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Reporting from Washington, I'm Laura Trevelyan.

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A second black man is shot dead by police in the US in 48 hours.

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He was reaching for his wallet and the officer just shot him.

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The aftermath of the fatal shooting of Philando Castile in Minnesota

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was captured on video by the man's girlfriend.

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It follows a similar incident in Louisiana.

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Britain's next Prime Minister will be a woman -

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with Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom chosen as the final two in

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President Obama heads to Warsaw for a two-day NATO summit.

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The Syria crisis and Britain's decision to leave the EU

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Women could hold the key to who wins the White House,

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so what do they want from a candidate?

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A video has emerged of the fatal shooting of a black man

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the second such incident in 48 hours.

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The victim, Philando Castile, had been pulled over in his car

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His girlfriend said he was shot as he was reaching

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Our North America correspondent Nick Bryant reports now.

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You may find some images in his report distressing.

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He's licensed, he's carrying, he's licensed to carry.

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He was trying to get out his ID and his wallet.

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The immediate aftermath of another police shooting,

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this time not just caught on camera, but streamed live on Facebook.

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He was briefed, he had a firearm and he was reaching for his wallet

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and the officer just shot him in his arm.

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The female passenger in the car, Diamond Reynolds has just

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seen her boyfriend shot by a policeman and he's fast losing

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I told him not to reach for anything.

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You told him to get his ID, sir, his driver's licence.

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Philando Castile had been pulled over because his rear light wasn't

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working and apparently told the officer he had

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a legally-purchased concealed weapon with him in the car.

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Mr Castile had worked as a cafeteria supervisor

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Protesters converged on the governor's mansion,

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draping it with police tape, taken from the scene of the shooting

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and giving angry voice to now familiar cries.

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Then, Diamond Reynolds stepped before the crowd.

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The police put four, five shots into him for no reason.

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It's the latest in a long line of police shootings involving

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African-Americans and the second high-profile incident this week.

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This is footage from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, showing a black man,

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Alton Stirling, being held down by police and shot several times.

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So another police shooting, another black family left to mourn,

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another racial flashpoint and this is happening

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Already this year in America, 123 African-Americans have been

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The fear is that this could be the start of a long, hot summer,

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words which for decades have come with a sense of foreboding.

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And Laura Bicker in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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What is the Minnesota police Department shame about the fatal

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shooting of Philando Castile? -- saying. They have confirmed that a

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black man was fatally shot by a police officer in a traffic stop.

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But they have not said much more than that. The deputy chief said

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that he heard about a video which had been streamed live, but at the

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time of speaking he had not seen it. Maybe he has now. We are waiting for

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more information from him. The governor has already said the state

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Department of criminal apprehension will conduct an investigation. He

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has also said he has called the White House to see of the Justice

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Department can conduct a separate investigation, bringing in federal

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investigators, but that is still being assessed. In front of the

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Governor's mention we have got 200 people that have gathered to talk

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about what happened and prayed, express anger and call for change.

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Barbara, on that point about a possible justice to bond

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investigation, a Minnesota Congressman has called for that as

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well. Can you talk us through the significance of that if it happens?

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Well, the Justice Department investigation was just today

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announced and this is a civil right investigation being conducted. It is

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not clear if the Justice Department would conduct a similar type of

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investigation but if it did it would see it as a racially motivated

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incident. That is something that people here definitely believe. It

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is also interesting these investigations are being called now.

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It seems to me more than before. I do not know if a man being killed by

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a policeman, but we are hearing about it a lot more and this video

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which went viral that Philando Castile's girlfriend filmed is the

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latest in when these things get filmed it draws national attention

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to them. Let's go to Laura Bicker. She is in Louise Young were Altman

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Stirling was killed. What is the impact on the killing in Minnesota

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having on the community where you are, already in morning? We have

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just heard from the lawyers for the Altman Stirling family. They called

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it an epidermis. They said that it is time to organise action. They

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called for more peaceful protest. They said it is time to say, no

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more. That is the kind of reaction they are having here. There are

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hundreds if not thousands of people lining up the streets and this is

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where Altman Stirling was killed. He used to sell CDs. They have kept a

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presence here throughout. They want to keep up the pressure on the

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police and local representatives to what they said is about getting

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justice the Altman Stirling. It is interesting following on from what

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Barbara has said. When you speak to one of the representatives here, his

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job is to follow the police scanners when there is about to be any kind

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of action and film it. They said they have already been many

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incidents here. The difference with Altman Stirling is it is on tape,

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not just once, but twice. That has outraged people here and right

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across the country. When it comes to the presence here and calling for

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justice, they do not believe the investigation will be transparent

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enough and do not trust it. But they say that is all they have got to

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hang onto at the moment. Laura in Louise Young and Barbara in

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Minnesota, thank you both. -- Louisiana.

