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This is BBC World News Today. I'm Ros Atkins.

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Fire at a chemical plant in Houston, as floodwaters wreak more havoc.

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Hundreds are moved amid confusion over the threat.

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I know they got all kinds of chemicals and I don't know what's

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in the water coming down into my house.

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I got water in the house right now, so it's going to be pretty nasty.

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Thousands of villages in India, Nepal and Bangladesh are cut off

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President Macron reveals his controversial plans for reforming

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France's labour laws, but he will face tough opposition.

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It's more than a game - it's a multi billion dollar business.

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The high stakes gambling that is football's transfer deadline day.

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Hello and welcome to World News Today.

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People living near a chemical plant in Texas have been told to flee,

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Yet more damage caused by Tropical Storm Harvey.

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At least 33 people have been killed across the state and the crisis

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Fumes coming from the chemical plant have been described

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Two explosions have been reported at the Arkema structure

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in Crosby near Houston, after it lost power,

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meaning it could no longer refrigerate its volatile chemicals.

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It is an unsettling sight, a fire smouldering in the water.

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This plant makes organic peroxides which must be kept cool,

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but when the hurricane hit, the power failed and now

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They planned for this, but not well enough.

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Police have a simple message - get out, now.

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Already 15 officers have been to hospital for checks amid fears

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Max Del la Rosa's car was trapped by the floods

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inside the danger zone, but he was told he had to walk out.

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I guess something went on because then I just heard the alarms.

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I was like, "oh, man, it's so serious now."

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Then my mum was trying to get me, my dad was trying to get me,

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I know they've got all kind of chemicals and I just don't know

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which ones is in the water and coming down into my house,

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it means I've got water in the house right now.

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As specialist teams rolls in, the messages coming out

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Reports of explosions are now being denied.

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Federal officials say the smoke is incredibly dangerous,

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This isn't a chemical release, what we have is a fire,

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and when you have a fire where hydrocarbons,

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these chemicals burning, sometimes you have incomplete

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And any smoke is going to be an irritant to your eyes or your

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The company which operates this plant says there's only one thing

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to do now and that is to let this fire burn itself out.

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In the meantime, people are being are being warned to stay back

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In Houston, with the floods receding, Frank Rogers is heading

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When he escaped, the water in here was up to his chest,

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and this scene is being repeated today in thousands

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Upset, all the work we've got to do to get back up.

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It's going to be a long, trying time.

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And still this storm is not stopping.

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The rain and the rescues are continuing to the east,

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on the border between Texas and Louisiana.

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And she wants to know, everyone wants to know,

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James Cook, BBC News, Crosby, in Texas.

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The BBC's Laura Trevelyan joins us now

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I guess the question everyone is wondering is is the water started to

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go down? It isn't here. In fact, here they have been told that there

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are yet more mandatory evacuations at Fort Bend County and people here

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are told that the river that has burst its banks is going to crest

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tomorrow, on Friday, at 56 feet, is that means these homes here which

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are already flooded, the water levels are going to rise even

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further and that is a source of tremendous anxiety for people here

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because it is most a week after hurricane hardly made landfall.

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Tubby but had hoped that they were out of the woods, but now they are

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realising that because of the tremendous amount of rainfall that

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happened when the hurricane turned into a tropical storm and just hung

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around over the Houston area for days, that has made the levels rise

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in the rivers and now you're getting the run of coming into the rivers

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and this extraordinary unprecedented level of flooding is happening and

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so there is going to be record flooding here in Richmond, Texas,

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and people are braced for what they will find when they can finally get

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into their homes. I was going to ask you about when they can access their

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homes. Have people been given any sort of idea of the kind of weight

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they are looking at? Just talking to one man here who has lived for 25

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years in this area and he was telling me that it could be the

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middle of next week before they are able to get into their homes, so it

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is really an incredibly difficult situation but what is happening here

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is just a snapshot of what is happening across the Gulf Coast of

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Texas in the wake of the hurricane, that people are experiencing record

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levels of flooding, loss, displacement, and weeks, months,

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maybe even years before they can even fully recover. And the people

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who have had to leave their homes, Howell nearby are they? Have they

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had to travel far to get some work to lay their head? Well, it is

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strange, because just across the street from me, up the hill, there

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isn't any flooding. So it all depends where you are. Some people

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are staying with friends, with neighbours, nearby. Other people

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have gone in local hotels. Other people have gone even further

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afield. Of course, people are trying to stay close at hand because they

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are worried about their properties and looting and thieves. They have

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been reports of lots of looting happening in Houston, which has

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really alarmed people, so everybody wants

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to stay close at hand and get their belongings and possessions just as

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soon as they can, which in the case of Richmond, Texas, is not going to

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be for a while because we are still expecting the peak flooding

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tomorrow. Thank you very much, Laura.

