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This is BBC World News Today with me, Philippa Thomas.

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A fast developing situation in Ukraine where the Government in

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Kiev, in the West, has begun a military operation against

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pro-Russian uprisings in the East. Ukrainian forces regain control of a

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military airfield after clashes with separatists. Area do it operation

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that has gone slower reaction from the US. -- a military operation. We

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have a series of eyewitness reports from BBC correspondents on the

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ground. I am coming in through the window. Protesters control this

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building and now are trying to reinforce the defence of the

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building. One year on from the double bombing

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of the Boston Marathon the city stops to remember the worst mass

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casualty attack on American soil since September 11th.

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Also coming up: As Oscar Pistorius finishes giving

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evidence the athlete says he was heartbroken at his girlfriend's

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death. And how to pack a Tyrannosaurus rex.

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The king of the dinosaurs hits the road for a journey 65 million years

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in the making. Hello and welcome. The city of

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Boston is marking one year since the bombing at the finish line of the

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city marathon, a double blast which killed three people and injured more

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than 260 more. A policeman was also shot dead during the manhunt which

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followed. In the last few hours, a memorial service and concert has

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taken place and as we speak, a procession is beginning at that

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finish line, a procession which will end with a moment of silence. Let's

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hear first from one of those who has paid tribute today, the Mayor of

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Boston at the time of the bombings, Thomas Menino. The first holiday

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without your daughter. The first July Fourth where the fireworks

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didn't scare you. The first step on a new leg. The first sleep without a

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nightmare. The first day when you believe that you're going to live

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your life in a way that corresponded with your dreams. Those words so

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many of us have used to describe the year of grief and recovery -

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resilience, courage and strength... Those words have even greater

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meaning now, because of what you have endured.

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Laura Trevelyan is in Washington for us now. First, just remind us of the

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enormity of what happened one year ago.

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Really the most extraordinary tragic day, one which is seared into the

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memory of this nation. It was a spring day, 23,000 people running

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the Boston Marathon. The crowds were at the finish line, ready to

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celebrate this huge achievement of all of the runners when ten seconds

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apart to different bonds, in pressure cookers, exploded. Just an

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extraordinary, out of no moment. Three people were killed, including

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an eight-year-old boy. Also a Chinese graduate student. They were

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killed in the -- and in the aftermath a police officer was

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killed. 260 people were wounded, such was the impact of these bonds.

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What happened was camera near the finish line caught on camera two

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suspects, Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and there was

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then a manhunt where the FBI released images of the two men a

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couple of days after the bombing. During the manhunt, Tamerlan

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Tsarnaev was shot and killed and eventually Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was

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captured and they manhunt gripped Boston. There was a curfew in parts

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of the city and to personalise was found underneath a keyboard 30 had

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been hiding. It was practically a paramilitary operation in downtown

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Boston. Helicopters, police, a manhunt which paralysed and gripped

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the city. All of this happened just a year ago today.

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The trial of the younger brother is still to take place.

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Yes, he has pleaded not guilty to more than 30 charges. If convicted,

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he could potentially face the death penalty. It has been an

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extraordinary series of events leading up to that and there is a

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report that Congress is considering which shows that the brothers,

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originally from Kurdistan, that the Russians had actually some

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information about Tamerlan Tsarnaev which they did not share with

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investigators, two years before the Boston Marathon bombing, when he

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came to the attention of the FBI here. They followed up with the

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Russians and they give some information but not all the

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information that they had on him. Questions are being asked is whether

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the Russians had been more forthcoming with what they knew

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about him, is it possible that investigators in this country might

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have been in a position to prevent the Boston bombings. That is a

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question nobody will know the answer to. They -- there is still not a

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very clear water. Prosecutors say that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev scrawl a

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handwritten note inside the boat. -- still not even a clear motive. Still

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the prosecutors have not time the brothers to a wider extremist

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movement. Tell us what will happen in 45

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minutes' time, at the exact moment one year later.

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There will be a moment of silence at that finish line in Boston, when the

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entire city will remember the three who died at the finish line, the

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force who died in the aftermath, the 260 who were injured. The mayor

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summed up the mood of the city when he said on Monday those who run the

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Boston Marathon will send a message to the world that we will never

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yield, America will never stand down, we are Boston, Wii U on the

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finish line. Thinking very much for that update.

