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

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Tributes to the Greek pensioner who killed himself outside parliament.

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The 77 year-old said he could not survive on his pension. His death

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has prompted riots in Athens will stop --. He is a hero. If it is how

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it is appears to be, then he is a hero.

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The economy moves centre stage in the French presidential elections -

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and not before time, say some. As intense fighting continues

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around Damascus, the UN Security Council backs the deadline of next

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Tuesday for Syrian forces to end their offensive.

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Also coming up in the programme: A landmark birthday for one of the

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greatest footballers, Tom Finney turns 90 today. How does the part-

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time plumber compare to the superstar players of today?

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He invented the Marshall amp - and rock music got a whole lot louder.

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We remember Jim Marshall who died today. But he also reckoned his

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amps never damaged anyone's hearing. The amount of guitarists I ate meat

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worldwide, they never said to me, pardon, what did you say?

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Hello and welcome. The deep desperation being felt by Greeks

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struggling with the country's economic crisis has now been

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defined by the actions of one pensioner. 77-year-old Dimitris

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Christoulas shot himself dead in a square opposite the Greek

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parliament in Athens. In a note he left behind, he accused the

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government of reducing his pension to nothing, leaving him unable to

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meet his debts. His death has sent demonstrators back onto the streets,

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leading to some clashes with security forces. For more on this,

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joining me from Athens is the BBC's Mark Lowen. Considerable anger and

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shock at the actions of this one pensioner?

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A lot of anger here in Athens. There is a tense atmosphere at this

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evening, riot police are already deployed braced for possible second

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evening of protest. Greece once had the lowest suicide rate in the

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European Union but that has brought to have doubled since the financial

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crisis. Still they keep coming, crowds arriving to pay their

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respects, leaving flowers and candles at the spot where a

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pensioner shot himself in broad daylight. 77 year-old Dimitris

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Christoulas, apparently despairing for his financial future. He left a

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note, I see no other solution, he said, than his dignified end so as

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not to resort to vision through rubbish bins. This is a tragic

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moment for Greek society, the only thing needed now is contemplation

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and silence. We are all heading there, today I

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got paid might Easter bonus and instead of 400 Europe, I got 180. I

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cannot manage to live on this. Dimitris Christoulas was a retired

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pharmacist. Colleagues said he could no longer afford his

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medication duty cuts to his pension. The farmers see where he used to

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work stands locked up. He should have enjoyed a comfortable

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retirement but these are the middle classes hit by punishing austerity.

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And Labour voiced admiration for his actions.

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He is a hero, it it is how it appears to be then he is the euro.

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It is not easy to do something like this. Who can do it?

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The outpouring of emotion here is in part because this case seems to

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represent a collective suffering of the Greek nation, a people whose

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social fabric is tearing apart. Suicides, homelessness all on the

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rise. And Dimitris Christoulas could yet become a rallying point

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for the anger of this country. That anger boiled over on to the streets

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last night. Protesters who had gathered for a vigil Major clashed

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with riot police. They heard petrol bombs and officers responded with

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it's done grenades and tear gas. The peer is that there could be

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further eruptions ahead. -- the fear.

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There were some minor scuffles in here next to where Dimitris

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Christoulas took his life earlier in the evening. But for the time

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being it seems relatively quiet. But passions are running high in

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Greece, elections are just around the corner, at times when the Greek

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people will vent their emotions. And the dominant emotion here at

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the moment his anger. Joining us now from Athens is

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psyhcologist Aris Violatzis, who works for a suicide hotline. The

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death of this one pensioner is going to have quite an impact on

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the Greek Psyche, isn't it? Good evening from Athens. It is

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definitely going to have an impact but let us not lose the big picture.

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This is something that I'm afraid is going to happen. Things like

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that has been going on in Greece day-in, day-out. There are many

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people who have died by suicide. Gallas Moore, the suicide rate we

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understand has gone up something like 40%. A using a kind of pattern

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among the people who are taking their lines?

