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Donald Trump turns his fire on the key Republicans who've

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In a series of furious tweets, the Republican Presidential

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candidate calls them disloyal, and accuses the House Speaker

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Russian and government war planes renew their bombardment

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of the Syrian city of Aleppo, as Russia's relations with the West

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We have a special report from Romania, where vulnerable young

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girls are at risk of being trafficked into prostitution

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TRANSLATION: When crossing the border, I had a gun to my head and

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they told me to give them the IDE and to smile. -- IDE.

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A Royal first for the Duchess of Cambridge - Kate makes a solo

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It was a day ago that the most senior elected Republican,

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Paul Ryan, said he would no longer defend or campaign for his party's

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candidate for the White House - after Donald Trump's obscene

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Now Mr Trump has responded, lashing out on social media

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in a fresh sign of the Republican Party splitting apart

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In a tweet, Mr Trump claims he won the second debate

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with Hillary Clinton, but despite that, "It is hard

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to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!"

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He goes on to describe Mr Ryan as a "weak and ineffective leader"

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But Mr Trump also appears to relish his new freedom,

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saying "It's so nice that the shackles have been taken

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off and I can now fight for America the way I want to."

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Mr Trump's ratings have fallen in opinion polls since the release

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of the video in which he made sexually aggressive

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Gary O'Donoghue is in Washington for us.

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How isolated does Donald Trump find himself with his own party? It does

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sound a bit isolated, this absolute deluge which of postings on social

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media today, sounding slightly paranoid. He talks about teaching

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the republicans, so nice that the shackles have been taken off, he can

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now fight for America the way he wants to. He sounds a little manic

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and I think that is in part a response to what happened over the

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weekend, obviously with the release of the video on Friday, a lot of

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temp... 13 republicans claiming he should stand aside. This is his

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response, he feels abandoned, isolated within the party. He is

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doing what he does, which is lash out, lashing out much more at his

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own side van at Telecom ten. It sounds as if it is only going in

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that direction, it is not sounding like he is trying to win back the

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support of the republicans. No, the interesting thing is the structure

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of the republican Party, the bureaucracy, he has said he will

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continue to campaign for him, the organisation will can they need to

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work for him. He has got that part of it but without the month of the

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leadership and the big names, he is effectively having to fight this

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with one hand tied behind his back. They would argue that he only has

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himself to blame for that, that the instances like the video and the

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series of other things have made it very difficult for them to support

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him, but the bigger picture is that there isn't just a battle for the

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White House going on this General Election, there is Congress, a third

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of the Senate is up, a bunch of vulnerable republican seats there.

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They just about have control of the Senate at the moment and the House

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of Representatives every two years, every single member has to be

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re-elected. The onus is trying to penetrate -- protect the

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congressional votes for the future because if you can hold onto at

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least one has of Congress, that means you have some power to control

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the president. -- Democratic president.

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Gary, stay with us because we want to talk about the claims of more

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potentially damaging footage of Mr Trump from The Apprentice

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But the show's creator, Mark Burnett, says

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previously unreleased video will not be made public.

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Mark Burnett, the London-born president of MGM Television,

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says "various contractual and legal requirements" prevent

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Mr Trump appeared in the US show from its inception in

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I assume you're talking about financial penalties? I guess so.

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There will be all sorts of intricacies, this series and the

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rights to it and now owned by a much bigger corporation, there will be

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contracts edge contracts involving Donald Trump I am sure and the

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original creators, I am no lawyer, I don't think anyone has seen this,

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who knows what the legal position is. One interesting tweet from

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someone who was a producer on the first two series of the American

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Apprentice saying if we thought he Donald Trump videos were bad, he has

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seen a lot worse, clearly someone thinks there is a lot to be had in

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those of cuts, he stopped on the studio floor from that series. You

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can be sure that because Donald Trump has been involved in media

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appearances for years and years, never been shy, you can be sure that

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all these other programmes and networks are going through those

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shelves full of tapes and archives other programmes thinking, have we

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got anything? Ensure they are. Gary, thank you very much. -- I am sure

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they are. It's not just the Republican Party

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that's divided during this election. Families are often finding

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themselves at odds - some siding with Clinton

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and others with Trump. Rajini Vaidyanathan has gone to meet

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one family in Lancaster, Pennsylvania who can't agree

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on a candidate. In the key battle ground state

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of Pennsylvania, the Ingram family Hello, my name is Cathy Ingram and

