21/02/2016 World News Today


21/02/2016

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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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Bomb blasts in the Syrian cities of Homs

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and Damascus leave more than 100 people dead.

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London mayor Boris Johnson announces he will back the campaign

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for Britain to LEAVE the European Union -

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pitting him against the Prime Minister David Cameron.

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I will be advocating vote leave or whatever the team is called, I

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understand there are many of them. And that is basically - because I

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want a better deal for the people of this country.

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A big win for US Republican Presidential frontrunner

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Donald Trump as he secures antoher victory in the South

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And meet the cat who lost his Syrian family, only to be reunited

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The Syrian capital, Damacus, has been hit by a series

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The attacks came just hours after 46 people were killed in a double bomb

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A large number of people are said to have been woundedThe target

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The violence comes day afrs is ceasefire was supposed to have come

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into effect. Two bombs have exploded

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and gradually the scale of the destruction

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is becoming clear. For some, it's hard

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to believe they've survived. Homs is a city that has seen much

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violence over the past five years but even by its standards,

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this was a huge attack, carried out in the suburb

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that is a bastion of support The Islamic State group says

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it was behind the bombings. There is now, though,

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at least some hope that some of the fighting in

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Syria might be halted. The US Secretary of State,

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John Kerry, was speaking in Jordan. We have reached a provisional

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agreement, in principle, on the terms of a cessation

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of hostilities that could begin It is not yet done, and I anticipate

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that our presidents, President Obama and President Putin,

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may well speak somewhere in the next days or so, in order to

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try to complete this task. People all across Syria

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will desperately hope that a ceasefire will be worked out

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but they may well wonder if agreements reached on paper can

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be turned into reality Whether deals done by diplomats

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in far away capitals really can silence the guns on Syria's

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many battlefields. Meanwhile, President Assad has said

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he is ready for a ceasefire, but only if the "terrorists" -

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as he called them - Speaking in an interview

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with a Spanish paper, he added that Syrian refugees

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would be welcomed back and shouldn't Of course they can come. I mean this

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is their right to come back, unless somebody who is a terrorist or a

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killer. And some of them - and I think a good number of them, is a

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government supporter, who didn't leave because they were afraid of

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the government, but as I said, because of the standard of living

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that has been deteriorating drastically during the last few

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years. So, of course they can come back without any action taken by the

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government against them. We want people to come back to Syria.

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The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has finally announced

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he will back the campaign for the UK to leave the European Union.

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His decision is a major blow to Prime Minister David Cameron

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who has been urging members of his party to back

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Britain's continued membership in a referendum in June.

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The BBC's political editor Laura Kunnesberg has more.

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Breaking the habit of a lifetime, he has for days kept his

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Now one of the few politicians in the country known

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by only his first name, Boris has made a big decision.

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He'll argue against his friend and rival, and it could set

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I have a chance actually to do something.

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I would like to see a new relationship based more

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But, as I say, much less of this supranational element.

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That is why I've decided after huge amount of heartache

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because I did not want to do anything...

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The last thing I wanted was to go against David Cameron

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But after a great deal of heartache I don't think there's anything else

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Boris, if that is what you have thought all along, why have

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you kept your party waiting for such a long time?

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Because the truth is that it has been agonisingly difficult.

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And I think for many of us, what I said over a couple of years

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now is, I would like to be in a reformed EU.

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An EU that is based more on free trade, fundamental treaty change.

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Anyone would think he might seek attention.

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Love him or loathe him, you cannot ignore him.

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Boris Johnson has just taken a huge political jump that

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It has been more and more likely in recent days that the Mayor

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of London would take the plunge.

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A dream for those campaigning to leave, a character

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who could make the difference.

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Despite this last minute, rather frank appeal from the Prime Minister

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I will say to Boris what I say to everyone else,

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which is that we will be safer, stronger, better off inside the EU.

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I think the prospect of linking arms with Nigel Farage

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and George Galloway and taking a leap into the dark is the wrong

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care about being able to get things done in our world,

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then the EU is one of the ways in which we get them done.

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But today has been show time for Tory ministers who disagree

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European Union, I've said this many times and been quoted,

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they spend money that comes from British taxpayers.

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Even if relatively polite, the clash of principles is profound.

