07/01/2017 World News Today


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This is BBC World News Today, broadcasting in the UK

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Donald Trump has defended his position on Russia,

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saying only fools would think having a good relationship

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US investigators are trying to determine the motive for Friday's

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gun attack at a Florida airport in which five people died.

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At least 43 people have been killed by a huge truck bomb which went off

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in a market in the northern Syrian town of Azaz.

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A deal to end the mutiny in the Ivory Coast -

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the President says he'll accept the soldiers' demands.

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And how a Wayne Rooney goal seven minutes into an FA Cup match

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against Reading marks a moment of history at Manchester United.

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Donald Trump has given more reaction to the intelligence

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report released on Friday, which accused Russian president

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Vladimir Putin of ordering the hacking of US political parties

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On Twitter, Mr Trump said: "Having a good relationship

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with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing.

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Only "stupid" people, or fools, would think that it is bad!

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We have enough problems around the world without yet another one.

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When I am President, Russia will respect us far more

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than they do now and both countries will, perhaps, work together

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to solve some of the many great and pressing problems and issues

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Our correspondent Barbara Plett-Usher, who is in Washington,

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has been assessing Mr Trump's response to that

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Mr Trump has been doing most of the news-making, as you could see with

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his tweet on Russia. He has renewed his calls for closer cooperation and

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relations with Russia and that is a signal he does not want to change

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his approach to Russia even though the intelligence report accused

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Russia of meddling in the election. Mr Trump, after the briefing,

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appeared to concede that Russia might have been involved in some way

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but he did not say anything about the conclusion that Vladimir Putin

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was trying to help them win the election and he very much insisted

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that any hacking or outside influence did not have any impact on

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the outcome of the vote and what you are seeing, the underlying factor to

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his response to the intelligence briefing is one that has been there

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all along. He said he cannot accept the Russians tried to help him win

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because he feels this would delegitimise his victory and you can

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see in his tweets where he attacks the Democrats and says they are

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driving this because they were sore losers when he says they are at

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fault for computers being hacked because they had poor defences. He

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has gone on with that response although he softened his tone

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towards the intelligence agencies and did appear to concede that there

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had been some kind of cyber interference from the Russians.

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Sir Tony Brenton, is the former UK ambassador to Russia -

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he joins us via Skype from Cambridge.

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Doesn't Donald Trump have a point that there is at potential for

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global improvement if the US and Russia can work together? I think

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that is the case and what is going on in Washington is in some sense a

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struggle about precisely that point with the agencies who are hostile to

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any relationship with Russia but you got this report which is accurate,

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no doubt, but as a weapon to tie Donald Trump dime. Where do you

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think this new relationship could go? What are your sources telling

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you in Moscow? Moscow, it has been at the top of Mr Putin's to-do list,

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establishing a good relationship with Donald Trump. Get -- he had the

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wrong relationship with Obama and that reached the stage of being

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quite dangerous this autumn when each side was threatening the other

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with military action. The obvious area where both can work together

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isn't dealing with Isis. Both Vladimir Putin and Trump said that

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the Russians are not killing Americans, Americans are not killing

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Russians but Islamic extremists are killing both. Beyond that, and other

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obvious area for cooperation, strangely, is cyber warfare, and

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seeing the charges against Russia, and we have seen the Americans

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hacking into the cellphone of Angela Merkel. This is in the area of

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potential conflict which is very dangerous and in similar ways to the

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earlier years of nuclear, the ownership of nuclear weapons. And

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there is scope for agreement there and that is something we could

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usefully work on together. Some people will find it difficult to

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take, given the evidence that the US intelligence agencies say they have

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that Russia has hacked and effected the US election, potentially trying

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to do the same in French and German elections. But just taking the point

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on IS, which has been a crucial battle ground around the world, did

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you think there is potential scope? What about Iran and Saudi in the

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proxy wars going on in the region? There are all sorts of

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complications, we had a sharp disagreement about Syria. Yes,

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Donald Trump said very firmly against Iran, who are working with

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the Russians, and the Saudis working with the Americans. But the

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underlining fact is that both Russians and Americans have suffered

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from the impact of Islamic terrorism. Both have intelligence

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from either side, both of military assets in Syria which are usable and

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on both sides are being used against Isis activity there. They are

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co-ordinated, they can do things better. And the main point is it is

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important in itself that if they didn't create mutual trust and

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cooperation, which could lead to closer deals on the difficult areas,

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most notably Ukraine... Sir Tony Brenton, many thanks.