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-- we all know the finish line. Ukrainian security forces appear to

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have retaliated against pro-Russian gunmen in the East of the country.

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The Ukrainian president claims that an airfield has been retaken amid

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reports of heavy gunfire. There have also been reports of armoured

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vehicles with guns, squads of police, and more helicopters

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operating in the region. The White House has described the military

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operation against the militants as measured, saying Ukraine is facing

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an untenable situation over the separatist uprisings. Russian media

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are reporting that up to 11 people have been killed. Daniel Sandford

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reports. Ukrainian fighter jets screaming

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through the sky above the East of the country. There was gunfire also

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at the local air field and reports of casualties as the Government

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started trying to reassert its control. On one of the main roads

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into the restless Donatsk region, Ukrainian troops - well-armed and on

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very public display. After days in which we have seen very little sign

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of the Kiev government exerting its authority in Eastern Ukraine,

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suddenly the most public display of force that you could imagine. A

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helicopter had just arrived to deliver ammunition. I asked one of

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the soldiers what his orders were. TRANSLATION: We are cooperating with

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the troops so that we can give them back up. We will not be engaging

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peaceful citizens. After weeks of people questioning whether Kiev

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could still demonstrate power in the East, this was a very public answer.

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But less than an hour's drive South, we saw once again the extent of the

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problem that confronts them. Outside the main council offices in

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Sloviansk, very well-armed men, much more disciplined than we have seen

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so far, appeared to be in charge. Men who looked similar to the

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Russian troops we saw in Crimea. They had taken over the town's seat

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of power and were asking everybody to leave. Staff coming out of the

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local council told us they had been ordered to go home, leaving the

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building in the hands of the men with guns. Marina, a senior civil

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servant, was one of those who had had to abandon their desks.

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TRANSLATION: Today we arrived at work. They allowed in three people

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at a time so we could take our personal belongings. Now we are

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having to work from home. Just 25 miles apart, both sides, both

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heavily-armed, were in position. Both claiming to be defending the

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rights of the people in Eastern Ukraine.

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It's more than 24 hours since the deadline set by Ukraine's interim

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government for separatist militants to leave the official buildings

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they've been occupying. But most of the protestors have stayed put.

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Their actions are attracting crowds of supporters, both inside and

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outside these flash point buildings. One of the biggest gatherings is at

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Mariupol near Donetsk. The BBC's James Reynolds and Olga Ivshina sent

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us their reports from both sides of the barricades there.

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These are the barricades that pro-Russian protesters have erected

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here in Mariupol in Ukraine. They have done so because they have taken

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over this building, have a look. This is a government building now in

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the hands of pro-Russian protesters, militants. Just before

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we walk in, I wanted to show you that life continues normally in this

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city. There are people going about their business. Those who are

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curious make their way here, past the tyres and through this field.

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Come and have a look with me. They make their way towards the building

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here. It has become an attraction for people. Particularly

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pro-Russians. There is one man in a balaclava... And a utility belt. He

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is checking his phone and does not appear to be armed. There is a

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gentleman here waving an Oblast flag. Oblast? Oblast. Let's have a

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look here towards the front. Hello. Hello. Here is where the protesters

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are. Have a look at those men on the top. Do you see them waving flags?

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They have got a selection of flags - the Donbas, the flag of Donetsk. And

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this is as far as we can go. This is the entrance to the area guarded by

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pro-Russian protesters. They have put sandbags up and obviously they

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are trying to make sure that Ukraine itself does not take back this area

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and does not take back the other buildings taken over by Russian

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protesters... Pro-Russian protesters here in Eastern Ukraine.

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We are in the local administration building in Mariupol. Thank you very

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much. I am coming through the window from the roof. The roof is

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barricaded with tyres. Protesters control this building for a few days

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already and now they are trying to reinforce the defence of the

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building. Most of the people we have seen are un-armed but at least one

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man is armed with an automatic gun. People claim that they were forced

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to siege this building because they wanted to hold a referendum and

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there was no other guarantee of safety and of their demands being

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fulfilled, as they say. People say they are going to stay here for

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quite a while, until their demands are fulfilled. And as you can see,

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they have organised some places for sleeping, eating and at the same

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time, they keep barricading the building to protect themselves

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against possible actions. Actions from the Government.

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Now a look at some of the day's other news.

