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

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We're into the frantic final days of campaigning -

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are trying to lock down

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Hundreds flee a suburb Mosul after Islamic State is driven out -

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and our correspondent was there to witness the exodus.

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The city centre is that way. As you can see, this road is now full of

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dozens, possibly hundreds of families who have been living under

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IS for more than two years. Corruption allegations

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against President Jacob Zuma come Has the country reached

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a tipping point as thousands And honouring the hundreds

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of injured British World War Two servicemen who were members

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of the so-called Guinea Pig Club. In just a week from now we'll know

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who the next US President will be. The campaign has taken some

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surprising turns over the last few days -

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the news that the FBI are once again looking into Hillary Clinton's

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emails, a sudden tightening of the polls and, of course,

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more accusations of bullying These frenetic final days will see

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the candidates targeting those vital swing states -

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the biggest prize is Florida. My contract with the American voter

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begins with a plan to restore honesty to our government. That

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includes banning foreign lobbyists raising money for American

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elections. Makes sense. I want the entire corrupt Washington

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establishment to hear and take heed of the words that we all will be

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saying right now, when we win on the 8th of November, we are going to

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Washington, DC and we are going to drain the swamp.

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We will hear from Hillary Clinton later in the day.

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Donald Trump has spent much of the last few weeks

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campaigning in Florida - he can't win the

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And while the polls show that the race is tightening -

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the real question is which candidate can secure those swing states

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with their high number of electoral college votes -

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not just Florida, but Ohio, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

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Welcome to our virtual world of Congress. Underneath this great dome

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of Capitol Hill we will try and bring a little more clarity to a

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race which has gripped us, confused us, and maybe even shocked us. With

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less than one week till the boat we still cannot be sure which of these

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candidates will become the 45th president of the United States. In

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fact it is still possible one of them wins the most votes nationwide

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and losers. How? Think of it not as one election but 51 miniature

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elections. Each of these states is allocated a fixed number of state

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electors determined by the size of the population. Altogether, 538

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electoral college votes, 270 takes you to the White House. Obviously

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the states with the biggest populations with the most state

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electors become crucial. California, for instance, if Hillary Clinton

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were to win 50% of the vote plus one and we expect that, or 55 votes

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would go Democrat blue. Look how many other states Donald Trump has

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to win to equal that. In the final frenzied days of campaigning, the

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focus. On the battle ground states. They are up to 13. And some big ones

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are among them, including the last one, Ohio. 18 votes. I hired is not

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backed a losing presidential candidate since this man, -- Ohio

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has not backed a losing presidential candidate since Richard Nixon in

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1960. The gap has closed in recent days. But it is the polling in the

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battle ground states which matter the most. If we cull them as some

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people project they will go today, nine go Democrat blue and four go

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red, including Ohio and currently Florida, by a whisker. But here is

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the unknown factor. There are about 320 million people in the United

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States. On this graphic every one of these people represents 10 million

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voters. We can lose 103 million, either children or not eligible. 60

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million took part in the primaries. We know that they are voting. Taking

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the last election figures, we expect another 73 million to take part.

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That leaves 90 million who never do. That is where the Donald Trump

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campaign is pinning hopes. We saw in the UK with the result of Brexit

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that people not ordinarily voting antipathy balance unpredictably. --

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can tip the ballot unpredictably. And Congress, the collar of these

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chambers will determine how much power the next president will have.

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-- the colour. Well as Christian mentioned -

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securing those swing states will be But the Clinton campaign have their

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eyes on other prizes as well. They're putting resources

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into Arizona, traditionally In fact, Hillary Clinton

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is campaigning in Phoenix today This state has not voted Democrats

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in decades, so what is she doing here? Yes, only twice since the

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Second World War. Well, she thinks she has a shout here. She is within

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two percentage points of Donald Trump as we speak. She has edged him

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slightly in the polls in the last couple of weeks. They are putting a

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lot of money in here, couple of million in advertising, TV

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advertising. They think they have a shot. If you start taking the red

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states out of the Donald Trump column you make it even harder for

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him to grasp the 270 votes Christian was talking about. When she comes

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here I think you will hear a lot about immigration. She will be

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introduced by the parents of a man called Daniel Lopez Rodriguez, who

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was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq. I think that'll be a way for

