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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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The headlines: Day two of Euro 2016 - in France,

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and day three of violence involving England fans in Marseille.

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Police use water cannon and tear gas, as trouble flares between rival

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football fans in Marseille, ahead of England's opening Euro 2016

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At least 12 people were killed in suicide bombing near Syria's holiest

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Shia shrine. This is the scene live

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at the fanzone in Marseilles. Police in Florida try

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to find a motive behind the murder of a singer -

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shot dead as she signed autographs. The suspects travelled to Orlando

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apparently to commit this crime and then had plans to travel back to

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where he came from. And a right royal celebration

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for Queen Elizabeth in London For a third day in a row,

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there have been violent clashes between football fans in France's

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second biggest city Marseille. They took place in the old port area

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- hours before England's opening Police used tear gas as they tried

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to break up fighting fans - a number of people have been

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arrested and several hurt. One English supporter is reported

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to be in a critical condition. But France's minister of sport

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appeared to play down Whatsapp and here is very

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unfortunate and damaging but it cannot overshadow the farty. --

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TRANSLATION: What happened here is unfortunate. National police and the

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police in they are looking well together.

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Lucy Williamson reports from Marseille.

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They came almost unnoticed. Handful of rival supporters looking for

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trouble among the English fans. It started with some chairs. A flag

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torn down, some unlucky targets. Tear gas spread the news of trouble

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to every corner of the square. Rivals turning to rioters

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in minutes, as people fled. They took the fight

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into the surrounding streets, We watched from a nearby

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car park is this man, thought to be an England supporter,

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was brutalised and left with broken The violence has been getting worse

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each day in the run-up All along the port area groups

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of England, France and Russia supporters have been clashing

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with each other and with the police. France has invested a lot

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in security around the stadium and the fan zone, but securing

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the city itself, with its rival groups of supporters,

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is proving to be the biggest Police told us there

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were at least five people injured in the clashes and six arrests,

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but the grim numbers that have graced this match won't change

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the score that matters on the pitch, nor lessen the risks

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of what might follow. Lucy Williamson, BBC News,

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Marseille. Let's cross to Ros

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Atkins is in Paris. Is the balance overshadowing the

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tournament so far? -- violence. I don't think so, it's important news

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because the violence of this type is shocking as, I should say, with the

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misogynistic and anti-German chance we heard from England fans. This is

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one part of one of the host cities, ten cities hosting games across this

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month of Euro 2016. As far as I'm aware of the other parts of

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Marseille have not had this trouble and there's been no trouble going

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into the stadium because it's in its second half and there is no trouble

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in any of the other nine cities. I am with you from the biggest fans of

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next rival Tara, it is a breathtaking scene as another sunny

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day comes to an end at the lights took -- twinkle away on the tower.

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There are thousands of people here supporting all manner of teams from

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across the six groups, I haven't even seen across word let alone a

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star for anything more serious and all of the exchanges with the many

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security personnel, all of the I've seen between fans and officials have

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been incredibly good-natured. Paris where you are, the target of those

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awful terror attacks last November. What has been the reaction from the

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police to this violence? The reaction of the police in Marseille

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is in line with how the French police tend to deal with commotions

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involving sporting crowds. All of the people who monitor French police

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behaviour said that this is relatively restrained compared with

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what they've done in the past, they've used tear gas as busy and

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riot police have been involved. If you are speaking about the border

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policing approach, one word would be thorough. When I came into the fans

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on all of our TV get was searched twice and I was patted down twice

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and every time I moved from one reader area into a general file area

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and back again a security guard carefully checked all of my

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accreditation details. That attention to detail goes far be

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anything I've seen it either international football Germans I've

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covered. In terms of the atmosphere, the security guards are calm. There

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are a lot of them, I was mentioning earlier just before the Wales game

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started, I went over to one gained as he was the situation was, not a

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single file was queueing to come in and there were 24 security

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personnel. We can discuss how France has approached executed per --

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situation but no one could accuse them of not committing enough

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resources. Thank you. And we'll have a full sport round up

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including the latest and a report on Wales' victory

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over Slovakia a little At least 12 people have been

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killed in suicide attacks on a suburb of Damascus -

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home to Syria's holiest Shia shrine. The so called - Islamic State group

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said three militants - used explosive belts and a car

