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This is BBC World News Today with me, Zeinab Badawi.

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30 years on since the Falklands War between Argentina and Britain began,

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the tensions remain. Britain says its up to the

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islanders themselves to decide their future, the Argentine

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president renews her country's claim on the territory.

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A step forward, but still a long way to go. Aung San Suu Kyi's

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supporters in Burma celebrate their sweeping victory in the

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parliamentary by-elections. We hope that this will be the beginning of

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a new era where there albeit more emphasis on the role of the people

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and the everyday politics of our country.

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Separatist rebels in Mali declare independence in the north of the

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country as West African nations impose sanctions on the coup

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leaders. Also coming up in the programme:

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Can a nation's happiness index be measured?

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The kingdom of Bhutan leads the way at a UN summit on how citizens'

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well-being should be part of good economic development.

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The enfant terrible of British art, Damien Hirst, gets his first

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retrospective. Is there more to him than the ability to shock?

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thing you have to have, is that people have to say well. I hate art

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that you have to think about. Hello and welcome. 30 years ago

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today, Britain and Argentina went to war over the Falkland Islands.

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The Argentine military junta at the time, stunned the world when it

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landed troops in Port Stanley. Britain retaliated, by sending a

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naval task force to reclaim the territory. And after two and a half

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months, the war ended in defeat for Argentina.

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Today, both countries have been holding separate events to mark the

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start of the conflict. British veterans gathered at a

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memorial chapel, with the families of those who died. The UK lost 255

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soldiers in the battle. And in Argentina, ceremonies have been

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held across the country to remember the more than 650 troops who were

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killed. The Argentine president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner,

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used one ceremony to call on Britain to discuss the sovereignty

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of the islands. But the UK says it will only agree to sovereignty

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talks if the islanders themselves ask them to do so. The BBC's World

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Affairs Editor, John Simpson, reports from the Argentinian

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I am terribly sorry. We had the pictures but not the sound. We hope

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to bring back to you a little later in the programme. Meanwhile let's

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press on with another major story. The parliamentary by-elections in

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Burma on Sunday have been hailed by the pro-democracy leader, Aung San

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Suu Kyi, as marking a new era for the people. Her party, the National

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Leagure for Democracy, won nearly all the 45 seats up for grabs,

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though official results are not in yet. However, most of the

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parliament's 600 seats are held by backers of the military, so it's

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not clear what impact Aung San Suu Kyi and her party will have on

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Burma's future. There are rare moments in the story

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of troubled countries when hope appears. In Burma today, you could

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not mistake the surge of optimism. A landslide victory bought out the

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crowds to Chiyo the woman they For a few moments, the slight

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figure was lost from view in the press of bodies. Then she appeared.

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Mindful that the powerful military would be listening, she urged

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magnanimity and reminded them that this was a Democratic victory.

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is not so much our triumph but a triumph for the people who decided

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they must be involved in political processes of this country. We hope

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this will be the beginning of a new era where there will be more

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emphasis on the role of the people and the everyday politics of our

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country. We hope that in future there will be more chances for many

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more people and many more parties. Thank you. There are some in her

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own party and supporters who believe that entering the by-

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election as a be a mistake given that they would not deliver full

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democracy. Today, thanks to the sweeping victory, Aung San Suu Kyi

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will feel vindicated. Images like these will make Burma's

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leaders nervous. They want something in return for reforming.

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An end to punitive international sanctions. We have so much

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opportunity to develop our country, but this sanction cost up Torness.

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They need to abandon the sanction. In all likelihood these are fading

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days of economic isolation, but remember the majority of people

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were not voting this time around. For families like this one, the

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next step must be a general election that will bring the

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Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner -- Aung San Suu Kyi to power. She will

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be our president. I believe it. she wins the chair, she can help a

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lot to our people. That is what our people hope for the best.

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When the cheering fades, the hard talking will begin with the

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government. Those uncertain neck initiations will depend whether the

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woman he carried the day can carry the country.

