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The ugliest US presidential debate in history.

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Now the most senior Republican in the country says he won't

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No handshake, no pleasantries - just harsh words and

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Hillary Clinton attacks those same women. It's just awfully good that

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somebody with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the

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law in our country. She should be in jail.

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We'll look at where the debate and the fallout leaves

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How suspicious friends brought an end to a huge police

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manhunt in Germany - by tying up a suspected

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Samsung is reported to have stopped production of its Note 7 phone

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after more handsets catch fire despite modifications

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And a special message for a 105th birthday to the trailblazing

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reporter who championned the people fleeing the Nazis during

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-- TV reporter who broke the news that the Second World War had begun.

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It was possibly the most acrimonious Presidential debate ever

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For an hour and a half, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

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In particular, Mr Trump put up a robust defence of his vulgar

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comments about women, which were recorded a decade ago

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but only made public in the last few days.

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But he's lost another key ally - with the most senior Republican,

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Paul Ryan, saying he won't spend any more time defending his party's

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candidate for the White House and will instead focus on stopping

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Mr Trump has told Mr Ryan to spend his time on jobs and immigration

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rather than fighting the nominee. Here's our North America

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editor Jon Sopel. They walked out smiling,

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but as they drew closer, the awkwardness and tension

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were evident. Hello.

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Hello. And very quickly it was onto the now

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infamous comments from Trump I've apologised to

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the American people. Hillary Clinton sought to broaden

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the attack on his He has said that the video doesn't

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represent who he is, but I think it's clear to anyone

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who heard it that it represents But it's not only women and it's not

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only this video that raises questions about his fitness

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to be our president, because he has also targeted

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immigrants, African-Americans, Latinos, people with disabilities,

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POWs, Muslims, and so many others. And this is where it got

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nasty and dirty. Donald Trump chose attack

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as the best form of defence. He brought with him women who'd

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previously claimed to be sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton,

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and Mr Trump didn't hold back. If you look at Bill

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Clinton - far worse. Mine were words, and this

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was action. There's never been anybody

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in the history of politics in this nation that's been

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so abusive to women. Hillary Clinton attacked those same

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women, and attacked them viciously. When I hear something like that,

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I am reminded of what my friend, Throughout the debate, Donald Trump

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moved nervously around the stage. Sometimes as though he was stalking

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her, often just lurking in the background as

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an intimidating presence. His most effective attack was over

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her use of private e-mail server, If I win, I am going to instruct my

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Attorney-General to get a special prosecutor to look

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into your situation. It's just awfully good that someone

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with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law

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in our country. And then the most surreal end

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to this most poisonous debate. Would either of you name

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one positive thing that His children are incredibly

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able and devoted. And I think that says

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a lot about Donald. I will say this about Hillary -

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she doesn't quit. This was a brutal and savage 90

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minutes. Donald Trump had to prove

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that he could move beyond the sex scandal tape that has so rocked

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the Republican party. There was a tepid handshake

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at the end, but there's no love lost between the two of them,

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and no easing of the animosity either between Mr Trump

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and the deeply unhappy Jon Sopel, BBC News,

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St Louis, Missouri. This more than any other US

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Presidential election in history, is a battle being fought on social

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media as much as it is on TV. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

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between them have over 20 million according to Twitter,

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this was the most tweeted debate ever - with more than 17

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million tweets posted. Mr Trump proved a more popular

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subject than Mrs Clinton - with almost twice as

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many tweets about him. Although the research doesn't say

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if they were favourable or not. But despite that, Mrs Clinton

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still won the battle to attract more And as for who might have

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won the debate? This poll, carried out

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by ORC for CNN gives it That might seem like a good

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performance, but the same poll held after the first debate

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gave her an even bigger margin We'll have the very latest

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from our correspondent in the US in just a moment -

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but first, here's some He's not the greatest debater,

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it's not his strength, but I thought he did well

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and he landed some shots Every time Hillary Clinton tried

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to bring up the tape that unfortunately came

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out a day or two ago, he just reminded her, "Hey,

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your husband has a track record that far exceeds anything

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I've ever said." So, I think he was right in doing

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that, because if she's going to attack him on some childish

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little comment, and I went to an all boys Catholic high school,

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I know of comments like that. I don't like it, but,

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you know, I don't like the e-mail thing either, so,

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with Hillary Clinton, so it's like, you know,

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pick your poison. It's ridiculous, I mean,

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he's just saying things I mean, if you want to become

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president, you have to respect females, and if you are not able

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to do that, then how She was very clear about

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Donald Trump's actual verbiage, and that it wasn't

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true, check the facts. Really, I think it went similar

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to the first debate. I still really have no idea

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who I want to vote for. You want someone that's very

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strong, very passionate. I think that she just says

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what people want, and want to hear, and so does Donald Trump,

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but you would still want to be I don't think either

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of the candidates are like that. Live now to Washington

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and our correspondent Aleem Maqbool. First of all, the political fallout.

