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This is BBC World News Today with me, Daniela Ritorto.

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The US says it's considering options to save thousands of people trapped

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by Islamic militants on a mountain in Northern Iraq.

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The options could include creating a safe corridor

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and airlifting thousands of the stranded Yazidi people.

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The British Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK will join

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We will continue to play a role to help these people but we need a plan

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to get these people off that mountain.

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Three days of national mourning is declared

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in Brazil after presidential candidate Eduardo Campos dies in a

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The dangers of the Alps - six French climbers die after bad weather

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And several people are injured after a train derails in

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You know how to whistle, don't you, is the -- Steve?

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Remembering one of Hollywood's leading ladies - Lauren Bacall has

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Hello and welcome - the international mission to rescue

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tens of thousands of minority Yazidis trapped

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The United States has sent 130 military advisers

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The White House insists the marines and special operations

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forces will not be engaged in combat, but hasn't ruled out their

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France has announced it will supply arms to Kurdish forces

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While Britain has Chinook helicopters on standby for

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additional humanitarian aid drops, with possible plans to use the

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Everyday the scale of the humanitarian crisis and of

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individual suffering for those fleeing the extremists in northern

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Iraq becomes more apparent. It has been a frightening and painful

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escape for those able to get away from the fighters of the Islamic

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State. There has been more relief from the air, a third wave of

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British airdrops of clean water and shelter kits for those exposed to

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the searing heat on Mount Sinjar. David Cameron is now back in Downing

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Street after his holiday, weighing up how far to go,

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Street after his holiday, weighing up how far to stepping up Britain's

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military involvement in Iraq. The first thing to do is to deal

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with this desperate humanitarian situation, people exposed, starving,

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dying of thirst on this mountainside, getting them to

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safety. It is Iraqi to the forces like these

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Britain and the US insist must remain the front line, trying to

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push back the extremists of the Islamic State. France is in our

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offering to arm them directly. Written says it will help them

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deliver but not supply wet -- weaponry. -- Britain. David Cameron

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stresses it is not a military intervention but a humanitarian one,

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something the Prime Minister says does not demanded the recall of

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Parliament. Tens of thousands fleeing the

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militants have arrived in Iraqi Kurdistan with little food and

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shelter. This is now their home,

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by a parched roadside half an hour's drive from the Syrian

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Yazidi men, women and children, all in one room

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For the survivors of Mount Sinjar, this is the next step

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No private space, no sanitation and no clean water to wash in.

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Most of the food and water has come from local well-wishers.

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This boy is the youngest refugee here.

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He was ten days old when his mother carried him

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His father says other newborns were slaughtered by Islamist fighters.

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He survived for seven days and nights on Mount Sinjar.

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His mother says he is sickly now and needs medical help.

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The young women here escaped the worst fate.

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Other teenage girls were taken to prison -

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the fear is, to be sold into slavery.

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As they have done for thousands of years, the Yazidi are helping

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each other survive, but it is hard to explain to the youngest here why

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they have been singled out for slaughter or why they will never

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see their home again, or their family.

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She is almost blind and was lost in the chaos when her

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She has no idea if her family are alive.

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The kindness of strangers helped her survive.

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The man next to her carried her down from the mountain top to safety.

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There are now 35,000 refugees from the Yazidi minority who have

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flooded into northern Iraq in recent days and weeks.

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They are adding to the numbers already here

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and the province has now grown to 400,000 refugees.

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Northern Iraq as a whole has almost a million

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displaced people fleeing fighting in Syria and other parts of Iraq.

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Most of them are living in places like this.

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Many survivors still have not found shelter.

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This family had to stop just outside a local town to

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They are cooled with a hosepipe by the local police.

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This woman still has milk for her baby.

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Many other women don't, too hungry or traumatised to nourish a child.

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The question is how much longer those on the mountain can wait.

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With me is Hamid Alkifaey, a former Iraqi Government spokesman, writer,

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journalist and friend of Haider al-Abadi who's been nominated as

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Thank you for coming in. We were just watching Caroline's report,

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tragic pictures of the desperation of people in the north of your

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country. The world does seem to be stepping up, are they doing enough?

