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This is BBC World News, our top stories. The US and Russian

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presidents meet face-to-face for the first time. Donald Trump says it's

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an honour to meet Vladimir Putin, their talks at the G20 summit went

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on four hours. We look forward to a lot of positive things happening.

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With Russia, the United States, and for everyone concerned. With clashes

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outside of the meeting, Angela Merkel called the protest

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unacceptable. In other news, the agonising legal battle over the

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future of the terminally ill British baby, Charlie Gard, has taken a new

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turn. Also in the programme, stretched to the limit. Wild number

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one Andy Murray wins a titanic struggle against Fabio Fognini at

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Wimbledon. Hello, and welcome to BBC World News

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Today. It has finally happened, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have

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met for the first time, shaking hands at the G20 summit in Hamburg.

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Donald Trump called it an honour, the Russian president said he was

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delighted to discuss things personally. In the last few hours we

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have heard that they agreed a ceasefire in south-western Syria,

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which will come an effect on Sunday. But a discussion on Russian meddling

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in US elections last year is reported to be robust.

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The BBC's North American editor Jon Sopel reports.

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It's hard to overstate the significance of this

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Two men with nuclear arsenals who could blow the world to pieces.

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Two self-proclaimed tough guys who like to win.

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But today at their first face-to-face meeting,

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they were the epitome of restraint and respect.

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Thank you very much, we appreciate it.

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President Putin and I have been discussing various things

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We've had some very, very good talks.

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We are going to talk now and that will continue but we look

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forward to a lot of great, positive things happening

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for Russia, for the United States and for everybody concerned.

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And for his part, Vladimir Putin said, "I am delighted to be able

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to meet you personally, Mr President, and hope,

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as you have said, our meeting will yield positive results".

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But there's a cloud - did Vladimir Putin's interference

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in the presidential election deliver victory to Donald Trump?

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US intelligence agencies have no doubt that Russian

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hacking did take place, and it must have been sanctioned

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by President Putin and was designed to help the Trump campaign.

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The American President, though, insists he won fair and square.

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And then there are the policy differences.

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Trump accused Russia of destabilising Ukraine

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Putin wants sanctions against Russia lifted.

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Trump wants to work with Russia in Syria to help defeat

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so-called Islamic State, but not while Russia is working

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And then there's the family photo, with President Trump in the strange

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But forget any headline of, "President marginalised",

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it seemed there was no shortage of leaders wanting to bend his ear.

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Two big topics - one trade, the other, climate change.

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I was clear to President Trump at how disappointed the UK

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was that the United States have decided to pull out

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And also clear that I hoped they would be able

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to find a way to come back into the Paris Agreement.

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I think that's important for us globally.

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We're not renegotiating the Paris Agreement - that stays -

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but I want to see the United States looking for ways to rejoin.

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Climate change is one of the many issues of concern to the thousands

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of protesters seeking to disrupt the summit.

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Though forget global warming, some were getting

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We're not entirely clear how effective the umbrellas were.

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But there have been ugly scenes of vandalism

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Such has been a concern over security that the First

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Lady Melania Trump was ordered to stay put in her guest house

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Hamburg memorable, then, for who she didn't

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What should we make of this historic meeting between the US and Russian

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presidents? We will be live in Washington but first Tara Raynsford

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is in Moscow. Both commenting on those talks, Russia and the

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Secretary of State. They were both talking about constructive

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conversations, Sergei Lavrov saying it was a constructive atmosphere,

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they talked about many things. They talked about Syria, the Ukraine,

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about cyber security. This is where it got interesting. Sergei Lavrov

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went on to say that Donald Trump raised the issue of allegations of

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Russian meddling in the US elections. He went on to say,

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according to the Russian side, he had multiple times from President

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Putin that the allegations were untrue and there was no proof of

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that, and Donald Trump apparently accepted these statements. We then

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heard from Rex Tillerson, the US Secretary of State, he gave a rather

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different picture, talking of robust talks, he said Donald Trump raised

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the issue of Russian meddling, he pressed Vladimir Putin on it and

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Vladimir Putin denied it. Slightly different from the two sides,

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Russia's standing its ground and apparently Donald Trump accepted

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that Russia was not going to admit to it, and according to Russia,

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Donald Trump apparently accepts that Russia was not involved. Sarah

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Raynsford in Moscow there. Let's get the view from the USA. Barbara Platt

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Usher joins us live from Washington. We had two different views there,

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Sergei Lavrov insisting that President Trump has accepted

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President Putin's denials. What do we make of any of this? Well, Rex

