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

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After months of political turmoil, the army stages a coup

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Soldiers are on the streets as a nationwide curfew begins.

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The UN and Washington condemn the military takeover.

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The Secretary-General is seriously concerned by the military takeover

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in Thailand today. He appeals for a prompt return to constitutional,

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civilian, democratic rule. Ukraine's military suffers

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its biggest loss of life in the current conflict after

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an attack by armed separatists. A man in California is charged with

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kidnapping and raping his girlfriend's daughter and

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holding her captive for a decade. Russia's response to comments

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allegedly made by Prince Charles Should the future King be

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more careful about expressing A curfew is in place in Thailand,

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the army has staged a coup, the government has been dissolved

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and the constitution suspended. And there's been

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a strong reaction to all this the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon

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says he's "seriously concerned" And the US Secretary of

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State John Kerry says there's no justification for the coup,

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and is reviewing aid to Thailand. The army stepped in and stopped two

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days of reconciliation talks in Bangkok between Thailand's

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political factions. The head of the armed forces,

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General Prayut Chan-ocha, will lead a ruling military body,

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and the heads of Thailand's navy, air force and the national police

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chief will be his deputies. This is the twelfth coup in Thailand

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since the early 1930s, Jonathan Head looks back

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at the day's events. The Army club in Bangkok. Inside,

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rival political factions were holding reconciliation talks.

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Suddenly, the axis were blocked. Troops raced into position. Thailand

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was having another coup. The faction leaders were detained and taken

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away. The man who had invited them here, General Prayut Chan-ocha, now

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runs the country. In time-honoured fashion, a new military council

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announced that the constitution was being suspended and a curfew

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imposed. General Prayut Chan-ocha now done what he vowed many times to

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offer a solution to the crisis. He has offered a takeover, saying he

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has done it for peace and stability. But there is bound to be strong

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opposition, mostly from supporters of the former Prime Minister and her

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taking brother taxing. The so-called red shirts. They have won every

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election for the past 15 years. Many of their leaders are now under

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arrest, but they have said they would always resist a clue with

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force if necessary. The anti-government protesters, the

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so-called yellow shirts, have long been calling for military

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intervention. After seven months in Bangkok's streets, they can now go

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home. That leaves the soldiers to sort out a chronically divided

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country. Their prospects for success do not look promising.

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He's Professor of International Development

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at the London School of Economics, and a specialist on Thailand.

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In fact, you just got back last week from being in Thailand, where he

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were conducting research and also trying to see what was going on with

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these protest. First question, is Thailand's democracy in danger? Most

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definitely, yes. This is supposedly a modern country which has just had

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a military coup. It is not doing very well in terms of democracy. But

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that is par for the cause, isn't it? The last one was in 2006. It is

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almost traditional for the Army to step in. The Army has been trying to

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reduce its obvious presence in the politics of Thailand. I think it has

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realised in the last two years that do includes does not do its

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reputation much good, and does not necessarily solve the problems of

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Thailand. I think it is a surprise today they have stepped in

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likeness. Is it an honest broker in any way wanting to restore

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stability, or does its favour one particular faction over another? The

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Army always has its own interests at heart, so it is not necessarily a

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disinterested actor. But it has become slightly unclear as to which

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side it now stands on. In 2006, the Army was instrumental in

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overthrowing Thaksin Shinawatra, the rebel leader at that time. And the

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brother of the Prime Minister who was forced out earlier this month.

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Yes. Historically, the Army has been against their family. However, it

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has been notable that the Army could have intervened any time during the

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last year during the chaos, but they did not do that. So it seems like

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possibly they were interested in letting her stay in power. What is

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your gas now about what is going to happen. The constitution has been

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suspended, a military body is running the country. How long will

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this last Umag my guess is one year. That is what they do in recent

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years. The first thing will be to try and Rijeka process to move on to

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general elections, but to pass reforms which will prevent any

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member of the family taxing standing for election. How do they fit with

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other institutions in the country, the judiciary, for instance, and

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other big state institutions? It is one other thing that has happened in

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Thailand recently that instead of the Parliament making decisions,

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sometimes it is the judiciary, the Law Courts, that do it as well. It

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is unclear how far the Army can control the law courts, but it is

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certainly true that when the Army wants people to do things they will.

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And the Royal family, the monarchy? They have not made much of a

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statement so far. How does the Army see them? The Army has always

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traditionally supported the monarchy, that is part of their

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role. I don't really see them speaking very loudly about the

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monarchy, but I cannot see them doing anything against the monarchy.