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her to start talking about the immigration issue. The Mexican

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border is only a couple of hours away from here. Along which Donald

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Trump promised to build that wall. That would be a big motivating

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factor among Hispanics to rally to the Clinton cause. They normally go

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Democrat anyway but they might vote in much bigger numbers this time

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around. They are usually underrepresented in the turnout. It

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is quite hard to get Hispanics to go to the polling stations. But Clinton

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is concerned and convinced if she can increase the turnout of

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Hispanics in this state she has a real chance of taking it and the 11

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electoral votes. It is striking, you are talking about issues on the

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campaign trail instead of character and insults. Do you think Clinton

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will be changing her strategy in the last few days and trying to give

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more of an upbeat and positive message? Yes, I would think so.

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There has been a slight change in the last 24 hours. Over the weekend

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since Friday she had to address the e-mail question, the new probe by

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the FBI into the e-mails on her top political aide on the computer of

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her ex-husband and so on. She had to address that. The rally I was at

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with her on Monday in Cleveland, that is the first thing she did. On

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appearances, yesterday in Florida, the key state, she has started

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dropping references to that and that will be because the campaign had

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some polling, some indication that they may have limited the damage to

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the extent that they can on that issue and they now need to pivot

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towards attacking Donald Trump, yes, doing a lot of that, pointing out

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what he has said, the group C has attacked, but also trying to inject

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a bit of positivity as well. Because people do not just vote on what they

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do not want. They also vote on what they do want. She has to offer them

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something at this stage. Indeed she does. Gary, in Phoenix, thank you

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very much. For more on how those

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number will add up - She has almost clocked up as many

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miles crisscrossing the country as the candidates! Let's pick up on

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something Gary has said, Clinton in Arizona, not an obvious state but

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Donald Trump has been in Wisconsin and Michigan. They think other

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states are coming into play. It is a slightly schizophrenic feeling both

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campaigns. On the one hand, confidence, areas where the

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Democrats do not traditionally win and at the same time pumping about

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$30 million into advertising in a traditionally blue state, almost

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trying to protect the castle walls. Look, they are thinking we had to

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hang onto Michigan and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. They even put money

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back into Virginia and have not done that for weeks. There is some

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awareness the polls have tightened and they cannot afford to lose those

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blue states. And this foray into Arizona, I think you see the same

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thing in the trunk campaign. Donald Trump said he would rewrite the rust

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belt in the American midwest. That is why you are seeing him in

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Wisconsin. The sonics and it is projecting confidence. A brand-new

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Wisconsin today, a reputable one still has Clinton have the way ahead

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in Wisconsin. But he wants to project confidence onto his

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supporters as well. And presumably suppress the vote which might be

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working in terms of the black vote, because President Obama has been in

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North Carolina, you came back from Begg yesterday, try to get

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African-Americans out voting. How worried is the Clinton campaign

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about it? We were talking about this in North Carolina. The numbers good

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overall for the voting turnout, but among African-Americans these

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numbers are down on the 2012. To some extent it is unrealistic to

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compare the excitement among black voters for Hillary Clinton with

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Barack Obama. They were never going to reach that bent Mark --

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benchmark. Hillary Clinton knows that if she wants to win North

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Carolina, the African-American vote is very important. That is why

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Barack Obama was there today trying to rally the millennial voters and

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try to reach African-American voters and he said specifically on a radio

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programme this is my legacy at stake. There is one more vote we

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have two win and that is for Hillary Clinton. 24 million votes have

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already been cast. Some of them, a large number, before the FBI made

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that shocking announcement about the investigation into Hillary Clinton's

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e-mails. Donald Trump said they should vote again. Can they? You

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will send me back to do my homework on this. Donald Trump has said in

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seven states, if you have got remorse, change your vote. In seven

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states you can do that. Pennsylvania will be important. It allows you to

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change your vote but not many people do early voting in Pennsylvania. He

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was in Wisconsin when he says this and you can in Wisconsin change your

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vote three times if you have remorse. I'm not sure how you

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physically do it. Must be a electronic voting. He is right, you

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can go and change your boat. Where are you going to next? I cannot

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remember! Well, it is nice to have you here.

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For more on the US presidential election go to our website.

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We've got a live page with the very very latest from the campaign.

