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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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The UN Security Council unanimously condemns North Korea's long-range

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The accelerated development of North Korea's nuclear and ballistic

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missile programme poses a serious threat to international peace and

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security. Almost two days after the massive

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earthquake that struck Taiwan - a young man is pulled

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alive from the rubble. The Super Bowl is 50 -

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California prepares to host one of the world's biggest -

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and richest - sporting events. And in football's Premier League,

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Chelsea come from behind in injury time to draw 1-1 with

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Manchester United at Stamford The United Nations Security Council

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has strongly condemned North Korea's North Korean State

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TV described the launch Officials in Seoul claim Pyongyang

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is actually preparing The launch happened

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despite existing UN resolutions. Washington denounced

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it as a weapons test. Moscow said the move

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"undermined" regional security. And China, normally more sympathetic

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to Pyongyang, expressed "regret". After the emergency meeting,

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the American ambassador to the UN urged the Security Council to pass

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new, tough sanctions on North Korea. North Korea's launch yesterday,

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using prescribed a listing missile technology -- ballistic missile

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technology undermines regional stability and violates their

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obligations under four separate security council resolutions. It

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demonstrates yet again that the DPRK will continue to escalate tensions

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in the absence of a strong and forceful response from the

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international community. Our correspondent Nick Bryant

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is at the UN in New York. There are already sanctioned in

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place against North Korea. What is the feeling there? Are more

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sanctions going to work? The US certainly wants tougher and more

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comprehensive sanctions, as you said, in the decade since North

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Korea carried out its first atomic test, in October 2006, there have

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been four sets of sanctions, asset freezes, travel bans, bans on luxury

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goods aimed at hitting the elite where it hurts, in their lavish

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lifestyles. But while it has slowed down the nuclear and ballistic

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programmes, obviously, self-evidently, it has not managed

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to haul them. There are questions about how rigidly the sanctions are

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being enforced and how widely they are being applied. To give you an

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example, 32 North Koreans are named by the United Nations, who have an

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association with the nuclear programme. In Iran, it is 121. That

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is why the Americans want sanctions to be broader and tougher. What will

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the new sanctions look like? That is up for negotiation. The negotiations

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started last month, in fact, after the fourth nuclear test was

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conducted by North Korea. The problem for the Americans is that

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the Chinese are resisting pressures for tough sanctions, punitive

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sanctions. The fear in Beijing is that they could topple the Pyongyang

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regime which would destabilise the country and create a refugee crisis

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on China's border. It does not want that. Pyongyang knows it can exploit

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that fear. Another added layer of complication is the tensions at the

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moment between America and China over the man-made islands in the

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South China Sea. Cooperation on North Korea is made more difficult

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because of that ongoing row. So Pyongyang can exploit China's fear

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and also those tensions tween Washington and Beijing. Nick Bryant

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is in New York for us. Thank you for joining us.

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Let's get some reaction from the region now.

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Our correspondent Jon Sudworth reports from Beijing.

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Over the Korean peninsula, the rocket's engines could be seen

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It is reported to have successfully placed a satellite into orbit,

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news met with choreographed applause in the North Korean capital.

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State TV is showing the country's young leader, Kim Jong-Un,

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at mission control, vital propaganda for a man trying

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to cement his position as Supreme Leader.

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In South Korea, the government held an emergency meeting

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with the president leading a chorus of international concern,

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TRANSLATION: The launch is an attempt to increase

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North Korea's missile capability as a means

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It is a serious challenge to world peace.

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North Korea's previous rocket launches have shown that the west

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coast of the United States could be within reach.

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Its nuclear tests have been growing in sophistication.

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Experts believe a deliverable long-range weapon may be just

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North Korea's only ally, China, has been celebrating

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its lunar New Year festival in traditional explosive style.

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But diplomatically, it is treading very softly indeed.

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The statement from the Foreign Ministry in Beijing was not one

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of condemnation but rather, an appeal for restraint

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China fears a nuclear armed North Korea as much as anyone,

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but it is also deeply nervous of anything that may

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push its isolated, impoverished neighbour towards economic collapse.

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There have already been years of pressure. Despite that, North

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Korea's launch takes it one more step towards its nuclear ambitions.

