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Hello and welcome, this is BBC World News Today

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Nearly seven months after the vote to leave the EU,

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Britain's Prime Minister sets out what she wants Brexit to look like.

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Britain will leave the single market with Theresa May dismissing the idea

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of any deal which would leave Britain half in, half out.

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What I am proposing cannot mean membership of the single market.

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The EU has responded, saying it is ready to start exit negotiations as

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soon as the UK is. Arrested in Istanbul -

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the main suspect in the nightclub massacre which killed 39 is reported

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to have confessed to the attack. And President Putin calls those

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behind allegations of a Russian dossier on Donald Trump "Worse than

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prostitutes." After months, finally today some

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clarity on what the UK Theresa May set out

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12 key objectives for The UK will leave the single

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market, but seek a free The British Prime Minister

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said she hoped that a deal could be done in two years -

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but warned the remaining 27 countries that she would walk away

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from talks, rather than accept In response, the European

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Parliament's Brexit negotiator said it was an "illusion" to

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think that Britain could enjoy the advantages of the single market

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without its obligations. It was billed as the most important

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speech of her term in office. It was certainly the clearest exposition

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yet of what Britain wants from Brexit.

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Not partial membership of the European Union, associate membership

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of the European Union, or anything that leaves us half in, half right.

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I want to be clear. What I am proposing cannot mean membership of

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the single market. But, she said, Britain would push

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for the freest possible trade with European countries and other nations

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around the world. For the first time, Mrs May confirmed that the

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British parliament would get to vote on the final deal at the end of the

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negotiations. Sitting in the audience of the ambassadors to the

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UK. Mrs Mae emphasised she didn't want to undermine the EU, but she

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also warned against those who wanted to see the UK punished for voting to

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leave. While I am sure a positive agreement

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can be reached, I'm equally clear that no deal for Britain is better

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than a bad deal for Britain. The opposition Labour Party said

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that Mrs Mae wanted to leave the single market, yet still have access

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to it. That, they said, was like having your cake and eating it. And

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they warned against her negotiating position.

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Throughout the speech there seem to be an implied threat that somewhere

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along the line if all her optimism of a deal with the European Union

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didn't work, we would move into a low tax, corporate taxation bargain

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basement economy on the shores of Europe.

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And that implication of a warning was picked up by the European

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Parliament's chief negotiator on Brexit.

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I don't think we're going to make a lot of progress if this has to

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happen. Saying, OK, if our European counterparts don't accept it, we're

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going to make from Britain if free zone or tax haven? I don't think

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that is very helpful. It creates an illusion. The illusion that you can

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go out of the single market, that you can go out of the union, and

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that you can't cherry pick. But you can have still a number of

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advantages. -- that you can cherry pick. I think this will not happen.

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The German Foreign Minister said at least the British position was now

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much clearer. A sentiment echoed in the Irish parliament.

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I welcomed the statement today in that it brings clarity in a number

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of areas. This is the start of the process now. Europe is now going to

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have to respond to the statement made by the Prime Minister today.

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And that response is only just beginning. The tough negotiations

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will take many years. Sylvie Goulard is Member of

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the European Parliament from France. She favours close ties. We know you

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have to going vote shortly so we appreciate your time. First, what do

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you make of what you've heard today? Mrs Mae tries to be friendly, but I

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observed two things. First of all, there is a threat not to have a

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deal, which would mean 50-60 billion and paid for the European Union. We

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have to be aware of that. And the second thing is that of course I

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wonder if she realises that the single market was the greatest

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achievement of the UK in the EU. And also to be half in, half out was

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never offered. It was always the thing the British diplomats wanted

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to achieve in Europe. So it's just a big shift in the position of the UK

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compared with the past. I'm a little bit surprised that people call this

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clarity. Given what you say, and what other people there in the EU

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will be thinking, how near to achieving what Theresa May has said

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today - do you think people will how achievable if it? If you want to

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achieve leaving the single market with no customs union and

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recognising the restrictions of the Court of Justice, to a certain

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extent it will be quick because we did not intend to give half

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membership. But on the other hand, I wonder if one day people will not

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wake up in the UK and realise the price to pay for it. Of course you

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can do this, but how much are you ready to pay for that? And it not

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something that is so easy. Once again, there is something missing in

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Theresa May's speech which is that the UK should be responsible for all

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the credit, the guarantees of the credit benefited in the UK from the

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European investment bank. We are ready to continue, but then the

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guarantee should be in the hands of the UK, or they have to pay the

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bill. On this, she said nothing. So when Theresa May says that no deal

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for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain, do you believe

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her? Do you believe that Britain needs the EU less than the EU needs

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Britain? No, I don't. We are all interdependent. We know that the

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beginning of the negotiations, people are bluffing a little bit.

