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This is BBC World News Today with the me Zeinab Badawi. A huge

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manhunt is under way in France as a gunman kills four people including

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three children at a Jewish school in Toulouse. Police are linking the

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shooting with the killing last week of three soldiers of North African

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origin. I consider all the peoples of this school as my children. I

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cannot describe how I feel. This assertion nation does not just a

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concerned the Jewish community but the whole of France. The whole

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nation has been touched and heard. One year on since NATO began its

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bombing campaign in Libya, what effect did it have and what now for

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the country after the end of the Gaddafi regime? Government forces

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and its three Syria army opponents clashed in a suburb of Damascus as

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well as Syria's second city Aleppo. Also coming up: in the name of so-

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called honour - why one-fifth of young British Asians still think

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physical punishment should be used on a woman they believe has

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dishonoured her family. I thought the only way I will get out is

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through the upstairs window or by killing myself. And we have a

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special report on whether a truth and reconciliation process South

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African-style could help the once divided communities in the Northern

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Good evening. There is shock across France at the clinical nature of

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the attack in Toulouse that left four dead outside a Jewish school,

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including three children. The murders were carried out by a

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master gunmen on a black motor scooter. He is also suspected of

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killing three French paratroopers of North African origin last week.

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Police believe they are looking for the same man. President Sarkozy has

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described it as a tragedy and has placed the region on the highest

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terror alert level. The Monday morning school run that

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descended into panic and terror. As parents were dropping children at

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the gates of the Ozar Hatorah this morning, a lone gunman called up on

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a scooter and opened fire. He shot everyone in front of him, said the

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parents, and then chased the children into the school grounds.

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Among the four dead was 30-year-old rabbi Jonathan Santa and his two

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sons. 29 year-old barrack told me he'd just finished chatting to his

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friend at the school gates, seconds later the rabbi was dead.

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TRANSLATION: he shot one bullet into the air and hit the tree.

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After that he shot the father and children in front of them. I ran

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straight into the school but he followed us and opened fire again.

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When he left he started shooting again. The 4th victim was also a

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child between 8 and 10 years old. Witnesses said one of the gunman's

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weapon jammed. I had just arrived when we heard shooting. We were all

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frightened and shocked. This evening, there were prayers in the

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cathedral of Notre dam as different faiths came together to condemn the

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attack. The President Nicolas Sarkozy who have postponed a busy

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re-election campaign to travel to Toulouse has called for a minutes'

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silence across the country tomorrow. TRANSLATION: this assassination

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does not just concerned the Jewish community but the whole of France.

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The whole nation has been touched and hurt. You must believe it.

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Police profilers have been building a picture of the suspect and his

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movements following two previous attacks in the Toulouse region in

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over a week. On Thursday three paratroopers have gone down outside

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a base 30 miles away. Tonight police have revealed all three

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cases are connected. On each case and the gunmen escaped on a scooter,

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his face hidden by his helmet and in all three incidents he carried

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automatic weapons. Anti-terrorist police have taken over this

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investigation and are sifting through hours of film from CCTV

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that captured both the attacks and the escape. The gunman's knowledge

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of the roads suggest he is local. One witness revealed the man has a

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tattoo on his face. The motive? That is less clear but the victims

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have been of Jewish, black or North African descent. The police know

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they are working against the clock. Surveillance and of security has

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been stepped up at all Jewish schools and places of worship while

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soldiers are being told not to wear uniform outside their base. The

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identity of the government remains a mystery but police speculate they

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are searching for a man or men with links to the far right and with

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considerable military training. Betty Ehrenberg is the executive

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director of the US branch of the World Jewish Congress and she joins

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us now. This is obviously a terrible tragedy that has happened,

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but do you see this as an anti- Semitic attack or something wider

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than that? This particular attack was an anti-Semitic attack because

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the gunmen targeted a Jewish school. Nevertheless, as the reporter has

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told us, when one faith with his attack, are there faith groups

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understand quite well that they are all under attack and that is why

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they have got together in an inter- faith session at the Notre Dame,

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that is why Inter faith groups and meet and talk about this and try to

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come to terms with this together because when one is under attack,

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we are all under attack. What kind of motives would you describe to

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the tragedy that has happened? is definitely the person who

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perpetrated this attack is a racist, he wanted to harm innocent

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civilians, innocent children at a school, innocent children at a

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Jewish school, which he targeted from all the other places nearby

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and it is definitely a message to ethnic groups of all minorities

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that they are not safe and not secured. This tragedy is that there

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are those who harbour heated, who harbour animosity and he work out

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their problems with attacks and violence rather than trying to come

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to terms to live together in peace with others. The World Jewish

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Congress monitors these kinds of hate crimes. Just give us the

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context of how this fits into the wider picture? Are they on the

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increase? We monitor these kinds of attacks all over the world. We

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unfortunately have seen an uptake in the anti-Semitic attacks and

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anti-Christian attacks around the world, and in certain areas, anti-

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Muslim attacks. We are seeing a radicalisation and extremists who

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are trying to hurt other members of ethnic groups rather than try to

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really foster an atmosphere of tolerance and working together and

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it really pains us a great deal to see what is happening. Thank you.

