04/03/2016 World News Today


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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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After prosecutors in Brazil question the former President -

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Lula - as part of a corruption inquiry.

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He accuses them of disrespecting democracy.

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The WHO says there's growing evidence of a link between the Zika

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virus and two neurolgoical disorders, including microcephaly.

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Police in Los Angeles are carrying out tests on a knife which could be

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linked to the killing of OJ Simpson's ex-wife and her friend

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Why the man -- why the surgeons who repaired this man's severed spinal

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column on the search for new patient.

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Brazil's former president - Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva -

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has reacted angrily to being detained and questioned

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in connection with a corruption case.

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Lula was taken from his house and questioned for three hours

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The current president said it had been unnecessary for the police to

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detain her predecessor because he would have wanted them voluntarily.

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Scuffles outside the former President's home after he was taken

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away for questioning by police. A long-running corruption probe

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targets its biggest figure. For many Brazilians, Lula is a saviour but,

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for others, he is the emblem of a corrupt government

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TRANSLATION: He should have been detained a long time ago. Everything

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is so slow here. If this was the US, he would have been detained and

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investigated already. TRANSLATION: I have suffered from

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hunger and worked a lot in the countryside until I was 18. I

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couldn't even afford a bicycle. For me, Brazil only started existing

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after Lula. Lula made history as the first president from a poor

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background, a steelworker who reached the highest office. As head

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of the Workers' Party, he ran the country from 2003 until 2011,

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presiding over a booming economy and lifting millions out of poverty. His

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popularity was enough to elect his chosen successor, Dilma Roussef. But

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his legacy has been tarnished by a deepening corruption scandal at the

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state oil company Petrobras. The police alleged state appointed

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members of the company got kickbacks from firms which wanted contracts.

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The state prosecutor says they are working on the hypothesis that some

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of this money ended up in the former President's think tank.

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TRANSLATION: 60% of the funding comes from the top five companies

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involved. The police alleged that homes were bought for the president

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with the money. The former president denies all charges and, in a

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strongly worded statement, he said he was the victim of violence and

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the case was an assault against the rule of law. The police questioned

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Lula for three hours. Even if no charges are applied, this is seen as

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a major blow to his hopes of becoming a presidential candidate in

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2018. Let's talk to our correspondent

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Daniel Gallas in Rio because, in the last hour or so, Lula has

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given his own press conference. He gave every impassioned defence of

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his institute and his work and legacy. He says he has been subject

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to violence by institutions. He says this is a media circus, not a

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serious investigation. He says the powerful elite are after him cause

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of his track record against poverty, and that they don't want his project

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for Brazil to continue. That is what he said regarding the

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investigations. He also said there is nothing wrong with the money he

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earned with the speeches. He compared himself to Bill Clinton,

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saying he is as expensive and valuable as Bill Clinton when giving

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speeches and there is nothing wrong with the money he earned. He gave a

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passionate defence, a challenging one. At times, he almost sounded a

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bit like a politician who wants to run an election campaign, which is

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what many people speculate he will do in two years' time.

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More than 20 years after the former American football

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star OJ Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife

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Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman,

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police are investigating possible new evidence in the case.

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Millions of people watched the televised trial back in 1995.

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Despite a huge search, the prosecution was never able

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Now the Los Angeles police department says it's testing a knife

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that may have been recovered from a property once

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At a news conference, the LAPD described the circumstances

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in which the knife was reportedly found.

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We received the knife from a retired LAPD officer retired in the late

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90s. It was a motor officer. At that time, according to them, he was

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working off duty, working a movie job, which a lot of our officers do

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on and off duty bases, as well as our retired officers. I don't know

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whether he was retired at the time he allegedly received this item from

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the person who claimed they found it on the property or whether he was

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still an LAPD officer and they retired after that. We are looking

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into it. The investigators will continue to look at this. The item

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has been recovered by homicide investigators and it is being

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treated as we would all evidence. It has been submitted to our lab. They

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are going to study it and examine it all forensics, including DNA and

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hair samples. That is ongoing as we speak.

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Earlier, our correspondent in Los Angeles - James Cook -

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gave this assessment of what the police had to say.

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Quite an extraordinary develop and, more than two decades after the

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murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman here in Los Angeles.

