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Scotland. Northern Ireland having a dry day. Goodbye for now.

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Theresa May's efforts to form a working government -

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a deal, in principle, with Northern Ireland's

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After the poor showing in the general election,

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the first casualties: two of the Prime Minister's

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Its what now for Cuban - US relations as official said Donald

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Trump is to announce a new change in policy towards the country next

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week? Drama at sea - the Queen Mary 2

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cruise liner gets involved in a major rescue after yachts

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are overcome by a storm. The original Caped Crusader Adam

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West, Batman from the 1860s TV series, has died. -- from the 1960s

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TV series. Hello and welcome

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to World News Today. Theresa May's efforts to form

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a working government - despite losing her majority

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in the UK general election - A minor party from Northern Ireland

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is reported to have agreed to help her party get

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their programme through parliament. According to Downing Street,

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they have reached the outline of an agreement with

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the Democratic Unionist Party, or DUP, who are pro-Brexit

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and socially conservative. Earlier, it was announced

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that the prime minister Theresa May's two top advisers had

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resigned, following pressure They've been replaced

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by one of the losing Conservative candidates,

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the former housing Our political correspondent -

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Alex Forsyth reports. They were at the heart of power,

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the Prime Minister's But Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill

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were accused of having too much control over policy and tactics,

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costing Theresa May her majority They're brilliant street fighters

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and terrible political leaders, because what you need at the heart

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of government is a few grey-haired people who have been around

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the block a bit and say "Don't do Mistakes acknowledged

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by Nick Timothy today. Today,

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as the consequences of the campaign sunk in,

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reflection and recrimination, some Tory MPs saying Theresa May had

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to heed calls to change. There were plenty of voices

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in the Conservative Party that reminded her you can't run

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the government like you run the Home Office and there have been

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plenty of calls to make sure that the circle around her was wider

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and more inclusive, to prevent anyone believing that the two

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principal advisers The Prime Minister is under

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pressure from all sides. With no majority, her plans

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for things like grammar schools and social care will be hard

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to get through Parliament. And the Queen's Speech,

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her programme for government, In order to lead a minority

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government, she'll have to balance competing demands on almost every

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front, considering not just the position of the DUP on some

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issues, but that of her own MPs too. In Scotland, there are now 13

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of them, their backing essential to the Prime Minister,

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the party leader here already suggesting a revised

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approach to Brexit. What's clear is that

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the Conservative Party, having failed to win a majority,

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now needs to work with others, again at what it is we hope

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to achieve as we leave the EU and I want to be involved

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in those discussions. The Prime Minister may

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be back in number 10, but in a position far

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from what she'd hoped. She has lost her two most trusted

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aides, she has lost her majority in the House of Commons,

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and the job of leading has Joining me now from central

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London is our political What is your understanding of this

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outline deal done with the DUP? We are told by Downing Street that it

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is what they call a confidence and supply arrangement. That means that

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it stops way short of a formal coalition, where two parties develop

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a joint programme for government. This effectively means that the DUP

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have agreed to back Theresa May when it comes to two Keatings -

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confidence measures, in other words those votes in parliament like the

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Queen's Speech coming up the week after next which, if you lose, then

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you are effectively out. And supply measures, another word for money. So

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things like the Budget. If you can't get a Budget through, you are

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finished as a government. So they have effectively given her the

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ability to survive as a viable government. It's a bit more than

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life but not much more. After that, if Theresa May wants to do anything

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issue by issue, other bits of legislation, be it health or

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education or or security, anything including some of the Brexit

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legislation, it is likely that she will have to get agreement with the

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DUP each time for those pieces. That means that the DUP will have an

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ongoing, continuing permanent influence over the government's

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agenda and what it can and can't do for the foreseeable future. So they

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will be able to leverage their ten MPs out of 650 to exert enormous

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influence, given their numbers. What price do you think Theresa May would

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have had to pay to get this deal done? Apart from the humiliation of

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it, there are a couple of prices she will have to pay. One is that it

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will absolutely narrow her horizon in terms of what she can do, because

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she will have to get that agreement bit by bit. It will also mean she

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has to concede on measures where she will have to compromise with them to

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do certain things. What we don't know at this stage is what the price

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has been for agreeing to do the basic deal. I am sure the DUP will

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have asked for a couple of things in return, probably some money for

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Northern Ireland, infrastructure money. Maybe some guarantees on the

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position of Northern Ireland farmers when it comes to Brexit. Maybe they

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will have asked for the government to commit some sort of soft border

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with the South as a negotiating line when it goes to the EU Brexit

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negotiations. We don't know any of that at the moment, but the DUP

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would be an extraordinary political party if it didn't demand some of

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those things upfront, because this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

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for them to exert some pressure on the nationwide stage. Thank you.