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Britain is on track to have its second female Prime Minister.

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In their ballot to select a new party leader,

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Conservative MPs whittled down the list to two women -

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Theresa May, the current Home Secretary -

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Michael Gove, one of the key figures in the campaign

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for Britain to leave the EU, came third in today's ballot.

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Our Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg has more -

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a warning, her report does contain flash photography.

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Miles ahead of both her rivals today, her supporters already

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This vote shows the Conservative Party can come together

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We need proven leadership to negotiate the best deal for leaving

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the European Union, to unite our party and our country and to make

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Britain a country that works not for the privileged

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In the grand rooms of Westminster the

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Therefore Michael Gove, having the lowest

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number of votes, has been eliminated from the ballot.

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With Michael Gove out and the Energy Minister Andrea

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Leadsom trailing, Mrs May's supporters were delighted.

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Not in Number Ten yet but she has just won

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the very clear endorsement of the majority of Tory MPs.

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Her backers hope her experience makes her the

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She can truly say as we go to the country that she is

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Are you surprised by how strong the result was?

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She got 165 earlier, that is overwhelming in

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itself and to go even further, touching 200 is a clear indication

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of what parliamentarians think we need of our

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Traditional Tories are excited by Andrea Leadsom.

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The Eurosceptic Energy Minister, is far less experienced

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and her colleagues need assurances about her record,

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is excited enough to march along the river

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in an unusual show Conservative support.

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Before the Referendum she was hardly known.

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I feel that having played a part in showing this

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country the prospects for us outside the EU, I

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just felt I needed to put myself forward, to offer to lead the way

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through it, because I really believe in it.

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Just a couple of days into the race she's already been

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I spent the best part of ten years in Visa and

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Barclays and the best part of ten years in Invesco.

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I have also had a part-time job in Sainsbury's,

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I started life as a 14-year-old silver service waitress.

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My CV is incredibly varied and it is all

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And I think, you know, this is ridiculous.

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Her backers think she can win over the Tory members who

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I love the idea of two women battling it out and showing us how

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The Justice Secretary Michael Gove betrayed his friend Boris Johnson

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I am naturally disappointed I have not

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been able to make it through to the final

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This is a moment Theresa May's will treasure.

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A more successful start to the race than

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But now MPs lose control and the contest goes to

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Its the Conservative party, not Parliament, that makes the call.

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President Obama is currently on his way to a NATO summit in Warsaw.

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The UK's exit from the EU, tensions with Russia and the ongoing

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war in Syria are all due to be on the agenda.

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This is Mr Obama's fifth NATO summit, and is likely to be his last

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To find out a more about what we can expect from this summit, let's speak

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to Former Supreme Allied Commander at NATO, Admiral James Stavridis.

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Thank you for being with us. Thank you. There is so much on the table

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at this summit. Let's start with Afghanistan. The president announced

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he will keep 8400 troops in Afghanistan through the end of next

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year. Do you expect Nato allies will also up their contributions? I very

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much do. The ratio has been consistent through the 15 years of

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this campaign. Two US soldiers for everyone Nato. I think if the US

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will keep around 8500 I think the Allies will go up about 4000 troops.

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I am very confident of that. It has been a very solid arrangement and

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will help Afghanistan. Moving to Islamic State where they have been a

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spate of attacks by that group in the last few weeks, most recently in

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Baghdad, what could Nato, with on the fight against Islamic State?