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1994, they were killed, stabbed to death, the murder weapon never

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found. In the trial the following year, where it felt that point the

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entire world was watching, OJ Simpson was of course acquitted in

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the end, at the dramatic finale to quite an incredible trial. In the

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years that followed, don't forget, civil proceedings were brought

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against him by the victims' families, which he lost, and was

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subsequently sent to prison in 2000 for armed robbery. Such risks and

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turns, and the latest now, the finding of this knife. Although the

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circumstances of the discovery are not at all clear. Why it was not

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investigated earlier is a big question for the LAPD. That officer

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talking about the circumstances under which it may have been found,

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and suggesting this may come to nothing. It is important to stress

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that. A police captain addressing the media said it was important to

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note that they did not necessarily think this was the murder weapon. At

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the moment, they were simply looking into whether or not it had a

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relationship to the case. The police officer who was supposedly given the

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knife was given a second hand account of how it was found, so they

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don't even know for sure that it was definitely found on the property of

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OJ Simpson, a property demolished in 1998. The suggestion was that it was

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found around that time. They haven't confirmed that information, so a lot

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of enquiry still to carry out, not least the DNA testing, which it is

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interesting to note that the science is more advanced now than it was at

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the time. Scientists in the United States say

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they've found more evidence to suggest that the Zika virus

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can damage brain cells after they injected the virus

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into human stem cells. Zika is spread by mosquitoes

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and generally causes mild flu-like But it's been linked to birth

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defects in hundreds of babies born in Brazil whose mothers contracted

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Zika while pregnant. The findings in the US come

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as the World Health Organisation announced there was accumulating

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evidence linking Zika with both microcephaly and the Guillain-Barre

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syndrome, which damages Our Science Editor David Shukman

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says the US lab tests are an important step

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towards proving the link It is a sort of detective job going

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on, with teams of scientists around the world desperately trying to

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understand how the virus works, how it could get into the body, how it

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could affect a baby's brain development and caused that terrible

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condition of the abnormally small heads, microcephaly. What we have is

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a series of pieces of evidence, if you like. Traces of Zika virus were

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found in the amniotic fluid of infected pregnant women, found in

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some babies who had microcephaly, and now this study in America, which

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is an important step forward, where scientists took the virus and

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applied it to human stem cells, cells which could go on to develop

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into brain cells. They found that 90% of them were infected by Zika

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virus and then went on to become damaged. What you have got is the

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first tangible physical proof, if you like, of a mechanism by which

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the virus could damage a baby's brain.

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Two men have been jailed in Turkey in connection with the death

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of a three-year-old Syrian boy who drowned while trying to reach

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A photograph of his body on a Turkish beach last September

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came to symbolise the plight of refugees making

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But despite the huge risks people are not being deterred.

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The latest figures show a record number of migrants and refugees

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entered Europe last year - almost all of them by sea.

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And just to warn you it contains flash photography.

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Convicted for the trade in people's lives.

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Two Syrians, jailed today for over four years,

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for smuggling Aylan Kurdi and his family.

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But they were cleared of deliberately causing their deaths.

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It was the most potent image of the refugee crisis.

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Little Aylan washing-up near Bodrum last autumn sparking sympathy

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It also put pressure on Turkey to tackle the smugglers.

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The migration crisis again topped the agenda

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Chancellor Merkel visiting President Hollande in Paris.

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TRANSLATION: We, Germany and France, entirely agreed that we must

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protect our external borders to defend freedom of movement

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within Europe but also for security reasons,

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because we have to know who arrives in Europe.

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And they are still arriving, at a huge rate.

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More gathered in Izmir, putting their faith in life jackets,

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The crowds of refugees and migrants who used to be camped out in places

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like this in central Izmir have mostly been chased away by police.

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But it doesn't mean the numbers have dwindled.

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You still see them here, for example, at food hand-outs.

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Turkey has been told by the EU to reduce the flows of those

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arriving on the Greek island every day from 2,000 to 1,000.

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When, for those fleeing war, the hope of Europe burns so bright.

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One way, says the head of the European Council,

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visiting Istanbul today, is for Turkey to take

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There is hope it can be agreed upon at a summit next week.

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But along the journey to Europe the bottlenecks are growing.

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Macedonia has shut its border with Greece and 11,000 people

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As Europe scrambles for unity, individual states close their doors,

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but that still won't kill the dreams of the desperate.