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A year ago today the NATO bombing campaign began in Libya with a

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stated objective to protect us civilians. It was seen as the

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turning point in the popular uprising to overthrow Colonel

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Gaddafi but there are still questions about what is called

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collateral damage, that is when innocent victims get killed or

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injured. A report by Amnesty International says NATO has felt to

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investigate why more than 50 civilians were killed in the air

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strikes. Last March when Colonel Gaddafi's

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tanks went on the outskirts of Benghazi, ready to crush the

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popular uprising, NATO's bombing campaign came not a moment too soon

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for the rebels trying to overthrow the regime. Charged by the Security

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Council with protecting the civilian population, some accused

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NATO of being an official her force for the rebels. Destroying hundreds

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of Gaddafi's tanks and paving the way for the fall of Tripoli. In a

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new report, Amnesty International says that 55 civilians were killed

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as a result of NATO bombing, including many women and children.

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Amnesty also accused NATO of failing to conduct investigations

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into what it calls the forgotten victims. Most Libyans especially in

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the eastern city of Benghazi you the NATO campaign as a success,

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which saved thousands of civilians from Colonel Gaddafi's bench for

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armies and celebrations are planned in some cities. Five months after

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the death of Colonel Gaddafi, Libya is still a country in turmoil.

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Central government is weak, there are still too many weapons on the

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streets and more than 8,000 people from both sides are thought to

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still be missing or disappeared. It is a year since the revolution

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in Libya began and I have been assessing the past year with Faraj

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Najem. A London-based Libyan writer and historian and I put it to him

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that even though the Gaddafi era was over, Libya were still in a

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fragile state. They have passed the electoral roll now they are going

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for the election to elect their national assembly, but despite all

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the teething problems, they are going. When you look at Benghazi,

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and number of people there, influential people, say they want a

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federation. They do not want to remain part of a Libya that remains

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now. One thing we have to agree on his federation is not something new.

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Libyans were the first to federate their estate and this went on to

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1963 and then they decided to do away with this system. They want to

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go back to it decades later and the leadership in Tripoli is not happy.

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But people in Benghazi say this is not all bad. America is a

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Federative country. They imitated our system. You think it is

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inevitable that there will be a federation in Libya? I do not think

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so but the beauty about it is there is a dynamism, a movement, a debate,

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people are speaking loudly. What about the brother in law of Gaddafi,

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also his former head of intelligence, just been apprehended.

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What will happen to him? Personally I hope that he should be sent to

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the Hague because he is not an ordinary criminal, he is an

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international criminal. But also the crimes he committed in Libya.

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Everybody wants him. Where will he and a Christmas he should end up in

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the Hague. The Libyans have sent delegates to Mauritania. But I wish

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he will go to the Hague to expose him, to find out what he has.

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People looking at the revolutions in Tunisia and Libya saying the is

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a mess are getting a stronger hand there. I do not think so. They are

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not doing as good as they are in Tunisia or Egypt. Recently we saw

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the election, the business brother had only got one seat out of 28. It

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is an indication that the Islamists will not be special. When you look

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at Libya a year on, what do you think? Much better than Gaddafi.

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Much better without him. It is better.

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A look at some of the day's other news. A judge has resigned from the

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Khmer Rouge genocide trial. The Swiss judge, Laurent Kasper-

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Ansermet, accused his Cambodian counterpart of blocking efforts to

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investigate new suspects. He is the second international judge to

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resign in six months. Italian police have arrested dozens

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of people on suspicion of money laundering and corruption in an

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anti-Mafia operation. 16 of those being held are judges who are

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alleged to have taken bribes to issue financial hoardings in favour

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of the Camorra, a crime syndicate that operates around Naples.

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But loyal. Sergeant Robert bales, the US soldier accused of killing

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16 Afghan civilians, says meeting his client in person was man of the

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most emotional meetings of his life. John Henry Brown held talks with

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the soldier who is being held in isolation after being flown back

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from Afghanistan. Fabrice Muamba is showing small

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signs of improvement in a London hospital. He has been held there

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after collapsing on the pitch during an FA Cup tie on Saturday.

