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This is BBC World News Today with me, Tom Donkin.

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Great Britain will have a new Prime Minister on Wednesday.

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Theresa May will take over after her last rival

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After days of fighting in the capital of South Sudan,

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that's left hundreds dead, the president and his rival

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It's a hugely popular smart phone game, but is Pokemon Go

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Portugal's football heroes celebrate in Lisbon after they beat France

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The next British Prime Minister, Theresa May, will take up residence

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in Downing Street within the next 48 hours, much earlier than expected.

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He announced he was stepping down after British voters chose to LEAVE

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the European Union in a historic referendum last month.

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Although Mrs May also campaigned to stay in the EU,

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she now says she'll honour the referendum result.

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The sudden end to the Tory leadership contest came

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when the only other candidate Andrea Leadsom, dropped out

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It followed controversial remarks she'd made about Mrs May

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David Cameron has been British prime minister for 6 years

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and Conservative party leader for more than a decade.

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His departure means Theresa May will now represent Britain

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at the G20 summit in China in September.

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Our Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg reports on another day

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Our new Prime Minister, the Tories' new leader.

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I am honoured and humbled to have been chosen by the Conservative

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Party to become its leader. I would like to pay tribute to the other

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candidates, during the election campaign, and I would like to page a

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view to Andrea Leadsom for the dignity that she has shown today. --

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pay tribute. After the anger and arguments of the

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referendum campaign and its brutal aftermath, even to make her party

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work will be quite a feat. Brexit means Brexit, and we are

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going to make a success of it. Second, we need to unite our

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country, and third, we need a strong new, positive vision for the future

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of our country. A vision of a country that works not for the

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privileged few, but which works for everyone of us, because we're going

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to give people more over their lives, and that is how, together, we

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will build a better Britain. Thank you.

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Theresa May's in, because she walked out. Just before 11 this morning,

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the rumour mill began to well. Was Andrea Leadsom, the Eurosceptics'

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darling, about to quit? The grim faces of her supporters confirmed

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it. For me, personally, to have

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won the support of 84 of my colleagues last Thursday was a great

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expression of confidence for which I am incredibly grateful.

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Nevertheless, this is less than 25% of the parliamentary body, and after

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careful consideration, I do not believe this is sufficient support

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to lead a strong and stable government should I when the

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leadership election. -- should I win. I have, however,

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concluded that the interests of our country are best served by the

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immediate appointment of a strong and well supported Prime Minister.

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therefore withdrawing from the leadership election and I wish

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Theresa May the very greatest success.

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Why have you changed your mind,? There was disbelief in one of

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Westminster's impossibly immaculate sidestreets.

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Why is she withdrawing? was third at her, especially after

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she suggested in an interview that she would be a good Prime Minister,

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partly because she has children and Theresa May does not.

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113 told me simply, the abuse was too much.

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With 199 MPs supporting would be in the best interest of the

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country to say now that we should withdraw.

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Has she been bullied out of it, then? That sounds

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like what you are suggesting. I would not want to put it in those

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terms. We face very sophisticated opponents in this contest, and they

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carefully positioned her something she is not. If we continue, the

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damage would be too great. The level of personal abuse that was

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directed at her in the last few weeks and days

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has been something which I have been rather

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appalled about. Even if

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Mrs me was the overwhelming favourite, we should have had a

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contest, and therefore, I am disappointed.

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I am sure Andrea has made this decision for very good, Patriot

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agrees on is, uniting the body, those sorts of things.

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But I can't help denying that I'm disappointed.

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It is 12:20pm now. Andrea Leadsom was not

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a decision to move out of the leadership race means

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next few days, to reason me could be a Number ten. Next stop after this

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melee, over to the Tory party machine to decide what happens to

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the government next. And they did not waste any time.

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Following the decision of Mrs Andrea Leadsom to withdraw from the

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Conservative leadership contest, The Right Honourable Mrs Theresa May is

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the only remaining candidates.

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Could Theresa May be Prime Minister by the end of this week?

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There is now an internal process and the constitutional progress to be

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gone through. -- constitutional process.

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In the space of less than half an hour, Andrea Leadsom has quit the

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race, and the Tory party have confirmed Theresa May

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will be the next Prime Minister. Are you looking at the faces of some of

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Theresa May's new cabinet? Tory MPs who had given overwhelming support,

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and who were ready for a new campaign for Number ten. But they

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don't need it now. He won't spend a moment

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longer than is polite in Downing Street before leaving for the final

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time. With these changes, we now don't

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need to have a prolonged period of transition, and so, tomorrow, I will

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share my last Cabinet meeting, and on Wednesday, I will attend the

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House of Commons for Prime Minister's

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Questions, and then after that, I expect to go to the palace and offer

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my resignation, so we will have a new Prime Minister in that building

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behind me by Wednesday evening. Thank you very much.