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Earlier, I spoke to the UN's envoy to Burma, Vijay Nambiar. I asked

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him if this vote raises expectations about the reform

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process. In a sense, for the first time, the

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fact that this election though a small by election, includes

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political forces that have been excluded for 20 years. It therefore

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has the potential of changing fundamentally a quality of

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political diversity in the country. It will help bring a change that

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has so far been irreversible. There is a potential for it becoming

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irreversible as you go along, but there are still problems. There are

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problems of the ongoing peace process, the humanitarian problems,

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the questions of human rights as well as a serious Medes associate

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economic development. Therefore the tasks have just begun. Sure enough,

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I want to reiterate that because how much of a foothold is this

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going to give Aung San Suu Kyi? Shall only have 40 odd seat out of

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a Parliament where there are 600 seats. Yes, but it provides her

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with a platform as she herself mentioned, the members are not

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important. It provides an opportunity inside Parliament to

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reach out to the persons who are now members of parliament including

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those in the army and it provides her an opportunity to build on the

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basis she has already established for a larger political collective

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political future. Is she going to be able to weave this difficult

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path in meeting those expectations, but also keeping a channel open to

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the authorities, in particular the President? Yes, she has actually

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expressed a confidence that she would be able to proceed in that

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direction, meet up with the political leadership in a

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constructive manner. She wants to work towards the larger issues that

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confront the people. In the social and economic to ballot mental

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concerns, it is the larger areas of peace recognition that she will

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address. Now a look at some of the days

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other news, and unemployment across the countries that use the euro,

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The Argentine president has today renew her commitment to regain the

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territory. I will World Affairs terror -- our world affairs

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correspondent has been testing the mood in one us Aires.

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Early morning. The elegant understated memorial to more than

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600 Argentine dead in the war is about to input. Miguel is waiting

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to pay his respects to friends and comrades. TRANSLATION: 30 years on,

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so many lives loss for no reason. It was not worth a single life.

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Captain Armando was one of the pilot. TRANSLATION: I am sorry that

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22 Britons died. As professionals we had to do our job and that

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caused casualties. After 30 years, attitudes remain unchanged. The

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students were not even born then, but they all think the same way.

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TRANSLATION: People were taken from us by M empire. Will there be

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another war over the Falklands? Yes or no? No. Argentina could not do

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it anyway. Ever since the collapse of the military regime here after

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the Falklands war, successive civilian governments have been

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cutting back savagely on military spending. No new players for 30

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years, only just enough money to pay the wages. This is a country

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which was chosen unilaterally to disarm itself. Now it is conducting

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a diplomatic war to get the islands. Gabriella, political ally for the

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government, thinks it is a success. It is the first time that we are in

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the same way with Argentina in his claim. It is important to show that

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there is support. This is the first time that this happened.

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British doubt it. Most Latin American countries are apparently

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saying quietly that they do not want to get involved. People in

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Argentina would be mistaken if they thought Britain was retreating from

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the scene or not interested in the region or weakening in any way in

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our commitment to the people of the Falkland Islands. Critics of the

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government here think the reason the diplomatic battle is heating up

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is that Argentina's economy is in trouble on all of this provides

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useful distraction. Even the critics think the islands belong to

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Argentina. 30 years since the start there.

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Let's look at other news in brief. Unemployment across the euro-zone

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has gone up to almost 11% in February.

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10.8% of people in Eurozone countries are unemployed. That's

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the highest figure since the formation of the euro back in 1999.

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The worst figures are in Spain, where 23.6% of people are out of

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work. And there was bad news in France - manufacturing output is at

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its worst level there for three years.

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Kofi Annan has said there has been no process on the ground in

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implementing a ceasefire which is a key condition of his ceasefire. He

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has been briefing the UN Council. A rising death toll for military it

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pro-reform protesters. I'm the three widows of Osama Bin Laden

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have been given jail sentences for living in Pakistan illegally.

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All five were captured during the raid on the compound where Osama

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Bin Laden was found and killed. They will each serve 45 days.

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The head of Russia's civil aviation agency has said that the plane that

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crashed in Siberia on Monday appears to have not been properly

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de Iced before it took off. 31 people were killed after the crash.

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12 of those on board survived, but are in a serious condition in

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hospital. The West African regional body has

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impose sanctions on the soldiers to seize power in Mali de weeks ago.

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The junta had been forced to promise a return to democratic rule,

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but that was not enough. In Mali, rebels have captured the historic

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trading town of Timbuktu giving them control of the north of the

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The rapid advance in Mali has taken many by surprise. Heavily a dark --

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armed, they have taken a position to gain ground. They are currently

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in the ancient city of Timbuktu, which gives them for control of the

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north of the country. Nearly 1,000 years old, the significance of the

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city cannot be overestimated. Once a regional hub of, say, today it

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still possesses a vast cultural well. -- harbour of Commerce. The

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library told ancient manuscripts dating through the centuries. So

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who are the rebels now control in Timbuktu and the rest of the North?