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And Iain Duncan Smith in what he said was his first

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interview on Europe in a decade, believes the Prime Minister

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Clearly a big moment for many people who have never had a say

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on whether they want to stay in the European Union,

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it's only in the UK that we play this silly game of pretending

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It is a political union that has some market elements attached,

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The Prime Minister said details on the benefit plans need to be

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worked out, if this emergency brake on limits and child benefit go

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forward, much of it would have to be worked out with your department.

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The Prime Minister has secured a deal, a deal very much

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in principle because a lot of the detail won't be thrashed out

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until after the UK decides to stay or leave.

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The big issue is not really around welfare,

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where they spent ages planning and plotting,

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so who is to say it's not beyond the wit of man that those

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might already be thinking about that.

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So staying in the EU, in your view, makes us more vulnerable

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The present status of the open borders we have now,

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many of us feel it leaves that door open.

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Would you have the power to insist that European countries share

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with us their border information so we know what terrorists

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You have an illusion of sovereignty, you wouldn't

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In a way it is quite simple, you boil it down to,

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if you love this country, and I love this country so much,

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you want what's best for it and I want to make sure

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The campaigns are sketched out now in primary colours

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with personalities as well as policies mattering.

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But only the end result will tell us if all this attention was really

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Well our political correspondent Alex Forsythe is in Westminster.

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Perhaps this decision by Boris Johnson isn't exactly a surprise but

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explain why it is so significant? No, it is not a huge surprise. There

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has been much speculation in recent days about which way he would go. We

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thought likely that he would join the leave campaign. The reason this

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really matters is because Boris Johnson in the UK is a big figure.

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He is one of those rare politicians that cut through beyond Westminster

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and reaches out to the voters. Whether that's a good or bad thing.

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That's what he does. So those who are wanting the UK to leave the

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European Union are thrilled he is on board because he will inject some

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energy, some enthusiasm, a bit of charisma into the campaign. And it

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is disappointing to David Cameron because he had hoped to persuade

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Boris Johnson to back him on the side of the UK remaining in the EU.

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There was a meeting in Downing Street about it last week. Even this

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morning, the Prime Minister was issuing messages to Boris Johnson

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saying we are stronger within the European Union, back us. So, it is a

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bit of a blow to the Prime Minister and a bit of a boost to the "leave"

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campaign because he is such a familiar character. We saw in

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Laura's piece, politicians really talking with their hearts. This

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issue is absolutely fundamental to some, isn't it? It is and

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particularly within the Conservative Party, this is an issue which really

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dominated much of the debate there for many years. The party has

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traditionally been quite with divided on Europe and we are seeing

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that now coming to play again. There are six Cabinet ministers who said

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that they'll campaign to leave the European Union, which is in direct

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contradiction to the official Government stance and the stance of

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the Prime Minister. So you are seeing people who are sat around the

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same kab knelt table taking different sides in this argument

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which is why it is such a profound moment politically and the big

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challenge for the Conservative Party here is how they can unite once this

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debate is finished after the referendum. At the moment they are

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being polite, considerate and respectful and they want to keep the

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tone of the debate like that but that will be tested as this campaign

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gets more and more intense. Four months to go, quite a long time in

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the world of politics. This campaign could get ugly, couldn't it? Well,

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we are only two days in, really, since the Prime Minister was in

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Brussels and negotiated that final deal. It was only yesterday when he

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finally announced the date of this referendum, June 23rd and as you say

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there are still four months to go but already today, on the first full

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day of campaigning, we are seeing key figures lining up to make

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arguments against each other and a few earlier on today did become

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quite personal. There was one Alan Johnson, the Labour lead for the

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Labour "in" campaign, who was saying that some of those in the Cabinet

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who were backing out weren't really superstar quality. So, yes, it is

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likely that it will become intense. On all sides they'll want to keep

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the debate about policy, not personality. They'll want to focus

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on the big issues and be seen to run positive campaigns but on something

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of such importance that people really do care about at Westminster,

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A Hindu priest has been hacked for you:

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At least two other people who tried to help him were injured.

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Police say three attackers fired shots at a monastery run

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The so-called Islamic State group say they carried out the attack.

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In India, protestors from a caste group in Haryana state

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have partially lifted their blockade of highways.

