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This is BBC World News Today. The headlines...

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Britain's Prime Minister urges parliament to back the deal

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for a new relationship with the European Union -

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but will it stop some of his colleagues from campaigning

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If we stay, Britain will be in there keeping a lid

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on the budget, protecting our rebate, stripping away unnecessary

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regulation and seeing through the commitment

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Trump cries fraud - the Republican presidential hopeful

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Donald Trump accuses rival Ted Cruz of winning the Iowa caucuses

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As the UN calls a temporary halt to Syria talks in Geneva,

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The fighting goes on with modern advances in the north of the

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country. The view from inside the Somali

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airliner which apparently suffered was the first question faced

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by David Cameron at Westminster, as he tried to sell his EU reform

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deal to those who believe Britain should vote to leave

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the European Union. Time is short - there's a key summit

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in Brussels in two weeks' time, and Mr Cameron would like to put

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the "stay or leave" question In his pitch to Parliament,

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he told MPs that the proposals are an "important milestone

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in the process of reform". But many of his own Conservative MPs

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aren't convinced that the draft agreement gives Britain enough

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control over its laws and borders. In a moment we'll go

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to Westminster and Strasbourg, but first, here's Iain

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Watson with the details. Government ministers

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face a stark choice. If you don't have anything nice

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to see about the proposed EU deal, If Cabinet Ministers

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are thinking of leaving the EU, they've been told to remain

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tight-lipped until closer to the referendum,

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or lose their jobs. But this morning, some big beasts

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were being uncharacteristically coy. I think the Pime Minister is making

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the best of a bad job. I think it's probably more or less

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what I said yesterday, which is that, um, most people

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looking at this will think Today, the Pime Minister set out

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to convince more of his MPs of the benefits of

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a new deal with Brussels. So, if we stay, Britain will be

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in there, keeping a lid on the budget, protecting our

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rebate, stripping away unnecessary regulation, and seeing

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through the commitment we've secured in this re-negotiation,

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ensuring that Britain truly can But Labour said the referendum

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was being called simply to deal with the problem the Pime Minister

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had with his own Eurosceptic MPs. The proposed deal from Brussels

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probably would have little As his own backbenchers keep

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telling us, the proposals from the European Council are simply

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tinkering around the edges. They have little impact

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on what the EU delivers for workers Even if most Conservative MPs get

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behind David Cameron here at Westminster,

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he'll still have to have any deal signed off by all the other

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EU leaders at a big summit And today, another Parliament,

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the European Parliament in Strasbourg, was having its say,

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and it wasn't all good news This former Belgian Pime Minister

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said he wanted Britain to stay in the EU, but some aspects

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of the deal, exempting the UK from further integration,

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would have to be redrafted. I think that is better than to do

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the opposite, and to destroy the idea of a closer union,

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because Britain has to stay. The next crucial date

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in the Prime Minister's diary Our Europe Correspondent,

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Damian Grammaticas, gave us Well, I think, if you took

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the temperature here, you would probably find MEPs,

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diplomats, saying that we believe that this is, as Jean-Claude Juncker

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said, a fair deal to all sides, so, for some of Europeans here,

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they feel that fairly big concessions may have been made,

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particularly over this issue of limiting the access that European

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citizens who migrated to the UK and work there would

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then get to benefits. As the leader of the very biggest

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group in Parliament here said today, he's a German MEP from

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the same political party as the German Chancellor

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Angela Merkel. He said that the idea that European

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citizens could work in the UK, could pay taxes in the UK,

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like UK citizens, but not get benefits like them,

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was very difficult. And that's something that Europeans,

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committed Europeans, many of them here, find quite

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a hard idea to swallow, that there could be what

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they might view as discrimination, because they view that as contrary

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to the founding principles But the overriding view

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here was that, if this is a deal that can keep the UK in the EU,

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it's a deal worth doing. Here is Rob Watson with more on what

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this could mean for David Cameron. What David Cameron is having

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to work with is a sort I mean, the first problem

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is the kind of deal that you could get with the

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rest of the European Union, and let's remember,

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this is not a European Union sailing calmly along in a great

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phase of its existence. It has all sorts of other crises,

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over the migrants, over the euro The other problem is his own

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governing Conservative Party, which, as is well-known,

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has a deep strain of Euro-scepticism, people that

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want to leave the European Union. And then, thirdly, and most