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Tillerson talked about how there were two views on what happened and

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how they would never agree on it, really. I think you are hearing

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public statements about the fact that those two views have not been

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agreed on. Rex Tillerson tried to say, look, we raised it, Mr Trump

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pressed him on it but we will move forward, because this will be a

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different story from both sides, so we will move on to the future. We

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are setting up a forum on cyber security and will try and work more

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closely on this in future, preventing this kind of thing from

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happening. I think the question to ask is, what will people in

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Washington be hearing? Rex Tillerson saying we pressed on, let's move on,

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or Sergei Lavrov saying that Trump admitted that Putin was not

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responsible, I expect they will hear the latter. And in terms of the

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Washington perspective, do they think that they have been

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successful? It is difficult to breathe this. It's a difficult call,

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actually. Let's look at the body language. There has been some

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discussion on Twitter and so one about the body language. Many people

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said that actually, Vladimir Putin had the dominant position. They make

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a big deal out of the fact that Mr Trump was slouching forward and out

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reaching his hand, for Vladimir Putin to take it. One person said it

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looked like he was reporting to the school principal. I think we will

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hear a lot on that. The fact that Mr Trump raised the issue of Russian

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meddling is something the administration will keep mentioning.

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It was thought he made not even raise it -- may not even raise it.

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It was a contentious issue, between the administration and Russia. The

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fact that it is going on, investigations continue with

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Congress and the special prosecutor so that one meeting between Mr Putin

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and Mr Trump will not resolve all of those questions about the

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relationship. A lot to resolve still. Thank you very much. We will

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bring you the latest pictures now from the Hannah Burke streets. As

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you can see, protesters are very much on the streets. They have been

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on the streets of Hamburg and we know earlier we heard 160 police

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officers were hurt, and a German officer fired a warning shot onto

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the streets after being attacked by what German police are describing as

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violent anti-G 20 protesters. These are the latest pictures coming into

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the BBC. Of course we continue to monitor any of the updates that we

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are getting. These protesters are a little bit... Well, we get them a

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lot at these kinds of G20 summits, it's not unusual but is quite

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continuous throughout the day, of course. Quite a lot is happening. My

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colleague, Jenny Hill, has been on the streets of Hamburg throughout

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the day and here's her report. This evening, Hamburg is a city in

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lockdown. We are currently on the eastern side of what police have

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sealed off as a corridor to the other side of the city. Helicopters

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flying overhead. There are three looking up now. Police vans are

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everywhere. That's because security services here have been moving the

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world's leaders from their summit hall where they have been holding

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talks throughout the day, across to the multi-million pound concert hall

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where tonight, they will be listening to a concert. Protesters

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have been determined not to let that happen and in the last hour, we

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heard police using water cannon have disbursed 1000. Them during violent

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scenes in and around the concert hall. There are police officers

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lined up in the background over here. White Helmets are not on at

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the moment, that tells you that they are prepared but nothing imminent

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happening here. This city has witnessed such violence today that

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even at one point, police themselves went to the rather unusual step of

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calling for back-up from other German forces. That is in addition

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to the officers who have come from all over Germany to help out in the

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policing of this summit. To give an idea of how much disruption there's

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been, at one point today, spouses of the G20 world leaders were unable to

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leave their hotels, a planned trip to a climate change centre was

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cancelled because police feared it was simply unsafe for them to get

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there. Instead, a lecture was given in the hotel itself. We know that

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this evening 160 police officers have been injured in the last 24

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hours. Police have made 70 arrests. What is striking I think here is the

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sheer scale, the sheer numbers of demonstrators here who have poured

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into the city for this summit. Jenny Hill on the streets of Hamburg,

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protests taking place today. The summit continues tomorrow so we will

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keep you up-to-date on the website. Now for some of the other main

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stories today. Israel strongly condemned UNESCO for passing a

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resolution brought by the Palestinians to declare a protected

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world Heritage site. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a

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delusional decision. Palestinians alleged that Israel were carrying

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out violations there, where a small community of Jewish settlers live in

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the middle of tens of thousands of Palestinians. The four Arab states

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leading a boycott against Qatar have warned of new measures after Doha

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rejected their demands. In a joint statement they said that Qatar's

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refusal is proof that it wants to destabilise security in the region.

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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain or

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severed ties with Qatar last month. Six people are dead and at least 20

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others are still missing after serious flooding in Japan.

