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Reporting from Washington, I'm Jane O'Brien.

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US police reveal the gunman who shot dead three officers

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in Baton Rouge on Sunday had specifically targeted them.

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Republicans open their Cleveland convention to nominate

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Security issues will dominate the opening night.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin says that the World Anti-Doping

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Agency's report on doping among Russian athletes could lead

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Turkey's state news agency says a former Turkish air force commander

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confesses to planning last week's attempted coup.

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Authorities in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, here

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in the United States, say that a former Marine set out

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to specifically target members of law enforcement ahead

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The gunman, who has been identified as 29-year-old Gavin Long,

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posted videos online in which he criticised the police

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treatment of African-Americans and urged people to "fight back".

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Long, who is himself black, was killed in the shootout that left

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From Baton Rouge, Nick Bryant has more.

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Shots fired, officer down! Shots fired, officer down!

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The volley of gunfire as police were lured into an ambush

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after responding to a call that a man dressed all in black

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Unknown where the subject is shooting from.

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"Shots fired, officer down," says a policeman in panic,

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as the gunman deliberately targeted his colleagues.

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The attack unfolded just yards from the police

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headquarters in Baton Rouge, the focus of angry protests

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for the past two weeks - after the police shot dead a black

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The lone gunman has been identified as Gavin Eugene Long,

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a 29-year-old former Marine who'd served a six-month

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He also had an online alias, Cosmo, and posted video

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messages on the internet complaining about the treatment

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of African-Americans at the hands of police.

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He had apparently recorded this one in Dallas, days after the killing

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These were his three victims - Matthew Gerald, Brad Garafola

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Officer Jackson had posted an emotional message

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on Facebook just days before, describing how hard it was to be

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a black police officer in Baton Rouge.

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"I swear to God, I love this city, but I wonder if this city

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"In uniform, I get nasty, hateful looks, and out of uniform,

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Race relations in America haven't been this tense for 20 years,

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since the Los Angeles riots of the early 1990s,

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and many people are asking, when will this

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Preventing the sort of violence we've seen in Baton Rouge

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and elsewhere across the US is the main theme on day one at

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the Republican National Convention, now getting underway in Cleveland,

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Under the banner of "Make America Safe Again",

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a number of speakers are due to appear from across the world

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of politics, business, defence, and even entertainment.

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Jay Newton-Small is Washington correspondent for TIME Magazine,

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She joins me now live from Cleveland.

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Jay, the Donald Trump is positioning himself as the candidate for law and

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order, why do you think that he thinks that message will resonate

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with voters? Given violence that jersey Nat Baton Rouge and in and in

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Dallas in recent weeks and how terrible race relations are in the

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US, it is a message that is resonating with the lot of Americans

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who unsafe. I spent the morning at a pro-Donald Trump rally and he have

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said they are here to support the police and to protect the police and

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they have thousands of bikers here in Cleveland just here in case

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someone wants to do violence against the police or against any trump

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supporters because they believe strongly that Donald Trump is the

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man to make America safe again. It is also a very divisive atmosphere

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and the a lot of his own rhetoric has divided his party. What can he

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do to try to unified Republicans? It is striking, there was an

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anti-Donald Trump rally held across town and police carefully separated

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it. It is a very divided country and the rhetoric of Donald Trump has not

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helped at all. He talks about immigrants in negative ways as

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rapists and murderers. He speaks about banning Muslims or suspending

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their emigration from the US. A lot at the anti-Donald Trump rally have

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used that as reasons as to why they think Donald Trump is not the man to

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make America safe, but in fact, that he would make it more dangerous. A

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lot of Republicans here hope to hear from Donald Trump and especially

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some sort of bridging that rhetoric, not necessarily dining it back, that

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is not his style, but reaching out to love the Americans so that they

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do public party can be perceived to be at least more inclusive. All eyes

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will be on his wife who is not used to taking the spotlight but will be

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onstage later. What can we expect from her? She is there too soft in

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the image of Donald Trump. To talk about how she is obviously his wife

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and how he empowers women and has empowered our business. She has a

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business and the fashion industry and is a former model. And how he

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empowers his daughters to run his company. She will present a feast

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specifically to women and female voters, an area in which Donald

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Trump has failed to make a real connection. It is to show that he

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has power and support and that he will appoint lots into his

