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I'm Nualka McGovern with BBC World News.

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Our top story - on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack,

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police in Paris shoot and kill a man with a knife

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The man was carrying an Islamic State emblem as he tried

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to get into the police station with a knife.

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Shocking images from the Syrian town of Madaya, under siege by government

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The UN says aid will now be allowed to go through.

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The Shanghai Exchange is suspended for the second time in a week -

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And we speak with the award winning South African artist

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Marcus Neustetter on a visit to the Museum of African

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There's been a shooting in Paris exactly a year to the day that

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Islamist gunmen killed 12 people in an assault

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A man armed with a knife and wearing a fake suicide vest was shot dead

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as he tried to attack a police station.

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Prosecutors say he was carrying a piece of paper bearing the emblem

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We can bring you some pictures. This is Place de la Republique. It has

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just gone 8pm in Paris. As they have done over the past year, they have

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left flowers, candles to pay their respects and remember victims of

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terror attacks in their city. That is here now from our Paris

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correspondence. In northern Paris today, the now

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familiar feeling of France coming under attack. Exactly one year since

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gunmen burst into the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a lone assailant

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armed with a kitchen knife. Just after 1130 this morning, he

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approached the police station here in the capital's 18th district where

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officers shot him dead. TRANSLATION: They told him to get back and he did

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but then he stepped towards them again. They warned him once more. He

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lifted his arms and they shot him three times. On his body, a harmless

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home-made device made to look like a suicide belt. And say police, and

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image of the flag used by Islamic State. Some eyewitnesses say the man

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shouted Allahu Akbar as he ran towards the police station. This

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time the only cos was the attacker himself but on the anniversary of

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the shootings at Charlie Hebdo, it is a reminder of the threat France

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still faces one year on. News of the assault trickled through the lines

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of police officers gathered at their Paris headquarters today. They had

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come to hear President: the paid tribute to three of their colleagues

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killed in last January's attacks. Hard to imagine that it would just

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be the beginning. TRANSLATION: We are now facing hardened fighters who

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have decided to kill even at the cost of their own lives. Their

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attacks are coordinated from abroad ordered by the Organisation called

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Islamic State. That is why I say that we are at war. Charlie Hebdo

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itself marked today's anniversary with a special edition aimed at none

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other than God himself. It is a pointed headline, the killer is

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still out there. Investigators don't yet know what links if any today's

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attacker may have had with jihadists networks, but amid this week's

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commemorations, Paris is remembering its victims with a sound of sirens

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once again bringing through its streets.

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Our correspondent in Paris Hugh Schofield says the timing

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of the attempted attack was significant.

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The timing was extraordinary but in retrospect probably no coincidence

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that all that it was just as President Hollande was speaking in

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the barracks of the police that this man struck in the 20 macro

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neighbourhood in the north. In fact when you look at the timing it was

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possibly extremely significant. It was 1130 when this man struck and it

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was 1130 exactly a year ago that they Kouachi brothers appeared and

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launched their attack with all that followed that we know. It was a

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reminder of how precarious things still are. This was an attack of a

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completely different nature, obviously from the Charlie Hebdo

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attacks and also the November 13 attacks which were planned and

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involved large numbers of people. This was a lone figure, he might

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have had some accomplices but pretty feeble, the most he could have

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expected that it was perhaps kill one police officer before being

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killed himself. He did not succeed in any of that but it is a reminder

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that Jihadism and the threat calls in all cases from the very big

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coordinated attacks to this which may just have been something which a

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lone figure cooked up by himself under the influence of all the

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propaganda coming out of Syria. Michel Platini has said

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that he is withdrawing his bid to become the next president of FIFA

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- the governing body of world Platini's bid to take football's top

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job had been put on hold because of a payment he received

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from current president, Both men were initially suspended

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by FIFA for 90 days before being banned for eight years last

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month for a conflict of interest over the $1.35 million payment -

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which is also the subject of a criminal investigation

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in Switzerland. He is appealing his suspension and

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insists he has done no wrong. The United Nations says it's taking

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action as a terrible humanitarian crisis is worsening on the border

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between Syria and Lebanon. It says the Syrian government has

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agreed to allow humanitarian aid to the besieged town of Madaya

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where people are reported There've been urgent calls in recent

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days for aid to be allowed in. People are also reported to be

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eating grass to survive in the government-held Foah

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and Kefraya, in the north-west. Our Middle East correspondent

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Jim Muir reports. You may find some of the pictures

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in his report distressing. This is the grim result of a siege

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that has gone on for six months, with no food at all reaching the

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town of Madaya since October. This little boy give his name is

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Muhammad. We believe these pictures show him talking to a doctor

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recently. He said it has been a whole week since he had anything at

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all to it. What would he like most, he was asked? Something sweet, he

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said. You are not hungry, we are, shocked and angry man at a fighter.

