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Hello and welcome to World News Today. It warning from UN Special

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Envoy Angelina Jolie Pitt that the global refugee system has broken

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down. She says the current 60,000,000 people on the move is the

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largest since World War II and countries need to pull together. How

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we respond will determine whether we create a more stable world or face

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decades of far greater instability. That is a former British spy chief

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says failing to deal with the crisis could lead to populist uprisings

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across Europe. Also coming up... The United States and other world powers

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say they are ready to arm the Libyan government to help it fight Islamic

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State. And more are celebrating in the city. Lester turns out for its

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Premier League champions as they parade the silverware around the

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streets. The global refugee system has broken

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down, that's the warning from the UN refugee agency and its special envoy

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Angelina Jolie Pitt. Speaking to the BBC, Hollywood actress warns

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uncontrolled immigration had given what she calls a false of legitimacy

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to those who promote fear and separation. She said nations need to

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put together to deal with the world's 60,000,000 displaced people.

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That is not the only warning to be made about the impact of the refugee

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crisis. Here in the UK the former head of foreign intelligence says

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the European Union is evident in the face of the most serious

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humanitarian problem it has ever faced and NASA has said rising

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global temperatures, 1 of the drivers of the international

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migration crisis have broken records for the 7th month in a row. We will

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report on all those developers but 1st, here's what Angelina Jolie Pitt

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told the BBC today. I would say every human being is justified in

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trying... And it is noble to try and make a better life for yourself and

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your family but there is a difference of a refugee and economic

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migrant and refugee is someone who has to leave, they are in fear of

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death from persecution and war and an economic migrant is somebody who

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is in need of making a situation better but is not living necessarily

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in the country for that country is oppressing it and it's right to

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live. It is very difficult to have to put it on a scale, the only

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reason we do is because there is a lack of funds and there is a lack of

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space. I believe the person... Bombs dropping on their house and killing

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their children, they have absolutely no way to survive in a place that

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they are at, I believe that should be put as priority and legally, that

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the split as priority. 1 of the issues that has come up again and

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again is the fact that now there is a lot of talk since the crisis in

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Europe and... We are forgetting that there is the Middle East and Africa

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who are also facing quite some pressure with regards to refugees. I

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particularly speak about Libya, and it has a very unstable situation and

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that is helping with human traffic in. I wonder what you think would be

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or should be the responsibility of countries who intervened when it

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comes to taking care of refugees. Libby of course is a country of

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great concern because it has gotten to a stage where it is quite lawless

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and the traffickers and we see the boats and the migrants on the

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boats... A lot of people are benefiting financially from that and

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I think 1 thing that can be focused on is accountability for these

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crimes. For the trafficking, I don't see many people arrested for this

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kind of behaviour but who to arrest them? Who wears... The local police,

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army? Not from a country that does not have a stable police and army in

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government, so these are the bigger questions and how... Even if it was

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to say this country should help, what exactly should they do? We have

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to bring law and order to these countries, we have to stabilise

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them. Angelina Jolie Pitt is not the only person warning about the impact

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of the migrant crisis. Sir Richard Ehrlich, the former chief spy master

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in Britain told the BBC the European Union appears to be imprudent of

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rising to the challenge of the migrant influx which could run into

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millions of the next 5 years. If Europe cannot act together to

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persuade a majority of its citizens that it could gain control of its

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migrant crisis, then the EU will find itself at the mercy of a

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populist uprising which is already stirring. The stakes are very high.

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And the UK referendum is the 1st row of the dice in a bigger geopolitical

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game. With me is our security correspondent Gordon Carrara.

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Dramatic words from the former head of MI6, what is he most worried

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about? His concern is about the ability or the way in which Europe

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is dealing with this migration crisis. He says up to a million

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April had entered Europe as refugees are migrants last year and European

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institutions had not shown themselves to be able to deal with

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that and some of the pressures it created. It is his concern is that

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if people do not see the EU getting a grip on this the risk is of a

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backlash and what he calls a populist uprising of extremist

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politics growing in Europe as a result. He spoke of fears of these

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uprisings of populism, did he say anything about potential security

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aspects of migration, Bears that Islamist might be slipping into your

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pretending to be refugees? He was careful to say you should not

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conflict migration with terrorism and there were risks of individuals

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coming through the refugee flow or the migration flow to carry out

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attacks as might have happened in Paris but he also said it's not as

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simple as that and border control... There is lots of evidence that

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British citizens, other EU citizens are involved in terrorism, in other