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OK, so about a year, you think? We will see how events unfold. Thank

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you very much indeed. Armed separatists in eastern Ukraine

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have opened fire on Ukrainian soldiers in the deadliest attack

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since the conflict began, just three days before presidential

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elections in the country. Thirteen soldiers were killed

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and dozens more injured. The attack took place

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at a military checkpoint on the outskirts of the town of Volnovakha,

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25 kilometres south of Donetsk. From there, our correspondent

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Mark Lowen reports. The attack came before dawn, and

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with devastating effect. This was a Ukrainian army checkpoint, targeted

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in the deadliest assault on the military since this conflict began.

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At least 13 were killed and at least 30 injured in a well-planned strike.

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TRANSLATION: Three of my friends have fallen, and I cannot even

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collect their bodies. Their combat unit has been lying there in the

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field for an hour already. Separatist groups are thought to

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have carried it out. They showed off their spoils, which they claim to

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have taken from troops at the checkpoint. This unverified footage

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appears to show helicopters moving in after the incident. It is not

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confirmed to whom they belong, but the video was shot in daylight, and

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one Ukrainian soldier told as it was an operation against the

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separatists. At the local hospital, the dad kept coming as serious

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injuries proved fatal. Dash-macro the GATT. Another body is being

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taken out of this vehicle into the morgue. This is a terrible blow for

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the Ukrainian armed forces, and a reminder of just what these aren't

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separatists are capable of doing. The Ukrainian general would only

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talk with his identity hidden for fear of reprise all. TRANSLATION:

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They were professional killers. Hired soldiers. They mowed down my

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men in 15 minutes. They are doing it for money, not unpatriotic ideals.

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The Ukrainian government laid the blame at Moscow and its links with

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the armed groups in the East. TRANSLATION: This is a confirmation

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that Putin's words are a lie. When he talks of withdrawing troops and

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not interfering in the internal affairs of Ukraine. In reality,

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Russia continues to conduct very aggressive military activity. The

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attack comes three days before Ukraine's presidential election,

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that here vows will also be healthier. Separatist leaders vowed

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to block it, and that the region is now independent. Could today have

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been a warning shots? Ukrainian forces secured the scene, but in

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this battle for control of the volatile east, it is slipping

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further from their grasp. A girl who went missing a decade

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ago has turned up in California. The man who police say kidnapped

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her is due in court soon. She hasn't been named,

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but 42-year-old Isidro Garcia was her mother's boyfriend

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before he kidnapped her. He had a child with her

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and has been charged with sexual Our correspondent Alistair Leithead

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is at the court in Santa Ana. Tell us, the man has appeared in

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court? Yes, he appeared very briefly. He has been charged, as you

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say, with charges including forcible rape, leave it acts on a minor, and

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one charge of kidnapping with intent of committing a sexual offence. He

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was granted bail of $1 million. He was told to return to the court on

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June the 9th. His lawyer is behind me at the moment is open to the

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media. He said that his client is denying all the charges. When will

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the trial starts, around that time? There is a great deal of attention

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now on this case. There is. These are just charges that have been laid

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today. First court appearance, obviously, it is a long process.

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With regard to the situation, police knew nothing of this apart from a

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missing person report file ten years ago, when suddenly, a 25-year-old

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woman turned up at a police station until this astonishing story of how

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she had been kidnapped as a 15-year-old girl, held against her

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will for ten years, and she was not kept locked up. Neighbours who we

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have spoken to thought they were just an ordinary couple with a young

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child. She was forced to marry and have a child with him, she claims.

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She claims to have been threatened, physically and sexually abused, and

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she was told that her family was deported and she would also she went

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to the authorities. She was also told her family had abandoned there.

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It was only when she made contact with her sister through Facebook to

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wish a happy birthday that she realised her sister had not

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abandoned her. This is the story she has told the police, and what this

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man is being charged with. He is currently denying these judges.

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Thank you very much. There's been another violent attack

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in China's western Xinjiang region. Two vehicles ploughed

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into a crowd of people at a street market, explosives were

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thrown from one of the cars and one of the vehicles then blew up.