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Police in the US State of Florida are trying to work out the motive

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for Friday's gun attack at Fort Lauderdale Airport

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The alleged gunman is in custody - he's a former soldier

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His family says he has a history of mental health problems.

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The airport has reopened, although part of terminal two -

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where the attack happened - is still closed.

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From Fort Lauderdale, Gary O'Donoghue sent this report.

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This is the man who police say killed five people

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at Fort Lauderdale airport, opening fire indiscriminately

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He is Esteban Santiago, a former member of the military.

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His family said he had been receiving psychological help

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His aunt said he was never the same after returning

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Police say that Santiago used a semiautomatic handgun

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in the attack in the baggage hall, scattering terrified passengers

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before throwing away his weapon and laying spread eagle

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on the ground as police moved in to arrest him.

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As things started to return to normal at the airport,

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it has emerged that Santiago had been interviewed by the FBI

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One anonymous source has said that he told agents

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that the government was ordering him to watch videos from

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We are hearing that contact, that the agents noted the erratic

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behaviour and that it concerns them and motivated them to call the local

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authorities to have him taken into custody and evaluated

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at a medical facility for his mental health.

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Questions are being raised about the ease with which Santiago

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was able to transport and use his weapon in a supposedly

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It is legal to put a gun in checked baggage in the US as long

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as it is locked in a case and unloaded but you can carry

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Earlier Gary gave me more details about some of the victims.

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Another victim was a man from Iowa who was heading to the Caribbean

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His wife was shot in the shoulder as part of that and she survived.

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We're learning about Olga Woltering, who was British-born, she lived in

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the US for many years, her local church in Georgia posted a comment

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on their website about her person, saying she was enormously caring who

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called everybody loves in what they described as the unmistakable

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English accent. The human cost of what happened yesterday is starting

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to be made manifest. Gary O'Donoghue there.

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At least 43 people have been killed after a car bomb

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The bomb went off in the town of Azaz - a busy market

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in the rebel-held town that lies on the border with Turkey.

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Local residents suspect the Islamic State group

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Azaz has been a key staging post on the supply

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Alex Forsyth reports from neighbouring Lebanon.

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Fear, panic and chaos. The aftermath of this morning 's explosion. Many

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were killed, others wounded by the attack outside a courthouse in a

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busy commercial district in the centre of the city. TRANSLATION: A

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car bomb went off in the city centre near civilians, there are no

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fighters, all of are civilians. As rescue workers search for both

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survivors and bodies, nobody claimed responsibility for this attack but

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the city is no stranger to such scenes. Azaz is a stronghold of

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Turkish backed Syrian rebels involved in a major operation to

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clear so-called Islamic State from northern Syria. Close to the Turkish

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border. In recent days Turkish forces and rebels have continue to

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target IS, which is not included in the fragile ceasefire covering much

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of Syria. Azaz has become home to people who have fled fighting

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elsewhere. Today's attack shows that despite the ceasefire, largely

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holding, people in Syria are continuing to die.

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Let's take a look at some other stories now.

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The National Health Service here in the UK has rejected a claim

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by the British Red Cross that hospitals and ambulance services

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The charity - which has been helping patients to get home

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after they are discharged - said more money was needed

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for social care to prevent people being stuck in hospital.

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Officials defending the NHS said the phrase "humanitarian

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The acting mayor of Beijing says a new team of environmental police

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will try to reduce hazardous levels of toxic smog engulfing

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The police will look for local sources of air pollution,

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including open-air barbeques and dusty roads.

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The mayor also promised to reduce coal consumption by 30% this year.

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Many residents have been forced to stay in their homes for days

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at a time over the past month to avoid breathing

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The former President and Prime Minister of Portugal,

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Mario Soares, has died at the age of 92.

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As a left-wing lawyer, Mr Soares was jailed then exiled

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during the right-wing dictatorship that ruled Portugal up to 1974.

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Mr Soares became the country's first democratically elected

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Prime Minister and also served as President later.

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The former human rights lawyer Nana Akufo-Addo has been sworn

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Several African heads of state were in the capital

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The peaceful handover of power is being seen as a success

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for democracy in Africa, where leaders are often

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Here's what the new President and some of the crowd had to say.

