55.

overcast across much of Wales. Over the Irish Sea, we stick with the

:27:55.:28:02.

dried bean, the cloudy across the Isle of Man. -- re-clad the beam.

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The winds strong in the Western Isles. A bit quieter to the east,

:28:10.:28:15.

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