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I'm voting for Hillary Clinton. I am J Ingram and this is my son and we

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are voting for Trump. She thinks I'm totally crazy

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for voting for Trump. Hold it, hold it. His questions were

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all attacks on Trump. At dinner, talk of politics

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is unsurprisingly lively. Jay's vote for Donald Trump

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is as much a vote against Hillary Clinton, the candidate his

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wife Cathy is supporting. She wants to do the best

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for the country, so even though she has a little bit of a storied

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past, I think she has some ideas that really need to be pushed that

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on the Democratic side You don't think she comes off a

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good person? She reminds me of

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the evil school marm. She's old, she's overweight,

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just like some of those other women. He is not, he is fine coming he is

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230 and hit a golf ball 200 A.D. So it he is in fine shape. The self

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confessed liberal, J backed Bernie Sanders in the primaries and voted

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for Barack Obama twice. I was gung ho for Obama. I really believed he

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was going to do things. I believed what he said, the fool that I am.

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You seem to like sit around and telling jokes and looking pretty.

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Their eldest son is getting ready to cast his ballot for the first time

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that he is with his dad. I am voting for Trump. I couldn't vote for

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Hillary, too many strikes against her. A lot of people like to make

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excuses for what happened, but she will say anything to get elected.

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Everything put Trump on the defensive. The tables are split as

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this state where it is looking close between Hillary Clinton and Donald

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Trump. We go off and meet people every day of the week and no one

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comes out and says they are voting for Trump, but they will come up to

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me after and say they are voting for Trump by the way. I go, why hide it?

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I think the Passion is not of their behind either candidate at this

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point. The undecided voters in Pennsylvania party that election.

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One thing is certain, whatever the outcome, expect barge to fly in this

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house after polling day. -- sparks. The mobile phone manufacturer

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Samsung has permanently stopped production of its latest smartphone

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because of safety concerns. It's told customers

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who have the Galaxy 7 device to stop using it, after reports

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they've been catching fire. A previous attempt to fix

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the problem wasn't successful. With me is Robert Leedham, editor

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of the technology magazine Stuff. Welcome. Your magazine love the note

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seven, they give it a five star rating. Yes, we tested it for two

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weeks, it worked very well and it was powerful, great camera, screen,

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we didn't see any sign of a problem. Most technology publications rated

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the Galaxy Note seven as highly as possible. Unfortunately, it started

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catching fire went got out to users. A lot of very disappointed and was

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having to give them back. I imagine so. It is a very unfortunate

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scenario for everyone involved. The Galaxy Note seven hadn't been

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released internationally. They took a break effectively from 2005, that

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-- from the note five. This was supposed to be the big account but

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it didn't turn out well. If people have already got them what are they

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supposed to do now and what are they supposed to get in return to keep

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communicating? This is important. Samsung say if you have got a Galaxy

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Note seven turn it off and then you can take it back to them and get a

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refund on that phone or you can exchange it for another Samsung

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phone like the Galaxy F7 or S seven edge, but of those phones have no

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lung problems with them. This particular divide -- device is very

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thin. Is that possibly the problem that you had to wrestle the power

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into such a thin battery? According to reports, some someone looking to

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compete with Apple's iPhone which had a rather middling year in terms

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of updates to its design. It wants to pack as much technology as

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possible into the Galaxy Note seven and apparently that is where the

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problem occurred, because a bigger battery went into this person, and

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there wasn't any more space for it according to reports. This is a

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difficult thing for manufacturers to get as much power into the battery,

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because people will complain all the time that they don't get enough

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battery time on any device, because so much is going on in those

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devices. Exactly, people want a better screen from videos and to

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take more photos and all of that soaks up power. Most people will

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want at least a day and a half out of their phone. That is where the

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problem comes in. When you try to overcompensate for those added

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specs. How big a catastrophe is this for Samsung? They were saying they

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were trying to modify it, now it is saying turn it off and give it back,

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how bad is it when they are up against Apple and Google? It is not

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good, is it? No manufacturer wants their product to start setting on

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fire. The real consequences are going to show when the Galaxy Note

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seven Ferrari blows over and Samsung release their new phones, then you

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will tell how much damage to has been to the brand in terms of sales.

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In the meantime you have got companies like Apple with their

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iPhone seven and Google is about to release its first ever own brand

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home in the coming weeks, able to take advantage of the gap on the

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market. -- phone. Thank you very much.

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

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Armed men in the Afghan capital Kabul have attacked

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14 people are said to have been killed and 26 injured.

