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

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In the last few hours, there's been a serious upsurge in violence into

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and out of the Gaza Strip, as the UN Secretary-General urges both sides

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Gaza's main hospital is hit and at least eight children killed

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In the past half hour, Israel's Prime Minister has defended

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Out of control - a spreading fire at a huge oil depot in Libya prompts

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the Government there to plead for international help.

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stops international investigators from reaching the crash site of

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Most experts agree they were wiped out by a giant asteroid,

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but was their extinction a colossal case of but was their extinction

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We'll look at the latest theory about the demise of the dinosaurs.

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In the past 30 minutes, the Israeli Prime Minister,

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Benjamin Netanyahu, has said that Israel must be prepared

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He said that it would not finish until the goal of destroying

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the tunnels from Gaza had been achieved.

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The hope was for a truce to allow the besieged civilians of the

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Gaza Strip to mark the Eid festival that ends the month of Ramadan.

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But it has been another day of bloodshed, with

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a serious upsurge in violence on both sides in the last few hours.

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The compound housing Gaza's main Al-Shifa Hospital has been hit.

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And Palestinian officials in Gaza say that at least eight children who

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were in a nearby playground in a refugee camp have also been killed.

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The Palestinians blame Israeli missile fire, but the Israelis say

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that rockets misfired by Hamas militants were to blame.

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In another development, a mortar attack from Gaza on Southern Israel

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Martin Patience reports from Gaza City.

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In the main hospital in Gaza, the casualties are arriving. Among them,

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children playing outdoors. No street in Gaza is safe. There is great and

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desperation in this hospital. Many of the families of those children

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hurt in this attack are rushing here and many of them fear the worst.

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Caught up in a conflict he cannot possibly understand. This boy and

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girl were injured, in what Palestinians say was an Israeli air

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strike. Israel denies this, saying they were injured by a misfired

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Palestinian rocket. I was at home when I had a huge glass, says this

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man, I rushed out of the street and it was full of bodies. Earlier in

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the day, amid the ruins, they marked the end of Ramadan. This festival is

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supposed to be a moment of joy and celebration, but there was only

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bitterness and sorrow here. At eight Gaza Cemetery, families paid their

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traditional respects. But even the dead are not spared. The blast of an

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Israeli air strike on earth one body, which had to be buried again.

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-- and asked. More than 150,000 Palestinians have been forced out of

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their homes by the fighting. Most are staying at UN schools, but there

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were no gifts for the children, only desperation from their parents. We

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have fled from our homes and there is no Eid here. The situation is

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miserable. I do not even have anything to give to my son or

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daughter, we have nothing. The Israeli military continues to

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destroy tunnels used by Hamas to stage cross-border attacks. Israel

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says until the safety of its citizens is guaranteed, it has the

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right to continue this offensive. Bethany Bell joins us now

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from Jerusalem. We have been hearing from Benjamin

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Netanyahu while -- why he feels it is necessary to continue the

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offensive. Yes, he said that Israelis should be prepared for a

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long campaign, we do not know exactly what that means in this

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context, but what he did not do was to announce an expansion of this

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operation in Gaza. He said that the target remained taking out these

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cross-border tunnels that goal from Gaza into Israel, and in fact, this

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evening, the Israeli army has said that initial reports of an incident

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in which militants came up through those tunnels and exchanged fire

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with Israeli soldiers, they say a search is now underway, so, sketchy

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details at the moment about that incident north of the Gaza Strip,

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all of which will increase the support likely in the Israeli

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population for what the Army is doing in Gaza. As we were saying,

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each side blames the other for this hit on the hospital compound and the

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beach nearby. It'd create whose ordnance was involved? -- is it

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clear yet. We have had Hamas saying it was result of Israeli air strike,

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on a playground in which it says each children died, and on a

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building in the main Al-Shifa Hospital conflict in Gaza. Israel

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says the Israeli army says that these strikes were the result of

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rockets misfired by a listing in militants inside Gaza. So, both

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sides blaming the other. -- misfired by Palestinian militant --

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militants. With me is Rosemary Hollis,

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Professor of Middle East Policy Studies and Director of the

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Olive Tree Scholarship Programme Thank you for coming in. We have

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just heard that determination from the Israeli Prime Minister to

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continue for as long as it takes to get rid of these tunnels. Why this

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should eject -- what is the strategic importance? I do not think

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they thought the word as extensive as they are. Only when they went in

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on the ground, looking the stockpiles of rockets, the original

