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This is BBC World News Today, with me Karin Giannone.

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The headlines: One of the most important moments in the run up

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It's Super Tuesday, when 11 states vote for their candidates

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for the White House, and this could be the moment

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Donald Trump cements his lead in the race for the

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8,500 migrants stuck at Greece's border with Macedonia in worsening

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conditions, at a camp that can't cope with the numbers.

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The trial collapses of a man accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh

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And understanding how memories actually change our brains,

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three British researchers win a million Euro prize

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for their outstanding contribution to neuroscience.

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Voting is in full swing in the biggest test so far for candidates

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running for the White House in Super Tuesday. It is seen as a make or

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break for republican and democratic hopefuls.

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Voters from Vermont to Texas and Georgia are heading

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to the polls on this, the biggest day in the nomination

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Donald Trump is widely expected to pick up enough votes to be chosen

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as the Republican candidate for the White House.

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Hillary Clinton is ahead in the Democratic race,

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but is still facing a stiff challenge from Bernie Sanders

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James Cook in is Houston, Texas, a key Republican battleground.

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Yes, as you say, Texas is a big deal in this election, as it is in so

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many other ways, such a huge state here in the southern US. We have

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seen Ted Cruz here in the last couple of hours. This is a polling

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station here in Huston. He is the Texan Senator and he would hope to

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win in this part of the world. If he doesn't he may as well pack his bags

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and make a very short journey home because if he cannot win his home

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state and his chances of getting on towards winning the presidential

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nomination for the Republican party seemed to be receding. The positive

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news for service Ted Cruz is that the polls suggest that he is doing

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well here in Tesco's -- Texas. Not so much for Marco Rubio, the Florida

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senator. Polls in Florida suggest he is lagging quite a long way behind

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but he has a few weeks to catch up if he wants to do so. He really

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needs to do so because Florida is not voting today on Super Tuesday.

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11 states voting across the country in an election that has been

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extraordinary in many ways. I have spoken to voters here, asking them

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what they think of the presidential election campaign so far and it was

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striking that three of them, independently of each other, or use

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the same word, crazy, to describe the campaign. That could be because

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Donald Trump, the outsider and property tycoon has really shaken up

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this race and on the other side there has been a challenge that has

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shaken at least in the early stages Hillary Clinton as well from Bernie

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Sanders, a challenge from the last but this is really the moment -- a

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challenge from the left but this really is the moment when we find

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out who is all at and no cattle. In Houston, it's the

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biggest show in town. Not Super Tuesday, but the annual

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livestock fair and Rodeo. They've come to Texas from all over

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the United States for this event and when it comes to politics,

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folk here, like everywhere, Donald Trump is stating exactly

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and what this country needs is a leader in business and not

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I don't really care for Trump because I feel like he attacks

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people when he's trying to make a point.

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I believe he's trying to point out everyone else's flaws and not really

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It's kind of crazy right now, if I can go-ahead and say

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I dislike, kind of, what he stands for.

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Whatever he tells you, he does what he tells you.

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In 11 states, Democrats and Republicans are doing just that

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today - picking the person they want to stand for President.

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Here in Texas there are local elections, too.

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But in the White House race the votes will be counted,

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shared out among the candidates and then turned into delegates

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who will confirm their choice at party conventions in the summer.

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For everyone involved in the presidential race this

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is the biggest test so far, but here in Texas there's particular

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If he loses here, his campaign will be in real trouble.

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Polls suggest the Texas Senator is on course for victory

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Almost everywhere else though Donald Trump is the favourite.

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Today, he campaigned in Ohio, which votes in a fortnight.

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Illegal immigration has turned out to be one of the big factors

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You wouldn't even be talking about it.

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You wouldn't be hearing about it if I didn't take take all that heat.

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As for the Democrats, Bernie Sanders left-wing challenge

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to Hillary Clinton seems to be fading.

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Secretary Clinton stands out in a very positive way and I think

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Mr Trump is an embarrassment to our country.

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Bernie Sanders, he makes the most sense, he has the most experience

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and he's really making a change for America.

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The presidential election isn't until November,

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but already it feels like make-or-break.

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James Cook, BBC News, Houston in Texas.

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Stay with us for full coverage of who Americans are choosing

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We'll be talking to BBC correspondents in states including

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Katty Kay will be bringing it all together live from

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Then we'll have the results live from midnight GMT.