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First of all, you're going to see Nato deploying what are called the

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airborne early warning aircraft. They are huge aeroplanes with large

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domes on top. They are very sophisticated with radar systems and

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they can do a lot for air control over that battle space and can

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monitor the communications which are going on in the area. Secondly and

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more important even than that, I think we will see Nato signing up to

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a training mission in Iraq to support their security forces, with

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the ponderings of boots on the ground really going after Islamic

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State and thirdly, Nato will commit to doing more in special forces and

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intelligence. They need to up their game against Islamic State and I

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think they will do that coming out of this summit. Is that enough of a

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contribution from them in the fight against Islamic State? I think it is

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insufficient. I think we need at least a total of 15-20,000 Western

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troops involved in this fight. Right now in total we have probably got

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about half that. Maybe 10,000 in total. That is being generous. I

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think Nato needs to put more troops on the ground. Probably another

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10,000. It would be a heavy lift from Nato but the things I have

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outlined would be a step in that direction. On the question of

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Russian aggression in Ukraine, how will Nato response to that? More

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forces on the eastern border? No question. I think you still allies,

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the Baltic states, Latvia, that the winner, Poland and Rumania, all

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those states formally part of either the Soviet Union or the Warsaw Pact

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are very nervous. They watched Russia invaded Georgia in 2008 and

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Ukraine in 2014 and the annexation of crummy air. They are seeing

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aggressive Russian behaviour with many exercises. -- the Crimean 's. I

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think they will deploy in the Baltics and Poland and they will

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come from the US and United Kingdom, Germany and perhaps Canada, we will

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learn more after the summit. Those forces will be the means of

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deterrence against Russia. You will see that coming out of the summit.

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Will that annoy Russia and threaten whatever cooperation varies over

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Syria? This is always the dialogue we have to have. I say that the

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annoying thing was the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Annex

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Asian. That is beyond annoying. I think Nato is rightfully stepping up

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a deterrent. -- the Annex Asian. -- the Annex Inc. We do not want to

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stumble back. The Secretary-General has said that we need high-level

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dialogue with Russia. I think you will see the reassurance and

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deterrence and moving battalions will stop you will also see an olive

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branch asking for higher level dialogue. It will be choppy waters

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both ways. Thinking very much. My pleasure.

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

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Iraqi officials say the number of people killed in Sunday's suicide

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bombing in Baghdad is now known to be 281.

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The attack targeted a shopping complex in a Shia Muslim district.

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The so-called Islamic State group has said it was behind the bombing,

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the deadliest in the country since the 2003 US-led invasion.

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The German parliament has passed a new law defining rape -

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clarifying that "No means no", even if a victim did not fight back.

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Critics have argued that Germany has long lagged behind other developed

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nations when it comes to its rape laws.

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The new law classifies groping as a sex crime, and makes it easier

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At least 21 people have been injured, some of them seriously,

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after an explosion went off on a commuter train in Taipei.

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The capital's official news agency is reporting local police as saying

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the explosive looked like a firecracker.

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Taiwan's Premier has ordered government agencies to form a team

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Flood relief and rescue efforts have been stepped up

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in the Chinese city of Wuhan, which has been hit

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Transport links and water and power supplies in the city

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A typhoon is expected to push more rain into already flooded

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But for now, the rain there has stopped, allowing residents to take

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I will try and show you how one tiny corner of this city is coping with

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this. Look at this. The water has been like this since six o'clock on

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Wednesday morning. As you can see it has cut of the whole compound. The

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lifts are out, we are told but there is electricity and running water.

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Dozens of people insist on staying inside.

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They are packing up some things. We have walked up 11 flights of stairs.

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It looks like nothing has changed in here. They are taking what they can

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and then they are going back on the boat and going outside to try again.

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They have been toing and froing all day. Some people have been

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retrieving what they can from their apartment. It is sunny and there is

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no rain but the worry is there is a typhoon coming in the next 36 hours.

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That could mean even more rain. Terrible flooding they are in Wuhan.

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-- there are in Wuhan. -- here in Wuhan full dash. --.

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FBI Director James Comey has defended his decision not

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to recommend criminal charges against Presidential candidate

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Hilary Clinton over her use of a private email server

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during her time as Secretary of State.

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Comey said she did not break the law or mislead investigators.

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However Republicans said Mrs Clinton received special treatment

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Anthony Zurcher is here to talk us through this.

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The chair said he was mystified and confused and said they would call

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out the mistakes made but they do not recommend indictment. They said

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the key was criminal intent. Did Linton intends to commit a crime

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when she was sending it from the private e-mail server? They also

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said you cannot be grossly negligent with classified information but that

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has only been prosecuted one time in the last 100 years. -- you can be.