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There are many more men who died by suicide, six times more of them

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then of women. Women try to die by suicide three or four more times

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higher. Is it because the male is traditionally the breadwinner in

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the family and feels unable to look after his family? That is one part

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of it. And the other part of it is that Greek men are more accustomed

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to violence, bodily pain and things like that. They have demystified

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the idea of using a gun or taking their lives because of Greek men

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joining the Army. What kind of hell do you offer people on your suicide

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hotline, what kind of problems do they come to you with? Are they

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almost now exclusively linked to the economic crisis one way or

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another? The economic crisis is greatly associated with the

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phenomenon. But there is not just one calls. -- One calls. The Greek

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social environment might now is not functioning. So the phenomenon has

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been on the rise. That is why many people have been calling us trying

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to ask for help, trying to break the isolation that they live in.

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Because all those economic difficulties make people feel

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burdened. That they are burden to others and others would be better

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off without them. And the feeling of social belonging is also

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faltering because of the economic difficulties they face.

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Another Eurozone country struggling to manage its economy is France. In

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recent weeks, President Sarkozy has largely focussed his attention on

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the threat of terrorism, an issue which helped him claw back ground

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in opinion polls. Now, just under three weeks before the first round

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of the Presidential election, Mr Sarkozy is reassuring voters that

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the economy is on his agenda. In a campaign speech, he promised to

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balance the budget and freeze French contributions to the

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European Union. And he said he didn't want France to suffer the

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same fate as what he called its European friends.

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TRANSLATION: There is not a single French person who wishes that our

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country should go through the same situation as that of Greece, or

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that Spain is going through today. We should be aware of one thing.

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Any let up on our commitments, any distancing ourselves from our

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commitments, if there is any crisis of trust, we will find ourselves in

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the same situation as that of Spain. I've been talking to Sophie Pedder,

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Bureau Chief at The Economist in Paris. She outlined for us what she

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believes are the real challenges facing the next French President.

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The paradox about France is that it faces and is going to face some of

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the most difficult questions about the future of its welfare state,

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what it can really afford especially at a time of crisis in

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the euro-zone. How it will finance pensions, child care. But these

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issues are completely absent from the campaign. It will involve

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difficult decisions for this next president, whoever is elected. It

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will be difficult and unpopular decisions in some cases. And the

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difficulty is that because they're not on the table during the

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campaign, the risk is there will be a lot of disappointment and

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incomprehension on the part of the French. They feel that these

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questions have not been discussed and therefore where are all these

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hard decisions coming from? Today they set out their stalls. Francois

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Hollande said that this is what he would do after being elected. And

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President Sarkozy has also spoken of his economic plans. Is this

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campaign and to be fought on the economy? I do not figure it is, to

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be honest. The Quested of the economy is now coming back onto the

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agenda. And there is a responsible level of debate about reducing the

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deficit on both sides. The difficulty is how they do it and

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both sides, in particular Francois Hollande, is focused on reducing

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taxes. But their cautious on public spending, cautious about having to

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get across a painful message which is to say that there will be

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spending cuts. So I do not think that that will be part of this

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campaign at all. I think where it will be fought will be more a

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question of will is the stronger leader, the more convincing present

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to take France drew the next five years. Lizard that the French

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really want to Trust as their next president. That could touch on

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economic issues but also comes down to other things such as security

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and social policy for stock --. United Nations-Arab League envoy to

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Syria, Kofi Annan, says he expects all fighting there to have stopped

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within a week. He reported "alarming levels" of casualties

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from the government's ongoing assault on rebels, despite regime

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claims of partial withdrawals from three cities. But reports from

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inside the country suggest clashes are continuing and more refugees

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have been fleeing into Turkey. Jim Muir reports from Beirut.

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Just 30 minutes' drive from Damascus city centre, shelling and

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shooting in the suburb of Douma. Just four days from the deadline

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for it to call off its crackdown, the regime seems to be pulling out

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all the stops to finish all resistants were ever it finds it.

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Activists say there is a real state of war here. Even closer to the

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city centre, a video shows large numbers of government troops. No

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sign here of the withdrawal that the Syrians say they have already

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begun. And defines to the regime continues. Protesters laid siege to

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a local government building near Damascus and tried to raise the

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rebel flag. Far away to the bourse, government forces were also in

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action attacking several towns including this one. Debtor to the

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Lord. But the third biggest city in central Syria continues to take the

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brunt of the battling. Clashes continue. Rebel fighters displayed

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tenacity. Some of them took over and National Hospital. Under the

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peace plan, rebel fighters are also supposed to stop their attacks

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within two days of the government seizing all by events next Tuesday.