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And do go to our website for comprehensive analysis

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and a live page with the very latest developments.

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Europe is on the cusp of a self-induced humanitarian

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crisis, that's the verdict of the UN's refugee agency

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24,000 people are stranded there because

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neighbouring states have imposed restrictions on their borders.

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8,500 are stuck at Idomeni on Greece's border

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with Macedonia, the scene of fighting yesterday when hundreds

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We are just on the edge of the main road running up to the edge

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of the border camps between Greece and Macedonia.

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What is noticeable this morning is that many hundreds of people

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Some of them have been dropped off by taxis about 2km away but these

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people here have walked 25km so far this morning from another

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They are determined to get to the border today.

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You can see the stream of people, I have counted dozens,

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if not hundreds, of people walking across this field this morning

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heading up to the border camp, which is about 1.5 miles from here.

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There are camps further south with capacity for these people.

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But the feeling among them is they don't want to be there,

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they feel that they will only be able to make progress if they make

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So they are determined to get to the border camp despite it

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being overcrowded because they think that will give them a better chance

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So you have this constant stream now, people walking down this road

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and across these fields trying to get to frontier.

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This is the main line that runs through the heart of the border camp

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here, we are looking south into Greece.

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It is being used as a resting place now.

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The protests yesterday took place at the border gate,

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about 150 metres away and you can see the Greek police have blocked

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They are actually preventing people from going up

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And a repeat of yesterday's scenes when the tear gas was fired.

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So the police here are stopping people from proceeding.

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But again you talk to people here, they have been there for many days,

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they are not sure when if ever they are going to get

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And it just feels even busier every time you come here.

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They are trying to feed the people but again there are four

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It rained heavily last night so you will see on the fences a lot

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of belongings hanging up to dry after the heavy rain.

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Lots of the tents here are not waterproof.

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It is calmer here today, but still lots of people arriving

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and they are getting increasingly fed up with the long wait

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they are facing when they say they have the right papers to move

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The migrant crisis is putting extreme pressure on Europe's borders

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and different countries are responding in different ways.

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It's not just Macedonia which is putting up fences.

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Migrants heading north are faced with a razor-wire fence

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15-feet high along parts of Bulgaria's border with Turkey.

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Hungary has put up barriers along its borders with Serbia and Croatia.

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There are also fences between Croatia and Slovenia,

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All this has meant that migrants and refugees arriving in Greece

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are having trouble moving north, deepening the country's crisis.

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Speaking from Athens, the Greek Defence Minister,

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Panos Kammenos, told the BBC his country is doing its best to manage,

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but the actions of countries like Austria are not helping.

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It is very important, if they all want to really find a solution, to

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not press Greece but pressed Turkey. To operate as we have agreed in Nato

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and accept back all these special relations of the middle of the

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emergency and to provide them with possibilities to build a camp under

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the European Union and UN GR rules, that means the refugee people are

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taken to a safe county -- country and don't give the blame game to

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Greece. What is happening increases only part of a much wider crisis at

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the moment. Clashes have happened in Calais where a camp known as the

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jungle is being torn down. This camp has been marked for

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demolition. They cried, take our house and we will take our lives! It

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was a protest of the powerless, ended in minutes by the police.

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Around them other figures watched, defiant from their own flimsy

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rooftops, wrapped against the cold. The irony is that migrants here are

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clinging on to makeshift shelters in a country most do not want to be.

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Moving to official migrant camps with heat and electricity means

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registering in France. These temporary shacks show their resolve

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not to settle here. This road marks the new boundary of the Jungle.

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Everything to the south will be cleared out and the people evicted.

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Everything, that is, except for the communal buildings, the mosque

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summer schools in the community centres and the churches. Many of

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the people who are facing eviction today say that rather than leave

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their community the communal buildings where they sleep tonight.

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After yesterday's violence, there is a sense of resignation among many

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migrants here. As more shelters burns today the government directed

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its anger towards the extreme and violent actions by some of the

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activists here. Police on the ground told us off camera that most of the

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agitators are British. We have arrested four people, mostly

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British. These are people who use other spot are never on the

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front-line themselves. They use the migrants, inciting them to start

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fires and throw stones. The shrinking of the migrant camp hides

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a bigger truth. Fresh figures from the UN refugee agency suggest the

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rate of new arrivals across the Mediterranean has almost tripled

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since last year. The building's might be cleared, but as for their

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owners, many are still waiting for their chance in England and many

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more are on their way. Next week European leaders will meet

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again to find a way out of the crisis. I asked our brussels

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correspondent what hope success?