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Clearly it is too late. They should have done this a long time ago. The

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examiner could -- Islamic extremists took over Mosul in June and for two

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and a half months people have been killed, people have been in the

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baking sun, and nobody has turned up. The Western world seems to be on

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holiday. It is too little too late but a lot needs to be done right now

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and urgently because people are dying right now. It was the Iraqi

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government's responsibility to look after these people. Yes, but it was

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bigger than what Iraq could deliver. The government needs the help of the

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international community because it is an international problem. ISIS

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come from all over the world, even Britain. It is a criminal

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organisation, a criminal gang, and it needs to be dealt with by the

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international community, Britain and the US. As we watch riches of those

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militants, it feels as though as that happens Baghdad is squabbling

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over political positions. ? We watch pictures. Elections in April were

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inconclusive so we had so many factions, election lists, so there

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needs to be a coalition government, as has been the case over the last

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two elections. The incumbent prime minister, Mr Maliki, thinks he is

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the person to be nominated to form the government. The government

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nominated Mr Albert that -- Haider al-Abadi. If he does become the

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prime minister, what will he do differently? He is a different kind

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of person, he is highly educated, he knows what a democracy is like and

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how to run things. He has experience in government, he has been head of

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the financial and economic committee in the Iraqi parliament. He is

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acceptable and highly respected by all Iraqi political groups and his

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nomination has been worked on by the US, Turkey, many other countries,

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and I wish him luck. Thanks for coming in to the BBC.

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The UN says the number of people killed in rebel-held areas

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in eastern Ukraine has nearly doubled in the last two weeks.

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The Red Cross says thousands of people are without access to

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But Ukraine's Interior Minister insists that

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a Russian aid convoy will NOT be allowed to enter his country.

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The trucks left Moscow bound for rebel-controlled Luhansk on Tuesday.

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At least some of the trucks are currently waiting in Voronezh

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until a final decision is made as to when or under what conditions

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For the latest update I am joined by the BBC's David Stern in Kiev.

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Are these trucks going to be let in? That is the big question right now,

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among a number of questions. What are on the trucks, in what direction

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are they headed, because it is not clear what their final destination

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is, and we have been getting various statements from Russian officials

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about the number of trucks, but the ultimate question is what will

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happen when they reach the border. It makes a big difference where they

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reach the border. If it is a point that Ukraine controls, Ukraine will

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insist that they can inspect the trucks and that the cargo is

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off-loaded and loaded onto other vehicles. If it is through an area

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that the rebels control the Ukrainians say this could be viewed

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as a hostile act. The question is what will happen and what will be

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the reaction by Moscow. Lots of questions there. We will keep an eye

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on the situation. Brazilian presidential candidate

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Eduardo Campos, a contender to in October elections,

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has died after the jet he was travelling in crashed in bad weather

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in the south of the country. The private plane was flying from Rio de

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Janeiro to the city of Guaruja, near Santos in Sao Paulo state. Reports

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say it was forced to abort its landing because of bad weather and

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then lost contact with air traffic control. It then plunged into

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several houses, sending a plume of smoke into the air. President Dilma

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Rousseff has cancelled all campaign activities for three days after

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receiving news of his death. Julia Carneiro joins us now on the

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line from Rio. I expect it is a nation in mourning

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and in shock. Exactly, yesterday everybody was seeing Mr Campos on

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television, he was doing an interview for the prime-time news

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programme here, being questioned about his aspirations and plans as

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eventual president of Brazil, and now this news. President Rousseff

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has declared three days of national mourning. She issued a statement

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saying he was a big and important political leader and politicians

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across the country are expressing their regret on social media. Mr

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Campos was a prominent political figure in Brazil, he had twice been

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governor of a state in the North East. He had been a strong ally of

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the workers party of President Rousseff and the former president

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Lula. He changed side and decided to run for presidency himself, joining

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forces with the former environment minister, so now he was the third

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candidate with the most intentions to vote according to recent polls.

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10% of voters had the intention of voting on him and there is lots of

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speculation about what will happen in the elections in a month and a

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half after his death. Unusually bad weather at

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the height of tourism season in the Six climbers have died on Mont Blanc

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in France, after they went missing on Western Europe's highest mountain

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in the midst of a blizzard. Meanwhile,

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a Swiss train has derailed after a landslide near St Moritz.

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Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva. The French climbers are believed to

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have been experienced and they had a guide. It is thought they turned

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back from the summit of Mont Blanc when bad weather closed in. They

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tried to reach an Alpine shelter, but never got there. French rescue

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workers say they fell 250 metres. Their deaths are the latest in what

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has been a very bad season on Europe's highest mountain. In July,

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six climbers were killed, and two more at the start of this month.

