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This is BBC World News Today with me, Tim Willcox. A fifth day of

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shelling of Homs, the heaviest bombardment yet to.

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Syrian opposition activists say at least 40 people have been killed as

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government guns continued to pound the city. It is not clear what

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exactly the Syrian army is targeting. But civilians are

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bearing the brunt, and most of them are inside, just as we are.

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brooch in the latest endgame? Greek political leaders meet to try

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and ratify a tough new austerity measures.

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Violent protests in the Maldives after the president is forced to

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resign at gunpoint. Also coming up in the programme: is

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this a provocation? Argentina says it will make a

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formal complaint to the UN after Britain since one of its most

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sophisticated warships to the disputed Falklands.

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And the shocking allegations of the mystery behind the kids in the life

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of a catwalk model. -- behind the glitz in the life of a catwalk

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model. Hello and welcome. Syrian security

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forces have pounded the city of Homs for a fifth day in a row.

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Opposition activists say it is the heaviest bombardment yet, just a

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day after President Bashar al-Assad said he was ready for dialogue to

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end of violence. Activists say at least as many as 50 people may have

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been killed. Turkey is preparing its own diplomatic initiative to

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try and end the bloodshed. Our correspondent has spent several

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days inside the besieged city. It began at dawn. For a fifth day,

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Homs is pounded. Some said it was the worst day of shelling. The

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casualties are mounting. The people here both fear and expect those

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tanks and ground troops to move in at some point. Most of the people

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who have died here have been killed because they went out onto the

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street. It is not clear what exactly the Syrian army is

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targeting. But certainly, civilians are bearing the brunt, and most of

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them are inside, just as we are. They have not been out to play

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since the uprising began. Their mothers in despair. The outside

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world will not help us, she says. But God's vengeance will come down

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on the Syrian President. The Kalashnikovs of the Free Syrian

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Army can do little against tanks. They hope the regime's forces will

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crumble from the inside. The Syrian army's morale has collapsed, says

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an officer who defected just a week ago. They know they are killing

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civilians. They want this bloodbath to stop. The prevailing mood here

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is one of despair. People feel trapped, and they believe no one is

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coming to help. A look at some of the day's other

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news. European air safety officials are to inspect the entire fleet of

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Airbus A380 Super jumbos, more than 60 aircraft, for cracks in wing

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components. Cracks have been found in several planes following a

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decision by the European Aviation Safety Agency last month to order

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checks on the 20 aircraft with the highest mileage.

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Police in the Somali capital Mogadishu say a suicide car bombing

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has killed at least nine people. The blast took place in the

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government district. The Somali Islamist group Al-Shabaab told the

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BBC it carried out the attack. Her the Sudanese President Omar al-

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Bashir has launched a new regional authority in the war-torn region of

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Darfur. It has been set up to oversee a peace agreement for the

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region, which has been in conflict since 2003. But the body has

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already been rejected by the main rebel movements.

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A top English football manager, Harry Redknapp, has been found not

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guilty on two council tax evasion. Along with the former chairman of

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Portsmouth Football Club, Milan Mandaric, he was accused of

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concealing payments of almost $300,000 during his time as manager

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at Portsmouth. Noise from motors on busy

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commercial shipping lanes can cause chronic stress for Wales. The

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results have come from a study carried out following the 9/11

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terror attacks in New York. The attacks led to a drop in maritime

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traffic and gave researchers an opportunity to investigate whether

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sound pollution was a cause of stress for Wales.

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Let's return now to the bombardment for his fifth day in a rope on the

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besieged city of Homs. Many residents say it is the worst

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bombardment they have experienced in the past week. We can speak now

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to Adomah, who joins us from Homs. -- Omar. What is happening there

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tonight? In the middle of the day, the Assad army and security force

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were shelling us with rockets and tanks. Also, many heavy weapons.

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There are reports, also, of militias loyal to Bashar al-Assad

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carrying out killings as well. Can you confirm that? Yeah, that is

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true. They killed the three families in one neighbourhood.

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are finding it very difficult to hear you. What about infantry from

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the Syrian army? Have they moved into the area where you are? No...

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They are just shelling us from faraway, targeting the civilian

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houses. And what are conditions like for people inside these

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suburbs, which I think are largely Sunni? Do most houses have

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electricity and other power, or has that been cut off? There is no

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electricity, no more food, no more medical supplies. There are no

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words. We are lucky to stay alive. There is no food. There is no water.

