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

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pro-democracy activist al-Khawaja is to be re-tried. His wife says

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he's at danger of dying from his hunger-strike and he must be freed.

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He was telling me that his hunger strike is not for negotiation and

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he is not going to stop until he is three. -- free. Could the case of

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this prominent Chinese activist cast a shadow over this week's top-

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level talks between Washington and Beijing? A former Libyan oil

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minster is found dead in the River Danube, police say he drowned, but

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they don't know if foul play was involved. Also coming up in the

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programme: As Greece prepares for elections this week... Is the

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country heading for unchartered waters and maybe a journey out of

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the Euro? The largest ever exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci's

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drawings of the human body is on Hello and welcome. There's to be a

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re-trial of Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, the activist jailed for leading

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last year's pro-democracy protests in Bahrain. He and 20 others were

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convicted by military court last year. Now their cases will be heard

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in a civil court. But his wife has spoken out. She says there won't be

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any difference between the types of trial. And she is calling for her

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husband to be freed. AND she says he will continue his hunger strike,

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despite the re-trial. The BBC's Frank Gardner reports from Manama.

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A small show of support in court today for Bahrain's jailed

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activists. The most prominent has been on hunger strike since

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February. Today's ruling means he will now remain in custody for a

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civil trial. His wife says he could remain in court for one year. What

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will make him stop his hunger strike? Being freed. I spoke to

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them yesterday and he was telling me that his hunger strike is not

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for negotiation. He is not going to stop until he is free. Either by

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death or by coming out of jail. I think the Government is

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assassinating my husband in a very slow and painful way.

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allegation that the Government intends any harm to this man is

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untrue. He is given access 24 hours birthday to the best medical

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attention. He has been visited regularly by ambassadors and his

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family. At weekly prayers in this Sunni mosque there was condemnation

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of the anti-government protest that had turned violent. We find little

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sympathy here for those who clashed with police or the jailed hunger

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striker. Led 10 died. There are other prisoners who have hunger and

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no one cares about them. Why should we care about them. Let them die.

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They Shia movement are demanding more rides from the monarchy. In

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these districts he is a popular hero. He is appealing for a Germans

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will stop for a human rights. There followed he is a popular man and we

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will fight for him as he is fighting them. He is not alone.

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This is one of the regular organised anti-government protests

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that take place almost every week here in Bahrain. The problem starts

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when most of these peaceful protesters call warm-up. Then

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masked activists come out on the street and clash with police. We

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witnessed the beginnings of that sort of trouble. These the recent

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pictures of clashes could be from almost any night of the week. What

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does the man brought you to improve policing think? You can go out

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today and find trouble. No one has denied that. The vast majority are

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peaceful and most people know that. In much of the country, life and

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business goes on but until issues of human rights and sharing power

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is resolved violence will always lurk beneath the surface. Dr Ala'a

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Shehabi is a Bahraini pro-democracy activist and a founding member of

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Bahrain Watch, an advocacy group. I understand that your father is

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based in London but he was one of the people found guilty of trying

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to overthrow the Government in Bahrain. He is going to be getting

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a retrial as well. Is this something that you welcome? I think

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it is a travesty of justice. The man in jail has been on hunger

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strike for 80 days and only yesterday we found he was drugged

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and force-fed against his will. He has always stated that his hunger

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strike is for freedom or death. The Government now has chosen not to

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offer him his freedom. It is important to note that to be judged

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in the trial had the judice direction to find him innocent of

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the charges today but he decided to go back to square one and start

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again. At least he is having hour week trial along with all the

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others in a civil court. Surely you must welcome that? It was a

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civilian court today and again the judge could have looked at the

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evidence which has been baseless in terms of providing anything to

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substantiate the claims. Free into the instantly or nothing else will

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do? He is about to die, he is in a critical condition. But he is on a

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hunger strike and they are force- feeding him so that he does not die.

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But that amount to torture because it is against his will. He has

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always been a proponent of peaceful activism, the charges against them

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are baseless and he is -- has only called for the peaceful the removal

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of dictatorship in Bahrain. That is what supporters like you say but

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our correspondent says there are many in Bahrain who do not support

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the man in jail and say he has long -- strong links with Iran and wants

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to bring in an unpopular Government to Bahrain. That is the political

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due on his situation. The human rights situation in terms of his

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right to a fair trial, in terms of them being subjected to torture and

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been allowed to defend himself in a court of blog has been documented

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by human rights Watch, observers who attended the military trial,

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they find these pieces of evidence to be baseless. It is not the fact,

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opinions can defer, but the right of best man is a incontestable.