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bomb in the attacks. In the shock and the chaos,

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in the smoke, in the rubble and the blood, the effort begins

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to save the wounded Officials say one suicide bomber

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was in a car packed with explosives. Another detonated

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a belt he was wearing. People in this suburb have been

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through all this before. These battered streets are not far

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from a religious shrine, It's of huge importance

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to Shia Muslim believers in Syria and far beyond,

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and that makes this neighbourhood a target for the Islamic State group

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which regards the Shia as heretics. Its bombers have struck

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here in the past repeatedly. And as they clear up in this place,

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these people know they might be hit Let's look at some of the day's

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other main stories. Forces aligned with the new Libyan

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government say they've repulsed a counter-attack by Islamic State

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militants in the city of Sirte. The government side captured

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the port overnight. According to government sources,

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the IS fighters are now besieged Hundreds of Hindus, Buddhists

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and Christians have marched through the streets of Dhaka

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in protest at the recent targeted killings of minorities and secular

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citizens in Bangladesh. The protest comes a day

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after a Hindu monastery worker Police say they've now made more

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than three thousand arrests in a nationwide hunt for the Islamic

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extremists who've claimed An American pop singer, who rose

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to fame on the US talent show - The Voice, has died

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after being shot at a concert Police say the man opened fire on 22

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year old Christina Grimmie - During a struggle with the singer's

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brother - he then shot himself dead. Here's Orlando's Police Chief -

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who gave these details The suspect in this case

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is not from Orlando. The suspect travelled to Orlando

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apparently to commit this crime and then had plans to travel back

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to where he came from, so what we're doing at this point,

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we're not identifying his name right now, but we will have that shortly

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for you near end of the day. What are detectives are doing right

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now is they are going through the suspect's cell phone

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and computer to see if they can find The suspects had two

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handguns on his person. He had two additional loaded

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magazines for those handguns, I've been speaking to local reporter

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Julie Salomone and she told me more about exactly what happened outside

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the music venue. She was out there signing

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autographs, meeting with fans. A man walks up to her, shoots her,

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ends up killing her, and it was her brother

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who ultimately attacked that suspect, took him to the ground,

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tackled him and that's when the suspect turned

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the gun on himself. What was the security like at this

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event that Christina Grimmie was at? Basically you walked

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through the door. If you had a bag they would check

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your bag or your purse, but there were no armed police

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officers, no off-duty There were security guards in polo

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shirts, but they were Police did point out that they've

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never had an issue with this venue, this concert hall in the past,

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which attracts young kids, It's a heavily populated area,

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shopping complexes around. But there were no armed police

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officers, no pat downs, either. Huge crowds have lined

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the streets of London - to mark the 90th birthday of Queen

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Elizabeth. After a procession along the Mall,

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Britain's longest-reigning monarch attended the traditional military

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"Trooping The Colour parade". Here's Our Royal Correspondent,

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Nicholas Witchell. It was unmistakably her day,

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and she was unmissable in a hat and coat of almost Day-Glo

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vividness, but regardless of the fact that this

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was the Queen's official 90th birthday, you can guess who rather

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stole the show when it came to the appearance on the Palace

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balcony to watch an RAF Trying his hand at some aircraft

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spotting, encouraged by his father As the aircraft flew over London,

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a certain amount of squinting For the first time, George's sister

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Charlotte was brought Fly-pasts are a bit lost

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on you when you are one-year-old. They are best left to your brother,

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who seemed by now to be There had been lots of that -

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saluting, that is - earlier, when the Queen arrived

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on Horse Guards for her official She inspected the ranks

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of her foot guard regiments. The Massed Bands marched and among

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the military music there was a variation

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of an appropriate birthday melody. Being trooped this year,

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one of the colours of the Coldstream Guards,

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borne past the most experienced pair of eyes on the parade ground -

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the Queen first attended Trooping of the Colour

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as Princess Elizabeth in 1947, the first parade after

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the Second World War. Your Majesty, this year,

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on behalf of all ranks of the Household Division

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and the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery, may I wish

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you and His Royal Highness the very Your Majesty's Guards are ready

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to march off, Ma'am. The Queen boarded her carriage

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for the journey back to the palace, along a Mall

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crowded with spectators. 90 - she is fantastic and I wouldn't

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miss it for the world. Being an American we don't have

