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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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Pope Francis visits migrants centres on the Greek island of Lesbos.

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He brings back 12 Syrian refugees to Italy, saying it's

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a humanitarian act - not a political one.

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Lively scenes in the Brazilian parliament over whether to impeach

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the country's President - she says the campaign

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It's a race against time to find survivors in Japan after a second

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earthquake kills more than 30 people.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the Taj Mahal,

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retracing the steps of William's mother.

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That's what the Pope declared as he visited a migrant centre

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Lesbos is where most of migrants first

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Despite the island's proximity to Turkey,

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many migrants drown trying to make the perilous journey.

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He came to what's been called the front line

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to meet the people who risked their lives to get here,

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to plead for a more humane international response to them.

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The Pope is used to provoking emotions.

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They're usually drawn from religious fervour, not desperation.

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All the migrants in this camp are now effectively detained, awaiting

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A deal between the EU and Turkey to try to stem the flow of migrants

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has provoked questions about its morality and legality.

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The Pope's now added his weight to a growing chorus of concern.

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TRANSLATION: We hope that the world will heed these scenes of tragic

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And respond in a way worthy of our common humanity.

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Outside another camp, Syrians gathered for a glimpse

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of the Pope, hoping, somehow, he'd be their saviour.

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This man, a Kurd, said he'd rather die here than be returned to Turkey.

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All the migrants we've met here have huge hopes and expectations

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of the outcome of the Pope's short visit.

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He'll hope, at least, to have managed to stir

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But what difference will the Pope's visit actually make?

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We want them to rethink the EU- Turkey deal, and how

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At the moment it's being rushed through and people aren't having

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a chance to have their claims for asylum fairly heard.

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The Pope flew back to Rome, taking with him three Syrian

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families whose homes have been destroyed.

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while thousands of others have been left in limbo here.

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Meanwhile, Pope Francis addressed questions on board his plane

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about why he met Bernie Sanders at the Vatican on Friday.

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He denied the meeting with the Democratic presidential

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TRANSLATION: I saw him in the foyer of the hotel as I was leaving for

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Greece, greeting someone who the day before was at the Vatican, attending

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a conference, doesn't mean to back his political rule. It is only

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education. If someone thinks the contrary, he needs to go to a

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psychiatrist. Thousands of protestors,

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for and against the impeachment of Brazilian President,

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Dilma Rousseff, are gathering On Sunday Congress will vote

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on the issue with a two thirds majority vote required to trigger

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a formal impeachment trial Rallying the troops. Lula Da Silva,

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Dilma Rousseff's predecessor as president, her most important

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supporter as she faces a crucial impeachment vote in Congress,

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portraying this as a class war, a fright for the survival of Brazil's

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democracy, activists denounced those in favour of impeachment as

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criminals and traitors. TRANSLATION: The country is not as divided as the

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media or politicians make out. I am certain that democracy will triumph

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in the end and people will see what is at stake and

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three days of partisan debate, officially over charges that

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President Rousseff illegally manipulated government accounts to

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conceal a deficit. But it is more than ironic that many of those

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sitting in judgment on those Rousseff have been accused of much

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more serious crimes, including corruption and money-laundering. By

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Sunday night, these 513 congressmen, and they are overwhelmingly men,

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will have decided the fate of Brazil's first female president. It

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is a process that she insists is illegal, a constitutional coup to

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get rid of red dramatically -- democratically elected doesn't. But

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a majority of the zillions to support calls for the President's

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impeachment. These protesters arriving in the capital ahead of the

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votes a economic recession and damaging corruption scandals have

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eroded the Marussia's legitimacy and her authority. I don't believe it

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will make a big difference, but it is the first step. So we have to do

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that, because we have to start sometime and this the moment.

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Brasilia is preparing for a showdown. There has been significant

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economic and social progress under the workers party government, but

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there are those who argue that Brazil is still dangerously divided

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along ideological lines. There are two sins you cannot commit in

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relation to the Brazilian elite. They will not accept a government

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that fights for more equality, as they know Brazil is a very unequal

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country, and they will not accept a country that wants to have a more

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autonomous position in the world. Describing the proceedings as the

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biggest fraud in the history of the country, Dilma Rousseff is fighting

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for her political life. An unpopular leader, desperately looking for

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enough votes to avoid the humiliation of impeachment.