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? Here in the UK, commemorations have been held to mark the 25th

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anniversary of the disaster at the Hillsborough football stadium. 96

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Liverpool fans died when the terraces became overcrowded during

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an FA Cup semifinal match. A memorial service was held at

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Liverpool's Anfield ground and church bells were rung across the

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city to mark the moment the game was stopped in 1989.

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The former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been ordered

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to help the elderly for his tax fraud conviction. The Supreme Court

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had initially sentenced him to prison but because of his age this

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was reduced to either house arrest or community service.

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Judges at the International Criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

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have rejected a move to drop some of the most serious genocide charges

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against the former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic. Mr

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Mladic is accused of having commanded the forces that killed

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more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the town of Srebrenica in 1995.

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Oscar Pistorius's girlfriend told him she loved him in a Valentine's

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Day card on the day she died. The athlete was asked to read out Reeva

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Steenkamp's message in court as his five day cross-examination came to

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an end. Pistorius denies murder, saying he thought he was shooting at

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an intruder. Our Africa Correspondent Andrew Harding was in

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Pretoria. One final morning in the witness box

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for Oscar Pistorius. Soon his fate will be back in the hands of others.

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Five days of remoteness cross-examination ended with the

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story is trying to explain what was going through his head as he killed

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Reeva Steenkamp. I was overcome with terror and... Despair. You were not

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screaming at Reeva Steenkamp because she was hiding in a toilet? No, my

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lady. The story is, not shown on the court cameras, has struggled all

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week with the question of who is to blame. We should blame you -- not

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blame you? We should blame somebody, who should we blame? I am not sure,

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my lady. The prosecution are still battling to prove that Oscar

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Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp on purpose but I am told that they are

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fairly confident that they have now shown that he fired at this were

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intending to kill whoever was behind it. The defence then tried to limit

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the damage of the past two days, asking the stories about this, the

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Valentines card Reeva Steenkamp had given him that night. She says, "I

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think today is a good day to tell you that... And love you." With

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that, he drained the story of lift the witness box, is forensic team

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taking over, seeking to show that the evidence supports his claim that

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it was all a terrible accident. The U.S. Navy has told the BBC that

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under water drawn has found no sign of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

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during its first mission deep in the Indian Ocean. -- drone. It was able

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to gather several hours worth of data that has revealed no trace of

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the missing aircraft. A hunt that once spanned almost 7.5 million

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square kilometres. It now centres on those five metre long unmanned

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submarine. It has begun mapping the sea bed, looking for tell-tale lumps

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of wreckage. It is diving down, roughly where the search team heard

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this noise. It is the metronomic signal from the bottom of the ocean

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which experts are convinced comes from one of the airline's black-box

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locator beacons. The submarine only saunters along at walking pace,

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disappearing for 70 hours at a time. It can plunge to 4.5 kilometres but

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the ocean around here is even deeper. They may need machines that

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can dive even further. This -- these remotely controlled vehicles on the

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end of cable can scan the sea bed, take photographs and pick up debris

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with their pincers. But it is the black boxes which are the big

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prize. For larger pieces of wreckage, they will need larger

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crane ships with substantial cables. This is the chilling moment

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that they used similar kit to grab the black box from a French airliner

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which crashed into the Atlantic four years ago. One black-box record

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sounds from the cockpit. It only keeps the final two hours of any

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thing, so it may not yield clues. The other records technical data. It

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should tell investigators if there was a mechanical problem. .

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It's 65 million years old, it weighs around seven tonnes and it's coming

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to the end of a four-day road trip across the USA. The most complete

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T-Rex fossil discovered so far arrives in Washington later. Jane

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Orion reports. In a basement at the Museum of the

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Rockies, one of the most delicate packing jobs is underway. This is

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the pubis, this large bone here, part of the pelvis of 80 wrecks. 16

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boxes filled with dinosaur bones. The remains of the Wankel T. Rex,

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bound for a museum in Washington. This sort of thing does not come

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around very often. It is a moment to be packing up a Tyrannosaurus Rex

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and then ship it around the country and put it on display. Most museums

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get one shot at that. It is named after a woman, a branch of the found

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the bones in 1988. We could tell, when it was fully exposed, it was

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one of the most fully complete skeletons. It is an example of a

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complete tyrannosaurus forearm and it is one of the most documented in

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the world. But the signs of discovery can be basic. At the end

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of the day, I'm usually walking a wrong -- walking along with a

