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

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Our top story. The ongoing violence in Missouri

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after police kill an unarmed black teenager.

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An independent autopsy suggests Michael Brown was in a defensive

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position when he was fatally wounded. At least six shots, could

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be more, but at least six. Kurdish forces in northern Iraq move

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to retake the strategic Mosul dam from Islamic militants -

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but not without a battle. While we have been here, couple of

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artillery rounds have, over, there are still some fight left in the

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Islamic State. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

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hints he'll be leaving the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where

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he's been holed up for two years. And we visit a lawless border town

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in Myanmar, which has become a mecca for Chinese gamblers and traders

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in endangered wildlife. Hello and welcome.

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We start in the US where lawyers for the family of a black teenager

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killed by police, say an independent autopsy confirms he was shot at

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least six times, twice in the head. It comes after more than a week

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of violent protests. This was the scene on Sunday night,

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prompting the Governor of Missouri to extend the curfew and deploy

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the US National Guard, a reserve military force, to Ferguson in

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St Louis to try to restore order. 18 year old Michael Brown was

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unarmed when he was killed by a white police officer on 9th

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August following an altercation His family are demanding

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the immediate arrest Our correspondent Aleem Maqbool

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reports from Ferguson. Chaos once again on the streets of

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Missouri. Please use tear gas and sound bombs to clear protesters.

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There was a curfew in place of the midnight. The trouble started much

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earlier. People in Ferguson say that they feel under siege and would not

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stand for it. I am going nowhere, I am going to hospital right now but I

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will be back tomorrow. This would be very calm if it was not like police,

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acting like were coming here to attack us. Unlike other times when

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the police acted first against peaceful protesters, this time it

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was clear that some on the streets had a plan to make trouble. The

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authorities say that they are now going to deploy troops in the town.

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It started with prayers and messages. Of peace and justice. It

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took a very different tone, after dark. Molotov cocktail 's were

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thrown. There were shootings. Looting. Vandalism. And other acts

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of violence. It has been more than a week of violence since police shot

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dead Michael Brown, who was 18 and unarmed. Police say they have video

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showing in being aggressive and stealing cigars, shop, but they said

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the officer who killed him was not aware of the robbery. His family

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said they did not trust the police and have commissioned their own

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postmortem, which proves he was shot multiple times. He was shot at least

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six times. The other critical point that I want everyone to be clear on,

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the arm is a very mobile part of the body, so it could have occurred when

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he was putting his hands up. When I put my hand up you could see were

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that wound is at. It could have been when he was crossing his arms in a

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defensive manner, we don't know. Many have been critical of the

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tactics used by police since the shooting. The hope is that troops

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from the National Guard will restore calm, but local people, who say that

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they have been discriminated against for years, will feel all the more

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antagonised. In the last few minutes we have had an update. The official

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autopsy revealing that Michael Brown was shot 6-8 times. This is

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accounting to the county medical examiner, saying that the autopsy

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showed that he was hit in the head and the chest. Just one more line to

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bring you, that has just happened in the last couple of minutes. There

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has been an announcement from the governor of Missouri, that the

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curfew for Monday night that we mentioned, has now been lifted. This

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is very much a developing story. Let's get some opinion and analysis.

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Joining me from Washington DC is the writer and blogger Garfield Hylton.

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What is your reaction to the family autopsy revealing that he was shot

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six times, and now confirmation from the official examiner that he was

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shot, 6-8 times. I believe that is backed up what we have been told all

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along, the three or four eyewitness accounts of Michael Brown been shot

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all said the same thing, that he was in a defensive posture, he was not

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doing anything at the time. There were cases or of shell cases being

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35 feet away from the body. Now we can see that he was shot 6-8 times,

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twice in the head, and we have found on a couple of minutes ago that he

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was also shot in the chest. They have given us three or four

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variations as to what has happened, and eyewitness reports have backed

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up the autopsy reports. I am not sure what remains to be said at this

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point. Do you think the officer should be arrested? Yes, I do. It

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does not take 6-8 shots to subdue a person. This leads me to believe

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that he had an intent to kill. I want to get your reaction to how

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this has been handled politically by President Obama, particularly. We

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have heard from Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the UN, wanting

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restraint from law enforcement officials in Ferguson, and we have

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not heard from President Obama since last Wednesday or Thursday. Do you

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think he should be saying more? I read the written statement he

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released and I saw the speech he did and I thought that the soft sold it.