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intention of the Israeli opening of another round of warfare with Hamas

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was to get rid of those rockets, but then discovering they had another

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plan, which was to infiltrate Israel under the security fence that

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surrounds the Gaza Strip, they have got a stronger agenda the damage

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Hamas in military terms. I do not think Benjamin Netanyahu can expect

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any tolerance if he agrees to a cease-fire on human attaining downs,

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and will have been seen to have not finished the job he claimed he was

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starting. Is there a sense in which Israel has been wrong-footed by

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Hamas? In terms of keeping the rockets firing and there is a more

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extensive underground network than they thought. Mustard -- it was

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certainly politically weak at the start of this campaign because of

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the change of Government in Egypt. Which is increase the support behind

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Benjamin Netanyahu to crack down on Hamas. However, by Hamas showing

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that they can put up a serious resistance, they can do serious

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harm, they can disrupt the Israeli economy and that they have plans to

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try another tactic in the future, that will have rattled the Israelis.

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That is interesting about the attitude of Egypt. Because we have

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Ban Ki-Moon, John Kerry, saying we have to have a cease-fire, and on

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the other hand, they seem to be saying there might be some tacit

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support for hammering Hamas from other Arab states. There is a

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scenario for the future of Gaza, not necessarily one that the Israeli

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leadership has wholeheartedly embraced, but one seriously under

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discussion, which would involve the Egyptians and the Saudis, who are so

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Italy anti-Muslim brotherhood -- bitterly, but almost like to --

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definition they are against Hamas as an offshoot of the Muslim

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Brotherhood, they want to use this opportunity, much as they wanted to

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use the previous opportunity when Israel was at war with Hezbollah in

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Lebanon, to smash what they regard as a serious problem in terrorist

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terms, in terms of being against what the Egyptian Government and the

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Saudi Government stand for in the region. So, there are mentions of a

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wider power struggle, the Israelis find themselves with some backing

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from what they would call moderate Arabs in the region. The Americans

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are not the only players who can talk to the Israelis now. Does that

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mean that if there is to be any cessation, even if it is not close,

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it could be to do with the regional solution? The conspiracy would be to

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wipe out Hamas as the political authority in the Gaza Strip and

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replace them not necessarily Mahmoud Abbas, but Fatah elements, including

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those that Hamas posted in a firefight in 2007 over control of

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Gaza. Up against this scenario is the fact that Hamas is not just a

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leadership, it is part of the population of Gaza, it is embedded

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in the population. It is literally underground, which is what the

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tunnels are about. The population in Gaza once the Israelis to suffer for

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what they are suffering. Thus far, Hamas is doing more to hurt Israel

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than any of the people in Cairo or read, or indeed the West Bank. -- or

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in Saudi Arabia. The Libyan Government says a fire

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at a huge oil depot near Tripoli Airport has spread to a

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second tank and is out of control. The Government says

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the fire could cause a "humanitarian and environmental

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disaster", and is calling for The facility, which stores 6.6

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million litres of fuel, was hit The fire is still raging in Tripoli

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amidst the country's West cycle of violence in three years. These are

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the latest flames engulfing the skyline. A fuel storage tank struck

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by a stray rocket on Sunday saw firefighters battling the blaze for

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hours as ongoing clashes between rival militias continued. This dual

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storage compound as more than 20 million litres of petrol, gas and

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diesel. Libyan officials are warning of a potential humanitarian and

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environmental disaster. In the face of indiscriminate shelling, no one

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knows what will happen. Residents within a five kilometre radius have

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been told to evacuate. For two weeks, rival militias have been

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battling for this, Tripoli's International airport, insignificant

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cash cow for any group running it. There is not much of it left now.

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But the battle here is beyond controlling the key facility, it is

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a power struggle that mirrors Libya's divisive politics in the

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last three years. It is not just the capital, Lydia's second city,

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Benghazi, has been fighting its own war, entrenched in an ideologically

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divided. There are forces there now locked in a continuous battle with

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Islamist militants in the city. Militant groups calling for Shari al

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all are blamed for the daily assassinations and bombings

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targeting the military, police and activists. Most foreign nationals

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have now been told by their governments to leave the country

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immediately. Many worry that the cycle of violence across Libya may

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now be beyond anyone's control. Brigitte Scheffer is from

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BBC Arabic. We were just saying that this could

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also be an environmental disaster. It is not under control in any way.

