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

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Is the Geneva peace deal on Ukraine collapsing? Ukraine's president has

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said he's relaunching what Kiev calls its "anti-terror" operation

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against separatists in the east. The flash point is here - Sloviansk -

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where funerals were held today for three pro-Russian activists, and

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where Ukraine's president says one of his local politicians was today

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found brutally tortured to death. One week on - more than 180 girls

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still missing. We have the first pictures of the burnt-out school in

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Northern Nigeria where they were snatched by the Islamist group Boko

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Haram. And a special report on the militant threat throughout the

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region. Also coming up: More bodies are

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pulled from the stricken South Korean ferry, as it's revealed the

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first distress call came not from the crew, but from a schoolboy on

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board. And sacked after just ten months -

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Manchester United removes David Moyes as manager after the club's

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tenth defeat in 22 matches. Hello and welcome.

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Brutal torture and murder - that's the accusation levelled within the

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last hour by Ukraine's acting president, who says two bodies have

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been discovered near the city of Sloviansk - the site of the fiercest

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pro-Russian uprising in the east of the country. One of the bodies was

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that of Vladimir Rybak, a local politician from the president's own

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party. We'll have a live update for you from Ukraine, but first, our

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correspondent Daniel Sandford in Sloviansk reports on what was

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already a day of high emotion at the funerals of three pro-Russian men

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shot dead at a checkpoint. The uncontrolled sorrow of a wife

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mourning today in the most militant town in eastern Ukraine. Her husband

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was one of three men shot by unknown gunmen while manning a rebel

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checkpoint. The deaths have only further

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increased the strong feelings and tensions in a region which has

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already brutally exposed the rifts opening up in Ukraine. Rifts that

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will get harder to breach each time blood is shed. The rebel gunmen are

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accused by the new pro-Europe Ukraine Government of being backed

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by a Russia determined to see them fail.

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Today in Kiev, the US Vice President was giving the struggling prime

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minister his very public support, though his words would have

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antagonised Russia further. No nation should stoke instability

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in its neighbour's country. We call on Russia to stop supporting men

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hiding behind masks in unmarked uniforms, sowing unrest in eastern

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Ukraine. But it is still not clear how much

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influence Russia has on men, like the self-appointed mayor of

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Sloviansk, fired up with hatred for the far-right activists of western

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Ukraine. TRANSLATION: With the Nazis and

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fascists we will have only one kind of dialogue. We will destroy them.

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This is not a civil war yet. But as the number of deaths mounts on both

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sides, the time to resolve the crisis is running out.

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Let's get more for you on this dramatic statement from the acting

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president of Ukraine. He appears to be determined to re-launch what Kiev

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terms its anti-terrorist operation. The BBC's Natalia Antelava is in the

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eastern city of Donetsk, and joins me now.

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This statement by the acting president just came out. In it, he

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calls on his Armed Forces to relaunch the anti-terrorist

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operation that was taking place not very successfully, I must add, in

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the eastern regions of Ukraine just before Easter. It is not a surprise

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they are starting it again. We were always anticipating the relaunch,

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but what is a surprise is the news that two bodies have been found in

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Sloviansk. That is the most militarised town in the region.

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These are the bodies of two men, one identified as local politician and

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member of the President's party. In a statement, the president said that

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both men had been brutally tortured. Thank you.

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It's a week since 230 girls were snatched from their classroom in

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broad daylight in Northern Nigeria. More than 180 are still missing.

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We're bringing you the first pictures we have from the scene of

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the attack - a school where the girls, aged between 16 and 18, were

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preparing to sit their final exams. As you can see it was a violent

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assault - there was a lot of damage done. The girls were abducted from

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the Government Girls Secondary School in the town of Chibok in

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Borno State - that's an hour's flight away from the capital Abuja.

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It's thought they are being held by members of the Islamist group Boko

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Haram in the Sambisa Forest. Boko Haram-related violence killed 1,500

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in the first three months of this year alone. A state of emergency has

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been declared but Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan last

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visited the region more than a year ago.

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The BBC's Nigeria Correspondent Will Ross is in Lagos with more.

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As you say, a particularly brutal few months in the north-east of

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Nigeria. This abduction of over 200 schoolgirls has caused an

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extraordinary amount of shock throughout the country. Perhaps for

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the first time, people are realising the level of violence and just how

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vulnerable some of the communities are in the north-east. There have

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been many attacks on schools in recent months, thousands of students

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are unable to go to school now in the north-east. The region is in a

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way heading backwards. As I have been finding out, the people of this

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place are left just praying and fasting for news of missing

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children. Another destroyed school in Nigeria.

