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This is BBC World News Today. A new wave of discontent in Egypt,

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as a group of young women are imprisoned for 11 years, for

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protesting in support of Mohamed Morsi.

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Muslim Brotherhood supporters take to the streets to denounce the

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verdict. One demonstrator is killed in clashes with security forces.

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Lots to chew over at dinner for EU leaders at a summit that should have

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seen a new trade deal signed with Ukraine.

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Also coming up. The case of the celebrity chef, her millionaire

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former husband, and allegations their staff defrauded them of

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hundreds of thousands. And are we in for a spectacle from

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space? A Comet is due to come close to the sun, as we go on air.

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Hello and welcome. Muslim Brotherhood supporters have been

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taking to the streets again, in Egypt, this time they are angry at

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the heavy Spences imposed on 21 female supporters of the ousted

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President Mohamed Morsi. They received prison sentences of 11

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year, among the group are seven teenagers under the age of 18. They

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are being sent to a juvenile prisonful they were arrested for

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taking part in an early morning demonstration last month.

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-- prison. Back on the streets of Cairo,

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supporters of Egypt's ousted President more Morsi and security

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forces armed with teargas and water cannon. The protest come in defiance

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of a new law restricking demonstrations.

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And this was the cat list for the latest burst of anger. 21 women

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found guilty of charge, including sabotage, inciting violence and

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holding demonstration, among them 15 and 16-year-olds who will stay in

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detention until their 18th birthdays, the rest face jail terms

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of 11 years, they Morsi supporters and took part in a demonstration

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last month. One family said their daughter was passing by on her way

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to school. -- they are. Outside the court room

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other Morsi supporters vented their fury, chanting that the police were

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thugs. Human rights are groups have criticised heavy prison sentences.

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The court's decision came days after a new law came into force, requiring

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demonstrators to give three days notice of any protest of more than

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ten people. Some here say the arrest of the

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women in Alexandria was meant as a deterrent.

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This woman says she was dragged, beaten up and detained overnight by

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police. With the women who were arrested, it

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is a reputation of repetition of use. The laws restricting

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demonstrations have been criticised by the US and the UN Human Rights

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Commissioner. Egypt's been gripped by near daily protest since the coup

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that ousted President Morsi in July. The interim Government says it is

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not against peaceful action, the demonstrators say with permission or

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not, they will continue making their voices heard.

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Let us talk more about this, joining us live from Oxford is the Egyptian

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journalist, who was herself beaten and sexually assaulted by riot

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police two years ago in Egypt and briefly detained the the

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pro-democracy protest. So regardless of where you stand in the political

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argument, in Egypt, these sentences, particularly against the teenager,

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some as young as 15, seem to be pretty harsh. Yes, these sentences

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are outrageous, the Egyptian regime is making it very clear, that it

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wants to terrorise us out of our right to protest. This is not what

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the revolution is about. The head of the military intelligence when the

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revolution began is head of the country, and if a general is

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frightened by the sight of teenage girls carrying balloons, exercising

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their right fro test, then it must make you wonder what kind of hold he

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has over the country. We also, I want to stress that the sentences

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are outrageous not just because they are against girls and women, but

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because they are unjust. Our judiciary is not independent and it

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follows a long and shameful tradition of handing out sentences

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that please the regime. These sentences, of course, occur inside,

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with the passing of this law, restricting the right for people in

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Egypt to demonstrate, you have to get permission from the police to do

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so. Absolutely. The day before these verdicts were handed out to these

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young women, a group of activist, a group of revolutionary activists who

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have nothing to do with the Muslim Brotherhood, so this isn't just

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about the Muslim Brotherhood, and their rivalry, with the general, but

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a group of activists were arrested and very violently beaten and

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sexually assaulted and detail Tained this is the general's regime telling

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all Egyptian, regardsless of what side you are on, you we are not

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going to brook any kind of opposition s when our revolution

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began, we made it very clear, that this was a revolution to end

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military truth as well as dictatorship. I supported the

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overthrow of Morsi but I do not support turning the general into our

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next dictator. Do you believe that now the authorities have

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demonstrated their resolve in look locking people up, even as young as

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15, that these girls could perhaps be released on appeal, or they are

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not likely to serve out their full sentence, are they? Well, you know,

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clear will I what the regime is trying to do is terrorise and put

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people off going out on protest, because just two weeks' ago, another

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group of Muslim Brotherhood supporters, university students,

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were given 17 years in jail. These are young men in their early 20, 17

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years in jail! So they are trying to use it as a very heavy-handed