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There are a lot of snipers surrounding the area. People are

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trying to give some medical supplies, some food.

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Thank you for joining us on the line from Homs, which has

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experienced its fifth day of bombardment by Syrian forces.

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Coalition party leaders in Greece are thought to be close to

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announcing a deal on a new austerity package that could help

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prevent a default on Greece's debts. It is expected to be based on

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conditions set up by the European Union International Monetary Fund.

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They include a 20% cut to the minimum wage, as well as further

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cuts to pensions, which have already been hit hard. It would

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also see a further 15,000 jobs being slashed from the Civil

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Service. Proposed measures have been provoking angry protest by

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Greek unions, but the owner -- EU and IMF say without the deal, they

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will not sign off the bail-out, without which Greece would default

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on its debts next month. Let's get the latest from our correspondent

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in Athens. This meeting has been delayed over the past 24 hours. Do

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we think political leaders are about to reach some sort of deal

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finally? All the signs are there that a deal is imminent. The party

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leaders of the coalition and prime minister have been locked for four

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hours in talks in the Prime Minister's office. It is a freezing

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night in Athens, and we are all waiting for some kind of

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announcement. There is an indication that they are edging

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closer towards a deal. We had an announcement that the Eurozone

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finance ministers will meet in Brussels tomorrow evening, probably

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to sign off on the deal that will be reached here. The deal has been

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imposed by the EU and IMF in order for Greece to get access to these

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vital EUR130 billion of international loan, but they are

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difficult conditions. Some of the cuts being proposed will go down

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badly on the streets of Athens among an extremely austerity weary

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nation, which has been living on austerity for the last two years.

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They can't take much more. Where do we stand on the private sector

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haircut of 50%? That is a condition for this bail-out deal also to be

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reached. Parallel assessment negotiations have been going on.

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Greece wants to negotiate with the private creditors, mainly European

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banks, to write off at least EUR100 billion of Greek private debt.

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Those negotiations have been going well, there were then put on hold

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while the bail-out negotiations were continuing. But we think both

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sets of public and private negotiations will be signed off at

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the same time. That would significantly lighter and Greece's

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debt burdens and reduce the debt to 120% of GDP from 160% at the moment.

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This is all trying to avoid a catastrophic default by Greece

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which could happen in the next few weeks, when this country has to pay

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bond redemptions which it cannot afford. So it is urgently in need

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of the bail-out money by mid-March, which is when the bond redemptions

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are due. A disorderly default by Greece could spread contagion

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throughout the Eurozone and would again raised questions about

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whether this country can maintain its place within the Eurozone

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itself. Scuffles have broken out in the

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Maldives between police and supporters of the former president,

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forced to step down earlier this week. Mohammed Nasheed was the

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Maldives' first democratically- elected leader. He says he was

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removed from office at gunpoint. The BBC's Andrew North is in the

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Maldives capital. There is now a crowd of several

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thousand supporters of the former president out on the streets of the

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capital. This is just after a rally. Many of them are chanting "it is a

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cup". Our military is corrupted! Feelings are running very high.

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People are saying their democracy has been taken away. And the former

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president says the new President, the man who was his vice-president,

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should now step down and they should be an investigation. He says

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he will not give up. He will keep fighting. And as you can see, large

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numbers of people seem to agree. They have come out on the streets

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to protest. But it is not clear whether this is a real fight back

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or just the last gasp for President Mohammed Nasheed and his supporters.

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There has been another twist in the race for the Republican

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presidential nomination in the US. The former senator for Pennsylvania,

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Rick Santorum, has won the latest three contests to choose a

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candidate to run against President Obama in November. Mr Santorum was

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declared the winner in Colorado, Minnesota and misery. The result is

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seen as a blow for the Republican front-runner, Mitt Romney.

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Rick Santorum was savouring victory. He is a former senator, and claims

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to be the standard-bearer of American social and religious

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conservatism, the man who should challenge Barack Obama for the

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presidency in November. Voters in Missouri and Minnesota and Colorado

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agreed with him. He won all three states. Your votes today were not

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just heard loud and wide across the states of misery and Minnesota, but

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they were heard louder across the country forced up his is a long-

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shot candidacy. He lacks money and organisation, but he won some real

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momentum here. For the front-runner of the Republican nomination, Mitt

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Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, this has been a

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worrying turn of events. This was a good night for Rick Santorum. I

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congratulate him and wish him the best. We will keep campaigning, but

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I expect to become our nominee. Romney has wealth and a powerful

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campaign machine at his command, but he is struggling to win the

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affection of the Republican Party. After his speech, this. Someone

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tried to throw glitter all over him. The secret service had to intervene.