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Thank you for coming in the studio to talk to us. It was meant to be a

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chance to discuss global economics and foreign affairs. But as the US

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Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, prepares to visit Beijing, it looks

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like her stay will be overshadowed by the fate of the Chinese legal

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activist Chen Guangcheng. It's thought Mr Chen is now under US

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protection in Beijing after escaping house arrest imposed by

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the Chinese authorities. The circumstances surrounding his

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escape last week are still unclear. Our correspondent Martin Patience

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has been to Mr Chen's home in the province of Shandong. Ever since

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the blind activist fled there has been growing concern about the fate

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of family members and friends. When we tried to enter the village we

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were stopped from doing so by a group of men. We asked why not and

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one said ball away, go away. We also asked if family members were

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inside the village and he also said he did not know, and go away, go

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away. The village remains heavily guarded. This case comes at a

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hugely sensitive time for America and China. The two countries are

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set to hold high-level talks and Hillary Clinton as Secretary of

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State is expected to attend. According to friends of Mr 10 he is

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in America. Under protection from the State. Whatever happens it

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could affect relations between the two countries. -- Mr Chen. So Mr

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Chen's case is coming at a very delicate time just ahead of Mrs

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Clinton's visit to Beijing on Wednesday. I'm joined now by

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Kenneth Lieberthal who is a China specialist and was a senior

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director for Asia on the US National Security Council in the

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Clinton administration: Can you tell us what you think Hillary

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Clinton should be doing? Should she raised this issue and should she do

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it in an open way or diplomatically and behind-the-scenes? The US

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approach is clear -- approach. We like to keep things behind the

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scenes. The State Department are talking with their Chinese

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counterparts, trying to work out how to resolve this issue. I hope

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that when Secretary Clinton gets to talk about it there will be

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something already agreed at least in principle. Let's keep in mind

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that we have at very big, serious and full agenda with the Chinese

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investor upcoming dialogue. It would be at very adverse

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development to have this particular issue of one man overshadow issues

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of the North Korean nuclear test, Iran and so forth. You say that

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then what do you make of these rumours and unsubstantiated reports

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that Mr Chen is perhaps being given protection at the US embassy in

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Beijing and he might be offered safe passage out of the country and

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exile in the United States? Let's keep in mind that this man is

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seeking to remain in China but have the national level Government in

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China investigate what has happened to them in one province. I

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personally think that is not likely to occur. It is politically very

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difficult. The second best option would be to have him and his family

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safely leave the country. If that is the only option available to

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them I hope he will take that. I am confident the US embassy will not

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turn him out without an agreement with the Chinese that the man

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himself finds satisfactory and efficient for him to remain in

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China. Otherwise we will try to get him out of the country. Looking at

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the US and Chinese relations, it is a very delicate time. For instance,

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this question about whether the US will supply eight Taiwan with arms

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has come at a very inconvenient time. How critical do you think the

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situation is diplomatically between the two countries? We have an

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enormously important bilateral and global agenda. The strategic and

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economic dialogue recognises that reality. These things like a

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dissident incident coming up, there is no way to control when the a car.

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They always a car at an inconvenient time. -- occur. The

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question is can we handle this in a way that enables us to pay

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attention to this man but also allows us to move forward to

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regional and global concerns. you very much. Now a look at some

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other news. Several European leaders have cancelled visits to

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the Ukraine over growing concern of the mistreatment of a jailed

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opposition leader. There were also calls for an boycott of the 2012

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Football Championships. This women was allegedly beaten up and is

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reportedly on hunger strike over her mistreatment. She was convicted

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of abuse of office. At least nine people have been killed by

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explosions in as Zairean city. Reports say three large bombs went

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off. State media reported that about 100 people were injured. At

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very has capsized in north-eastern India with 300 people on board. 68

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people have drowned and 150 are missing. It was in a remote area.

