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Thousands turn out to vote for the first time in post revolutionary

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Egypt. Despite irregularities, there's optimism that these

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elections will see a new start for Egypt. I am so happy. If you ask

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anybody here, he will tell you that we are all happy, very happy and

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this is the first step in realising the goals of the revolution, this

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is it, this. A momentous task for the Democratic

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Republic of Congo. Voters face violence and delays in just the

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second elections since the end of the civil war. Not cinematic enough

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for me? Flamboyant and controversial - we

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pay tribute to the British film director Ken Russell, who's died at

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And suppressed in the Soviet era, now honoured in Moscow - tributes

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to the Russian composer Sophia Hello and welcome. We are outside

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one of the 1,000 polling stations where Egyptians have been voting in

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large numbers. Despite the bin -- uncertainty and insecurity leading

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up to this, Egyptians turned out in large numbers. Voting had to be

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extended by two hours. If all goes according to the new plan, polling

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stations across nine places should be closing now, but there's another

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day of voting tomorrow in what is the first days of voting in a very

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long process of voting in parliamentary elections. It is

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meant to put Egypt on the path to a new representative civilian

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government. But will it achieve it? Let's take a look at what happened

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This is what happened at one polling station in a district of

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Cairo. The first voters were queuing to hours before it was due

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to open and they had to wait almost two hours more while some details,

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like bringing in ballot papers, was Apart from a row about queue-

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jumping, it was peaceful. The army, not the still despised police,

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handled security. He told them to form an orderly line. And then they

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were ready to vote. It is the first time in my life, me and my wife and

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my son, we are going to get today because it feels like a good day.

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This day will be historic. ballot papers were enormous. This

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district had 122 names to choose from. No one seemed to mind. They

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used to have elections under the old regime, but they were always

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fixed so most people did not bother to vote. Not today. TRANSLATION:

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First time, I wanted to be good for everyone, whoever wins I just hope

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they don't stay forever. Getting a free vote was a big part

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of the revolution for a lot of Egyptians and it is finally

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happening. There are still serious questions, though, about the amount

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of power the Army wants to retain after civilian politicians are

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elected. In the street, the Muslim Brotherhood, the front-runners,

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were getting on the vote. Face- saving want a proper democracy.

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Many secular the Egyptians believe that is not true. Sorting out the

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economy is the key to political stability here, whoever wins.

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700,000 new people enter the workforce every year. Many never

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find a proper job. In his second hand bookshop, this man has seen it

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all. He remember that -- remembers the king deposed in 1952 whose

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successors still rule the country. TRANSLATION: Don't worry, the army

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will deliver the government to civilians. The protesters still

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hemmed in Tahrir Square tried to stop an election they said would be

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for the violence. Now they are deeply divided about voting at all.

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This date is not perfect, but it Egypt may get high marks and the

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high turnout, but there were certainly complaints about the

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voting. Some of the parties and candidates said there were many

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irregularities, including the distribution of campaign leaflets,

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but what will be the verdict from Tahrir Square? Fees are the images

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coming from Tahrir Square tonight. -- these are. It has been the scene

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of clashes for more than a week. There has been intense discussion

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on whether to boycott these elections. Even Tahrir Square is

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divided on what to do next. We are joined by two young Egyptians who

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have spent a lot of time in Tahrir Square. Thank you for joining us on

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the BBC. You left the square today devote, why? It has been one of the

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toughest decisions I've had to make. The way I thought of things, a lot

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of people are going to vote anyway. If they were going to do that, I

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needed to go it and put my vote somewhere. If there had been a big

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movement saying we should stop the elections, I would have done that.

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But this hasn't happened. It didn't happen because of the short time we

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had. Now you're a voter, how does it feel to cast your ballot?

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still confused if I made the right choice or not. Some people might

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think this is giving legitimacy to the military, which is something I

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don't agree on at all. But on the other hand, I would like to vote

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because I want the country to be secular so I am voting for that.

