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The US Attorney General comes under more fire from his boss.

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Donald Trump lashes out at Jeff Sessions on Twitter,

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just as the investigations into Russia interfering

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The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard go back to court,

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this time fighting for him to die at home.

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Some researchers have put it to the test, and we'll

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The Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, is being undermined by his boss,

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the President, in the most public way possible - on Twitter.

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And unlike most workplace disputes, this one won't be resolved

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The fate of America's top legal officer hangs in the balance.

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And it's not the only story here in Washington.

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In a short time, we'll find out whether the Senate will move forward

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Well, with so much going on, we're calling in our North America

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So, you can actually feel the tension in the air, can chew, in

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Washington. The president is mounting a public campaign against

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his own Attorney General. Does Jeff Sessions quit Rizzi filed? There's a

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lot of reasons why Jeff Sessions will not want to quit. Firstly,

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stories and the media saying he has no intention of quitting from people

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close to him. Part of that as he gave up effectively a lifetime

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tenure in the Senate to take up this job. He is trying to accomplish a

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lot in his Attorney General's position as far as advancing Donald

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Trump's agenda. He also has friends, not only in the Senate from serving

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there, but in the conservative media. Breitbart, the website, has

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defended him. He has friends in the Republican base. It will be hard to

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pry him away and Donald Trump might still decide to fire him. That is in

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his hands. Reminders, is this happening because the president is

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furious with his Attorney General because he would not reduce him,

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rather did recuse himself from the Russian investigation? Is that what

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this is all about? In a recent weeks, Donald Trump said Donald

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Trump was -- Jeff Sessions was not pursuing an investigation into

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Hillary Clinton. But previously he said he did not want to investigate

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Hillary Clinton any more, Donald Trump, he wanted to put that behind.

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This is incrementally increased in the last few months. Reports in the

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media said that Donald Trump was not happy about the recusal. Donald

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Trump told the New York Times last week that he would not have

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appointed Jeff Sessions if he knew he would recuse himself. He called

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him the legal in that week yesterday. And he said that Jeff

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Sessions was very weak. You see as this investigation into Russia picks

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up an increasing agitation at Donald Trump, lashing out not only Jeff

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Sessions but other people, James Comey, and others. What is gone to

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happen in Washington today in the Senate on health care reform? It is

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looking like there are enough votes to have a vote. We're not sure what

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they will vote on. The original house bill, a Senate bill, straight

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up the pool... They will try to get a point where they are on the floor,

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wrangling over some kind of something, anything to pass. Once

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they get that done, they can negotiate them of the house. There

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is a chance of that but it could be a bare-bones Bill that comes from

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the Senate. As if there weren't enough high

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drama here in Washington, today the House of Representatives

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is due to vote on a bill to It would also prevent

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President Trump from lifting those The bill has already

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gone through the Senate, and if it passes today,

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would go to the President's desk. But the White House has

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sent mixed messages For more on what's at stake,

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I'm joined now by former US State Department official Vali Nasr,

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who's now dean of the Johns Hopkins School

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of Advanced International Studies. us, how much pressure will President

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Trump be under to sign the sanctions bill against Russia if it goes

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through the house? It depends on whether the vote in the house, the

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Senate is veto proof. If so, you may as well do what is press spokesman

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said, except the sanctions and find another way to weaken them down the

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road. But he currently, if he vetoes the bill, there is a lot of

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political pressure and it puts him on a confrontation path with

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Congress on Russian policy. Congress could make it impossible for him to

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do so. What possible argument does the White House have at this point

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against sanctions on Russia, given their interference with the US

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election and behaviour in The White House position is interference in

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the election has not been proven. The president says this is the news.

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He disagrees with his own intelligence agencies that this has

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happened. Secondly, at least not officially, the White House position

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is that they wish to elaborate with Russia and build better

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relationships Andy Tsang Cinzano and obstacle for improvement of

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relations. -- better relationships with Russia. This will make it very

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difficult to work with Moscow. What impact with the sanctions being

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proposed have on Vladimir Putin and his inner circle? Is there much than

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to be upset about? It is a defeat for him. Because he gambled on

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interfering in the US elections to get rid of sanctions. We are seeing

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the meeting with Donald Trump Junior, when it happened, they

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talked about the adoption issue, which is a code word for sanctions.