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This should be the best time of year to enjoy the Alps, but not this

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summer. Instead, heavy rain, strong winds, and even snow storms at high

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altitude are creating very dangerous conditions in the mountains. And the

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dangers caused by the weather are being seen across the Alps, in

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Switzerland as well. Torrential rain caused a landslide onto the railway

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line close to the resort of Saint Moritz. A train is derailed, three

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carriages leaving the tracks, one plunging down into a ravine.

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Passengers who escaped had a terrifying experience. TRANSLATION:

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We were scared and shocked. They told us to go to the rear of the

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train, and then to the front, but eventually, we were told to walk

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through the tunnel. After a massive rescue operation,

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Swiss police say six people were seriously hurt, five with minor

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injuries. But the fact no one was killed constitutes a minor miracle.

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A 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza is in its third day and due to end

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The two sides are meeting in Cairo, but so far, there's been no

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In Gaza, six people were killed as experts

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Amongst the dead were Simone Camilli,

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a journalist with the Associated Press and a Palestinian translator.

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We can speak now to Yuval Steinitz, Israel's Minister of Intelligence.

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Thank you very much for joining us here. What is going to happen in

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three hours? Well, the real answer is, we don't

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know. We are ready to extend the cease-fire, officially or

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unofficially. We already say that quiet will be answered by quiet. But

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with such terrorist organisations as Hamas, from the same family as ISIS

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in Iraq or Al-Qaeda, or Boko Haram, we prepare ourselves for everything.

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All possibilities and developments. But you won't attack first team

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approach no. We already said we are ready for any

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truce. We didn't want this round of violence in the first place. We

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accepted all the seven cease-fire proposals by the Egyptians and the

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UN. All of them were violated by Hamas. At least this one was so far

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capped by both sides. Let's wait and see. We have no interest in any kind

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of violation of the cease-fire. We are ready to extend it. Maybe more

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time is needed in order to arrange or to reach some understanding, some

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arrangements, and we are ready for a truce or a cease-fire, but of

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course, we have two also be ready for the possibility that Hamas will

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resume mortars or rocket attacks on our citizens, and then, of course,

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we will have to defend ourselves, as before.

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You say you will have to defend yourselves as before, but if Hamas

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is a terrorist organisation like you say, the same as ISIS and Boko

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Haram, isn't it Israel's responsibility as the state to take

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a responsibility here to quieten things down, not to retaliate?

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You know, this is funny. First, it is funny that you ask me if Hamas is

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a terrorist organisation. Let me tell you, you wouldn't ask such

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questions about Al-Qaeda or ISIS. ISIS is working in Iraq and Syria,

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Al-Qaeda worldwide. Why is Hamas different? It is the same ideology.

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A terrorist ideology. And by the way, Hamas is recognised as a

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terrorist organisation not just by Israel, but by the United States,

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Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom. So, first, I suggest

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you call it the right name, a terrorist organisation who in the

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past, when it was possible, sent hundreds of suicide bombers into

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Israel and killed 1000 Israelis civilians in the second intifada.

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Now, it is impossible to send suicide bombers from Gaza into

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Israel, so instead, it is launching rockets in Gaza into Israel. But it

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is a terrorist organisation, and this fact is recognised not just by

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Israel, but also by Europe and America and all the civilised world.

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OK, but how is this going to end? How will this conflict and in your

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eyes? You'll agree you ask me? Yes. You

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have to ask them. They started the conflict. They violated seven

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previous cease-fires. Unfortunately, this one, the eighth cease-fire, has

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been capped by both eyes. -- fortunately. The very fact you have

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a terrorist organisation armed with thousands of rockets in Gaza, which

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was supposed to be totally demilitarised, let me remind you,

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according to the Oslo agreement, there is clear Palestinian a

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commitment that Gaza and the West Bank will be totally demilitarised,

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what may. So the very fact that instead, there are thousands of

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Iranian rockets in Gaza and thousands of them already being

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launched into Israel, this is a very sad fact. We have to protect

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ourselves, as sooner or later, Gaza should be demilitarised again for

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the benefit of both Israelis and the people of Gaza. Thank you very much

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upcoming on. Many thanks.

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She was one of the last survivors of Hollywood's studio age.

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Lauren Bacall has died at the age of 89 in New York.

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She was known for her smouldering looks, husky voice,

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and her partnership - on and off screen - with Humphrey Bogart.