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Aid agencies are struggling to get help to people

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affected by devastating floods across South Asia.

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More than 41 million people are believed to be affected.

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In India, the worst-hit area is the eastern state of Bihar,

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where there are reports that the death toll has

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Nearly 300 people are understood to have lost

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their lives in neighbouring Bangladesh and Nepal.

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Aid agencies are calling the floods one of the worst

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regional humanitarian crises in years.

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Weeks after the worst flooding in decades,

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a third of Bangladesh is still under water.

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Many villages in the northern part of the country still cut off.

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Aid agencies are desperately trying to reach those affected.

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It's a similar situation across large parts of South Asia.

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The eastern Indian state of Bihar has been hit the hardest.

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Heavy rain and overflowing rivers have left large areas under water.

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More than 500 people have been killed here in the past few weeks.

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Tens of thousands of people have lost their homes,

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There's a lot of people still out of their homes.

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People are surviving and getting on with things as they can.

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And India's financial capital Mumbai, a city

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of more than 20 million, was brought to a standstill

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after torrential rain hit the city on Wednesday.

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Transport services ground to a halt, forcing many to simply wade home.

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We're in the middle of the annual monsoon season and it's been raining

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intensely across India, but also neighbouring

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Nepal and Bangladesh for the past several weeks.

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It's caused the worst flooding in decades and it's led

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to a massive humanitarian crisis across the entire region.

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South Asia is not unused to floods, especially at this time of the year,

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but the scale of the disaster this time round has meant

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that the authorities have struggled to cope.

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At least 22 people have died after a building collapse in Mumbai. This is

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the third building collapse in the city in less than a month. This

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particular building is thought to be 100 years old and is residential.

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About 40 people were inside when it fell.

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Let's take a look at some of the other

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The United States has ordered Russia to close its San Francisco consulate

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and two other annexes by the weekend.

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It is in retaliation for Moscow's expulsion of 755

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US diplomatic staff, which takes effect tomorrow.

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After 11 days of fierce fighting, Iraq's Prime Minister has declared

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that the northern city Tal Afar and surrounding areas have been

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"fully liberated" from the so-called Islamic State group.

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The full recapture of Nineveh province comes weeks

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after Coalition-backed Iraqi forces ousted the jihadists

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from the provincial capital, Mosul.

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Bangladesh coastguards have found the bodies of 20 people,

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mostly children, who drowned fleeing Myanmar.

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Thousands have left Rakhine state, following escalating

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violence in the country, after Rohingya rebels attacked

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30 police stations last Friday, which triggered a military response.

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So, how much progress is being made in talks over Britain's

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departure from the EU? Well, it depends who you believe.

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Europe's chief negotiator Michel Barnier says there has been

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no decisive movement and highlights problems of trust.

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His British counterpart David Davis, though, claims some things

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Here is our Europe Editor, Katya Adler.

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Trust building between the two sides.

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That's what the EU says this first phase of Brexit negotiations

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So, by today, the end of round three of the first talks, how

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It's clear that the UK does not feel legally obliged

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to honour its obligations after departure.

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How can we build trust and start discussing a future

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For his part, David Davis said the UK couldn't blindly

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trust a divorce bill presented by the EU.

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The commission has set out its position and we have a duty to

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our taxpayers to interrogate it rigorously.

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Behind the smart suits, the stiff smiles, it was clear that

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both sides were talking at cross purposes today about what Brexit

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subject to tackle in what order, and whether and much progress is

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David Davis picked it deliberately painted a

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It's only through flexibility and imagination

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that we will achieve a

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deal that truly works for both sides.

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Michel Barnier insisted the UK had to be more clear, and realistic

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He said the EU couldn't be flexible if the UK didn't show its

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TRANSLATION: I'm not frustrated but I am impatient.

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We know that Brexit will have a big impact on our lives, but

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how huge will depend on the nature of a transition deal and a future

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permanent trade deal between the EU and UK.

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We are nowhere near that yet, and all this deal-making could

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still fall apart, but there is no need to panic just yet.