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government. What about his new running mate, Mike pence. That was a

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bit of a controversial decision to appoint him. Do they expect a few

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much from him? Not until later in the week, traditionally the Vice

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President speaks on night three of the convention, we will probably

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hear from them on Wednesday night. Most establishment Republicans are

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pleased with him as the choice. Much more of a mainstream choice than

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they thought that Donald Trump would make. They were afraid he would make

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something like two pirates, that was suggested by a former House Speaker

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that he be put to Pirates on the ticket, Donald Trump and another

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pirate. It does not look -- it does not do him a lot of good when he has

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struggled with minority areas. Mike Henze has had a long track record

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that is not great with women either. Especially on social and

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conservative issues. In some ways it does not do him that badly. It

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bolsters his case with other areas of the Republican Party. But he does

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not help in other areas. An interesting few days ahead. Jay

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Newton-Small, thank you for joining me.

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So that's what's happening in the convention hall,

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but what about outside the political bubble?

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What are the issues that are hitting home for regular Americans?

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I took a drive to Winchester, a historic city in Virginia with

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And as I discovered, views there are strongly held and diverse.

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The city of Winchester, population around 27,000,

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a place where history meets modern America.

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George Washington surveyed the land this city was built

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on and held his first elected office here.

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During the Civil War, because of its strategic position,

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it changed hands around 70 times and more recently, while remaining

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deeply conservative, voters in Winchester helped put

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Barack Obama in the White House twice.

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At the Winchester Brew Works they are concocting WincGriddle,

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a maple-sage ale to complement more traditional tipples.

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The business only opened a few months ago and the owners fret

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about anything that might harm the local economy.

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One of the concerns that is being brought up now

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is the minimum wage increase, which is awesome on a personal

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level and I love that, but as a business owner,

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that is a really hard thing to manage, it is a hardship for us

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to be able to come up with that kind of money and I think it would put

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us at a disadvantage because we will not be able to take

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In Winchester's revitalised city centre, you can find pork butt

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smoking outside bars and restaurants.

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The pedestrian mall has certainly been a boon to local

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businesses and some have also benefited from Obamacare.

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Julie Napier is a wedding photographer and used to pay $1000

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Now, since the affordable care has been passed,

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I am looking at $350 each month, which is still a considerable amount

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of money, but it is affordable and that's really important to me.

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This is one of Winchester's newest additions.

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A cafe where gay, lesbian and transgender people can feel safe.

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LGBT issues have become hot button topics on the campaign trail

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after the mass shooting in a gay nightclub in Orlando and a raft

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of state legislation that has widened social divides.

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We do not, in this state, have LGBT people as a protected

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class, so you can be married because we have marriage equality,

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you can be married on a Saturday and fired on a Monday

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You can be discriminated against in housing for being openly gay.

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These are everyday implications outside of the bubble of Washington,

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so to speak, that impacts my friends and my family and my customers.

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In the Republican primary, Winchester voted overwhelmingly

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But for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders

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Neither candidate is well liked in America and that could affect

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turnout in November, here and across the country.

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

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The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has addressed

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Parliament, saying it would be "irresponsible" for the UK

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to abandon its nuclear weapons programme.

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Her comments came as lawmakers prepared to vote on renewing

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the country's Trident nuclear weapons system.

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Mrs May said threats from states like Russia and North Korea

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The head of the United Nations children's agency says HIV-AIDs

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remains the leading cause of death among Africans between

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Speaking at the start of an international AIDS

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conference in South Africa, he said the mortality rate had more

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Turkey is continuing its extensive purge of government institutions,

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today suspending nearly 8,000 police officers suspected of being involved

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6,000 members of the military and the judiciary have

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Our correspondent Mark Lowen reports from Istanbul.

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This was Turkey's slide into chaos - chilling new pictures of war planes

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flown by rebel soldiers attacking the intelligence agency

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The authorities opened fire to try to down the jets.

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Within hours, the takeover had been crushed.

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But now the backlash - thousands of officials

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have been rounded up, accused of plotting a coup

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the government says was led by an exile Islamic cleric.

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President Erdogan says this was a gift from God

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One of this man's relatives, a judge, has been detained,

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How can a judge overturn a government?

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He doesn't have a gun, he doesn't have anything in his hand.

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But did he support the military overthrew?

