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This is BBC World News Today with me Tim Willcox

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The Headlines Airline security is under the spotlight again -

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a hi-jacked Egyptian plane is diverted to Cyprus.

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The hijacker went through Egyptian security -

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but was wearing a fake suicide belt on the flight.

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Passengers were released unharmed - security officials rule out

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Donld Trump's Presidential campaign hits trouble as his campaign manager

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More than 200 people are detained in Pakistan as the hunt for those

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behind the Easter Sunday bombing in Lahore intensifies.

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And a corking future for British winemakers.

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How climate change could actually be helping the UK's vineyards.

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Hello and welcome to World News Today.

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Desperate, tense moments for the passengers and crew

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on a highjacked EgyptAir flight turned to relief today.

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When the man who'd apparently boarded the flight with a suicide

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explosives vest disembarked the plane and gave himself

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The plane was originally scheduled to travel from Alexandria to Cairo

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but was diverted to Larnaca Airport in Cyprus, where it's

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The man released most passengers when the plane landed.

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One of the remaining hostages - who appears to be a crew member -

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managed to make a daring escape as you can see here.

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The suicide belt turned out to be a fake, with Cypriot officials

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saying the man is psychologically unstable, with no political motive.

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Our Correspondent, Yolande Knell reports Larnaca Airport.

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A cockpit window became the emergency exit as the Egyptair

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The hijacker then emerged wearing what

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was found to be a fake suicide belt, and he surrendered to the Cypriot

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On board the plane, the man, an Egyptian named Seif Eldin

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Mustafa, alarmed staff when he threatened to blow up.

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The flight, carrying over 60 people, including

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Britain and other Europeans, was forced to divert from Cairo

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Many passengers were released, but a handful were held

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TRANSLATION: We got on board the plane, and were surprised

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that the crew took away all of our passports.

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After awhile, we realised the altitude was getting higher.

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At first the crew told us there was a

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Only later, we knew it was being hijacked.

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As the plane remains on the tarmac, this unusual incident

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And inevitably, questions are being asked about

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After a deadly attack last year, Egypt was criticised

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But this all appears to have been caused by a passenger who only

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Grainy footage has been released that apparently shows the hijacker

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undergoing security checks at Alexandria airport,

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and Egypt's Prime Minister gave assurances

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TRANSLATION: We conduct strict and very accurate measures

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I hope that all will go well with the continuous

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follow-up work, and development with the new equipment we have.

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Security experts say there are some scenarios

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it will always be hard to prepare for.

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It reminds us to look at aviation security more holistically.

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There are vulnerabilities within the system -

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it is not a total security environment.

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This evening, an aircraft flew in, expecting to take travellers

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While no-one was harmed in today's hostage situation,

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it could still have a negative effect on the country's tourism,

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We hope to get the latest from our correspondence at Cairo airport when

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the plane lands with the passengers on board.

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Well, joining me now in the studio is Mark Harris,

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from Crisis Response Service at Olive Group, an expert

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And in our Southampton Studio, Eric Moody, a former BA pilot.

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Eric, if I could start with you. The worst nightmare for any pilot. The

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pilot from Egyptair has been praised for the calm way he responded to

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this. What are you trying to do and have you ever been through it? No, I

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have not been through it. I have some friends who have been through

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it. I lived through the whole time of flights, through the late 1960s

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and 1970s when hijacking was rife and it sounds very much like the

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flight heading to Cuba with Cuban refugees on board, but the training,

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what can you do? I think they did the right thing. You give in, but

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not easily. You have to do what he wants, the hijacker, you have to

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listen to him. Is there a code that you press in to some sort of

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computer to alert authorities that you have been hijacked? Well, there

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are means by which you can't declare an emergency on an aeroplane without

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speaking, yes. Kate. Mark, as far as you're concerned as a negotiator,

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what are the key first steps? The first thing to do is to try to calm

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the situation down. It is going to be very tense, obviously, within the

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aircraft, so their crew or cabin crew and things will have received

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training and guidance on how to minimise the tension, which sounds

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very difficult to do, and it is difficult to do, but it is one of

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those things you've got to try and do. When lines of the negation are

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opened, and if the person, the hijacker or hijackers, are speaking

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a different line which, presumably you are going to have to go through

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an intermediate, a translator, for that, and make sure that translator