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It happened in Urumqi. Officials say 31

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people were killed. Similar violence in the past has

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been carried out by separatist extremists belonging to the region's

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ethnic Uighur minority group. Within minutes of the attack,

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pictures began appearing on Chinese intranet sites. Victims lying in the

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wreckage of market stalls. They were elderly, out doing their early

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morning shopping. It was mostly ethnic hand Chinese who live in the

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centre. They said terrorists were responsible and must be punished

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severely, but attacks seem to be growing. China usually says Islamic

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terrorists wanting independence are to blame. Violence wriggling out of

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Xinjiang is one of the biggest security challenges facing China's

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commonest leaders. TRANSLATION: Last month, they talked of harmony, but

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knife and bomb attacks on women workers are spreading across China,

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also targeting civilians. Xinjiang's Muslim grouping is linked

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to Turkey in Central Asia. A massive influx of Chinese settlers and

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workers means they are now a minority here. A recent visit to the

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old city, we found Chinese security everywhere. Young Uighur men are

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singled out for ID checks. Authorities are on edge, and

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violence has erupted in many towns. The road to this village was

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blocked. A local police chief had his head chopped off here. Another

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official was stabbed 27 times. In response, or least shot dead 15

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Uighurs, among them, it is claimed, women. Resentments lurk beneath the

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surface. Regulations prevent young men from growing beards. Women are

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urged not to wear veils. Many Uighurs feel they're very identity

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is being repressed. Because a pervasive security, many people are

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afraid to Doctor was openly here. It could be dangerous for them. What

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has been whispered is that tensions and mistrust are on the injuries

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between Uighurs and Chinese, and many Uighurs say

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between Uighurs and Chinese, and many Uighurs that for some time,

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they have been under intense scrutiny, a ticket only when it

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comes to their religion. TRANSLATION: If somebody finds out

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that you have religious texts on your phone, they report you to the

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police, and you will be arrested. My wife was wearing a mask because she

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had a cold. The police told her to take it off. Sometimes they detain

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people just for wearing a veil. In another part of China today, police

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surround an aircraft. It was heading to Xinjiang but was grounded. Two

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passengers were taken away. Tiny security forces are fearful that

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after this attack, more may be coming.

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So, what do you find striking about this particular attack? This

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particular attack and the recent ones are very different from what

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happens in China previously. This one in particular, they are

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resembling the kind of Islamist terrorist attacks we have seen

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elsewhere. In China, Regis attacks by Uighur people against the Chinese

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do not fall into the same category, so we are seeing a new development,

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and it is very serious. You say that these extremist are now left to a

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wider jihadist movement. Why did you think that has happened? Hasn't got

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anything to do with Afghanistan? There are two reasons. The first was

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what your correspondent reported, the heavy-handed way in which the

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Chinese government is dealing with the problems. The other, because of

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the drawdown by NATO and American forces, that changed the situation

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for China, because China has more investment in Afghanistan than any

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other great power. Until now, the Taliban had left the Chinese alone,

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they were protected by NATO forces, but with the NATO drawdown, that is

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less reason for the Taliban and Al-Qaeda related people to give the

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Chinese courtesy. What impact will this time attack have on Chinese

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foreign policy? Will they find a common cause with other countries,

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like Russia, for instance, and countries in the West who feel they

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are fighting the global jihadist movement? The Chinese will engage

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with Russia and other essential Asian countries to be more

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repressive against potential Islamic terrorists that could be operating

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in China, but above all, they will be using even stronger repressive

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measures within Sinn Jang, which is likely to radicalise the people

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there. Some of the venues.

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Syrian government forces have ended enviable siege of a prison in

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Aleppo, which has gone on for a year. They were trying to free some

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of the prisoners. The jail is on a supply route between the Turkish

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border and the rebels. It is seen as a bellwether of the progress of the

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war. Russia and China have been towed a

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Security Council resolution referring Syria to the International

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Criminal Court for war crimes. Western resolutions have been

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blocked for times, more than 150,000 people are thought to have died

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during the conflict. Voting is taking place in Britain

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and the Netherlands in elections for the European Parliament. Polling

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takes place in all of the member states over the next four days.

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Here, David Cameron attended a polling station. The vote will be

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counted on Sunday, but the results will be announced until polling

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closes throughout Europe. The England and Wales or has charged

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two players, Lou Vincent and Naved Arif, with match fixing. Money was

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bet on a televised one-day game between Sussex and Kent three days

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ago. If they found guilty, it will be the first time the fixing of a

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game in England been proven. Outrageous and unacceptable, that is

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how Russian officials have described comments allegedly made in the

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Prince of Wales comparing Russia's actions in Ukraine to those of Nazi

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Germany. According to press reports, Prince Charles's conversation with a

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former Polish war refugee was overheard in Canada. She had told

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him how her family had fled to Canada that that's left behind had

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perished in Poland under the Nazis. The Prince reportedly replied, and

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now Vladimir Putin is doing just about the same as Hitler. The

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Russian Foreign Ministry said the remarks did him no credit if he said

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this. Not wise for the Prince to have said this, even if he did not

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think anybody else was listening. It was reported by a journalist.