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True, Rand Paul, his anger was more about big governance and the

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militarisation of the police, but he was able to say that black and brown

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men are being targeted by the police in America and locked up at a higher

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rate. Lots of people like to say that Balmer is everybody's

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president, but Michael Brown is an American and he was gunned down by

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the police. If you're that we should have had a much stronger statement,

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especially the people protesting peacefully, and the police are at

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Julie antagonising these peaceful protesters. -- actually

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antagonising. Some feel that the president has struck a different

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tone compared with the shooting of Trayvon Martin, and his reaction one

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year ago after the verdict. But these are very different cases,

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involving two different sets of circumstances. The thing about

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Trayvon Martin, when he first spoke about that he said it was somebody

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who could have been his son. That created a lot of backlash among

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people who might have been on the side of Trayvon Martin, that was

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used against President Obama. And I think he must have realised that by

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him speaking out on Trayvon Martin, it had a negative effect, so he may

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have decided to play at a little bit safer on this Michael Brown

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shooting. Are you disappointed by that? I think that there are more

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things that he could have said, and I know that Rand Paul is not the

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president, but I feel I know that Rand Paul is not the

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Obama could have spoken out more strongly as regards the fact on

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black and brown men in America. Iraqi forces say they're planning

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an assault on the northern city of Mosul, a stronghold of

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Islamic State militants. It comes as Kurdish

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and Iraqi forces claim to have re-captured the strategically

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important hydroelectric dam just north of Mosul, a claim denied by IS

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fighters who seized it two weeks ago as part of their campaign

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across northern Iraq and Syria. The dam is essential

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for controlling water supplies and, if destroyed, as many feared

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the militants were planning to do, would have sent millions of tonnes

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of water crashing through cities Our Correspondent Paul Wood,

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travelled close to the dam There were US air strikes this

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morning, on either side of the Mosul damn. Fighting is still clearly

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going on in the area. The Kurdish and Iraqi military say that they

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have recaptured the dam complex itself. Special forces are checking

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for bombs and booby-traps. Who controls this lake controls the

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water supply for most of the country, and blowing up the dam

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could send a 20 metre wall of water towards Mosul, washing away a city

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of 2 million people. So the Kurds, the Iraqi government and the US

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could not allow the down to remain in the hands of rebel fighters. They

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are under strict orders not to talk about this operation. We followed

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the path cleared by the Kurdish forces. A few days ago, this road

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and the villages either side were in the hands of the Islamic State. The

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jihad would not leave easily. We reach a Kurdish forward artillery

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position. Just two weeks ago, Kurdish units were put to flight by

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Islamic State, and now they are supported by US air power overhead

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and are pushing them back. They are making steady progress, confident of

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the eventual success of this operation. Islamic State are just

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two miles away from this battery, they say. A ground rocket launcher

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is used to push them back still further. That plume of smoke behind

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me is a village that the Kurds say was set alight by jihadis as they

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retreated. The Kurds are confident they are pushing back the Islamic

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State, but there have been a couple of artillery rounds come at us, so

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there are still some fight in the jihadis on this part of the front

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line. The recapture of the dam, if confirmed, would be the most

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significant victory yet in the battle against the Islamic State.

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The fight for the city of Mosul will be much harder. But this is just one

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of many battlefronts against the Islamic State, throughout Iraq. We

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can talk to Professor Gareth Stansfield who has returned to the

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UK from northern Iraq. He is speaking to me from our Exeter

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studio. As we just heard, Kurdish and Iraqi forces are thinking about

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retaking Mosul, but that is not going to be easy. But they have been

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posted by Western intervention. Yes, the Kurdish forces had a very

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difficult time. They found themselves outgunned and

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outmanoeuvred by the Islamic State forces, but now the American attacks

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seem to have taken out the heavy armour of Islamic State and a lot of

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their artillery pieces, and the new abutment and ammunition that has

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come to the Kurdish forces as emboldened them. Now they are

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coordinating efforts against Islamic State going forward, but Mosul is a

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very large city in which Islamic State is firmly rooted, and retaking

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that'll be a very difficult task indeed. Give us the sense of Western

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intervention through air strikes, and arming the Kurds, and whether

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that is working. It is working up to a point. It helps them protect the

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Kurdish region of Iraq. It takes some pressure off the Yazidi