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She emerged as a star of the silver screen in the 1940s in

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the film To Have And Have Not, when she played Bogart's leading lady.

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David Sillito looks back at her life and career.

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Rarely has an actress made such an impact with her first appearance.

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She was 19, unknown, and playing opposite a screen legend, Humphrey

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Bogart. But this sultry blonde became an instant star, tough, wise

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beyond her years, but with an air of vulnerability, although masked by a

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voice that one critic said it sounded as if it had been smoked in

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thanks. The couple fell in love off-screen as well, and Lauren

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Bacall married Humphrey Bogart, 25 years her senior, in 1945. If my

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father should hear this! They had 11 happy years together before

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Bogart's death from cancer. In the years after, she was briefly engaged

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to Frank Sinatra, then married for eight years to Jason Robards. But

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professionally, she said she struggled to escape the shadow of

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Bogart. That is, until a stage musical, Applause, revive her career

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and brought more films such as Murder On The Orient Express. What

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is the matter with him? But she knew she would be most remembered for her

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first film, and one cinema's most famous lines.

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You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve?

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You just put your lips together and...

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Wasn't she sensational? I love that scene.

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With me is the film critic and admirer of Lauren Bacall,

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I just love that scene. Cannot watch it enough. She was 19 when she did

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that. No 19-year-old could do that now. Most 19-year-olds now, they

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look like children, but she looks the same now as she did at 19. She

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had the poise, the grace, it is one of the great screen debuts. But

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amazing that that is the first time anyone had seen her. Bogart fell in

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love with her, we fell in love with her, and I fell in love with movies

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because of femme fatales like that. She was seductive, hard, dangerous,

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but she also get this kind of water with her. The reason she is an icon

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of the old studio system is because they did not make them like that any

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more. She instructed this image and carried it with her until this

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morning. So I there is this kind of... We shall not look upon her

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like again will stop we don't respect celebrities in the same way.

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We take pictures of them coming out of yoga and carrying shopping bags.

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You never saw Lauren Bacall carrying shopping in the supermarket.

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So maybe part of her appeal was that she was of a different era, and

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maybe it is not the actresses these days, maybe it is not their fault

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that we do not see them in such a scene? What you think?

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I do think celebrity culture has led to everyone being a celebrity, so

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you can't differentiate between the truly great and the knot. Lauren

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Bacall in the big sleep, Key Largo, How To Marry A Millionaire, not that

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many pictures she made. You can reel them off. I loved her turn in Murder

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On The Orient Express, but it is that kind of connection that she

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had, how she was always talking. She was brilliant on talk shows. She

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would spill secrets on Marilyn Monroe and Dean Martin, Frank

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Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart. Just those words, anyone connected to

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that era, it is precious. I think that is why we her life. When they

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are gone, we just feel a little less connected to that Iraq, and it has

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kind of drifted off into the silver screen.

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All I keep thinking is, the phrase old school. She reminds me of the

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old school. You have interesting story about that.

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I was in Venice seeing a film she had done with Nicole Kidman called

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Birth, and a journalist next to me said, it must be amazing in a film

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to have two screen legends in a film. Lauren Bacall just went to

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nickel Pitman, she's not a legend! She's not old enough to be a legend!

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She is a beginner! Nicholl Kidman was like, OK! Lauren Bacall knew how

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to be a legend. She hated the word, funnily enough. I think there was

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some false modesty in their, because she grew into the part of legend and

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carried it with her. It is kind of an irony that all the headlines as a

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Hollywood legend, and she went to the grave saying, I hate that word,

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don't use that word. You could not use it in their presence, and that

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was partly because she used and macro they used it lightly

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sometimes, and she bought a lot of work into being a legend. Your

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favourite memory? That memory of the story with Nicole Kidman will stick

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with me. On-screen, today, I have been enjoying that scene you just

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played, and it is the sexiest line in cinema. Jason, thank you very

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much, sharing your memories of Lauren Bacall.

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It is a bittersweet day, but it is nice to watch all those old movie

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clips back. Thank you all for watching. , the

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weather. Hello. Our weather patterns will

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stay pretty unsettled over the next 24 hours. We have had quite a few

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showers around today, which will continue overnight, particularly in

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Northern Ireland, as this conclusion continues to push southwards and

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eastwards. This will provide the real focus of the heavy showers

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through tomorrow, particularly early in the morning across

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