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Shinzo Abe, has warned that rescue workers are in a "race against time"

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to help the victims of two earthquakes which struck the south

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From the island of Kyushu, Robin Brant reports.

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We have been here for a couple of hours and this place is deserted.

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It is quite eerie tonight, and this is why.

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This was the result of that big tremor on Friday.

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The buildings here, and there are lots of them,

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This one has partially fallen away and crushed this camper van.

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There are cracks in the road as well.

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Six people died in this town when that first tremor came.

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They have had two now in 36 hours, and it is not safe to stay.

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that they have been shaken on their foundations.

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And some of them have fallen away at the front.

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It is like something out of a Charlie Chaplin movie, almost.

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And what you are left with inside is, exposed,

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the belongings of the people who used to live here.

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Furniture, clocks, tables, they have simply grabbed a bag and gone.

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The reason it is not safe to stay - well, just look above you.

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is so vulnerable to any further tremors that may come,

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and that is what people here fear most.

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What will come next, and will it be stronger?

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US officials have announced that the Pentagon has sent nine

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Yemeni men to Saudi Arabia from the military prison

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They include Tariq ba Odah, who had been

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The transfer marked one of the largest group of prisoners

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moved out of the US naval base in Cuba since

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to shut the controversial detention centre there before he leaves

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Well, we can go live to Washington - where we can join our correspondent

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What do we know about these nine Yemeni men who have been sent back

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to Saudi Arabia? Well, they can't be sent back to their home country

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because the situation there is too unstable. So they have been sent

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back to Saudi Arabia, where they all have families. This is the result of

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long discussions between Washington and Riyadh to try to come to some

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diplomatic effort to rehouse these prisoners. It comes a week before

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President Obama is due to visit Saudi Arabia as part of the meeting

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and summit of Gulf states. And it is part of the President's push to try

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to close this facility, an election pledge. He is of course coming up

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against some opposition from the Republican-controlled Congress. This

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will leave 80 prisoners back in Guantanamo Bay, 26 of whom have

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already been cleared for release. They are expected to be released by

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the end of the summer. As you say, this is a small number of VAT still

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left at the prison. Is he going to manage to achieve his pledge of

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closing the tension centre? It might be quite difficult. These prisoners

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are obviously from the other states, so there may be the dramatic efforts

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to return them there. There are US citizens in Guantanamo and there are

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moves to try to bring them back to the United States. But that would

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require the repeal of a law which says it cannot happen. Currently,

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Congress says that that is not going to happen. But the ayes have it, the

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ayes have it has not ruled out using his executive power to try to

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overrule Congress on this matter. Certainly, Guantanamo remains a

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controversial facility and the release of at least one of these

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prisoners shows why. He has been held since 2007. He has been on

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hunger strike on and off since then. He lost half his body weight there.

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There have been huge efforts by his lawyers to release him on

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humanitarian grounds, and now he is free. Other prisoners say they

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should also be free, as they have not yet been charged with anything.

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So there are certainly efforts both from President Obama and elsewhere

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to try to close this facility. Whether he will be able to do this

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by January, he has less than a year before the end of his presidency, we

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will have to wait and see. Here in the UK, the Mayor of London,

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Boris Johnson has delivered a blunt message to President Obama,

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saying he should not back the campaign for Britain to remain

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in the European Union. The President will visit

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the UK next week. With more - here's our

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Political Correspondent - Up and down the country,

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it's Boris Johnson who is Good morning, everybody,

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thank you very much... At referendum rallies,

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like here in Newcastle today, he's urging voters to back

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the Leave campaign. But on a visit to the UK next week,

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the US President is expected to say Britain

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should remain in the EU, a likely intervention

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that Mr Johnson condemned in an interview

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with the BBC. I just find it absolutely bizarre

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that we're being lectured by the Americans about giving up our

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sovereignty, giving up control. They wouldn't dream

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of sharing sovereignty. Is he in danger of making America

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look like a hypocrite? Not in danger of it,

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I'm afraid he is... Coming just a few days before

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President Obama arrives on another state visit to Britain,

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Boris Johnson's plain speaking It's not the usual red carpet

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rhetoric rolled out especially from someone who aspires

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to live here one day. But Boris Johnson likes