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The EU refuses to talk about the EU- UK

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future until various substantive progress on the divorce deal.

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Both sides agree reassuring EU citizens

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in the UK and UK citizens in the EU is a top priority, but they still

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disagree over whether the European Court of Justice should have a role

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in guaranteeing the rights of individuals.

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On Ireland, progress has made, especially around

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protecting the Northern and Republic of Ireland Common Travel Area, but

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the so-called divorce bill is the biggest

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The EU wants the UK to pay up to 100 billion euros

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in what it sees as financial

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The UK says it will pay something, but it refuses to

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These Brexit talks have largely been technical, political

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pressure to push for progress is unlikely

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EU until after the Conservative Party conference or the formation of

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a new German government after elections next month.

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Meanwhile, as the EU likes to repeat, the clock to

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the end of the UK's EU membership is ticking.

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It is the issue that may come to define his presidency.

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Can Emanuel Macron push through reform of France's Labour laws?

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Some economists say changes are needed to make

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the country more dynamic, though the unions are sceptical.

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Among the proposed changes unveiled on Thursday,

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a cap on the amount of money workers can be awarded

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more flexibility for small companies to directly negotiate employment

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terms with their workers, making it easier for companies

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to fire their staff, with the sweetener of raising

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and streamlining worker representation into a

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Joining us live from Paris is Nicholas Vinocur, who is covering

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They differ joining us. The politics of this looked easier a couple of

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months ago for Emanuel Macron? He was more popular. He was coming off

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his incredible election and the country still seem to be very much

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enamoured of him. Sadly, that is very much in the rear-view mirror

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now. He is approaching this reform as unpopular as Donald Trump in the

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United States. Now, you say this is a problem, but doesn't he have the

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support in parliament and via the powers that come with the presidency

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to get this through regardless of what public opinion is saying? He

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certainly does. He has an absolute majority over the lower house of

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parliament, and that's what counts to get legislation through. This

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bill is going to be an executive decree, so he doesn't need even any

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support in parliament. The issue is going to be the street and how the

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country be axed to these reforms. And that is important for the

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president, because they could be an enormous backlash. And people often

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focus on September in France because it is a time when we see lots of

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protests, but I was interested but a couple of unions had worried the

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said that they would not take part in planned protests. That is right.

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The negotiators have been very shrewd in playing a game of divide

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and conquer with the unions. They held secret negotiations, they

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compartmentalised talks with the different unions, and gave out

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sweeteners to the different groups to get them to play ball, and the

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one union that has promised to go out and protest is the hardline CGT,

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but it is not even getting its kid brother to go out and protest

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alongside it, so the protests, well they should be impressive, are

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looking fairly scattered for the time being. Just quickly, before I

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let you go, some viewers may become peers that someone who was so

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popular has lost popularity so quickly. What has he done wrong?

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There have been some miss steps. There have been some communication

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problems with the president that he has tried to correct this time. And

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there has also been the dawning realisation that all of these

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reforms might actually affect regular French people and might

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actually affect me and my neighbour, and I think that has soured opinions

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on the president very quickly indeed. Thank you very much for

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joining us and you can see the analysis on political Europe.

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The South African President's son, Duduzane Zuma,

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has denied being involved in any wrongdoing, despite persistent

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allegations of corruption involving his family

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The Guptas have been accused of wielding undue influence over

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President Jacob Zuma, to advance their business interests.

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Our correspondent Milton Nkosi travelled to Dubai, to meet Duduzane

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This is Duduzane Zuma, the son of President Jacob Zuma.

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He has been facing allegations of corruption involving dodgy

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Government contracts, while working with his

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business partners, the

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The finger-pointing was not just limited

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There have been repeated calls by the members

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of the public for President Zuma to step down.

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Precisely because of his relationship with the controversial

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But after a long period of silence, in this rare BBC

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interview, Duduzane Zuma has denied these allegations too.

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I have not involved myself in any corrupt

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I asked whether he and his business partners offered a bribe to a former

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deputy finance minister back in October 2015, as the minister had

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Mr Jonas was not offered a bribe by the something.

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There was no such thing that took part.

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He has also refuted claims that he and

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his father own residential properties in Dubai, as has been

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Does your father own a house, an apartment here?

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In Dubai, he does not own any property

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Are you concerned that you may be in the end locked up

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following all of these allegations, going to prison for corruption?

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It's the first time that it crossed my mind.