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The Karte Sakhi shrine was packed with people marking Ashura -

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a day of mourning in the Shia calendar commemorating the death

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Iranian football fans have watched their national team beat

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South Korea 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier despite the constraints

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Throughout the match, Teheran's Azadi stadium was a sombre

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scene, packed with tens of thousands of Iranians instructed to wear black

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Fans were requested to refrain from cheering their team,

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and instead raised clenched fists and chanted "Ya Hussein."

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Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Russia risks

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becoming a "pariah nation" if it continues on its current

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The comments were made during an emergency debate

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Meanwhile Russian President Vladimir Putin called off a planned

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visit to Paris, after French President Francois Hollande

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said Russia could face war crimes for its aerial

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Another little girl pulled from the rubble of eastern Aleppo.

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Another child left orphaned by a war that has devastated so many lives.

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Today Russian warplanes resumed their bombing

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A bloody campaign that MPs debated the first time in months.

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Are we so coward, so poleaxed by recent history in Iraq

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and Afghanistan that we are now incapable of taking action?

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All the international hand-wringing after Rwanda, Bosnia, Srebrenica,

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when we said never again, was it just hot air?

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These pictures makers want to close our eyes and turn

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from the horror but we cannot turn our backs on the greatest

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Listening to the first time in his new job

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He tore into Russia, calling for fresh sanctions

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and demonstrations outside Russian embassies.

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If Russia continues in its current path I believe that great country

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is in danger of becoming a pariah nation.

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If President Putin's strategy is to restore the greatness

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and the glory of Russia then I believe he will see his

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Some called for a no-fly zone over Aleppo but that would involve

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the West being prepared to destroy Russian and Syrian warplanes

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Some called for more aid to be dropped by playing but this can

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often land in the wrong place, and others called for yet more

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diplomacy, and if that failed more economic sanctions.

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We do need to explore no-fly and no bombing zones, we do need to look

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What people in Syria need is bread, not bombs.

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Any war crimes by air forces will be logged.

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In a multilayered multifaceted civil war like Syria the last thing

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So the mood of the House of Commons was clear,

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the West should do more to confront Russia and the Syrian

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government, potentially even with the use of military force.

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But the Foreign Secretary was much more cautious,

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warning that the consequences of no-fly zones would have

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to be thought through very, very carefully.

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For the people living in the ruins of Aleppo what matters is not

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the words of Western policymakers but and end to the violence.

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And there's no sign of that coming soon.

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Haiti's government has warned that the country faces "real famine"

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following the "apocalyptic destruction" of Hurricane Matthew.

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The UN has called for a "massive response" to help the country

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recover from the aftermath of the Category Four storm,

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which is believed to have killed as many as 900 Haitians.

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Unicef's representative in Haiti, Marc Vincent, is on the line

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from the city of Les Cayes, one of the worst hit

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Thank you for talking to us. Tell us what the situation is like today.

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Our teams are working with government partners and they are

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doing all they can right now to make sure they can get clean water to the

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most affected population. As you know the UN released on appeal

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yesterday and we are estimating that 2.1 million people have been

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affected by this storm and 1.4 million are in urgent need of

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assistance, so for Unicef the first priority is to get clean water,

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drinkable water to the population in order to be able to control

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outbreaks of waterborne diseases. We are also working with the Ministry

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of education here to try and see how we can rehabilitate the more than

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300 schools that have been damaged by the storm so that we can ensure

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that up to 100,000 children don't lose their school year as a result

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of a lack of access to schools but also they have lost uniforms, books

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and of course the teachers only same communities and they have lost

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everything is Wells, so we are working closely with the Ministry of

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education to see how we can prioritise schools and get to as

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many children as we can. I want to ask you what access is like, how

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easy is it to get to the people who are in need of all help? When I was

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speaking to our teams yesterday, I think we had reached a little over

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60% of the communities in the two affected areas. We are still being

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blocked in some of the more remote communities, especially in the

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higher lands, where it is very difficult to get trucks in, and

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large equipment in. Access is still a chance. How concerned are you? We

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have been hearing a lot about worries to do with the potential

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outbreak of cholera in the worst affected births? Clean water --

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worst affected parts. It is the first thing in terms of controlling

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the outbreaks of cholera. We have been working again with the Ministry

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of health and others to try and reach those communities affected

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with medical teams but also to reach them with immediate water

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purification supplies, buckets and so forth so they can have access to