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said. You are not hungry, we are, Conditions at the blockade town have

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got even worse with the arrival of winter. Back in October when the

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last food got in, things were already bad enough. We saw a huge

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lack of basic needs such as food, water, and medicine. We couldn't

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access Madaya or other areas since October 2015, so yes, the situation

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is extremely dire, we are very concerned. The plight of Madaya has

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prompted angry demonstrations by sympathisers in other rebel held

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areas further north. This man warned that if the siege of Madaya was not

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lifted, to government held villages besieged by the levels would be

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attacked and destroyed. That threat has been

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military commanders, under an military commanders, under an

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both Madaya and the two villages. Now the Government has given the

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green light for aid supplies to Now the Government has given the

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come in a matter of days but both sides will have to cooperate if it

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is to work. It's the worst bomb attack in Libya

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since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi. More than 50 people are reported

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to have been killed at a police Reports say hundreds of recruits had

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gathered there just It comes at a time when there's

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concern that Islamic State militants Let's get more from our world

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affairs correspondent It was in this former military

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compound in Zlitan that the huge bomb was detonated. At least 300

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police recruits who had gathered bomb was detonated. At least 300

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here in the morning were cut down in the explosion which was heard miles

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away. It the explosion which was heard miles

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bomber. TRANSLATION: This recruit who survived the attack said a

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bomber had driven a truck at high speed through the gate, and thence

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came the explosion. There were so many casualties that hospitals

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across the region, including here in Miss Rutter, were needed to deal

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with what is believed to be the worst bomber that in Libya since the

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fall of the Gaddafi regime five years ago. This morning, Thursday,

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we received a number of wounded from the police academy. TRANSLATION: The

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injuries range from moderate to serious and critical. The attack in

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Zlitan which lies near the coast not far from the capital Tripoli could

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have been carried out by far from the capital Tripoli could

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many Libyan militias or a criminal gang or jihadists. Fighters from the

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group calling itself Islamic State have been steadily expanding their

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influence in Libya. These pictures apparently showing an attack this

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week on a vital oil depot on the coast. And this, the aftermath.

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Several storage tanks containing more than 2 million barrels of oil

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still ablaze. Despite the efforts of local firefighting teams.

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TRANSLATION: I appeal to the national oil company and also the

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United Nations. If there is any kind of response, even if it was just a

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little help, as we are facing a disaster, environmental and

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economic. While it is known that so called Islamic State was behind the

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attack here, so far no group has admitted carrying out there is no's

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bombing which killed and injured so many police recruits in Zlitan. What

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is beyond doubt is that Libya's descent into chaos continues

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unabated. A leaked police report written

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immediately after the New Year's Eve sex attacks in Cologne reveals

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that there were significant numbers of Afghan, Syrian and Iraqi asylum

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seekers in the crowd that night. Speak like that is according to

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German media reports. It's not clear whether the migrants

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were involved in the attacks. Some 121 women have filed criminal

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complaints to say they were sexually And to get more on this story,

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let's cross to Viviane Teitelbaum in Good to have you with us. How are

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you seeing this story? What do you feel we really need to know? Well,

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first of all I want to say that at the European woman's lobby and women

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all over Europe are very concerned by what has happened, because it is

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really something that is shameful. It is an outrage, and sexual

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harassment or sexual crimes can never be a collateral damage to

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anything or to any cause, and so I think the first thing that is very

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important is to find the perpetrators and to punish those who

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organised those different crimes under different scenes. They have

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dropped you for a moment? What do you mean that these -- may I

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interrupt you? What do you mean by they may have been collateral

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damage? It has been said in that way by the Mayor in Germany asking women

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may be to back off and behave differently. I think we have to be

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very careful on that. Women today are in the 21st-century and should

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be able to live the way they want to live, day or night, behave the way

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they want to behave, dressed the way they want to dress. It can never be