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It's after the state government agreed to table a bill that

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would grant them the quotas they've been demanding.

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12 people have died in three days of violent riots.

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It's severely affected water supplies to neighbouring Delhi,

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as water treatment plants have been damaged and a canal blocked.

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Australia has announced that a baby born to asylum seekers -

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who was being treated for burns in a Brisbane hospital -

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will be allowed to remain in the country.

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Protesters have been blockading the hospital to prevent the child

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The immigration minister said the child and her mother would now

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be released into community detention in Australia.

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The former Governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, has pulled out

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of the Republican presidential race, after another win

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for Donald Trump, in the South Carolina primary.

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Once regarded as the Republican favourite, Mr Bush finished fourth.

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For the Democrats, Hillary Clinton won in Nevada, overcoming a strong

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The former Governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, has pulled out

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First, the uneasy anticipation at Trump HQ.

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There is nothing easy about running for president.

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It's tough, it's nasty, it's mean, it's vicious, it's beautiful.

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We're gonna do the wall, and by the way,

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who's gonna pay for the wall?

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Donald Trump has won South Carolina, following on from his victory

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He is clearly established as the frontrunner now.

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The question is, how many other Republican candidates have the money

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The person who had the biggest war chest and family connections

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last night bowed to the inevitable

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But the people of Iowa and New Hampshire have spoken,

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So tonight, I am suspending my campaign.

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Jeb Bush was crushed by Trump in the debates.

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And on the stump, he didn't seem one of life's natural campaigners.

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...to get back in the business of creating a more peaceful world.

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In the Democratic race in Nevada, Hillary Clinton scored

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an important win over her socialist rival Bernie Sanders.

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After emphatic defeat in New Hampshire, her victory speech

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I am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there.

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Some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other.

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Hillary Clinton has renewed momentum,

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but Bernie Sanders has money and support, and in this race,

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on both Democrat and Republican sides,

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Stay with us. Still to come: We'll look at all the main sport,

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including the latest football action. Force

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And up to 20,000 residents have been left

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without water after a large underground pipe collapsed near

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The water main burst in the village of Epperstone.

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A car drove into the flooded hole but the driver was unhurt.

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Severn Trent Water have apologised for the disruption and said repairs

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Two boys aged two and three have died in a house fire in Huddersfield

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Firefighters were called to the property in the Fartown area

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The boys, believed to be brothers, were rescued from a bedroom

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inside the home, but later died in hospital.

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Investigations are under way into the cause of the blaze but it's

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One of Britain's most famous pilots, captain Eric "Winkle" Brown,

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He was the Royal Navy's most decorated

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pilot and held three Guiness World records.

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Including landing more planes on an aircraft carrier -

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The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced that he will campaign

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for Britain to leave the European Union.

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Police in the US state of Michigan say a gunman has killed at least six

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A suspect has been arrested he drove around the town

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of Kalamazoo targeting people late on Saturday night.

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It was, said police, their worst nightmare.

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apparently shooting people at random.

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For several hours, the city of Kalamazoo was locked down

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as officers tried to find and stop the killer.

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We had several shootings here tonight in the city of Kalamazoo.

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They all appear to be related. We have multiple people dead.

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In summary, it looks like we have somebody just driving around,

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finding people and shooting them dead in their tracks.

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It started in the early evening, when a woman was shot multiple times

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outside an apartment complex and seriously wounded.

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For six hours, the shootings continued.

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Two men were shot dead outside a car dealership.

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Four women were killed in the car park of a Cracker Barrel restaurant.

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Police say a 14-year-old girl is seriously injured.

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In the early hours of today, it was brought to an end.

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45-year-old Jason Dalton of Kalamazoo County was arrested.

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He didn't resist and police didn't fire their weapons.

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Kalamazoo's police chief described the attacks

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as senseless, random acts of violence.

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Hundreds of families in Fiji are spending a second night

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in emergency shelters after being hit by the most powerful

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At least six people died as Cyclone Winston swept

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Fiji is no stranger to cyclones, but not like this.

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Winston is thought to be among the biggest storms ever recorded

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Winds gusting up to 325 kilometres an hour have

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The cyclone made landfall on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu around

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seven o'clock, just as darkness was falling on Saturday evening,

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Emergency services will now focus on trying to reach

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There are reports that some rural villages

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have been completely destroyed.