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population that had been subjected to genocide. But the removal of

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Islamic State as a political and military threat, there needs to be a

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new articulation of what that means and what strategy will be followed

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to remove them. If you air strikes and encouraging the Kurdish militia

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and the Iraqi security forces is not going to be enough. What would

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victory looked like, what would be the end of the mission? I don't

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think anybody has actually said this, including David Cameron and

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President Obama. Beyond limiting the activities of ISIS, from the map of

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the Middle East and reinstate the borders of Iraq and Syria, to

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rebuild the Iraqi political process so that it incorporates all of its

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communities, including Sunni Muslims that had been marginalised, then

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that is an extremely big task, and one that nobody is articulating, but

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everybody seems to be moving towards. Erbil is the capital of the

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Kurdish region. If the Kurds manage to fight off ISIS, what is the

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ultimate reward, is it an independent state? They want to have

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the right to express self-determination in future.

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Self-determination can have a variety of outcomes including

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autonomy, a binational federation between Kurds and Arabs, or the

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setting up of an independent state. I think they will have to gauge

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carefully what the region and the international community will allow

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them to do, whether they will be allowed to move towards secession,

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whether that would be respected, but ultimately, if they feel that they

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can be independent and control their own oil exports, and the masters of

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their own destiny, then independence for the Kurds in Iraq is a very

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attractive proposition, but it still may be a little time off, as there

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is a lot of pressure from the Americans to maintain --

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Now a look at some of the days other news.

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The United Nations health agency is urging countries affected by Ebola

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to screen all passengers leaving international ports,

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The World Health Organisation says anyone suspected of having the virus

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Israeli troops have demolished the homes of two Palestinians

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suspected of murdering three Israeli teenagers.

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The killings triggered the latest conflict in Gaza.

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The demolition comes as Israeli and Palestinian negotiators continue

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A ceasefire in Gaza is due to expire in just under three hours.

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The Pakistan opposition party led by Imran Khan has announced that

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its members will resign their seats in the national

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parliament to try to force the prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, to quit.

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The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party says last year's national

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The Ukrainian authorities say a convoy of refugees has been hit

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by fire from mortars and Grad rocket launchers

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in the rebel-controlled region of Luhansk, killing many civilians.

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The rebels said they do not have the military capability to conduct

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The incident is said to have happened near the village

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of Novosvitlivka near the rebel held city of Luhansk,

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which is reported to be surrounded by Ukrainian troops.

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On the line from Donetsk, a city also controlled by

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pro-Russian rebels, is Andrew Kramer a reporter at the New York Times.

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Thank you very much for being with us. Do you have any information

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about this refugee convoy that appears to be hit? Thank you for

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having me on. The Ukrainian military is saying that rebels fired rockets

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at a convoy of minibuses carrying women and children out of Lou Hants.

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The sceptic test government here denies that they did this and denies

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that the incident occurred, there was no shelling of a convoy and

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unfortunately it has taken place in a part of the battlefield here that

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is inaccessible and there has not been any independent confirmation

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either way. That seems to be the problem with reporting on Ukraine,

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you get complete denials and contradictions coming from both

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sides. Something that cannot be denied is the humanitarian crisis

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that is happening in the Hants and Donetsk as well. That is right.

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Things are very dire in this region now. There are long lines for water

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and bread and people have to wait for four hours in the morning to

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pick up water and there is no electricity and the hospitals are

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packed and in the maul the electricity has cut off with the

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refrigeration is all. Despite the hardships the main problems faced by

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people here is the shelling in the city which is causing great

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difficulty to them. The bigger issue of ending the war is really what the

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people here say that they need. Many thanks for talking us -- talking to

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us from Donetsk. The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

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says he will leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London soon,

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after living there for two years. Mr Assange sought refuge

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in the embassy as part of a bid to That's where he's wanted

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for questioning over allegations Back in the limelight again, Julia

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Assange after 26 months in this gilded confinement. As rumours of

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ill health 's world, was he planning to leave, the world wanted to know,

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his spokesman had indicated that he was. I am leaving the embassy soon.

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There is nothing else. A man who made his career out of exposing

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state secrets was less than forthcoming when asked to direct

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questions about himself. None of us are any the wiser about how this

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extraordinary saga will end. Julian Assange first made headlines in 2010

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when Wikileaks published military document and he says he fears being

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extradited to the States to face trial but it is to Sweden he faces

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extradition after allegations of assault were made by two women there

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and he denies the allegations. An international arrest warrant was

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made in November 2010. He made a series of appeals against

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extradition which he eventually lost. He has been under constant

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guard since seeking refuge there at this embassy and he was later

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granted asylum. Police are poised to arrest him the moment he steps out.

