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00 This is BBC World News Today. Iran gets a boost from an Arab

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neighbour in the gulf, just a day after an interim deal is signed

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between and world powers. The Tom of Sheikh Mohammed Bin

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Rashid Al Maktoum says it underscores the need for diplomacy

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with Iran and says doesn't believe they are building a nuclear bomb. We

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have an exclusive interview where he says sanctions against Iran should

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be lifted. Nuclear is a threat for me, if but if they are not, should

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we lift it slowly and firmly. Peace at last for Jasmine Shariff, but his

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legacy is still alive -- Ariel Sharon, he's buried.

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France's First Lady is suffering from a severe case of the blues,

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after revelations of President Hollande's affair. She may be there

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for some days to come. Want to know the secret to happy

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marriage, one answer is don't have children. We talk to the coauthor of

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a new report of how couples can make love last.

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The ruler of Dubai, one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE has

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made comments in an exclusive interview with the BBC, coming day

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after Iran signed an interim agreement with the permanent members

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of the Security Council and Germany, known as the P five plus one. The

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deal which lasts six months, takes effect on the 20th of January. It

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means Iran will have to implement significant constraints on its

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nuclear programme and allow inspectors daily access to its

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enrichment facilities. In return Tehran will receive more than $4

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billion in cash from frozen assets and the relaxation of a limited

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number of sanctions. The Iranian Foreign Minister spoke to the BBC

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about the deal. I believe that the agreement that we reached in Geneva

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is the beginning of a long and difficult road in order to address

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this issue and in the process create a bit of confidence, particularly in

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Iran because there is a very serious issue with the west in Iran, our

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people believe our peaceful nuclear programme has been dealt with in a

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totally unfounded way. That was Iran's Foreign Minister. Well one

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regional voice, backing the lifting of sanctions against Iran, as we

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said, is the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He

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rarely gives interviews, but with Dubai hosting Expo 2020, and signs

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its economy is rebounding strongly after the global financial crisis he

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spoke exclusively to my colleague. Very nice to meet you, thank you

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very much indeed for seeing us. Welcome to Dubai. This is Dubai as

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you probably don't imagine it, but it is where it all started. Because

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this is where Sheikh Mohammed was born and grew up. No electricity in

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the city when I was born, only this lamp things. And no water. We then

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went inside and he showed me the family album. This is also my

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grandfather. And that's my grandfather.

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And this is Dubai as you probably do know it. Brash, bright, big. Sheikh

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Mohammed drove me himself out of the city to his desert hideaway, where

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he spoke about the state of the world. Progress has been made in the

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talks about giving access to Iran's nuclear facilities. Do you believe

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the time is now right to lift sanctions against Iran? I think so,

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to give Iran space, you know, really if Iran is our neighbour and we

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don't want any problems and they don't have any problems, but if the

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peace, you know, and the agreement with the Americans and the Americans

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agree and lift the sanctions, everybody will benefit. With Ariel

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Sharon being buried today, he looked forward to the benefits of a peace

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deal between Israelis and Palestinians and what it would

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bring. After the peace process we will do everything with Israel, we

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will trade with them and we will welcome them and everything. But

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sign the peace process. Shakespeare mum is proud of his Bedouin roots

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and he loves these hunting birds. He has an eye on keeping Dubai as an

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economic powerhouse, after its flirtation with danger during the

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economic downturn. As we reported earlier the Iranian

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Foreign Minister was speaking at a press conference in Beirut, our

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correspondent was there. You actually put a question to the

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Foreign Minister. He's very, very keen on the back of this interim

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deal signed at the weekend to ensure those sanctions are lifted. No doubt

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he would welcome strongly those comments from Sheikh Mohammed? I

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think he would. In fact he has been to Dubai and he has quite a good

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relationship there, knows the people in Dubai especially are just waiting

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for the starting signal to go to resume trading on a big scale. They

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have a huge interest. There are many Iranians living in Dubai or people

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of Iranian stock, there is a huge amount of traffic normally between

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Dubai and especially the offshore duty-free islands on the Iranian

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side of the gulf. So I mean there is a huge interest there in having this

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abnormal situation lifted. So Sheikh Mohammed was absolutely clear that

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he would very much like to see it lifted and it is a kind of rather

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ano mam Luis situation, where -- anomolus situation. Although the

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Gulf states act as one, they have very different agendas, Dubai would

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like to move very swiftly on restoring proper relations with