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Of course not, who could support the military?

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My family is really devastated by the news.

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This has brought Turks together in support of their nation,

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but not their president - on that, they are still profoundly divided.

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His supporters feel emboldened, his critics fearful

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One side of this fragile country set against the other.

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The government has spoken of restoring the death penalty.

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That, says Brussels, would end Turkey's talks to join

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the EU, but the ex-prime minister told the BBC criticism

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Those who have concerns regarding Turkey, they should

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raise their concerns regarding the coup d'etat,

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rather than the attempts to stop the coup d'etat.

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The European Union has failed in this sense, in Egypt,

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in Syria, in other places, to defend democracy.

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Turkey is on alert, and there is now a palpable hunger for revenge.

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For the latest we can cross now to Yalda Hakim who is in Istanbul.

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Yalda Hakim, the situation is moving love the time, what is actually

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happening at the moment? At the moment, I am in Taksim Square. It

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really is the heart of Istanbul. All the today it has been unusually

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quiet. Usually there are thousands of tourists here, the bill passing

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through this very busy thoroughfare. There are hardly any people here and

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just as night started to fall, the pro-testers, thousands of them,

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began to emerge. You can probably hear the music behind me, they are

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singing patriarch takes songs. There is a feeling of jubilation as though

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democracy has prevailed. But there is also a feeling of a vengeful

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atmosphere. As Mark said in his piece, people want revenge, they are

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calling for the death penalty to be torn so that they can punish these

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people who were behind the coup. It is not clear as to what the motives

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were behind this coup. Why it took place, many unanswered questions,

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but one name that has emerged today is that of an ex-air force chief, a

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4-star general that the card last year, very popular amongst military

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circles, but not necessarily known amongst the ordinary Turks. Media

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said that he has confessed to being the key plot behind this actual

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coup. But other media have said that he was simply one of the people who

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were not necessarily the key person behind it but he contributed to it.

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So it remains unclear as to what his role was. Still a lot of uncertainty

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here in Turkey, but this country does remain very tense and divided.

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Given the atmosphere you are talking about, who can you actually believe

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that the moment? It is very difficult to know. I

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mean, the 2013 pro-democracy protest that took place in this very place

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are a different a lot of people. The people who have come out here

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tonight are hard-core storage Recep Tayyip Erdogan supporters. The night

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that they coup took place Omagh Friday night, he came out and he

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called upon his people, his supporters, to come out onto this

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cheats and show their support and defiance, show the military that

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they cannot take over this country. So the people who are appearing and

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you can see behind me are pro-supporters of Recep Tayyip

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Erdogan. They have said they are not just here for home but here for

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democracy as well. It is really difficult to know at this page who

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to believe and whether these people who are confessing to the two are

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being forced under interrogation. We must not forget that more than 300

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people were killed as the events unfolded on Friday night and

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Saturday morning. Up to 8000 people have now been arrested from the

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military and the police. The situation is still very unclear and

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people are still asking many questions.

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Well, Yalda Hakim, with the very latest from Istanbul, thank you very

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much indeed. The French Prime Minister has been

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booed by crowds in Nice at the end of a memorial service

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for the victims of the attack in Hecklers called on

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Manuel Valls to resign. The French Government has been

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accused of not doing enough Our Paris correspondent

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Lucy Williamson reports. He came to show respect,

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not to get it - just as well. France's Prime Minister stood

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on Nice's promenade, excluded from the brotherhood

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of grief, alone in But just listen to the response

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the emergency services get. When his turn came,

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Mr Valls bore the jeers, laying his wreath to

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the chants of "resign". Mehdi and Bilal lost their sister

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on Thursday night. Despite the rhetoric

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of right-wing parties, her death, they say,

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had nothing to do with Islam. TRANSLATION: Its political,

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I'm angry with the media. My sister was not

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killed by a Muslim. With 13 victims still unidentified,

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investigators say their killer's computer revealed a fascination

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with violence and radical Islam, TRANSLATION: The investigation does

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not show that the attacker had pledged allegiance to Isis,

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or that he was in touch with members of the organisation,

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but the analysis of his computer shows a clear interest

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in the jihadist movement. After last year's attacks,

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people packed the square France's national motto -

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liberty, equality, brotherhood - has been inscribed here

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for more than a century. Now, in the shadow of presidential