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You decided not to vote. Why did you make that choice? I think it is

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for reasons like him. I see these elections as a legitimate ties

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shown -- legitimisation prices for the military. If you look at the

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conditions under which the elections are being held, so soon

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after the clashes, it seems rather inappropriate perhaps. But with

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respect to run him, it was largely a personal decision. I just don't

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think it is appropriate to have elections while we still have the

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main demand of ending military rule immediately. Now that you see there

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seems to have been a large turnout, will you begin to change your mind

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if some Egyptians think it is a process that should be given a

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choice -- chance? No, absolutely not. The elections, whether one

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participates or not, won't change the fact that ultimately we are

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still under military rule, and this is the main demand we are in the

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square for now. You do look worried whether you have made the right

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decision. Will you go back to the Square tomorrow or tonight? I am

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sleeping in the Square tonight. Spending the night? Yes, I left to

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vote and then went back. What can't achieve? Many Egyptians say it has

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done a great job, let's move on. has achieved some stuff, but we

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need much, much more. We want the regime to step down. It is about

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time. Especially after the massacre, how many people they killed. They

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are staying and ruling after all that. We still have a lot estate --

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say and I am staying until the military go, or they kick us out.

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Thank you both very much for making time to talk to us. That is very

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much a snapshot of what Egypt is now after its revolution that

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toppled Hosni Mubarak. A divided nation and a nation not sure...

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Asking what has happened to the revolution and will this process

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really bring Egypt to a better political future. It is still being

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run by a military council so the onus is on them to prove it.

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Egyptians did their part today by voting. Back to London.

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United Nations reports have accused the Syrian authorities of gross

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systematic human rights violations. It is because of the way they have

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been dealing with recent anti- government demonstrations. The

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report alleges torture, sexual violence and enforced disappearance

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were used by the government and security forces.

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The Emir of Kuwait has accepted the resignation of the country's

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government amid a crisis over corruption allegations.

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Tomorrow the Prime Minister is due to be questioned in Parliament

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about the alleged payment of bribes to pro-government MPs. Earlier this

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month, protesters stormed parliament after the government

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tried to prevent him facing questions.

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Tributes have been pouring in from across the football world for the

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former Wales manager Gary Speed, who was found dead at his home

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yesterday. His career started at Leeds United and he represented his

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country 85 times before becoming Welsh manager in 2010.

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The OECD has warned the eurozone could be entering another recession

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and has cut his global growth forecast. It said the eurozone

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would shrink in the fourth quarter this year by 1% and boy 0.4% in the

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first quarter of 2012. Italy's footballers are being encouraged to

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do their bet -- bit in these tough economic times. Today has been

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deemed by a Bond update in that country and the aim is to encourage

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investors, including footballers, to purchase government bonds.

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It's an enormous challenge in an enormous country. Voters in the

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Democratic Republic of Congo have gone to the polls for just the

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second time since the civil war ended eight years ago. The

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presidential and parliamentary ballot has been beset with

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organisational difficulties and marred by violence. Five people

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died in clashes in the city of Lubumbashi after a truck carrying

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ballot papers and several polling stations were attacked. And reports

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from Kananga say residents angered by delays set fire to polling

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stations there. Will Ross was out following events in the capital

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Umbro has at the ready for Congo's big day. -- umbrella as at the

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ready. The downpour may have slowed down the stream of voters and made

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the journey harder, but in his young democracy people are

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determined to choose their leaders. A change from the years of

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dictatorship many remember. Some were surprised the election went

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ahead given all the speculation that it would be postponed as

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things were not ready. With 60,000 of these foreign stations dotted

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across this vast country, the electoral commission has a daunting

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challenge. You could say the voters are also not having it easy. To get

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an idea of the size of the task under way here, have a look at this

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table. There's no ballot paper, it is actually a ballot booklet. A

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vast document, 13 pages of it, on each page dozens of candidates for

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the National Assembly. Overall, there are 18,000 candidates vying

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for positions in the parliament. There are only 500 posts.

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International observers have turned up, but will struggle to get an

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accurate picture from right across the nation. Prior to the poll,

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there had been a flurry of calls for calm. Some of the campaigns

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turned violent. They could still be trouble ahead as it is expected to

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be a tight race between the two in main Presidential candidates,

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Joseph de Villa, and a man old enough to be his grandfather,

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Etienne Tshisekedi. Final results With me now is Daniel Balint-Kurti

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- former West Africa expert at Chatham House, now head of the DRC

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team at Global Witness. How do you think this ballot has gone? There

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have clearly been a number of problems. The question is what

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happens now? Whether the elections to a much more violent and what is

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essential is to see whether voters accept the results. The results

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will be announced on December 6th. That will be a really big test for

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the Congo. Whoever is seen to be the victor in these elections, will

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he be regarded as legitimate? priority must be to avoid further

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violence because it has already reaped so much havoc on the

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functioning of the country. How do you avoid that? When you say

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whether the elections are deemed correct or not, what would define

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whether there will be further diamonds -- violence? The behaviour

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of the key candidates is very important. It has been worrying

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because we have seen the main opposition candidate, Etienne

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Tshisekedi, calling for violence. Even before the election he

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announced that he was the legitimate President of Congo. He

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called on people to rise up against the security forces. His behaviour

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will be key. Whether the process will be violent or whether Congo

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can remain stable and get through this in one piece. No country in

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Africa is isolated politically, Congo obviously not during its past

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-- because of its past. Eight other armies were drawn into the country.