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I don't know if you saw it cross my mind, but it's gone.

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It's just crossed now, since you mentioned

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I actually saw it crossing and it's gone.

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The South African President's son, Duduzane Zuma, on corruption

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Whether you have been crying tears of joy or despair

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about your team since the start of the football season,

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the fees paid in this transfer period have been

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More than $4.8 billion has been spent in Europe's top five leagues.

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It has been a summer spending spree like no other.

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Big names with even bigger price tags.

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From Manchester to Chelsea, from Arsenal to Everton,

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across the Premier League clubs have been splashing the cash

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Among the early movers, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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swapping his Arsenal shirt for a Liverpool one

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It has been a window of such mind-boggling numbers,

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but fans of the summer's biggest spenders say it's worth it.

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That's why we pay the money, basically.

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We want to see success, we want to win trophies.

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Don't get me wrong, some of the fees are ridiculous but apart

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Five summers ago, Premier League clubs spent just under half

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Last summer the figure had more than doubled, but that record has

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By this morning, clubs had spent more than 1.2 billion,

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and by tonight's deadline it will be far more.

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Well, a 50% increase in TV money, which brought last year's title

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winners Chelsea some ?150 million, and some say the club's buying power

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I think we have talked for the last 20 years

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about the bubble potentially bursting, and it hasn't burst yet.

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What will happen to football rights if an Amazon,

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a Netflix or a Google wish to acquire the rights?

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You can't really predict that at the moment, but you would expect

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that the value will go up even further.

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The summer's most jaw-dropping transfer was in France -

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Neymar's ?200 million move to Paris Saint-Germain,

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but collectively it's the Premier League that

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leads the pricing or, as some see it, the overpricing.

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If ever there's a time to be a professional footballer, it's now.

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Average pay is over 35 million, my goodness.

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And tonight there could be more hefty numbers.

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Manchester City offering 60 million for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez.

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A cricket match has been abandoned after a crossbow arrow was fired

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The discovery prompted play to be suspended and sparked a security

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alert, which led to the match eventually being declared a draw

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Police say there is not evidence of terrorism and they are keeping an

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open mind about the motive. It is 20 years to

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the day since Diana, the Princess of Wales,

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died in a car crash in Paris. The event, which also took

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the lives of Diana's friend Dodi Fayed and her driver,

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Henri Paul, will be marked privately Members of the public have been

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gathering at Kensington Palace to mark the anniversary

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of her death. Our Royal correspondent

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Nicholas Witchell reports. The news had come in the early

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hours of the morning. Diana, Princess of Wales had been

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involved in a serious As the world waited for news,

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the then British ambassador to France, Lord Michael Jay,

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was at the hospital with France's Interior Minister,

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Jean-Pierre Chevenement. As time moved on, it became clear

:24:03.:24:05.

it was more serious than we thought, and then Chevenement was taken out

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by one of the nurses and he came He came up to me and said,

:24:12.:24:14.

"I'm afraid she's dead." Later in the day, the Prince

:24:15.:24:22.

of Wales arrived at the hospital to bring Diana's body

:24:23.:24:25.

back to Britain. It had been Charles who'd had

:24:26.:24:27.

to break the news to William and Harry that their mother

:24:28.:24:30.

had been killed. 20 years on, Lord Jay

:24:31.:24:33.

recalls the conversations He was clearly deeply moved

:24:34.:24:35.

by what had happened and talked a little bit about what it had been

:24:36.:24:40.

like in Balmoral that morning. He said how Prince William

:24:41.:24:46.

had wanted to go to church that morning -

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which was not, he said, something Prince William always

:24:50.:24:52.

wanted to do on a Sunday morning - But throughout that day,

:24:53.:24:55.

that morning, he had wanted to do what he thought was in the best

:24:56.:25:02.

interests of two children who had It was a week when many people

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struggled, not least, says Lord Jay, The nation wanted to share

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their grief, it seems to me, with someone, and the person

:25:12.:25:18.

they wanted to share their grief Lessons were learned at the palaces,

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but most importantly it's Diana's sons, now in adulthood,

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who appear to embody the style of monarchy people

:25:28.:25:29.

want for the future. Yesterday they looked

:25:30.:25:33.

at the tributes to their mother which had been placed outside

:25:34.:25:35.

Kensington Palace. 20 years on, Diana's

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impact is still very real. Don't forget, you can get

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in touch with me and some Hello.

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If you got caught in a heavy

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