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Iraqi forces are closing in on the Islamic State

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stronghold of Mosul, after gaining a footing

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They are now moving from street to street, clearing areas of lslamic

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State militants who are putting up a fierce resistance.

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It is now 17 days since the start of the campaign

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to take back the city from Islamic State militants,

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Elite Iraqi counter-terrorism service troops retook the eastern

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Kukjali area on Tuesday, entering for the first

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The troops then reached the more built-up Karama

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The Iraqi military also say that some units have entered

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Aid agencies warn the intensifying battle has now put the lives

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of around one million civilians "in grave danger",

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as it is unclear as to how they will be able to escape.

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And it looks like we have got a view technical problems. Let's move to

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our next story. South Africa's President,

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Jacob Zuma, is once again under fire after an investigation found

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possible evidence of corruption The President has previously tried

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to block the release of the report. He's accused of an improper

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relationship with wealthy Thousands of people gathered

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in cities across the country I'm hoping we can go to the next

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report. This is all called gremlins. Let's

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look at some of the other days news. Police in the US state of Iowa say

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they have arrested a man suspected The attacks were described as ambush

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style - both victims were sitting in their patrol cars

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when they were attacked. Soon after police said they were

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searching for Scott Greene, a 46-year-old man from a suburb

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of Des Moines. In the early hours of the morning

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there were reports of gunshots. Police officers found one

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of their own colleagues Shortly after, another

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discovery two miles away, a second officer shot while sat

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in his car. The suspect was caught several hours

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after the killings and has been named as 46-year-old

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Scott Michael Greene. He was walking down the road

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and flagged down, a DNR employee, I don't think

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it was a DNR officer, presented his driver's

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license to him, told him to From there the deputies

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took him into custody. We're asking you to

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leave at this time. The motive of the attacks has not

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yet been confirmed but Scott Greene posted a video online two

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weeks ago showing him He had been thrown out

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of a football stadium for waiving a Confederate flag in front

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of black spectators. The attacks illustrate the danger to

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police in America. 51 officers have been killed

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across the country this The attack is not likely to change

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the debate on the wide This subject has barely

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registered in this Now a look at some of

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the day's other news... Flight investigators in Australia

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say analysis of wreckage suggests Malaysian Airlines flight MH370

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did NOT make a controlled landing The new findings -

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by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau - cast further doubt

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on the theory that someone was in control of the

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plane when it crashed. The Boeing 777 disappeared

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on the way from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur in 2014,

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with 239 people on board. Members of staff at Amnesty

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International's Moscow office say it has been sealed off

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by city officials. They claim that the locks have been

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changed and power shut off. The human rights group says

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it was given no warning but hoped there was "a simple

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administrative explanation". Amnesty has in the past

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complained of harassment Facebook has blocked plans

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by a British insurance company to view young drivers' profiles

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in order to set their car Under the plan the company Admiral,

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would scour users posts and likes Facebook said Admiral's plans

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breached their guidelines and that user's privacy was of

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utmost importance. Let's take you back to the story

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from South Africa. The president is under fire after an investigation

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found possible evidence of corruption at the top level of his

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government. He previously tried to block the release of the report.

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Thousands of people gathered in cities across the country demanding

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his resignation. Here is our correspondent.

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The pressure had been building since daybreak.

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Many gathered in the country's capital Pretoria, calling

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for Mr Zuma to resign and for the report on corruption

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Thousands of South Africans have turned up on the streets.

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They are calling for the president to step down.

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It is because of the corruption allegations which has dogged

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In a packed courtroom the judge gave the people what they had been

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They are ordered to publish the report forthwith and by no later

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than 1700 hrs on the 2nd of November 2016.

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The corruption watchdog report said the president should

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establish a commission of inquiry within 30 days, led by a judge,

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which must be appointed by the Chief Justice.

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It raised serious concerns that President Jacob Zuma allowed a

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family of businessmen to influence the selection of senior

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This was exactly the judgment that the opposition parties

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It is a historic day for the people of this country.

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It is a significant day, because today what has happened is

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South Africans have reclaimed the constitution.

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When we relayed the complaint against Jacob Zuma we knew

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that there was evidence that indicates

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It was not only his political enemies.

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Several society groups including some from his own

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We have asked for a meeting with him.