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It is closely watched. Yes, between 1996 and 2003, millions of people

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died because of fighting in Congo. It drew in the armies of many

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countries. Congo is enormously important for Africa. It is a

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massive country, two thirds the size of western Europe, and it has

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a lot of natural resources. It has about a third of the world's cobalt,

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16% of the world's diamonds. Investors are very interested in

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Congo. What happens in Congo affects the continent. And yet it

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seems we have seen a lack of interest from Europe and the United

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States. Is that fair? And perhaps with everything that is going on in

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the Arab world and everything with the European economy, there's a lot

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to compete for attention with Congo. It is a very, very important

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country. Its minerals are important to the world. They are wanted by

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The British film director Ken Russell has died at the age of 84.

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During his career he became known for controversial films including

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women and love, which won has several Oscar nominations including

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one for Russell himself as best director -- Women In Love. He also

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directed controversial religious drama The Devils and The Who's a

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Ken Russell's portrait of the composer Elgar, one of the series

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of acclaimed arts documentaries he made for the BBC in the 1960s. They

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were beautiful to look at, seductive to listen to and

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thoroughly self-indulgent. They marked him out as a film-maker of

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At the BBC, he learnt his craft as a director and has developed his

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trademark style, a flamboyant and visually extravagant.

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He moved into cinema, where his second major feature, Women In Love

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was acclaimed as a masterpiece. shan't save them, father, there is

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no knowing where they are. Exposing political chicanery and the evils

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of the state, and I would plead guilty. But as time went on his

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films got more extreme. The Devils reflected his fascination with sex

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and religion and was widely panned. I started to make films around that

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time, around 7172. He also disturbed may. -- 71 or 72. Whether

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you like it or disliked it, you had a strong reaction either way, and

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this is great. Tommy, made in 1975, was typically overblown. It there

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followed more than 30 years in which his films became

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progressively less successful and his financial difficulties

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Eye Centre scrip to Channel 4 the other day,. It came back six months

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later signed by somebody I had never heard of saying "thank you

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for your script ." I nearly went mad! Not cinematic enough for me!

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He was, and his films remain the work of a genius. As a genius, he

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was extraordinary, and like all geniuses, sometimes his films were

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much less than genius. Action. Music. Better to remember his

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successes, like the musical the Boy friend starring Twiggy, a reminder

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that Russell, all those self- indulgent at times, could also be

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-- all those self-indulgent. The Life and Work of the director Ken

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Has died at the age of 84. At least 11 people are known to have died at

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more than 30 are still missing after a bridge collapsed in

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Indonesia. The accident happened on Saturday on Borneo island and it is

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understood that the cable snapping was the cause. The bridge resembled

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the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and its collapse sent

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cars, buses and motorcycles into the river.

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The chocolate company Nestle has announced it will investigate child

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labour in its supply chain in West Africa. The company's decision came

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within days of the BBC investigation showing that child

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labour is widespread in cocoa farms and the Ivory Coast. Campaigners

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say the chocolate industry has known about these are pieces for

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years but failed to address them. Humphrey Hawksley has this report.

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Three weeks ago, we filmed these children cutting cocoa pods in the

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Ivory Coast. The work is dangerous. They are kept out of school. It is

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illegal. One said he had not seen his family for three years.

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Cocoa is the raw product that makes chocolate. And far away from the

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poverty of West Africa, Nestle, of the world's biggest food company,

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has declared that the present situation cannot go on. It is clear

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that the way cocoa is cultivated Today, in the type of environment

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it is done, with the use of child labour, with the number of

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intermediaries in that supply chain, is not sustainable.

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Cocoa's journey to our chocolate shops is complicated and filled

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with middlemen. Nestle will track the cocoa from

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the remotest parts of the bush through checkpoints and pay-offs to

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the warehouse. Sacks of cocoa a ride in this

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warehouse with no label as to exactly where it was grown or under

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what conditions. It is here that cocoa begins its international

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journey, that ends up in chocolate shops all around the world.