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John Sudworth, BBC News, Beijing. A 20-year-old man has emerged alive

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from the rubble of an apartment building in Taiwan, two days

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after it collapsed in an earthquake. At least 26 people are thought

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to have died and hopes are fading for more than 100

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who are still missing. From Tainan in south

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Taiwan, Rupert Wingfield Hayes Deep inside the collapsed building,

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this rescue crew is getting close. "Hold on", they shout,

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"we are coming through". A few minutes later,

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a young man is lifted clear of the building and lowered

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gently to the ground. His condition is serious,

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but he is alive. But this is the only bright spot

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in what has otherwise been This afternoon, a rescuer emerged

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holding a small bundle, 30 hours in the rubble

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had been too much. Still, dozens more are waiting

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for news in growing despair. This woman's son is

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somewhere under the rubble. Why did this building come down

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when those around are unscathed? People are asking why this building

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came down when the others seem to have withstood the earthquake

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without a problem, and there are clear signs of what might be

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wrong with this building. The collapse has exposed these blue

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and white cooking oil cans that appear to have been used as filler

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inside some of the concrete beams. Relatives I spoke to tonight say

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they want a full investigation. They want somebody to

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be held responsible. Let's take a look at

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some other stories now. Spain's interior minister says

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the arrest of seven members of a suspected Islamist cell marks

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a major blow in the struggle The suspects were believed to be

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operating a supply network for fighters in Syria and Iraq,

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sending them money, weapons and computer equipment under

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the guise of humanitarian relief. Japan's Prime Minister has appeared

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at a rally demanding the return of four disputed islands,

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currently administered by Russia. Shinzo Abe promised to resolve

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the 60-year territorial dispute Russia announced plans to build

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a military base on one of the islands in October, angering

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Tokyo. Italy's interior minister says

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injuries to the body of an Italian student found dead in Egypt

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shows that he suffered The minister was speaking

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after a second autopsy was carried The student's body was found

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near a main road outside Cairo following his

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disappearance last month. There are fears of a new

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humanitarian crisis in Syria - with 35,000 people trapped

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on the border with Turkey. The refugees are fleeing

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an offensive by government forces Turkey has said it is prepared

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to help them - but the border BBC Persian's Khashiyar Joneidi

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is at the border with more. The Turkish president says that if

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necessary, thousands of Syrian refugees who have massed along the

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border with Turkey will be let in. But here, at this border crossing,

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the gates remain closed. Although trucks carrying humanitarian aid and

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construction material have been allowed to cross the border into

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Syrian territory, to transport the goods for the eight refugee camps

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along the border, where the refugees have been settled.

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Seref Isler is from BBC Turkish and explains Turkey's position.

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It is definitely a very difficult position because on one hand, you

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have the obligations that the European Union set forth in return

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for some aid. The European Union wants them to stem the migrant

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crisis, for Turkey to host these refugees on Turkish soil. However,

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when it comes to domestic politics, Turkey has an increasing

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unemployment rate. There is local concern as to how Turkey will be

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able to look after all of the refugees. Resources are stretched

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thin. There are about 2.5 million Syrians in Turkey, enough to make a

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small city. Turkey at the same time is having to look after its domestic

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politics and what the local people want. So for the moment, it is

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hosting these refugees on Syrian soil, saying that the aid is being

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provided on the Syrian side of the border and the board remains closed.

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-- the border. The first day of Haiti's annual

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carnival in the capital, Port-au-Prince, has been cancelled

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after political parties threatened more protests over the country's

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failed presidential elections. Michel Martelly has now stepped down

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as president after five years in office, but no successor

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has been elected. On Saturday,

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leaders of both houses of the Haitian parliament agreed

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to select a new interim president Haiti's politicians hope that their

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agreement can ease the tensions that have led to violent scenes like

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these in the capital on Saturday. There are deep divisions on how this

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Caribbean nation of 10.5 million people is governed. Presidential

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elections began in October but have yet to produce a final outcome.

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Opposition supporters accused the government of rigging the poll.

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Their candidate derided them as a farce. An independent electoral

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commission found there were many a late -- many irregularities but the

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government rejected the allegations. Michel Martelly has been president

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since 2011 and is constitutionally barred from seeking re-election. He

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hopes this formal promise to step aside will allay fears he wants to

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stay in office. TRANSLATION: Regardless of this accord, everyone

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has to be vigilant. We have to realise that there are people who

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are not covered by this agreement. For that, I call on all the

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responsible parties to make every effort to maintain stability in this

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country. So all leaders, especially those who make use of violence,

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should understand that every time there is violence, Haiti takes a

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step backwards. The president of the National Assembly said the agreement

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signalled the way forward. TRANSLATION: The institution of the

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Republic is charged with the critical destiny of our country.