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is going to be able to impart that want to establish in terms of

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negotiation? Certainly, very much so, and that is why, when you have

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those situations, we hear that and Egyptian individual, most likely on

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the ground, so I don't know what the line which was between them, but it

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may well have been a second language, so again, that can be a

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may well have been a second and making sure people understand

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what the overall objective and making sure people understand

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is the safety of life and reducing the risk and the threats

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when you lost all engines. What did you say to the passengers? I just

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wanted to get you say to the passengers? I just

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attention of the world's press. I said good evening. This is the

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attention of the world's press. I being hijacked, your prime

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attention of the world's press. I and to the airline, and so would

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make an announcement like that as captain? Well, you don't want to

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upset the hijacker, that is the big thing. You want to do... You have

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got to thing. You want to do... You have

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can do, you will do and if you ask you to fly further than the fuel you

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have got, you can't do that. You you to fly further than the fuel you

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have to be persuasive, but you don't give in submitted late. You give in

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to his demands within reason. You are trying to survive and keep the

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aircraft and, more importantly, the passengers and the crew say. Just on

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that question of giving in, when do you offer concessions or do you not

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offer concessions? Is it you were told just to keep the dialogue

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going? I think it depends very much of the objectives are of the

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hijackers themselves in a big red becomes a terrorist situation then

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it is very much in the hands of the Government and the authorities on

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the ground, so depending on what the hijackers objectives are, as the

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negotiator, you ain't is to keep the talking going on so you can

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establish what they are and then there are other people who are then

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looking at potentially what minor concessions might be made in order

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to secure the lives of the passengers and crew. Just briefly, I

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know you have been involved in several of the situations. Do you

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know when the authorities decide to go in and take the plane by force or

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are you kept away from that decision? Well, I think, as a

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commercial response to crisis management consultant, it is most

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likely we would not be but our client probably would be told at the

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last moment that that is going to happen. All rights. Thank you both

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very much for joining me on the programme.

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In the latest twist in an already extraordinary campaign,

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it's emerged that Republican Presidential candidate

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Donald Trump's campaign manager has been charged with battery.

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Corey Lewandowski was charged with intentionally grabbing

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and bruising a reporter at a campaign event on March 8th.

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Florida police have released these images which they say show

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The Trump campaign have said that Mr Lewandowski is innocent

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Our correspondent Barbara Plett Usher is in Washington.

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What has the reaction been in Washington to this? Well, the

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reaction from crucially Mr Trump's campaign opponents, his rivals for

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the presidential nomination, has been to say that this is typical of

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Donald Trump's style, that it reflects the culture of his

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campaign, it reflects the character of the candidate, saw his opponents

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have jumped onto this incident to push their advantage if they can

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indeed do so. If I could speak about Mr Trump's reaction, this is

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somebody for him, the campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski is

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someone who is very important to him. He has a very small team around

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him and Mr Lewandowski was his right-hand man. Both of them had

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initially said nothing had happened, that Mr Lewandowski said he had not

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even touch the reporter and now the video is out that he did in fact

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show some grabbing of and pulling her backwards, but Mr Trump has come

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out and said, look, the video is not showing anything. He said look at

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the tapes, nothing there. He said it should not really be defined as

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assault, but nevertheless Mr Lewandowski has been charged and he

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will have to deal with the fact that he has to appear in court to defend

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himself. You have covered and we all have covered big campaigns, but that

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is one of the rough and tumble things. I have seen people pushed to

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the ground. Are some people treating this as a sort of storm in a teacup?

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Well, if you look at the pictures, what you see is Mr Lewandowski

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grabbing the reporter and pulling her back as she is trying to

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question Mr Trump and you are right, in the nature of political rough and

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tumble, it doesn't appear to be anything out of the ordinary, but

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according to the law in Florida, a simple battery is defined as

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touching or striking somebody intentionally against their will and

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the reporter has said she was bruised will stop she has in fact

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shown the bruise on her Twitter page and there is a case to be made. How

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serious it is, I think it is going to add to the narrative at the very

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least that Mr Trump is running a campaign that is raucous, is rowdy,

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is sometimes visibly confrontational, something for which

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he has been criticised, but something he will continue to

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defend. All right. And he very much. -- thank you very much.

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Afghan officials have told the BBC an American jet has crashed

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The M16 reportedly went down near Bagram airfield.