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Toulouse office must be painful, but perhaps with it, some light relief.

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A home, a tune from the Prime Minister.

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HE HUMS. We won't call him that for long.

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What do we know about a reason me? She has held

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the position of Home Secretary for six years. It is one of the hardest

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jobs in British politics. She supported David Cameron in

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campaigning for the UK to remain within the EU. As she repeatedly

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expressed her opposition to the European Convention on Human Rights,

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wishing Britain to leave it. She failed to

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deliver on a Conservative election pledge to reduce migration to the UK

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during her time as Home Secretary. That was a

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key point in the referendum debate. She's seen by many commentators as

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being strong enough to unite the ruling Conservative Party as well as

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being experienced enough to represent Britain in the world

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stage. She was widely praised in 2013 when she succeeded in finally

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deporting the radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada from the UK. That's total

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our correspondent Rob Watson, who is in Westminster in central London

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foreigners now. Let's speak to our correspondent

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Rob Watson, who is in Westminster The UK has a new conservative

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leader, soon to be Prime She was the most experienced

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candidate, but is she the one to unite the party and country

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as many are hoping? I certainly think she is the best

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candidate for uniting the Conservative Party. 200 MPs, pretty

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much come out of the 330 Conservative MPs voted for her,

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so I think that really speak slowly is. I think that is why Andrea

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Leadsom, her only rival, had dropped out in a way. Is she the right

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person to unite the country? I guess the absolute honest answer, if

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anyone was answering this question honestly, is, who knows? But what we

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know is, the country is deeply divided. It is worth restating the

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referendum had an electrifying effect on Britain. They revealed

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that we were really two different countries, as we have said. Those

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who voted Leave tend to think, at last, we are free of the European

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Union. But 16 million people are thinking, oh, my goodness, what have

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we done? So there is no doubt that Theresa May has a big, big challenge

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ahead of her, both in the party, in the country, and, of course, in

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dealing with the rest of the world. And the honeymoon period are

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becoming Prime Minister might be short lived.

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The first job she will have to do is go to Brussels and renegotiate

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Britain's withdrawal from Europe? I think it could be short lived in two

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regards. Firstly, a lot of economic forecasters think there may well be

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a recession on its way in Britain as a result of the shock of leaving the

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EU. So I think that may really lead to things souring at home here in

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the UK. But absolutely, the negotiation with

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the EU will not be easy. It will be curious to see whether

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Theresa May mastermind it herself, or whether,

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as many people think, she might actually give it to one of those

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conservatives who campaigned so strongly for leave for two reasons.

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Firstly, it is a way of saying to those in the Conservative Party who

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were very much in favour of Brexit, look, I have put one of your own in

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charge. But also, perhaps, to be saying, look, Leave campaigners have

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made this mess. Let them clear it up.

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So a degree of stability has returned to the Conservative Party,

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but that is in stark contrast to what has happened to the opposition

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Labour Party? Absolutely. If you think of

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Brexit as having created this sort of earthquake across Britain. There

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is a little bit of things settling back into place on the conservative

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side. I don't want to overstate that. She has a huge task had of

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her. But on the other side of the political spectrum, the opposition

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Labour Party is in total turmoil. We now know there will

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be a challenge to the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, so what we are seeing

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in Parliament, as we are having what

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seems like a protracted and existential

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in the opposition Labour Party about what should a left of centre, modern

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European party be? proper Socialist party, as Jeremy

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Corbyn would like, or something more moderate. All of that

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out as we chart are way ahead in Brexit.

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Many thanks. It has been a marathon day. Get some sleep, and we

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will do it again tomorrow. Rob Watson

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in central London on a dramatic day in British politics.

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You can find out more about Theresa May and what her

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leadership victory means for Britain on our website.

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Yet again, that is on the screen. You can get all the information from

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today. There is a live page still going, and there will be more to

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come. Yet again, the leaders of South

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Sudan have failed their people. That is the

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verdict of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who in a rare

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for an arms embargo on South Sudan. For the

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days, gunfire and large explosions rocked the capital. Forces

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loyal to the president and his deputy have killed more than 200

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people since Friday. Both men have called for an immediate ceasefire.