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Let's take a look at some of the other stories making the news.

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Iran's intelligence minister has said that the mastermind

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behind Wednesday's attacks at the parliament and mausoleum

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of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran has been killed.

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The attack on Wednesday killed 17 people.

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The so-called Islamic State group claimed

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which was carried out by suicide bombers and gunmen.

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American-backed rebel fighters in Syria have moved

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into western parts of Raqqa, the de-facto capital

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An alliance of Syrian Arabs and Kurds has been slowly tightening

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its grip around the city for several months.

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They've been helped by US air strikes and took part of the eastern

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But IS is said to have beaten back an attack from the north.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticised the US

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president, Donald Trump, while on a visit to Mexico.

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She said putting up walls would not solve the problem of migration -

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a reference to Mr Trump's repeated promises to build a wall

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Mrs Merkel also backed Mexico's free trade position,

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the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Let's go to the Philippines - where US special forces are helping

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the military there to dislodge militants allied

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to so-called Islamic State in the city of Marawi.

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Philippine troops have struggled to oust the rebels, who took

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The US involvement comes despite months of hostility towards

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Washington by the Philippines president, Rodrigo Duterte.

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More from our Asia-Pacific regional editor, Michael Bristow.

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After nearly three weeks of fighting,

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Until insurgents took over, this lakeside city had

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Most have fled, and now the streets are largely empty.

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The Philippine army is having to battle through every house.

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13 Marines were killed in a 16 hour clash with rebels on Friday.

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Government soldiers are now, though, getting some help

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from a long-standing ally, the United States.

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To invite them in represents a change of heart by the Philippine

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leader Rodrigo Duterte, who's spent most of his presidency

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According to an Army spokesman, US troops are not

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fighting on the street, but providing technical support.

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The presence of the US counterparts facilitates

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the exchanges of intelligence, facilitates subject matter

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expert exchanges, and also provides training exchanges.

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Despite government bombardment, the mounting insurgents have

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managed to hold out, even though there were unconfirmed

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reports that the two brothers who lead them have been killed.

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Government deadlines for retaking the city have all come and gone.

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Hundreds of civilians are still trapped.

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The militants hiding in bunkers and tunnels

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Even with American help, the battle to recapture this

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It's been revealed that the ringleader

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had tried to hire a seven and a half tonne lorry, instead of a van,

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Police say the number of injured would have been much higher.

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Eight people died in the knife and van attack almost

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Here's our Home Affairs Correspondent, Daniel Sandford.

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On the edges of Borough Market, they were repairing the damage

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today, replacing the doors that had been shot off by armed police

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in the desperate hunt to find the killers.

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The police are gone, but the market where five

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victims were stabbed to death remains sealed off.

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We have stories of people who came out armed with chairs, other items,

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were throwing bottles and anything they could get their hands

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on with a view to try to prevent the attackers coming into pubs

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and bars but more importantly, to scare them off to stop other

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The weapons the attackers used were 12-inch pink ceramic knives

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of the Ernesto brand, possibly bought at Lidl.

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They were found tied onto the men's hands with leather straps

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Minutes earlier, they had killed three other people on London Bridge

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In the van, police found 13 petrol bombs made with lighter fluid

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and cloth cut from tracksuit bottoms and two blowtorches.

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Detectives believe behind this green door in East Ham

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In a top floor bedsit rented by Rachid Redouane two months ago,

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detectives discovered items that had been used to make their petrol bombs

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And an English-language copy of the Koran left open at a page

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The ringleader of the gang, Khuram Butt, had tried

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tonne truck that morning which would have made the attack

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worse, but fortunately, his payment did not go through.

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He was also being investigated by counterterrorism detectives

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for fraud and was still on police bail, although the case

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At the present time, I do not regard what I have seen

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But everybody would expect us to look at what has happened

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and to ensure we learn whatever we can from what has happened

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and secondly, that we continue to improve and improve

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always done in this country in the face

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The men killed three of their victims as they drove

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across London Bridge and stabbed five more to death

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It was the third attack on Britain in ten and a half weeks.