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Stay with us here. Still to come, can the cell transplant which

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repaired this man's broken spinal cord work for others and

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revolutionised the treatment of paralysis? The baby of a pregnant

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woman who was stabbed multiple times in Sutton Coldfield has been born in

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hospital and is doing well, according to police. A 41-year-old

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man known to the woman was immediately detained in connection

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with the attack in the town centre and he remains in custody. Speaking

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a short time ago, Phil Mackie gave us this update on the condition of

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the mother and the child. This news came through from West Midlands

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Police not long ago. We know that the mother, who was 40 years old and

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heavily pregnant, had been stabbed this afternoon and she was airlifted

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to hospital. In hospital this evening, a baby has been born. We

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presume that is by Caesarean section. We don't know the sex of

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the child yet. The baby is doing well, according to the statement

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from police, but the mum, who was stabbed, remains in a critical

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condition. She is still being treated in hospital. This is BBC

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world news. The latest headlines. Brazil's former president Lula

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accuses proxy tutors of disrespected -- accuses prosecutors of

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disrespecting democracy after they question him. Police are testing a

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knife to see if it was the murder weapon in the OJ Simpson case. Now

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all of the sport. Three points clear at the top of the

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Premier League, but what has been the secret to Leicester City's

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remarkable success? Claudio Ranieri has revealed he has kept the squad

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focused on the training pitch by ringing and imagine rebel at them. I

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say to them, ding-dong, when they are sleeping, no? And then I ring a

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little bell. We have brought you a little bell. Hey, you are sleeping.

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Come on! Do you think you have maybe got this air of a headteacher about

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you, with the players, with us? No, no. From the beginning, when

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something was wrong, I said, ding-dong, wake up! During the

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training sessions, ding-dong! Christmas Day, I said, I'd buy for

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everybody, all of the staff, a little bell. Ding-dong! Just a joke.

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Arsenal have suffered another blow to their title hopes. Petr Cech, the

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goalkeeper, will be out for three to four weeks. The the Czech... Arsenal

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travel to north London rivals Tottenham on Sunday. It is a serious

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calf injury and he had a green alert. From the first goal, he

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couldn't kick the ball properly because of his groin. He may be deep

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-- he may be compensated too much. If you look at... It is very good as

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well. I am not honestly worried at all on that front. A report

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commissioned into the awarding of the 2006 World Cup to Germany says

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it has found no conclusive evidence of vote rigging, but it cannot rule

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out the possibility of votes being bought. The report was commissioned

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after it emerged the German football Federation made a payment of 6.7

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million euros to Fifa in 2005. This investigation essentially says

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that the World Cup of 2006 was not bought, it was not subject to

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corruption. However, it goes on to say that the possibility that votes

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were bought cannot be ruled out. A bit of a conflict that in the

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statement. Why cannot that possibility be ruled out? There was

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evidence that was supposedly withheld, some documents, e-mails

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which were destroyed, but also individuals such as the Fifa

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president at the time, Sepp Blatter, refusing to give evidence to

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Freshfields in the case. It is a confusing picture. There is also

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suggestion in this report that there are unclear payments which have been

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uncovered. One of those has come from Franz Beckenbauer, was the

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president of the German bid for the 2006 world club -- World Cup, some

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money received in Swiss francs from a Swiss bank account to a bank

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account in Qatar which was owned by the disgraced former Fifa vice

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president, who was on the Fifa executive committee at the time.

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Great Britain's defence of the Davis Cup title saw them finish one rubber

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apiece after the opening round against Japan in German -- in

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Birmingham. Kei Nishikori levelled it out with a defeat against -- with

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a win against Dan Evans. Tomas Berdych has been taken to five sets.

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World number one Novak Djokovic started winning legal Serbia but

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Mikhail Kukushkin pulled it back for Kazakhstan, beating Viktor Troicki.

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Surgeons in Poland are launching a global search for to paralysed

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patient is -- patients and they will try to help to walk using transplant

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surgery. In 2014, the team announced they had reversed paralysis in a

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former fireman using cells taken his nose to repair his spinal-cord. Our

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correspondent broke the story and he now has this exclusive update.

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He is the paralysed man who walked again.

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This is Darek Fidyka in 2014, after his regenerative cell

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transplant, documented by the BBC's Panorama.

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Now, a bigger test, to ride this tricycle.

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Remember, this is a man who had been completely

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paralysed below his chest after being stabbed.