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Explosions, gunfire and shelling could be heard sporadically

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in Juba as forces loyal to the President Salva Kiir fought

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against those who support the formal rebel leader and current vice

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The US and UN have condemned attacks against their staff and civilians.

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Chinese peacekeepers have taken several casualties as UN bases

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hosting displaced people in the capital came under fire

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prompting this stern message from the Security Council.

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The Security Council members urge an immediate end to the fighting

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by all concerned and demand that President Kiir and the first vice

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president do their utmost to control their respective forces.

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Questions have been raised over how much control the two leaders

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The current violence erupted on Friday when their bodyguards

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clashed outside as Kiir and Machar held a meeting.

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They subsequently called for calm, but the city remains tense.

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I call upon all our citizens not to panic but to go

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Those who have vacated their homes should go back to their homes

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The situation is normal and is under full control.

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But civilians are choosing to hide where they are.

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The streets and the sky remained too dangerous for now.

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They can only hope that renewed mediation efforts

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by their neighbours will bear fruit.

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We have heard a conflict and reports of heavy gunfire. What are you

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seeing, and where are you right now? Where we are located, we have been

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hearing and also observing the heavy gunfire and

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Today, there have been shelling around our clinic, and a number of

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our patients have run away. Those who are critical have been

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physically carried by our staff to another clinic.

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I understand that you are in a compound there, a UN

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compound. What are you hearing from your

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superiors? Will you stay or evacuate, and is that the

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We are evacuating our international staff. But we have had communication

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with many of our international affiliates, and

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soon as possible. Thank you very much.

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That was live from the capital of South Sudan, Juba, despite ceasefire

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is from the president and his deputy, there is still

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gunfire. Now a look at some of

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the day's other news. Opposition fighters in Syria

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have launched an assault of government-held districts

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in the northern city of Aleppo. The attack follows a failed attempt

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to re-open the rebels' only supply Government forces have

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responded with air strikes. The chief of police in Dallas,

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Texas, has said he and his family have received death threats

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in the aftermath of the shooting President Obama is cutting short

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a visit to Europe, to travel India's government is sending a

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hundred additional troops to Casimir, following the worst

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violence are there in years. Police say 30 people have been killed and

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more than 200 others injured in clashes between protesters and

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government forces triggered by the shooting of a well-known militant

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leader on Friday. Canadian Prime Minister

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Justin Trudeau has signed a free trade agreement

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with President Petro His two-day visit follows a NATO

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summit which it was announced that the alliance will deploy 4,000

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troops in Poland and the Baltic states in response to Russia's

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involvement in the conflict It's caused people to fall over

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in the street, end up in hospital, and even led to the discovery

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of a dead body. Now, in the latest of a series

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of strange incidents surrounding the new smartphone game,

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Pokemon Go, police in Missouri have warned that armed robbers

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are using it to lure victims The game

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uses GPS and what's known as augmented reality

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to allow users to hunt Players have to walk

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around their real-life neighbourhoods while looking

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for virtual Pokemon characters Joining us from New York

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to explain a little bit more about this is Jason Schreier,

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news editor of the gaming Jason, just explain to us by people

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are walking around the streets with their smartphones, and why this game

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is so addictive? Everybody is playing Pokemon Go. It

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is just about everywhere. I think it is addictive because everyone is

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playing it, and people just love Pokemon. There is a whole nostalgia

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effect. People think back to their childhoods of catching P as they

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were growing up. Better days. Just give is a sense of these incidents

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that are happening. It caused some people to leave their

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homes and walk around, which is obviously a bit of a dangerous

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activity when you are looking down your phone?

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It can be. You have to be cautious, as with all things when you're

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walking around outside, especially in strange neighbourhoods. There

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have been some cases where thieves, armed thieves, in the States, there

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was one case in Missouri where armed thieves found victims by going to

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one of the Pokemon centres on the map and they, I guess, got people

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who were going over there. So if you're going to go to these strange

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locations, you have to be careful, as always.

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Give as a sense of why this game is popular now? The Pokemon franchise

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is at least 20 years old, so it's a kids' game, but has it lowered the

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attractive younger market? I think it has. It just launched

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last Thursday in the US, and before that in Japan. It lured the US

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market for a couple of factors. A lot of adults are getting their kids

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into it, and they used to play Pokemon growing up and are now

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showing their kids. And there are new Pokemon games coming out. Not

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every year, but every other year, and this new generation might have

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gotten into Pokemon games by playing some of the new ones on three DS.