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The mission of his previous ambassador here was to engage the

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new administration coming in to get rid of sanctions. The reason they

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did not want Hillary Clinton is because they did not see any path

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where they could get rid of sanctions. Their own actions have

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not only made it impossible to remove existing sanctions and this

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is a pretty chic... -- strategic defeat for flooding you put in. What

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you make of the spectacle of the president meeting against his top

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legal officer in the land? The only way to read it is he does not want

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to get his own hands dirty by firing him. You would like to get into goal

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by publicly humiliating him and telling the world that the president

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has no confidence in his Attorney General. The reason is that the

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president would like to use the office of Italy general in a very

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direct way in manipulating and managing the Russian investigation.

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-- the office of the Attorney General. Or any other investigation

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down the road. Essentially, it is either Jeff Sessions goes or stays.

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That is what is being fought on Twitter. Thank you for joining us.

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For weeks, we've watched the agonising case of baby

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Charlie Gard play out in public, and today the terminally ill child's

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Yesterday, the parents abandoned their battle

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to keep Charlie alive, and now they are fighting

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But lawyers for the hospital where Charlie is being treated say

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there are real problems with that proposal.

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A final decision is expected tomorrow.

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Our medical correspondent Fergus Walsh reports.

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The legal battle over this desperately sick boy now centres

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Charlie needs a mechanical ventilator to breathe.

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Yesterday, his parents give up their fight to take him

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to the United States and agreed no more treatment could help him.

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But Charlie's mum, Connie, was back at court this afternoon

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to make it clear she did not want him to die in the intensive

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care unit where he's been since October.

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The parents' lawyer said it was their last wish that

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Charlie dies at home, for a few days of tranquillity

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The hospital says it won't stand in the parents' way and yet,

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Lawyers for the parents said they would pay private nurses

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to take over his care and later seek to recover the costs from the NHS.

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But the court heard there were practical

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issues to be resolved, for example, whether Charlie's

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ventilator would fit through their front door.

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Great Ormond Street Hospital said it wanted to honour the parents' wishes

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but the care plan must be safe and spare Charlie all pain.

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Charlie is a child who requires highly specialised treatment.

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It must be provided in a specialist setting by specialists.

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The dispute over where and how soon Charlie should die

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typifies the utter breakdown in the relationship between

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The judge said this was a matter crying out for mediation.

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Great Ormond Street said it offered that but the parents refused.

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The judge said the parents were entitled to decide

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where they spent the next few days but this should not

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That would be unacceptable as it would simply extend

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This woman lost her son, Guy, when he was five.

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He was profoundly disabled and tube fed.

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She, too, had searched for a cure for his condition.

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They've got to learn to let him go at all sorts of levels.

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Stuff happens and they must not be bitter because it

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What they've got to do is look at all the positive things.

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The hospital has offered a compromise for Charlie to be

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transferred to a hospice, where doctors from Great Ormond

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Street would supervise his palliative care and death

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Charlie's parents said they want days, not hours, and a hospice

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Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has said he will keep up the freeze

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of relations with Israel even after Israel removed metal detectors

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from the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City.

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They'll be replaced with CCTV cameras.

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The new security measures were put in place after two Israeli

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But Palestinians feared that Israel was extending its control

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and days of deadly violence followed.

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Our Middle East correspondent Yolande Knell reports.

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Relative calm restored at the gates to the third holiest site in Islam.

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Palestinian worshippers now hope to enter soon.

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They are waiting for religious authorities to give their view

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after Israel changed its security controls.

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So Israel's removed the metal detectors that were just there.

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Instead, it says it's going to do what it calls "smart checking",

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using more surveillance around the old city.

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It follows over a week of violence and tensions that

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prove that they were not needed for security.

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It was a political measure by Israel to impose on the ground

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Guns were taken inside the al-Aqsa Mosque grounds and used

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to kill two Israeli policemen at the gate.

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When the mosque was re-opened with new metal detectors,

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Palestinians continued praying outside, accusing Israel

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of using security as an excuse to extend its control over the site

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which is also the holiest place for Jews and known as Temple Mount.

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In clashes with Israeli Security Forces, five

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And in this West Bank settlement, a Palestinian stabbed to death three

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Then an Israeli embassy guard killed two Jordanians,

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Jordan is the custodian of Jerusalem's mosques.

