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Our top stories: An all-time and very dangerous low -

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President Trump's Twitter verdict on US-Russian relations,

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blaming Congress for new sanctions against Moscow.

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Caught in a heatwave - from Romania to Spain and Portugal,

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temperatures in Europe reach dangerous highs.

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What we are seeing are at those temperatures around 10-15dC above

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average, some very high and causing problems.

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of the world's most expensive footballer Neymar appears to be over

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- after Barcelona say they've received his quarter of a billion

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And a major oil reserve lies beneath this Arctic ice,

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but do the benefits of drilling outweigh the costs?

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In one Alaska whaling community, some are fearful

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Just imagine if there were to be a big spill on the ocean. None of this

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would be happening right now. Hello and welcome

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to World News Today. Donald Trump has signed

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the bill authorising new US sanctions against Russia,

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but he's clearly not happy about it. Hardly surprising -

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what president would want Congress It's described the new sanctions

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as tantamount to declaring a "full-scale trade war" and show

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the complete impotence The sanctions are retaliation

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for Russia's alleged meddling in last year's election

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and its actions in Ukraine. Laura Bicker is following

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developments from Washington. Laura, Donald Trump putting all of

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the blame on Congress. How reluctant was he to back the sanctions? He was

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very much boxed into a corner. Remember, right at the beginning of

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his administration, he wanted a new relationship with Vladimir Putin, a

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preset with Russia. He said he thought he would get along very well

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with Vladimir Putin, and here we are just six months later and already

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relations seem to be, in his words, at an all time low, but when it

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comes to Donald Trump and his view of Russia and the view of those

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politicians on Russia, they are very different. Republicans and Democrats

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have long viewed Russia as a full, not a friend. And when they heard

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evidence from the evidence committee that they alleged that Russia

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meddled in the US election, they proposed this kind of bill, the

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sanctions to just say to Russia no more. Once they drop that bill, it

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had to land on the desk of the president. He had to sign it because

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it was overwhelmingly supported, which meant that if he vetoed it, it

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would have been overridden by Congress, sunny was backed into a

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corner and they have also put constraints on him within this bill.

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It means he can't lift or waive sanctions against Russia. You have

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heard some of the comments there from the Russian Prime Minister, who

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has said that this makes Donald Trump impotent. Well, when it comes

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to it, that is not going to go down well in the White House. Donald

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Trump feels that Congress is stepping on his toes is impeding his

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presidency, and that is something that he is not going to take

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lightly. And by saying what he said on Twitter, like distancing himself

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from the decision, how much does it send a signal to Russia sailing, "I

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wanted to improve relations with you, but my hands are tied." Well,

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he may be trying to do that inadvertently in his tweet and

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really aid to Russia, "Hang on a second, I am not Congress." But at

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the same time, I think mostly his message is to his base and it is to

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say that he is still an outsider. Remember, this is a president who

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ran on a ticket to the White House of being a political outsider. He

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has not really got many Republican establishment figures around him any

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more atoll, which means you can separate from party politics. It

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means that when things like this do not go his way and when he made

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reference to the health care boat, which also did not go his way, it

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means you can blame politicians. He can say, "It is all their fault, not

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mine." Another story that is dominating the American airwaves and

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beyond is leaked conversations between Donald Trump and other

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leaders, in particular Mexico. This has come out from the Washington

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Post. It is a series of transcripts that they published from Donald

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Trump's January cold, pressed or the Mexican president, but he seems to

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say to him that he should not or would prefer that he did not say

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publicly that he would not pay for the wall. "You Cannot say that to

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the press," is one of the quotes. He also seems to imply that funding

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will be found from other sources and that they will find it somehow, and

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when it comes to the relationship between him and the Australian Prime

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Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, that transcript is very interesting.

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There is increasingly heated debate over whether or not the US should

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accept refugees from Australian detention centres. Donald Trump

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didn't want to do this, he says, "You are killing me here." And then

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the conversation heats up even more and he says, "He hated those

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people,"" and he guaranteed they were bad," and he then goes on to

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say, "This is the worst conversation I have had all day but the

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conversation I had with Vladimir Putin was rather pleasant."

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Venezuela's opposition has postponed a protest

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against a powerful new assembly backed by President Maduro until it

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The opposition believes the powerful pro-government assembly

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The country's attorney general has opened an investigation into last

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Sunday's election following claims that the government inflated

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The BBC's Katy Watson has been telling us more.