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How much of a blow is it that the most senior Republicans says he will

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not be spending any time defending Donald Trump up to election day? On

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the face of it, it is extremely damaging. This is the most senior

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elected Republican, Paul Ryan, saying to all other Republicans,

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fighting for seats in Congress, go and save yourself. If that means

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disassociating yourself from Donald Trump, do it. He is saying that he

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himself will not spend time defending Donald Trump but will

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instead try to ensure in his words, that Hillary Clinton does not get a

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blank cheque. That sounds as if he is conceding victory to Hillary

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Clinton already. It looks damaging but you have to remember that a lot

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of those people voting for Donald Trump, over the last year or so, but

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in this country, are going to vote against the establishment. They are

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talking about the Republican establishment as much as about

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Hillary Clinton. In terms of Donald Trump Osman base, this might help.

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He could say,, the rubble -- the Republican Party is against us all

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but stick with me and we can turn things around. But for those in the

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middle, those undecided, this is just another indication. Even those

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people in his own party think that Donald Trump is a liability. But he

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had that bike through the Republican primary process which got him to his

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candidacy. -- he had that right through. I didn't harm him. But the

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fact that Donald Trump is still standing after that video emerged,

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that is quite an accomplishment in itself? Absolutely. Ahead of this

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debate, there was all kind of talk about the fact that Donald Trump

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could implode somehow. But he didn't. It was an extraordinary and

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fairly depressing in some parts start to the debate with this brutal

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-- these brutal blows, and they were described as just that, he was

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laying on Hillary Clinton. But also Hillary Clinton missed opportunities

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later in the debate to land that sort of fatal blow as well. He did

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very well what he has done right through this, which is get his

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message across, that whatever is wrong with America today is because

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of the establishment in this country and people like Hillary Clinton. He

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talked a lot about her untrustworthiness and that kind of

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message is resonating. That is why he is still where he is today. But

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Hillary Clinton did hold her ground and we saw through the Republican

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debates that the other Republicans were unable to do that. It is in the

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balance, that he is holding ground. Thank you very much for now. Both

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candidates will be out on the campaign trail in the next few

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hours. To Germany now, where a two-day

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manhunt for a suspected Islamist militant has come to an end

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after he was apparently tied up by people when he tried to take

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shelter in their apartment. 22-year-old Jaber Al-bakr,

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a Syrian national, was detained Police began searching for him

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after finding bomb-making equipment Even the German police admit

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they are believed to have The 22-year-old who arrived

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in Germany as an asylum seeker last year, had been on the run ever

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since police raided a flat in the eastern town

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of Chemnitz on Saturday. There, they found hundreds of grams

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of what is being described as highly dangerous explosive material,

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together with fuses It is yet to be officially

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analyse but police say their specialist on-site believe it

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to be a substance known as TATP, which is the explosive used

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by the Paris and Brussels attackers. Now, the police believe that

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Jaber Al-bakr was perhaps in the process of putting together

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some sort of suicide vest. They actually think that he may

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have neared completion. They also believe he has

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links with IS. Despite that European manhunts

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and went on for well over 24 hours, police admitted today that actually

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Jaber Al-bakr was apprehended Jaber Al-bakr was apprehended

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by some Syrian refugees. It's thought he may have approached

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them at Leipzig railway station. There are questions over how

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he could have been wandering around such a public place

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amid such tight security. One way or another, though Syrian

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refugees took him When they realised who he was,

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they tied him up. One of the refugees went

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to the police station with a mobile phone picture of Jaber Al-bakr

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and said to the officers there, I think we might have your man,

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you might want to come Could be rather embarrassing

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for the police. You sense that this operation didn't

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go quite as well as the security Nevertheless, they are claiming this

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arrest as evidence that they can manage the IS terror

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threat against Germany, that they can, in effect,