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words people do not need to come into the continent to carry out

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terrorist attacks, it would be too simplistic to say the problems are

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that closely linked and good intelligence, he said, was vital in

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dealing with that rather than border control. We have had a Google -- a

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vocal form a few days about whether Britain should stay in the EU... You

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could hear from the tone of Sir Richard Dearlove that he was pretty

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negative than pessimistic about your's ability to deal with this, he

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has been seen as someone favouring Britain to get out of the EU, he did

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not say that explicitly but he said he thought there could be some

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marginal security gains from leaving. Others by Chiefs, as you

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said, in the last week, wrote in the newspapers they believe Britain

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would be safer if it remains in the EU, they would have more ability to

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shape data-sharing arrangements in Europe which is important, there is

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a difference of opinion amongst those involved in security about the

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implications of Britain leaving. Thank you. An international

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children's to the swarming the migration crisis risks creating a

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lost generation of children unless governments tackle the issue. Save

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the children calls for no refugee child to be out of school for more

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than a month at aid agencies are worried about particular risks

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facing women who along with children, make-up majority of new

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migrants and refugees arriving in Europe. Caroline Hawley reports from

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Lesbos. Alone, with four small children and

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stranded in a strange country. This lady's husband was crushed to death

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on an overcrowded Hindi the smugglers forced the family to

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board. TRANSLATION: Daddy... Says her 1 1/2 robot.

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Amina was on the same boat, she volunteers at this tea stand to stop

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result going mad with grief. She set off from Aleppo with her disabled

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husband Mohammed. That night, he drowned.

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Many of the women here were already widows than they left, others want

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to join husbands and brothers who made the journey 1st. This camp is 1

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of the safest and best managed in Greece but aid agencies say women on

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their own are vulnerable to sexual violence. Some here have formed

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their own support networks, these women met in a Turkish detention

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centre, forging a firm friendship and now share this makeshift home.

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This woman's husband and 2 sons disappeared in northern Syria, when

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her home was hit by shells, there was nothing to keep her there. Her

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friend and her 3 children left home in Damascus to try to join her

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husband and other son and daughter in Germany.

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They hope to live next door to each other in Germany but with your's

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borders closed, they are in limbo, like everyone else here, they have

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no idea what the future holds. With me is the managing director of the

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overseas development Institute, she does work on government, security

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and migration. What do you think of what Angelina Jolie Pitt said today?

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The system has broken down? There is a lot to agree with her comments...

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As you say, she pointed out that the system that exists and there is a

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system on rules and laws and responsibility, has broken down,

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because those rules and laws are not being implemented and respected. It

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has been broken down formally because the laws are not respected,

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also broken down because pledges, financial pledges have been made to

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support countries in the regions shouldering the responsibility of

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the refugees others from the regions. I am not -- they are not

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being helped. Is that because the rules in place haven't been able to

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predict what is happening, the overwhelming magnitude? I don't

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think that is the case, in a way, the flow, particularly from here was

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predict the bowl given that the progress of the conflict, in the

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country more broadly in the region, I think the system has broken down

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because the mutual responsibility... That states all over the world

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commit to each other to implement... And leave it to a race to the

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bottom... Every state tries to protect themselves, and their

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borders. As a failure of that sense of international commitment,

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solidarity. You say the promises made with Syria in particular,

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aren't being kept? They are not being kept and importantly, or

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equally importantly, this crisis of politics and solidarity also ends up

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being a very ineffective way of dealing with this crisis. The race

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to the bottom is a race everybody loses, the work we have done suggest

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refugees and migrants, once they make the decision to leave their

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country and everything they have got and go in search of safety, they are

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not easily deterred and actually, the policies put in place by member

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states in Europe and other countries in the world are simply not

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effective at keeping people out. I note you say refugees and migrants

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together... But do you acknowledge that in many countries, people see

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those categories of people on the move differently, they may be

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willing to welcome refugees but economic migrants, less so? You are

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right, the categories are different and refugees are entitled to

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specific protection because they are fleeing extreme danger and balance.

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It would be a mistake to conflate these categories. I think when it

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comes to what can be done about the facts are many people are on the

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move, we need to be careful, solving and addressing the problem from 1

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category because it's seen to be better deserving does not end up

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leaving many others in even worse conditions simply because they do

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not have the same level of protection and entitlement. And

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people will continue to move for a variety of reasons, for conflict...