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The player's heart stopped and did not resent beating on his own fog

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Fresh fighting between pro and anti government forces in Syria have

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been taking place in the capital, Damascus and Aleppo. According to

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Syrian state TV, four people were killed in clashes today. The

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violence in Damascus took place in the wealthy al-Mezze district of

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the city. This comes at a time when the International Committee of the

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Red Cross says it's making progress in negotiations with Russia on

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securing its support for getting humanitarian aid into the needy

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civilians caught up in the conflict in Syria. Jon Donnison reports. The

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aftermath of what witnesses say was a major gun battle in the early

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hours of this morning. In an upmarket neighbourhood of Damascus.

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Opposition groups say rebel fighters from the three Serie army

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was trying to attack a house belonging to a senior figure in the

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Syrian military. Often there was then apparently a firefight, a

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security force at, trying to force them from the apartment they were

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hiding. Several fighters were killed including at least one

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security officer. This is the most serious fighting of this kind so

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close to the centre of power. It comes after three bomb attacks over

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the weekend, two in Damascus and one in Syria's second city. Anti-

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government activists accuse the Syrian leadership of staging the

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explosions. There is a mass popular uprising in Syria. But there was

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also an armed insurgency. Meanwhile, after a visit to Moscow by the head

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of the International Red Cross, Russia and the aid agency are

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urging the Syrian government and its opponents to agree without

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delay today the humanitarian ceasefires. Clearly, one of

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priority is to cease humanitarian ceasefire, and explain to him it

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has become more urgent because if it cannot be done, we have more

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intense fighting and no access to evacuate wounded citizens. The idea

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is to start with two hour ceasefire is a date when our aid workers in

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and the injured out. But such windows are rare. Opposition groups

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release video showing what they say was more government shelling. There

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was also violence reported in the north. And in the east. It comes as

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a small team are working for the international envoy to Syria, Kofi

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a man, visited her to look at setting up a team of observers. As

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things stand, they will have their work cut out.

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An investigation by the BBC's Panorama programme has found that a

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fifth of young British Asians think that if a woman's behaviour brings

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what they regard as dishonour upon her family, she deserves to be

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punished physically. The kind of behaviour we're talking about

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includes girls and young women disobeying their father, going out

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in the evening unaccompanied and wanting to leave a marriage. Jane

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This national helpline is for women being threatened and suffering

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domestic violence are because of honour. In the four years since it

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was set up, calls to the service had doubled. We don't know the true

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figure. Anything between 10 and 12 on the killings a year in this

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country. I don't know how many other unmarked graves they are in

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this green and pleasant land and that suggests to me we are

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underestimating the issue. Qawal came to this country from Pakistan

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but was abused by her husband and his family.

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TRANSLATION: My mother in law hit me so hard in the face that a blood

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poured from my ear. Once I was locked upstairs for 13 days and I

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thought, the only way I will get out is through the window or by

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killing myself. In a poll, 69% of young British Asians agreed

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families should live according to honour. At first, only 6% said it

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was right to physically punish a woman who brings dishonour on her

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family. But that went up to 18%, nearly one in five, when it

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presented with a specific list. Disobeying a father, marrying

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someone unacceptable or wanting to end a marriage. Jasvinder Sanghera,

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a British-born Sikh, set up a helpline. I have yet to see

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community leaders, religious leaders, Asian councillors,

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politicians, give real leadership on this. They know this is

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happening and, to know that a significant abuse in your community

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is happening, and not demonstrate real leadership on this is

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extremely irresponsible. Many experts argue the root cause of on

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the crime lies in the forced marriage and the government is

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considering making it a criminal offence. But there are worries that

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more needs to be done within certain communities to change

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attitudes and protector of vulnerable women.

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To talk some more about this, we're joined by Ayesha Gill, a board

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member of End Violence Against Women Coalition who has also

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advised the police on gendered forms of violence against women in

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the UK. Just put this survey into context for us. One-fifth say it's

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all right for women to be punished that way but is that an

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improvement? We don't really know. It suggested it was compared to

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SURVEY conducted in August 2006, where one in 10 young people of a

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similar age suggest that it was acceptable to use violence where

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women had transgressed from honour codes. It would suggest it has gone

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up? Yes, that's right, but my concern would be to look at the

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methodology behind the percentages in terms of geographical location,

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social class, social economic backgrounds, geography. And

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migration experience. They may play a part in the currency or reference

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to the value of so-called honour in communities where violence may be

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prevalent. Is there something which transcends social class, economic

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status? Do you tend to find it lower down in the socio-economic

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groups? It cuts across the classes, religion, social groups, and it's

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important we recognise this a form of violence against women and girls

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do not only occur in South Asian it unities but also in Gypsy and

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travelling communities, so the notion on is not subbing specific

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to South Asian communities. How do you combat it? Better education?