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Well, they consist of a bewildering array of groups, including

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Islamists but the majority are tour Rake, fighting a separatist cause.

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They are less fighting for and the autonomous state -- they say they

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are fighting for an autonomous state, and given that they control

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the north, they will stop fighting and begin defending their territory.

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Our objective is not to go farther than the borders. We do not want to

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create problems for the government of Marley and the region. So from

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the moment we have liberated our Tel Reyes -- territories, we have

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achieved our objective, we will stop there. They may say they have

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no intentions of destabilising the region, but nonetheless the

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neighbouring countries are very I think that the prospect of power

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falling into the hands of fundamentalists is a nightmare, not

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only for us, but all the countries in the region and we will take all

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measures to make sure the fundamentalists do not take power.

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Back in the capital city, residents are bracing themselves for the

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impact of the economic sanctions that have just been imposed by the

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To talk some more is the veteran West African analyst, Kaye Whiteman.

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Do you think the gains by the rebels in the north are

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irreversible? Not irreversible, but they will be hard to undo. They do

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have limited objectives anyway. imposition of sanctions on the

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leaders of the coup, will this further complicate matters and

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allow the rebels to exploit the confusion even more? Certainly will

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not help, because the confusion is already considerable. But will they

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want to move in on Bamako? At the moment they seem to want to

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consolidate their own power having captured three major towns in

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north-eastern Marley. They will probably want to consolidate that.

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There also are Islamists with them who were not as important, but they

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have another agenda. Their objectives could very well be that

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they would like to take over the whole of the country, but I think

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there is a more limited agenda. Traditionally, they are not known

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as people having sympathies with Al co-leader -- Al-Qaeda or or more

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Jihad est movements. They are seen as more moderate. One wonders why

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they have this alliance with the Islamist fighters. I think the

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Islamists are piggy-backing on their back. They are there because

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of the fall of Gaddafi. They were in the army and they got kicked out

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and took an awful lot of their arms there and establish themselves in

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the north-east. This is the result, a direct consequence. Do you think

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the actions could trigger similar actions elsewhere, like in Niger or

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Mauritania? The name of what they consider their homeland stretches

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to five or six different countries through Algeria, Libya, Mauritania

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and Niger. That is important because of the Ukrainian. These are

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things that remain to be seen. -- because of the uranium. What would

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they base that on? Ethnically, of a uniform regardless of where they

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live? If you look at the Kurdish groups, they speak a different

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language dependent on whether they are in Turkey, Syria or Iraq?

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have a definite culture of their own. They have their own language

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with a different dialect. They are known as a different group in terms

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of music, jury. By a quite homogenous, regardless of the

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geographical to Eric -- territory - - are they quite a homogenous? Has

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their homeland got a front really? That is the question. Now do you

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think that bringing happiness to a country can really be measured in

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any meaningful way? Well, the UN is hosting a special summit called by

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the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan to discuss this. Bhutan

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believes that any economic system must take happiness into account.

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Last year, the UN adopted Bhutan's proposal to make happiness a

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development indicator, using a model from the kingdom, that

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defines the quality of life as a balance between the material and

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the spiritual. One survey actually ranked the Bhutanese as the

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"happiest" people in Asia, even though their average income is just

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over $100 a month. Jeffrey Sachs is currently an economist at Columbia

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University. He's also seeking to become president of the World Bank.

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And he joins us now from the Happiness and Wellbeing Summit at

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the UN in New York. Can governments really measure an individual or a

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nation's happiness in any meaningful way that works for

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economists? You s, they can. And many are already doing so -- yes

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they can. Many global surveys do exactly that, they ask people in

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different ways if they are happy. Were you happy yesterday? Or in a

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somewhat different manner, how do you evaluate your life? Are you

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satisfied with your life, all things considered? How do you feel

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your life is going? So there are different types of happiness. There

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is the mood, emotions, the ups and downs of the everyday. There is the

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evaluative happiness and then the sense of purpose in happiness which

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Aristotle put a virtue one. All of these things can be measured and

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are being measured, and a tremendous amount is being learned

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from the measurements. In terms of economics and economic development,

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is there a link between how productive a country might be,

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depending on how happy its people are? If you look at China, they

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should be pretty happy, because they are productive. Well, in

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general, there is a relationship that higher incomes are associated

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with more happiness, but income is by no means the main determinant or

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even a powerful determinant of overall happiness. Some poorer

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countries have rank very high. The United States has had the

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unfortunate reality of going 50 years since 1960 travelling the

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gross national product per-person but having no movement of the

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needle of happiness -- troubling. Income counts, but it isn't

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everything. Public health also counts. There are social support

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systems that can. What counts our trust in your government and

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individuals in the community, and the resilience he of the community.