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Here, David Cameron says he has seen no evidence that the Culture

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Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, acted improperly in his handling of news

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corpse proposed takeover of the broadcaster BSkyB. Mr Cameron was

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to make a statement in the House of Commons on the affair. He says it

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is not necessary to order an inquiry into whether Mr Hunt broke

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Look at the meetings Tony Blair and Gordon Brown had with Rupert

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Murdoch when they were prime minister. Blair, seven, Brown, 13,

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me, four. One year ago he became one of the most high-profile

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defectors from Colonel Gaddafi's government in Libya. But on Sunday,

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Shukri Ghanem - the country's former oil minister - was found

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drowned in the river Danube in Vienna. Quite what happened to Mr

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Ghanem is still far from clear, as Bethany Bell reports from the

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Austrian capital. Shukri Ghanem was found here, dead

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in the water. A police post mortem says he drowned. His body was fully

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clothed and had not been in the water along. The police say the

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body showed no signs of violence and have found no evidence to

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suggest suicide. They are still waiting for the results of

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toxicology report which is due in a few days. TRANSLATION: We cannot

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exclude he suffered from an illness and this was why he fell into the

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River Danube but it is under investigation.

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The Shukri Ghanem was once Prime Minister of Libya and the head of

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the oil company. He was close to Colonel Gaddafi. But he defected

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last year during the uprising that toppled his former leader.

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situation is unbearable, we cannot continue working and therefore I

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left the country and I decided also to leave my job. And I would join

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the choice of the Libyan youth to create a modern constitution.

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returned to Vienna where he used to work, the oil cartel Opec and where

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his family had a home not far from the Danube river. At the moment,

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police say they have nothing to suggest he was murdered or

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committed suicide. They want find out how he drowned in the river.

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The investigation continues. Extra immigration officers have

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been drafted in to deal with long delays at the UK's biggest airport,

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London Heathrow. Concern is mounting that they could get worse

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as the Olympics approach. A border agency employee has told the BBC

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that staff shortages are affecting security checks but government

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ministers insist security remains paramount. Tom Symonds reports.

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Smile! They would believe me. Welcome to Britain. Passport,

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please. Last week, it was taking passengers said to Allah's plus to

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hear those words. When one traveller made it through, this was

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the reaction. APPLAUSE. Darren a ride in the UK on Thursday.

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His experience was typical. I have never seen it so busy. They accuse

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before passport control. It was ridiculous. This he threw board

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officer who is enormous said a handful of staff are coping with

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hundreds of passengers. We swipe the passport, take the Prince and

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ask the minimum questions and let them in. It is quicker to stump

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somebody than examine them. Dealing with a queue is the priority for

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frontline officers. Over and above making sure this person is doing

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what they say they're doing. Leaked figures suggest there waiting

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target for non-European passengers was breached on all but two days in

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the first half of April. The target is 45 minutes. In the Commons, the

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minister said the keys were shorter than claims. The longest killing

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time was 1.5 hours on Friday at Terminal 5 for non EU nationals and

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for UK nationals lower. These times are too long. A passengers demand

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an efficient service and the British public demand tough border

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controls. We need both. Labour blamed government incompetence and

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lack of staff. There's no doubt the queues are resulting in angry

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passengers but are they also affecting the way passport control

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of this is do their jobs? According to figures leaked to the BBC, the

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number of forged documents detected is falling. I 26% in February.

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there a link between the staff on duty and the fall in the rate of

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detection of forged documents? There's no question in my opinion

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and my colleagues but the fall in detection of forged documents is

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directly related to the lack of available staff. The Home Office

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says better checks abroad and the use of biometric passports has

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reduced fraud. The plan is to draft in more officers, 400 a week before

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the Olympics. While much attention has been focused on the

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presidential election in France - there's another crucial electoral

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battle looming in Europe. Greece holds parliamentary elections this

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weekend - the most critical in decades as the country struggles

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with massive upheaval. According to the latest opinion polls, the two

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main parties in the governing coalition may lose their majority.

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And a record number of fringe parties, who are opposed to the

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terms of the EU bailout - may win seats in parliament for the first

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time. Our Europe correspondent Matthew Price has been exploring

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The Peloponnese weather gods of Greek myth and legend once played.