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to grab the spotlight, and knows his comments

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will get people's attention. Senior Conservatives from the Remain

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campaign are not impressed. I don't think he's

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thought this one through very hard, it's a pretty unwise

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and naive comment to make. The United States has

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pledged to come to the defence of Europe

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if we're ever attacked, to expose their own

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country to defend us. The idea that the President

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of the United States can't express concern at the wider

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implications for the West as a whole, I don't think

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that's credible. Any intervention has

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to be carefully managed. President Obama won't want

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to be seen to be telling British voters what to do, but Mr

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Cameron will hope this special relationship will give his campaign

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the boost it needs. Stay with us on BBC

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World News, still to come: No complaints from the neighbours

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about this extension - the astronauts above the International

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Space Station are getting some extra room.

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They're about as far away from digital downloads and streaming

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But it seems that traditional vinyl records are making a come-back.

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Sales are up more than 60% this year.

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And here in Britain, 500 limited edition vinyl

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records are on sale, as part of a campaign to make people

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building for some time. We have had a Jese of consecutive growth since

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Record Store Day was introduced in 2008. It was helped by rock and

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indie bands being popular after 2000, so that created an impetus. In

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the same way that the final went into decline and entered a circle,

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once it got popular again, a virtuous cycle was created and more

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people want to buy into it. It is not just the baby boomers, but a

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younger generation who are responding as well.

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The latest headlines: Pope Francis says bringing back 12 Syrian

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refugees to Italy from the Greek islands of Lesbos is a humanitarian

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parliament over whether to impeach the country's President -

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she says the campaign against her is a coup.

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Cuban President Raul Castro has rejected

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privatisation and vowed that

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neoliberal values will never be applied to Cuban socialism.

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He was speaking as more than a thousand delegates

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and invited guests gathered in Havana for a party congress.

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The gathering - which takes place every five years -

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follows the recent visit of President Obama and moves

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What does this tell us about Roald Castro and his relationship with the

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US? It was interesting that at the start of his speech, he underlined

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the point you made that neoliberal and suppose would not be applied in

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Cuba's socialist model, but he did go on to make reference to China and

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Vietnam's economy, and there was an implication about how much of the

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economic reforms agreed five years ago, the last time there was a

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communist party Congress in Cuba, still need to be done. So he was

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berating the delegates for not having done more. What was most

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interesting was the moment when he passed the baton onto the next

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generation. There was a about how there could be a plan to make sure

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the top age to join the Cuban Communist Party would be 74 top

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leaders, as well as a call for women leaders to get more involved. -- the

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top age would be 74 top leaders. That shows the new direction he

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would like the party to take over the next ten years. Given what he

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has said about the US, does this make for an uneasy future

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relationship? Well, it comes quick on the heels of that historic visit

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by President Obama. And of course, they had to make reference to that

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and things that have been achieved. I think there is still a closeness

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at the moment that a lot of ordinary Cubans are enjoying. The page

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appears to have been turned on that hostile relationship, and if the

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parties to reflect the interests of the people, it will want to make

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sure it keeps that there. But at the same time, as one of the historic

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leaders of the revolution, Raul Castro wants to make sure people

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don't think it is all rosy between Washington and Havana. There are

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still aware that these two countries have very different views of how to

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do politics and how to run an economy.

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Aston Villa have been relegated from the top flight

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They were one of just seven teams to have played in every season

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since the Premier League was formed in 1992 but after a 1-0 defeat

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to Manchester United today, Villa will play their football

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18 year old Marcus Rashord scored the goal that sent Villa

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to their first relegation since 1987.

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SPEAKER: the players are obviously devastated. It has been coming and

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we know that, but the realisation is difficult. I think they are very

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disappointed today in terms of what they put into the game. It has been

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difficult for everybody at the club, but I thought today, they took a

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step forward and a step back towards the supporters, who were outstanding

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today. But we have to get on with it. We have to ensure that this

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fantastic football club goes back to where it should be and that this

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never happens again. There were some other significant

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results in the relegation scrap. Norwich lost to Sunderland -

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they're now just a point apart It was a first win at Newcastle

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for Rafa Benitez - In this evening's game,

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Manchester City beat Chelsea 3-0. he thinks the biggest problem facing