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keep the country safe. Now a look at some of

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the day's other news. Taliban forces are mounting

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an assault on Lashkar Gah, the capital of the strategically

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important province of Helmand. Reports suggests the militants

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are now within a few kilometres of the governor's compound,

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though a provincial spokesman denied that areas close to the city centre

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were being contested. Police in southern India

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are investigating the family of a 13-year-old girl who died

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after fasting for more The schoolgirl, Aradana Samdariya,

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who lived in Hyderabad, only drank water in the early stages

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of the religious fast. Her family has denied

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forcing her to take part. The British-born Oliver Hart

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and Bengt Holmstrom of Finland have been awarded the Nobel prize

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in Economic Sciences for their contributions

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to contract theory. The judges said their work laid

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a foundation for designing business policies in areas such

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as executive pay. The British government

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is being warned that failure to strike a good deal over leaving

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the European Union could mean big The British Retail Consortium -

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the industry trade body - says reverting to World Trade

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Organisation rules could result And it says years of deflation

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could mean shops would struggle More from our Business Editor Simon

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Jack. The retail industry presented

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its post-Brexit stall today. As the biggest importer of goods

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in the UK, the sector is worried costs could rise

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when we leave the EU. As we import goods into this

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country, coming from the EU, or other countries where there

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are trade deals, those at the moment If as part of the exit from the EU

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we have new tariffs, then that will put upward pressure

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on prices for consumers. Once outside, the UK might have

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to fall back on its membership of the World Trade Organisation,

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which comes with its own rule book. Currently, meat moves

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between the EU and UK tariff free. WTO rules impose

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tariffs of up to 40%. Clothes from India arrive in the EU

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with 12% added and under special rules for developing countries,

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we could opt to introduce It is too soon to know exactly what,

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if any tariffs will be imposed on imports coming

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into places like Liverpool. The WTO rules are not

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the government's preferred option but they are of

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course a possibility. But one thing seems certain,

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shoppers may have to get used to higher prices,

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if only because of the fall in the value of the pound,

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which makes imports coming here from the US and Europe

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that bit more expensive. Here in Birkenhead, traders

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and shoppers seem convinced the EU wouldn't want to make

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life more difficult. They export more to us

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than we buy from them. So therefore, they are going to want

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to do the deals as much as we do. We buy a lot of flowers

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so if they want to put tariffs on our cars, we will put

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tariffs on their flowers. I think it definitely wasn't made

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obvious to the public that, you know, prices of daily things

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or gifts, etc, would go up. But I think it should have been

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something everyone should There is another cloud

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appearing in consumer skies. Petrol retailers warned

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today 5p per litre hike in prices was imminent,

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thanks again to pound weakness. Deal or no Deal, prices

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look likely to rise. Simon Jack, BBC News,

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Merseyside. The UK's Home Secretary Amber Rudd

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says she expects to receive a list of children living in the Calais

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camp known as the Jungle Ms Rudd says the details will come

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from the French government, and that once she has the names,

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she expects any children in the camp who want to come to the UK to make

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the journey within days. France is planning to close the camp

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in the coming days. The United Nations is calling

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for a "massive international response" to help Haiti,

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in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. It's appealing for $120 million

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for immediate life-saving assistance for three quarters

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of a million people in southwestern The money will go to provide food,

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clean drinking water and shelter It comes as concern grows

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about an increase in cases of cholera, which is spread

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through contaminated water. This is what UN chief

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Ban Ki-moon had to say. At least 1.4 million people

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need our assistance at this time. Some towns and villages have been

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almost wiped off the map. Crops and food reserves

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have been destroyed. At least 300 schools

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have been damaged. And these numbers are growing

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as more affected areas are reached. Tensions are already mounting

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as people await help. South Africa is grappling with

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protests which have led the university is being closed. Students

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are demanding free university education for all. But events have

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taken a violent turn. There has been a tense stand-off

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between riot police and students here at this university. The

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students have told us that they are angry that a major meeting which was

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supposed to have been held on Friday, was cancelled. They say that

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the Vice Chancellor of the university did not inform them that

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that meeting was going to be postponed. They grew impatient,

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started throwing stones and private security and police, Hurriyat --

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retaliated with stun grenades and rubber bullets. The stand-off does

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not seem like it will be resolved any time soon because both sides are

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digging their heels in. You may remember the smartphone

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giant Samsung was forced to issue a recall of its Galaxy Note 7 phone