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elections, people are asking, And when they gathered

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on the promenade today, the mood had changed -

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what once looked like solidarity Lucy Williamson, BBC News,

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Paris. The president of the International

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Olympic Committee has delivered a scathing response

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to an independent report that finds official Russian involvement

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in a doping scandal that's shocked There's growing pressure

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for the current ban on Russian track-and-field athletes

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at the Rio Olympics to be extended The report was led by Canadian law

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professor and sports lawyer Our commission in the investigation

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undercover the following. The Moscow laboratory operated for the

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protection of Russian athletes within a state directive fail-safe

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system. The Russian Ministry of sport directive controlled and

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oversaw the manipulation of athletes and results, Sample swapping.

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Some officials will be suspended. We have heard that this was based on

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the testimony of one man. You can see the battle lines being drawn.

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The World Anti-Doping Agency has said that it will recommend to the

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ideal seat that they consider a full ban of all Russia's athletes, not

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just the track and field athletes who have already been banned. They

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were banned last year at the result of a report into state-sponsored

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doping. It was the New York Times that broke

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the story that confirmed Rebecca Ruiz secured an exclusive

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interview with the man responsible - Grigory Rodchenkov -

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who ran the laboratory that handled testing for thousands

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of Russian athletes. He admitted developing a cocktail

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of banned substances and providing Rebecca Ruiz joins

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us now from Toronto. Rebecca, why did he decide to speak

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to you? That is a good question. He fled Russia in November just after

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the first report that Dan Roan referenced was published. That

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accused Russia of widespread state-sponsored doping, focused upon

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track and field and athletics. Grigory Rodchenkov said that he

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feared for his life, he fled to Los Angeles and the said he felt better

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protected after his account had been made public. He wanted to talk.

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Certainly, he had been named in the initial report last November as a

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person who would be in a position to have a lot of knowledge that the

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investigators had not uncovered, they knew they had not uncovered the

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lot information and knew that if arrested him. So, how far does the

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scandal go? Grigory Rodchenkov has a ledger that extends across the board

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and Dr McLaren and his team of investigators today who worked upon

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what they called an incredibly tight timetable, 57 days, nonetheless,

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they said they have the utmost confidence in their findings. They

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can from that this touched every sport for which doping samples were

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tested in the Moscow labour today. So those sports certainly extended

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and include Winter Olympic sports, Summer Olympics boards, track and

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field, athletics as we already know. Winter sports like skeleton and

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bobsleigh. -- Moscow laboratory. The whole range,.

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Rebecca Ruiz, in Toronto, thank you very much for joining us.

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A bit of English maritime history has been dredged from the depths

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and will soon be on display in its original glory.

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King Henry VIII's flagship - the Mary Rose - will finally be

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unveiled to the public on Tuesday, after three decades

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Duncan Kennedy is in Portsmouth and has this report.

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It takes just a few seconds to fully reveal five centuries of history.

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Now, the pipes, the spray and the barriers have gone.

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This is the Mary Rose like you've never seen her before -

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There is the wreck of the Mary Rose, she has come to the surface.

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It was 34 years ago her ancient timbers first appeared

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above the Solent, but she's always been obscured,

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first by a giant cradle, then by water and chemical

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sprays, and finally by glass and black pipes.

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Now, 471 years on, you can see her as clearly as Henry VIII

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You really feel like you're treading on board the ship,

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And you can really get a sense of what it felt like to be one

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of those 500 sailors and soldiers squashed onto this ship,

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and what life really must have been like.

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Without the glass and pipework, you could almost be on deck

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We were also given access behind the ship.

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This side has never been seen on television before.

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The hull here is almost pristine, thanks to the white preserving

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Is that it for the Mary Rose in terms of preservation?

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The main bulk of the conservation is now done.

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There are compounds within the wood that we know could be problematic.

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We will always need to maintain the conditions around the ship,

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and we will need to look at how our conservation

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Until today, we have had to rely on paintings to see her clearly,

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now in all her splintered, salvaged, spartan state,

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programme to a close. Thank you for watching. Goodbye.

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If you like your summer weather to be hot, well,

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make the most of tomorrow because there is some more hot

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That is the peak of our mini heatwave because the middle part

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of the week will bring thunderstorms and then it will turn much cooler

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High pressure has been dominating the scene.

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