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football is match fixing. Last year, more than 50 people

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were arrested as part of investigations into match-fixing

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in Italy's third and fourth tier, while a former Premier League

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striker was jailed for his part in a conspiracy to bribe

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lower-league players in England. It's a problem that Javier Tebas

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says the sport's governing bodies TRANSLATION: We are working in La

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Liga and the professional leagues, but I think the Spanish football

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Federation has to still work harder in the lower categories and control

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the situation more, which they are failing to do. The same goes for

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other leagues. They are keeping a superficial approach to such a big

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problem. Uefa says they are working on it, but they should put more

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pressure on organisations involved with match fixing. And Fifa should

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put more pressure on the federations to push them to work harder to

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eradicate match fixing. They should threaten them with being expelled

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from competitions if they fail to do so, and not many are doing it.

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Lewis Hamilton will have to produce one of the best drives of his career

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if he's to win tomorrow's Chinese Grand Prix.

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The world champion failed to set a time

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in qualifying after suffering engine problems.

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That, along with a five place penalty for changing the gear box

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on his Mercedes, means he'll start from last place.

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His team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg

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will start from pole, with Red Bull's Daniel

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Rafa Nadal is through to his 100th career final after beating

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Andy Murray at the Monte Carlo Masters.

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Murray was dominant in the first set, but fell away as the Spaniard

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reached his 10th final in the principality,

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Frenchman Gael Monfils is into his first.

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The 13th seed enjoyed a surprisingly

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straightforward game against compatriot

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Astronauts on board the International Space Station

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It's an experimental inflatable module, which has been attached

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remotely to the ISS by a NASA ground control team.

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The module arrived at the space station almost a week ago,

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The new inflatable module is gradually unpacked by robotic arm

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around 400 kilometres above Earth. And above the Nasa staff manoeuvring

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the arm at the Johnson space centre. The habitat, made of lightweight and

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super strong material, is the brainchild of Bigelow Aerospace,

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based in Nevada, whose website shows an animation of the operation to

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install the Bigelow expandable activity module, and its eventual

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inflation, due to take place in late May. News of the extension was

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tweeted by one of the astronauts observing the operation through the

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IFS windows. Beam again enters from the aft port of the tranquillity

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module, where it will be attached for the next two years. During that

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time, crew members will enter Beam periodically to take measurements

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and monitor the performance of the module. The aim is to see how the

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module copes with the temperature swings and high radiation

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environment of space and possible impacts from space debris. The

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extension is little bigger than a phone booth, at Bigelow is working

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on a much larger module which could revolutionise space habitats and

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save millions in launch costs. The operation completed, astronaut Tim

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had more immediate thoughts on his mind.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have

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visited the Taj Mahal - the final engagement of their tour

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They sat briefly on the bench where Diana, Princess

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of Wales was famously photographed on her own,

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in the year she separated from Prince Charles.

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Officials have said the couple wanted to create new memories.

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Here's our Royal Correspondent, Nicholas Witchell.

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It was one of those moments which mattered much more to picture

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desks and photographers than it did to the principals.

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William was only nine when his mother visited

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His officials say that visit 24 years ago has no

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But the images of his late mother sitting alone

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at this monument to love, Prince Charles having decided

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not to accompany her, was one of the clearest signs

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at the time that their marriage was in serious trouble.

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Hardly the happiest of associations for William, then.

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But at the end of their first visit to India, it was an opportunity

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for him and Catherine to create memories of their own,

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albeit under the intense scrutiny of photographers.

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They were waiting for just one thing,

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images of Diana's elder son and his wife posing together

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at the place where Diana had been left so tellingly alone.

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It was a moment not as significant to William as the watching world may

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try to make it, yet a fitting place to end the couple's visit to India.

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What has the visit here meant to you?

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Yet William understands the resonance today's

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24 years ago, the images from this place were rather forlorn ones.

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Those images have now been supplanted, at least in part,

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And on that note, this royal visit to India and Bhutan concluded.

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According to officials, the couple achieved what they wanted

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Nicholas Witchell, BBC News, at the Taj Mahal.

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From me and the rest of the team, goodbye.

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I hope you manage to enjoy some sunshine today. But despite that, it

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has been cold. We had a plunge of Arctic air coming down across the

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country today. For some of us, it was quite a

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