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Details at this stage are sketchy and what may have caused the crash

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We will keep you updated with developments here on BBC News.

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

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America is ordering the families of US

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diplomats and military personnel to leave posts in southern Turkey

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The State Department and Pentagon said dependents of American

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Consulate in Adana and the nearby Incirlik air base must leave.

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The move comes amid heightened security concerns throughout Turkey

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and was accompanied by an updated travel warning advising US

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citizens of an increased threat of terrorist attacks.

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Fresh from recapturing the ancient city of Palmyra,

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Syrian government troops are reported to have advanced

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towards another key town held by the Islamic State group

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A Human Rights group says government forces -

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backed by intense Russian air strikes - seized a series

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Dozens of Japanese scientists and engineers are scrambling

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to save a satellite, and more than a quarter of a billion

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dollars of investment, tumbling out of control in space.

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Hitomi was launched last month and designed to study energetic

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space objects such as supermassive black holes, neutron stars,

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But now time is now running out to save the mission.

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Scientists in Australia are warning that a large number of corals

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in the Great Barrier Reef could die within the next few months,

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because it's suffering from some of its worst ever damage.

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The damage is being caused by bleaching, which happens

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when warmer water causes the corals to get weaker.

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More than 200 people have been detained in Pakistan in the hunt

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for those behind the Easter Sunday bombing that killed at least 70

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Weapons and ammunition have also been seized in raids

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A breakaway group of the Pakistani Taliban claimed

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Our correspondent Shaimaa Khalil reports from the scene

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Celebrating Easter Sunday in the park.

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This young boy was caught up in carnage.

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Now it feels like a ghost town. Everywhere around me are signs of

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the carnage that took place here. There are remains of pools of blood,

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abandoned shoes, broken glass everywhere and of course these

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destroyed food stands, where parents would have come to buy snacks for

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their children. This, of course, now is a site of the massacre saw areas

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of the park have now been cordoned off and around the park, people have

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come with flowers and messages of solidarity. Over here are the rides

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where children were playing when the suicide bomber came in and detonated

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explosives, causing one of the worst attacks Lahore has ever seen.

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Pakistan is in shock and in morning while the authorities and Government

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has vowed to go after the militants. The army, however, are taking the

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lead on security operations. They have announced hundreds of arrests

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and a number of raids not just here in Lahore but also across areas in

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Pakistan. Now, the real concern and fear here, people is whether soft

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targets like this one could be hit again and if whether the security

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forces are able to prevent that from happening. Pakistanis will now be

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watching anxiously to see whether the political and the military

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leadership can keep security under control.

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It will take months to reopen Brussels Zaventem airport fully,

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its CEO has warned, as staff return to the site a week

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after it was targeted by Islamist bombers.

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The airport will open at 20% capacity on Wednesday.

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Enhanced security measures are being introduced and further

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screening of baggage will take place before passengers reach

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35 people were killed and 96 more are still in hospital

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after bombs targeted the airport and a metro train.

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Meanwhile, the mayor of Brussels was in Paris on Tuesday to meet

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Speaking to reporters in French and English, he was asked

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about the response to the attacks in Brussels which left 35 dead.

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analysis to be done about the investigation

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and the manner in which things unfolded.

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Otherwise, these attacks wouldn't have happened.

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Do you now feel that this Belgian-Franco

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terrorist network, that you have broken the back of it?

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I hope it and we hope it all, yes, certainly.

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The situation in Brussels is still going on.

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There are still a lot of investigations now in Brussels,

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so it is maybe too early to say it is finished,

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but there is good work together between the French police

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Let's catch up with some of the days other main stories.

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The World Health Organisation says that the Ebola outbreak

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in West Africa no longer constitutes an international emergency.

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The announcement was made by the organisation's chief

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Margaret Chan, raising confidence that the remaining isolated cases

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This officially ends the emergency first declared in August 2014.

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Thailand has revealed a draft of its proposed new constitution.

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Military generals have promised stability after a decade

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But critics say that the charter is undemocratic and gives too much

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power to the military, who staged a coup two years ago.

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The Oscar-winning American actress, Patty Duke, has died

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Ms Duke won an Academy Award in 1963 at the age of 16,

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for her portrayal of Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker.

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She later became known for her roles in a number of television films.