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deterrent against protest. I would like to see all of these sentences

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overturned. These young people have a right to protest. Anyone in Egypt

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should have a right to peacefully protest. As they are making clear,

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this is not Mubarak's Egypt. When it was the military Junta that took

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over, or the general, they all seem to think they can walk into

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Mubarak's shoes and lead an unchanged Egypt. Egypt has changed

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forever and we will not allow a dictatorship. To end on this point,

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the fact of the matter is nevertheless a very powerful eimage

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merging from Egypt, young women playing a important role in this

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phase of transition. That is a positive message This is absolutely

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positive. Especially considered the Muslim Brotherhood during the

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revolution when we were overthrowing Mubarak were telling women not to

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protest. Now even Muslim Brotherhood girls and women are protesting shows

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that Egyptian women have changed forever and we will not be

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terrorised out of public space. Thank you very much indeed.

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Now, international tension has been growing over a small stretch of the

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east China sea. It includes territories claimed by Japan, China

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and South Korea and was included by Beijing in a so-called air defence

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zone. China insists all planes transiting

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the area must submit a flight plan in adds vans. In the latest

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development Japan and South Korea have flown aeroplanesly the the area

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unannounced. -- aeroplanes. Two days after the

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United States announced it had flown unarmed B 5 if bombers through the

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zone, more defiance of Beijing. Japan and South Korea now say they

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have flown military aircraft through the zone, Tokyo insists it is just

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TRANSLATION: TRANSLATION: . Since China created

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this airspace defence zone, we have continued our surveillance

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activities as before in the east China sea, including in the zone.

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The new Chinese zone covers these disputed islands in the east China

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sea. And it dramatically overlaps an existing Japanese zone. That is part

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of the reason why the Chinese move has raised the diplomatic

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temperature over these tiny contested specks of land. But also

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because there are multiple maritime disputes where China has appeared

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assertive of late. Just now, sailing through the Taiwan

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strait on the way to South China Sea perhaps the most tangible similar

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billion of its ambition, its first aircraft carrier. This is a carrier

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capability still in the making. This is a real carrier cape bill,

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the US George Washington, seen on disaster leaf duty in the

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Philippines, now on nan noofrs off southern Japan. The timing the

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Americans insist is cones dental. We planned it a year ago, we are ex

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compute executing it almost exactly as planned. We didn't tailor

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anything to any conditions that may have changed in the last 12 months.

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Amid all the manoeuvres, diplomatic and military, there are concerns

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that the risks of mill calculation are growing.

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Now a Russian court has granted bail to the last Greenpeace activist

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detained at sea for protesting against Arctic oil drilling. The

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other members were bailed after several weeks in jail. One has

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described her experience behind bars sawing she was so alone she

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communicated with other activists by tapping out messages on pipes.

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Just a face among the crowd, in St Petersburg, Alex Harris enjoying the

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relative freedom of bail, after two months in a Russian prison.

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And this evening in an exclusive BBC interview she recalled her first

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night in jail. One of the translators came and

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opened the hatch and explained the prison rules, and, I asked, "I need

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to speak to my mum, I really need to peek to her mum, I need to let her

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know I will be OK. It will make me feel better." She was like "I am

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sorry you, you have to put in an application: " I was like, "Hock,

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how long will it take. Maybe a few week, a few months." I just started

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crying and she shut the door and I felt so alone.

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In her Arctic prison, she spent 23 hours a day alone in her cell. And

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even during her one hour's exercise she didn't see daylight. They take

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me up the stair, and, they take me to this concrete box, it is

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disgusting. It is filthy, it is dark. It has a roof so I can't see

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the sun. And I was like "Are they kidding?

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This is my walk? " There was this radiator pipe that ran through the

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prison, and so we got out a pen or a spoon and we tapped on it. One tap

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was A and two B, three was C. Sometimes it would take ten minutes

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to say something, and someone would go sorry, please repeat. You would

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be "Oh, no." It is what kept us going. The pictures of Alex Harris

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in the dock were reminiscent of the pussy riot case two years ago. Do

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you think that should have been warning sign that activism if Russia

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was getting more risky and imprisonment was a real risk? I

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certainly knew it was definitely more risky to protest in Russia than

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it was Australia or the UK, but, I never compared myself to the Pussy

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Riot. They were protesting against the Russian regime. We were

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protesting about oil. Alex Harris hopes the case against

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her will be dropped. But for now, she still faces a charge of

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hooliganism, and a possible seven year prison sentence.