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But once again I cannot imagine that the UK is leaving the EU with no

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deal and at the same time we remain close partners in Nato and for

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intelligence and fighting against terrorists. Let's be very serious on

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that. There is a common threat for the Western world. We have to be

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very close. It requires that we are reasonable on the other side. I

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don't know why you would necessarily connect the single market idea with

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cooperation and collaboration against the terrorist threat, why

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those should be linked. This is all one common cause, surely? I agree

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with you from a logical point of view, but from a political point of

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view no deal would mean I insist -- no deal would mean billions of

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unpaid commitment from the partners. I'm not sure it's the best they do

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have a friendly relationship in the future and I cannot imagine that the

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UK is not going to respect the previous commitments. Of course, I'm

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not talking about the future. Giving of these reservations which many

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others may share, how did you expect this divorce -- how long do you

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expect this divorce process to take? According to the treaty we only have

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two years to negotiate, sign and ratify on both sides, which is very

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short. This is for the divorce agreement. To rebuild a new

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relationship, above all if this is a full-fledged trade agreement, it

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will require years. The former ambassador to the UK said it was a

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matter of fact. He was criticised in the UK, but the experience of all

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trade deals we have made in the past confirmed that it will take years.

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We appreciate your time and we will let you go back into the chamber and

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cast your vote. Thank you very much for joining us there.

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Let's speak to our Political Correspondent, Rob Watson.

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How close do you think we are to clarity on what might happen with

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Brexit? I think we're closer to clarity on what Theresa May would

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like, and if you strip away a lot of the rhetoric from the speech, it

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comes down to this - Theresa May is essentially saying that Britain

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would like all the things that it likes about the European, such as

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free trade, cooperation over security and law enforcement, and

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that it doesn't want any of the things that it doesn't like, such as

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being part of a supranational political entity like the European

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Union, paying money into it and having the freedom of movement. That

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raises two huge questions - what will be the EU 27 make of that

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position? Are they prepared to meet her all the way, half the way, some

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of the way. And I think crucially what will the international banks,

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International businesses, the vast majority of whom were very mixed

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against Brexit, what will they make of what Theresa May has said today?

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I think she's made it clear what she wants. The question is, can it work?

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We had this from Theresa May that she is prepared to walk away with

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nothing. What would that actually look like, walking out of the

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negotiations? Well, of course, what her opponents say is that would be

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pretty catastrophic if it really came to it because it would mean

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instead of free trade, absolutely borderless trade with the current

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single market of 500 million customers, you would have to operate

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on the basis of tariffs. Of course, there's no doubt that the Prime

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Minister wants to avoid that. But I think she also felt that it was

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important and that unlike David Cameron she should be prepared to be

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seen to be willing to walk away from the deal. I think for those who

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thought maybe it would be a soft Brexit, it's pretty clear that she

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really does mean a clean break with the European Union and what she

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wants to put in its place is essentially a trade relationship and

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one of cooperation over issues and diplomacy -- issues of diplomacy and

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Security. Box of the timescale might we be talking about realistically?

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Theresa May wants to get this process is underway in two years. In

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other words, to have the shape of the deal done. Then she is allowed

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for the possibility of a transition period. In other words she reaches

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an agreement with some form of free trade and custom arrangement between

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Britain and the European Union. But it doesn't come into force

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immediately to enable businesses and border guards and whatever to adjust

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to it. But I think really to step back from all this, there has been a

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truly dramatic day. There's no doubt about this. It feels like a page has

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been turned in the extraordinarily long and sometimes complex history

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between Britain and continental Europe. The real test is going to be

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how does the British economy perform? I think while it's

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perfectly true that Theresa May is unassailably political in this

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country, she remains fairly popular with the voters, the real test will

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be is going to work out economic? Rob Watson, thanks very much.

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Nigeria's military says a fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram

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extremists has mistakenly bombed civilians, killing more than 100

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It's thought that three of the kidnapped Chibok girls

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With me if our correspondent. What details are emerging? First, we

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understand from a statement released by MSF that 52 people were killed.