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Now, he is relearning how to control his legs,

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sending commands from his brain down to his muscles,

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The effort is as much mental as physical.

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TRANSLATION: If I really think, I can feel each muscle,

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The brain is very important and I appreciate it

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lays a crucial role in cycling, or any other exercise I do.

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The big question now is whether Darek's extraordinary

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achievements can be repeated in other patients.

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Only a clinical trial can show whether or not the cell transplant

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does indeed represent a revolution in the treatment of paralysis,

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which would make it one of the greatest

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That's why his surgeon is launching a worldwide search,

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via a website, for two patients with highly unusual injuries.

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Their spinal-cord must be completely severed,

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Help them, and it will silence any doubters.

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We can prove once and forever that we can repair

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There would be no speculation if we succeed to reconstruct.

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This would be history, this will change history.

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If we succeed, we'll find a cure for paralysis.

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The patients will have one of their olfactory bulbs,

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at the base of the brain, shown in green, removed.

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It processes the sense of smell, and is the only part of the nervous

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In a second operation, cells from the

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bulb will be transplanted into the spinal-cord to provide

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a pathway for nerve fibres to grow back.

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The patients selected for the trial will

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undergo intensive physiotherapy, both before and especially

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In all, they will have to commit to spending three years

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living at this rehabilitation centre in Poland.

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The research will be independently assessed by this team

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They will use equipment like this magnetic stimulator

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to monitor the patients' neurological pathways

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As a proof of principle, I'm very excited, because

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this is a novel treatment that holds a great deal of promise.

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This would open up hope that an alternative

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But it is going to take some years to refine it.

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The treatment will cost ?250,000 per patient,

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and is being funded by a small British charity set up by a chef,

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David Nichols, whose son was paralysed in a swimming accident.

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If the trial is successful, it might mean patients

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For Darek, the return of muscle control and sensation has brought

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other improvements, like bladder control and sexual function,

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which he says are just as crucial to his growing sense of independence.

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At a cost of $4 billion, it is the most expensive railway station in

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the world. It is in New York near where the twin towers once stood.

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Today, several years behind schedule, it finally opened. More

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than 200,000 commuters are expected to use it everyday. The architect

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who designed it has called it a gift of love to the city.

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A bird in flight, a Phoenix rising from the ashes,

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New York's latest landmark is a station that doubles

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as a symbol, of renewal, of hope, of life.

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Almost 15 years on from the attacks of 9/11, this new transportation hub

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at Ground Zero has finally opened its doors.

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For survivors it's a highly charged moment.

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Charles DeAndrea lost 176 colleagues that day and has watched this

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Really kind of proud of New York City, being able

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It's just absolutely remarkable, the way we have come back from this.

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And then, to see this today, it's quite amazing.

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It's staggeringly beautiful, but staggeringly costly.

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The project has been plagued by cost blowouts and delays.

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Originally, the plan was to have a transportation hub

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And the price tag of $4 billion is double the estimate.

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It's made this the most expensive station in the world.

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The design, his inspiration was a bird in flight.

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So the tourist trail has a new addition, but the symbolism

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It's been likened to a turkey carcass the day after

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Like a bird, right? Seagull?

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I don't know, I don't really see a bird.

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It just looks like a series of Nike ticks being repeated.

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I know it's supposed to look like, represent a bird, but,

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But to others it's become instantly iconic, and perfectly complements

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I think it's a fantastic way for the city and visitors to always

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look up and be inspired instead of feeling drugged down

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In lower Manhattan, the skyline has been repaired,

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the subway system has a cathedral-like new home.

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But it's still hard to see a plane in the skies without remembering

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the monuments that stood here before.

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Now to something very old. A medieval ring said to have belonged

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to Joan of Arc has returned to France after nearly 600 years in

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England. It was bought by a foundation which runs a historic --

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historical theme pub in western France for $425,000. It is thought

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that Joan gave it to an English cardinal before she was burnt at the

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stake. The former resident of Brazil, Lula, has reacted angrily to

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being detained and questioned in connection with a corruption case.

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He was taken from his house and question for three hours at a police

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station. That is all from me and the rest of the team. Thank you for

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watching. Goodbye. Hello. The heaviest snow really has

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cleared away now, but we might get some fresh snow in one or two other

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parts of the country through the evening and overnight. Across the

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Midlands,

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