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Torrential rain fell on parts of the country this week, causing rivers to

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burst their banks. Thousands of rescue workers have been sent to the

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area. Stay with us here on BBC News, a lot more still to come, including

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as rap Nadal breezes into the last 16, we have the latest from

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Wimbledon, including the Andy Murray win -- Rafa Nadal. Central London

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has been rocked by a series of terrorist attacks. Police say they

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have been many casualties and there is growing speculation that Al-Qaeda

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was responsible. Germany will be the hosts of the 2006 World Cup, they

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picked the favourites South Africa by a single vote.

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In South Africa, the possibility of losing had neither been

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contemplated. Celebration parties were cancelled. The man entered the

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palace in a downstairs window and ask the Queen for a cigarette in her

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bedroom. On the pretext of some being brought, a footman on duty

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took the man away. One child. One teacher. One book.

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And one pen. They can change the world. Education is the only

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solution. APPLAUSE STUDIO: Hello, you are watching BBC

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World News. The main headlines for you: as

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Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meet for the first time, the United

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States and Russia broker a ceasefire in south-western Syria.

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Tents on the streets outside of the meeting, German police say 160

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officers have been injured in clashes with demonstrators.

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The agonising legal battle over the future of the terminally ill British

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baby Charlie Gard has taken a new turn.

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The London hospital where Charlie is being treated has applied for a

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fresh court hearing to assess new evidence about possible treatments

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for him. The courts had ruled the

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11-month-old boy be allowed to die, rather than receive experimental

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therapy. Our medical correspondent Fergus

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Walsh reports. This little boy's life

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and whether it continues has become the focus

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of international attention. Charlie Gard's parents have

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campaigned to keep him alive. They've been in despair after four

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court judgments backed his doctors, who want to switch off his

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ventilator to end his suffering. You know, he's our own flesh

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and blood and we don't We are not bad parents

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and we are there for him all the time, completely

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devoted to him. He isn't in pain and suffering

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and I promise everyone, I would not sit there

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and watch my son in pain and suffer. The reality is, Charlie

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is terminally ill. He also has serious brain

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damage and doctors say But his parents refuse

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to accept that. They've raised ?1.3 million

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for experimental treatment in the United States,

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treatment which doctors But now seven medical experts

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from Rome, New York, Cambridge In a letter to Great

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Ormond Street Hospital, they accept that the treatment

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is experimental and ideally should However, there is insufficient time

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to perform these studies, so reconsideration of treatment

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for Charlie Gard is Euthanasia's illegal.

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Suicide's illegal. How is this legal,

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when there's a chance? We will know in that

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time whether this is There is potential for him to be

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a completely normal boy, but we don't know, because you just

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don't know until you try. It is significant that the letter

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came from a hospital The Pope had already offered

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to transfer Charlie to Rome, and President Trump has tweeted

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he would be delighted Legally, there is nothing preventing

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Great Ormond Street from withdrawing That's been the case

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for the past 11 days, since the European Court

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of Human Rights, like all the UK courts, rejected

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the parents' arguments. But interventions by Donald Trump,

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the Pope, and now a letter claiming new evidence means that doctors

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here don't feel they can Charlie has a rare genetic disorder

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of the mitochondria, It is progressive and has

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devastating consequences. With a serious mutation like this,

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the prognosis is very poor. The mitochondria supply the energy,

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really, for every cell in the body, so the heart, brain,

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they become blind and they It's manifested very early

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and the outcome is death in infancy. Great Ormond Street Hospital's

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position has not changed. But it's now asking the High Court

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to assess the new evidence and make the final decision

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about Charlie's future. Fergus Walsh, BBC News.

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Now, let's get the latest sport news. And Andy Murray has had us on

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the edge of our seats? Hello. Indeed. In the last 30

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minutes, the world number one, defending champion Andy Murray has

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made it through to the fourth round at Wimbledon, on Centre Court taking

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on 28th seed Fabia Fognini earth Italy, he took the first set

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comfortably and was pegged back with Fabia Fognini taking the second 6-4.

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Murray steamed through the third 6-1 but then, Fabia Fognini allowed Andy

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Murray to claw back. The Briton won five straight games to take it 7-5

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and set up a meeting with the world number 46 in the next round. Rafa

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Nadal laid down in marker by beating one of the brightest young players

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in the game comfortably indeed. He came past his opponent and will play

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the Luxembourg opponent Gilles Muller in the next draw. Simona

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Halep and Venus fit Alina went through into the next fourth round,

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with straight set victories. So too did Venus Williams, defeating her

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Japanese opponent in straight sets. Williams is the Number 10 seed and

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faces another teenager for a place in the quarterfinals.