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About 120 others were injured. It was a camp for internally displaced

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people close to the border with Cameroon, but in Nigeria in Borno

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state. According to the MSF, they're saying that six of the staff from

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medicine. Frontier were killed in the bombing. The Nigerian military

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are talking to each other. First they said it was a mistake. They had

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had information that Boko Haram militants were gathering in the

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area. Based on the information they got, they bombed the place.

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Unfortunately, they discovered that it was killing civilian people, not

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Boko Haram people. The President of Nigeria has also expressed concern

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and save it was a regrettable operation and a mistake. But the

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Army have said it is the first time that this mistake has occurred in

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the operations in claim to clear the Easter blocker Ha-ram militants.

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Thank you very much for the update. Turkey says a man arrested

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in Istanbul last night has admitted carrying out the nightclub

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attack on New Year's Eve, The suspect has been named

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as Abdulkadir Masharipov, a 34-year old from Uzbekistan

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who was allegedly Two guns, two drones and 200,000 US

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dollars were also seized. A late-night raid to catch

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Turkey's most wanted. Police swooped on an Istanbul suburb

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after a massive manhunt, Abdulkadir Masharipov, a 34-year-old

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Uzbek who police say has confessed On the run for over two weeks,

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he was found in an apartment in a western suburb of Istanbul,

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detained with four others. The city's governor said

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the gunman had entered Turkey illegally a year ago,

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spoke four languages Adding that he clearly

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acted on behalf of the Questions now will focus on any

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accomplices he may have had, If he talks, he could

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lead police to others. The New Year's Eve attack

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was swift and deadly. It took just seven minutes

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for him to shoot his way into Istanbul's Reina nightclub,

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firing 180 bullets inside. Most of the 39 people

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killed were Arab tourists. Others jumped into the

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freezing river to escape. Capturing the man who brought

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horror to this nightclub will be a huge relief,

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and could be a valuable asset. It's the first time the authorities

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have caught alive an IS suspect But the real challenge now

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is how to secure Turkey, to step up intelligence and halt

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the wave of terror that has Now a look at some of

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the day's other news. An inquest has heard how concerns

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over security at a Tunisian holiday resort, where 30 Britons were killed

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by an Islamist gunman in June 2015, were raised six months before

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the attack took place. A report in January 2015 for the UK

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Government suggested there was a low standard of protection at some hotel

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entrances in the area of Sousse. There has been yet more unrest

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in Brazil's prisons. 26 people are now confirmed to have

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died in rioting at the weekend, while a new uprising has been

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taking place in the northeast President Michel Temer has

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said his country will aim to build at least 30 new facilities this year

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in an effort to stop overcrowding - one of the major

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causes of the riots. The search for in airliner vanished

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three years ago with 239 people on board has been called off. An

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underwater search for debris has failed to discover a significant

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amount of wreckage. The families of those on board said the decision to

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stop searching is irresponsible. The plane disappeared on its way from Q1

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and to Beijing after turning off course. -- from Kuala Lumper.

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Vladimir Putin has dismissed allegations that Russia had gathered

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compromising material on Donald Trump as total nonsense.

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The Russian president said the leaked information

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which appeared last week in the US media was an obvious fake.

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TRANSLATION: First of all, he's a grown-up man. And secondly, he's a

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person who has been organising beauty contest for many years. He

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communicated with the most beautiful women in the world. You know, I can

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hardly imagine that he went to the hotel to meet with our girls of

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reduced social response putting. Undoubtedly, my girls of the best in

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the world, of course. But I doubt Mr Trump took this bait. And people who

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order such things, which are now being spread against the new

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President of the United States, they fabricate them and use them in the

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political race. There were some prostitutes. They didn't have any

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moral limits. One of Donald Trump's closest

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advisers has told the BBC that the US would win

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a trade war with China. Antony Scaramucci added

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that the current trade relationship was more favourable

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to China than the US. But in one town in America's

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rustbelt, it's a company with roots in China that's

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actually creating jobs. This is Donald Trump's America now.

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Ohio, like so many small towns across the nation, he won here with

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a promise to bring jobs. Somewhat surprisingly the factory down the

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road is run by a company with its headquarters in China. Fuyao has

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moved into a plant General Motors closed down, making windshield but

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cars once bowled off the assembly line. This Ohio factory floor,

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Donald Trump's anti-globalisation campaign rhetoric meets the reality.

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This Chinese managed company is determined to become the biggest

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manufacturer of car windshields in the world. Our goal is to become

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number one. To be able to achieve our goal,

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obviously you have to combine all the resorts, manpower. I believe we

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have to have two feet. One in China, one in the US. Fuyao is putting its

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money where its mouth is, investing millions of dollars in the plant.