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There is a process going on as we speak of European leaders and

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meetings going on to try and prepare for that summit on Monday. We have

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European leaders from the European Commission, European union leaders,

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going to talk with countries along the migrant route, Austria, Balkan

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countries, Greece, also going to Turkey and we know on Friday that

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Angela Merkel will meet with the French president, Francois Hollande,

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to try and coordinate policy there. What they are facing really is the

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need to try and get in place this unified European response that they

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have been talking about for months, policies that they have already

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decided on to institute better controls in Greece, to take those

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who have refugee status from Greece and spread them around Europe. All

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of those sorts of things. They need to make work efficiently. They

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simply have not been functioning and that will be the focus on Monday and

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it is something that Angela Merkel is pushing hard and we will see if

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she has much success. A look now some of the avenues.

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The South African President Jacob Zuma has survived another

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no-confidence debate in Parliament. The second in a year. He was

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repeatedly accused of destroying the economy he was told he was being

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insulted with no luck at his track record. In the end he was defeated.

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Police in India have charged a former head of the UN's climates

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channel with sexual offences, including harassment and stalking.

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The charges come one year after a female colleague at his

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environmental think tank in Delhi filed a complaint, accusing him of

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sending inappropriate texts and e-mails. He denies all charges.

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President Hasan Rouhani has said the results of the elections have

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shown that Iranians wanted moderation.

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His supporters and their reformist allies won a landslide in Tehran

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and deprived the Islamic hardliners of their majority in Parliament.

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But their success is largely due to the efforts of two former

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presidents who are now back at the centre stage

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Former Presidents Mohammad Khatami, on the left here, and Ali Akbar

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Hashemi-Rafsanjani, both the bane of the life of the hardliners who,

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over the years, have done as much as they

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can to isolate them and their political lives.

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can to isolate them and end their political lives.

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But both are now back from the political wilderness

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Former president Rafsanjani here on Friday,

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voting in elections that he managed to turn into a big challenge

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for Islamic hardliners, hardliners, uniting all the strands of moderate

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Islamists behind the supporters of the President Rouhani.

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This is a group of almost all the candidates

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that he managed together under one umbrella for the elections in

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All of them have now been elected, all 30 of them, to the 30

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Over the years he has been under ferocious attack from the hardliners

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who have deprived him of his position as the Friday prayer

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leader of the capital, who pushed him from

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the chair of the crucial Assembly Of Experts.

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Who jailed his son on charges that are widely seen as

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politically motivated and jailed his

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daughter for supporting the opposition movement.

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But he is now back, elected with the most number

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of votes in the elections for the Assembly Of Experts,

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with a shot at choosing the next supreme leader.

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As for the former president Mohammad Khatami here entering

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a polling station to vote on Friday, the hardliners had

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even banned the use of his photographs, let alone his words.

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This is why in this campaign poster you only see

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In spite of being barred from politics he recorded this

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video, posted on social media, calling on his supporters,

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the reformists and all of those who support democracy to come out

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and vote in big numbers for all of their candidates.

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A tactic he said could defeat the hardliners, a tactic

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Both are now back, having engineered to defeat

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the hardliners, who have now lost the control of parliament

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Now, the Omagh bombing was the worst single atrocity of the Northern

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Ireland Troubles and today the prospect of justice for the victims

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remains as remote as ever. The trial has collapsed. Seamus Daly has

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always denied the murders and today he was released from prison. The

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prosecution said it was withdrawing the charges because a key witness

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was unreliable. August 15th, 1998 was

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a day unparalleled. Even in Northern Ireland's

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history of brutality. This was a Saturday afternoon

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in a busy market town. By evening, children and parents

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were grieving because of a massive 18 years later, shops have been

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repaired, this street rebuilt but nothing is forgotten in Omagh

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with the relatives of those who died However, they didn't find it

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when they went to court today. The case against Seamus Daly,

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the man accused of all 29 murders collapsed before it

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even reached trial. If you notice here this morning,

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there's not many families. Most families have given

