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This is BBC World News Today with me Philippa Thomas.

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In an unprecedented move, French police detain former President

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Nicolas Sarkozy over claims he sought inside information.

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The latest developments are seen as a blow to his attempts to challenge

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for the presidency in 2017. The three Israeli teenagers who were

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kidnapped then murdered have been buried. Israel blames Hamas for the

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deaths. In a separate development in the

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region, Israel has also launched air strikes in the Gaza Strip. It says

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in retaliation to rocket attacks. Also coming up, a familiar face for

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the Turkish presidency? Yes, this is Prime Minister Erdogan looking to

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move up. And it is day 20 of the World Cup. I

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will be reporting from Rio, we're currently in Argentina is being held

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by Switzerland. It is 0-0 in extra time.

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Hello and welcome. France's former president, Nicolas Sarkozy, has been

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detained by police over alleged influence peddling. Mr Sarkozy is

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being questioned about whether he sought inside information from a

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judge about an investigation into campaign funding. This is thought to

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be the first time a French former head of state has been held in

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police custody. And it's the latest in a series of upheavals for

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politicians on all sides, not just Sarkozy's centre right UMP.

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President Francois Hollande's Socialists received just 14% of the

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vote in the recent European elections. Their worst national

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result ever. And in that same contest, it was Marine Le Pen's hard

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right Front National who made spectacular gains, leading the polls

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with 25% of the French vote. From Paris, our correspondent Hugh

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Schofield reports on a difficult day for Mr Sarkozy, a man who had been

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hoping to make a comeback in a very fractured political landscape.

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For two years, Nicolas Sarkozy has been the focus of judicial enquiry

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into how he raised money for his presidential election campaigns.

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This is a new step. Now he has been formally taken into custody. Held

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for questioning by magistrates who think he tried to use friends in

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high places to ward off the threat from the law. One thing

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investigators are trying to do here is build up a case against Mr

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Sarkozy that could stand up in court. They believe there is

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evidence that the former president had, as it were, a place man in the

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highest court in the land. A judge who was feeding him information

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about the various investigations that were underway. Needless to say,

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Mr Sarkozy and his supporters deny the allegations vehemently.

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For the Sarkozy camp, there is no doubt. These allegations have been

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trumped up by the political left with one aim. To stop the former

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president coming back. Why, they ask, were Mr Sarkozy's phones

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tapped? His private conversations with his lawyer listened into by the

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judges? Supporters say it is all troublingly suspicious.

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TRANSLATION: It is disturbing the government went to such lengths to

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monitor Mr Sarkozy's phone calls. And just as he announces his

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comeback, yet another affair emerges against him. Ever since he left the

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Elysee in 2012, Nicolas Sarkozy has been dreaming of coming back. Today,

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France is in a parlous state. The ruling Socialists deeply unpopular.

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His own UMP party crying out for a leader. But these scandals are going

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to dog him. He will need to fight every step of the way.

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Well, French political commentator Anne-Elisabeth Moutet joins me from

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Paris. Welcome to the programme again. How serious is this for Mr

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Sarkozy? I don't know how serious it is, because first of all, it

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possibly can be ruled inadmissible, because it was the so-called

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evidence was only obtained by wiretapping of his telephone and his

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lawyers' telephone, they allege he was trying to influence a judge and

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offered to help them get a job in the civil service. The judge in

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question did not even get the job, and it is only hearsay of hearsay.

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And there is nothing that is any kind of proof that he influenced the

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judge in any way, the judge himself not on his own case, I think it is

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more dramatic steps by the current government to sort of draw the

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attention to Mr Sarkozy and it makes many people on the French right, and

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they cannot run if he can. Do you think the supporters of Nicolas

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Sarkozy say there is a political vendetta against him, do you think

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they are right? There seems to be another case when he is ahead in the

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polls, it does not make headlines when cases are dismissed, one was

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about bribery and was dismissed, another about him organising an arms

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deal in back a stand with bribes when he was budget minister and that

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was dismissed, there have been more cases dismissed, and in general, the

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evidence is obtained by tainted means. This is a first world

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country, you do not troll wiretaps for eight months looking for

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something that might give you a case, you are supposed to get and

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indicate -- an investigation for something legitimate. These wiretaps

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were for something different. Something else that may have got

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reaction is the European Court of Human Rights voting to uphold the

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French ban on the Muslim veil? What reaction has there been? On the

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whole, this is something the left and right agree with, and we have

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seen lots of young people in France going to join the jihad in Syria,

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and there is a worry of the kind of tiny ghettos, which sometimes bring

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in converts and live outside the country, but also because France

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believes in the neutrality of the public space since the French

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revolution, you do not introduce religion into the public space, but

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practice it in private. Thank you for speaking to us.