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something that we put in danger today. We can ask women to live

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differently and we cannot say that it may be a consequence of any event

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in the world. Equality between men and woman is something we want to

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reach for in every country in the world. With this particular case,

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and Angela Merkel did come under a lot of criticism for her comments,

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code of conduct it was cold, what do you want to see happen with this kit

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next? We are beginning to get reports of some information or

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arrests being done. I think maybe the first thing is that we need to

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realise how important it is to fight violence against women, to see how

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important it is to react every time something happens. We know that one

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woman out of three in the world is over will be a victim of sexual

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harassment, sexual assault. So, we cannot on the one hand look cat that

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happening, not reacting, -- look at that happening, on an european

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level, to fight that violence against women but then on the other

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hand say it, this cannot happen, we look at this and then we feel that

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something is wrong. Yes, there are a lot of things going on that wrong

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regarding equality and the strategy against violence against women. In

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Europe every day, seven women die because of violence against women.

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With this particular case, as you have seen no doubt, the police chief

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and his team have said they need to rethink their strategy, because they

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were unprepared I think most would say for this incident, which

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happened in more cities than in Cologne in Germany on a smaller

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scale. Do you trust that the police in this case will be able to combat

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a crime like this in this context? Well, at this point, I would like to

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say yes, but they don't think any woman in Europe and probably not in

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Germany can at this point be sure of that, because I don't think police

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forces get enough training on those issues when women are assaulted many

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times, they don't have the procedure is, they don't have to deal with it,

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and sold to many times it is something that is disregarded. So,

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maybe the first thing to do here is to ask police to be capable of

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reacting and capable of acknowledging what is going on and

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then put procedures into place to be able to deal with it. Thank you very

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much. Those details are still evolving from a story which we will

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keep putting across. It has been another day, and the markets.

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China's Sokol circuit breaker mechanism was triggered for a second

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time in a week and this meant it was automatically halted because shares

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plummeting so quickly. It was all over today in 30 minutes. China's

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shortest trading day in history and the circuit breaker is triggered

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when stocks tumble below 7% but now there are concerns it may be making

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things worse so China says. Using the circuit breaker. So, what

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exactly has the global knock on effect been from China's problems?

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Tanya Beckett explains. Markets around the world were jolted after

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circuit breakers in China kicked in to prevent panic selling of stocks.

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It was the second time in four days. China's currency has plunged to its

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lowest level in 4.5 years. The news from China rippled through global

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markets, sending the oil price to a fresh 11 year low, then it $33 a

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barrel by Brent crude. All this has spooked investors and stock markets

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across Asia, Europe and the United States fell sharply. Add into the

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gloom the World Bank has cut its global economic forecast for this

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year. It blames the weaker performance of emerging markets.

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With US interest rates on the rise, it is the economists could find

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themselves caught in a choppy economic waters.

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A short time ago, that is a Business Correspondent give this analysis.

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Regulators in China announced that they would be suspending the circuit

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breakers as of January the 8th, tomorrow. Don't forget that these

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were first introduced back in December following the aftermath of

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a massive loss on the Chinese stock market. But it only really came into

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effect early this week on Monday, the first trading day of 2016. As

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you are saying just a few minutes ago, we saw very clearly what

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happened as a result of these circuit breaker mechanism is coming

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into place. I think they really made investors very anxious. Many trees

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are absurd that we just heard from reflecting those concerns and so

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those regulators there have decided to scrap them for now. We talked

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about this shortest day of trading, just 30 minutes. Will it have

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long-term consequences? I think what is really important to remember is

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what all this anxiety is telling us about how investors are feeling

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about the Chinese economy. It should not come as a surprise to anyone

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that the economy is slowing down. The Government has been saying that

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for some time and that it needs to transition from a manufacturing

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state led investment type of economy to one that is dependent on

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services. The problem is earlier this week, we received data from the

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Chinese economy saying that even the services sector is slowing down,

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earlier today the Government, the central bank, reduced the price of

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the currency and I think that has anyone concerned about what the next

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move is. The Polish president has signed

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a controversial law giving the government control

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over state TV and radio. Under the new legislation,

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senior figures in public radio and television will be appointed

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and sacked by the treasury minister. The EU's executive body -

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the European Commission - has expressed concerns over media

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freedom but the Polish government TRANSLATION: It is important to the

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president that Polish state media is impartial, credible and objective.