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They are locked into containers to be shipped to Europe and America,

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and the global business is worth more than $90 billion a year.

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Yet once through the chocolate factories, most rappers don't even

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say how the cocoa was farmed or whether it has been tainted by

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child labour -- most chocolate wrappers do not save. Campaigners

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want Nestle's audit to lead to real change. They need to tell us how

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that research will be put into the public domain, it not die on the

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boardroom table or a filing cabinet somewhere, and have that research

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is going to, in the end, result in a slave three, traffic free

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chocolate bars around this country and around the world. Nestle says

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to end abuses like this, it will have to start paying more for cocoa.

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The search for child labour begins next month, with the first results

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She is one of the most highly rated living composers of classical music,

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and Sophia Gubaidulina is one of the few women to have achieved such

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status. Now the Russian composer is 80, and her music is being given

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celebratory performances around the world. Alexander Kan, the BBC

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Russian Service cultural editor, has been to rehearsals offer

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concerts at the Barbican Centre in London and has this assessment of

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her importance. There is a bittersweet flavour to

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the Gubaidulina birthday celebrations. During the Sixties,

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Seventies and Eighties she could not travel outside the USSR. Her

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work was not published and hardly ever performed. Her greats men to

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Shostakovich only grudgingly approved of her avant-garde

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approach and encouraged her to continue down her pass. Now the

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finest musicians and the world are paying tribute to her work. I am so

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happy and so moved to see how deeply appreciated and loved she is,

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not only by all of us musicians but by the audience, it really grasps,

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almost instinctively, what her music is about.

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The musician performs Gubaidulina's Second Violin Concerto, dedicated

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to the famous violinist. The music focuses around Sofia, goddess of

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wisdom, represented by the only violin in the orchestra, battered

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the soloist. -- that of the soloist. The main Sophia is also the link

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between the composer and the musician. -- the name of Sofia.

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Today Gubaidulina's music is widely performed and celebrated by the

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world's leading musicians. The famous Russian conductor and

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artistic director of this orchestra is proud to be the first performer

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of the number of Sophia Gubaidulina's mate -- major works.

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The fire of life is there. It excites me, her imagination. Then

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that my small world also becomes more active, because her

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imagination and her sonority, she can create, provokes something in

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my own system, which starts to think and also be inflamed. This is

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what is a sign of great composition. Even with the support of musicians

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as prominent as him, Gubaidulina's music remains better-known in the

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West than her homeland. The situation, however, changes. Over

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the last weeks, the composer, who has lived in Germany for the last

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20 years, was in Moscow and her home city for a series of

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celebratory concerts. You will not leave the room having heard

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Gubaidulina's music untouched. It is a really life-changing

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experience, and that is what great A reminder of our main news,

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Egyptians have been voting in the first parliamentary jet --

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elections since President Mubarak was toppled last February. Long

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queues have been seen across the country and voting had to be

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extended to cope with the numbers and delays. The US State Department

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has reacted positively to the vote, saying the signs are quite positive.

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The British film director Ken Russell has died at the age of 84.

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He began his career making arts films for BBC Television before

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going on to make feature films including Women In Love, which won

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has seven Oscar nominations including Best Director. In later

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years, his film-making efforts were rather low-budget affairs, most of

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them containing his trademark flamboyance.

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That is all from the programme. Next, the weather, but for now,

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Hello. Through the day today wins have strengthened and we have

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continued to see rain in the north and west. Into tomorrow, continuing

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on a similar theme with very windy and wet weather a round, due to low

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pressure in the Atlantic which will drive the weather throughout this

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week. We have heavy rain to the north and west and tightly-packed

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isobars bringing strong wins with them. With the rainfall in what

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already saturated ground across parts of north west Scotland we

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have an ample warning. Potential disruption to south-west Scotland

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due to localised flooding tomorrow. The heavy rain moves across parts

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of England and Wales during the morning combined with strong,

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squally, gusty winds for the afternoon across northern England.

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During daylight hours for East Anglia and the South East, it will

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stay dry but overcast, turning colder for the afternoon. Certainly

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a colder feel to the afternoon across south-west England,

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beginning to dry out the crap -- a touch by 3pm. Across Wales the wins

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he's at this stage but still cloudy and wet weather around. For

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Northern Ireland, brightness to come here with a chilly feel,

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temperatures 7 or eight degrees, slightly lighter wind in the

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afternoon and the showers could be wintry across the hills of Scotland,

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where temperatures later in the day will really struggle, four or five

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