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Journalists are allowed to go and talk to the people that royalty have

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spoken to, and say, what did he say? It is a reportage from this

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woman, who had this story to tell, she sailed to Canada when the knots

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is occupied Poland, and Prince Charles is alleged to have said...

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We should say alleged, because there has been no confirmation. It is

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considered a private conversation. The Russian Embassy cannot make too

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much fuss over an alleged conversation. If he had said it in a

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speech or something, everybody would be going even more mad, but we must

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give him the credit that this was not meant for public repetition, and

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I am sure that this immigrant feels dreadful that she has caused so much

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trouble. She said it would not cause so much of a stir. Use a Private

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each time, private conversation, put the future king cannot really

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consider a conversation he has with a member of the public to be

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private. Try that conversations will have to be extremely private in his

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case. It is sad but true, there is no such thing as a private

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conversation any more, because technology has moved forward so

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fast, it is so vastly global, even if you blink, it will be reported

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everywhere. I think that Prince Charles probably was aware that what

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he said might be repeated, but we do not know what he did say. We do have

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that proviso. It fuels the fire. You do not think they will comment? I do

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not think so. Underlying this, the debate about what we expect from our

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monarchy in the UK. People do not accept -- expect them to wait into

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political affairs or hot topics of the day. I wish they did. Prince

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Charles has had an immense amount of support for his remarks. It is much

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more fun than saying, have you come far? What the traffic bad? Have you

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got a cold? At least he engages in conversation, he has hundreds of

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conversations everyday. He was concentrating on this woman's

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applied. On June the 6th, he will be in France for the anniversary of the

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D-day landings. World leaders, including Vladimir Putin, are

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expected to be there. We will all be watching. Yes, but I think Prince

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Charles has been in the situations before, he knows how to handle it.

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They are not scheduled to meet, I am sure they will not now. Vladimir

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Putin will not allow his officials to make too much fuss.

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In Nigeria, more than 1000 members of the brink back our girls campaign

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staged a march to the presidential villa in Abuja. They are protesting

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the support of more than -- in support of the schoolgirls kidnapped

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by Boko Haram. Teachers across the country were also on strike.

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A new 3-D fossil scanning tech week has produced the clearest images yet

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of Archaeopteryx, known as the first true bird, but will this tell us if

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the creature could fly? Is it a bird? Is it a dinosaur? Or

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something in between? The feathered limbs have fascinated

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palaeontologists since Charles Darwin's day. Now, it is under the

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glare of an x-ray beam to see what lies beneath the stone. We want to

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know how Archaeopteryx lived. Was he a little dinosaur running and then

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climbing injuries? The most important question for us is, did he

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fly or not? Could he fly? The tests are taking place here, at the

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European radiation facility at the foot of the French Alps. This ring

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is a giant x-ray machine, the brightest team in the world. Inside,

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scientists are using it's like to look deeper and claim it into one of

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the most famous fossils ever found. In the past, fossils like this were

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too big to x-ray. But now, the scientists are using a new trick, a

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pinhole camera, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's camera obscure rep. It is

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the thickness of a human hair, but extremely powerful. The decision of

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the x-rays can be detect it by a camera system, a small hole, and

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through the whole, we will see the picture. Thereafter, you can

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construct in three-dimensional. Here are the results, the most detailed

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picture yet of Archaeopteryx, including hidden features buried in

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the stone. What is visible are the feathers, far more visible than the

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original specimen. That is not all. This reveals a lot of information

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about anatomy that is not visible, because it is below the surface.

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They cannot understand the fossil in a museum, but now we can see the

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wings, and it is a fine specimen. This x-ray spectacle can be

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performed on other famous fossils, and we will soon see dinosaurs in a

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whole new light. Fascinating stuff.

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The main news, the army in Thailand has staged a coup, suspending the

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concert Jewish and dissolving the government. Soldiers halted

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reconciliation talks between politicians, which were being held

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in Bangkok. That is it, from May, and the team,

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goodbye. We have seen plenty of them today,

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unfortunately, there are more to come tomorrow. I am talking about

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heavy showers. For a queue areas, tomorrow looks drier than

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