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This agreement also present a major responsibility. In this case, the

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parliament has a great responsibility at this time to

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guarantee stability. UN peacekeepers have been in Haiti for more than a

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decade and are still trying to uphold the rule of law. But

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political consensus, including electoral reforms, will be key, as

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the country is contained -- country continues to recover from the damage

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inflicted by natural disasters and years of instability.

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Stay with us on BBC World News, still to come:

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The Hollywood stunt over a bridge in London that had onlookers fearing a

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terrorist attack. As junior doctors in England prepare

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for another strike over a new contract, there is no sign

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of compromise with the government. Talks have broken down,

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and a 24-hour strike is due to take The Health Secretary,

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Jeremy Hunt has criticised the doctors' union, the BMA,

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of its handling of the dispute. Incredibly disappointing that the

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totally irresponsible way the BMA has behaved in refusing to sit down

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and talk about how we can improve patient care and spreading

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misinformation. I would not trust him to sell me he used car, let

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alone hold my future and more importantly, my patience' future, in

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his hands. Gale-force winds and high seas

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are expected to hit the coast of southern England overnight

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as Storm Imogen closes in. South-west England and south Wales

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are due to bear the brunt Some ferry services have

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already been cancelled and South West Trains

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says its services to the affected areas are already being

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run at reduced speeds. Drivers of high-sided vehicles

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are being warned to consider This is BBC World News Today.

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The latest headlines. The UN Security Council unanimously

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condemns North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket in defiance of UN

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resolutions. Rescuers in Taiwan say more than 100 people are still

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thought to be trapped in the ruins of a collapsed apartment block,

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following an earthquake, two days ago.

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As far as big sporting events go - they don't get any more commercially

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valuable than the Super Bowl - and American football's biggest

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This time, there's a special anniversary to celebrate.

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Our correspondent James Cook is soaking up the atmopshere

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In San Francisco, the circus has come to town.

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Fans flocked to the California sun from all over the United States.

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They have come from North Carolina, from Denver and from all points

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in between, to see one of the greatest shows on Earth.

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Such a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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These fans have come 5000 miles from West Lothian and they are not

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It's the Super Bowl atmosphere, isn't it?

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Just for the atmosphere, we love football.

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Of course, such a big event is also a big target.

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In a country nervous about terrorism, security

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The organisers say they have learned lessons from the London Olympics

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The Super Bowl is a level one national security event,

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which means it receives the highest level of national security.

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Equivalent to a Presidential inauguration.

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And then, there are the adverts. Hello, I'm Helen Mirren.

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With more than 100 million Americans watching, companies pay up

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Plus Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars are lined

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Super Bowl 50 aims to be bigger than ever.

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A golden anniversary in the Golden State.

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Alex South is in San Francisco for us - let's go there now.

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Alex, 160 million people are expected to watch this. It is a huge

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spectacle over there, isn't it? It is, it is the day when America stops

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and watches a game of football. Tomorrow is actually the day when a

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lot of Americans take the day off. They are the moat -- with the debut

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below most likely to call in sick. A lot of Americans wish it was a

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public holiday but it's not so they have to make their excuses. In Santa

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Clara, the stadium is behind me, where the Denver Broncos will take

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on the heavy favourites, the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have

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lost just once all season. They have got a bright new quarterback, Cam

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Newton, the big news. The NFL against the Denver Broncos Peyton

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Manning, who's been in the game for 18 years. In his own words, this

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could be his last rodeo so it is the young against the old. Who is going

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to win? We will find out in a few hours. I'm hearing there are some

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unusual bets being put on the bed. Give us a flavour. -- on the event.

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It's rather strange, you can bet on anything you wanted this country,

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unbelievably and strangely in California, you are not allowed to

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gamble but you can bet through betting websites in Billy Bakker

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added devices like Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe. Strange bets, how long

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will the national anthem be? What colour will Cam Newton's shoes be

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and who will Cam Newton thank first in his post-match speech if they

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win? I would not bet on that but some people do.