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So everything depends on the government itself complying with

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that Tuesday deadline. Kofi Annan was clearly concerned at the

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continuing bloodshed. All points of the planet are

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crucial. But one his most urgent - the need for the cessation of

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violence. Clearly the violence is still continuing. Alarming levels

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of casualties and other abuses continued to be reported daily.

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Military operations and civilian operations. Rasho plays a key role

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in securing Sirin compliance and is critical of Western and Arab

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support for the opposition, especially those calling for it to

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be unarmed. TRANSLATION: even if the opposition

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is armed to the teeth there will not defeat the Syrian army and

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there will simply be slaughter and mutual destruction for many years.

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Despite the supposedly imminent peace agreement, frightened

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civilians are still fleeing across the border such as these families

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Thousands of others have fled to Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. If the

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plan fails, there may be many more to follow. Here with me in the

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studio, is the former Foreign Office Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-

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Brown, who also served as deputy to Kofi Annan when he was Secretary-

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General of the United Nations. How far do you think the Syrian

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authorities understand they would have to have the regime --

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ceasefire? They came up with the date of 10th April which is

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different. It is not an outside imposed date with no exceptions.

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This was as a result of a negotiation with Kofi Annan, it

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usually takes a day or so for the shooting to complete the stop

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because each side test each other and there are incidents. I think

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they would be surprised at this final drop deadline for fighting to

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stop. I suspect they anticipated something like that. Do you think

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they have been racing fast at the moment to try to mop up as much

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opposition strongholds as they can? Without a doubt. If you go to

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before they accepted it, it was alarming, though using negotiations

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as a cover to extend the period where they could clean up pockets

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of armed opposition. There is a deadline now which makes the days

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before it uncomfortable but as long as they implement it and meet the

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commitments it does offer a date for this phase of the conflict.

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Security Council said it would consider further steps if they do

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not abide by what I have said they will. But it's not clear what can

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be done, what is the or else? first good news is it is a UN

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security council tentatively United with Russia and China still on the

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outside. A unanimous presidential statement backing Kofi and an's

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deadline. An early and important result for the diplomacy has been

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to get Russia and China back onside. For the Syrians who look to the

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Russians as their principal ally, this is a changed again. It is less

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likely they will buck the revolution -- resolution, not

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certain because they have broken their word lots of times in the

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past. And knowing Kofi Annan, there was a great deal of resting on his

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shoulders and there was scepticism the Syrian authorities might be

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buying time by saying yes and the Turks are saying it is the only

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show in town but they are sceptical. Will he be able to see it through?

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Scepticism is the right thing to look at this win. He himself would

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describe himself as sceptical. The Syrians have a terrible track

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record of keeping their word. The opposition is fragmented and it's

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hard to know who can guarantee the opposition is going to stop

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fighting. It's a very tricky situation. But the major criticism

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being made of his plan which is it does not call for regime change and

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President Assad to sit down is unrealistic. You never start

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negotiation asking for them to step down. That is a political death

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warrant. It was why it was impossible to negotiate with

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Colonel Gaddafi or Saddam Hussein. If you get everyone around the

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table and begin negotiation that is a reasonable and after the

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civilians who have died, an inevitable end result but Passat

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will go. It is not the right place to start if you want negotiations

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to get going -- President Assad. Thank you. Now a look at some of

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the days other news: The Algerian news agency is reporting that seven

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of the country's diplomats have been abducted in northern Mali. The

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region has fallen to Tuareg led rebel groups. Algeria's Consul and

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five officials were reportedly forced to leave the diplomatic

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mission in the town of Gao by an unidentified group. The town has

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fallen to Tuareg led rebel groups who are fighting for the autonomy

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of the area. The Libyan government has insisted

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that Saif al Islam Gaddafi, the son of the country's ousted ruler will

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be tried in Libya and not handed over to the International Criminal

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Court. This follows an ICC ruling a day ago that Libya must make

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arrangements to hand him over. Saif al Islam is wanted in connection

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with the violent suppression of protests during last year's Libyan

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uprising. In France, too small fires the

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breakout of the country's nuclear reactor have been put out. Smoke

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inside the reactor triggered an automatic shutdown of installation.

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The country's utilities services say the fires are caused by hot oil

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leaking from a pump on the primary cooling circuit of the reactor.