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this, and when the British put She is a head of state who always

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seems slightly surprised to encounter clearly

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expressed popular feelings. Today, the crowd seemed

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bigger than at any time since the Diamond Jubilee

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and from them, as from her Armed Forces, there was not merely

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an expression of respect for a long serving monarch, on this official

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90th birthday weekend a good many people seem to have come

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to show their affection. Nicholas Witchell, BBC

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News, Buckingham Palace. Stay with us on BBC

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World News, still to come: Here in Britain the former owner

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of the BHS department store chain, Sir Philip Green, has threatened

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to boycott a parliamentary inquiry into the collapse of the retailer,

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unless the chairman of the investigating Work

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and Pensions Committee resigns. Sir Philip says the Labour Member

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of Parliament, Frank Field, Our Business Correspondent,

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Joe Lynam says it is not the first time that the clothing tycoon has

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called on Frank Field to resign. I've seen quite a few angry

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letters from Sir Philip, but this was pretty angry and quite

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personal towards the Chairman In his letter he said

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to Frank Field, you have used your position as Chair

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of the Work and Pensions Committee to do your very best

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to destroy my reputation. I am not prepared to participate

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in a process which has not even the pretence

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of fairness and objectivity. So basically he is asking

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for an elected official to resign, or he may not appear before MPs

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conducting an enquiry into Violence has flared in Marseille

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between rival fans ahead of England's Euro 2016 match against

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Russia. At least 12 people have been killed in suicide bombings in

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Syria's holiest Shia shrine. Sweden's foreign minister has warned

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that if Britain votes to leave the European Union in a referendum

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later this month, it could ultimately lead

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to the break-up of the EU. In an interview for the BBC's

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This Week's World programme, the former European Commissioner,

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Margot Wallstrom, said Either way it's a loss for Europe,

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because I think that the spill-over effect will be unfortunately

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felt, deeply felt. It will either mean that the UK

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actually leaves and that will be the start of a two-year negotiation,

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and that might affect other EU member states as well,

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saying well, if they can leave, if they can leave, maybe we should

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also have referenda so maybe we should also leave,

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maybe it's better that we leave. Or if they stay, it will also mean

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other countries negotiate and ask and demand special treatment,

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so why shouldn't we? And I think it will break up,

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so it will be bad either way. But of course we're hoping

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that they will stay because that would be the worst alternative,

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and Swedes, 90,000 Swedes living in the UK, with so many companies

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investing with the UK being a trading partner to Sweden,

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a very important one, of course this will mean

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there will be big changes and they will have to negotiate

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different trade deals and it will be just a matter

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of insecurity and investors We start with Euro 2016

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and an historic win for Wales - who are playing in their first major

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tournament since 1958. They beat Slovakia in their opening

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game of the tournament. 2-1 the final score in Bordeaux,

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as Nick Parrott reports. Wales 58 year wait for major

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championship football finally over. They belted out their National

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Anthem might never before. Their hopes rest on the shoulders of

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Gareth Bale well Slovakia looks towards their start. Twisting and

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turning like an eel, there was no stopping him until Ben Davies got

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his way. Moments like that can set the tone and the missed opportunity

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was to be rude soon after by Jonathan Williams was brought down.

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It was perfect range for bail. And he duly said Wales on their way.

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Bail for Wales. It is in! He's done it again. They might have had

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another at half-time had Martin Skrtel been punished for this. The

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second half reflected the first, this time initially in Slovakia's

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favour. Bail was tortured and maize later there was no stopping Ondrej

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Duda. For a while they threatened to go on to win. Substitute Hal

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Robson-Kanu, currently without a club, put himself in a shop window

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in the best possible way, to save Wales's day.

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In the same group England are taking on Russia in Marseilles.

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In the first game of the day at Euro 2016, Switzerland beat

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Five of the Albanian starting eleven were born

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or brought up in Switzerland, while two brothers lined up

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against each other for the first time in the European Championship.

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The brothers Shia blood but not commission. Children of a time when

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Albanians find reference in Switzerland, making nationality

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decision, not a. It was an ethnic Albanian Joe Durant Shaqiri who took

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the corner that is Abbey share met to put Switzerland ahead. Albania's

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time at a major tournament had not yet passed five minutes. They

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settled and occasionally threatened, this was in this Sadiku's moment. It

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made Yann Sommer is. The game twisted away from Albania again and

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in desperation logs are used his hand, the decision ended his match.