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These results seem to tell us that Republican voters across America

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seemed to be divided on who their candidate for the presidency should

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be. Mitt Romney may be the front- runner, but social and religious

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Conservatives do not seem to like the look of him. There are still

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many contests to go before the nomination is settled on, and

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voters seem to be telling Mr Let's get some analysis on this by

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former CBS senior correspondent Tom Fenton. Some have said their wheels

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have come off. Is that oversimplifying things. This is a

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setback. You have to remember we are early in the game right now. At

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this point Mitt Romney has 107 delegates. Newt Gingrich has 36,

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Rick Santorum who has now coming up fast, has 45. Ron Paul has 47. The

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OECD -- you need 1144. It was pretty meaningless. A give some

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momentum to Santorum. And what it does also is it changes their

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strategy for our people. They had focused on the President, he has to

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fight off Santorum and Gingrich. where do we think it went wrong?

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Mitt Romney was the clear favourite in one of these primaries. Does it

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go back to the line he made about he was not being very concerned

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about the extremely poor? That seems a major gaffer any

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presidential candidate. This three states that we just saw, this is

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the Conservative base. Romany does not play well with them. -- Mitt

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Romney does not play well with them. Moderate has become a much dirty

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word. Compromise is a deadly sin. So they are beating up trying to

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prove that they are more Catholic than the Pope. His Rick Santorum

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seen by many as the person most obviously opposite to what

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President Obama represents? I think that would be true. He is very

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Conservative. More so than Newt Gingrich. He's had a colourful

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private life that has some influence on the Republican base

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which tends to be socially Conservative. And talking of Newt

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Gingrich, he says he has pledged to continue right through until the

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convention. But has he got the funds to do that? He has got

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several big givers. There were several core conditions which

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allowed the creation of Super packs, political action committees.

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Unlimited funds can going to them. They're supposed to be arms-length

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from the candidates. As long as there are no direct contact with

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the candidate? It is a complete farce. They have millions of

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dollars and they are mostly... long way to go. March 6th. But that

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might not be it. As the 30th anniversary of the

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Falklands War approaches, Argentina is to make a formal complaint to

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the United Nations about Britain sending one of its newest

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destroyers to the seas around the islands. Argentina's President

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Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has also complained about the posting

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of Prince William to work doesn't air and sea rescue pilot in the

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islands. Officially on the Falklands as

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Flight Lieutenant Wales, working as a search-and-rescue pilot, Prince

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William's presence has upset Argentina. It's country's President

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made clear last night. It is the 30th anniversary of the war in the

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Falklands coming up. Addressing supporters including veterans of

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the conflict, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner accuse their

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UK of military allies in the islands. The senti modern destroyer

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to the heir to the throne. So Argentina is making a formal

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complaint to the unit -- United Nations Security Council. HMS done

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was is the newest and most powerful ships and the Navy's fleet. But

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officials here say she is simply replacing another vessel which had

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been on patrol in the same area. Although Argentina may disagree,

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the MoD insists that it climate of HMS dot was to the Atlantic is a

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matter of routine. Likewise Prince William's deployment as a search-

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and-rescue pilot. But it is clear the Falklands are better defender

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than they were in 1982 when Argentina invaded. It would be very,

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very difficult to retake the islands now if we lost them. We

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have to make sure that Argentina is never tempted to invade. We do not

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have to be in a position to have to retake them. So heavily --

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investing heavily and defending them is the right policy. The UK is

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treading a careful line over these windswept islands to make sure the

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war of words doesn't escalate while underlining that it is up to the

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islanders themselves and not Argentina to determine their own

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future. Lisa Watson is the editor of

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Penguin News and she joins us from Port Stanley. You may appreciate

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the arrival of HMS topless but he accepted is a provocation to

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Argentina? -- HMS dauntless. Argentina would see anything as a

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provocation. Everything has been pitched up high. I really do not

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know what is going to happen next with Argentina. But the President

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said her approach would be peaceful and she describes -- described the