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The committee has got to stand up and speak. There has to be public

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awareness. Better integration of education awareness in that schools.

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And colleges. But also, work within committees as well in recognising

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particular forms of violence against women, challenging those

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notions of acceptability that motions Clapham of honour, forced

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marriage, -- thought of honour. So young people can then be empowered

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and challenge those attitudes within those communities so

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violence will not be so prevalent. Sadly, for those women who were

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experienced violence, what about the resources and facilities to

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help them? There's a lot to do, it's a postcode lottery in terms of

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specialist services, and services are being cut by the recession and

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a credit crunch, and there is not enough investment so my plea to the

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Prime Minister would be to invest in a specialist services in terms

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of protection so that women and girls can be safe to exit violent

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relationships if they need to. is sadly a global problem, too, so

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all governments. Estate accountability and due diligence.

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Thank you for talking to us. Politicians and people in both the

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Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have come a long way in

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bridging their differences since the height of the conflict in

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Northern Ireland. Behind the scenes, work is under way to determine

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whether a truth and reconciliation process like the one in South

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Africa would be possible. Our Special Correspondent Fergal Keane

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has been given exclusive access to a unique experiment.

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In a place once traumatised by political violence, an

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extraordinary group has come together. Here, a former senior IRA

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man chatting to a police officer, his organisation once wanted to

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kill. This man is a top policemen from the Irish Republic. Sitting

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near him, a former loyalist prisoner. It's very easy to be

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angry with people you don't know but when you get in touch with the

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person's humanity and you get to know them as a person, history

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shows that everything is possible. They have come here from a place

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with a political settlement but with still bitter divisions over

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Here they met witnesses from the Truth and Reconciliation Committee.

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What is a victim? Who was a victim? A victim is someone who was

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violated. South Africa's truth commission named names, and was

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emotionally highly charged. There is no consensus for anything like

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this in Ireland but from one influential figure, agreement, some

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truth process is needed. Could you see, as a Republican, the IRA

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taking part in some kind of truth commission? Very much so, yes, I

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could. Even if it meant same painful truths. It's about conflict,

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you know, and conflict, at the end of the day, it's about killing

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people and stuff like that. It's very painful things. But the devil

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is in the detail. No group wants to see its members publicly named and

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blamed. And there are strong political opposition to public

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inquiries and amnesties for those who inflicted violence. Compromise

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is only half the story. It means discussions like this are tentative.

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Part of a much longer process aimed at creating trust and, for the

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first time in Irish history, the possibility of a shared memory.

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course it is contentious, the blame game. But if people could create

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the Good Friday and Belfast Agreement, they can come up with a

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way of getting past this. Then the island jail, where Nelson Mandela

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and others were imprisoned. Here, the prison cells where men spent

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decades of their lives. Yet emerged, with a message of reconciliation.

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This is a brave journey, old enemies here working together to

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try and find an answer. A question which divides politicians and

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confound governments. How old do you answer the demand from the

:26:30.:26:35.

victims of violence for the truth about the past? The answer to that

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question may be some time coming but it is central to creating an

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enduring peace. Truth and reconciliation.

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A reminder of our main news. There are growing suspicions in

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France that the same man was behind the murders at a Jewish school

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today and two previous incidents, in and around Toulouse. It's now

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been revealed that the same weapon was used each time. And also the

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same black scooter, a stolen Yamaha on which the killer escaped.

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Today's killing of one teacher and three children follows that of

:27:06.:27:16.
:27:16.:27:30.

three soldiers last week. That is Hello there. This week's weather is

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dominated by high pressure so no signs of the rain where we do need

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it. Tomorrow, there will be more cloud around, a great start across

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much of the country but, with that cloud not as cold, you can see the

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high pressure does building to the south, pushing these weather fronts

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back northwards through the day on Tuesday, so although there could be

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light rain and drizzle in the north-west for the morning, by the

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afternoon, it starts to fade away. In the afternoon, we develop some

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bricks and the cloud in northern areas of England with temperatures

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of 13-14 degrees. Another dry day across the south-east corner,

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slightly more cloud around for tomorrow but, having said that, we

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will see those temperatures rising to 14 Celsius. More overcast across

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south-west England with a top temperature of 13 Celsius. A south-

:28:18.:28:21.

westerly breeze for the afternoon bringing more cloud across west

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Wales, in land and the cloud will break up and some sunshine will be

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around. The afternoon, Northern Ireland, more brightness, and

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temperatures of 13-14. Still keeping thick cloud for western

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Scotland but it should be bright for the afternoon and, with that

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