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Iran, the Saudis and perhaps others like Qatar, who are much more

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dedicated to the downfall of Bashar Al-Assad in Syria, of course Iran is

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very much involved with him. They have got quite a different kind of

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song sheet that they are singing from. So the difference is, at the

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end of the day, they kind of pull together but they have distinctly

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different orientations. Precisely because of that do you suppose there

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might be any fall-out for Sheikh Mohammed, given the comments are

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being seized on now? I doubt it very much, I don't think we are going to

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see Saudi tanks rumbling into Dubai or anything like that. I think these

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things are sorted out behind closed doors. Because the nuclear agreement

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seems to be well under way, it is supposed to start actual

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implementation a week from now and then various tranches of money or

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frozen funds will be released to Iran, amounting eventually to

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billions. That process is under way. In a sense he is leading the way,

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but the Saudis aren't that far behind. I suspect in the coming

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weeks and months we may see a bit of a thaw between Tehran and Riyadh,

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the Saudi capital. The former Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel

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Sharon, was finally laid to rest today, he died on Saturday after

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being in a coma for eight years. Israeli and world figures paid

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tribute to Mr Sharon at a memorial service. He was a towering presence

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on the political stage, but derided by Arabs as much. With prayers and

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tributes outside parliament, Israel and its friends said a final

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farewell to Ariel Sharon, eight years to the month after a stroke

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removed him from power. Binyamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister, said

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Sharon would go down in history as one of Israel's greatest military

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leaders, who restored a lost legacy of Jewish bravery. To Ariel Sharon's

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sons and grandchildren, Joe Biden, the US Vice President said Sharon's

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passing felt like a death in the family to many Americans, even

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though at times he had profound differences with American leaders.

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From my observations he was a complex man, but to understand him

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better I think it is important that history will judge, he also lived in

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complex times. In a very complex neighbourhood. The coffin was taken

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away to be buried at the Sharon family farm in southern Israel.

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Ariel Sharon is as controversial in death as he was in life, for many

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Israelis it was his military qualities, his strength and his

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capacity for ruthlessness which made him a desirable Prime Minister at

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the time that he was elected. Ariel Sharon owned a house in the old city

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of Jerusalem, where most residents are Palestinians. For many years he

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led the drive to settle Jews in the Occupied Territories. Jewish

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settlers who live here in the Muslim quarter have armed security guards.

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This man, a prominent Palestinian who believes in nonviolent

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resistance to Israel, said Israelis should move on from Sharon's legacy

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He thought he could deal with Palestinians and Arabs and the rest

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of the world only through force. What Israel needs is a different

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kind of political generation. People who understand that they themselves

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will not be free as Israel is from the system of apartheid and

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occupation unless we the Palestinians are free. As a soldier,

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Ariel Sharon ignored orders if he thought his plan was more effective.

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Often it was. Many Palestinians and some human rights campaigners think

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he should have been put on trial as a war criminal. But he goes to his

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grave mourned by Israelis who felt safer when he was around. The

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tangled love life of the French President, Francois Hollande, likely

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to overshadow his press conference in Paris tomorrow. France's First

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Lady, Valerie Trierweiler, is expected to stay in hospital for the

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next few days. She was admitted last Friday after a magazine printed

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claims that President Hollande has been having an affair with an

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actress. We have more on the story. The night of the presidential

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election, centre stage Mr Hollande's girlfriend, his partner of seven

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years, Valerie Trierweiler. A journalist with a keen eye for

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politics and one who had played such a significant role in his campaign.

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And yet, she's always been kept in the background, even the kiss on the

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night was an awkward one, but of late it has been all too apparent

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the distance between them has been growing. On Friday, the First Lady

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was admitted to hospital with a severe case of the blue, said her

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staff. She's in need of rest and may be discharged later today, they

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added, before deciding what to do next. It is a mark of the cultural

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difference between Britain and France that even today the French

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media is teetering around the issue of Mr Hollande's private life. Even

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the right-wing Le Figaro talks about his big speech tomorrow and problems

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in the French economy. Make no mistake it is the silence of the

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Elysee Palace on these issues that overshadows the main agenda. Even

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the British media think there are issues. She writes for the Paris

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Match, she's described as the First Lady, and she has been office at the

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Elysee Palace. The French thinking about the ambiguous role that she

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has makes it of relevance. This President always has problems

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asserting his authority, not helped by pictures of a crash helmeted Mr

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Hollande sneaking out of a lover's apartment. Now some of the day's

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other news in brief, the interim President of the Central African

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Republic, gripped by sectarian violence, has declared that the

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period of anarchy in the country has ended. Hundreds of deserters from

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the army have been reenlisting and policemen are once again on patrol.