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There are new questions about safety in boxing after Saturday's British

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Nick Blackwell is still in a medically induced coma

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in hospital after losing to Chris Eubank Junior.

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Today the winner's father - the former world champion

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Chris Eubank - has questioned the decision to allow the fight

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Our Sports Correspondent Richard Conway has more.

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Saturday's contest for the British middleweight title ended in defeat

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for Nick Blackwell during the 10th round, but by then, a huge swelling

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Doctors later revealed he had suffered a small bleed on his brain.

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Today, his opponent, Chris Eubank Junior,

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together with his father, Chris Senior, the former

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When I am watching him after the fight and he is lying

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on the ground with an oxygen mask, that is when worry sets in.

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Wow, I didn't realise this was going to happen, you know?

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And I went over there, are you going to be all right,

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Eubank Senior reportedly banged on the canvas during the fight,

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He then stepped into the ring to warn his son that his opponent

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was hurt, questioning why the bout was continuing.

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One, he's getting hurt, two, why isn't the referee

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Even inspiring, I always tell Junior to stay away from the heads. His

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punching ability is dangerous. It was Eubank Senior's 1981 world

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title contest against Michael Watson After a brutal exchange of punches,

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Watson spent 40 days in a coma, and had six brain operations,

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leaving him partially paralysed. The memory of that

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night still resonates. The surgeon who operated

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on Michael Watson 25 years ago believes more effort should now be

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devoted to minimising harm You will never get rid of it,

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like you could never get rid of injury in all sport,

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but the only way of bringing that down is to stop fights earlier,

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and I think this has raised Nick Blackwell remains in hospital

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in a medically induced coma, but it's believed there are no

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plans to operate on him. Over the weekend, his

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family thanked the public They, together with the world

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of boxing, are hopeful he can 2015 was a corker of a year

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for British vineyards, with record sales at home

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and around the globe. But could British producers been

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doing even more to boost sales Go into your local

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restaurant for dinner, and you may order a Spanish red

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or a French white to go But how about a glass

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from much closer to home, grown here in the

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English countryside? These vines may not look

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like much at the moment, but the team here in Kent

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are going to be monitoring them closely over the next

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few months, in time for harvest, when

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they are going to be This is what the vineyard looked

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like in full bloom last summer. And it is becoming more and more

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likely you will see scenes like this as millions

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of pounds is being invested into English and Welsh

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wine, with more and more vineyards It even has the interest

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of the champagne house Tattinger, But can it really compete with those

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well-established brands? Similar to champagne -

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it uses the same three great grapes of champagne, Pinot Meunier,

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Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, we age it, so it has

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the same soil that is And it is one of those things that

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from our point of view just And it seems many agree,

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as English wine production has doubled in the past five years,

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with sales reaching a record ?150 million in 2015, which is thought

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to be down to a number of factors. We're learning more

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about the vineyards, and the places, the right places

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to plant the right vines. There's more expertise,

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because of more available. And there's a growing eagerness

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from consumers to engage with wine and food producers,

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which all comes together and works. Now, the Government is setting

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new targets to increase wine exports tenfold, from 250,000

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bottles to 2.5 million by 2020. It plans to offer support,

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resources, and help wine producers identify more suitable land

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for sparkling wine production. Let's return now to our main story

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of the hijacked Egyptair plane which was due to land in Alexandria but

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the passengers have been taken off and put on another plane and are due

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to arrive at Carrie wrote -- Cairo airport shortly. When I lead you to

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touch down, Sally? We are still waiting here in Cairo airport for

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the passengers to arrive. We have the family members here. There is a

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sense of belief among these family members. They are happy that ones

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are coming back safely after the moments of anxiety and extreme

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tension they experienced in the morning. A lot of media people are

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around as well. We are also expecting the Prime Minister to

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arrive, where he will receive the passengers. So far, what we

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understand is that the hijacker is still detained in Cyprus. According

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to sources of the Egyptian Ministry of the interior, he has a permanent

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record that includes robberies and fraud but we do not know when he is

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expected to be deported back to Cairo. Just briefly, Sally, any

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questions about airport security? Definitely. The fact that a person

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was able to hijack a plane that easily in one of the Egyptian

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airports raises lots of concerns about how accurate and vigorous

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there are security checks are. All right. Thank you very much indeed.

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But for now from me, Tim Wilcox, and the rest of the team,

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