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Fiji is made up of more than 300 islands, and in coastal communities,

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the greatest danger is likely to have come from storm surges.

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Flights in and out of the country have been suspended.

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Power and communications are down in many parts,

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and aid agencies are warning it could take several days to assess

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Manchester City were criticised for fielding five debutants

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in their heavy defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup.

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The match was level at half-time but Chelsea's experience came

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through in front of their fans at Stamford Bridge.

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Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard were among those on the scoresheet

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in the 5-1 win, as City boss Manuel Pellegrini looked ahead

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to big fixtures in Europe and the Premier League.

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We are forced to do it. Unfortunately we couldn't play

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another day. We couldn't have more players fit for this game, so we

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knew before the game it was a very difficult challenge to continue in

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the FA Cup and not that anyone wanted to put the game on the

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current day, we couldn't do anything more.

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Crystal Palace are into the last eight for the first time since 1995

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after winning 1-nil at Tottenham Hotspur..

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Defender Martin Kelly scored the winner with his first

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A double from France international Dimitri Payet helped West Ham beat

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Championship side Blackburn Rovers by five goals to one at Ewood Park.

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Slaven Bilic's side go through to the quarter finals

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for only the second time in the last 10 years.

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We have pace from the second row with Antonio and Cresswell and other

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players, Payet, who can really pass those great balls into the area and

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that's why we won today. So it looked easier than we thought but it

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is us who made that OK. And the draw for the FA Cup

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quarter-finals sees last year's semi-finallists Reading

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at home to Crystal Palace. Everton will host Chelsea

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in an all-Premier League tie. Arsenal or Hull will face Watford

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and the winner of the Monday night game on BBC One - Shrewsbury

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against Manchester United will face England's cricket coach

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Trevor Bayliss has described his side's 9 wicket defeat

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to South Africa in their final Twenty 20 match of the series

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as "men against boys." The batting was a disappointment

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for England as they lost their last South Africa chased down 172 to win

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with four over remaining. AB de Villiers making 71

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in just 29 balls. KJ Choi and Jason Kokrak are top

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of the leaderboard as they pkay the final nine holes

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at the Northern Trust Open PGA They are 14 under par

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with Australia's Adam Scott and overnight leader

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Bubba Watson a shot behind. After an eagle at the first hole,

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world number three Rory McIlroy carded three bogeys

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on the front nine. He's currently 5 shots off

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the pace at 9 under. World number one Jordan Spieth

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missed the cut at this event. Ronnie O'Sullivan won seven

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frames in a row to beat Australia's Neil Robertson 9-5

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in the final of the Welsh Open The Englishman trailed 5-2 at one

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point but fought back in style, A tom cat has had an emotional

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reunion with his Iraqi migrant owners, after being separated

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from them as they trekked The three-year-old, dazed and

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confused but back with its family in Norway, more than 2,000 kilometres

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from where he last saw him. This woman and her five children took

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their beloved pet with them after they fled Mosul after threats by

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so-called Islamic State immigrants. They crossed Turkey to the Ageon

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where the cat crossed on a rubber dinghy. Despite being lost, the

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family continued their Germany, eventually to central Norway.

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TRANSLATION: My daughter came and told me that they lost their cat

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when they landed at Lesbos after fleeing Iraq and they have seen on

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the internet that someone has taken care of the cat. It was a German

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animal charity who picked the cat up and renamed him and posted photos on

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social media. TRANSLATION: It's an indescribable moment, a miracle. I

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thought he must have died of cold on the island. For one family of

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migrants, a positive outcome. One lucky cat.

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People in Bolivia are voting in a referendum to decide whether

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President Evo Morales should be allowed to run for a fourth

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consecutive term in you was a. Mr Morale he is has been in four since

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2006. -- Mr Morales. He says he needs another term of office to

:25:47.:25:50.

implement his programme of reforms. Voters are deciding if he can run

:25:51.:25:55.

for re-election in 2019. If successful, he could remain in power

:25:56.:25:58.

until 2025. That's it for now. Thank you for

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being with us. Do join us again on World News Today.

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