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England will be be the happier side after day two of the first Test

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Having been bowled out for 458, England managed to restrict

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Here's more from our reporter at Lord's, Olly Foster...

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Another brilliant day of Test cricket here. It's day one against

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South Africa which was all about the new England captain, Joe Root who

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resumed on 184 but could only add six more runs to his overnight

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total. England were eventually all out for 458, thanks to 87 from Moeen

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Ali, and Stuart Broad was fantastic as the tale really wagged. He made

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57 and brought up his 50, with actor back sixes. South Africa were ragged

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in the field at times. In reply, Dean Elgar stood firm, and brought

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up his 50. It was two and Stuart Broad, they really did for a

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fantastic partnership for the fifth wicket of 99 with Bavuma and to

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bring, broken by Jimmy Anderson later in the day. South Africa

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needed that. Kagiso Rabada came in as the nightwatchman and they

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resumed on 214-5. Pretty much on the second day. We saw over 300 runs but

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because of Giroud's fantastic knock England have the edge in this first

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test. South Africa's Kagiso Rabada

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has been suspended for Rabada pleaded guilty

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to using "inappropriate language" after dismissing

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Ben Stokes on Thursday. Rabada has also been fined

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15% of his match fee. Some Formula One news -

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and Lewis Hamilton's hopes of reeling in Sebastian Vettel

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with victory at the Austrian Grand The Mercedes driver has been hit

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with a five-place grid penalty He'll be optimistic though

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after being fastest in both And before we go time to tell

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you that it was back to back stage wins at the Tour de France

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for German rider Marcel Kittel who was victorious in a photo finish

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after more than 200 kilometres. Team Sky's Chris Froome still leads

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the overall classification . Thank you. Returning to the G20

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summit, away from main discussions, an unlikely couple have raised a

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money raising initiative to fund education in some of the poorest

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countries. They are the former British Prime Minister and UN

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special envoy Gordon Brown, and the pop star Shakira, of course. They

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spoke to Roz Atkins. This is completely new, we had the global

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fund for health in 2000, then vaccination, and then a climate

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change fund. We need money in global education, and so this is the first

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major initiative to create a fund. $10 billion per year, the equivalent

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of doubling aid to education. We have 800 million children we want to

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help, half of the world's children leave school early without

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qualifications that they need for work. 260 million children today are

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not going to school because they have no school to go to. It is

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different, because it is more urgent than ever. The future of our

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children is in jeopardy unless we do something now. We cannot just press

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pause on the kids and wait until they grow up and we have everything

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figured out for them. They are growing fast. We have to act fast.

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Education around the world is underfunded, especially for middle

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and low income countries. But are these actually donations, or will

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developing countries had to take on substantial debts to develop their

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education systems? I've been working with Shakira on this since 2005, and

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to her credit she's been absolutely consistent in pushing the case for

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education around the world over these last ten years. We have seen

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aid falling over these last ten years, partly because humanitarian

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aid in emergencies for refugees has had to rise. We want to increase

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grants so it isn't just loans to education through the World Bank,

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and the second for lower middle-income countries to give them

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loans but give them loans at low interest rates, or at credit ratings

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that allows them to invest in education. The shortage of money is

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about ?90 billion per year. Without that kind of money, you cannot get

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every child to school by 2030, in primary and secondary education, so

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the money we create will have to be partly grants, partly loans, but

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it's an essential element of making sure we have every child at school.

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You've both been very successful in your chosen careers, I wonder how

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that helps you get the attention of world leaders? You are all here in

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Hamburg with a lot of people competing for that attention.

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145,000 people have signed a petition to take to the G20, to ask

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donor countries to greatly increase the investment in education. But we

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all need to make this a priority, and make this an urgent issue. And

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to make sure that our leaders know what issues are crucial to us, and

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this is one of them. And let me add, girls education and what has been

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championed by the Norwegian Prime Minister last night and Shakira at

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the concert last night that we had, if we do not act on goal's

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education, we cannot end child marriage, labour, trafficking and

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slavery. The best guarantee of taking action on these terrible

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crimes that exist around the world is to make sure that every girl is

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in school. Gordon Brown and Shakira speaking to Roz Atkins. Another

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meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit, President Trump and his

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Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin met for the first time, in brief

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comments to journalists Mr Trump said he was honoured to meet Mr

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Putin and they had very good talks which would continue. He added he

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hopes that they result in positive developments for US Russian

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relations, Mr Putin concurred. Lots more as always on the website. Get

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in touch with me and some of the team on social media, on Twitter.

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For the time being, thank

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