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Real Madrid and footballer Ronaldo has won the balancer for -- Ballon

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d'Or again. He saw off all the competition. This

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week Egyptians will vote in a referendum on a new constitution,

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the previous one, brought in under the Islamist Government a couple of

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years ago was nullified. It is the first test at the poll force the

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interim Government after the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood President

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last July . A slick production, with a stirring beat. This army video is

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drumming up support for the constitution. The military is used

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to calling the tune here, and it wants a resounding yes vote. It is a

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one-sided campaign. Plenty of yes posters and no sign of a no, people

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have been arrested for putting them up. The veteran diplomat cheered the

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committee that drafted the constitution. He said the current

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chaos imposed some limitations. I must We have everything in the

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constitution to preserve and promote democracy. But there are articles,

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and situations that need to be dealt with, bearing in mind the security

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of the state and the security of the people of the country. On the

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streets a hard sell about the benefits for the people. The

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authorities say they will get more rights and more freedom, but they

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can still be tried in military courts. This woman has more

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immediate concerns, like survival. "Shall I feed my children from the

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rubbish bin? " She asks. There is plenty of heated discussion going on

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here, this referendum is about more than adopting a new constitution.

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When Egyptians go to vote on the document, it will be the first time

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they have been to the polls since Morsi was ousted last July. For many

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this vote will also be seen as a referendum on a coup. For this woman

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the vote is all but irrelevant The. She recalls the revolution which

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seemed like a new beginning. But now Egypt has returned to the old

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handbook. Why go into a whole process of deciding on a

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constitution when actually the institution of the law itself is

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being eroded. The only thing that this constitution does is that it

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legitimises the very powerful and unquestioned position of the army in

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Egypt today. Liberals aren't the only ones unhappy with the

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constitution. There are calls for a boycott by the Muslim Brotherhood

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and its supporters. It is now classed as a terrorist group.

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Brotherhood protests continue, and the referendum may not deliver the

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stability the authorities are promising.

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Britain is getting fatter. Half the British population will be obese by

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2050 the figures estimate, but could be underestimating. Unless there is

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a significant change in habits the number of people classed as obese

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will continue to rise. Our health correspondent reports. 27 years old

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and 27 stone, Katie has battled weight problems ever since she was a

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child. She has tried diets and wait weight loss clubs but still

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struggle, she feels it is a fight she has to do on her own. I have to

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do it myself, if I don't help myself I will end up dying or have serious

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health concerns. Obesity increases the risk of conditions like

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diabetes, heart disease and stroke. The numbers seem to have plateaued

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in recent years but millions are struggling with their weight. We are

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in daily touch with clinicians around the country who aring

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disastrous levels of admissions into hospitals and clinics, not just for

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obesity by itself, but some of the conditions enbeginedered by obesity.

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It is thought 26% of adults are thought to be obese. Previous

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reports thought up to half the population could be obese, this is

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an estimate. The National Obesity Forum argues that figure could be

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opt minx. Today's report says unless there is concerted action from

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individuals, businesses and society and Government, we will be lucky if

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only half the population are obese by 2050. It goes on to add while

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there are no quick fixes there are things that could be done. For two

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years Gloria has been visiting her local GP surgery to help her manage

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they are weight. And family doctors are well placed to provide advice

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and support. We see our patients all the time arcs pregnant ladies, our

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children, I think in our conversations we should be

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encouraging patients to go down the healthy lifestyle. Recent figures

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suggest the number of overweight and obese primary school children in

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England fell for the first time in six years. Grounds for hope then.

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But the UK still faces a sizeable weight problem. Let's go to

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Tinseltown were the 71st Golden Globes have finished. The Best

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Picture is Twelve Years A Slave, and Best Director for Gravity. We have

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more on the glittering prizes from Los Angeles.

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Supposing, potting and playing to the crowd. It is the first major

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awards show of the year and the biggest names in the business were

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out in force. It was overlooked in several categories but Twelve Years

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A Slave won the night's top award. It took the film's British director

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Steve McQueen by surprise. Little bit in shock! What can I say.