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But also continued to be because of economic reasons and aspirations and

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in search of a better life. As we approach the questions of what to do

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about this, it's important to look at different solutions for different

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people, but not to forget that there are migrants who are equally in

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dangerous situations sometimes. Thank you very much. Plenty more to

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discuss another day. The refugee crisis has been partly blamed on

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climate change and April has seen yet another record broken. According

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to NASA last month was the warmest April ever recorded and that's the

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7th month in a row global record temperatures have been smashed. The

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news comes at governments began working in Germany for a Rubik to

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implement the 2015 Paris agreement to implement global warning with the

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United Nations urging strong work bell-macro stronger action. Land and

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sea temperatures rose 11% above the baseline for April, scientists are

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talking about climate emergency. It all but assures 2016 will be the

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hottest on record and probably the largest margin. The average

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temperature of the Earth's service has increased by 0 pointed 5d in the

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last century, 13/14 warmest years were recorded in the 21st-century.

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The BBC weather team says beating climate records month after month is

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a growing trend but the concern is the rate at which temperatures

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accelerate. When we say 1 point something degree it doesn't sound

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like much at all but we have to put it into context of what was agreed

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in Paris at the tail end of last year by all the countries who got

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together and said, no more than 1 1/2. If we have already got up to 1

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point something,... We talk about what is going on at the north and

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south pole which is often used by climate science... The ice is

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shrinking like there is no tomorrow, the North Pole... At the South Pole,

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the ice is building up in locations but it has to be said, overall,

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whatever your prospective, there is very much more in the way of ice

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loss at the North Pole than the South Pole. The United States and

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other world powers say they are ready to an the Libyan backed Unity

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government to help it fight so-called Islamic State. John Kerry

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said Libyan authorities were about to receive ammunition and weapons

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through exemptions from the current UN arms embargo. The arms embargo

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allows for the Government of National Accord to request weapons

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if it needs them, specifically to secure the country and to combat

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Daesh. The instability in Libya is affecting more countries in North

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Africa, some of the neighbours are concerned about the prospect of

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barnstorming into the region. Our correspondent has this update from

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juniors. The instability in Libya affects the entire region, not least

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of which its Mediterranean neighbour Tunisia. Indiana, ways to support

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the new unity government backed by the United Nations... Based in the

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capital Tripoli. They want to help them fight the threat posed by the

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rise of extremist groups like the so-called Islamic State. The Libyan

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government has asked for an exemption to the UN arms embargo

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that has been in place for years, the risk is that because they do not

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control all the rival armed groups in the country and there is no clear

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chain of command, these weapons could eventually fall into the wrong

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hands and could worsen the local civil conflict. The presumptive

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has called on Muslims

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to work with the police and turn people in. This follows his

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controversial demand that Muslims face a temporary ban on entering the

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United States, those remarks prompted criticism from David

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Cameron which Mr Trump responded today saying he is not anti Muslim

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but anti-terrorist. You get a lot of decent law abiding Muslims who feel

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offended... And they feel targeted and under attack. What can you say

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to them... Here is what I say, they have to turn the people in. It must

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work with police and enforcement, tournament, they have got to play

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ball. If they are not going to play ball... Loss of sound. If you had

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your turn again, given how controversial and divisive it has

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been, we Jiri Vesely is what you said about banning muslins from

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America? It got people thinking, whether it's good for me or bad for

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me, I don't care, it got people thinking and you have to understand,

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I am not against any religion but there is something happening,

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something bad going on, something very bad, and we have to get to the

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bottom of that. Let's talk to Laura Trevelyan in Washington. Donald

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Trump says many things making the headlines at what has been made of

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this? It's interesting because the headline coming out on NBC News

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website from that interview Donald Trump did in Britain is Donald Trump

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saying I am not stupid, OK? There is a different narrative going in

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America come at the weekend President Obama gave a speech, he

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didn't talk about Donald Trump but about how important it was not to be

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ignorant. Donald Trump feeling thin-skinned, people attacking him

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or his views, especially a Muslims and he is firing back in Britain and

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he was cross, another clip, with the British Prime Minister saying he is

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unlikely to have a good relationship with David Cameron because David

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Cameron had said his policy on the temporary ban of Muslims ending the

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US was stupid, divisive and wrong, something Mr Trump takes issue with.