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up on justice. They've given up

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on the justice system. Seamus Daly's always strongly denied

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any part in the explosion in Omagh. I'd like to ask you some questions,

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please, about the Omagh bombing. However, in 2000, Panorama named him

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as one of the Real IRA gang Key to the prosecution case

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was a mobile phone used Their main witness said

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he could connect Seamus Daly However in court he gave

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inconsistent evidence and contradicted his

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earlier testimony. The prosecution against

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the defendant, Seamus Daly, The failure of this case to reach

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trial means only one man has ever been prosecuted

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for the murders at Omagh. In December 2007, Sean Howie

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was acquitted and cleared of involvement in the attacks

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after a lengthy criminal case. Two years later, four other men,

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including Seamus Daly, were found liable in a civil case

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but they continued to push Two years ago, Seamus Daly

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was arrested and charged. However, today, the case against him

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collapsed with the prosecutors admitting they didn't

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have enough evidence. To bring it to that level where it's

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even been at a committal I don't understand why they put

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families continually through it. This afternoon, Seamus Daly left

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prison where he's been held He's no longer wanted in connection

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with the murders of all those But the town's them otherial garden

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also serves as a reminder no-one's been held to account

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for their deaths. Three British researchers have won a

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coveted award for their work in the brain. They all made scientific

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advances into research on the memory and how we all remember.

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Throughout our lives we collect memories,

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some remaining clear, others fading, they're part of a system that allows

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Without it, we'd never advance and everyday tasks,

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like driving, would be simply impossible.

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Until recently, no-one knew how the brain could store information,

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but researchers at this lab in Edinburgh, together with teams

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in Bristol and London, have found ways to explain

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Memory we've now got a good handle on because we know about the events

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that occur when memories are laid down.

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We know more or less where it happens and we know at the level

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or connections between nerve cells what's happening.

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How the brain actually holds memories was for years something

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that was too difficult to understand, but scientists then

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realised that one part of it, called the hippocampus,

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Inside it there are billions of connections between the brain

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cells and, when those links become stronger,

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that's the key mechanism allowing us to remember.

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So one crucial discovery is that the brain can change,

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creating new connections and breaking them.

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Another is that faults with this process can be linked to conditions

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including depression, autism, addiction and Alzheimer's.

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An image of some of the billions of connections inside the brain.

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One hope with this research is to fight Alzheimer's

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If we could zero in on this connection process between brain

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cells and understand why that connection process is,

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as it were, under stress, and making it difficult for people

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to keep a record of their daily events, then maybe we could develop

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new kinds of drugs that could help that process.

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As the scientists delve into the mechanism of memory,

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That some day in the future people who are suffering from trauma,

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like soldiers after battle, might be helped by having their bad

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memories deleted, a whole new world of possible treatments has

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Now, a lot of people have been talking about this online, wondering

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what it could have been. Pictures have emerged of a suspected meteor

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shower, lighting up the sky across the north-east of Scotland. Many

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people reported seeing what looked like a fireball and a bright flash.

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Others said they heard a rumbling sound caused by something like a

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sonic boom. Very impressive. The Rolling Stones have announced they

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will play their first ever concert in Cuba on the 25th of March.

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It will be a free, open a gate. It will be held in the Cuban capital

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Havana and it will come four days after the scheduled visit of

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President Barack Obama to the island. In a statement the band

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said, we have performed in many special places throughout our long

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career but this show in Havana is going to be a landmark event for us.

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Let us return to our top story. It is crunch time for the Republican

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and Democratic hopefuls for the race in the White House. In 11 states are

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making a choice and we will get a brief flavour of the mood amongst

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those casting their ballots. Hillary Clinton supporters in Virginia. She

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is more qualified than any other candidacy history. Her experience as

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Secretary of State and Senator makes a very impressive candidate. I think

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she will win today and as far as going for words I think she will do

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great. A little bit depends on who the

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Republican candidate is. In my opinion if it is Donald Trump, I

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think she will win overwhelmingly. Donald Trump will make America great

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again. A lot of things that go on in this city, we don't need a

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socialist. They raced my property taxes through the roof. I stood in

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line for six hours the other day at Trump rally because to me he is just

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the man, the one who will make the country great again. Full results of

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Super Tuesday on BBC News. That is it from the programme. Good night.

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