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The funeral has been held for three Israeli teenagers abducted and

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murdered while hitch-hiking in the occupied West Bank. Israel has

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blamed the Palestinian militant group Hamas, with Prime Minister

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Benjamin Netanyahu vowing that the group will pay for the killings.

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Hamas has denied any involvement. In a separate development, Israel

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launched more than 30 air strikes into the Gaza Strip overnight in

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response to rockets being fired into Israel.

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Preparations for a funeral that is really sort they would not see. As

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news spread that the three missing teenagers had been found dead, the

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morning began. Israel has vowed refuges and for the killing of

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Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach. These candles were

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laid out and spell out the names of the dead Israelis. And we are close

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to the popular hitchhiking spot where they were last seen alive, but

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driving in this direction for ten minutes, you reach a field by the

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Palestinian village outside Hebron where the grim discovery of their

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bodies was made. Over two weeks, the Israeli army searched for the

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teenagers and Palestinian anger grew. Six Palestinians were killed

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in clashes, Hamas already Israel's sworn enemy has been its main

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target. TRANSLATION: The Israeli occupation is trying to utilise this

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story to justify aggression against Palestinian people and its

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resistance. We stress the threat does not scare Hamas nor its

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leadership or the Palestinian people. But political pressure is

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being heaped on the Palestinian secular president. He is being told

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to choose between peace with Israel and his unity deal with Hamas. For

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three Israeli families, this has been a deep tragedy, but with other

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Israeli actions expected, it is also likely to have dramatic implications

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for politics and the peace process. Now a look at some of the day's

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other news. At least 18 people have been killed

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in an explosion at a market in Maiduguri in north-eastern Nigeria.

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The explosives were reportedly hidden in a vehicle carrying

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charcoal. No group has said it carried out the attack, but

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Maiduguri is the epicentre of the violent campaign waged by militant

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group Boko Haram. Hundreds of thousands of

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demonstrators have marched through the streets of Hong Kong in one of

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the biggest protests since the former British colony was handed

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back to China 17 years ago. They demanded democratic reforms and a

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greater say in electing the next chief executive.

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One of the favourites to win the women's singles title at the

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Wimbledon tennis championships, Maria Sharapova of Russia, is out of

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this year's tournament. In a thrilling finish to the match, she

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was beaten by the number nine seed Angelique Kerber of Germany 7-6,

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4-6, 4-6. Angelique Kerber of Germany 7-6,

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4-6, -- 6-4. The Russian President Vladimir Putin

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says Russia, along with what he called its European partners, failed

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to persuade the Ukrainian president to extend a cease-fire. The

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Ukrainian authorities have launched a full scale military operation in

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the east of the country. Mr Putin has said Moscow will continue to

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defend the interests of ethnic Russians abroad and that President

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Poroshenko now bears full responsibility for the assault

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against the rebels. And he says Moscow will continue to defend the

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interests of ethnic Russians abroad. Since the end of the cease-fire

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earlier today, four people have been killed and five wounded when a

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civilian bus came under fire in Kramatorsk in Eastern Ukraine. The

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BBC's Oleg Boldyrev sent this report from there.

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This hole in the wall is one of the first results of the resumed

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shelling by the Ukrainian army in eastern Ukrainian town of

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Kramatorsk. The first shelling started yesterday night, on Monday

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night. The residents told me they had heard the sound of shelling.

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They had the time to go into the basement. There were three or four

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waves of shelling. As you could see, the walls are pockmarked, windows

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blown out. Some of the balconies are missing. Here, it seems, there were

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no casualties. But this was not the only shooting. Then, on Tuesday

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morning, some of the shells landed just outside of me. And I was told

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that some people in the passenger bus were killed.

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The world's biggest cycling circus gets underway here in Britain on

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Saturday. The Tour de France will spend two days in the north, in

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Yorkshire, before ending the third stage of the race in London. The

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riders will be competing on roads increasingly used by home-grown

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cyclists, in a sport that's gaining popularity. But according to a BBC

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poll, half of all British adults feel their local roads are too

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dangerous to cycle on. Jo Black reports from Cambridge.