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Interestingly, at the end of last week, is to Trump seemed to slightly

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backtracked on that policy, saying perhaps he would give some pause

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button that view with Piers Morgan he was not backtracking. Everyone

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looking for signs that Donald Trump is trying to be more statesman-like

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perhaps going near to the mainstream Republican view, given that he has

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been talking to senior figures like Paul Ryan. Yes, indeed, there was

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soon Ammi of negative coverage about Donald Trump this weekend, saying he

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will not release his tax return. There is a story about him

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apparently calling reporters and pretending to be his own spokes man,

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20 years ago, the New York Times has an expose an about his relationship

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with women but the chairman of the Republican National committee points

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out that the voters don't seem to care so far about any of these

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issues. I guess the fact is he has more than 10,000,000 votes, more

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than anyone ever got in a Republican primary but when it comes to the

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general election, will any of this affecting? The latest bowling last

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week in key states showed him virtually neck and neck with Hillary

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Clinton. This has been the most extraordinary election, I guess we

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will wait to see when the next polls come out and receive this negative

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coverage, if indeed negative coverage it is in the eyes of

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supporters, what impact that will have. What are we hearing from other

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senior Republican figures? Are they getting accustomed to the idea this

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might be their man? Yes, you are seeing senators coming out in

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support, Paul Ryan, the Leader of the House Republicans is withholding

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his support but I think what you see amongst Republicans is a desire for

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unity, to go head-to-head against Hillary Clinton who they see certain

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to be the Democratic nominee and for those who don't like Donald Trump,

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they think Hillary Clinton is much worse but it is definitely doping

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Trump, his remarks about Muslims. The former commander General David

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Petraeus said in the Washington Post on Friday he regarded that as being

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toxic, was counter-productive and played into the hands of al-Qaeda

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and Islamic State but I guess the question in the yen is how much

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foreign policy will matter to those people who like Donald Trump who say

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him as blunt and saying things no 1 else will say. 1 other question...

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We heard about this war of words between David Cameron and Donald

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Trump... Going on a bed of a spat with the new Mayor of London,

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Siddique Khan. Absolutely, remember Donald Trump said he would make an

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exception to the new Mayor of London and he would allow him to visit

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America despite this temporary ban on Muslims entering the United

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States and Donald Trump says he thinks that the mayor is ignorant,

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he has made very nasty and very rude comments about him. Sadiq Khan has

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made this point saying this proposal for a temporary ban on Muslims is

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counter-productive and plays into the hands of extremists. Donald

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Trump having to defend himself and the people who support him feel for

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what he says is something that they also believe, there is a problem

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with extremism and Donald Trump is prepared to save what no 1 else will

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say. Laura, thank you. -- per per to say. Let's take a look at the other

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news, of demonstrators in ethnic group have taken to the streets of

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Kabul, they are angry at the government decision to reroute a

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multi-million dollar power line away from 2 provinces with large

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populations. Much of the city has been shut out. The World Health

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Organisation says polio could be eradicated in Pakistan within

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months. The organisation told the BBC only a handful of cases have

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been reported this year in Pakistan and neighbouring Afghanistan. There

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have been clashes between protesters and police in Bhopal as supporters

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for ethnic minority groups demand changes to the Constitution. 500

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demonstrators chanted slogans and attempted to push through a police

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barricade at the Prime Minister's offers. The minority group leading

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the protest once a bigger stake in the constitution adopted last year.

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Here in the UK there have been calls for an inquiry into how 1 of the

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best-known football stadiums in the world was evacuated on Sunday after

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an object resembling a bomb was found. Manchester United's last game

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of the season was called off at Old Trafford and bomb discourse of

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squads carried out controlled explosion. Police said the

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suspicious item was a training device left behind by a private

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security company. The managing director of that firm that left

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behind the dummy bomb has been speaking about what happened. This

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mistake is entirely mine and I have to take full responsibility for

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leaving the training item behind on Wednesday. I had been part of the

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Metropolitan Police are specialist search unit since 1985. And retired

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in 2011. I have dedicated my service to defeating terrorism within the

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specialist areas and I have been privileged to have worked for and

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the people I work aside... I am absolutely devastated that a lapse

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in my working protocol resulted in many people being disappointed,

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frightened and inconvenienced. From 1 football story to another, it's a

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day of celebration in Leicester, a party atmosphere building all day,

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supporters gathering to laud the remarkable achievements of the

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miracle team, Leicester captain Wes Morgan and his team-mates are

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parading the Premier League Trophy all around the city on an open top

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bus, it's happening just 2 years after a similar parade to celebrate

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the Foxes promotion to the top flight. Only a year after they were

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nearly relegated! That is the scene live in Leicester.

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