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Overnight, amid fears of a wider escalation, the metal detectors

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This came after the US envoys following. Israel announced its

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diplomatic row with Jordan was solved and it agreed new ways of

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securing the site. We are trying to coordinate about the new ways Israel

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is going to be... We have to make sure the balance is made. Tensions

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with the Palestinians appear to be subsiding. But many years after the

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old city of Jerusalem was occupied, recent days have showed how it

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stands at the heart of this conflict.

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Fires raging across the South of France and Corsica

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are being fanned by high temperatures and strong winds.

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Some 2,000 firefighters have been mobilised and dozens of homes

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The BBC's Sophie Long has the latest.

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Firefighters battling a fierce blaze on the holiday island of Corsica.

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It ripped through 900 hectares of forest.

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People left their houses and could do little more than watch

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as the fire came threateningly close to their homes.

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TRANSLATION: We were woken up by the smoke.

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It was stifling, so we stayed in the house,

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the children and my sister-in-law, who is pregnant.

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A combination of heat and high winds are making the fire

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A BBC journalist on the island says people are becoming

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increasingly concerned about their homes and businesses.

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It's still burning, pockets keep lighting up as this wind continues.

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There is a real sense of worry that perhaps they won't be able to get

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this under control and livelihoods and lives could be threatened.

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In Carros in the hills above Nice, planes sprayed water from the air.

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And crews the ground damped down amid the damage.

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TRANSLATION: We were up to 70 hectares of fire.

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The particularity of this fire is that we had hundreds and hundreds

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of houses that were threatened in the forest areas.

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Elsewhere in France, fires also raged near Lubron

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Another battle to stop fires spreading just ten kilometres

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from the seaside resort of St Tropez.

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This mobile phone footage gives a sense of the high winds feeding

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the fire's intensity, winds that are not expected

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

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An international arrest warrant has been issued for a man who carried

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out a chainsaw attack in Switzerland on Monday.

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Five people were injured in the attack in the town

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of Schaffhausen, one of them seriously.

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Police have identified the man and warned the public that he is highly

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dangerous. The two main rival leaders in Libya

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have reached a joint agreement to try to bring stability

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to their country. After talks brokered by the French

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President Emmanuel Macron, and leader of the so-called

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Libyan National Army in eastern Libya

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committed themselves It's the first time the two leaders

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have signed a joint agreement. At least eight people have died

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after a four-storey building collapsed in the Indian

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city of Mumbai. Emergency workers are still trying

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to find others still thought to be Local reports suggest

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part of the building was used as a nursing home,

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and was being renovated at the time. On Wednesday, one of the Pope's most

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senior advisors is due to appear in an Australian court,

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facing charges of sexual assault. Cardinal George Pell has returned

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from Rome saying he's innocent, As our Sydney correspondent

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Howell Griffith explains, the case is the latest controversy

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for the Catholic In George Pell's hometown,

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people have become used to confronting the past,

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and dealing with Ribbons mark the places

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in Ballarat where members of the Christian Brothers Order

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sexually assaulted Dozens ended their

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lives prematurely. Phil Nagle was abused

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as an eight-year-old. It took more than 20

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years for his abuser Decades on, he still feels

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the Catholic Church has not acknowledged

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the suffering of victims. They don't make any admissions,

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they make it as hard You know, when you go

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to court, they're putting They're backing the guys,

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the perpetrators, they don't Cardinal Pell was brought up

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in Ballarat and became As an Archbishop, it

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became his responsibility to deal with the allegations of abuse

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against Ballarat's bretheren. Now, he is the one accused of sexual

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assault, allegations As they wait for the legal process

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to unfold, there is a feeling here in Ballarat that

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people need answers. The details of the charges

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against Cardinal Pell won't be made public

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until his first court hearing. A moment which is likely to put

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the spotlight back on this town. Those who work with abuse survivors

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say every headline has an impact. Coverage over the last few years

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has already caused more It was really difficult,

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because it was exhausting. It would be in the local papers,

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it would be on the local Across Australia, nearly 2,000

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figures from the Catholic Church A four-year Royal Commission enquiry

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has helped to break the silence. It has also made the head

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of Ballarat's Catholic College speak out, giving a formal apology

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to the victims and striking the names of convicted

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abusers from its walls. There's no question that,

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as a Church, we've got an enormous amount of work to do to build trust