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Now, it is a cold night in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, but

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EU leaders are hoping still they can break the chin at dinner with the

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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. He is attending the

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dinner at the eastern partnership summit, despite turning his back

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under pressure from Russia on an associate deal with the EU. Five

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other former Soviet Republics are keen to sign but EU leaders are

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hoping to get Ukraine to change its mind. Our Europe correspondent is

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there at the summit in Vilnius. He joins us live. So, EU leaders hoping

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that the President will say da to the deal? Yes, it is looking a bit

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more doubtful to be honest. There have been those over the past couple

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of day, who said, well, the deal is still on the table, it is still a

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possibility, I suspect what we will get in the end is a commitment from

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both sides to continue the process, a statement saying Ukraine in the EU

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are committed, actually, to signing this association agreement. Ukraine

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and the EU. It may be there is no deal signed here and was the

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intention. If that is the case, I think it will be a disappointment

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for the EU and a disappointment clearly for those thousands of

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Ukrainians that we have seen demonstrating on the streets of eve

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and other cities -- Kiev. There has been huge pressure on Ukraine from

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Russia, there has been a different kind of pressure on Ukraine from the

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EU. Warnings from EU leaders that Ukraine is in danger of passing up a

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golden opportunity for economic improvement, and for democratic

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progress, but that is the point we seem to be at, that perhaps European

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appeals are going to fall short. And just outline for us, why Ukraine is

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so important for EU leaders, like America who have said to them it is

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not an either -- Angela Merkel, it is not an ideal situation, sign this

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deal? One of the reasons Ukraine is important is it right on Europe's

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borders and so particularly for EU member states in eastern Europe,

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this is part of their shared neighbourhood. Here is a big, big

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country, right in their neighbourhood, if it is seen to be

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economically backward, unstable in any way, then that is clearly bad

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news for them. If on the other hand it becomes a close trade partner,

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that is good news for their economies as well as the Ukrainian

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economy. It is part of the EU strategy of bolstering its

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neighbourhood, and Ukraine is probably the most important piece of

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that jigsaw. There may well be deals, in fact we expect there will

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be deals, at least initials rather than signed with Georgia and with

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Moldova but Ukraine was the big prize here, the one that the

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European Union was keen to get onboard. So I think, if that doesn't

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happen, it will be a disappointment and there will have to be some

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reassessment of the way European diplomacy has gone about trying to

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react -- attract Ukraine. Di not react quickly

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The fraud trial of two women employed by celebrity chef Nigella

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Lawson and her former husband Charles Saatchi has heard that they

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charged luxury holidays and designer clothes to a household credit card.

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The court heard that Mr Saatchi ended up funding credit card bills

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of $150,000 in just one month. The two winning deny the charges.

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-- women. Mr Saatchi arrived at court this

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afternoon ready to give an evidence at a trial case about fraud but in

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which details of his marriage to Nigella Lawson have emerged. They

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seemed to have a charmed existence. She is a TV chef with a cookery

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series. He is a co-founder of advertising agency Saatchi

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Saatchi, who has become a successful art collector and director. But it

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is claimed there was a culture of secrecy in their marriage. In the

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sum of this year they divorced acrimoniously after these apparat

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see photographs taken at a restaurant work published showing Mr

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Saatchi's hands around Miss Lawson's neck. Their personal

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assistants, Elisabetta Grillo and Francesco Grillo, claimed they had a

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tacit agreement with Nigella Lawson that they could spend on the credit

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card if they did not reveal her alleged use of class a and class B

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drugs to her husband. But the prosecution alleges they went on a

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four-year personal spending spree. They have admitted spending some of

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the money but deny fraud. Mr Saatchi's accountant told the court

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he did not immediately tell his boss and ex-wife he is suspicions about

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the personal assistants' expenditure because...

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Cross-examination of the accountant took so long, Mr Saatchi left court

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without having made it onto the stand. He is due to return tomorrow.

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Miss Lawson, whose TV cookery show starts a new series in America in

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the New Year, is expected to give evidence at a later date.

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Now let's bring you some of the day's of the news. The National

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Crime Agency here in Britain says that two men suspected of

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involvement in football match fixing have been charged with conspiracy to

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defraud. They are believed to be members of an international betting

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syndicate based in Singapore and part of a group of six people

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arrested this week. France is applying additional troops

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to the Central African Republic on that where a humanitarian crisis is

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unfolding. Men and equipment are in flown in and armoured vehicles are

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arriving by road from Cameroon. Scotland's First Minister has

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rejected suggestions by the Spanish Prime Minister that Scotland would

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have to apply to join the European Union from outside the organisation

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if it voted for independence in next year's referendum. The Scottish

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Government has said that EU membership would be

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straightforward, but critics argue that Spain's position undermines

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this claim. The authorities in Germany have unveiled more than 100

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additional works from an art haul believed to have been looted by the

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Nazis, discovered in Munich last year.