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importantly, it's you and me and the 45 million eligible voters

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in Britain, who he is very much hoping to persuade,

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sooner rather than later, I mean, if you like,

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so far he's been tackling two of them, Parliament

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today, the European Union, the rest of

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the European Union over The next hurdle is

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the British people. We turn our attention to American

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politics now. The Republican Presidential race

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is getting even nastier. Donald Trump is accusing

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his rival Ted Cruz - the winner of Monday's

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Iowa Caucus - of fraud. Writing on Twitter, he said

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the Ted Cruz didn't win Iowa, According to Donald Trump,

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this was because Ted Cruz said that Ben Carson, another Republican

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candidate, was quitting the race. Earlier, I asked our correspondent

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Jane O'Brien in Washington whether we should take

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heed of what he said. How seriously is he

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actually being taken? I mean, that's the whole

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problem with Mr Trump. You never know how much is bluster,

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how much he really means, It is fairly typical behaviour,

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but I think the more interesting question is why is he starting

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to Tweet this now, when everybody That's the race that

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people want to focus on, not Iowa, which is

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now two days away. And Mr Trump is ahead in the polls

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in New Hampshire as well, he's got everything

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to look forward to there, He is very unlikely

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to score very well. He's not even coming

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close to second place. So it's a bit of a mystery as

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to why Mr Trump would suddenly this sort of inflammatory language

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at this particular point. And I noticed that he did send out

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a Tweet saying that the Cruz camp He quickly took that

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Tweet off social media. Is there any substance

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in that comment? Well, this all centres around

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allegations that Mr Cruz's campaign were telling voters that Ben Carson,

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another candidate, who had been doing quite well but has now

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really faded in the polls, Well, he hasn't dropped out

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of the race, but the inference is that his supporters perhaps

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thinking that would've then transferred their allegiance

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to Mr Cruz and that's why he won. Fraud?

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Possibly not. Bending the truth?

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A little bit. Jane O'Brien speaking to me earlier.

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Events on the battlefield and Celia have overtaken tentative talks about

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finding peace. The United Nations envoy has

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announced a "temporary Staffan de Mistura has been

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shuttling between the government and opposition

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delegations in Geneva. He remains upbeat and says

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the break is temporary. From the first day, I've indicated

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that I'm not prepared at all for talks for

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the sake of talks. And the Secretary-General

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is saying the same. The UN cannot allow simply

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procedural matters to actually become more important than actually

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the result for the humanitarian situation of the Syrian people,

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who have been waiting for us to deliver, this time not

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a conference, but something I've therefore taken this decision

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to bring a temporary pause. This is not the end and it is not

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the failure of the talks. Why?

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They came and they stayed. Not only, but both sides insisted

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on the fact that they are interested in having the political

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process started. Three, I have already fixed

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a date for the next talks, And it's the Syrian Army offensive

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around Aleppo that has generated Their advance would cut

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the main supply route Syrian state TV says the army -

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backed by militias - has ended the long running rebel

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siege of two Shiite villages With the diplomacy stuttering

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and the fighting gearing up, there is no end in sight

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to the plight of the Syrian people. World leaders hope to raise

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$9 billion at a donor But as Rami Ruhayem reports

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from the Syria capital Damascus, It's a run-down and dirty place

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to play, just a stones throw from the war-battered neighbourhood

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on the eastern edge of Damascus. These children take us

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into the unfinished building We're told there are about

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25 families living here, most of them have been

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displaced several times, and they actually have

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to pay rent to live here, even though conditions,

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as you can see, are really very bad. Electricity is a luxury,

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three hours a day perhaps I follow one of the

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residents into her flat. She's just lighting a candle,

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because they have no electricity. Apparently, the place is infested

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with mice and rats. She lives with her husband

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and five children. TRANSLATION: We used to live

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in dignity in our own houses. Now we are running

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out of charities. You know why?

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Because we lost everything. We escaped only with the clothes

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we were wearing. Not all the displaced

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live like this. We went to the western

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side of the city, Before the war, this

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was going to be a school, As soon as the displacement crisis

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began, the government decided There are currently about 90

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families here, but the number keeps changing, because people come

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here as a first step and they leave as soon as they find

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somewhere else to stay. It's clean and aid is

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close at hand. But the government

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and charity hand-outs don't make up Before the war, this man

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was prosperous with a large family. TRANSLATION: My 19-year-old son

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was killed first. Back at this flat, this child gets

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a lesson from her big sister. Despite their displacement, the

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girls still get an education and more importantly their family is

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intact, but they still live on edge. TRANSLATION: We are always under

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threat of eviction, the owner can kick us out when he wants. For most

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of these children's lies, Syria has been at war and even away from the

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raging battles they are still not at peace.