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And what today we found Angelopoulos waiting for better

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times after five years of recession and continuing government cuts. Do

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you think Greece should carry on cutting in the way Brussels is

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asking? They have to stop, he told me, there will be trouble. People

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have no more to give. Despite the very obvious beauty, there are docs

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storm clouds on the horizon. A large number of people are expected

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to vote for parties that want to turn their back on the Brussels

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imposed austerity and if that does happen, there are those who fear

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this country could be charting a different course, one that takes it

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out of the euro with all the massive implications for this

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Continent that would bring. Winding away around the country and you

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find exhaustion, Greece is defeated. Crumbling. And that is changing

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politics. The same old faces have governed here for decades. In the

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local council, they know the main parties we pushed through the cuts

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were now lose support. But the new mayor, an independent, doesn't

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believe anyone has the vision to save the country. Now the plan is

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to win elections. A 15 day plan, we want to plan for the next 15 years.

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We do not have anything yet. What they need is growth. But the orange

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groves are about the only place you find that right now. The some

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voters, the only option is for the next government to renegotiate

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Greece's bail out with Europe's leaders. We have to say to them, we

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don't have the money to pay, I think they will understand. But in

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the end if they did believe this, I think we have to leave Europe.

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Which direction will Greece take? Like much of Europe, there's a

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growing sense that austerity is making things worse. There may not

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be can't for much longer. -- can harm. The largest ever

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exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings of the human body go on

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display in Buckingham Palace this week. Da Vinci has long been

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recognised as a great artist but he was also a pioneer in the study of

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anatomy, dissecting the corpses of executed criminals or the destitute.

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Our medical correspondent, Fergus Walsh, reports.

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The artist as an anatomist. Across nearly 90 drawings, Leonardo da

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Vinci depicts the human body in astonishing detail. Using his skill

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as an architect and engineer, three-dimensional structures are

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revealed with extraordinary clarity. It is the biggest ever exhibition

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of its kind, but is it art or science? They are scientific papers.

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They are not works of art and he didn't conceive than as that. We

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find them beautiful and fascinating and so one and they are expressions

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of the human spirit that match art, but it is not art, it is science.

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Leonardo injected wax into the cavities of the brain to draw it

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more accurately and he created a glass model of the aortic valve so

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he could experiment how blood flowed through the heart. These

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drawings were made in Florence in 1507, following Leonardo's

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dissection of a 100 year-old man. They contain the first clear

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descriptions of narrowing of the arteries and cirrhosis of the liver.

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This museum in London contains thousands of anatomy specimens

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collected in the 18th century. By this stage, Leonardo's drawings

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were still unpublished and would remain so for another 200 years.

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But even today, anatomists say that some of the studies, such as these

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hands, using layers to build up the bone, muscle and tendons, are as

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accurate as any modern depiction. This idea of looking in layers is

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what we can now do with modern technology. So he predated and

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anticipated what we are doing 500 years later. Leonardo produced the

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first accurate depiction of the spine. Again, compare it with a

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modern-day medical image. In anatomy, as in so many fields, he

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was a genius far ahead of his time, showing a thirst for knowledge and

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The extraordinary drawings. One World Trade Center - the tower

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which replaces the buildings destroyed on September 11th 2001 -

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can now claim to be New York City's tallest skyscraper. The final steel

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columns are put in place that make it more than three hundred and

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eighty one metres high. That's just higher than the roof of the

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observation deck on the Empire State Building. The building also

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known as Freedom Tower isn't expected to reach its full height

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for at least another year. It should then be the tallest building

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in the US, and the third tallest in the world. A reminder of our main

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news. A court in Bahrain has ordered a retrial in the case of a

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hunger striker who was jailed for leading last year's pro-democracy

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protests in Bahrain. That is all Hello, for many of us it was dry

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with some sunshine. Tomorrow, more rain, particularly across areas

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where we saw the weekend flooding. Southern England and South Wales.

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It is due to weather fronts moving up across the channel through the

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day. In the north, high-pressure so it will be dry with clear spells

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across Northern Ireland and Scotland to begin. Misty and murky

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around the Murray of Firth. The cloud will increase with rain in

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the afternoon. Temperatures struggling on the east coast

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towards Lincolnshire. Just ten degrees. It becomes dry and bright

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in the South East as temperatures climb. Still cloudy and damp across

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the south-east -- south-west with temperatures around 14. A grey and

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wet afternoon across Wales. The heaviest rain moving across the

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North. Northern Ireland stays fine and dry with sunny spells. A

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blustering breeze from the north- east. Temperatures around 13.

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Temperatures climbing into the mid- to high teens across Scotland

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