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All of these factors have been demonstrated to play a major role

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in how people feel about their lives, and governments can do

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something about it. You have worked for many years with impoverished

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communities around the world. Do you say that money is not

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everything, go and be happy even if you are poor? You can't say that,

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can you? Of course one does not say that. A low levels of income, the

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need for basic needs is absolutely the life-and-death issue and is a

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crucial source of happiness. Money counts a lot for very poor people,

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but once the high incomes are reached, other things count. Even

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along the path of development it is possible to have a more balanced

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approach when it takes into account community, social support, mental

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health and the honesty of government. They all play a very

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important role. Very quickly, are you happy, Jeffrey? I am extremely

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happy and very pleased that the world is taking up this issue in a

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very realistic way today. Ending with a smile, thank you very much.

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It's put a smile on my face as well. Damien Hirst is often seen as the

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enfant terrible of contemporary British art. Loved and loathed in

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equal measure, the Tate Modern Gallery in London is staging the

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first major survey show of his work in the UK. Surprising perhaps for

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the artist who, for the past 20 years or so, has so often been in

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the headlines, whether it's over his pickled shark, rotting cow's

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head or diamond encrusted skull. Our Arts Editor Will Gompertz has

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Damien Hirst in front of the art work that made him famous, and

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shaped his image as the bad boy of British art. But that was more than

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20 years ago. Today, he has grown up and has grey hairs and is during

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a career retrospective at Tate Modern. A greatest-hits show of

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spot paintings and dead animals in formaldehyde. People have to go,

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well! I hate art that you have to think about. I like art that grabs

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you, like in the National History Museum -- Natural History Museum.

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What is the difference between your work and a piece not in a museum?

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Any thing done well his art. Somebody once said to me, how do

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you know it is art? Is it in an art gallery? In 2008, Damien Hirst

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bought these pieces and many others to Sotheby's for an unprecedented

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auction of new works by living artists. It turned out to be a

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momentous occasion. He ended up taking away over �100 million.

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Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, the Leman brothers were

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in the process of going bust. pushing the point too far to say

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that making money is part of your We all need money to survive and

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you have to respect money because there are so many people without it.

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I became aware that she can definitely use money to get

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people's attention. After I did my auction at Sotheby's I started to

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get notice on the street by businessmen. Behind the scenes, you

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are a generous man who supports a lot of artists, but your public

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image is that you were a money- grabbing show off? Really? Really!

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I think the image is important to who you are. I don't see it as an

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image, it is what I represent. I would rather I wasn't just a money-

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grabbing show of underneath. Damien Hirst told me it was strange having

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a retrospective. And becoming part of the Establishment. In my mind, I

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always thought I wanted to be upon. I wanted young think -- kids to

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think I am called, stupid things like that. In the end you become

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like an old fart. He's not still doing those animals in formaldehyde,

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EC? That sort of thing. Damien Hirst said he was not the sort to

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look back at his work. He prefers to look to the future and what he

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sees as infinite possibilities. Which has always been his approach

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A reminder of our main news: The Argentine President has reaffirmed

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her country's claim to the Falkland Islands during a ceremony to mark

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the 30th anniversary of the start of the Falklands war with Britain.

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Well that's all from the programme. Next the weather. But for now from

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me Zeinab Badawi and the rest of Hello there. Yes, the rumours are

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true. After a mild weather, things are turning to snow. An ample

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warning for tonight across the northern half of Scotland for heavy

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snowfall as we head through the night. This weather front brings a

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band of rain and the heavier it gets interacting with the cold it

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will steadily turn to cold. Five or 10 centimetres away from the

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immediate coast across northern Scotland, and later in the night

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through the borders, and through the northern hills of England. To

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up to five centimetres in the four cars. In the south, dry and mild,

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but further north the temperatures fall away and it is likely to be I

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see as well as Meli. Tomorrow, strong, biting winds across the

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northern areas but in the south it turns cloudy and wet. As the

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weather moves into southern England, the Midlands, we will see the cloud

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feeling in and it will hold on to double-digit temperatures. Highs of

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only five or six degrees in Scotland tomorrow. Snow falling

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across the hills of northern England as we head through Tuesday

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evening with strong winds, and we could see blizzard conditions. The

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