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It's reported that a rare case of the zika virus in Texas was most

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likely to have been passed on by sex.

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There's concerns about how much more quickly the virus could spread.

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Several governments in Latin America have already asked women to not get

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But in El Salvador, as in much of Central America, where abortion

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is illegal and contraception not widely available,

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that sort of advice may not be easily followed.

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Katy Watson reports from El Salvador.

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For these women, this is a rare chance to understand what options

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they have when it comes to contraception.

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But they don't like to use that word.

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In this deeply religious country, these volunteers prefer

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Some women aren't free to choose how they protect themselves,

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They hide it, so when they do visits, they focus on counselling

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With growing concerns about Zika, contraception and sexual health

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In theory, the government makes contraceptives

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But it's a very different reality in these poor parts of El Salvador.

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TRANSLATION: You go to the health centre, and they say that there's

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nothing left, or if there is, it's now past its use-by date.

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TRANSLATION: Most of the time, young people won't go

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The problem isn't just about resources.

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El Salvador is the most murderous country in the world.

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These soldiers are doing the job of the police,

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guarding gang-disputed territory hotspots.

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Women struggle to get their contraception if the health

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clinic is on the turf of an opposing gang.

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Down the road is a state-run health clinic, but ever since the man

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in charge was murdered last year, it has not been open regularly.

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It is not just about violence and accessibility.

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Nearly one in three babies here in El Salvador is born

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to a mother aged between 10 and 19. These are just young girls.

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Combine that with a conservative society, and open access to

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Which, for pro-choice campaigners, makes the government's

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recommendation that women shouldn't get pregnant

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Where is the responsibility of men to take an active role in this?

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Rape and incest are extremely prevalent, and to say those things

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to a woman, you should control this, when it is completely

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beyond your control, or to a young person who goes

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to a clinic trying to be responsible, and is told you are too

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young for this, you shouldn't be here asking for this,

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and humiliating them and denying services,

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But with so much unknown about the Zika virus,

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governments are trying to stop it spreading in any way they can.

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It's not easy for any country, but the challenges here

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A bomb is suspected to have caused the explosion aboard

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a commercial airliner flying from the Somali capital Mogadishu.

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One passenger died when he was sucked out through the hole

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A diplomat on board told us the explosion happened just

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I just saw white smoke and, you know, there was a few seconds

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I didn't realise where I was and then, when things calmed

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down, you know, of course we saw whole in the plane and,

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the first thing you worry about is, you know, can we really make it?

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But of course, after things calmed down, it was a lot easier

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At least take out the phone and take a few clips and things like that.

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You know, there was not that much turbulence.

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And of course we give credit to the pilot.

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A stricken freighter has been successfully towed into a Spanish

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port after its crew abandoned ship in heavy weather last week.

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The Modern Express, carrying timber and diggers from West Africa

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to France, has been towed into Bilbao after a lengthy salvage

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operation stopped it from crashing into the French coast.

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The ship's crew sent a distress signal when it started listing

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The BBC has gathered evidence that Israel is sending unwanted African

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migrants to other countries under secretive deals,

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which may be in breach of international law.

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The Israeli government refuses to name the third countries involved

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in the deals, but the BBC has spoken to people who say they were sent

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There are around 45 thousand Eritrean and Sudanese

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They've arrived in the country over the last ten years,

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crossing through Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula.

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This detention centre is in the middle of the desert. The people

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here say they came to Israel to seek refuge from conflict or persecution

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but the Israeli government has granted asylum to fewer than 1%. It

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says the migrants are become a threat to security and identity of

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the Jewish state. The government calls this an open staying centre

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but it is run by the prison service and conditions are strict. That is a

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curfew at night time and people have to report back by ten p.m., they are

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also not like to work and in such an isolated area there are a few things

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to do. If someone is leaving here, it means you have no freedom thieves

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stop -- you have no future. The residents can be held here for 12

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months. After that, the choice is stark, return home or agreed to live

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in a third country in Africa and, if they refuse either option, they

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could be sent to prison indefinitely. The BBC has spoken to

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people who said they were sent to Rwanda and Uganda and that the

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Israeli promise they would receive basic protections they are not

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fulfilled. One man is now in Kenya and was sent to Rwanda. Two days

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after he arrived he told us he was forced to pay a man called John to

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smuggle him into Rwanda. We crossed the border and I understand it was

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illegal. Cathy joins me in the studio.