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Firstly I would like to thank the whole of the foreign press. I would

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like to thank my wife, Bianca, for finding the book, Twelve Years A

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Slave, thank you darling. The space shuttle disaster film, Gravity, made

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in the UK, had four nominations but it won in only one category, for

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Best Director. A Mexican director. This is for the hundreds of people

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that made the film possible. Because of my thick accent they ended up

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doing what they thought I said not what I really said. Sandra I'm going

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to give you herpes, when I really meant was to say "Sandra I'm going

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to give you an ear piece". American Hustle won three awards for Best

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Comedy and two of its stars Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence. Other

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winners were Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club, and Leonardo di

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Caproi, named Best Actor for The Wolf of Wall Street. Martin

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Scorsese's tale of greed, strangely listed in the category for comedy. I

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never would have thought I would have won for Best Actor in a Comedy.

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Congratulations my fellow comedians, Christian Bale! It was a night when

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no movie swept the board, and the acceptance speeches went on and on.

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I just wondered can people at home hear this music or do they suddenly

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think you are getting really fast because you are having a panic

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attack, which I'm probably having. Most critics have thought the

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standard of films is higher than ever, it means it is still all to

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play for at Hollywood's most prestigious awards, the Oscar

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nominations are out on Thursday. Now what is the secret to happy

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marriage? According to a new study the answer, partly at least, is not

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to have children. Researchers from the Open University here say those

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without children have happier marriages than those who do. Nearly

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5,000 people were interviewed for the study called Enduring Love. We

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will give awe you a quick crash course from one of the co-authors of

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the research. I know we like the glittering headlines of couples

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without children being happier, it is partly true but not entirely? It

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is not entirely true. Couples without children were reporting they

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were happier in some ways. But in terms of relationship maintenance

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that may be true, but in terms of the quality of life and the things

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that they were feeling happy about more generally that isn't the case.

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The group that were reporting feeling the most relationship

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don'tment might be childless couples, but the ones -- don'tment

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might be childless couple, but the ones reporting most happiness is

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women with children. So woman who don't have children are not as happy

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as those who do have children? It is interesting, what fathers were

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saying is they are happy with their relationships and lives, what

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mothers seem to be saying is their children were giving them something

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more that was bringing them an individual sense of their worth or

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satisfaction with their life and relationship more generally. It

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certainly seems like for women, having a child is meaningful in a

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different way. And women who have children are they happier than men

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also who have children? We didn't really, looking at happiness in that

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way, it wasn't a happiness and well being study, it was more about the

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processes and practices of being in a relationship. We focussed more on

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relationship maintenance. You said relationship maintenance was easier,

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that is obvious, if you don't have children around, does it simply come

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that you have more time for each other or is it that children

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actually themselves by their presence create some difficulties in

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a relationship? The qualitative data, because we also interviewed 50

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couples as well, what was that was showing is there is definitely less

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time, but it also might be that we are not very good at recognising

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what couples are doing, which is helping a relationship to work. The

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relationship work, if you want to call it, that couples might be

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doing, might be small gestures for each other, it might be sitting and

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watching a TV together. We might think of that as a passive activity.

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Our couples were saying that is positive and affirming for their

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relationship. It is doing something together and investing in a TV

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narrative together. They have done it for 20 years watching this

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programme, it is meaningful to them, the same as doing activities, it

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might be that those with childr weren't reporting in the same way.

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They might not be doing as many things but it doesn't mean their

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quality of relationship was poorer. This was a UK study, but you have a

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bit of an idea about how couples operate outside the UK too? The

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survey itself was on-line, it was predominantly UK, but we had 1,000

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or so people take part from outside the UK. But it might be some of the

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things that are mentioned are peculiarly British, like the cup of

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tea, that doesn't necessarily translate to other cultural context,

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there may be something in those contexts that might be specific,

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something in the context of America or different countries which, is the

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symbol in the UK. When it comes to relationship management it is a

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challenge for me, I have four children Jackie. There you go. Thank

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you very much for taking us through your study. Now let's remind you of

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the main news. The path of diplomacy with Iran over its nuclear programme

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has been boosted by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of

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Dubai, one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, his commends

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in an exclusive interview with the BBC came a day after Iran signed an

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interim agreement with the permanent members of the Security Council in

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Germany. That's all from the programme, next the weather. Goodbye

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from me and the team. Good evening, quite a bit of

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sunshine across the British Isles today, a bit more tomorrow. But

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