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Indeed. This afternoon, a second storage tank was hit by a rocket and

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is now in flames as well. The Government have asked the local

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population within five kilometres to evacuate the area, because of the

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toxicity of the fumes. This second tanker exploding is certainly not

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going to help stop I think there is about almost ten tankers in that

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storage area, so if they all blow up, it will pose a real problem for

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Tripoli on many levels. And very hard to go in and deal with it when

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triply itself and the country is so unstable. And I do not think they

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have the resources to deal with a petrochemical fire like this, it

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will be very hard to put out. So, they are very under resourced, so

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this could go on for a while. They have over 6 million litres, it is a

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serious problem. It is tragic on many levels, because we associated,

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have associated Olivia with oil and massive oil reserves. -- Libya. It

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was spotted -- it was thought that the new Libya could at least rely on

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oil revenue. Yes, it is a shame that the oil industry has virtually

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collapsed. For a long time it was a provider and if holds Africa's

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largest reserves. Bay have gone from that to being one of the smallest

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producers of OPEC countries. Because of the ongoing militia trouble that

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they have had, other militia groups have controlled the terminals and

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there is still a negotiating process taking place to liberate some of the

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terminals from rebel hands. They have asked for international

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help to deal with the fire, they are looking for experts. In general, who

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do they look to? To Americans or European backers?

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In the past they have looked to the west, particularly France, England

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and the US, who initially backed this revolution and help them. I

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think the situation on the ground has deteriorated so badly on the

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ground that a lot of the embassies are closing or have closed.

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Everybody is urging their citizens to leave the country, unless they

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have a reason to be there. They have asked for international assistance

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without specifying who. More of a plea for help, I think. What they

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might need is technical assistance in dealing with this fire.

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They queue for joining us. We will keep an eye on that story.

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Ukrainian officials are claiming that data

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from the black box flight recorders on the Malaysian Airlines flight

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MH17 confirms it was destroyed by shrapnel from a missile blast.

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In their words, there was "massive explosive

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Fresh fighting - close to where the plane went down -

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has prevented international monitors from accessing

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the crash site for the second day in a row - despite assurances they

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Meanwhile, the United Nations human rights chief says

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the crash over eastern Ukraine could constitute a war crime.

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From the region, our correspondent Tom Burridge reports.

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On the roads through eastern Ukraine we saw families fleeing the

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fighting. Victoria and her grandson are crammed in their car.

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TRANSLATION: They are bombing houses, we want to stay alive.

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Off-white cloth is their plea for no harm. Where the smoke is rising, the

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city which they left. We saw Ukraine's army fire heavy

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artillery. For months, pro-Russian rebels have held much of the land, a

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conflict in which much of the civilians have died. Now the

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Ukrainian army is on the offensive. Misses as far as we have been able

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to go. There is fierce fighting in this part of eastern Ukraine,

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particularly around the strategically important city of

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Donetsk. It is Ukrainian government forces that have been making

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advances. Generally speaking in that direction, towards the crash site of

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flight MH17. The fighting prevented investigators and security observers

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from reaching the site, even with armed guards.

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We are sick and tired of being interrupted by gunfights despite the

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fact that we have agreed there should be ace is fire.

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But it appears the crash site is not the main objective for these

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Ukrainian forces. We want to take round and main roads to the east of

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the near risk, which link that important city to Russia. -- done

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yet. Meanwhile, life of those still here is anything but easy. The wait

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for essentials. The fighting goes on.

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

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And international court in the Hague has told the Russian government to

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pay compensation of $50 billion to shareholders in the defunct oil

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company Yukos. company, Yukos. The court said

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Russian officials under President Putin had manipulated the legal

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system to bankrupt Yukos. It said the company's former head, Mikhail

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Khodorkovsky, had shown signs of becoming a political competitor. The

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Russian government says the ruling The Liberian government has

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closed most border crossings to The disease has killed at least 660

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people in West Africa this year. Testing centres will be set up

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at the international airport and the few other entry points to

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the country which will remain open. The French government has said it's

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ready to give asylum to Christians in Iraq who have been threatened

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by the jihadist group, Thousands of Christians have fled

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from the northern city of Mosul after the Islamic State -

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previously known as ISIS - told them they had to convert,

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pay a religious tax or face death. Students who survived the sinking

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of a South Korean ferry in April have said they were repeatedly told

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to stay in their cabins They're giving evidence

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during the trial of the captain and crew members who face charges

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ranging from negligence to murder The Australian government has

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approved the development of what could potentially be

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the country's biggest coal mine. The government says strict

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environmental conditions Freak storms have struck the

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west coast of the United States. One man has died and

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at least fourteen others were taken to hospital,

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after being struck by lightning They were caught

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as rare summer thunderstorms swept This was the scene minutes after a

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violent electrical storm caused panic in one of America's most

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famous beaches. Emergency services responded to reports that several

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people had been injured by lightning. People on the beach said

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the only warning was when the sky suddenly darkened.