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Well, she's a big critic of Mr Maduro.

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Now, she has said that she will employ some prosecutors to look

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into four of the directors at the electoral council.

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One of the directors has been quite critical of the constituent

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I was at a press conference just a few days ago where one

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of the politicians talked about her as Louisa

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'what's-her-name.' She's certainly not liked.

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So this, of course, just heaps more pressure on President Maduro,

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In the speech he gave last night, he talked about the fact that

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despite the allegations of vote tampering, 10 million Venezuelans

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tried to come out to vote and only 8 million could because 2 million

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were stopped by fire, by barricades, so he's very resolute on that.

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He's saying this vote happened and it happened fairly.

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FC Barcelona has confirmed in the last hour that

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representatives for Neymar have paid the $263 million release

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The Brazillian is now expected to sign with Paris St-Germain

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Richard Conway is at Paris Saint Germain's

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Where are we at with all of this? Well, this deal is now on the verge

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of being confirmed. The necessary steps to clear Neymar from his

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contract with Barcelona, as you have discussed, has now been done, but it

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was a convoluted process and there were a few hiccups along the way.

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Lawyers for Neymar went to the offices of Paris St Germain, that is

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the Spanish league, this morning in Madrid. They try to pay them, as is

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the normal route in such circumstances it is the

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responsibility of the player in Spain to play -- paid the fee. They

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said that they believed this was financial doping, as it was put.

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They are not happy with what they see as a potential breach of

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European football finance regulations. So the club has had to

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go a different route to make the deal happen. Instead, what we got

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was Neymar's lawyer is going to Barcelona directly and paying them

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the $263 million into their office today. That's now according to the

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club has released Neymar from his contract and he is now free to come

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here to Paris St Germain, where he will sign as a player. There could

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be an announcement tonight, certainly something tomorrow. There

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are definitely things afoot around the stadium. They are planning

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perhaps for an event, so it is not known now if we will see Neymar and

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when confirmed as a Paris St Germain player. How much people is it for

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Barcelona to lose a player like Neymar? If there a certain amount of

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hurt pride going on here? Yes, I think there is the degree of hurt

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pride about it, but I think more than that, they have been caught

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napping. When the established his contract, they put this release

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clause in there, perhaps thinking that no one would ever pay such a

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sum of money. Well, their bluff has been called and Paris St Germain

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backed by Qatar's sovereign wealth fund have come up with the cash, so

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there will certainly be some political ramifications for their

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board of directors. Of course, they are, Barcelona, owned by their fans.

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Their president is elected, sweating there will be some political

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limitations of losing such a star player who is in his prime. He

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perhaps wants to step aside and leave out of the shadow of players

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like Lionel Messi, who are there. So they will have to try to reinvest

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some of the money they will get back from this deal, that $260 million,

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so I think it will be something of a cascade effect within the transfer

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market, there are some weeks left in this transfer window, and I think we

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might see some more big-money deals being processed before this window

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closes. We will keep watching. Richard Conway, thank you very much.

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

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Millions of people living in South Asia face a deadly threat

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from heat and humidity driven by global warming,

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The study in the journal Science Advances warns that most

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of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will experience temperatures close

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to the limits of survivability by 2100, without emissions

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Two men have been charged with terror offences in Sydney,

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after being arrested on suspicion of plotting to bring down a plane.

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A third man detained in a series of raids

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across the city at the weekend, is still being questioned.

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A fourth man has been released without charge.

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China says there will be serious consequences if India does not

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withdraw its troops from a Himalayan region claimed by Beijing.

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China says Indian forces are of trespassing in the Doklam area

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which borders China, India and Bhutan.

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India says the troops were sent in in June to stop the Chinese

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Health warnings are in place across Europe as temperatures reach

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A record-breaking heatwave is currently affecting

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swathes of the continent, from Romania to Spain and Portugal.

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In southern Italy, temperatures have been as high as 45 Celsius,

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and it could get even hotter this weekend.

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With me is Phil Avery from the BBC Weather Centre.