:19:40.:19:42.

last month, after complaints Now there are reports that it's had

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to stop production of the phone after claims that replacements

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were also starting to emit smoke - like the two damaged

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handsets you can see here. Our correspondent Steve Evans sent

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this report from Seoul in Samsung's This is the heart

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of Samsung country. Everybody here, most people anyway,

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have Samsung phones. Some people use them

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to phone, conventionally. Some people use them for videos,

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selfies, like I am now. The Galaxy Note 7 is still being

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advertised here but that is clearly redundant because Samsung has said

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that it is rescheduling production. It was the sort out

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the safety problem. If there is one thing you don't do

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when you're a company, that is recall a product,

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reissue it as safe and then have So there is clearly

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a problem for Samsung. The other difficulty for Samsung

:20:45.:20:47.

is the iPhone 7. Time has been lost by Samsung

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in this great battle What started out as a bit

:20:50.:20:52.

of a glitch with a launch is now turning into the danger,

:20:53.:20:59.

the potential for a real Steve Evans reporting from his

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phone. You may never have heard

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of Clare Hollingworth, but her work as a journalist,

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eight decades ago, is viewed by many as being as important as the events

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upon which she reported. She broke the news of the start

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of the Second World War, and also helped refugees

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from Eastern Europe to flee Today she's celebrating

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her 105th birthday - special message from one

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of the children she helped to escape 105 years old is

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something to celebrate. Clare Hollingworth now lives

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in Hong Kong where today, friends and family threw

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a party for her. She was a member of an exclusive

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group in a man's world, It was this young, ambitious woman

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who broke one of the biggest stories ever, the outbreak

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of the Second World War. She sent the story to

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the Daily Telegraph, having seen German tanks lined up

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on the Polish border. This is the national

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programme from London. Germany has invaded Poland

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and has bombed many towns. I'm really passionately interested

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in war and if one is passionately interested in war, one can't

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help like being in it. Her family only discovered paperwork

:22:26.:22:28.

about it in recent years. Clare Hollingworth helped thousands

:22:29.:22:38.

of refugees escape the Nazi regime Margo Stanyer was one

:22:39.:22:41.

of those she helped. She still has her travel papers,

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with Clare Hollingworth's name on. The two women have never

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met, never even spoken. But Margot recorded this video

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message which was played today All I can say is thank you to Clare

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again and again and again. I think of you a lot,

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until the end of my life, I will, thanks for me and all my children,

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because we are still here, Someone who has done truly,

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truly good things for the world... Age, frailty in distance mean

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the two women won't ever meet now but at 105,

:23:33.:23:35.

Clare Hollingworth has finally had a personal thank you from someone

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whose life she saved. Let's go back to the US

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Presidential Debate - The run-up to the event

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was overshadowed by the emergence of a tape of Donald Trump,

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recorded a decade ago, when he made obscene

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remarks about women, and how a man in his

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position could treat them. The issue came up in the debate,

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and here's how he responded.. Certainly I'm not proud of it,

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but this is locker room talk. The sort of thing a group of men

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might say without really meaning it Well, while Mr Trump may have

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satisfied some of his critics, he's angered a new group in society

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- professional athletes. Some of them are taking his

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remarks rather personally. Chris Conley, who plays

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American Football for the Kansas City Chiefs,

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says he works in a locker room, He adds that in his experience,

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while men DO talk about women, they don't do it in

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the way Mr Trump did. And CJ McCollum, who plays

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for the Portland Trailblazers basketball team, says he's not heard

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language like that where he works. Mr Trump hasn't reacted to that

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reaction to his locker room comment We're keeping an eye on how

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the debate has affected the race for the White House -

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and we'll leave you tonight with the latest BBC

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News poll of polls. As you can see, Hillary Clinton

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retains her advantage over Donald Trump, with her support

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appearing to have consolidated itself in the upper forties,

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while her Republican rival's numbers And you can check that poll tracker

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yourself over several different time scales if you log

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on to bbc.com/news, and click through to our special section

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on the US Presidential Election. Don't forget you can get

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in touch with me and some of the team on Twitter -

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I'm @BBC KarinG. And you can see what we are working

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on via facebook too at facebook dot A chilly start to the day and that

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looks like a case for the rest -- all of the UK. An easterly wind

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coming across the Baltic Sea, picking up moisture and bringing

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showers. But this Easter the breeze

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