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I said, we should go inside, because I don't feel like getting killed

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today. And then moments later, all hell broke loose.

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It was the loudest under I have ever heard. All the mothers were grabbing

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kids. There was a flash of light and noise

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and it felt like someone punch me in the back of the head. It went all

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down the right side of my body, my leg locks and I fell over.

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At least a dozen people were treated at the scene. Most of those had been

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in the water when the lightning struck.

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They have been sent away, for the most part they are doing very well.

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There was the initial person who received some serious injuries may

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have been transported to a local facility.

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Of those taken to hospital, one has been critically injured and one has

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died. Helicopters patrolled the shoreline searching for more

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casualties. Lifeguards fanned out across the surf to make sure no one

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had been missed. The storm was a brief interruption on a sunny

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afternoon, but for at least one family, it meant that a date the

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beach ended tragically. Dinosaurs were wiped out

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by an asteroid impact when they were at their most vulnerable, according

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to a new international study which says the creatures were already

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suffering from food shortages, as The 11 leading dinosaur experts

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conclude the dinosaurs might have survived

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if the asteroid had hit the Earth a So their extinction

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65 million years ago was a case One of those experts is

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in our Birmingham studio now. Dr Richard Butler is from the School

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of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

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at the University of Birmingham. Thanks for joining us. Tell us more

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about the fact they were vulnerable at this particular time. Why?

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65 million years ago dinosaurs went extinct, and prior to that was a lot

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of intense environmental change going on. There were a lot of

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volcanic eruptions in India, leading to changes in climate, and also a

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lot of sea-level changes. A long-term fall in sea-level. All

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these things would have placed stresses on dinosaur communities.

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What we see in some of the large groups of dinosaurs are long-term

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declines in diversity or current over the last few million years or

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so prior to extension. These declines in diversity would probably

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have had the impact of weakening dinosaur amenities as a whole and

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making them more vulnerable to the effect of this asteroid impact.

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So if the asteroid had not hit then but hit a few million years later,

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dinosaurs might have been resilient enough to survive? For how long?

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It is possible. We cannot rerun the table history and look at what would

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have happened if it has hit at a different time, but it was certainly

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a very bad time for it to hit, and dinosaurs might have survived if it

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had been a few million years later or earlier, and I think if they have

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survived they would have been with us today. They were very successful

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for around 180 million years, and if you look at the last six to 5

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million years of Earth history, nothing has happened that would have

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been enough to wipe out dinosaurs. -- 65 million years.

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What would that have meant for us? Would we be here talking about

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this? It is a good question. If we look at

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what happened after dinosaurs went extinct, mammals were actually

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around for a long time alongside dinosaurs but they were never able

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to diversify. When dinosaurs disappeared, mammals undergo this

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explosion that ultimately leads to the evolution of humans. Dinosaurs

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had not disappeared, this may not have occurred and we may not have

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evolved. So we may all our very existence to this asteroid impact.

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While it was colossal bad luck for the dinosaurs, it was probably

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colossal good luck for us. Many species were weakening anyway

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because of environmental factors. Some people would say, they would

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not survive anyway. There was a decline that was well underway.

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That decline is only limited to a few groups of dinosaurs. If you look

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at dinosaurs as a whole, they seem to have been doing pretty good up

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until the asteroid impact. Some groups, large bodied herbivorous

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groups, they were in decline, and we don't know whether this would have

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continued. Are probably would not have been enough to drive all

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dinosaurs to extension. Thank you for joining us and giving

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us those ideas about dinosaurs who could have still been here today.

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A video of the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip

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Erdogan, scoring a hat-trick in a football match has gone viral.

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The Prime Minister, who was once a promising junior with a Turkish club

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side, showed off his skills during an exhibition match to inaugurate

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Mr Erdogan is standing as a candidate in next month's

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I think you can tell the goalkeeper wasn't trying too hard. IQ for

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joining us tonight, you can get in touch on Twitter.

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Plenty of showers around, and we will see some winds pushing into the

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north-west

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