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The police operation has so far cost ?6.4 million, most of it in police

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salaries, with a further ?1.1 million in extra costs. If I was his

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lawyer I would advise him to leave and face justice in Sweden. There is

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nothing he can achieve illegally by waiting any further and there is

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nothing he can achieve diplomatically either. The only way

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to resolve this is to face justice in Sweden. Inside the embassy he has

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a treadmill and a special lamp that mimics sunlight but what he does not

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seem to have is an exit strategy. Myanmar has a long history

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of civil war. Some of those past conflicts have

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left behind a patchwork Special Region Number Four, also

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known as Mong-La, is one such strip It's existed entirely outside

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central government control for more than 25 years and

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the area has evolved into a place Our Myanmar correspondent Jonah

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Fisher has this exclusive report. We are looking for one of the worst

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kept secrets in Myanmar. Our official guide refused to take us so

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we have hired motorbikes and heading deep into the eastern Bernie 's

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jungle. After half an hour of darkness, there are distant and

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Gerrish lights. It is a gambling complex aimed exclusively at a

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Chinese customers. Casinos are illegal, both in Myanmar and in

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mainland China. The 15 gambling halls here are packed. They are not

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all tourists. Look closely at the people wearing headphones, they work

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here, placing bets on behalf of clients back in China. The satellite

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dish outside makes sure that the connection never drops and that the

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money keeps coming in. Welcome to Mong-La, a Sin city state of

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gambling, prostitution and drugs. The dystopian consequence of a peace

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agreement signed 25 years ago. The deal saw Rebel fighters stopped

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their insurgency and in return at the Birmingham 's government gave

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them full control over a small strip of land along the Chinese border.

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There is no real law enforcement here so Mong-La and this market in

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particular have become notorious for openly trading in the parts of

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exotic and endangered animals. openly trading in the parts of

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filmed secretly and saw stalls of ivory, leopard skins, tortoises and

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snakes. That is the hide of a scaly anteater which is a danger to --

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Endangered Species Act its scales are used in Chinese medicine. Not

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far away we see some that are still alive, just about, their cages are

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outside a restaurant. If this is not to your taste the menu also includes

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black bear and Bernie 's python. These small Slue in a Mong-La is

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also shocking. There was no need for us to fill shocking -- secretly at

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the souvenir shop. -- this small Slue. A small tiger skull. This is

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about 1000 US dollars. It is thought there are fewer than 4000 tigers now

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living wild in the whole world. Though part of Myanmar, it is the

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relationship of Mong-La and China that really counts. At the moment

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the Chinese provide electricity and investment and every night bus-loads

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of thrill-seeking tourists. The government of Burma have very little

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influence. As long as a blind eye is turned to the gambling the weird

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world of Mong-La will continue to thrive. The German government has

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received an angry reaction from Turkey after reports that they spied

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on their ally. Such practices have been called unacceptable and the

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German media have claimed that the foreign intelligence agency has been

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eased dropping on Turkish officials since 2009. German opposition has

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accused the government of hypocrisy because of its own anger over

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allegations that it was spied on by the United States.

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One of London's most famous landmarks is getting a wash and

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brush-up and, because that landmark is Big Ben, it's a pretty big

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undertaking. The clock faces on The Elizabeth Tower are being cleaned

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for the first time since 2010 and that means workers having to abseil

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down to carry out work on the Great Clock. Big Ben will still chime and

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keep time but the hands will be temporarily paused with the ongoing

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work. Each of the four faces are made up of 312 pieces of glass with

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the work expected to take up to five days. Many people know the landmark

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as Big Ben, but that is the nickname of the bell and not the name of the

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A quick reminder of our top story. The governor of Missouri has

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announced he is ending the curfew in Ferguson where there have been by

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lit clashes between police and protesters following the fatal

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shooting of the black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer.

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Thank you for watching. Goodbye for now.

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Hello there. For the rest of this week it looks as though we will

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maintain our wind from the north so there will be an edge to the breeze

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again tomorrow. It will feel chilly and there will be a mixture of

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sunshine and showers.

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