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Lets get some more sport now. Starting with the Premier League,

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Chelsea remain unbeaten under Guus Hiddink after scoring a dramatic

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late equaliser against Manchester United Stamford Bridge. Chelsea

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salvaged a draw in the first minute of injury time through Diego Costa.

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United are six points behind fourth placed Manchester city and 12 points

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behind leaders, Leicester. Louis van Gaal's side dominated early but had

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to wait until just after the hour before taking the lead through Jesse

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Lingard. That looked to be enough to seal all three points until Diego

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Costa's equaliser. We are happy with the point. Of course, when you

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analyse shortly the game, I think Manchester United started very well.

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They stretched the field of play. As a consequence, we dropped back to

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far and we could not get into the duels. They played very well. We

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don't reward ourselves with a victory. We were the better team. We

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have created more chances and then you have to win. But until the last

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quarter, we played very well. We could have scored more goals. But we

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did not do that. Goals from Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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helped Arsenal to a 2-0 victory away at Bournemouth. The win put an end

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to a losing run of four league games and moved them up to third in the

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table behind Spurs on goal difference. They are five points

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behind Leicester. We are quite sorry defensively -- quite solid

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defensively but we lost a bit of the urgency in the second half. I

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believe as well we lost the killer instinct to get the third goal, you

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know. On top of that, Bournemouth are red team who are physically very

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strong. From the first to the last minute, they were at the top level.

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Real Madrid are set to go within a point of second placed Atletico

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Madrid in La Liga to night. Karim Benzema Luka Modric were both on

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target to give Real Madrid the lead again struggling Granada. That

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matches into stoppage time. The first set of games in the Six

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Nations are complete and it ended with a nail-biting finale in Dublin.

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Ireland and Wales played out the toughest of stalemates, 16-16 it

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finished. Ireland made the early running with a try from Conor Murray

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and tee penalty to give them a 13-0 lead but Wales fought back with a

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Toby Faletau trite and two penalties to level the score. Wales went in

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front inside the final ten minutes briefly before Johnny Sexton

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levelled the match again with a high-pressure penalty kick. It

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remained 16-16. England and the first weekend top of the Six Nations

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table. You know when you play Wales, to be honest, nearly every Six

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Nations game is the same, it's a tough game. Wales come and they are

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physical and you know you have to front up. In large part, we did

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that. There's a lot of sore bodies in there. The red wave, when they

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get the ball, they keep on coming at you and the same when you have the

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ball, you know you have to keep going at them because they have

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dangerous players like Sam and Justin in there. They will always be

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very quick on the ball. Sore bodies! It is good to come to Ireland and

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not lose! I guess we have got three home games in the next four matches.

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It was not the result anyone wanted. It takes away a lot. I'm sure

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Ireland are in for the grand slam, as we and it takes away the triple

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Crown as well. -- now Ireland are not into the grand slam. We have

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come to a very tough place against the reigning champions and got

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something out of it. Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah has been

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banned for three months after failing a drugs test. The player,

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senior on the left, is ranked number three in the world and pleaded

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guilty to taking a banned substance after mistakingly taking his wife's

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blood pressure medication. He will now miss the world T20 in India next

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month. That is all the sport from the BBC.

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But don't worry, it's not a terrorist attack.

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A double-decker bus which exploded while crossing a bridge

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here in London was just a stunt for a Hollywood film.

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But it did alarm some onlookers who feared it was a terror attack.

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The blast created a huge fireball that ripped off the top of the bus

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as it crossed the bridge, leaving what a witness described

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as "a grim aftermath", with dummy bodies visible

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Now a reminder of the main news, the UN Security Council has unanimously

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condemned the launch by North Korea of a long-range rocket. A statement

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issued after emergency talks in New York said the council would soon

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implement new sanctions in a resolution. It accused Pyongyang of

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dangerous and serious violations including its fourth nuclear test in

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January. Japan's UN ambassador said it could not be business is usual

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with North Korea. The US envoy said the new sanctions should be tough

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and, rented. The government in Pyongyang said the rocket launch was

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part of its space programme. It is the first day of the year of

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the monkey and the celebrations have been taking place across the world.

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We will leave you of these pictures of the celebrations in Beijing to

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ring in the New Year. Hello. A stormy spell of weather on

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the way for some but unlike previous named storms, Storm Imogen is

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targeting the southern half of the country through

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