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We have told him that we believe that he is no longer

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This report is not good for President

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Zuma but it is not as damning as some opposition figures had hoped

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when they came to court this morning.

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There are many who believe that with all the corruption

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allegations against President Zuma things might be coming to a head.

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Somehow it does feel like South Africa is reaching a

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Now, South Africa's attention will be turned to Zuma and the

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And we will be watching that story very closely and we will bring you

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more reaction as we get it. A group of British pilots

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who suffered horrific burns during World War II have been

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honoured for their contribution Known as the Guinea Pig Club

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for their willingness to be tested on, the men underwent experimental

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techniques that became the foundation for modern

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reconstructive surgery. Our Health Editor Hugh

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Pym has the story. At East Grinstead, barely newly

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knighted Sir Archibald meets 227 They were known as the guinea pigs

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because the burns treatments they Little did they know

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then how much it would That was a photograph

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of me in hospital. Desmond O'Connell is nearly 97

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and is the oldest surviving member How they did this in

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wartime I do not know. He was on a bombing mission in 1941

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and suffered serious burns

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when the plane crashed. they operated, because it

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did not go quite right. I had new eyelids, new ears,

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attempts and the The Duke of Edinburgh has been

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the Guinea Pig Club's Today, he unveiled

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a commemorative monument at the National Memorial Arboretum with

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some club members there, as well. The club is remembered

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at the Queen Victoria hospital still a specialist burns and plastic

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surgery The biggest thing is the philosophy

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of plastic surgery which he brought to the table, which was really

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the fact that you can treat these horrifically burned

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patients and to do it by using techniques that

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are considered now to be standard,

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but were then quite radical. There is now a statue

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of Sir Archibald with one of his patients

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in East Grinstead. It was a community which welcomed

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the often severely disfigured servicemen

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on visits from hospital. It became known as

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the I was unfair to him

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and for years later... It is not until you are much,

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a bit older, a bit more wise that you realise

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just what he had done, It is a unique club and the members

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and their patron know that there may not be too many more

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gatherings like this. Honouring a bravery you do not often

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think about. Today BBC World News has been

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looking at the impact One of the new president's most

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urgent challenges will be working out how to deal with a resurgent

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Russia. Relations between Washington

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and Moscow haven't been this tense since the Cold War, with the two

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countries divided over the conflicts So how did America and Russia grow

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so far apart? Our Moscow correspondent

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Steve Rosenberg reports. Clinton, Bush and Barack Obama.

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Three American presidents with one thing in common, they have all had

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to deal with this man, Vladimir Putin. The face of Russian politics

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for more than 16 years. Started out, so it seemed, as America's friend.

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But smiles turned to suspicion when the Kremlin launched a crackdown on

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political opposition, like this tycoon. The US became the solution

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with the Russian leader and he became disillusioned with America.

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Over the invasion of Iraq and Washington's unilateral withdrawal

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from the antiballistic Missile Treaty. At one stage the US and

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Russia tried to hit the reset button. It didn't work. When

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anti-government street protests erupted in Russia, Vladimir Putin

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claimed Washington was behind them. He said the same about Ukraine's

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revolution. The US condemned Moscow for Alnwick synchrony and imposed

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sanctions. -- for the annexation of Crimea. Tension has reached a new

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and dangerous level. Today the image Vladimir Putin projects to the world

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is of a strong leader who believes he is right and America is wrong, a

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Russian president who would like to change the balance of power in the

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world. How will the new man or woman in the White House deal with that?

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By cooperating with the Kremlin, said Donald Trump. I did not know

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Vladimir Putin. He said nice things about me, if we got along well, that

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would be good. That is because he would rather have a puppet...

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Hillary Clinton is more hard line on Moscow. The Russians have engaged in

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cyber attacks against the United States of America that you

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encouraged espionage against our people, that you are willing to

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spout the Vladimir Putin lie... History shows that when an election

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is over rhetoric its way to political reality. And the reality

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is there needs to be dialogue between a US president and the

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leader of Russia. And there is no sign of Vladimir Putin vacate in

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that stage any time soon. -- departing from that stage.

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But for now from me and the rest of the team, goodbye.

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Good evening. Temperatures are falling away sharply and for some of

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us, a hard frost is setting in. Most of it will be across southern and

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eastern parts of the UK, come morning time, patches of fog as

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well. Further north

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