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Fantastic investigative journalism there. Israel forced to admit this

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is going on, but by do they see migrants as a threat? As you have

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there, there are around 45,000 Eritrean and Sudanese that at the

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moment. But they have been coming in over the last ten years and between

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2007 and 2012 about 1000 came in every month. At this point, Israel

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believed this was a problem. And so what is good in 2012 was, first of

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all, it built the border with age at, a stronger border, which had at

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Matic effect in the numbers coming in -- Egypt. Secondly, it built the

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detention centre in the desert. Thirdly, the third country policy,

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offering migrants the chance to live in a different country in Africa, or

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they can stay in Israel and go to prison indefinitely. It is said it

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may be in breach of international law, what Israel are doing, because

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migrants do not have much say, but lawyers do seem to be in

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disagreement over that? It is not clear-cut, because when they arrive

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in Israel, Israel does not support them to their home countries, where

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persecution is feared, because that cannot be done and the international

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law. -- cannot be done under international law. But only 1% of

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asylum applications are granted. They are in legal limbo. They can

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stay under permits but have to renew those every two months. And they

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know they can be rounded up and taken to the detention centre and

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can stay there by 12 months by law, which is when they are given this

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choice. So lawyers are arguing that these layers of pressure put on the

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migrants add in some ways getting around that UN refugee Convention.

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And one of the other things is that the deals are secretive, so Israel

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has said there are two countries in Africa, they have been open about

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has said there are two countries in that, but never said or those

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countries are. As you saw that the board, we have evidence it is Rwanda

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and Uganda. And also board, we have evidence it is Rwanda

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testimony given to human rights organisations. The problem is,

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because the deals are so secretive, it is not open whether Israel is

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properly monitoring migrants in this country. And as you saw in the

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report, it doesn't appear to be the case that they are. Many thanks.

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

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South African President Jacob Zuma has offered to pay back

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some of the taxpayers' money he spent on improvements

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The decision comes a week before a hearing at South Africa's

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Mr Zuma used public money on items including a swimming pool

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The condition of an Italian actor left in a coma after a hanging scene

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went wrong during a play is said to be worsening.

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27-year-old Raphael Schumacher was appearing in a production

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in Pisa when an audience member realised he was in pain.

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after sealing the theatre at the weekend.

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Initial inquiries found the actor hadn't been wearing a body harness.

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Luxembourg, one of the world's smallest states, is promoting

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ambitious plans to mine asteroids for minerals in outer space.

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It says it hopes to work with European entrepreneurs

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to open access to a wealth of rare resources in space.

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The government says it will invest in research projects.

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A Chinese street artist is bringing abandoned corners

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Robbbb's work aims to highlight social issues in the capital.

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The BBC met up with him on the city streets to discuss his latest

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TRANSLATION: Street art is a temporary artform. I put my artworks

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all over the city and eventually they are destroyed, but this process

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is all part of my art. I am Robbbb, and urban artist. Street art comes

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from the West. But my art is a reflection of the China I live in.

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Old dilapidated buildings are a feature of every developing city.

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The ruins reflect the rapid growth of Chinese cities. The connection

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between my art and these abandoned buildings is that they don't know

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when either will be destroyed. These old buildings will not be here for

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ever. My art is also temporary. The creative process starts with me

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taking pictures of local residents. Then I print them out and make them

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more artistic and lifelike. This series is called Walking

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Chinese. It features people you meet every day on the streets. I am

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dedicated to portraying Chinese phenomena and social issues in my

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art. I want to express my views through

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these figures. And that is it. Thanks for watching.

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Many of us got to see sunshine during today,

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but our weather is in a very changeable mood at the moment

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and tomorrow looks like a very different day.

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Yes, it'll be mild, but there will be a lot of cloud

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and damp weather, some outbreaks of rain.

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It's all because we've got this warm front working its way

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