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We are adventurous people who are in a hurry for success. I have no doubt

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that the gallops, energy, sense of enterprise and innovation of the

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Canadians can be harnessed to make Ghana the place where dreams come

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true. I am sure he will reduce taxes with one district, one tax, he will

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help create more employment. I think we need to get more investment from

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others into the country and it has to be very strategic, the way we get

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investment into the country. Because there is so much helplessness,

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people need work and we should be working to bring jobs. Some of the

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voices out of Ghana. A week of heavy rains and floods has

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left at least 12 people dead and thousands of villages submerged

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in southern Thailand. According to the country's

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Interior Ministry, 700,000 Forecasters are warning

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that the unseasonal downpours will continue for at least

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another two days. As David Campanale now reports,

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the deluge has also disrupted beach holidays in several destinations

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popular with tourists - the islands Heavy rains are hammering Thailand's

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flood ravaged south, taking the death toll higher

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and leaving thousands of villages In some parts, the water has

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risen to the rooftops. The rain is turning roads

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into rivers, making them impassable. It has also inundated farmland

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and damaged more than 1500 schools. The downpour is expected to persist

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for another 48 hours, with Thailand's meteorologists

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warning of possible flash floods. Its severity is testing

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the capacity of locals to cope. TRANSLATION: Now we lack food

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and trending water but the water Many flights and train

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and bus services have been delayed or suspended,

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and power lines Boats are being used

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to evacuate flood victims, while military bases have been

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mobilised to help in the process. For many, the downpours and flooding

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could not have come at a worse time. Tourism plays a vital role

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in the Thai economy and this is usually peak holiday season,

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with weather are normally both Social media showed some tourists

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making light of the floods, using inflatable rings to float

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down waterlogged streets. But others may choose to cancel

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or cut short their visits, taking away a desperately needed

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source of income for Still to come: We take a look

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at the protests in Sri Lanka led by Buddhist monks

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against Chinese development After half a century of delighting

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fans around the world, Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang are calling

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it quits. The singer Paul Simon starts his tour of South Africa

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tomorrow in spite of protests and violence from some black activist

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groups. They say international artists should continue to boycott

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South Africa until majority rule is established. Teams tried to skew

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problems of oil as France recognises it faces an ecological crisis. Three

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weeks ago the authorities confidently assured these areas that

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oil from the broken tanker would head out to sea. It didn't. The

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world's tallest skyscraper opens later at it today. It has easily

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overtaken its nearest rivals. Donald Trump has defended

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his position on Russia, saying only fools would think having

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a good relationship The family of a man suspected

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of shooting dead five people at a Florida airport reportedly had

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a history of mental The government in Ivory Coast says

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it's reached an agreement with soldiers to end a two-day

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mutiny that had spread President Alassane Ouattara -

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in a televised address - said he had agreed to take

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into account the soldiers' demands The mutiny, which started

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in the central city of Bouake, spread to army bases in several

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other cities, including The BBC's Alex Duval

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Smith is in Abidjan. There seems to be a complex and

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changing position. Yes, shortly before the president announced the

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meeting was over, that the government would take into account

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the request for pay rises and bonuses that were owed to them, he

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chided them for having used the mutiny to demand a pay rise. Within

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minutes of that, we then heard that the Defence Minister, who had been

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negotiating all day with the mutineers, was being held hostage in

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a house. That seems to be the ongoing situation so on one hand,

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here in Abidjan the president says the mutiny is over and on the other

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hand the man who negotiated with the mutineers is being held hostage,

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apparently against his will. And gunfire was heard when he was taken

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to a house. Is it clear why there is this conflicting set of events going

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on? Is this just about pay and conditions or something else? It

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does seem that it has come down to pay and conditions, yes. It was

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surprising to hear the president say with such conviction that the mutiny

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was over earlier this evening. I had spoken in a few moments before

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hearing that to a soldier who said there is no way we will accept a

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deal through the Defence Minister. We want to meet the President

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himself. So clearly, the mutineers are not all speaking at the same

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voice and it will take a lot of time to get this message through to

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mutineers who have spread across the country in different battalions and

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ranks and from different parts of society. Some of them formal Josh

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Barro former rebels and some of them mainstream soldiers. Thank you very

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much. In Sri Lanka, demonstrators have

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clashed with police over plans to evict thousands of villagers

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and set up a Chinese industrial zone They're angry at being forced

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to leave their land, China says it will invest

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$5 billion in the project around Hambantota port,