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More than 2000 jobs have been created locally. Scott used to work

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the General Motors and he is still grappling with the cultural

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differences of Siam we have to find common ground on what our goals and

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standards. There are things you don't

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necessarily see or hear as you would in an established American company.

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For Tonya, who saw the community suffer when the GM plant close, it

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doesn't matter that Fuyao is playing people less. I believe the wages

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will go up once that more profitable. Those profits will be

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shared with our associates. Experts say this is the future. Chinese

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expansion into the US market. This is a country which has rapidly been

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increasing its manufacturing exports to the United States. It tried to

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move from being just an assembly plant to getting involved in the

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distribution system, getting close to the customers. The question is

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can they penetrate deeper into the American market? However Donald

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Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. His

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rhetoric against China is heated. Jeff says not worried we don't

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really talk about politics. We talk about the family, local people in

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the US and China. This is why we try to follow what is called the

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American dream. The American dream has taken a hit at the local tavern

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weather is nostalgia for the GM days when business was brisk. I would

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have people around the bar. Two of the waitresses working. Now just one

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person works during the day. It's very slow. Tammy's regulars say

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thanks to, things are picking up. My son's working there. He's building

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the catwalks and stuff inside the play. A lot of my friends work there

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and they're doing good. Trump supporters around this, and across

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the nation, hope the next President will bring business back to their

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communities. They may be surprised that China is now creating

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manufacturing jobs, but a Pajic is better than none. -- but a

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paycheque. Winner Donald Trump is a prolific

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user of Twitter. One of his messages was posted about his daughter,

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Ivanka, but what a difference a space makes. Because of a simple

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typing error, he directed people to hear - the Twitter feed of a

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different Ivanka. This one lives in Brighton on the south coast of the

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UK. The mistake went viral. We cannot speak to Ivanka Majic, who

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joins us from Brighton. -- we can now speak. Tell us what happens when

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you realise to the next President of the United States had mentioned you

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in a tweet. I woke up to find that my husband had received a text

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message asking me to appear on ITV news. In relation to this tweet. So

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I quickly went downstairs to find my phone and to find that my

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notifications had gone beyond being able to be counted. So, yes, it has

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been quite a surreal day. Not quite what I expected and not what I had

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planned, but there you go. What did you then do? You don't particularly

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share the same politics is Donald Trump - you're involved in the

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Labour Party that you decided to give him some advice. Well, I

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thought it's one of those moments in life where you have an opportunity

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to say something but some people may read or listen to. You're right, my

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politics couldn't be further from Donald Trump's. However, I thought

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climate change is something that everybody could agree with and is a

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big problem and a big concern, regardless of their position on the

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political spectrum. So I thought, well, if I find something, if I

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quickly search for an article that has a good info graphic, if it's

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going to get picked by should have something that looks good is

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informative. And I went with my climate change tweet. You said he

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should spend less time and twitter and more time learning about climate

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change. I nearly said less time on Twitter, but then as my sister

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pointed out, you know, that's where the action was so to advise him to

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not spend time and twitter would be a bit counterintuitive in this

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situation. So we went for more care and twitter, rather than less time.

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Did you get any response from him or was this just response from

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everybody else now watching the conversation? There's been lots of

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response, but non-that I've noticed from Donald Trump. But I would

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hardly expect a man with his impending job to have time to

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respond to my tweet. It's not the first time you'd be mixed up in

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social media terms with Ivanka Trump. It is not, no. It's been

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happening for quite a while. I've been on Twitter for quite a while.

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I'm a little older than Ivanka Trump so I got there first and I picked up

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my handle, which is the common Slavic name. When I set up the

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account I didn't even think there would be a time when Ivanka Trump's

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father would be running for President so I went with my name and

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here we are. Over the last few years there is many times when I've been

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confused with Ivanka Trump. Like Mr Trump himself, people often put

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space in and then things end up on my feet. She is not the only person

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I get confused with. There is also a Hungarian concrete design. How many

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followers did you gain in the last? Something like 6000. Thank you very

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much Ivanka Majic from Brighton. We appreciate your time.

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Don't forget you can get in touch with me and some

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of the team on Twitter - I'm @KarinBBC.

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For now from me and the rest of the team, goodbye.

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Whilst there is no great rush to change the weather across the

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British Isles at the moment, there was variety on a theme of cloudy and

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mild. One of the major exceptions to that particular rule comes in the

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shape of the weather that prevailing at the moment across the

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south-eastern quarter of the

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