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Ears ringing? Well, the man to blame might be Jim Marshall. The

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famous - even iconic - Marshall Amps - were his creation. Today the

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man who become known as the "Father of Loud" has died aged 88. Jim

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Marshall originally owned a music shop in London before he expanded

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his business. His amps went on to be used by most of the biggest

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names in rock including Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. Andrew

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Plant reports. His equipment would be used by the world's most famous

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musicians. Helping create some of the industry's most iconic music

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and burning Jim Marshall the nickname the father of loud. How do

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you feel when you hear people say electronically amplified sounds

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damage people's hearing? It is over exaggerated. Because the amount of

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guitarists I meet worldwide, and I meet them all, they never say,

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pardon, what did you say? His first amplifier was built in a

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small London shop in the 60s, before long it became required kit

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for a new style of sound. Making his name around the world. Born in

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West London in 1923, he began drumming during World War II but it

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was the Qatada made his name. The gunfire was popular with Jimi

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Hendrix and his iconic and a fire finding fame in This Is Spinal Tap.

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This is what we used on stage but it's very special. If you can see,

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the numbers all go to 11. Right across the board. 11, 11, 11.

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that mean it is louder? Well, it is one ladder. Jim Marshall donated

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several million to charities and received the OBE in 2003. The

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success of his amplifiers lives on, tributes have been building up on

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the internet site twitter in their thousands spanning several

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Now, one of the Grail legends of English football celebrates his

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90th birthday today. The forward, who devastated defences for Preston

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North End his entire career, also played for England 76 times,

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competing in three World Cups. But paid just �20 a week, he had to fit

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the games around his job as a plumber. With his beautiful

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dribbling skills and easy charm, at least one former team-mate insists

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the only player worthy of comparison is current Barcelona

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player Lionel Messi. So how do the legends of yesteryear compare to

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the highly paid megastars of today's global game? With me here

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in the studio is the sports watcher and commentator for the London

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It is more like the $30, I was trying to figure it out. My

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prismatic -- but arithmetic needs help. It was quite good money. It

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doesn't compare to the millions of David Beckham. But, it was good

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money in those days. Were their spin-offs where top footballers get

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big advertising contracts, there wasn't that side to it? Tom Finney

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did not benefit from that, no. And you showed a clip of him dribbling

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but it is a rare club because he played when not much of it was

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recorded. TV have not come about. YouTube was not known. A player

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like Lionel Messi who he has been compared with, you see him almost

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every day. Like Lionel Messi is a good player. Tom Finney was never

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booked. He was a player he was well behaved. And his contemporaries say

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he was the best player. He never won a medal, he got a loses FA Cup

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medal and was part of the England team that made the debut and lost

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to America, a fairly infamous match. Everybody you talk to of the era

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remembers him and says he was the best player. He had the technical

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ability, normally players are one footed, strong or the left or right,

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he started for England on the right wing and went to the left wing. He

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endlessly supplied goals including scoring goals with his head. He

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played a game where you illustrated the fact he was a plumber by trade.

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You wonder how he fitted the time to fit it in! When you look at the

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football greats, George Best in the UK, how does he sit? Most people

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say he is part of that quartet, Maradona, George Best and some

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people rate him a player who has earned greater honours, Stanley

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Matthews, higher than Stanley Matthews. People have a generation

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talk about him and now they say it Lionel Messi is the nearest to Tom

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Finney. We will be able to judge and that is the pity, you cannot

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really Gedge... It is difficult to compare different eras. The top

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story: vigils are being held in Athens after a 77-year-old shot

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himself dead outside the Greek parliament. And that is all from

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the programme. Next, the weather. The weather will take an

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increasingly cloudy issue, not just tomorrow but also much of the

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Easter period. Increasing cloud and occasional rain. High pressure in

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the mid-Atlantic with a north-west air flow and the weather front

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pushing down in the float to bring thicker cloud and outbreaks of rain.

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Patchy rain sinking star puts across Scotland and Northern

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Ireland, a few spots for the coast. Isolated spots for Norfolk but

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otherwise drive. A cold start in the south with a widespread frost

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in rural areas. It stays sunny for most of the day with patchy cloud.

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Sunny spells in southern Wales, and the Midlands, clouding over from

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the north and west with isolated spots in the afternoon. For

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Northern Ireland, a similar picture, overcast for much of the day, the

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cloud of thick enough to give light isolated showers. More general rain

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