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The latest batch includes drawings, watercolours and Prince by giants of

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the art world, like Degas, Delacroix, Cezanne, Gauguin and

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Picasso. Syria has been in a state of

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conflict for two and a half years. The UN estimates 2500 people have

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been killed. Aid organisation says that parts of the country are so

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dangerous that people are being left without help. Despite the dangers, a

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small group of British Muslims are taking aid convoys overland to

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Syria. They are packing second-hand ambulances with aid and driving into

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the fray. Our reporter travelled with one convoy for part of the

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journey. Late night in Manchester. These

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ambulances are packed with medical supplies and food collected by

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volunteers. We have a laugh on the way because you know when you get

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there your heart will be broken anyway. But they will know somebody

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out there in the world is thinking about them. This is one of the

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number of smaller charity missions going to Syria. It is independent of

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the big aid agencies. There are five ambulances travelling more than 3000

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miles through nine countries. It is day three of the journey and we are

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in Switzerland. This is one of the pamphlets is on the convoy. It is

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packed all down this site with medical supplies. You have needles,

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doctors and boxes of painkillers. This is where four people are

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sleeping so it is very cramped. The group are all British, of South

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Asian heritage. They see it as a duty to help other Muslims like

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those in Syria. After eight days of travelling, driving in shifts,

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finally they reach the Syrian border. This is where they enter the

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war zone. The convoy heads on without us. They are about to take

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huge risks, and we could put them in further danger. First they had just

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over the border. They are filming themselves on mobile phones. Four of

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the group then pushed into Aleppo. The dangers are so severe here that

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view aid agencies are operating. This final journey takes them to the

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front line. Mustard rack we went out with one of the ambulance drivers

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and he knows the whole area. Some parts were more than hairy. We ended

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up very close to some of the front lines where there were snipers, and

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that was a very surreal feeling. To actually be in the thick of it, it

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was a little closer than I would have liked to have been. We are

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going through sniper alley... The team go through sniper lined

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streets. You are kind of going in in a slightly kamikaze fashion. Are you

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really pushing it? If it is written that I will die then that is it. But

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at the end of the day, if the world was giving what it is supposed to be

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doing, I would not have to risk by life and do this. Everyone makes it

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home safely. The convoy plans to return to Syria next month.

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You may have heard all day today astronomers and also just ordinary

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observers hoping that this could turn out to be the comet of the

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century. They have been closely watching, Dyson, which in the past

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hour or so has made it closest approach to the sun. -- Comet Ison.

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The early signs are not looking very good. But this astronomer can tell

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us much more. He is from University College London. What happened? Was

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it as spectacular as it might have been washed up this afternoon was

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very spectacular. The comet was coming in. At the last time when it

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was really getting closer to the sun, we saw the comet fading and

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then it went behind the courting disc of the camera, which masks the

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sun. But then with a telescope with no disc, with special filters, you

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could not see anything. Were you disappointed? Yes, actually. I do

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not know whether something has survived or not will stop we will

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have to wait a couple of hours to see the comet come out the other

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side. But in this case, I think the comet was a very soft material and

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vaporised. We heard it was something like throwing a snowball at the sun.

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It did not have much of a chance. It depends how compact the snowball

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is. It is a mixture of water and front substances like methane and

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ammonia. And all this is frozen. It is covered in this dust. And then

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the dust is not very rocky. It is fragmented. It will vaporise. You

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have something in your hand to show me. This is a meteorite. It is not

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exactly from a comet that it is similar. Some comets may have some

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of this material. How old is this material? This is 4500 and 66

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million years. -- 4500 and 66 million years. It is older than

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planet Earth. , keep it? -- can I keep it? What does this type of

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study tell us? This is the age of the solar system and comet like the

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one we have just been talking about come from very far away. They come

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really far away and the evaporation of this comet will us a lot about

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the origin of the solar system. I am going to keep this! Thank you very

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much. Goodbye. For many parts of the UK today, a

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grey, misty end. Tomorrow a lot of the cloud will be blown away. There

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will also be sharp shamus. The wind is picking up this evening and

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overnight. Especially across shop --

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