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Britain's roads can be a dangerous place for cyclists. An accident is

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about to happen, but it is still a shock. The cyclist was all right.

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The rider has an incredibly lucky escapes here. Wow! Every year,

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around 19,000 like lists are killed or injured on Britain's roads and it

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is not just the daily clash between drivers and cyclists that is to

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blame. The roads are battle scarred and riddled with potholes. And Paul

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commissioned by the BBC has found more than 50% of the dish adults are

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too frightened to cycle on local roads because they believe they are

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too dangerous. The Tour de France starts in Leeds this weekend and

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will roll through Cambridge right along this route. This BBC survey

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suggests that 20% of us feel inspired to take up cycling because

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of the race being here, but is getting on a bike too dangerous?

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People need to take responsibility for what they do on their bike. Not

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enough understanding between cyclist and cards. But in Cambridge, with

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the cycle paths, it makes it easier. This weekend, the professionals will

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show off their cycling progress, but when they are gone, the rest of us

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will have to have our wits about us when we get back in the saddle.

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Some breaking news from Wimbledon. The number one man's seed, Rafael

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Nadal, has been beaten by 19-year-old from Australia, the

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first time since 1992 the world number one has been beaten by

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someone outside the top. This just after telling you that Maria

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Sharapova is also out. The leader of the Islamist militant

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group that's seized control of parts of Iraq and northern Syria has

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called on Muslims everywhere to travel to the area and help build an

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Islamic state. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of ISIS, also called on his

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fighters to avenge wrongs committed against Muslims worldwide.

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Meanwhile, the UN has said nearly 2500 Iraqis died in June, making it

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the country's most deadly month in seven years. And in the capital,

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Iraqi politicians failed to elect a speaker as the parliament's first

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meeting since elections in April ended in deadlock. Paul Adams

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reports from Baghdad. In the Syrian city, a stronghold of

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the SUNY militants of ISIS, another impressive display of captured

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hardware. Russian tanks here, possibly Syrian, but also plenty of

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American-made vehicles and guns seized in Iraq. Some of this

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equipment has been seen before on the streets of morsel after the

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Iraqi's army fleeing. There is a measure of growing confidence. There

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is even an apparent SCUD missile. No one knows if it works, but it seems

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to please the onlookers. And courtesy of social media, there is

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no statement from the elusive leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He

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urges Muslims to come and join the new Islamic state, Syria not for

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Assyrians, Iraq not what Iraqi is, the land for all Muslims, also

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issuing a call for judges, doctors and engineers, even those with

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management skills. Enough you might think to concentrate minds back in

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the Iraqi capital Baghdad, but the session of Parliament today, the

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first since April elections, was over before it began. The knives are

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out for the Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, but he is clinging on

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with no obvious successor. As the searing summer heat faded, I find

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some former soldiers, including a general in Sadam Hussein's army,

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pondering the future and parliament's failure. TRANSLATION:

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In the middle of this crisis in Iraq, they should not be fighting

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amongst themselves, but coming together to find a solution. They

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all say they are ready to fight, but looking for leadership and right

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now, in Iraq, that is in short supply.

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Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared

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his candidacy for the presidential election in August.

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He's tipped to win the poll despite a turbulent year that saw

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unprecedented protests against his rule.

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The election will be the first time Turks will choose

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from Regent's University London. analyst Elif Toker-Turnalar

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A will he want more powers to go with the role of president, do? He

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does see himself as quite invincible. 12 years of winning

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general elections, local elections. The government has done extremely

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well when you look at how they have come from where they are to today.

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And Recep Tayyip Erdogan was put forward the idea that this was a

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train and we will get off on the stock when we need to. And it seems

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that he has got to the stop which does not look very promising for the

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Turkish Republic. There are reasons to believe that there are some

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changes in their process. You made the point he keeps winning

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elections. Despite the spark protests and leaks that appear to

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damages government, he has got a lot of banking, especially from rural

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Turkey. What will he uses extra powers as president to do, if he

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gets them? He is interested in internal politics. It is not about

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what is going on outside. He has clearly shown that, too. He believes

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this is the right thing to be doing. For the first time, they see him as

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the leader that this thinking of them rather than showing Turkey as

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being something else to the outside world. This internal political

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turmoil of the last year, with the protests in the park, the

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allegations of close connections has in government, including government

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ministers and their family, have not had that much of an impact on the

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local elections that he had just recently. Looking at what happened

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in the local elections, when I talk to Turks, look at what is going on

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on the ground, they say that local is quite different to the

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presidential elections and there needs to be a check and balance, so

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we could be surprised by what the Turkish electorate actually does try

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to do. The other key development is the Turkish hostages being held as

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the ISIS militants have swept across Iraq. Any developments on that?