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How bad is it? We are not quite in unknown territory. I should say

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that, although we are going to focus on Europe, I am also keeping a close

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eye on some other situations across the world. There is a typhoon in the

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north-eastern corner of Asia at the moment which will be all over Japan

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within the next couple of days or so, some of those wins with an

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excess of 200 mph. And we have the storms and the rainfall coming from

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that. We will move on to talk about heat, but I must acknowledge that we

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have been with many times over the next few weeks -- over the past few

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weeks talking about the heatwaves. Real concerns and also extensive

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wildfire action across the world, so we have not forgotten about the rest

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of the world by any means at all, but as you say, the situation in

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Europe as the battle quite some time now. Just a few weeks ago, we were

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talking about extensive wildfires across parts of Portugal ended to

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Spain, and now recently we have seen this explosion of heat across the

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southern parts, and as you said, quite extensively all the way from

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the central and southern parts of Europe, Italy very widely indeed,

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all the way through south-eastern Europe and into eastern parts of

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Europe too. Temperatures which should be at this time of year

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around the 30 Celsius mark, 28 Celsius or so, are widely in excess

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of 40 Celsius. This is not record-breaking nationally, because

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for example the record for Italy is 48.5 Celsius. Athens had 45 Celsius

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back in 1997, so I think we have not got there yet but some local records

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will be broken. Giving out any indication of how things will go for

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the rest of August? As ever, you are pushing me a long way into the

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future there. As a forecaster, I like to do about the next week or so

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to give people some certainty about that and the news that I have you is

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that book for example a single which has been up at around 40 Celsius or

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Tuesday of next week coming back down to around 36 Celsius, but the

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red on this particular chart shows you the extent of the searing heat,

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all the way from central and southern parts of Spain, certainly

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through Italy, across the Adriatic and widely across eastern parts of

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Europe. And you would hope that that weather front that I am showing just

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north of the Alps might come down and offer some relief, and I have

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alluded to the fact that northern parts of Italy may be part of

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Switzerland to good seems -- to see some reduction, but adds that

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weather front comes in from the Atlantic, that boundary becomes very

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explosive and we could be back here on Sunday or even into the start of

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next week suggesting that frontal system produced a lot of

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thunderstorm activity widely just to the north of the real heatwaves area

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and that could be producing 100 millimetres of rain just like that,

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so that could be very gusty winds, torrential downpours, flash

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flooding, but all the while, southern parts of Italy and the

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south-eastern corner of Europe stays at around 40 Celsius, 10-15dC above

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normal. Auntie for updating us. -- thank you for updating us.

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The head of the Libyan National Army has vowed to repel any Italian

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ships approaching Libya's waters without permission.

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This follows a decision by the Italian parliament to send

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naval boats to Libya to stop migrants

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The Italian authorities are also clamping down on international

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charities which have been helping to rescue those trying to make

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At the start of the migrant crisis, the Italian Navy used to play a key

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But now its mission is to enter Libyan territorial waters to

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help the Libyan coast guard spot migrant

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boats as they set sail, and

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The abrupt change of mission was given

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the go-ahead by the Italian parliament.

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Most politicians clearly wanting an end to the crisis.

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The goal of the Italian government is to

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stem the flow, bring it close to zero and basically tweak the Turkey

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deal and adapt it to the situation in Libya

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is to bring a flow which is in the hundreds

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of thousands, to close to

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Almost 100,000 migrants have reached Italy so far this year.

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Other EU countries were supposed to have taken many of them.

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So large numbers are applying for asylum here, putting

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the government under pressure with elections looming next year.

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Now the Italian Navy's sophisticated radar

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will enable the Libyan coast guard to stop many migrant boats before

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they leave Libyan territorial waters.

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That is sparking alarm amongst human rights organisations.

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There is automatic detention of irregular

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migrants in centres where people are systematically abused, and it is

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completely unclear how the Italian government think that these people

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would be protected after disembarking Libya with the key

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assistance of the Italian government.

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Italy is also imposing restrictions on boats used by

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It's feared fewer ships will now be in

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the key areas, and already this year more than 2000 migrants have

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The rift within the World wide Anglican communion over the support

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of some churches for same sex marriage seems to be widening.

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One of the leading conservative figures in the church

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and Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali has said

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he won't attend the next gathering of its leaders in England

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because of some churches' stance on gay marriage.

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The BBC's religious affairs editor Martin Bashir sent this report.