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The Ethiopian government and humanitarian agencies say

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emergency food aid for nearly 8 million people affected

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by drought will run out at the end of the month.

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The drought has been blamed on a succession of failed rains.

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Other parts of the Horn of Africa are also affected by drought.

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John Graham, the country director for Save the Children,

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The government has been doing its best to fill in the gap, that it's

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not a rich government. It is still a poor government, but they are doing

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their best. But I really think we have a responsibility as an

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international community to step in. Some of the other emergencies around

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the world are deservedly getting attention, like Somalia and Yemen.

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But what we have in Somalia is a large number of people, more than 8

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million, almost larger than any other country affected, with no

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resources because we are not getting attention. The basic food ration is

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not coming in insufficient amounts. Now we are looking at the food

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pipeline braking. The food is running out in about a month. After

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that, we don't know what is going to happen. Without that basic food, you

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have the problem of falling into severe malnutrition because people

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are not getting food. These children will become malnourished and that is

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a very dangerous situation. Stay with us on BBC

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World News, still to come... the tournament's first unseeded

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champion for more than 80 years. As Theresa May tries to form a

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working government, Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists have

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agreed to support the Prime Minister.

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Two top aides to Mrs May have resigned following pressure from

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Conservative MPs in the wake of the poor election results.

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Officials in the US say President Trump is expected

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to announce a change in policy towards Cuba during a speech

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when he visits Miami at the end of next week.

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Our correspondent in Havana is Will Grant.

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We don't know the fine detail, but the expectation is that this

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will be a rollback, or at least a partial rollback of one

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of President Obama's key legacies, which is the warming

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We expect to see, for example, some kind of partial reverse

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of the relaxation of travel restrictions which has

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done so much to allow US citizens to come to Cuba,

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opening the doors of Cuba to Americans who were not

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able to visit the island for so many decades.

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Obviously, there is still a US economic embargo in place on Cuba,

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so it's not like there are huge amounts of trade already,

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but what there is may now find it very difficult,

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because we're expecting President Trump to say that US

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entities cannot work with the Cuban state, specifically

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the commercial and tourism wings of the Cuban military.

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And given that they are so ubiquitous to the Cuban economy,

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Sailors taking part in a transatlantic race have been

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involved in a dramatic rescue halfway across the ocean.

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A number of yachts put out mayday calls last night

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after what organisers described as once in a lifetime storms.

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A passenger cruise ship was among boats that were drafted

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We have a competitor, Mervyn Wheatley, who has done

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He was rescued by the Queen Mary, who was diverted to the

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We have another boat from Hungary which was sunk.

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We don't know the full reasons for that.

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We have a yacht from Holland called Happy.

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So over the 36 hours, five boats were seriously affected.

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Three boats sunk and two boats retired.

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But everybody is well, safe and presently recovered.

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We had emergency beacons going off. 60 or 70 knots of wind were

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reported. Those conditions are pretty intense. The reaction to that

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is from the Halifax coastguard. They immediately look at the information.

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They try and contact the vessels, and then they put in place ship

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support and air cover to see what is going on in the fleet.

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The World Cup qualifier between Scotland and England

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A match that had been largely forgettable for 70 minutes

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then burst into life in the closing stages.

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It was substitute Alex Oxlade Chamberlain who put England ahead.

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But the match swung back in Scotland's favour due

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to Leigh Griffiths, who scored two goals -

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to put the home side within touching distance of a first win over England

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Then Harry Kane scored in the third minute of stoppage time to break

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Scottish hearts and maintain England's unbeaten

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Before the game, we obviously wanted to win the game. But the way the

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game panned out in the end, Scotland were scoring two goals late on. We

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had four minutes left in stoppage time to get anything. So we have

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come away fairly happy with it. It puts us in a good position to

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qualify for the World Cup. The unseeded 20 year-old

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Latvian Jelena Ostapenko has beaten Romania's Simona Halep

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in the French Open final. Ostapenko, who had never even won

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a tour title before today, lost the first set, but produced

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a remarkable comeback She is the first unseeded woman

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to win at Roland Garros since 1933. I was losing and then in my mind I

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was like, OK, I'm just going to enjoy the match and trite to the

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last point. I still cannot believe it because it was my dream and now