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Reckoned yellow, red. A free kick to Switzerland that nearly settled it.

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To merely can hardly have gone closer. As it was, the door remained

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a Jaffa Albania and suddenly it yawned wide open. Gashi had time to

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place this but couldn't do it. Two nations with so many Thais are

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divided, but not by much. England's rugby union team made

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history as they beat Australia Owen Farrell scored 24 points

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as they ran out 39-28 Our Rugby Union reporter

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Chris Jones has more. This was an astonishing game of

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rugby and I historic win for England, their first victory over

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Australia here in Brisbane and they've taken a major step towards

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winning a series down under for the first time ever. After 20 minutes it

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looked bleak for England, Australia blitz them with two quick tries but

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England regrouped and dominated after the break. Some late Australia

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pressure, they were stitched to seal the win with a try from Jack Nowell.

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Eddie Jones visited his side hadn't played pretty well and said all the

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focus is now on next weekend in Melbourne. An England side hasn't

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won with such conviction in the southern hemisphere since 2003 and

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we know what that team achieved. New Zealand marked a 27th

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consecutive win over Wales, The world champions came from behind

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to score 21 unanswered points Ireland beat South Africa meanwhile,

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despite having a man sent off. And Italy are taking

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on Argentina at the moment. England's cricketers are on top

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at the end of the third day of their final Test

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against Sri Lanka at Lord's. Replying to England's 416 all out,

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the tourists were dismissed for 288. Captain Alastair Cook was unable

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to bat after being hit They finished the day on 109-4,

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a lead of 237. England lead the

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three-match series 2-0. Finally, before we go Lewis Hamilton

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beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to pole position

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for Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel

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was third fastest, with Red Bull's Daniel

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Ricciardo fourth. Large scale vegetable farming is not

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something you would normally associate with cities,

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but in the Netherlands a Scottish farmer has opened Europe's largest

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urban farm in an abandoned factory. It started life as a television

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and telephone factory, built for the electronics company

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Philips back in the 1950s. When they moved out,

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this building was left empty, The new residents

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have just moved in. We are now seven

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storeys above the city, we've escaped

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from the exhaust fumes, and we are inside

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a lush urban oasis. Surrounded by sweet-scented

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tomatoes, silky aubergines, If you can be here

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and smell and feel and see and taste

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everything all at once, then you're totally consumed

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with what you're doing. You're not just shoving a tomato

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in your face The farm is designed

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to be self sustainable They might not realise it,

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but these are playing a vital role. The fish are doing

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two things for us. They are producing fertiliser

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for our plants, which is really important, because in the

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city you don't have cows and pigs and sheep to produce nutrients,

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so we do that with fish. is creates a source of protein

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in the city as well. Mark's ambition is to supply

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1000 families a week. His initial challenge will be

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to convince those customers to swap their comparatively

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cheap supermarket produce. I think it's a little bit

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more expensive, therefore it really

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has to differentiate itself from what we now already find

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in the supermarkets. So it should be

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ultra-fresh, ultra-tasty. And the other thing

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is it has a hi-tech nature, therefore some consumers

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will like this, but others will probably prefer the traditional

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agriculture out in the field with light from the sun

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and water from the rain. This enthusiastic chef was

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the first to buy into the concept. If this pioneering project

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is a success, the team are hoping to inspire people in places like

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Glasgow, Manchester and Cardiff to cultivate their own urban

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farmlands in the sky. Anna Holligan, BBC News,

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in The Hague. The solar-powered

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plane, Solar Impulse, has completed the latest leg of it's

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attempt to fly around the world. Here it is passing over the Statue

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of Liberty in New York. The Swiss-made plane -

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has a wingspan greater than a Jumbo It began its journey

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in Abu Dhabi in March last year. A reminder of our main news: Police

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in Marseille have intervened in street-fighting between football

:25:25.:25:26.

supporters ahead of the European championship match

:25:27.:25:29.

between England and Russia. Officers used tear gas and water

:25:30.:25:31.

cannon to break up running Several people have been arrested,

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one fan is reported to be in a critical condition. If you want more

:25:49.:25:52.

on that story go to our website. More on the act as well. Thank you

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for joining us. Goodbye for now.

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