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People are still waiting to hear, but Turkey has not really trying to

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do anything on the international stage about this. It has been quite

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close doors when it comes to talking to the press in Turkey. But we are

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told that any day now we might hear some good news, which is concerning,

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why this is not being talked about in the press in Turkey. Thank you

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very much for coming in. To Brazil now and just eight games

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remain to decide the destination Ben Brown joins us from Rio de

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Janeiro. It is very tense. It looks like going to penalties. Argentina

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being held by Switzerland. As the game goes on longer and longer, both

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sides getting exhausted and fatigue setting in. The game is getting more

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stretched. Argentina, even with Lionel Messi, cannot find their way

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through the Swiss defence. They are watching it down on Copacabana

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beach, mostly Argentina fans. Some wonderful scenes as usual as they

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watch the big screen with the sun beating down and the waves lapping.

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Our correspondence is down there with some of the fans. This is an

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area for people relaxing on the beach, sitting and watching the

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match. We have seen lots of people getting up and going for a bit in

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the ocean after the second half. It is a bit of a luxury watching full

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all down here. -- football. They have claimed the territorial,

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putting up posters of Argentina right next to the fan Festival. I

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have not managed to tear any of the fans away from the screen, they are

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all concentrating on watching the final moments of the match against

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Switzerland. The expected this match to be easier. It is very gripping.

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It is still 0-0. They are looking at another penalty shoot out happening

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in the next few minutes. It would be one of the great World Cup upsets if

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Switzerland where to beat Argentina today. The winners of this match

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will play in the quarterfinals the winners of the next match, which is

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the USA, going so well in this tournament, against dodgem. Packed

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with stars from the English Premier League. -- against Belgium. I have

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been talking to Alexey Lal as, who was a star for the US in the 1994

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and 1998 World Cup. The US are looking at the scheme as a game that

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they can win. They are using this incredible support from home that

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has amassed over the tournament. Sometimes you're insulated as a

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player, but they are feeling it that people back home are watching,

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people care, there was incredible passion, and this soccer army that

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has been for so long underground has, above ground and it is

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incredibly supportive. Interesting to see the TV audiences in the USA

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for these World Cup games. They are through the roof. Millions watching

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it now. The game there is beginning to take off. It is still 0-0 Queen

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Argentina and Switzerland and looks like going to penalties. The fans

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down there could not tear themselves away to talk to us. They are so

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intent on watching a thrilling game. Ben Brown, leaving us on

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tenterhooks. Thank you very much. What would you you pay

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for a bed that looks like this? It's full of stains,

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laden with cigarette packets? Well it's been bet that someone will

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pay ?1 million for Tracy Emin's artwork

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at auction today here in London. Simply called 'My Bed'

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the work was created by Emin, now one of the world's best known

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modern artists, in a council flat It's an example of the sometimes

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baffling high price of modern art. On the surface it's simply

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a shark set in formaldehyde. And even replicas of

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Marcel Duchamp's famous Fountain - a urinal laid on its back

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and signed - have been known to sell

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for more than ?1 million. So perhaps this price wasn't so

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surprising, even for an unmade bed. We will have to watch for that. A

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reminder of the main news now. Thousands of Israelis have taken

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part in ceremonies for three teenagers whose bodies were

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discovered in the occupied West Bank on Monday. They were buried

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side-by-side at a ceremony attended by the prime minister, Benjamin

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Netanyahu. Reprisals have been promised against how mass, but how

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must the miserly involvement in the killings. And the number one men's

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seed at Wimbledon Rafael Nadal has been beaten in the fourth round by a

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19-year-old is brilliant. This is the first time since 1992 that the

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world number one at Wimbledon has been beaten by someone outside the

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top 100. This, on the day that Maria Sharapova went out of Wimbledon. It

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has been a day of sporting upsets. You can talk about this on Twitter.

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That is all from the team. Thank you for watching. Goodbye.

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Even warmer weather for some of us as the week goes on. For others,

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prepare for rain. The bulk of the UK will stay dry with sunshine with

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temperatures rising a few degrees. In the North of Scotland we get

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closer to these weather fronts which will have some rain coming in and

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when strengthening, with

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