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Will we see more of these kind of games? The big thing in aiming right

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now is augmented reality and virtual reality, with all these new

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technologies. Is this just the start of a new wave of gaming use periods

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is? It could be, but you have to keep in

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mind that not every other game is Pokemon. Most franchises don't have

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the law and the Stelzer and the kind of widespread poke popularity are

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Pokemon. Having said that, because of the massive popularity of this

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thing, you will see a lot of companies trying to copy it and

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maybe not doing it so well, because they don't have all the characters

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that people love so much. For the creators, this is an amazing

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week, because their start has gone sky high on the back of this?

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It is crazy, it is unbelievable. I think Nintendo might be looking at

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this and saying, what else can we do with this? Why didn't we suddenly

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miss a long time ago? Thank you bring much, Jason. Take

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care. The Portuguese national team has

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arrived home in Lisbon as European Champions

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after an historic 1-0 win over Tens of thousands of fans gathered

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at the airport, in front of the presidential palace,

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and on the streets to cheer the country's first major

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international success. The Portugal squad were received as

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conquering heroes from the moment their plane landed at Les Bonn

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airport. This was, after all, the country's first senior Trophy in

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international football. Almost every street in highway was lined with

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cheering fans, and outside the palace, there were thousands more.

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Portugal's president, addressing the players directly, hailed them as

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real role models after the tough economic times the country has faced

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in recent years. TRANSLATION: An example that shows

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how to win with courage, determination, ability to fight,

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humility, and team spirit. That is the difference, the difference

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between yesterday and today, that today, we have more reasons, thanks

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to you guys, to believe in Portugal. Long live Portugal!

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The president had already announced that all the squad and staff would

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be receiving state decorations, but, as he put it in his speech, the

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biggest decoration for them is the gratitude of the Portuguese people.

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They soon had the chance to express their gratitude, as the squad

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resumed their now much slower open topped bus journey, this time to the

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capital's largest fan zone. Portugal had been the underdogs on Sunday's

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final, but some fans claimed to have foreseen the results, even the

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winning goal. TRANSLATION: Surprise? Never! I knew

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it, I knew it. I had already spoken to my friends,

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and said, Eder will score. This is the cup. This is the cup. I knew it!

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I bought this three or four years ago. I can see the future!

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It was a surprise, and there was a bit of luck.

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France played very well, Portugal also play very well, and deserved to

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win. We showed that we could win, fighting until the end, until the

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last minute when the match ended. Long live Portugal! Long-lived god!

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In this small nation, population of just over 10 million, the

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celebrations have the feel of a family party, albeit a very big one.

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They are sure to continue for quite some time yet.

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Well, it may have been ecstasy for Portuguese fans,

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but it was utter devastation for French supporters.

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It was all a bit much for this one French fan brought

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But he found support from the unlikeliest of places.

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A young Portuguese boy approaches the man, offering some comfort.

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That's before the appreciative Frenchman bends down

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These pictures have been shared widely on social media,

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with many describing it as one of the tournament's most

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Very good of the young man to come up and office and consolation. Now,

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a reminder of our main news. Theresa May has become the next

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British Prime Minister. She will do so on Wednesday, succeeding David

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Cameron. The Home Secretary has been confirmed as the leader of the

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Conservative Party after her only rival for the post pulled out. Mrs

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May said she would bring strong leadership, needed to negotiate the

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best terms for Britain to X at the European union, forge a new role for

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the country, and in the world, and to unite the nation. My case has

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been based on three things. First, the need for strong, proven

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leadership. To steer us through what will be difficult and uncertain

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economic and political times. They need, of course, to negotiate the

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best deal for Britain in leaving the EU, and of course, to forge a new

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role for ourselves in the world. Brexit means Brexit, and we are

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going to make a success of it. Second, we need to unite our

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country, and third, we need a strong, new, positive vision for the

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future of our country, a vision of a country that works not for the

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privileged few, but that works for everyone of us, because we are going

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to give people more control over their lives. That is how, together,

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we will build a better Britain. Thank you.

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The other main story today is the vice president of South Sudan, who

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has joined his rival, the president, in ordering an immediate ceasefire

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after days of fighting in the capital. That has left hundreds

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dead. A spokesman for the president said, he was committed to working

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with the Vice President to implement a peace deal signed last year. UN

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Secretary-General banking and said the peace deal had to be fortified

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to attack civilians. -- Ban Ki-moon. From me and all the team, a very

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good buy for now. Goodbye. Good evening. It has been a spells

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and blustery showers as we head to the day tomorrow. An improvement

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across some

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