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This area is promoted and dangerous it to a whole week to get the first

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pictures out. Many schools have been attacked by Islamist notes, but this

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midnight raid was different. Gunmen forced all the female students out

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of their dormitories and they were then torched. Insurgents are

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believed to be from the group known as Boko Haram, and let girls onto

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lorries. One girl said she at first mistook the attackers for people who

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are going to protect them. We have had her identity.

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We thought they were soldiers and they asked us to get on the vehicle.

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We ran back home because they did not look innocent.

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15 spoke to by phone and pleaded Boko Haram to show mercy. There is

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nothing between us and them. I plead with Boko Haram to have mercy.

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The Islamist extremists are believed to be holding the teenagers in the

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vast forest in this region. Some of the parents of the missing girls

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have searched the forest themselves, but found it too dangerous. Boko

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Haram translates as western education is forbidden, and attacks

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on Government schools have forced thousands of students home.

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Christians and Muslims are all saying the same prayers, for the

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girls to be set free. The Nigerian military last week said it was doing

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all it could to locate and free the girls, who we believe are being held

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by the Islamist militant group. Since last week, we have had no word

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from the military or Government. Many people in that area, especially

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the parents and relatives, are left praying and hoping for good news.

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But they are folding their arms and saying there is nothing they can do

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themselves, but they are calling on the Government to do more and on

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Boko Haram to show mercy and released the girls.

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It seemed the military had got the figures wrong in the first place. It

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is hard for the families to have been in the military in that case,

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is it not? There was a lot of confusion last

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week over the number of girl that had been taken. That's partly

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because this raid happened in the middle of the night, when the school

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was only open for a few days for exams. It was not a regular term

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time period of the educational system. But, yes, there was

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confusion and some people thought the military were downplaying the

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scale of the attack on purpose. At the moment, the focus is on how on

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earth are those girls going to be freed. It is a difficult job for the

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military. The forest is huge and covers about 100 kilometres across

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from west to east. It will be difficult to locate them and even

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harder to set them free. These are well armed Islamist militants

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holding these girls. Thank you.

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The reach of the radical Islamist group Boko Haram appears to be

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spreading beyond Nigeria. The BBC has spoken to a local gang in

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neighbouring Niger, which says it's collaborated with the group, in

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return for money. Nigeria's neighbours have feared for

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some time that the Boko Haram insurgency could spread. Thousands

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of people have already fled violence in the country. Thomas Fessy, sent

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this report from across the border in Diffa in southeastern Niger. In

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the Sahara, there is little cover to take from a sandstorm. For this

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village in Nigeria, the fourth attack by Boko Haram meant it was

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time to leave. The border, the river between Niger and Nigeria. On either

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side of it, people have enjoyed strong links for centuries, sharing

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ethnicity and culture. Is your village over the? This man believes

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the border will keep them safe for now. On Lake Chad, Nigerians are

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fleeing by boat. The UN estimates 500 cross into Niger each week. This

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man arrived last month with his family. TRANSLATION: I was going to

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bed when we heard the first gunshots. As we ran to escape, your

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little girl was shot as she fled her burning house. We counted 15 dead in

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the streets. It is a growing refugee crisis but

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without camps. Authorities argue they could become new targets, or

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worse, recruitment centres for Boko Haram. Boko Haram have shown they

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can hit the Nigerian state in different ways. Bomb attacks,

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raiding villages, attacking schools and abducting children. For now,

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Nigeria's neighbours are dealing with the consequences of this

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violence. The prospect of the same violence billing over is becoming

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more of a question of, not if, but when they may strike here.

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Mitigating the threat means daily patrols along the border. Several

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attacks have been foiled over the last months and dozens of men

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expected to be linked to Boko Haram have been arrested. We have made

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contact with a local gang, whose members claim they are collaborating

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with Boko Haram. They agreed to talk to us but we cannot show their

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faces. The gang members are in their early 20s and told us that five of

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their group have joined Nigerian militants. Two have already been

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killed. TRANSLATION: Some of our members are

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with them now. We hear information. They come to us.

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If they tell you to launch an attack, would you do it?

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TRANSLATION: Yes. We are ready. That is why we are there.

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Boko Haram, they say, have paid them $3000 to join their insurgency. It

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is the cash they want, they have no interest in defending sharia law.