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The president has carefully examined all the proposals, views and

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objections that have been received by the presidency or published by

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the media. The president believes strongly that the state media as to

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preserve public mission. That is why the president signed the radio and

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TV law. Let's talk to Maciej Czajkowski,

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who works at Poland's public Good to have you with us. First of

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all, it is this set in stone or can it be appealed? No, it can't. The

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situation is really surreal, just to understand what does it mean for us,

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it is like George Osborne getting to decide who is going to run and

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published television and radio. Basically, we are facing up to the

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situation that cannot be changed at the moment. Obviously, all

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unfriendly journalists who are working for Polish television, they

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are expecting to be asked to leave. For our global listeners, or

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viewers, I would say, like a Finance Secretary or Treasury Secretary

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making the decision, as you say. How will it affect you directly, as you

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work at the television station, do you believe? Probably, I will lose

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my job and for another one, which is maybe not a problem... Let me stop

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you there for one second, you really think you will lose your job? Why? I

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think so, even if I will be kept, if they were asked me to stay, I do not

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wish to work for the television public broadcaster which is run by

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the Government directly. The only important thing and the most

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important thing for me. We are supposed to be a democratic mother

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and country and Poland is a fantastic country. It is a fantastic

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nation. I hope that Polish people will see what is happening really

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and they will put pressure on the Government, and they will need to

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make some changes. At the moment, we cannot appeal at all, no. Thank you

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very much. Speaking to us from Warsaw today on that new Law brought

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in by the Government of Poland. The award winning South African

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artist Marcus Neustetter works with light-creating massive

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installations in places where darkness is often

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associated with crime, poverty and his country's

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legacy of apartheid. He's been visiting the Museum

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of African Art in Washington DC, where the BBC's Jane O'Brien

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caught up with him. I'm like a scientist has discovered

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a new planet. On the surface of a new Korean. Most people visit

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museums were the objects on display, but Marcus Neustetter prefers

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playing with shadows behind the scenes. I am entering a space that

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has a lot of mystery unknown to them, and my mission is about

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exploring these imaginary worlds that reveal themselves. But how do

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you work with light? I feel that if we can interact and hold and

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facilitate and moved light around, we can take control of what right

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does. We can throw light in the air, or on the floor. The act of doing

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that really gets you involved in making the artwork. A winner at the

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2015 world technology award for art, Marcus Neustetter is trying to

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overcome negative perceptions of darkness and the very real danger it

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poses for people living in the dark. The notion of darkness is associated

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with not having light or power, power being literal and otherwise.

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It is actually a form of a lack of development or a fear factor that

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comes with it. Darkness and silence at places of uncertainty are usually

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associated with any sense of darkness, so I am dropping a little

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bit of light into it and it changes the interaction with people have

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with their context and hopefully the way they see the city. The idea is

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to help South Africans tell their own stories. There are pre-dinosaur

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footprints that are embedded in the ground and there is a museum that

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speaks of these predators were footprints and the dinosaurs and

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then kind of skips a whole timeline. There is this gap that doesn't talk

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about the kind of communities that are being ignored in that context.

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And so using this, he drew the dinosaur footprint and the youth

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group were performing a real dance and this links culturally

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traditional lead to the place. What you see in the image are kids

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wearing lights while they dance in the document. But darkness isn't

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always bad, for some it is even a commodity. To be in a place of

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darkness is actually a privilege. We know this ourselves. All the time we

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are looking at lights, advertising is flashed that you, it is fantastic

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to walk into town Square to be bombarded by light but to remove

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yourself is sometimes very hard, how do you teach people that actually

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being in that place is a good thing? Sometimes you shed light on it in

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order to show that the darkness can be good.

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Now, a reminder of the news that has broken. Michel Platini has said that

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he is withdrawing his bid to be the next president of Fifa. His bid to

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take the top job had been put on hold because of a payment that he

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received from the current President Sepp Blatter are back in 2011. Both

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men have been suspended for eight years by the Fifa ethics committee.

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You can find more on that story on the website. Just click on the sport

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tab. That is all from this programme for now. You will get the weather in

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a few minutes time. For now, goodbye for now.

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Good evening. It has been raining for days and days in the north-east

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of Scotland. A rain warning remains in force until tomorrow morning.

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That rain could see this weather font that is slowly moving north. It

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turns colder tonight. You could see a touch of ice and

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