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with victims and survivors in the wider community,

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but also within the Catholic And the only way to do

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that is to come to the table to say that we acknowledge this openly,

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we are so very sorry. That can only happen when people

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here feel they have found the truth. They hope that is what

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the courts can deliver. Now, it's long been said that money

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can't buy you happiness, but now scientists in Canada have

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put the saying to the test. They questioned 6,000 people

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and discovered that it can, but only if you use the cash

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to free up time. They found that spending money

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on chores like cleaning, cooking or gardening is more likely

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to make you feel happy than spending Jon Kay has been sorting

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through the findings. Plenty of smiles in

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Plymouth this afternoon. Psychologists have been all over

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the world, asking thousands of people from all kinds

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of backgrounds one simple question. If I was to give you ?30,

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what would you spend it on? Hotdogs, ice cream

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and a bottle of wine. Whether she spends it

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on a meal out or a yacht, the study found that it is not

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material things that make us She said she would sacrifice pretty

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much any other luxury to pay for a cleaner to come once

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a week week. She does extra shifts so Rachel can

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blitz the house from top to bottom. Even though it is often a stretch,

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she says the extra time it buys her with her family is far more

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than any holiday or handbag. I make do with what I've got and any

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spare money goes on Rachel. You wouldn't rather

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have a handbag or a meal out? Back in the 90s, Mike,

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on the riight, won millions of pounds on the lottery

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and could afford almost Two decades later, he is back

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selling antiques in Plymouth and he says he is much happier doing

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things for himself Some people are used to having

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things done for them. So they've got the

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money, it's easier. But I have had things done

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for me over the last 20 years, different things,

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gardening and whatever. But a lot of the time

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I prefer to do it myself. Critics say paying others

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is all well and good, if you are comfortably off

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in the first place. But the researchers behind the study

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say investing in time, rather than possessions,

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makes us all happier, whatever our And for more on the best tips

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to finding happiness, I'm joined now by an expert

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in the field - Caroline Adams Miller, author of Getting Grit

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and Creating Your Best Life. Does the finding of this study

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surprise you, that spending money on a cleaner rather than a handbag and

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make you happier? No. We have known in the field of us that psychology

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for ten years or longer that money does not buy happiness. Investing in

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things does not make people happy. Experiences make people happier. The

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interesting thing behind this study is it is a perception of time. That

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is what really matters. What we think about the time we have

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available? What if you are actually buying cleaning, gardening and other

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things but not spending the time it gets you on anything meaningful.

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That is where my concern would be. But you can fill it with anything.

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Is it meaningful, however? Is this particularly applicable to women, so

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often the head of the household and do so many chores and maybe don't

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feel that they can pay someone else because they see it is their

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responsibility? Should they go for that? The answer is yes. With women,

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we see this worldwide phenomenon on the women dying at middle age

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through despair. Sometimes this is because they do not feel purposeful.

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If you have time, what are you going to do with it? What are you waking

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up and what you plan to do that is meaningful to you? If you free up

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time and you're not ready to answer that question, and you don't have

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goals, particularly hard goals in place, you can just take that time

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and threat of it away. When you have multitasking going on, you can

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perceive that you don't have time and so simply been distracted crates

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this innings 80. -- anxiety. What should we do with our goals? If I am

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looking back on my life, I would ask, what have I done? If I don't

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have a plan now... Women in particular, there we have this could

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have, should have, would have phenomenon. If you don't go after

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things now, the risks you take no other things you do not regret. The

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ones you don't take other ones that make you less toxic. You have to

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have this quality of great. Hard goals rings is the greatest joy and

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the other most important to us. You have to have that you will not be a

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finisher. With our current culture of instant ratification fuelled by

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social media, that works against a long-term great culture? We cannot

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pay attention to things now. Technology takes us off task. We as

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human beings cannot even focus as long as a goldfish any more. Human

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beings can focus for seven seconds and goldfish for eight seconds. So

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we do have an instant gratification culture. I have written a lot about

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this because we have to learn patience and self-regulation but we

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have to have our goals ready for ourselves. Wonderful advice. Thank

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you so much for joining us. Great advice. You can get in touch with me

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and some of the team on Twitter. Thank you for watching, and we hope

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to see you back here tomorrow. In the meantime, think about your

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long-term goals and how you can be happier.

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