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militarisation of the island's as being too much. Why was it

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necessary to have a future king attending just around the 30th

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anniversary of the Falkland war? can speak for a wide Prince William

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is deployed here at the moment. I can only presume that if he had

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been sent to other countries where the situation were tense as well,

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other countries would complain of his presence. Presumably a man has

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to chop -- to his job somewhere. The rescue work year as extremely

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important to the Falklands, we have a number of fishing vessels around

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the Falklands and they help with those, I suppose, were every goes

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there will be complaints. He say that with a smile, but it is not

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just only fishing vessels around the islands. If there are oil

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exploration rigs which must make one the Saudis furious given the

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potential riches around the islands -- the capital of Argentina.

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don't doubt that it does make them angry. As far as we are concerned

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this these belong to the Falkland Islanders. Really it does not

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matter what we do, the President becomes angry. She objects that we

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license fishing vessels to fish around the Falklands sort of

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cautious could object to something to something else where she fills

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Argentina is losing out. There seems to be more regional support

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for Argentina's stance here. Even chilly isn't allowing fishing there.

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Do you see are at sea change year regarding the future of the

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islands? Chile and the other South American Islands are part of

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another governing body. That is not tunnelled institution. It wasn't

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around in 1982. They are supporting each other in the same way that

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their European Union would support each other. Is there a change and

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that? I do not think there is. Ate the request had been made 10 years

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ago they would have supported it. Do you ever think this is a little

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but you tell? It depends on what question you are asking. Is what

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you tell? Is it you tell to want to remain a British citizen?

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absolutely not. It may be seen as sentimental but it is not, it is

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very practical. It has a very good relationship with Britain. Britain

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supports us and our desire to run around Government. We have our own

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elected representatives and without the support of Britain we would

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find that very difficult. We are a small population and we need some

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kind of support to choose the wrong Government. It is BT are.

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Many seek modelling as a glittering and lucrative profession but the

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reality can be pretty different. The fashion industry is largely

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unregulated and as workers models have little protection.

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Models are the glamourous, unattainable silent faces of

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fashion and now they want to be heard. Walking the runway as as

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sought-after job but the work that goes into creating these images can

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be long and hard. We've have crafted a model's Bill of Rights.

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They have pressed for better working conditions because of what

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she has witnessed over 15 years. saw first-hand how the industry

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lacks financial transparency and encourages eating disorders and

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even tolerate sexual abuse in the workplace. Models are independent

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contractors under US law so they can to form a trade union. To bring

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models together, Susan Scafidi who has been helping with the campaign

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says models need protection. backstage privacy policy so the

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women who are changing are not having photographs of themselves

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appearing on the internet. A policy not our hire young girl's father

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runway. A policies says there's a place that you can call F something

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happens that the 4-Show and you are not comfortable with it. Nobody can

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be a poster that. Fashion is a multi-billion pound business in New

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York. In such a competitive field, can an alliance of models really

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make an impact? One chronicler of the fashion world wonders how you

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can regulate an industry which is so subjective. It is one of the few

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industries where someone can some - - summoned a decision is a naughty

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you simply a modular can nothing else. It is very hard to say what

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is discriminatory and what is not. The entire industry is based on an

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-- a very discriminatory practice. Sara Ziff says worker's rights

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should extend to models to. They beautiful images that we produce

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and her business should be backed up by some moral code behaviour.

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public may see models as having it all but many start out as teenagers

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and an adult world. The question is whether the fashion industry will

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take kindly to this push for better conditions.

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One piece a breaking news: Fabio Capello has quit as the England

:26:44.:26:54.
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football coach according to the FA. Freezing rain causing problems with

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by some parts of Scotland and later into northern England. Tomorrow it

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is just another cold day across much of the UK. These weather

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fronts push further south and the shift from freezing rain to snow.

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For tomorrow morning, and icy start for the morning. It could prove to

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cause problems for many. Her 3 o'clock in the afternoon it is a

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cold rain, temperatures barely above freezing. Some snow

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developing. For the south of all of that, plenty of cloudy again. Parts

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of south-west England, a few holes and that clowned and some sunshine

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coming through it as we have seen today. South of wills it is really

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dry. To the north it is wet. The snow in the higher ground

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developing. For Northern Ireland it is damp but it is mild air here.

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The mild air with us in Northern Scotland but quite damp in parts of

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