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clean water. We are also mobilising now as we speak with our partners to

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26 rapid response teams that can go out of the communities as soon as we

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have access. Mark, we appreciate your time. That was the Unicef

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representative in Haiti, speaking from one of the worst affected

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towns. On Wednesday, Britain's Prime

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Minister Theresa May is expected to highlight the problem of modern

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slavery during a speech Thousands are being trafficked

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into the UK and other nations - forced into prostitution

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or domestic slavery. Most come from a handful

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of countries, including Romania where sex trafficking

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has become widespread. From there, Naomi Grimley

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sent this report. This 26-year-old is a survivor of

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human trafficking and here in a woman's shelter in Bucharest he is

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trying to rebuild her life. Looking on is her baby girl, fathered by her

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last traffic. She was trafficked not once, not twice but three times

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around Europe. TRANSLATION: When crossing the border, I had a gun to

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my head and they told me to give them the ID and to smile. In the

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mornings and afternoons I had 15 clients. Then in the evenings

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through to the next morning, they would bring another 20. In the end

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it was a client racked with guilt who helped her to escape. Many of

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the victims of trafficking, from remote villages. UK arrest in

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eastern Romania appears stuck in a bygone era. -- Bucharest. Many

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houses don't have running water. The traffickers have targeted this place

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and the British woman who runs a local community centre says a girl

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goes missing every month. The girls get involved through the lover boy

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scheme. They are mostly young and vulnerable teenagers in love with

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the pimps who are normally older guys. The girls are very attracted

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by the Mercedes and the ODs that they are driving around in. This

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woman was trafficked to Germany for prostitution. Now with her life back

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on track she has gone to the immunity centre to warn the local

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kids of the dangers. I'd tell the girls to don't trust the guy is so

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easy. She helps you will make the teenagers think twice. A village

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like Nik arrest really struggles to offer the jobs and opportunities

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that they might want in the 21st-century and the traffickers

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exploit that. They act like real life pied pipers. We went to jail a

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north of Bucharest to meet a man who trafficked women and girls to Italy

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for five years. He. He claims he didn't use any force. TRANSLATION: I

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don't know if it is exploitation, but I don't think this is

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exploitation. But how would you feel if this was your sister or daughter

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being trafficked? TRANSLATION: You really don't think it is someone's

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daughter, just that you have to make money and that is it. Would you do

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it again? Yes. You would? Yes. Why? TRANSLATION: After all I have done

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they have taken everything from me. I have to start again from scratch,

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so I will not be sorry to do it all again. Here, the worry is another

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three girls may be gone by Christmas. Some may go willingly to

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escape their poverty but a life that awaits them, no one could ever

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knowingly wish for it. The Duchess of Cambridge has

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made her first solo overseas trip. She's been in the Netherlands

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for a day of engagements which included discussions

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on mental health issues, This report contains

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flash photography. Going solo abroad

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for the first time. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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on a mission of more This is a moment when Britain needs

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to cultivate friendships in Europe. Britain's links with the Netherlands

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go back centuries, so when the House of Windsor, represented by Catherine

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represened by orange, represented by King Willem-Alexander

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the image was of two European countries of shared history

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and many shared interests, not the least of which is each is

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a huge export market for the other. No-one was crude enough to mention

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Brexit, that's for the politicians. Theresa May was here

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yesterday canvassing support She visited The Hague

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to look at paintings. She was demonstrating

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the art of soft diplomacy. Visiting a gallery or joining

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an artwork shop may not be demanding, but the importance

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of a visit such as this should Members of the Royal Family do not

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do politics but do diplomacy of the soft variety promoting

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Britain's image and Visits such as this

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to important European allies Memo to the Royal tour

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organisers, Catherine led the way in the Netherlands,

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the rest of Europe beckons. Scientists have obtained remarkable

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new insights into the environmental catastrophe caused by an asteroid

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that hit the earth some They found that life returned

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relatively quickly to the site after the impact of the 15km object

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widely thought to have wiped The researchers have been examining

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rocks from the massive crater, 100km wide and 30km deep,

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that formed in what is now the Gulf of Mexico, and have found small

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organisms that evolved in the first Hello, good evening. The weather has

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been fairly similar over recent days with a large area of high pressure

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across Scandinavia. Clockwise winds around that and a fair number of

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isobars. The chilly breeze blowing down from the Baltic Sea across the

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North Sea Dragon quite a bit of cloud of the night to night but the

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cloud helps temperatures

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