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Drought and hunger have made communities in this area vulnerable.

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Events have made unstable and this fragile state is now threatened by a

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crisis next door, fuelled by poverty and neglect. Both conditions exist

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here. Now a look at some of the day's

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other news: A court in Russia has found the

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opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, guilty of libel. Mr Navalny was

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accused of referring to a local politician as a drug-addict on

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Twitter. Mr Navalny - a critic of the Kremlin who stood for election

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as mayor of Moscow last year - was fined about $8,000. He's already

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under house arrest, accused in a separate case of embezzlement. Mr

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Navalny has always insisted accusations against him are

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politically motivated. The military in South Sudan says

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it's engaged in heavy fighting with rebel forces in several parts of the

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country. The United Nations has accused rebels loyal to the former

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vice president Riek Machar of hundreds of ethnic killings last

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week in the oil town of Bentiu. The rebels have denied involvement,

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blaming retreating government forces.

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A court in Egypt has been holding the latest hearing in its trial of

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three journalists working for the Al Jazeera news channel. They're

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accused of spreading false news and aiding the banned Muslim

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Brotherhood. The prosecution has presented photos and news reports

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which it says support its case. The journalists have now been held for

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more than 100 days. In South Korea, 108 bodies have now

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been recovered from the ferry that capsized last Wednesday. Nearly 200

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- mainly schoolchildren - are still missing. Our correspondent Lucy

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Williamson has been speaking to one of the survivors and sent this

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report from the island of Jeju, the ferry's scheduled destination.

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Day and night, they are bringing in the bodies. Each one precious, even

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after life. But these new arrivals are too late to spark anticipation.

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No miracles here now, just the joyless reunions of families with

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their dead. This was where it was meant to end. South Korea 's holiday

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island, Jeju. Its beaches and volcanoes a treat for teenagers

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before their final school year. They never saw it. Just before 9am last

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Wednesday, traffic controllers picked up the boat's distress call.

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It was the second request for help that morning. Moments earlier, a boy

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on board had called emergency services shouting, save us, we are

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on a ship and I think it is sinking. Workers at the ferry company here on

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shore were rushed in to the office, but there was little they could do.

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One of them who was here that they told me he cannot even walk down the

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street now without people blaming him. His colleagues on board, he

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said, should have done more. This person was on board the ferry. A

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truck driver who had made the same journey hundreds of times. He had

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just had breakfast and had gone up on deck for a smoke. TRANSLATION:

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All of a sudden, the ship tilted and started to sink. Containers fell

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into the sea. I realised we were going to capsize. I was clinging on

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to the handrail. I tried to save some of the students in the

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cafeteria. They were sliding around on their knees. I threw them a fire

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hose. The boat was tilting too much. Then the water started coming in. My

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friend managed to save a six-year-old child who was trapped

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inside. I think the parents and others inside were the heroes. They

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were passing children to each other over their heads. The ship was

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capsizing. All those people were swept away in the water. He is still

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haunted by the students he could not save. They were all the same age as

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my daughter, he said. The memories of them will not go away.

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It's one of the biggest football clubs in the world, and one of the

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best-known global brands, with millions of loyal fans. But, today,

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Manchester United is in disarray. After ten months at the helm,

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manager David Moyes has been sacked. It's been a very poor season for the

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man who was personally chosen by the legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson

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to lead the club in July last year. By January, United had been knocked

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out of the FA Cup after losing at home in the third round. And on

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Sunday the Red Devils suffered its 11th Premier League defeat of the

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season at Everton. Sunday's defeat means it's impossible for the club

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to qualify for next season's Champions League - the first time

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since 1995. Ryan Giggs will now take over as caretaker manager for the

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final four games of the season. And what happens at the club next will

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certainly be watched with great interest. The Reds have a total

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following of 659 million adults worldwide.

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Just ten months ago he was the chosen one, the hand-picked heir to

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the Manchester United throne. But, for David Moyes, the Theatre of

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Dreams has become the stuff of nightmares. Morales scores! Everton

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two, Manchester United zero. Saturday's defeat at Everton was to

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prove the final whistle. This morning, as his players arrived at

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the training ground, Moyes was sacked. Manchester United has

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announced that David Moyes has left the club, they said in a statement

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on Twitter. But for the fans it's still sinking

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in. I think it is a shame. He could've done with a bit more time.