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archbishops are on a mission, heading north towards refugee camps

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The welcome they receive is rapturous.

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There are nearly a million South Sudanese

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living in camps like this, after fleeing

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a brutal civil war, with

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many families rushing to the border carrying only their children.

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God loves especially the refugee, the

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And that means he loves you specially.

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While the archbishops are of one mind, in their support for these

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refugees, there is another issue about which they are deeply divided.

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And it concerns not one country in one continent,

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but the entire unity of the Anglican Communion.

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That numbers almost 80 million Christians in 165 Nations.

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Your Grace, shouldn't you be in the middle?

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Stanley Ntagali, a conservative evangelical, walked out

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of a global gathering of archbishops last year after the American

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Episcopal Church voted to endorse same-sex marriage.

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He says the Bible teaches that marriage is between a

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man and a woman, and that the growing Ugandan church will not

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remain in fellowship with those who support same-sex unions.

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The next meeting of Anglican leaders is in

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You've been invited to the primates meeting in October.

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No, I have made it clear I am not attending because of

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the position the Church of Uganda holds.

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And that is that homosexuality is wrong?

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I thought you wanted to ask me about the

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refugees, but now you're concentrating on that subject.

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Stanley Ntagali says he remains committed to

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the Anglican Communion and will not be pulling the Ugandan church out.

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Although we have differences of agreement, of opinion, over issues

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around human sexuality, when we were dealing with refugees,

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Archbishop Justin Welby concluded his visit by

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praying for peace and reconciliation in South Sudan.

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A prayer that he probably repeated privately for the

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The Inupiat of the high Arctic call the ocean their "garden"

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and they view its greatest harvest as the Bowhead whale.

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They believe the whales give themselves so that hunters can

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But what will happen if the Trump administration allows more oil

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Our environment correspondent Claire Marshall travelled more than 300

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miles north of the Arctic Circle, and sent this report.

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The climate is changing, and the ice that covers

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Here, the conflict between the natural world and the business

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This town is the furthest north in the United States,

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so remote it is cut off by a road from the rest of the country.

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The Inupiat call the ocean their garden.

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And this is where they store their harvest of whale meat.

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And that skin you put on top of the heart.

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This is an ice seller dug out of the permafrost,

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It helps to sustain them during the long, Arctic winter.

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As your mouth starts to warm it up, it softens up like chocolate.

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It's a richness you can't get from anything else.

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Just kind of let it dissolve a little bit in your mouth,

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I don't mind the meat of it, but I'm not mad on that.

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We use white because Wales can see colour.

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She takes us to a feast on the beach.

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The Inupiat have hunted the bowhead whale in their sealskin boats

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Now, Donald Trump intends to reverse the ban on drilling

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And many are afraid they will lose their way of life.

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I honestly want to be at the shore and tell them, "No, you can't."

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I mean, just imagine if there were to be a big spill in the ocean.

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None of this would be happening right now.

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But, like the rest of Alaska, this town is almost

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Taxes on the industry in other parts of the country pay

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for the infrastructure, and every Alaskan gets

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We'll just start slicing all of the mukduk off this layer.

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Fred believes that oil is the only way they can carry on hunting.

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It costs money to go whaling, so there is an opportunity

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to coexist together and an opportunity for not only

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industry to thrive, but then also the local traditional hunters.

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We are closer to the North Pole here than we are to Washington, DC,

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but the White House has its eyes firmly fixed on this region.

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It's an unstable world, and what lies beneath his eyes

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could be crucial to the energy security of the United States.

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But drilling here would be very risky, just as it's risky to hunt.

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Armed in case of polar bears, some other hunters take us up

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The Arctic is warming twice as fast as anywhere else on the planet.

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Most scientists agree that oil and fossil fuel is helping

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Maybe we should start looking ahead for something that's more renewable.

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Maybe wind in the winter and solar in the summer,

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Traditional Inupiat dancers tell the stories

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Donald Trump and his decisions may well be woven

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Finally, the British film and television actor Robert Hardy has

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died. He was famous for his roles in Harry Potter and All Creatures Great

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and Small. His family say he had a tremendous life. Gruff, twinkly and

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celebrated eye everyone who knew him and everyone who enjoyed his work.

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

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

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Hello. Low pressure will be moving away slowly tomorrow. It will still

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bring

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