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pickaxe, there's -- that is my tool. Montana is dinosaur country because

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of its geology. But how do scientists know they have found a

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fossil? Just put your tongue on it. It sticks! Try your tongue on the

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rock. It doesn't stick on the rock. You can tell dinosaur bone from rock

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by putting your tongue on it. Many dinosaur bones have left Montana,

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but few have been packed with such care. It has taken the best part of

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a week to get to this stage. Hundreds of TREC 's bones, some of

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them tiny fragments, individually wrapped for shipping. The question

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is how to get them to washing -- to Washington. The bones are being

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transported in a huge climate controlled a truck. It has security

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systems and the journey is under satellite surveillance. Knowing that

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that skeleton is packed well, is on that beautiful truck, on its way to

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Washington. I can't wait to be at the other end. This bronze cast of

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the skeleton gives an idea of how it will look. The first time in 66

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million years that the nation's TREC 's will stand on its own two feet.

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An exhibition that is being billed as one of the biggest art shows in

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years. When ill health stopped the French

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artist Henri Matisse from painting he began to cut out paper shapes to

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create stunning collages. Around 130 of his stunning cut-outs are going

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on display at Tate Modern later this week in an exhibition being billed

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as one of the biggest art shows in years. David Sillito has been to see

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them. This is the great master, when he

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was fearing death. He lacked the ability to paint but he began

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cutting out paper shapes. It was the beginning of this, a new art form,

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an explosion of creativity from a man in his 80s, bed bound in his

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studio. This is his own personal garden. And this is where it began,

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on the walls of his studio. Some people thought it was all over? He

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definitely proved them wrong. He was an incredible man through to the

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very end was a great painter. This shows it. They are such famous

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images, these. When you see them in books, they look so perfect. This

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allows you to look close up and see jagged edges, a reminder of how he

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worked, with shears, cutting the pig out, working quickly. The idea of

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feeding an enormous pair of scissors and slicing people -- pieces paper,

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that was a revolutionary thing and people could not take it seriously.

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They thought he had lost it. How wrong they were. We can now see the

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full force of his late flowering. An Indian summer, a celebration of

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life. Images of a different nature now.

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And finally, sky watchers in the Americas, the Caribbean, and

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Australia have witnessed a rare celestial show. The Moon appeared to

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change colour, first to orange and then to blood red, in a total lunar

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eclipse. The so-called blood Moon happens when the Earth's shadow

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passes over the Moon. And it'll be repeated three times this year and

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next. Let's take a look at some of the striking images of the blood

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Moon. Those images of the blood Moon. We

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will take you back now to look at pictures of what is happening in the

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city of Boston, a year since that double bombing. The finish line of

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the Boston Marathon. Watching these images for us, Laura Trevelyan. You

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covered the aftermath of the blasts? Yes, and this is a very emotional

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moment. You can see the people gathering at the finish line of the

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Boston Marathon. In about 19 minutes' time, there will be a

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moment of silence to remember that moment exactly a year ago when two

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home-made bombs in pressure cookers exploded at the finish line of that

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Marathon, killing three people and injuring 260. Leading to this

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dramatic manhunt which shut down sections of Boston and ended up with

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two brothers who, one was killed after a shoot out, and a police

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officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was killed.

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Prosecutors said it was by the brothers who wanted to steal his

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garden. The other brother -- wanted to steal his gun. The other brother

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was found hiding in a boat in downtown Boston in a backyard. This

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story gripped and horrified Boston. You can see an official delegation

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coming to the finish line. There will be a musical performance of God

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bless America followed by a moment of silence. This is a day when

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Boston is remembering a tragedy which shook the city. One of the

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survivors of that day, a dancer, who lost her lower left leg, has been

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talking about that experience. She says that this survivors' club is

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not one she ever wanted to be part of. But on Monday, the Boston

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Marathon will be run. 36,000 will be running it. 9000 more than last

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year. Joe Biden said that they will be sending a message to the world.

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We are Boston, we are America, America will not stand down, we own

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the finish line. Laura Trevelyan, thank you. You were

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looking at pictures coming from Boston, one year from the double

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bomb blast which hit the annual Boston Marathon at the finish line.

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They queue for being with us on world -- on World News Tonight.

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Hello. We have had another day of largely clear skies. Long spells of

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spring sunshine. It reached 70 degrees in some places. More of the

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same to come on

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