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creating around 100,000 new jobs. Our South Asia editor,

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Jill McGivering reports. There was a court ban on protests

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but it did not stop them. Hundreds of opponents to this massive deal

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led by Buddhist monks showed their anger. Some accuse China of acting

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like new colonial power. Many are sceptical about how locals will

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benefit from China's investment and they say and 99 year lease is simply

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too long. TRANSLATION: Because of this agreement people who were born

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and living in this area are losing their land and houses. 15,000 acres

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means 12,000 houses and 35 temples. We want to know where they are

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sending us. They did not seem to spoil the celebration inside. For

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China this is a first step towards its own major manufacturing zone in

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southern Sri Lanka, close to the recently built port which cost

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Beijing more than $1 billion. It was only alone unless Lansdale is a way

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of getting the money back. The Sri Lankan government defends the deal

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and promises to compensate those losing their land. TRANSLATION: We

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are starting a new journey, we're going to create a powerful Sri

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Lanka. Nobody can stop the journey to creating a powerful new Sri Lanka

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which will give a bright future to the young people of this country.

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China has been a significant investor here for years. And that

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seems unlikely to end any time soon. Some sport... Jessica has the

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latest. Manchester United are

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through to the fourth round of the FA Cup in England -

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and it was a special day for

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striker Wayne Rooney. He equalled Sir Bobby Charlton's 44

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year old record of 249 goals for the club, as he contributed

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to his side's 4-0 win over Reading. It is amazing because everybody

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knows that what Sir Bobby means for the history of the club and the

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history of English football. For Wayne Rooney to score the same

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number of goals Manchester United is fantastic. The best they will

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arrive. The team was intense and dynamic, playing well, and

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obviously, as we expected, they are good with the ball so when we gave

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him the chance with the ball, they moved the ball and they created not

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big chances but they created some attacking football. And for a long

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time the game was still open. 2-0. But I am really happy with our

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attitude. Arsenal are also through

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to the fourth round - but they left it late to beat

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Championship side Preston North End. It took until the 89th minute

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for Arsene Wenger's side to find The shock of the day was the defeat

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of Premier League side Bournemouth Bournemouth made 11 changes

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to the side that drew with Arsenal on Tuesday -

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and didn't have a shot All the results are

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on the BBC Sport website. Real Madrid have matched the Spanish

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record for games unbeaten after extending their impressive run

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to 39 matches without defeat with a comfortable five

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nil win over Granada. Ronaldo scored a header,

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after he was handed his Ballon D'or award on the pitch by previous

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winners, before kick off. Karim Benzema also grabbed a goal -

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as Real's relentless run which now stretches back

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to April, rolls on. Real extend their lead at the top

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of the Primera Division, but Barcelona can pull

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to within three points with victory Novak Djokovic delivered the first

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blow of 2017 to Andy Murray as the world number two beat

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the world number one in the final of the Qatar Open,

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to end the Briton's 28 It was the Serb who took

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the opening set, and who served for the match in the second,

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but Murray was able to save three match points and force

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the final into a decider. The match lasted nearly three hours,

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and as both players tired, it was Djokovic who just edged it -

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6-3, 5-7, 6-4 the final score but despite that defeat, Murray

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retains his number one ranking. The two time double Olympic champion

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Sir Mo Farah finished a disappointing seventh

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in the Great Edinburgh International The race was won by

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Amercia's Leonard Korir. It was Farah's first race of 2017,

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and he admitted afterwards his I am definitely a little bit behind.

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The last bit of training has not gone as well as I wanted but this is

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all about the team event and I want to come here and represent my

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country and help the guys. Earlier on, it was all of those things where

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ten days beforehand, what do I do? I did a session and I knew from that

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but it was going to be a hard day. Australia have taken

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their Test Series against Pakistan 3-nil with a comprehensive 220 run

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win in Sydney. Pakistan were bowled out just before

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tea on the final day for 244 chasing 465 runs with Josh Hazlewood

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and Steve O'Keefe both Pakistan's hopes of holding out

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for a draw disappeared with the dismissals of Azhar Ali

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and Younis Khan before lunch. The image was taken from the most

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powerful telescope that Nasa has orbiting the red planet and if you

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look closely, the redish feature in the centre of the Earth is slowly.

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Pretty small but the image is from a long way away! Chip to the opticians

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beckons for me! That is it from me. -- a trip to the opticians.

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