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But seventh is just not good enough. He didn't do as well as everybody

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expected, for a club like Manchester United. They should have finished at

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least in the top four. After Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, this

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would always be the toughest of acts to follow, but Moyes was his choice,

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arriving with a plea for patience. When we have had bad times here, the

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club has stood by me. All my staff stood by me, the players stood by

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me. Your job now is to stand by our new manager. But Moyes could never

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escape the shadow of his predecessor. He began badly with the

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flop signing of Fellaini and was soon struggling on the pitch too.

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The style was as stodgy as the results. Defeats to Liverpool and

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Manchester City prompted an aerial protest last month, and now the

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club's American owners have acted. The failure to qualify for the

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riches of the Champions League perhaps the biggest concern. I think

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it's largely driven by finances, the finances of not being in the

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Champions League, and also driven by the finances of making sure that

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when they enter the transfer market this summer they will be able to

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spend a lot of money and trust the person they will give the money to

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spend. So who will they turn to next? Among the favourites are

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Holland coach, Louis van Gaal. But in the short term, they have asked

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Ryan Giggs to take temporary charge. He already helps with coaching at

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United, so could he be the long-term solution? He knows every player in

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the last 25 years, and he's won more than any other player in the league.

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Is there anybody more suitable for the job and knows more than him? He

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knows how to do it himself. But now, United, who just a year ago were

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celebrating the title, are in turmoil. Following this man was

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often described as the impossible job, and for David Moyes, that is

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exactly how it has proved. Jim White is the author of

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Manchester United: The Biography and is a columnist with the Daily

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Telegraph newspaper. He joins me from our studio in Oxford. Welcome

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to the programme. So much analysis in the hours since we have heard

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this, but where you think David Moyes went wrong? I think it went

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wrong from the start. The first thing he did was to get rid of Alex

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Ferguson's backroom staff and bringing his own guys over from

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Everton. They were the people who ran Manchester United. They

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understood the players and knew what they needed in training. They knew

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how to motivate them. I think the new guys came in, the players took

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one look at them and thought, what have you want? That was a position

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they could never answer. You could see anybody would have failed to

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shine in the wake of Alex Ferguson CHEERING AND APPLAUSE It was always

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going to be hard. Is working space, the office if you like, is the

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technical area. Then in ten foot letters opposite you is the name

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Alex Ferguson. It was always going to be difficult. When you get to the

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point where the players want you gone, you are toast? That is right.

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You have to trust the players and they have to trust your. My

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understanding is that things started to deteriorate around Christmas

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time. You could see that on the pitch. Players who had won the title

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the year before suddenly looked second rate. Of course this is not

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just an English story or off the ball story, this is a global

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business story. It is. That is principally why David Moyes was

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sacked. The business requires a constant triumph on the pitch in

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order to feed the huge number of global commercial partners it has

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two keep bringing fans involved. All of those people demand constant

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successful stop David Moyes did not provide that. He was gone. Is one of

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the reasons to sack him that they didn't want him in charge of the

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purse strings over the summer? That is right. I think he probably had a

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clause in his contract which said if you don't qualify for the champions

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league you are out. It was mathematically impossible to qualify

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on Sunday. As you see, there is a huge rebuilding job to be done.

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Someone has to come in and attract players to a club that will not be

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in the champions league. They have to change that vicious cycle. It

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will not be fun. Who do you think is likely to get the job? Who do the

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players need? The romantic in me, the man who believes in the kind of

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glory of football, would want Ryan takes to get the job. He has four

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games in charge at the moment, he understands the club, he has been

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there since he was a small boy. He absolutely gets what Manchester

:25:36.:25:37.

United is about. But the club have said they will not offer him the

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job. I think they will go for one of the big beasts of the game. If they

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go for Louis van Hal, the most likely candidate, they will have an

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equal problem similar to other big managers in the premiership. I don't

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think anything could be one next year possibly the year after. I

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think it will take very long to get out of this mess thank you for your

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time and your insight. A reminder of our main news.

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The Ukrainian president has said that the time has come for them to

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relaunch their power in the east of the country. Joe Biden has said that

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he fears the Geneva agreement could collapse.

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That's all from the programme. Next the weather. From me and the rest of

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the team, goodbye. We will find some spells of sunshine

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developing tomorrow. One weather front will provide focus for

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possibly longer spell of rain or slide its way into the south-west by

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the morning, heading up into Northern Ireland as well. A bit of a

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misty to Wednesday. Many central

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