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it came true. I think I will only understand that in maybe a couple of

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days or a couple of weeks. England again underlined

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their status as tournament favourites as they knocked Australia

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out of the ICC Champions Trophy England - who had already qualified

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for the semi finals - were set a target of

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278 for victory. Both of Australia's previous matches

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were washouts and they needed a win to stand any chance

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of qualifying for the last four. again affected by rain,

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England were comfortable winners Lewis Hamilton has equalled

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Ayrton Senna's total of 65 pole positions ahead

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of the Canadian Grand Prix. And the Briton did it in style,

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clocking the quickest qualifying lap He was a third of a second

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clear of championship After the qualifying session,

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Senna's family presented Hamilton with one of Senna's helmets

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to mark the achievement. Late on Saturday evening local time,

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Usain Bolt will run his last competitive race in his

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home country Jamaica. The 100 metre event is being called

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a "Salute to a Legend". Bolt is going to retire

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from athletics after this year's Just a warning - there's some flash

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photography coming up 15 years ago, 15-year-old Usain Bolt

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made history here in the national stadium in Kingston when he became

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the youngest athlete to win a world junior title. He would go on to

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become an icon of the sport and the face of the sport, breaking world

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records and winning numerous world and Olympic titles. But he has

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always maintained that winning gold here in 2002 as a junior is one of

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the highlights of his career because of the pressure of competing in

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front of a home crowd. So it is perhaps fitting that the final race

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on Jamaican soil should be here on the track where he shot to

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prominence. It will be a great reception. I am home and the amount

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of people calling me to get tickets... ! I know the stadium is

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going to be full, I know it will be high energy and I know it is going

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to be one big party. It will be emotional, but I am looking forward

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to it. Usain Bolt also spoke about the warm bond he shares with his

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coach, the man who helped guide his career. Glen Mills tends to stay out

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of the limelight, but I did catch up with him and he told me he believes

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that Bolt could have gone for a few more years, but he respects his

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decision to retire. Physically, yes, he is only 30. But for 12 years, he

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has achieved at the highest level. It takes a lot out of you and

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mentally, if he feels it is time for him to retire, I support it

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wholeheartedly. If that is where he has reached now, he has more than

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earned it. Bolt rule race over 100 metres. There will also be a number

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of Olympic medallist in action, the likes of Mo Farah and David Rudisha.

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On a night when the nation celebrity career and achievements of Usain

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Bolt. Good luck to him.

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Adam West, star of the 1960s hit TV series Batman, has died.

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His family said he had been suffering from leukaemia.

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Although Batman ran for just two years, repeats of the show

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made Adam West an icon, and his career after

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Batman often saw him play characters based on himself.

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It is said to be brighter and warmer tomorrow. The overall story is for

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sunny spells at some point, but the rain is still around. The rain we

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have seen to finish the day across the Midlands and parts of south-east

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England works its way towards the south-east. Light and patchy by the

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morning. Away from that, we will see showers across Northern Ireland and

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parts of central and western Scotland. The temperatures will be

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holding up, given the breeze. It will be a muggy night. In the

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morning, the showers become more widespread across Scotland and

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Northern Ireland. Not everyone will see showers to start the day. One or

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two may avoid the showers, but it will become harder to avoid them in

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the afternoon. Much of England and the south-west, compared to what you

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saw today, a much brighter start. A bit of a breeze, one or two showers,

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but a great start to the day for the Midlands. Cloud in the south-east

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will break up. Elsewhere, showers become heavy with and thunder in

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Scotland and Northern Ireland, and showers become more abundant across

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the Midlands, Wales and the south-west. Some areas will avoid

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them altogether. It should still feel pleasant in the breeze. We

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finished today with those showers across Scotland, Northern Ireland

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and northern England. The further south and east you are, you should

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go into Monday on a drying out, but it will be a fresh start compared

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with Sunday morning. For the Monday morning rush-hour across parts of

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Scotland, the central belt could see winds gusting at 50 miles an hour.

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The showers are not as plentiful on Monday. Northern Ireland will avoid

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most of them. Further south and east, you should stay dry. Sunny

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spells. Temperatures will be down on what we saw through Saturday.

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Through the rest of the week, high pressure builds from the south. We

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will see a few bits of rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland, but

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temperatures will be on the up from mid week onwards and with it across

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southern parts of the country, lots of sunshine.

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