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He did not think there was any legal precedent for pursuit of this

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against Hillary Clinton. Did Republicans get anything out of this

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that they can use against Hillary Clinton in the run-up to the

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election? Again, there was classified material on her e-mail

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server at the time. He did say there were only three instances of

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e-mails... That was without any classified markings at the top. He

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said there was a small number in his press conference will stop but

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sitting there and detailing some of the ways in which Hillary Clinton

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has said things in public which do not chime with the facts of the

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investigation, that can be harmful in the Court of public opinion, if

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not the legal one. Some Republicans think that Donald Trump has missed

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an opportunity with this because he has been too busy defending a

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controversial tweet. He is in town. What is he doing? He is meeting

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congressional leaders in the House of Representatives. Standing room

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only. Apparently it went fairly well. He went through his standard

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speech and he talked about Saddam Hussein and was once again praised

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for being tough on terrorism. He met with senators and got into an

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argument in the meeting about his criticisms of Mexicans in the past.

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I think people walked out feeling that he had been less sure about

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Donald Trump than they did when they walked in. Thank you very much for

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that update. Well, there are still four months

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to go before voters head to the polls to decide this election

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- and the only certainty is that women will be decisive in choosing

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who makes it to the White House. But what are female voters looking

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for in a candidate - and how do Hillary Clinton

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and Donald Trump stack up? The BBC's Katty Kay has been

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looking for the answers. You call women new do not like fat

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pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. Only Rosie O'Donnell.

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Donald Trump's rhetoric towards women has become a flash point in a

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presidential election pitting a man against a woman. It is said to be

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the most agenda driven election in US history, with Hillary Clinton the

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first ever female nominee for the White House. More women vote in

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America than men. Research has showed that they have decided the

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last five US elections. Donald Trump is currently polling worse with

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women than any presidential candidate 's 1972. Millions of women

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did vote for him in the primaries. One is Lynn Ryan. She will be a

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Pennsylvania delegate at the Republican convention. She owns a

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gardening business and likes his views on trade. I think he will do

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the best job to keep us safe and try and grow the economy. He definitely

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knows how to run a business. We are going to Philadelphia and we are

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going to win! Thank you and God bless you! She is clearly not moved

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by the historic nature of the Hillary Clinton candidacy. For many

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American women the possibility of putting a woman in the White House

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after 44 male presidents is irresistible. Is it important for

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you that she is a woman and would either first woman president? Of

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course! It is so important. Her campaign has thrown up an

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interesting phenomenon. A generational gap among female

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voters. Older women seem to support Hillary Clinton because they

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urgently want a female president and they want it now. Younger women tend

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to feel confident they are going to get one at some point in their

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lifetime and they are just not sure that they want Hillary Clinton. Amy,

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a Democratic senator from Minnesota, inks Hillary Clinton is able to

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successfully reach younger women voters. -- thinks. You have got a

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generation that did not see her in those roles. Many of them were

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hardly voting when she was secretary of state. She needs to introduce

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herself in a non-primary setting when it is her against Donald Trump.

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This is a classic swing voter. Economic lead Conservative at

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socially liberal. She has voted Republican and Democrat in the past.

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She is struggling with who to support this year. We need to

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regulate the economic 's in this country more. That is probably my

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draw a little bit too Donald Trump. He is a businessman. He has that

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economic ground and has made a successful business of it. Her

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foreign policy background draws me to her. I feel more confident in

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having somebody that has sat at the table and held the positions she has

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had. I am very torn between being a businesswoman and being a woman. Of

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course, nobody knows exactly how many women will vote, or which

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candidate they will vote for. If we did, we would already be able to say

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who is going to win. What we do know is women will decide who lives in

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the White House after Aric Obama, whether it is America's 45th male

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president or its first woman. -- after President Obama.

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And you can see more on Katty's analysis of what women want in this

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Check your local listings, wherever you are.

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Well, that's all for now but you can always find all of the latest

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From me Laura Trevelyan and the rest of the team, goodbye.

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Hello. A funny weather story to come in the next few days. A

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south-westerly wind continues to drag in humidity across the country.

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This low pressure will bring sharp showers and a deep area of low

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pressure developing which will bring heavy and persistent rain into the

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